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ANNOUNCEMENTS


The 2024 Federal Benefits Open Season begins on Monday, November 13 and ends on Monday December 11, 2023. You can click on “What’s New?” to obtain Open Season information and the Health Benefits Election Form (SF 2809). Foreign Service annuitants should not make FEHB changes using the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) website or mailing their SF 2809 to OPM.

The 2024 Foreign Service Annual Annuitant Newsletter is available here and it is also posted on the “What’s New?” page.



SAVE THE DATE - Foreign Affairs Day – May 3, 2024
This year’s Foreign Affairs Day will be a hybrid event and will take place on Friday, May 3, 2024. We are planning a full day of events including interactive break-out sessions, hosted by regional and functional bureaus, to highlight current policy issues, the Secretary’s priorities, and modernization agenda (https:///www.state.gov). As you know, this is our homecoming. It provides a chance to celebrate our global workforce, spend time with former colleagues, and honor those who gave their lives in service of American diplomacy. Along with partner organizations we are planning to host a very special Foreign Affairs Day, a co-branded program that will highlight the Foreign Service/AFSA centennial. If you wish to receive an invitation, please contact ForeignAffairsDay@state.gov.


For Foreign Service Active Duty Employees

Foreign Service employees of USAID, FCS, USDA-FAS and APHIS, IBB and Peace Corps general information is available on this site. Please consult your agency’s HR office for personal retirement counseling.

For Civil Service Annuitants

Civil Service annuitants are supported by the Office of Personnel Management, OPM. Please contact RETIRE@OPM.gov or go to www.servicesonline.opm.gov to manage your online account.

Career Transition Center

Retirement courses are available to Foreign Service and Civil Service employees at the Foreign Service Institute (FSI). The Career Transition Center (CTC) is located in the E Building of the FSI campus in Arlington, VA. Please contact FSI/TC/CTC for more information: FSICTC@State.gov.