​Select Committee on Pension Policy

Publications
LEOFF Merger Study2016 Interim
SCPP Study of WSPRS Recruitment and Retention Options2016 Interim

This study, mandated under Chapter 28, Laws of 2016, reviews pension-related options for recruiting and retaining Washington State Patrol commissioned officers.

Early Retirement Factors:  School District Survey​January 31, 2016

This survey is the result of the Executive Committee directing SCPP staff to work with the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction to poll Washington's school districts for information about substitute teachers. The results of the survey are below.

Survey Summary

Final Survey Results (Note:  File is locked, please select the "Read Only" button to open.) 

SCPP Study of High-Risk Job Classification and School Employee ERFsDecember 24, 2012

 This study, mandated under Chapter 7, Laws of 2012, First Special Session, evaluates:

  • High-risk job classes for possible inclusion in the Public Safety Employees' Retirement System.
  • Classroom employee effectiveness and the possible creation of different ERFs for school employees.
SCPP Study of HERPsMay 18, 2012

This study, mandated under Chapter 47, Laws of 2011, First Special Session, evaluates the suitability and necessity of Higher Education Retirement Plans for employees in various positions within higher education institutions.

 
2013 Legislative Update - Pension BillsOctober 29, 2013

This document provides a summary of pension and pension-related bills from the 2013 Legislative Session. The Legislative Update includes bill status at the end of session, a summary of costs, and links to detailed bill information on the Legislature's web site.

 
Pension Education & Overview

On this page you will find information about the pension systems, governing RCWs, and other useful resources. There are also links to SCPP-sponsored pension education session YouTube videos, as well as PDFs of the PowerPoints used during the presentations.

 
SCPP GoalsSeptember 27, 2005

SCPP Goals for Washington State public pensions, revised and adopted September 27, 2005.

 

LINKS

Information on the funding of the Washington retirement systems can be accessed through the Office of the State Actuary website.