Rescinding of the Policy on the Administration of the Public Service Pension Plan and Group Insurance and Other Benefit Programs

Effective , the Policy on the Administration of the Public Service Pension Plan and Group Insurance and Other Benefit Programs has been rescinded.

In 2007, the Policy on the Administration of the Public Service Pension Plan and Group Insurance and Other Benefit Programs was implemented to ensure that Compensation Advisors and Managers had the required training to provide employees with information about their benefits and to remind Deputy Heads of their responsibilities related to the administration of the public service pension plan and group insurance benefit programs.

As part of its People Management Policy Review Project, the Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer completed a comprehensive review of the Policy on the Administration of the Public Service Pension Plan and Group Insurance and Other Benefit Programs to help develop a consistent and cohesive people management policy framework.

As a result of the review, the Policy on the Administration of the Public Service Pension Plan and Group Insurance and Other Benefit Programs has been rescinded as there are more appropriate mechanisms for providing direction and guidance to Deputy Ministers in areas of training, disability management, contracting and Crown remittances.

A crosswalk between the rescinded Policy on the Administration of the Public Service Pension Plan and Group Insurance and Other Benefit Programs with Treasury Board instruments currently in force is available for reference.

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