|Retired Employees Pension Arrangement, Investment, and Resources (REPAIR) Act|
|Short Title||Retired Employees Pension Arrangement, Investment, and Resources (REPAIR) Act|
|Long Title||A Law to introduce retirement pensions, and to revise the government employment program.|
|Enacted||April 3, 2015|
|UTC Parts(s) Amended||3 UTC, 7 UTC|
The REPAIR Act was a piece of legislation passed in 2015-I that established a pension plan for retired government workers who had served for a continuous two years in the government. The bill enabled the Department of Naturalization to pay retired government employees pensions and also saw a drastic cut in the government employment incentives program to compensate. The bill was initially struck down by the Executive Branch due to a proceedural rule and was thus re-proposed shortly after, which gained the necessary votes to pass.