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Civil Service Pensions

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About Civil Service Pensions

Civil Service Pensions is the division of Cabinet Office which manages the Civil Service pension and compensation arrangements.

We do not do the day to day work of administering pensions. This work is done by 10 Authorised Pensions Administration Centres (APAC). Some APACs are private sector companies, while others are part of Government departments. Every Civil Service employer has a contract or service level agreement with one of these APACs, to carry out the pension administration work for their staff.

You can find your APAC by looking up your employer in the Helpline area of the site.