Q. I have been working for 40 years in the government. I am trying to get my information together in order to prepare my retirement papers. I was in the Peace Corps for three years and would like to add those years to my 40 years of government service. I understand I will have to pay back the money I received as a volunteer in the Peace Corps ($75 a month, with interest). I would like to know what procedures do I follow in order to get the information I need in order to pay back the money I received.
A. Start by reading the information at www.opm.gov/retire/pubs/handbook/C021.pdf, then scroll down and, with together with your agency, follow the procedures found in Part 21A4.