Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) General Employees Retirement System hired DePrince, Race & Zollo and High Pointe Capital to run a total of approximately $44 million in active domestic large-cap value equities, said David Desmond, pension administrator. DePrince is expected to run $34 million and High Pointe $10 million, but final portfolio sizes have not been set, Mr. Desmond said. Partial funding will come from the performance-based termination of Rorer Asset, which ran $37 million in a similar portfolio for the $282 million plan, he said; the firm was invited to rebid but did not. Additional funding will come from rebalancing. Dahab & Associates assisted. A Rorer spokeswoman declined comment.