What's New

The Public Employees Benefits Program (PEBP)


Board Meeting

The PEBP Board is expected to meet next on January 15 (tenative) in the PEBP Board Room in the Richard Bryan Building at 901 South Stewart Street, Suite 1002. A link to the board agenda and packet will be posted below when it is available. There will be no PEBP Board meeting in February, however, weekly legislative update meetings are expected to be held during the 2015 legislative session beginning in March.




In other news from the PEBP web-site:

Did you know PEBP offers a virtual library of instructional videos designed to assist you with learning about your benefits. Check them out by clicking on the link posted below.




Public Employees Retirement System of Nevada (PERS)



Board Meeting

The next regular meeting of the PERS Board is Wednesday, January 21 and will be held at the board offices in Las Vegas on Eastern Avenue. A link to the board agenda will be posted here when it becomes available.





The study of Nevada PERS came at the request of Governor Sandoval. The report was revealed this month and contained good news.

To read the entire report, including an introduction from PERS Executive Officer Tina Leiss, click on the link below:














To view the latest information on legislative hearings please click on the link provided below. RPEN will have at least three paid lobbyists representing both active and retired public employees at all times during the session. We will post information and legislative updates here when warranted.



To view the latest Bill Draft Requests

(650 as of December 11, 2014)filed prior to the

2015 Legislative Session please click on the link below:




RPEN is currently tracking 12 of the 650 BDR's. Included are BDR's 184 and 185, from Reno State Assemblyman Randy Kirner. 184 seeks to create an interim task force to examine alternatives to the current Public Employees' Retirement System. BDR 185 seeks to revise provisions governing PERS. During the 2013 session, Assemblyman Kirner also sought to introduce a new hybrid pension plan for all new state government employees, however that bill never received a hearing.

Another BDR RPEN is watching is BDR 566, which comes from newly elected Assemblyman PK O'Neill of Carson City and seeks to revise provisions governing crimes committed against older and vulnerable persons. Once the session is underway RPEN will be well represented in Carson City by our Legislative Advocate Marlene Lockard and Executive Director Marty Bibb.

Check back to our web site periodically during the session for Legislative Updates that will be posted here.



Retired Public Employees of Nevada (RPEN)

The next regular meeting of RPEN's Executive Committee, will be January 20-21 and held in Carson City.

If you have questions about any information posted on our web-site you can reach the State Office of RPEN in Carson City by calling




* When the Nevada State Legislature is in session, or when special legislative hearings are being held in the off session years you can view those hearings over the Internet by going to the following web-site: www.leg.state.nv.us

Just go to that web-site and click on Listen to Meetings Live on the Internet