The state of Nebraska rehired State Street Corp. as global custodian for about $13.3 billion in retirement and other assets managed by the Nebraska Investment Council, Lincoln, confirmed Dave Bomberger, state investment officer. State Street has been Nebraskas custodian since 1995. State Streets current contract was set to expire in September, and an RFP was issued in October 2007. The state also rehired State Street for securities lending services. Since 1995, Nebraska and State Street have enjoyed an incredible partnership, and Im eager to continue our successful collaboration as they assist our state in meeting its investment and financial objectives, Nebraska Treasurer Shane Osborn said in a news release.