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This week, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA), sent a strongly-worded letter to Margaret Weichert, acting director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM). The group is protesting a policy change made by OPM that it says the agency made “with little to no regard for the financial harm it has inflicted on retirees.”
Despite the continuous back-and-forth and uncertainty that has marked much of the year’s debate surrounding pay for federal employees, next year’s cost of living adjustment (COLA) is slated to be the largest adjustment federal retirees have received since 2012.
Late last week, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), a District Court in Tennessee “unsealed a 32-count indictment charging four individuals and seven companies in a $1 billion health care fraud scheme.”
FEDS Protection provides coverage in three areas – administrative, civil and criminal. Below is a general overview of coverage. If you are looking for more specific information about your exposures, please contact us. It is important to understand that this is an insurance policy and you must have FEDS Protection in place prior to knowledge of an incident that could result in a claim – or coverage will be denied.