As we celebrate this milestone many of us at ERS have been reflecting not just on the past 75 years, but on the decades ahead. Read more about this milestone and how our programs continue to serve members and retirees.
While your financial needs, goals and dreams may change, protecting your loved ones will always be important.
September 2, 2022, marked 75 years since the ERS first opened in 1947, with only three employees working out of a few rooms of a North Congress Avenue apartment building. Share your story!
The annual benefits enrollment period for participants in the Texas Employees Group Benefits Program (GBP) who are not eligible for Medicare will start soon. Find out when to enroll, premiums and more.
State of Texas VisionSM participants, Plan Year 2022 benefits will expire soon. Discover when your benefits will expire and the benefits available to you.
In a few months, ERS will be 75 years old! We are excited to be celebrating this big milestone. A lot has changed. Learn about the ways we’re trying to stay engaged with you and others in our community.
On April 26 and 27, ERS held its biennial Staying Connected retiree fairs in Austin. Read more about this event.
During May we will be providing opportunities to connect and explore topics related to mental health so we can all help to improve our workplace cultures across the state.
Discussing financial matters with the loved ones you will leave behind when you die is difficult, but necessary. Read this refresher about the State of Texas benefits that may be available to your survivors and the steps they should take upon your death.
These days, getting together to learn, celebrate or just visit with one another can be a challenge. ERS encourages retirees to stay connected with us, with their health care providers and with each other, even when it means trying new ways to interact.