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September retirement claims steady but not moving any faster

Recently released stats show OPM received 7,589 new retirement claims last month, compared to 8,976 new claims received in August.

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

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Federal retirement mostly steady in December after autumn spike, decline

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September federal retirement lower but steady as FY 2020 ends

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OPM retirement backlog slips slightly as processing time increases

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Retirement claims remained steady while backlog inched down in June

About as many federal employees submitted retirement claims in June as the month before, but the Office of Personnel Management was able to reduce the…

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Federal retirement claims remained largely stable during May

According to the latest data from the Office of Personnel Management, about 1.4% fewer retirement claims were filed in May compared to April.

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Retirement claims kept falling in March, coronavirus effect yet unknown

The Office of Personnel Management’s latest report of retirement claims may not be a reliable picture of the coronavirus’ impact on the federal workforce size to date but compared to 2019 the numbers are significantly down.

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