Tigard, Ore., rehired NFP Retirement as investment consultant for the city's 401(a) and 457 plans, the city announced in an intent to award letter on its website.
The city issued an RFP in January due to the upcoming expiration of NFP's contract on June 30, said Jennifer Curran, the city's risk manager, at the time.
Cook Street Consulting, Hyas Group, Northwest Capital Management and Retirement Benefits Group were the other bidders. It could not be immediately learned whether any were finalists.
MassMutual Financial is the record keeper for the plans, which have a combined $57 million in assets.
Ms. Curran could not be immediately reached for further information.