South Dakota
Retirement System
Proudly Serving South Dakota's Public Employees Since 1974


Information Update Mailing

SDRS recently mailed each active, inactive, and retired member a packet to their home mailing address. The packet contained an SDRS ID card (for Foundation members only; Generational members receive their SDRS ID card shortly after they are first enrolled in SDRS) and an information update form (designed specifically for this mailing). Many members also received an E-5 Beneficiary Designation form and an E-5A Transfer to Minor form. If you have not already done so, you are encouraged to complete any/all necessary forms to ensure your information is up to date and according to your wishes. You may use the return envelope included with your packet to return forms directly to SDRS at PO Box 1098, Pierre, SD 57501.


Protect Your Personal Information

SDRS is cautious about protecting your personal information. To limit the use of Social Security numbers in SDRS-related correspondence, please remember to use your SDRS ID number provided on your SDRS ID card. This helps both you and SDRS keep your personal information secure.

Beware of scams! Because scams are all too common in the world we live in today and directly affect South Dakotans, including members of the South Dakota Retirement System, we are reminding you that SDRS will not call members to request personal information. If you receive a call from someone claiming to be an SDRS representative requesting personal information, do not provide the information and hang up immediately. Likewise, if you receive an email or text, do not reply. Please notify SDRS at 1-888-605-SDRS (7377) or 1-605-773-3731. We also recommend that you provide the phone number or email address and a description of the call or message to the Attorney General's Office, Division of Consumer Protection, at 1-800-300-1986 or 1-605-773-4400.