PSPRS always protects the trust that provides retiree and survivor pensions, even during volatile times.
Additional pension debt contributions top $ 1.5 billion
Arizona's public safety and corrections employers move at record pace to eliminate costly pension debt, secure member retirements and save taxpayers money.
House Bill 2381
Changes are coming to the member retirement application process and a new state law will soon require training for local board members appointed or elected as of January 1, 2022.
Message to members about COVID-19
PSPRS is temporarily suspending in-person consultations and limiting public access to the office building; all benefits and services will continue without interruption. Here's how to reach the different departments of the agency.
Upcoming Scheduled Board of Trustees Meeting - October 27, 2021View All
System UpdatesView All
FAQ: Coronavirus, the stock market and your pensionMarch 19, 2020
Michael Smarik named PSPRS deputy administratorMarch 18, 2020
He has the "perfect skillset” for pension duties, says Administrator Mike Townsend.