As a result of a Supreme Court decision issued in June that allows same-sex couples to marry in all states, OPM notes that agencies are no longer allowed to add children of same-sex domestic partners to FEHB enrollments.
The Office of Personnel Management has issued a memo which says that the recent Supreme Court ruling upholding gay marriage will not have any impact on federal employee benefits.
The Office of Personnel Management has issued a final rule that will allow some federal employees to make changes to their dental and vision insurance programs outside of the normal open enrollment period.
August 26, 2013, is an important day for federal employees and retirees who are in legally recognized same-sex marriages. The author explains the significance of this date for people in this situation.
OPM has officially released guidance on coverage for same sex spouses in light of the recent Supreme Court Decision on DOMA.
OPM has begun issuing guidance for benefits that will be affected from the Supreme Court ruling the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) unconstitutional.
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has selected insurance carriers who will offer dental and vision benefits under the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP) in 2014.
Open season for your federal health insurance starts next month. At the same time, it is a chance to enroll in the federal dental or vision program. The new rates for 2011 are out and, like health insurance, will be higher in 2011.
It has been a confusing year for health insurance benefits during this year’s open season. As a result of concerns in Congress and in the media about the changes, OPM has taken several unusual steps with regard to this year’s program. Here is what some of these changes may mean for you.