Federal employees (111 - 120 of 131 items)
Changes to the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program Are Needed
104863: Jan 31, 1978
Life insurance and other death benefit programs available to Federal employees and retirees were compared with similar programs provided to both public and private non-Federal personnel. Life insurance programs were found to be superior in the non-Federal sector. In general, however, survivors benefits under the civil service retirement system are superior to benefits in the non-Federal sector fro...
Labor Management Relations Program of the Social Security Administration
FPCD-78-14: Published: Jan 26, 1978. Publicly Released: Jan 26, 1978.
The structure, consultation and negotiation processes, and grievance and complaint handling procedures of the labor relations program of the Social Security Administration (SSA) were surveyed at Central Office Headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland. SSA has taken a reasonable and viable approach to handling labor-management relations. In contrast to many federal agencies where responsibility for labo...
Federal and District of Columbia Employees Need To Be in Separate Pay and Benefit Systems
FPCD-77-71: Published: Jan 12, 1978. Publicly Released: Jan 12, 1978.
The pay and fringe benefits of Federal and District of Columbia employees are interrelated. Most District employees are covered by Federal pay and retirement systems, and some Federal law enforcement personnel participate in the District's pay and retirement systems for its police and firemen.Each Government should control the nature, level, and costs of its employees' compensation. The Federal la...
Cost-of-Living Adjustments for New Federal Retirees: More Rational and Less Costly Processes Are Needed
FPCD-78-2: Published: Nov 17, 1977. Publicly Released: Nov 17, 1977.
To protect the purchasing power of retirement income, the annuities of Federal employees under the various retirement systems are automatically adjusted each March 1 and September 1 for the increase in the consumer price index during the preceding 6-month period ending December 31 and June 30, respectively. Since, by law, cost-of-living adjustments are applicable to all annuities payable on the ef...
Senate Resolution 244, A Proposed Study of Major Federal Retirement Systems, and Three Bills Amending Title 5 of the United States Code
104069: Oct 28, 1977
Senate Resolution 244 (95th Congress) calls for a study of the major Federal retirement systems to determine the extent of the present and future unfunded liability of each system, the method of financing each system, and the actions necessary to be taken to insure the solvency of each system. The study is to be made by the Secretary of the Treasury, and a report, including recommendations for leg...
Proposed Legislation to Provide for the Reinstatement of Civil Service Survivor Annuities for Certain Widows and Widowers
FPC-77-72: Published: Oct 26, 1977. Publicly Released: Oct 26, 1977.
No summary is currently available...
Views on Proposed Senate Resolution 244, "Expressing the Sense of the Senate that the Secretary of the Treasury Conduct a Study of the Major Federal Retirement Systems"
B-190352: Published: Oct 17, 1977. Publicly Released: Oct 17, 1977.
No summary is currently available...
Special Early Retirement Policy for Federal Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters
103782: Sep 27, 1977
Federal employees whose primary duties are: (1) investigating, apprehending, or detaining persons suspected or convicted of Federal crimes; or (2) controlling and extinguishing fires or maintaining and using firefighting apparatus and equipment are entitled to special retirement benefits, including earlier retirement and a more generous annuity formula than other Federal employees. About 52,000 em...
Review of Civil Service Commission's Accounts Receivable
FGMSD-77-41: Published: Sep 15, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 15, 1977.
A review of the Civil Service Commission's (CSC) accounting system for accounts receivable from the public showed that accounting and reporting practices were, for the most part, effective and in accordance with the approved accounting system, but several shortcomings were found.Accounts receivable from the public as of September 30, 1976, were understated by $7,264,134 because a refund was miscla...
S. 666, A Bill to Provide Special Retirement Benefits for Non-Indian Employees of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service
103533: Sep 13, 1977
Under S. 666, non-Indian employees of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service would be eligible for special retirement benefits if they were not otherwise entitled to full benefits under regular retirement provisions. The special benefits would amount to 50 percent of high 3 years of annual pay after 20 years of service, 60 percent after 25 years, and 70 percent after 30 years,...