The plan hired an index manager to oversee a Russell 1000 Growth Index allocation and named another passive provider to its bench.
The advisor will be responsible for $187 million in non-pension assets.
The commitments represent new relationships for the plan.
Four firms will vie for a $45 million mandate.
The $200 million in total committed capital includes a new manager relationship.
The previous deputy cio left to join a neighboring state plan.
The plan narrowed its domestic small-cap value equity search to three finalists and concluded its diverse fund-of-funds search.
The departure has led to at least one client placing the firm on watch.
The fund has issued RFPs seeking equity and fixed-income managers.
The watch status is due to a co-portfolio manager’s abrupt departure from the firm.
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