Alaska Permanent Fund Corp., Juneau, is seeking information on back-office systems to handle data and reporting for its $8.8 billion domestic fixed-income portfolio. The $24.3 billion pension fund uses a variety of systems and has to "cut and paste data to perform analytics, said Marshal Kendziorek, director of information technology. The system wants an off-the-shelf application that is specifically geared for U.S. fixed-income instruments and capable of providing a full array of analytics. Proposals are due July 15. Fund officials hope to decide by September how to proceed.