CalPERS Responds

Earlier this week, I wrote about the many scandals that have been swirling about the California Public Employees Retirement System. A good sign that an organization is feeling embattled is when it sets up a website dedicated to providing responses. Two years ago, CalPERS did just that when it created its “CalPERS Responds” website and included a prominent link to the new site on the CalPERS website.

Marc Lifsher’s Los Angeles Times story regarding CalPERS’ e-mail retention policy must have touched a nerve in Sacramento because CalPERS posted a response this week on its “CalPERS Responds” website. I was also contacted by Brad Pacheco, the Division Chief for CalPERS’ Office of Public Affairs. He wrote to tell me...

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