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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...
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...
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...