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Federal Managers Association

Washington Report

  • Washington Post

    As the majority of the federal workforce gets closer to retirement age, Office of Personnel Management Associate Director for Retirement Services Ken Zawodny stressed that soon-to-be-retirees should ensure work records accurately reflect their work history and be aware of delays. Three out of four retirement applicants should expect sixty days for OPM to complete their application. The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association recommends federal workers to have three months of savings set aside to get through the application process.

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