In 2023, the Department of Human Resources increased its retirement claims processing backlog by 3,262. In January he OPM received 12,404 claims. This is an increase of about 7,000 compared to December. OPM has only processed 9,142 claims for him, and the inventory backlog has remained at his highest level since October with 24,858 claims.
The growing backlog means that OPM is almost 12,000 above its steady target of 13,000 average.
OPM did not improve average processing time…
Human Resources Office kicks off in 2023 with increased retirement processing The order backlog is 3,262. In January, OPM received 12,404 complaints. December. OPM only processed 9,142, inventory backlog remains at highest level since There were 24,858 claims in October.
The growing backlog means that OPM is almost 12,000 above its steady target of 13,000.
OPM did not improve the average handle time in January compared to December. OPM
According to the company, the average time it took January to process a claim was 85 to 93 days in the previous month.
OPM noted in January that, on average, exit deals that were completed in less than 60 days took 42 days.
A few days to process. Meanwhile, OPM says on average he took 131 cases that took more than 60 days.
Completely processed in a few days.
https://federalnewsnetwork.com/retirement/2023/02/opm-makes-no-progress-with-retirement-backlog-to-start-2023/ OPM No Progress on Retirement Backlog Starting 2023