State of Tennessee Deferred Compensation Program, Nashville, is searching for a firm to provide third-party administration and record-keeping services for its $699 million 401(k) plan and $138 million 457 plan, confirmed Deana Hannah, director of deferred compensation. The contract of incumbent Great-West Retirement Services is set to expire Dec. 31. Program officials have not been dissatisfied with Great-West's performance and the firm will be reconsidered, Ms. Hannah said. State officials are scheduled to make a selection Dec. 6. The plans mirror each other and each offers 11 investment options from Fidelity Investments, Calvert Group, State Street Global Advisors, Regions Bank and ING.