The following links will take you off the ERS website and to the websites of our benefit programs.
Administered by Superior Vision
News and resources for benefits coordinators and HR professionals
Register with us
Go to Community
Vendors, Benefits Administrators, Investment Service Providers or External Advisors
Get answers to questions about my ERS retirement
Take steps to protect yourself and family members from mosquito bites. Even better: prevent mosquitos from breeding altogether!
Sun safety should be second nature for sun-drenched Texans. Still, it’s important to be extra cautious during these sizzling summer months, when the sun’s rays can be especially harmful.
Effective May 1, 2018, Texans with disabilities have a new option to save and plan for their financial futures. It’s called the Texas Achieving a Better Life Experience (Texas ABLE®) Program.
From now until July 27, active employees and retirees not enrolled in Medicare will have the opportunity to enroll in new benefit programs or change current coverage for themselves and their eligible dependents.
If you plan to enroll your spouse and/or children in health insurance offered through the Texas Employees Group Benefits Program (GBP), you will need to verify their eligibility.
Maria Zepeda has worked at the Smith Unit, a maximum-security prison for male offenders in Lamesa, Texas for more than 16 years. She says her most challenging and rewarding job is to remind employees to look “at the overall picture,” when assessing the advantages of working for the state.
Ask Cassandra Johnson what “HMO” means and she may likely tell you the letters stand for the “hassle-free medical option.
Vanessa Alba has had many victories since she had a stroke five years ago. Her fierce determination, along with a health care plan that offer great support, have led to restored health and independence.
At the early stages of breast cancer, sometimes the tumors are so small, they cannot be felt—no matter how thorough the self-examination. That’s what Jennifer Gaskill found. Her annual mammogram proved to be a lifesaver.
Most evenings, ERS retiree Charlie Keen enjoys some of the most beautiful sunsets in Texas from the deck of his home overlooking Lake Travis.