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U.S. Postal Service: Proposed Health Plan Could Improve Financial Condition, but Impact on Medicare and Other Issues Should Be Weighed before Approval
John E. Dicken (au); Lorelei St. James (au); Frank Todisco (au)
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has asked Congress to help restore its financial viability in part by enacting its proposal to create a USPS health care plan outside of the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP). This would result in the withdrawal of all postal employees and retirees (about 1 million people) from FEHBP. Under its proposal, USPPäó»s and postal employeesäó» and retireesäó» share of premiums would first be established by USPS and then, for union-covered employees, in collective bargaining. USPS employee groups oppose or have concerns about USPSäó»s proposal. This report reviewed USPSäó»s proposed health care plan. It discusses how the plan could affect (1) USPSäó»s financial condition, (2) postal employeesäó» and retireesäó» benefits and costs, and (3) FEHBP and non-postal enrollees. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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