Adds Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer to those positions for which the Teachers’ Retirement Board has authority to establish desired competencies, set terms and conditions of employment and fix the compensation levels.
Clarifies the definition of service that can be reported to CalSTRS and includes CalSTRS membership for those in partial certificated positions. Remedies membership issues for individuals in classified positions who were erroneously reported to CalSTRS.
Consistent with existing authority set forth in the California State Constitution, authorizes the boards of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System and the California Public Employees’ Retirement System to enter into agreements, contracts or other arrangement for investment-related services under the boards’ terms and conditions in lieu of state contracting requirements.
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