Welcome to the District of Columbia Directory of New Hires!

Federal and State law requires employers to report newly hired and re-hired employees in District of Columbia to the District of Columbia New Hire Reporting Center. Please use this site to provide you with information about reporting new hires including reporting online and other reporting options!

New hire reporting speeds up the child support income withholding order process, expedites collection of child support from parents who change jobs frequently, and quickly locates alleged non-custodial parents to help in establishing paternity and child support orders. New hire reporting helps children receive the support they deserve. New hire reporting also saves taxpayers by preventing fraud in welfare, Workers Compensation, and unemployment insurance. Employers are a key partner in ensuring financial stability for many children and families and should take pride in their role.

Definition of a Newly Hired Employee:

Effective April 21, 2012, The Trade Adjustment Assistance Extension Act of 2011, signed October 21, 2011 by President Obama, amends section 453A(a)(2) of the Social Security Act. This amendment defines a newly hired employee as an employee who (i) has not previously been employed by the employer; or (ii) was previously employed by the employer but has been separated from such prior employment for at least 60 consecutive days. As a reminder, employers are still required to report employees hired on a temporary basis.


  • New employers can register at New User Registration. You must have your FEIN and a valid email address.
  • If you have an existing account, you can start right away at User Login.
  • If you forgot your password, the system can send it to you at the email address on file. See Password Help.

Learn more about the District of Columbia Directory of New Hires, view reporting forms and filing requirements, and access other online resources at, About DC New Hire Directory.

Employers that plan to export data from existing payroll or human resource software packages should refer to our Electronic Reporting section.