Annual Partners
  
alt Anthem logo alt alt
Welcome !
Advocating for Active and Retired
State Employees and Educators
  
The Georgia State Retirees Association (GSRA) is an organization focused on keeping retirees and prospective retirees from all parts of Georgia Government informed about any impacts to promised retiree and health insurance benefits.

To contact your U.S. and Georgia legislators, click HERE

GSRA 2023 Annual Meeting pictures now available: click HERE to view PowerPoint!
 
From the GSRA 2023 Annual Meeting at the Columbus Convention and Trade Center on October 9th, Chairman Allan Hill sings new GSRA "3% COLA" theme songs: HERE
 
 
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words.  Follow this link to charts that provide a visual representation of the results of our COLA Impact Survey
 
GSRA's deepest gratitude to former legislative service award recipient and State employees' and retirees' constant champion, Sen. Nan Orrock for her passionate support for us from the Senate well. Please see 2:16:35 in video:

Nan Orrock appeals to GA Senate to restore ERS COLA

GSRA MEMBERS SPEAK OUT ON NEW ECONOMIC HARDSHIPS THEY ARE FACING

GSRA creates COLA Impact Survey to gather information and feedback on the impact on GSRA members/ERS retirees of not receiving full annually-compounding COLAs/”raises” since 2009.  Results posted above!

GSRA Board approves FY23-25 Strategic Plan

 ERS Board Acts to Approve a 1.5% COLA for Retirees

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Members, login and click here: Newsletters to read the May 2024 Newsletter.
 

The May Newsletter contains an update on the 2024 Annual Meeting in Macon, The Home Office by President Robert Riddle, Local Chapter News, and more!

 

 

Your Legislative Committee has been active, meeting with a key advisor to Gov. Kemp and with several important legislators to obtain support for our issues. We will report on further progress in upcoming weeks. Our professional liaison Chuck Clay and our other Legislative Committee members continue to meet with those legislators including both house's retirement committee chairs, John Carson and Randy Robertson.