Pension Sustainability Commission

PA 17-2 June Special Session Sec. 180. (Effective from passage) (a) There is established a Connecticut Pension Sustainability Commission to study the feasibility of placing state capital assets in a trust and maximizing those assets for the sole benefit of the state pension system. Such commission shall (1) perform a preliminary inventory of state capital assets for the purpose of determining the extent and suitability of those assets for inclusion in such a trust; (2) study the potential impact that the inclusion and maximization of such state capital assets in such a trust may have on the unfunded liability of the state pension system; (3) make recommendations on the appropriateness of placing state assets in a trust and maximizing those assets for the sole benefit of the state pension system; (4) examine the state facility plan prepared pursuant to section 4b-23 of the general statutes and the inventories of state real property submitted pursuant to section 4-67g of the general statutes; and (5) if found to be appropriate by the members of the commission, make recommendations for any legislative or administrative action necessary for establishing a process to (A) create and manage such a trust, and (B) identify specific state capital assets for inclusion in such a trust.

Contact

Pension Sustainability Commission
  • Tom Spinella, Committee Administrator- Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
  • Legislative Office Building, Room 3700
  • Hartford, CT 06106
  •   (860) 240-0463
  
  Membership List

Meetings

  Informational Documents  

 

  December 12, 2018  

  December 3, 2018  

  November 28, 2018  

  November 16, 2018  

  October 31, 2018  

  October 26, 2018  

  October 25, 2018  

  October 23, 2018  

  October 17, 2018  

  September 21, 2018  

  September 7, 2018  

  August 17, 2018  

  July 24, 2018