What is the Transitional Council and what are its functions?
It was created by the Guidelines for establishing the Benefits Council and carrying out the election in which retirees and active employees of the Government of Puerto Rico are eligible to vote to elect the people who will represent them in the Benefits Council for a period of 4 years. The Transitional Council will identify and secure the resources it deems necessary, including an electoral process administrator, to ensure that the election is a fair and transparent process. Transitional Council will identify and secure the resources it deems necessary, including an electoral process administrator, to ensure that the election is a fair and transparent process.
Additionally, the Transitional Council will ensure that the Government of Puerto Rico makes the corresponding contributions and meets the requirements for withdrawing funds from THE RESERVE to pay for pensions until the Benefits Council is elected.
Meet the Benefits Council Members
Official Committee of Retired Employees Appointees:
AFSCME/Servidores públicos Unidos Appointees:
Appointee of the Governor of Puerto Rico
Financial Oversight Board Appointee
These documents certify that the Benefits Council is a registered and incorporated nonprofit corporation.
Normas legales por las que se regula el funcionamiento del Consejo de Beneficios de Pensiones.
The Transitional Council will procure the services of the following providers:
The contracts signed by the Transitional Council are also available at the Puerto Rico Comptroller’s Office website
Benefits by fiscal year
The following documents certify the budgets approved by the Transitional Benefits Council of the Pension Reserve Fund for the respective fiscal years.
Learn about the Benefits Council
Click to learn about what it is, what its role is, and who is eligible to be elected to the Benefits Council.