The State Service Pension Scheme was established by Government to provide for the payment of pensions, gratuities and other benefits to or in respect of those employed by the State on retirement, discharge, resignation, death or other means of termination of service.

The scheme comprises of the following sub-schemes:

  • Presidential Pension and Retirement Benefits Scheme
  • Judges pension Benefits Scheme
  • Parliamentary pension Scheme
  • State Service (Uniformed Forces) Pension Scheme
  • Civil Service (Pension) Scheme
  • Officers of Parliament (Pension) Scheme

Requirements From Clients

For a payment to be effected, clients are required to submit certain documents/information relating to the type of payments to be made as detailed blow:

Termination where no Pension is Payable (I.E. Resignation / Discharge)

A client is due for a refund of pension contribution or both a refund of pension
contributions and gratuity, he or she is required to complete a PD3 form. The form is obtained from Human Resources Departments of respective Ministries.

Other Requirements

Certified copies of:

  • National Identity Card or Valid Passport
  • Ministerial Termination letter
  • Original confirmation of bank details bearing name and account number, stamped by the bank
    These must be submitted through the Human Resources Department of respective Ministries.

Retirements

Where a pension is payable, clients are required to urgently complete PD1 forms and submit through their Ministries before date of termination.  The form is obtainable from Human Resources Departments of respective Ministries.

Other Requirements

Certified copies of:

  • National Identity Card or Valid Passport
  • Ministerial Termination letter
  • Original confirmation of bank details bearing name and account number, stamped by the Bank

Pension – State Service Pension