Recognizing the people’s right to information about the government’s decision making process, the Wisconsin Department of Employee Trust Funds will, consistent with the state’s Public Records Law (Wis. Stat. §§ 19.31 to 19.39), provide information regarding ETF’s affairs, except for individual personal information restricted by statute.
Please note that Wis. Stat. §19.36 states that records exempted from disclosure by state or federal law are not subject to disclosure under the Public Records Law. Examples of records protected from disclosure under state or federal law include those that meet the definition of “protected health information” under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and records that meet the definitions of “individual personal information” and “medical record” in Wis. Stat. 40.07 and ETF 10.01 (3m) 10.70 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code.
Members of the public may obtain information and access to ETF’s public records, or obtain copies of these records.
Frequently Requested Documents
The following frequently requested documents are available online. You do not need to submit a public records request for these documents.
- Requests for vendor proposals, information and bids
- Contracts - click on the proposal to find a link for the contract
- ETF Procurement website
- Joint Board Meeting agenda, materials and minutes
- Deferred Compensation Board Agendas and Materials
- Group Insurance Board Meeting Agendas and Materials
- Governing Boards page
- Proposed Wisconsin legislation
- Laws affecting ETF and the Wisconsin Retirement System
- Government Relations page
Reports and Studies
State of Wisconsin Investment Board (SWIB)
The SWIB is responsible for investing the assets of the Wisconsin Retirement System. Please contact SWIB if you have questions regarding investments of the trust funds or investment performance.
As of September 1, 2016 comments on proposed administrative rules will be accepted through the Legislature’s website at docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/code. All submitted comments will be sent to the appropriate agency rules coordinators. It is necessary to include contact information in your submitted comments if you wish to receive a response. The previous administrative rules website at health.wisconsin.gov/admnrules/public/ was decommissioned.