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 Government Pensioners


The Accountant General's Office administers the Government Pension Plan under the Public Service Superannuation Act 1981.


Membership in the plan is compulsory for all full-time government employees.  Employeees must be at least 18 years of age and under age 57. There are many provisions and exceptions that apply to Government employees, and affect their eligibility and entitlement to a pension.  An employee should direct questions related to pension entitlement to the Accountant General's Department.  Upon receipt of a written request, the Department will provide an official pension computation.  Members are encouraged to request the computation as least one year before retirement.


Should you have any queries regarding your pension, please contact the Accountant General's Department at for assistance.



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