Tennessee Department of the Treasury, Nashville, is searching for an actuarial consultant, said Shelli King, spokeswoman for David H. Lillard Jr., state treasurer, in an email.
The department has issued an RFP for a firm to provide actuarial services are for the $50.8 billion Tennessee Consolidated Retirement System and $13 million Baccalaureate Education System Trust, the state's 529 plan, both in Nashville.
The current actuarial consultant is Findley, formed by the merger of Findley Davies and Bryan, Pendleton, Swats & McAllister in 2016. The latter firm was previously the consultant for the two plans, rehired in 2014 when the services were last put up for bid.
Findley is invited to rebid, Ms. King said.
The RFP is available on the state's procurement website. Proposals are due Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. CST. A decision is expected on March 25.