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OCERS issued a revised Illiquid Investments Advisor RFP
OCERS has issued a revised Request for Proposal seeking a firm to provide consulting services for investments in illiquid assets.
Please see: a) the change to the minimum requirements on page 13 (addition of section 2d); and b) the addition of a list of OCERS’ current real estate investments on pages 26-27. 

OCERS has also issued Responses to your questions.
Click here to go to the RFP page.





OCERS issues Tax Counsel Services RFP
OCERS is issuing a Request for Proposal to solicit proposals from qualified firms to provide tax counsel services. Click here to read the RFP.



Who is OCERS?
OCERS provides lifetime retirement and disability benefits to employees of the County and certain districts. Membership in OCERS is mandatory for all eligible employees. It is, however, optional for certain elected officials and new employees age 60 and over who waive membership. Employee contributions to OCERS is mandatory. However, as a member of OCERS, you neither contribute toward, nor receive credit for, Social Security.


Pre-Retirement Sessions
If you are planning to retire within the next three years, we recommend that you attend our Pre-Retirement Sessions. See our upcoming dates.

Video Library Online

We have instructional videos on our Video Library page. If you are new to OCERS, be sure to watch the FAQ video-Defined Benefit Plan.

myOCERS Registration Support

For information about myOCERS online portal and instructions on how to register and create a new myOCERS portal account, please visit our Registration Support page.

Verification of your monthly benefit ("Award Letter")

OCERS has a feature for payees using myOCERS to view and print a verification of their monthly benefit (also known as an "Award Letter"). The Award Letter displays the payee's retirement date and gross monthly allowance. This is often needed when applying for benefits with Social Security or used as income verification for loans and other financial transactions.

Certain Members Must Choose Their Retirement Benefit Plan
Certain eligible employees hired by the County of Orange and Superior Court are required to elect their retirement benefit formula. To help these eligible members understand details about Plan P ("1.62% at 65") and Plan I/J ("2.7% at 55"), OCERS provides a number of resources to help these members determine which plan is better for them. Click here to learn more.

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Click here to read the latest OCERS Extra eZine for a summary of the most recent Board Meeting!

At Your Service
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