UK - The North Yorkshire Police Authority is tendering for a pensions administrator.
The authority is responsible for providing payroll services for approximately 2,500 current employees and 1,400 receiving pensions. There are no fund management requirements.
Between 5-10 service providers will be invited to tender.
The contract will start for three years from February 1, 2003 with possible extensions of up to three years.
Expressions of interest should be in by May 16, 2002.
The move is being advised internally.
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