You can make your voice heard to PEBB's governing Board.

The Public Employees Benefits (PEB) Board meets from January to July every year to discuss and vote on PEBB Program benefits. Their meetings are always open to the public. The Board has eight members appointed by the Governor, seven of whom are voting members.

What does the PEB Board do?

The PEB Board works to help ensure PEBB Program members have access to high-quality health care and information. They set eligibility requirements, approve premiums for medical and dental plans (these may vary for employees of employer groups), and approve benefits of all participating health insurance plans, among other policy decisions.

Can I be involved?

Yes! You can attend board meetings if you wish to keep up with benefit and policy changes and make comments at meetings to advocate for PEBB Program member needs. You can also submit comments prior to the meet­ings to be considered by the Board. If you want to hear more, sign up to receive Board meeting email notifications.

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