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Public employees, including state employees have a health plan administered by the Public Employees Benefits Program, based in Carson City,NV

PEBP has a website which provides details of the various benefits and include meeting minutes. There have been some significant plan changes proposed. Check it out at their “stay informed” page. The documents are PDF and make for some interesting and sometimes irritating reading about how we will pay more for less in the future.

 Dick Bryan Building
901 South Stewart Street, Suite 1001
Carson City, Nevada 89701
(775) 684-7000 or (800) 326-5496
Fax: (775) 684-7028 or (775) 684-7036

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SB 427, Revises provisions governing public employees. (BDR 23-1290),  changing PEBP and PERS was passed and awaits the Governor’s signature. To download the PDF version click here or just right click the link and, “Save  …”

The PEBP contribution rate has been made law in SB 415, Establishes for the next biennium the amount to be paid to the Public Employees’ Benefits Program for group insurance for certain active and retired public officers and employees. (BDR S-1191) To download the PDF version click here or just right click the link and, “Save  …”

 

Latest News:

          Geoff Dornan, NV Appeal “Nevada Legislature: Retiree benefit cuts ‘draconian’” – February 19, 2009

          RGJ: “Nevada retirees urge legislators to reject Gibbons’ proposed cuts to their benefits” – February 19, 2009

          PEBP’s 2009 Session webpage. The page is update as legislation is introduced.

Extension of the Plan Year  due to budget uncertainties – February 5, 2009

January 27, 2009 – Legislative Commission’s Budget Subcommittee,Room 4100 of the Legislative Building, 401 S. Carson St., Carson City, NV. 

The PEBP will present its budget overview to the subcommittee. Got to the Legislature’s website to listen/hear the meeting via your PC.

Cy Ryan, LVSun: “Gibbons’ budget hits retired state workers hard” – January 20, 2009

 

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