• Additional pension debt contributions top $ 1.5 billion

    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.

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  • House Bill 2381

    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. 

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  • Message to members about COVID-19

    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. 

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Public Safety Personnel

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Elected Officials

Upcoming Scheduled Board of Trustees Meeting - October 27, 2021

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System Updates

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FAQ: Coronavirus, the stock market and your pension

PSPRS always protects the trust that provides retiree and survivor pensions, even during volatile times.

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Michael Smarik named PSPRS deputy administrator

He has the "perfect skillset” for pension duties, says Administrator Mike Townsend.

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Members Only, employer and local board portal notice

Password change required for all portal users - security upgrades complete.

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Stakeholders discuss IRS Section 115 trusts

Soon to be proposed legislation to expand employer options

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