West Virginia State Treasurer's Office, Charleston, is searching for an investment consultant for its SMART529 program.
The office is seeking an investment consultant to advise the program's board of trustees on the money management of the $318 million West Virginia Savings Plan Trust Fund and $27 million Prepaid Tuition Trust Fund. Current consultant NEPC is eligible to rebid, said Alberta Kincaid, chief procurement officer for the state treasurer's office, in an email.
The RFP is available on the state treasurer's website. Proposals are due at 11:30 a.m. EDT on May 7. A timeline for a decision has yet to be determined.