OPM seeks applicants for the MSP Program. If you are interested in becoming an MSP Issuer, you must first submit a Notice of Intent to Apply (NOIA). OPM will provide you with information on how to access the application once you have submitted a NOIA.
If you represent an entity that is interested in offering limited wraparound coverage in conjunction with coverage offered under the Multi-State Plan (MSP) Program (in accordance with the requirements set forth in 26 CFR 54.9831-1(c)(3)(vii), 29 CFR 2590.732(c)(3)(vii), and 45 CFR 146.145(b)(3)(vii)), please contact us at email@example.com with the subject line "Limited Wraparound Coverage". An interested entity must contact us at least six months before it proposes to begin offering limited wraparound coverage. The Final Rule on limited wraparound coverage as an excepted benefit is located here.
This Notice of Intent to Apply is only for potential MSP issuers. You cannot apply for health coverage here. If you are a consumer who wants to enroll for health insurance, please refer to the consumer page.
If you are interested in becoming an MSP issuer, OPM requires you to submit a Notice of Intent to Apply (NOIA) to gain access to OPM’s MSP Program Application Portal, where you will complete and submit your application. The NOIA is not binding; however, you cannot apply without first submitting one.
To submit a NOIA, you can send an email to MSPPIssuer@opm.gov, stating your name; title; contact information, including telephone and email address; the name of your company; and the company’s address; or fill out the form below.
Once OPM confirms that your submission represents a health insurance issuer or group of issuers with potential nationwide scope, we will contact you with instructions on how to access the online MSP Program Application Portal.
A Notice of Intent to Apply is required in order to complete the Multi-State Plan Program Application for New Issuers. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management reserves the right to modify this application, as necessary, and to request additional information from applicants.
The application cycle for Plan Year 2017 has ended. The Plan Year 2018 application will be available to interested issuers in the spring of 2017.