RRB offers new Internet service

The U.S. Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) announced a new Internet service to the railroad community via its website, http://www.rrb.gov. This service is called the "Service and Compensation History."

With the use of a Personal Computer, railroad workers will be able to view and print their record of railroad service months and compensation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

This new service is available on the RRB's Web Site's Mainline Services: http://www.rrb.gov/mainline/default.asp.

1. To establish an Internet account and set up your PIN and Password, simply click on "Create" to the left of "PIN/Password" and follow the instructions.

2. After you receive your Password Request Code (PRC) in the mail, simply:

After establishing your account, you may then use RRB Internet Services to obtain a record of service months and compensation.


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