About us: Royal Canadian Mounted Police pension
We are pleased to offer you this Web Portal where you'll find accurate, timely, and relevant information about pension and group insurance benefits plans specifically written for active and retired Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Pension Plan members and their dependents or survivors.
The RCMP Pension Plan is governed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act (RCMPSA) and regulations. The Government of Canada is the sole sponsor of the Plan and the Minister of Public Safety is the Minister responsible for the Plan.
The RCMP is responsible for developing legislation and related policies, providing information to plan members, and providing the necessary secretariat support for committees.
Public Services and Procurement Canada
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC)) administers and delivers the RCMP Pension Plan. The Government of Canada Pension Centre provides the following:
- counseling services
- program support
- training and delivery
- account maintenance service
Treasury Board Secretariat
Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) coordinates the stewardship duties of the Government with respect to the other major public sector pension plans (Canadian Forces-Regular Force Pension Plan and the RCMP Pension Plan) and to the retirement programs and arrangements.
Treasury Board is responsible for establishing principles for the charging of administration costs to the Plan, establishing contribution rates, managing surpluses, and exercising power as the Governor in Council under the RCMPSA.
Treasury board is the policy holder for all RCMP Group Life, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, and Disability Insurance Plans. The Treasury Board is also the policy holder for the Public Service Health Care Plan and the Public Service Dental Care Plan.
For active RCMP Regular Members, the Supplemental Health Care and Dental Care plans are managed by the RCMP Health and Safety Branch through a tripartite agreement with Blue Cross.
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