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Message from the NCRGEA Director – March 25, 2020

At this moment, thousands of government employees all across North Carolina are mobilized and actively fighting to protect their fellow citizens from the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.

In their fight to keep North Carolina and its people safe from this deadly virus, they are backed up by a strong foundation of public health, public safety, and efficient administration that has been built up over many decades by those who came before them. The state already had a solid infrastructure that made it possible for authorities and healthcare providers to make quick and decisive responses to an emergency.

Please remember the hundreds of thousands of retired government employees, many of whom are now in jeopardy to contract this potentially lethal virus. Older people are at much higher risk of life-threatening illness if they become ill with COVID-19. 

The NCRGEA has put together a set of resources to help both retirees and those close to them to stay informed and protect themselves from the spread of Coronavirus. We are advocating on behalf of retired government employees and working with organizations helping to preserve the health of older North Carolinians and facilitate the recovery of those who do become ill.


Richard Rogers
NCRGEA Executive Director

Richard Rogers
Executive Director

Governmental Relations

The Governmental Relations of the North Carolina Retired Governmental Employees’ Association is composed of seven members of our Board of Directors who are appointed by the President. This Committee is responsible for reviewing proposed legislation, recommending legislative goals for the Association to the Executive Committee, and working with representatives of the retirement systems and the General Assembly to improve legislation to retired governmental employees.

Member Benefits

There are quite a few benefits to being a member of our group and the North Carolina Retired Governmental Employees’ Association is always looking for ways to not only help but enhance the quality of life for our members. From medical and health benefits to informative newsletters that keep you in the know, district meetings and a strong and powerful voice in Raleigh – our 68,000+ retired local and state governmental employees have joined together and enjoy the many benefits of their NCRGEA membership.