Central Pension Fund

The Central Pension Fund (CPF) is a multi-employer pension fund established in 1960 to provide retirement, disability and death benefits to members of, and individuals represented by, the International Union of Operating Engineers. Plan benefits are based upon annual employer contributions for participants which are reported to CPF from employer locations.


2015 Semi-Annual Statements

The 2015 Semi-Annual Participant Statements were mailed to active...
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Welcome IUOE Local 487 Pension Plan Participants and Contributing Employers

Effective September 1, 2015 the Pension Plan of IUOE Local 487,...
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2015 Annual Funding Notice

The Central Pension Fund mailed the 2015 Annual Funding Notice...
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Did You Know…

CPF mails benefits statements to every active participant twice a year.

Did You Know…

CPF has over 6,200 contributing employers.

Did You Know…

CPF has over 185,000 active participants and recipients.

Did You Know…

CPF is the 3rd largest multi-employer defined benefit pension fund in the United States.

Please note: All changes to your account must be submitted in writing.

Central Pension Fund
4115 Chesapeake St., N.W.
Washington, DC 20016-4665

Tel: (202) 362-1000
Fax: (202) 364-2913


MON- FRI: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm;
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (EST)

 A Guide to Your Benefit


Summary Plan Description


A comprehensive explanation of the benefits, rights and features of the defined benefits pension plan offered by the Central Pension Fund. 

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