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Dominic82  
#1 Posted : Friday, October 4, 2019 10:45:38 AM(UTC)

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I worked the majority of my civil service career under the Dept. of Defense. The last 3 months b4 retiring was with DOI (Social Security Administration). If I had of retired under DoD I would have received an ID Card upon retirement. Does DOI have the same policy? I was told by HR with DoD when inquired about a retiree ID, I could not be issued one "because" I wasn't a DoD retiree.

If DOI does not issue retiree ID Cards, then how does one prove their retirement except for carrying their papers around with them??

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#2 Posted : Friday, October 4, 2019 11:56:56 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Dominic82 Go to Quoted Post
I worked the majority of my civil service career under the Dept. of Defense. The last 3 months b4 retiring was with DOI (Social Security Administration). If I had of retired under DoD I would have received an ID Card upon retirement. Does DOI have the same policy? I was told by HR with DoD when inquired about a retiree ID, I could not be issued one "because" I wasn't a DoD retiree.

If DOI does not issue retiree ID Cards, then how does one prove their retirement except for carrying their papers around with them??

Thank you


Why or to whom do you need to provide your retirement? I saw people getting the retiree card when I was working with DOD in a couple of locations, but other than being able to get to the base restaurant, there didn’t seem to be a point.
The excuse of, "I read it on FederalSoup..." won't work. Please do your due diligence.
Dominic82  
#3 Posted : Saturday, October 5, 2019 5:45:57 PM(UTC)

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The benefit to having a DoD retiree ID card not only allows you access to the installation No. 1 and No. 2 if you have a job interview you don't have to rely on an escort to get to your interview.

I guess all agencies under the federal government are not equal:)))
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