Federal employee retirement programs (41 - 46 of 46 items)
Implementation of P.L. 95-382--Civil Service Retirement Credit for Japanese-Americans
FPCD-79-39: Published: Mar 28, 1979. Publicly Released: Mar 28, 1979.
Under a law enacted on September 22, 1978, civil service retirement credit became available to Japanese-Americans who were confined in U.S. internment camps during World War II and later became Federal employees. The law required the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to ensure that all eligible Japanese-Americans be informed of their legal rights. OPM is responsible for assisting eligible emplo...
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...
Legislation To Amend the Comptroller General's Retirement System
106026: May 17, 1978
H.R. 12196 would provide for cost-of-living adjustments to a retired Comptroller General's annuity by a formula identical to that provided for annuitants under the civil service retirement system. In 1953, a separate retirement system was enacted for the Comptroller General. The office was considered similar in character, tenure, and independence to the office of a Federal judge. While both the Co...
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...