Proposed Rules

In accordance with R.S.Mo. §536.016, below is a list of proposed PSRS and PEERS rules recently published by the Missouri Register. In addition to the information provided, there is a link to the Missouri Register.

16 CSR 10-6.060 Service Retirement

PURPOSE: The amendment to 16 CSR 10-6.060 (adding a new Section 5) relates to working after retirement for PEERS members and is necessary pursuant to CCS#2/HCS/SS/SCS/SBs 681 & 662 which became effective on July 1, 2022 pursuant to the bill’s emergency clause. This legislation provides for a temporary waiver (through June 30, 2025) of certain hourly limitations normally placed on PEERS retirees who return to work for covered employers. This legislation was passed to assist covered employers who are struggling to find enough qualified and available substitute teachers. The temporary waiver does not apply to all work performed by PEERS retirees; it applies only to hours for PEERS retirees who return to work to substitute teach. Therefore, to administer this legislation as it relates to PEERS retirees, PEERS must define what it considers to be work that qualifies as substitute teaching under this temporary legislative waiver.

16 CSR 10-5.010 Service Retirement

PURPOSE: The amendment to Section 6 of 16 CSR 10-5.010 relates to working after retirement for PSRS members and is necessary pursuant to CCS#2/HCS/SS/SCS/SBs 681& 662 which became effective on July 1, 2022 pursuant to the bill’s emergency clause. This legislation provides for a temporary waiver (through June 30, 2025) of certain hourly and salary limitations normally placed on PSRS retirees who return to work for covered employers. This legislation was passed to assist covered employers who are struggling to find enough qualified and available substitute teachers. The temporary waiver does not apply to all work performed by PSRS retirees; it applies only to hours and salary for PSRS retirees who return to work to substitute teach. Therefore, to administer this legislation as it relates to PSRS retirees, PSRS must define what it considers to be work that qualifies as substitute teaching under this temporary legislative waiver.