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  1. Boca Raton Airport Authority sticks with ICMA-RC

    trueBoca Raton (Fla.) Airport Authority will continue to use ICMA-RC as bundled provider for its 401(a) and 457 plans.

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  1. North Dakota employees adds DFA fund, drops Parnassus option for DC plans

    trueNorth Dakota Public Employees Retirement System added the Dimensional Fund Advisors U.S. Small Cap fund as an investment option in its $31.6 million 401(a) plan and $61 million 457 companion plan.

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  2. Coweta County taps BB&T as consultant

    trueCoweta County, Newnan, Ga., hired BB&T Corp. as investment consultant for its defined benefit plan and two defined contribution plans.

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  3. Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators switches record keepers

    trueDeseret Mutual Benefit Administrators hired Great-West Retirement Services as record keeper of its thrift plan.

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  4. Montana Public Employees swaps total return bond funds in 401(a) plan

    trueMontana Public Employees' Retirement Board added the Prudential Total Return Bond Fund, managed by Prudential Fixed Income, as an investment option in its $121 million 401(a) plan.

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  5. St. Johns River Water Management District seeks consultant for 2 DC plans

    trueSt. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, Fla., is searching for an investment consultant for the district's 457 and 401(a) plans.

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  6. Montana University System seeks record keeper for DC plans

    trueMontana University System is seeking a record keeper for its $482 million 401(a) and $164 million 403(b) defined contribution plans.

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  7. Montana Public Employees chooses Buck Consultants for 2 DC plans

    trueMontana Public Employees Retirement Board hired Buck Consultants as investment consultant for the state's 401(a) and 457 plans.

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  8. Oklahoma law creates DC plan for some new public employees

    trueOklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin on Friday signed a bill that would create a new defined contribution plan for some future public workers.

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  9. San Bernardino County seeks record keeper for 4 DC plans

    trueSan Bernardino County (Calif.) is searching for a record keeper for its four defined contribution plans, said Bill Tugaw, president and CEO at SST Benefits Consulting, which is assisting with the search.

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  10. New Jersey sticks with Prudential Retirement as provider for 2 DC plans

    trueNew Jersey Department of the Treasury, Trenton, rehired Prudential Retirement as bundled provider for its 457(b) and 401(a) plans, spokesman Christopher Santarelli wrote in an e-mail.

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  11. Oklahoma Senate sends bill to create DC plan to governor

    trueThe Oklahoma Senate passed a bill last week that would shift some new employees into a new defined contribution plan administered by the $8 billion Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System.

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  12. Arkansas city seeks bundled provider for 401(a) plan

    trueMaumelle, Ark., is seeking a bundled provider for its $2.5 million 401(a) plan.

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  13. Oklahoma PERS takes T. Rowe Price emerging markets option off watch

    trueOklahoma Public Employees Retirement System took a T. Rowe Price emerging markets equity investment option off watch for the combined $870 million SoonerSave 457 and 401(a) plans.

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