Who We Are

Overview

Who We Are

The Contra Costa County Employees’ Retirement Association (CCCERA) is a public employee retirement system established by the County of Contra Costa on July 1, 1945. The association is administered by the CCCERA Board of Retirement to provide service retirement, disability, death and survivor benefits for county employees and 16 other participating agencies under the California State Government Code, Section 31450 et.seq. (CERL) and Section 7522 et.seq. (PEPRA). 

CCCERA is also governed by the California Constitution and the regulations, procedures and policies adopted by CCCERA’s Board. The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors may also adopt resolutions, which affect benefits of CCCERA members as permitted by CERL.

Mission

CCCERA’s mission is to deliver retirement benefits to members and their beneficiaries through prudent asset management and effective administration, in accordance with all plan provisions.

Administration

CCCERA is administered by the Board of Retirement. The day-to-day operation of CCCERA is delegated to the chief executive officer and a full-time staff of approximately 50 employees.

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CCCERA is dedicated to keeping personal information private, and uses different software to maintain information about its members. Below is list of the systems that CCCERA uses. For more information, please view our Privacy Policy

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