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Disability Retirement


The federal government allows employees who are unable to work to retire under a disability retirement. It is in the best interest of both employees and the federal government for employees to remain gainfully employed in their current grade or pay level, as long as they can provide useful and efficient service without endangering themselves, others or government property.
Disability retirement should be the very last option and should be used only when attempts have been made to preserve an individual's employment, and those attempts have failed.

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Tormund  
#1 Posted : Saturday, September 18, 2021 10:56:26 AM(UTC)
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Was just wondering this question the other day. There are other retirement programs such as those under the Foreign Service, Federal Reserve, CIA, Railroad Workers, Tennessee Valley Authority, NAF, NCUA, SIPC, FHFA, and I'm sure many others. If you are under FERS DR, could someone get a job at one of those agencies and keep their full DR pension, assuming under the earning limits, not equivalent position, and not recovered from the disability?
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