About Us


The System

Sacramento County Employees’ Retirement System (SCERS) is a multiple-employer public employee retirement system, enacted and administered in accordance with the provisions of the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 (California Government Code Section 31450, et seq.) (“1937 Act”). Since its creation by the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors in 1941, SCERS has provided retirement, disability, and survivors’ benefits to eligible participants of the System. Under Article XVI, Section 17 of the Constitution of the State of California, the SCERS Board of Retirement is vested with plenary authority and fiduciary responsibility for the investment of monies and the administration of the System. Together, the provisions of the State Constitution and the 1937 Act establish SCERS as a separate and independent governmental entity from the public employers that participate in SCERS. On June 30, 2017, the County of Sacramento; Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento; and eleven Special Districts participated in SCERS with a total membership consisted of 12,587 active, 11,396 retired, and 3,425 deferred members.

Mission Statement and Core Values

We are dedicated to providing the highest level of retirement services and managing system resources in an effective and prudent manner.

In fulfilling our mission as a retirement system, we are committed to:

  • The highest levels of professionalism and fiduciary responsibility
  • Acting with integrity
  • Competent, courteous and respectful service to all
  • Open and fair processes
  • Safeguarding confidential information
  • Cost-effective operations
  • Stable funding and minimal contribution volatility
  • Effective communication and helpful education
  • Maintaining a highly competent and committed staff
  • Continuous improvement
  • Planning strategically for the future

Organization Charts

Functional Organization Chart
Staff Organization Chart

SB 272 – Catalog of Enterprise Systems

The Sacramento County Department of Technology maintains the catalog of enterprise systems as required under California State Bill 272, including systems used by SCERS, access the catalog.