SCPP: Merger Study Survey

Select Committee on Pension Policy:
 Merger Study Survey
Section 106 of the 2016 Supplemental Operating Budget requires the Select Committee on Pension Policy (SCPP) to study the implications of a merger of the Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Plan 1 retirement system with the Teachers Retirement System Plan 1.
You have received this email because the study proviso requires the SCPP to receive stakeholder input. The survey linked below is the first of several methods and venues for stakeholders to provide their input to the SCPP.
SCPP staff is working to identify as many of the questions and concerns to be analyzed over the next few months, and the crux of the linked survey is to reach a wide audience, and make it as easy as possible to provide input to the SCPP.
We want to make sure all interested stakeholders are heard, so please feel free to forward this survey to anyone who may be interested. If you would prefer, please feel free to send a letter or email to the SCPP instead.  


Please complete the Survey as soon as possible 
This is your opportunity to let the SCPP know your feelings and what questions you want answered.


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