Boards and Committees
Local Government Commission
Provides oversight and assistance to local governments and authorities in financial and debt management practices and to provide guidelines, oversight and approval of the issuance of debt for all local units. For more information, please see the fact sheet.
NC Capital Facilities Finance Agency
Provides the benefits of tax-exempt financing for qualified nonprofit, private institutions of higher education, private elementary and secondary schools, and a variety of private nonprofit entities that provide services that are in the public interest. For more information, please see the fact sheet.
Investment Advisory Committee
Code of Ethics
Provides opinion on policies and general strategy for achieving investment of the Fund, including asset allocation, in consultation with the Investment Management Division personnel. For more information on meeting times, agendas and minutes, please click here.
Retirement Systems Board of Trustees
Board of Trustees for the Supplemental Retirement Plans
Administers the Supplemental Retirement Income Plan established under the Supplemental Retirement Income Act of 1984 and the North Carolina Public Employee Deferred Compensation Plan. For more information, please see the fact sheet.
Boards of Trustees for the Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System and Local Governmental Employees’ Retirement System
Maintains administration and responsibility for the proper operation of the North Carolina Retirement System. For more information on meeting times, agendas and minutes, please click here
Department's Audit CommitteeMembers
Provides oversight responsibilities including ensuring integrity of financial reports and other financial information provided to any governmental body or the public, performance of the Internal Audit Division, and compliance with internal controls regarding finance, accounting, legal compliance and operating procedures.
Investment Fiduciary Governance Commission
The establishment of an independent, bipartisan commission was announced to examine and consider governance reforms of the North Carolina pension fund's investment program.