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[IWS] Census: 2012 SURVEY OF PUBLIC PENSIONS: STATE- AND LOCALLY-ADMINISTERED DEFINED BENEFIT DATA [29 April 2014]
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2012 Survey of Public Pensions: State- and Locally-Administered Defined Benefit Data [29 April 2014]
Tip Sheet 29 April 2014
2012 Census of Governments: Finance — Survey of Public Pensions: State- and Locally-Administered Defined Benefit Data
Provides a comprehensive look at the financial activity and membership information for the nation's approximately 4,000 state- and locally-administered public-employee pension systems, including revenues, expenditures, cash and investment holdings, membership and beneficiaries. The Census of Governments: Finance — Survey of Public Pensions, conducted quinquennially (years ending in "2" and "7"), is the only source of data on all state and local pension systems. The total cash and investment holdings of the nation's state- and locally-administered defined benefit pensions systems totaled $3.1 trillion in 2012.
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