4. Causing an actuarial investigation to be made of all the experience under the Retirement System at least once in each four-year period. The Board shall also cause actuarial gain/loss analyses to be made in conjunction with each actuarial valuation of the System. Pursuant to such investigations and analyses, the Board shall periodically revise the actuarial assumptions used in the computation of employer contribution rates.
5. Causing a biennial actuarial valuation to be made of the assets and liabilities of the Retirement System with respect to each employer. Pursuant to the results of such valuations, the Board shall prepare a statement as to the employer contribution rates applicable to each employer.
9. Purchasing insurance to insure against losses suffered by the Retirement System if any member of the Board or of any advisory committee breaches the standard of care in § 51.1-124.30.
11. Establishing and administering, for the officers and employees of the Retirement System, (i) a compensation plan which is consistent with the provisions set forth in the general appropriations act for this purpose and (ii) a grievance procedure which is consistent with the provisions of § 2.2-1202.1 and any regulations promulgated pursuant thereto.
13. Charging and collecting administrative fees to pay actual costs incurred by the Retirement System in administering and overseeing any retirement plan or service award fund other than the Virginia Retirement System (§ 51.1-124.1 et seq.), the State Police Officers’ Retirement System (§ 51.1-200 et seq.), the Virginia Law Officers’ Retirement System (§ 51.1-211 et seq.), or the Judicial Retirement System (§ 51.1-300 et seq.), for which it is responsible from the Commonwealth or participating political subdivisions whose employees benefit under such retirement plans. Any fee charged under the authority granted herein shall be for costs incurred directly related to the administration and oversight of the retirement plan or service award fund, as determined by the Board. Such fee shall be charged to the employer whose employees benefit under the retirement plan and to the service award fund in the case of costs incurred in administering and overseeing service award funds. Overpayments from benefits received under the Virginia Retirement System, the State Police Officers’ Retirement System, the Virginia Law Officers’ Retirement System, the Judicial Retirement System, the Virginia Sickness and Disability Program under Chapter 11 (§ 51.1-1100 et seq.), the Disability Program for Hybrid Retirement Program Participants under Chapter 11.1 (§ 51.1-1150 et seq.), or Health Insurance Credits for Certain Retirees under Chapter 14 (§ 51.1-1400 et seq.) may be deducted from life insurance benefits payable under Chapter 5 (§ 51.1-500 et seq.).
14. The Board is authorized to charge and collect from participating employers any penalties, interest, compliance fees, or other charges charged to the Retirement System by the Internal Revenue Service or other regulatory body.
B. The Board shall be vested with the powers and duties of the Board of Trustees of the abolished system to the extent necessary for the payment of vested rights and the return of accumulated contributions.
C. The Commonwealth, the Board, employees of the Retirement System, the Investment Advisory Committee of the Retirement System, and any other advisory committee established by the Board shall not incur any liability for any losses suffered by the deferred compensation, the cash match, or the defined contribution retirement plans established or administered under the authority of this title, except as provided in § 51.1-124.30.
1952, c. 157, §§ 51-111.17, 51-111.18, 51-111.21 to 51-111.22:1, 51-111.23, 51-111.68; 1956, c. 363; 1958, c. 419; 1960, c. 400; 1970, c. 476; 1971, Ex. Sess., c. 88; 1973, c. 523; 1974, c. 353; 1975, c. 610; 1977, c. 620; 1980, cc. 681, 728; 1982, c. 478; 1989, c. 41; 1990, c. 832, § 51.1-110; 1994, cc. 4, 85; 1995, c. 307; 1997, c. 711; 1998, c. 176; 2003, cc. 11, 626; 2004, c. 80; 2008, c. 245; 2012, cc. 803, 835; 2014, c. 356.