Gulf Coast Community Services Association Inc., Houston, is searching for third-party administrators for its 401(k) plan.
The association is seeking proposals from firms that provide record-keeping, administrative, investment and other services, according to an RFP posted on its website.
The RFP does not disclose the names of the current administrators or whether they are invited to rebid. Its most recent Form 5500 filing lists VALIC (now known as Corebridge Financial) and Voya Financial as the current providers.
As of Dec. 31, the Gulf Coast Community Services Association 401(k) Plan had $12 million in assets, according to the most recent Form 5500 filing.
The RFP is available on the GCCSA's website. Proposals are due at 5 p.m. CST on Dec. 16. A selection is tentatively scheduled for sometime in February.
Jonita Reynolds, CEO of the Gulf Coast Community Services Association, could not be immediately reached for further information.