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Federal Eye: Incorrect long-term care info mailed to gov't workers

Letters sent to tens of thousands of employees in the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program contained errors in calculating potential premiums, the Office of Personnel Management announced Friday. The errors mean enrollees now have until March 15, 2010 to review their options and make final decisions on coverage.

OPM learned of the errors from Long Term Care Partners, a subsidiary of the John Hancock Insurance Company, which operates the LTC program. The agency has asked the company to send new mailings to approximately 71,600 affected individuals, informing them of mistakes shown in the "Benefit Amount" section of their election letters.

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