Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System

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Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System
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Agency overview
Formed 1923
Headquarters 30 North Third Street
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Website http://www.sers.state.pa.us

Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System (also known as SERS) is an independent administrative board of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that manages the public pension system for state employees in Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1923.[1]

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  1. ^ "SERS Introduction". SERS Member Handbook Content. Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System. 2009-09-21.