Tribal Federal Employee Health Benefits Program
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Government-wide Service Benefit Plan, also known as the Federal Employee Program (FEP®), is excited to welcome you to the Tribal Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program as your plan of choice. FEP has been part of the FEHB Program since its inception in 1960, and currently covers roughly 5.2 million Federal employees, retirees and their families.
Learn More About FEP
Your local Blue Cross and Blue Shield company is your primary point of contact. If you prefer to speak directly with someone about FEP, please visit the Contact Us section to locate the address and telephone number of your local Plan.
Request a Benefit Brochure
Save a PDF copy of the Service Benefit Plan brochure to your computer or submit a request to receive a printed brochure .
Compare Benefit Options
FEP provides two coverage options – Standard Option and Basic Option – along with a wide variety of wellness tools and resources to help you meet your healthcare needs. You can review the coverage options available to you by using the AskBlue℠ guide.
Find a Provider
As an FEP member, you have access to a nationwide network of doctors, hospitals, and other healthcare providers. Search our online Preferred provider directory to help you choose healthcare providers.
If you’re on-the-go, you can use your Apple iOS or Google Android device to locate a doctor, hospital or urgent care center anywhere in the country. The Blue National Doctor and Hospital Finder mobile application is available for free download at the App Store, Google Play, or at http://bcbs.com/mobile/.
Interested in Enrolling?
Talk to your employer’s Human Resources representative and confirm that you are eligible for FEHB coverage. Then go to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) website to learn more about how to enroll in an FEHB health plan.
Learn More about the FEHB Program
If you would like to learn more about the FEHB Program, OPM has a variety of resources available on its website where you can find information specifically for tribal organizations and employees.
Page last updated: October 31, 2012