Civil service retirement system (21 - 26 of 26 items)
Proposed Revisions to the Civil Service Retirement System
112099: Apr 16, 1980
Several bills are being considered which would make certain changes to the civil service retirement system. Concerns have been raised that benefits may be paid unnecessarily to many retirees. Legislation should be enacted to encourage retention of potentially productive employees, who are being retired on disability, by requiring agencies to retain such employees in vacant positions they are capab...
Civil Service Retirement for Employees of Nonappropriated Fund Instrumentalities
FPCD-79-69: Published: Jul 12, 1979. Publicly Released: Jul 12, 1979.
Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities (NAFI) personnel meet the general criteria used to define Federal employees but are excluded by law from civil service retirement coverage. H.R. 2660 and H.R. 5181 would have amended the law to permit certain periods of service by NAFI employees in special services recreation and morale programs of the Armed Forces to be included as creditable service under t...
Interrelationships of Federal and District of Columbia Retirement Systems
109478: May 25, 1979
Congress should end the longstanding pay and fringe benefit interrelationship of Federal and District of Columbia employees that is a result of the fact that Federal employees participate in the D.C. police and firemen's retirement system and most District employees participate in the Federal civil service retirement system. About 1,500 Federal law enforcement personnel of the Park Police and Secr...
Disability Provisions of Federal and District of Columbia Employee Retirement Systems Need Reform
FPCD-78-48: Published: Jul 10, 1978. Publicly Released: Jul 10, 1978.
Previous reports have discussed shortcomings in the disability provisions of federal and District of Columbia (D.C) retirement programs. Action on recommendations made in prior reports is still needed.The number of retirees receiving civil service disability annuities more than doubled from 1970 to 1977. The Civil Service Commission's (CSC) interpretation of entitlement to disability retirement is...
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...
Cost-of-Living Adjustment Processes for Federal Annuities Need To Be Changed
FPCD-76-80: Published: Jul 27, 1976. Publicly Released: Jul 27, 1976.
GAO commented on the cost-of-living adjustment processes to the Federal annuity system The comments are generally limited to the civil service retirement system, since it is the largest system and often leads the other systems to change. Most of the observations also pertain to the other Federal systems.The cost-of-living adjustment processes for Federal retirement annuities have resulted in annui...