The City of Atlanta issued an RFP for a record keeper for its $32 million 401(a) plan. The city is conducting the search as part of its due diligence, said Kurt Lofters, consultant at Gray & Co. Incumbent ING is invited to rebid. Proposals are due Oct. 3, with the city hoping to hire a firm by the end of October. Elsa Castro, contracting officer at the city, and Tanya Jackson, director of pensions, did not return calls seeking comment. More information is available at www.atlantaga.gov/business/rfp_generalfund.aspx.