NASRA Research on Public Retirement Systems How Census data informs NASRA analyses Alex Brown N...
National Association of StateRetirement Administrators• NASRA members are directors of the nation’s largest statewide pub...
What Can We Learn? NASRA’s research focus is to present objective information based on industry-wide data. In the past Cen...
DataThe Census serves as the sole provider ofcomprehensive data on the state and local governmentpension community. • St...
Spending on Pensions NASRA Issue Brief: State and Local Government Spending on ...
Sources of Revenue NASRA Issue Brief: Public Pension Plan Investment ...
Economic Effects NASRA/NCTR Issue Brief: Market Declines and Public Pensions Source: State & Local Public Employee Reti...
Economic Effects NASRA, NCPERS, and NCTR: Submission to the President’s Advisory Panel on Federal Ta...
Wikipension• A resource for objective information on public retirement systems• Target audience public pension stakehol...
Public Fund Survey • Produced and maintained annually by NASRA and NCTR • Representative of most st...
Looking Forward• Relevance • As standards and requirements evolve, so do the types of data collected by researchers...
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NASRA Presentation to APDU

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. NASRA Research on Public Retirement Systems How Census data informs NASRA analyses Alex Brown NASRA Research Associate January 25, 2012
  • 2. National Association of StateRetirement Administrators• NASRA members are directors of the nation’s largest statewide public retirement systems• NASRA activities include government relations, and producing and contributing to research materials.
  • 3. What Can We Learn? NASRA’s research focus is to present objective information based on industry-wide data. In the past Census data has been helpful in answering questions such as: • How much do state and local governments spend on pension benefits? • How are public pension funds comprised? • What are the economic effects of public pension benefits?
  • 4. DataThe Census serves as the sole provider ofcomprehensive data on the state and local governmentpension community. • State & Local Public-Employee Retirement Systems • Aggregate assets, contributions, benefit payments, and membership • Finances of Selected State and Local Government Employee Retirement Systems • Aggregate assets, contributions, benefit payments, and membership • State and Local Government Finances • Aggregate totals for state and local spending
  • 5. Spending on Pensions NASRA Issue Brief: State and Local Government Spending on Public Employee Retirement Systems Source: 2008 State & Local Public-Employee Retirement Systems Data; 2008 State and Local Government Finances
  • 6. Sources of Revenue NASRA Issue Brief: Public Pension Plan Investment Returns Source: State & Local Public-Employee Retirement Systems Data 1982-2009
  • 7. Economic Effects NASRA/NCTR Issue Brief: Market Declines and Public Pensions Source: State & Local Public Employee Retirement Systems, 1995-2006; State and Local Government Finances
  • 8. Economic Effects NASRA, NCPERS, and NCTR: Submission to the President’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, June 10, 2005 “State and local retirement systems distribute over $120 billion annually in pension and other benefits, an amount that exceeds the entire economic output of 22 states and the District of Columbia. These distributions are a key source of economic stimulus and activity that reaches literally every city and town in the nation” Source: State & Local Public Employee Retirement Systems
  • 9. Wikipension• A resource for objective information on public retirement systems• Target audience public pension stakeholders, retirement system staff and trustees, members of the media, policymakers and their staff• State profiles built using Census data provide accurate and accessible information under important categories.
  • 10. Public Fund Survey • Produced and maintained annually by NASRA and NCTR • Representative of most state and local public employee retirement systems (about 85%) • Census data serves as a helpful benchmark, particularly on aggregate data
  • 11. Looking Forward• Relevance • As standards and requirements evolve, so do the types of data collected by researchers• Frequency • Regular, timely data is critical for NASRA initiatives that are produced and distributed at regular intervals• Additional dimensions • Defined contribution plans • Hybrid plans • Supplemental plans • Internal vs. external management

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