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Retirement processing times drop for first time in months

After November’s dramatic spike, the FYTD average processing rate is still the highest it’s been in a year. But the monthly average is now back to around…

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Yearly processing times for federal retirement climb to record high

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September retirement claims steady but not moving any faster

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Federal retirement claims processing not getting any faster

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Federal retirement picks up in first half of 2021, but OPM still takes 2-plus months to process

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Federal retirement kept dropping in May but backlog still higher than same time in 2020

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Federal retirement still up over 2020, processing times remain lengthy

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Retirement claims backlog continues to rise, exceeding January’s 8-year record

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Federal employees face retirement delays due to lags at NFC

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Retirement tsunami, Trump bump, rats escape the swamp? Maybe none of the above

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Retirements surge in January, pushing backlog to 8-year high

In January 2021, 13,850 federal employees retired, driving the retirement backlog up to 26,968, the highest it’s been since April of 2013, when it sat…

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Federal retirement mostly steady in December after autumn spike, decline

This fall was a volatile period for federal retirement claims – with a noticeable spike in October and mirroring decline the month after. But December…

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September federal retirement lower but steady as FY 2020 ends

New federal retirement claims held largely steady in September, though they were still below their levels a year ago.

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