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About the HPAA  (Feb 8, 2024)

Member-supported, independent association operated by former U.S. employees of HP and HPE.

Helping each other with life after HP/HPE. Online forums with member Q-and-A discussions on details of EER, WFR/Layoff, COBRA, retiree health benefits, and transition to Medicare, stock, 401(k), pensions, and other financial issues. Join HPAA at no charge.

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Join our forums. If formerly a regular, direct U.S. employee of HP or HPE -- or in the process of leaving. We welcome others who could benefit from our forums and updates: spouses/partners, those receiving company benefits -- dependents, DEC and EDS retirees -- and heirs with HP/HPE-related stock. No charge, thanks to HPAA's Supporting Members. Join at hpalumni.org/join

Discussions: We use the Google Groups system. hpalumni.org/guide Read, comment, and post questions via email. (You can use your browser to view a thread or search past discussions: hpalumni.org/view )

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Question? Email: info@hpalumni.org

The HPAA was founded in 2000. The Hewlett-Packard Alumni Association, Inc. is a California nonprofit mutual benefit corporation incorporated in 2010 under IRS Section 501(c)(7). (EIN 273186972; CA 3325058.)

The IRS classifies the HPAA as a Social Club for mutual benefit, therefore not tax deductible.

If we have been helpful to you, please consider becoming a Supporting Member of the independent HP Alumni Association.

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Gentiana calycosa, Rainier Pleated Gentian. Photo by Bill Hewlett

Rainier Pleated Gentian. Placer County, California.
Photo by Bill Hewlett. © California Academy of Sciences.
For more of Bill's native wildflower photos, go to UC Berkeley CalPhotos and enter "Hewlett " in "Photographer "

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