Nashville Electric Service, Nashville, Tenn., is searching for a bundled provider for its $92 million 457 plan, according to an RFQ posted on its website.
The request for qualification, issued by the Electric Power Board of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, seeks “proposals for record-keeping, administrative and financial advisory services.”
Proposals are due Aug. 9. Finalist presentations are tentatively scheduled for Sept. 27, with a decision expected on Oct. 24.
The RFQ is available on the power board's website.
Robert A. McCabe Jr., chairman of the board, and Teresa Corlew, spokeswoman, did not return phone calls for further information by press time.