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Dedicated to Civilian Federal Employees since 1943

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Federal Employee Life Insurance, Retirement, & Benefits Guides

Our WAEPA Guides cut through the complexity and get to the heart of the matter – helping you decide what’s right for you.

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When You Register, you'll have access to these Guides:

Consumer Assistance Guide

This Consumer Assistance Guide is designed to help you – the American consumer – spot scams and better protect yourself against fraud. This guide also gives suggestions for resolving consumer complaints.

Health Insurance Guide

Learn more about the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program. As a Federal employee, you are entitled to enroll yourself and any eligible family members in a health plan offered under the FEHB Program.

New Federal Employees Guide

Make the informed decision concerning pay, leave, alternative work schedules, health benefits, and life insurance.

Long-Term Care Insurance

Make an informed decision about whether or not you need to purchase long-term care insurance, and if so, the factors you should consider when buying a policy.

College Funding Guide

What every federal employee needs to know about investing in a college education.

Senior Executive Service

An inside look at the SES that includes staffing, pay, leave, performance management and, most importantly, leadership.

Federal Benefits Guide

This guide will help you understand your federal benefits and will become, we are sure, a handy reference tool.

Federal Retirement Guide

This unique guide covers retirement benefits, Federal Retirement Systems (FERS and CSRS), Thrift Savings Plan, Social Security, Survivor Benefits, Death Benefits, Medicare, WEP, and more.

Federal Travel Guide

We thought it would be a good idea to put all the travel rules that Federal Employees must follow into this handy guide.

Prevent Bullying Guide

The key is to stop bullying before it starts. That’s why information is so important – and why we thought it required a special WAEPA Guide that would help our members understand this important issue in greater detail.