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What is Discontinued Service Retirement for Federal Employees?
What is Discontinued Service Retirement for Federal Employees?

Federal employees who are involuntarily separated, other than for misconduct or delinquency, and who have 25 years of service (or are 50 years old and have only 20 years of service) will be entitled to a Discontinued Service Retirement annuity. The purpose of the ...

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Blog posts in April, 2007

  • MSPB's Mediation Assistance Program

    The MSPB has a little-known program known as the Mediation Assistance Program (MAP), wherein Federal Employees can attempt to negotiate a resolution ...

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  • MSPB: Can a medical illness be good cause for untimely filing?

    Generally, the answer to the above question is yes. However, the MSPB has laid out a test which will control whether or not a medical condition or ...

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  • Federal Disability Retirement: Can Federal Employees Appeal an OPM denial of disability retirement?

    The short answer to that question is “generally, yes”. Disability retirement is available to Federal Employees who become disabled in the course of ...

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