New York City Retirement Systems issued an RFP to expand its economically targeted investments program. Investments made through the $69 billion systems program must provide benefits to the citys moderate and middle-income neighborhoods, including housing, economic development and jobs. Michael Egbert, spokesman, said no deadline has been set for submissions in order to increase opportunities for new and creative proposals; the cutoff date will be determined after proposals start coming in. Also, no funding amount has been established, and funding sources have not been determined. The RFP is open to various entities, including financial institutions, insurance companies, not-for-profit corporations and foundations. The RFP is available on the city comptrollers website, at www.comptroller.nyc.gov.