OPM Continues to Reduce Retirement Applications Backlog

By on December 5, 2012 in Current Events, Retirement with 51 Comments

OPM released its latest monthly retirement processing status report for November. The number of claims received was down over previous months, but the number processed was on par with past months, helping to continue to reduce the backlog of applications.

6,584 applications were received in November and 11,966 were processed bringing the total outstanding backlog down to 31,704.

Are you waiting on OPM to process your retirement application? Have you noticed any improvement in your status? We’d like to know! Share your comments below.

The latest inventory report is listed in full below.

Month Projected Claims Received Projected Claims Processed Projected
Inventory (inventory plus claims less processed)
Actual Claims Received Actual Claims Processed Inventory (inventory plus claims less processed)
Jan-12 21,000 8,000 61,378 21,479 8,749 61,108
Feb-12 5,600 8,300 58,678 6,415 9,953 57,570
Mar-12 5,000 8,300 55,378 7,090 12,386 52,274
Apr-12 8,000 8,300 55,078 6,770 8,028 51,016
May-12 8,000 8,500 54,578 7,523 9,066 49,473
Jun-12 8,000 8,500 54,078 7,814 8,964 48,323
Jul-12 8,400 11,500 50,978 8,660 12,304 44,679
Aug-12 8,000 11,500 47,478 8,973 11,865 41,787
Sep-12 7,000 11,500 42,978 11,952 12,563 41,176
Oct-12 7,000 11,500 38,478 8,138 12,228 37,086
Nov-12 7,000 11,500 33,978 6,584 11,966 31,704

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