Personnel management (31 - 35 of 35 items)
Federal Retirement Systems: Unrecognized Costs, Inadequate Funding, Inconsistent Benefits
FPCD-77-48: Published: Aug 3, 1977. Publicly Released: Aug 3, 1977.
The cost and liabilities of federal retirement programs are much greater than recognized by current costing and funding procedures.In 1976, seven of the government's retirement systems paid over $15.6 billion to retirees and the survivors of deceased employees and retirees, an increase of $10 billion since 1970. The systems also reported liabilities exceeding $320 billion for which less than $44 b...
Proposed Legislation to Revise Retirement Benefits for Non-Indian Employees of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Indian Health Service
FPC-77-51: Published: Jul 13, 1977. Publicly Released: Jul 13, 1977.
No summary is currently available...
Social Security Administration Employees Detailed or Assigned to Non-Social Security Offices
HRD-77-50: Published: Mar 8, 1977. Publicly Released: May 20, 1977.
The head of an executive department may detail employees among its bureaus and offices, except employees required by law to perform specific work. The work performed by 20 Social Security Administration (SSA) employees detailed or assigned to non-social security offices was investigated to determine whether their salaries were reimbursed to the trust fund.Of the 20 employees, 15 were working in ei...
Changes to the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program Are Needed
FPCD-77-19: Published: May 6, 1977. Publicly Released: May 6, 1977.
A comparative analysis was made of life insurance and other death benefit programs available to Federal employees and retirees with similar programs in the non-Federal sector.Death benefits for Federal Employees are available from several sources, including the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Program, various retirement programs, and workers' compensation. As a package, these are generally...
Special Retirement Policy for Federal Law Enforcement and Firefighter Personnel Needs Reevaluation
FPCD-76-97: Published: Feb 24, 1977. Publicly Released: Feb 24, 1977.
The adequacy, effectiveness, and reasonableness of the government's policy of providing earlier and more generous retirement benefits to federal law enforcement and firefighter personnel were investigated.The law currently authorizes these special retirement benefits for about 52,000 federal employees. The purpose of the special retirement law is to improve the quality of law enforcement and firef...