The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

Human Resources and Management

For questions, please call:

Executive Director’s
Office
Patricia Barney,
Executive Director
301-454-1740

Budget Management
Division
John Kroll, Chief
301-454-1740

Corporate Policy and
Management Operations
Division
Anju Bennett, Chief
301-454-1740

Human Resources
Division
William Spencer,
HR Director
301-454-1700

Units

Classification and
Compensation

Boni King, Manager
301-454-1700

Employment Records (HRIS)
D’Andra Pratt, Manager
301-454-1700

Employee Benefits/
Group Insurance
Jennifer McDonald, Manager
301-454-1700

Recruitment/Employee
and Labor Relations
William Spencer, Manager
301-454-1411

Risk Management and
Workplace Safety
(Workers’ Comp.

and Liability)
Wanda Wesley-Major,
Manager
301-454-1740

Benefits

MISSION STATEMENT:

Our mission to our customers is to design, develop and administer quality, cost-effective benefit programs, responsibly, consistently and fairly.

Special Enrollments

    Links to Providers, Documents, Forms and other Resources

     
      

    Benefit News

     

    Open Enrollment is Coming!

    Open enrollment begins October 19 and ends November 6, 2015 at 5:00P.M.  This period gives you the opportunity to review your benefit options and make changes.  We are pleased to announce that there will be no increase in premiums for the UnitedHealthcare EPO plan, UnitedHealthcare POS plan, the dental plan, the vision plan, the life insurance plans and the long term disability plans.  Premiums for three plans will increase.  The dollar increases shown are for single coverage as examples.  Refer to rate chart for the increases to all levels of coverage located in the Enrollment Instructions Guide accessible here: www.mncppc.org .

     

    • Cigna EPO – $4.99 bi-weekly for active employees and $10.80 monthly for retirees
    • UHC Medicare Complement – $3.00 monthly
    • Caremark Prescription – $2.21 bi-weekly for non-FOP active employees, $2.95 for FOP union members and $6.40 monthly for retirees

    The cost sharing percentage of premiums between the Commission and employees/retirees remains the same for 2016, except for contract employees (term contract and seasonal). Beginning January 1, 2016, the Commission will pay 65% of the cost of premiums and 35% of the cost will be paid by the employee for this group of employees.  Previously the cost share was 50%/50%.

     

    In accordance with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) we are required to offer eligible seasonal employees medical coverage. As stated above the Commission will pay 65% of the cost of premiums and 35% of the cost will be paid by the employee.  In order to be eligible for coverage, the employee must have worked on average 30 hours per week over a 12 month measurement period. The Health & Benefits Office will contact seasonal employees directly if eligible for coverage during 2016.

     

    Paper Reduction Initiative Continues – We will not be mailing Open Enrollment packets again this year.  All open enrollment documents and forms will be available on our website here: www.mncppc.org or on our intranet, inSite, by clicking the link for 2016 Open Enrollment beginning October 19, 2015.  We hope that you will read the information on-line and print only what you need.  Those that don’t have access to the internet may request a hard copy of the enrollment packet or a specific form from your local benefits coordinator or the Health & Benefits Office.

     

    Contacting Benefits


    For questions regarding benefits,  you may email us at benefits@mncppc.org or call:

     

    > Paul Brown 301-454-1683

    Paul.Brown@mncppc.org

    > Gertie Johnson
    301-454-1684 Gertie.Johnson@mncppc.org
    > Tikeetha Thomas
    301-454-1685 Tikeetha.Thomas@mncppc.org
    > Juanita Hawkins
    301-454-1636 Juanita.hawkins@mncppc.org
    > Linda Thomas
    301-454-1694 linda.thomas@mncppc.org
    > Jennifer McDonald 301-454-1726 Jennifer.McDonald@mncppc.org