Federal employee retirement programs (21 - 23 of 23 items)
Delays in Processing Civil Service Retirement Claims
112144: Apr 22, 1980
In a review of delays in processing civil service retirement claims, it was noted that the situation is worse today than ever before. In January 1978, the number of on-hand, uncompleted claims was about 57,000; the number is now nearly 90,000. The time required by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to process claims has increased from an average of 45 to 95 days. One of the reasons for proce...
Federal Retirement Issues
109874: Jul 12, 1979
A review of Federal retirement issues covered the following areas: need for a Federal retirement policy, costing and funding practices, disability retirement, and cost-of-living adjustments. There are 38 retirement systems maintained for various groups of personnel by Federal agencies and instrumentalities; consequently, there is a need to establish an overall, coordinated Federal retirement syste...
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...