Despite a slower average processing time, OPM was able to bring the retirement backlog down to its lowest level of the year at the end of May.
Even with the coronavirus worries gripping the country, OPM made a nice improvement to its retirement backlog in April.
Despite the outbreak of the coronavirus, OPM has maintained a good pace of processing retirement claims.
Despite a large number of new claims in February, OPM was able to start reducing the retirement backlog after seeing it grow in January.
According to OPM’s latest retirement data, the number of federal employees that retired at the end of 2019 was higher than in recent years.
OPM closed out 2019 by achieving a milestone for the year with its retirement backlog.
The retirement backlog at OPM broke through the 18,000 mark in November.
Despite a small decline in September, OPM’s retirement backlog did a full reversal in October.
OPM’s retirement backlog just barely trended downward in September. Here are the latest figures.
OPM made a modest improvement to the retirement backlog in August thanks to an uptick in claims processing.