The U.S. Air Force said it will ask as many as 1,000 retirees to come back to work in pilot staff, combat system officer and air battle manager positions.
Very few agencies have taken advantage of a three-year-old law that permits senior federal employees to continue working part-time instead of taking the full retirement option when eligible.
A measure in the fiscal 2015 National Defense Authorization Act would grant a five-year extension of federal agencies' authority to rehire federal annuitants without a salary offset.
Yes. If your annuity stops, you can enroll in Federal Employees Health Benefits when you are re-employed and as an active employee, you will pay premiums with pre-tax money under the premium conversion arrangement unless you waive participation.
If you had CSRS coverage when you retired: you will be returned to CSRS if you are re-employed within one year of your retirement; the coverage will be CSRS Offset if you had CSRS Offset coverage when you retired, you are re-employed more than a year after your retirement, or you are appointed to a senior position that is subject to mandatory Social Security coverage.
If you began receiving monthly payments from the TSP after you separated, those payments will stop; annuity payments will continue despite your rehire.
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