Annual Enrollment Checklist

If you make no changes, your current GIC health, dental and vision benefits will remain in place at the new rates effective July 1, 2020. You must re-enroll if you wish to participate in a health care or dependent care FSA in FY21.

Review this website to identify which health insurance products are offered and which one is the best for you.

Tip: Use the Health Products by Location tab to find which products are offered in your area. Based on that, you can refer to the Health Insurance Rates and Buy-Out and Benefits-at-a-Glance links to determine which product is right for you.

Check with your health and other insurance carriers about any product or tier changes.

This includes questions about network coverage, providers, drug tiers, or wellness benefits.

New hire?

Check our website for Employment & Eligibility:

Turning 65?

Check our website for a video to guide you through the next steps, whether you’re retiring or not:

submit all forms online no later than june 1, 2020.

All forms are available on the GIC website ( Changes go into effect July 1, 2020.

  1. Annual enrollment is your once-a-year opportunity to change your health plan or coverage election.
  2. You may make certain changes to your elections within 60 days of a qualifying event. Qualifying events include marriage, birth/adoption, involuntary loss of other coverage, spouse’s Annual Enrollment or return from an approved FMLA or military leave. Your doctor or hospital leaving a network is not a qualifying event. For complete details, go to
  3. New hires must enroll in coverage within the first ten days of employment.
  4. Doctors and hospitals within your network may change during the year. If your provider is no longer available, your health insurance carrier will help you find a new one.
  5. When checking provider coverage and tiers, specify the health insurance product’s full name, such as “Tufts Health Plan Spirit” or “Tufts Health Plan Navigator,” and not just “Tufts Health Plan.” Your health insurance carrier is the best source for this information.