Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Pension Plan

28 employees reported this benefit
Updated Feb 27, 2018
5 Ratings

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Feb 29, 2020
Current Special Agent in Kansas City, Missouri

The combination of sick, vacation and holidays is good, especially after three years as an employee. Sick time can be rolled over and is not capped. Vacation time is capped at 240 hours for rollover purposes

Aug 9, 2016
Current Special Agent in Washington, District of Columbia

you get 1.7 per year of your average high three years of salary

Jan 3, 2016
Current ASAC in New York, New York State

The federal retirement plan is based on three parts, a pension based on a number of years service and highest salary, the thrift savings plan, and social security.

Jun 4, 2015
Former Language Analyst in Washington, District of Columbia

I was separated from the FBI on personal reasons with my supervisor; who did not allow me retirement consultation with HRD to plan my medical and other benefits. I and my family was left without any health benefits; and suffered for over 100 days without any health insurance. Thanks to OPM who rated me as eligible for the benefits and restored my health benefits.

May 15, 2015
Former Employee

Government FERS is a great plan