The Texas Pension Review Board (PRB) is mandated to oversee all Texas public retirement systems, both state and local, in regard to their actuarial soundness and compliance with state law. The PRB responsibilities include:
The PRB will act in accordance with the highest standards of ethics, accountability, efficiency, and transparency. We are proud to be of service to the state in helping ensure that promised pension benefits are provided to the public retirement systems’ members and beneficiaries and in seeing that tax dollars are spent most efficiently.
The PRB will:
The PRB welcomes all suggestions and will promptly respond to all complaints directed against the agency itself or any registered Texas public retirement system. If the PRB is unable to address a complaint due to lack of jurisdiction or authority, the PRB will direct the complaint to the most appropriate responding agency within 10 business days. Suggestions or complaints must be received in writing and may be submitted by mail or email as specified below. All formal suggestions and complaints will be acknowledged and reviewed.
Written complaints about a registered public retirement system will be forwarded to the administrator of the subject pension system for response, with a copy of the forwarding letter sent to the complainant. The PRB will send a complaint document stating the facts of the issue and providing any suggestions to prevent recurrence of the issue to the individual filing the complaint and the public retirement system.