Los Alamos County, N.M., is searching for a bundled provider for its 401(a) and 457 plans.
The county is seeking a firm to provide administration, record keeping, investment management and consulting, communication and education, and custodial trustee services, according to an RFP emailed by Derrill Rodgers, deputy chief procurement officer.
The RFP did not disclose whether current provider ICMA-RC is eligible to rebid.
The RFP can be obtained by emailing the county's procurement department. Proposals are due at 2 p.m. MDT on June 16. A selection is expected on July 30.
Questions were referred to Kat Brophy, the county's benefits and pension manager, who could not be immediately reached for further information.