Extending health benefits to certain United States commissioners: hearing before the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, second session, on H.R. 5708, a bill to amend the federal employees health benefits act of 1959 to extend coverage to certain United States commissioners. April 29, 1964
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1964 - Business & Economics - 8 pages
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1959 to extend 4-year terms Administrative Office amend the Federal basis of public benefits coverage once BENEFITS TO UNITED Bennett BILL TO AMEND Bureau of Retirement Chairman Civil Service Commission Civil Service Retirement commissioner service commissioners are appointed commissioners with total COMMITTEE ON POST committing magistrates compensation fees earned consecutive calendar cost of extending courts for 4-year December 31 Director eligibility for coverage eligibility to enroll Employees Health Benefits employment extend coverage extend eligibility extending such coverage Federal Employees Health Government contribution Government cost group life insurance Health Benefits Act health benefits coverage health benefits plan health benefits program included intermittent Irvine Jacksonville negligible November 18 number of U.S. OFFICE AND CIVIL paid the total primarily as committing quarterly accounting regular tour Retirement and Insurance retirement benefits ROYBAL RUDDOCK Service Retirement Act small number subcommittee takes coverage total annual compensation tour of duty U.S. Courts U.S. district courts UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS