The Facts on Public Pensions

Public pensions continue to be a topic of great concern to state policymakers across the country. Struggling from years of insufficient contributions, combined with longer-living retiree populations, many states face mounting public pension liabilities. Understanding how your state’s plan compares to others around the country and having access to reliable data about pension plans are both essential  to making evidence-based policy decisions. This FREE CSG eCademy session, presented in partnership with the Center for State and Local Government Excellence, offers background on the state of public pension systems and introduces a free tool which can be used to inform debates about retirement security issues: Public Plans Data.

 

The Facts on Public Pensions
Tuesday, March 29, 2 p.m. EDT 
FREE CSG eCademy Webcast

 

 

Download the slides in PDF.

 

Presenters

 

Jean-Pierre Aubry
Associate director of state and local research, Center for Retirement Research
 

David Craik
Pension administrator, Delaware

 

Elizabeth Kellar
President/CEO, Center for State and Local Government Excellence
 

Bert Scoglietti
OMB director of policy, Delaware  

 

 

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