Washington (Dec. 29, 2003) -- The U.S. Office of Personnel Management is reviewing whether to offer health savings accounts in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program -- a program that covers federal employees and their dependents.

The agency is said to be examining ways in which to extend HSAs to the more than 3 million government workers under the age of 65 who currently have high-deductible insurance plans and who qualify for them.

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