The Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS), established September 1, 1957, is governed by the statutes of the state of Missouri.
The system administers retirement, life insurance, and long-term disability benefits to most state employees, including members of the Missouri General Assembly, elected state officials, judges, and administrative law judges and legal advisors.
Responsibility for the operation and administration of MOSERS is vested in an eleven-member board of trustees.
The day-to-day management of MOSERS is delegated to the executive director who is appointed by the board. The executive director, deputy executive director-chief operations officer, and the deputy executive director-chief investment officer are responsible for planning, organizing, and administering the operations of the system under the broad policy guidelines and direction of the board.
View our current annual report
MOSERS' bidding opportunities and recently awarded requests.
A listing of the departments/agencies MOSERS administers retirement, life insurance and long-term disability (LTD) benefits for.
If you encounter an error with your personal benefit information.
Find names and titles for all eleven of our trustees.
Current career opportunities with MOSERS are located here.
Learn how our internal auditors improve the effectiveness of risk management.
Read information regarding the current legislative session.
Find MOSERS' mission and core values here.
Read newsletters written for MOSERS' members and our Board of Trustees.
MOSERS follows state and industry standards on protecting the privacy of our membership.
Results from surveys and other informational findings are located here.
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Learn more about MOSERS composition, including our organizational structure.