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PSSP Plan Governance

In broad terms, governance is the structure and processes used to administer a pension plan under legislation and in the best interest of Plan members.

The Board/Commission has established a review process to regularly assess its governance practices (governance self-assessment).

Self-Assessment Questionnaire

The Governance Self-Assessment Questionnaire is modeled on (and reflects) principles in the Canadian Association of Pension Supervisory Authorities’ Pension Plan Governance Guidelines and Self Assessment Questionnaire. Responses to the questions are intended to be thorough and analytical to reflect the current situation of the Plan, thus pointing out areas that require improvement.

This questionnaire is completed each year by a person who possesses the best knowledge of the answer to each question, and is approved by the Chairperson of the Board/Commission after due consultation with the Board/Commission.

 Public Service Superannuation Plan (PSSP) Governance Self-assessment Questionnaire

 Liquor Board Superannuation Commission (LBSC) Governance Self-assessment Questionnaire


Public Service Superannuation Plan Board
Chair - Sheri LucasExecutive Director, Taxation and Intergovernmental Affairs Branch, Ministry of Finance
Peggy AtkinsonPublic Service Commission - R.M. of Hillsborough
Lovyl ZweifelSaskatchewan Government Employees Union - Lloydminster
Liquor Board Superannuation Plan Commission
Susan RossPresident and CEO, Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority



The purpose of the Public Service Superannuation Plan is to provide pension benefits to members.


Our mission as the Plan’s administrator is to manage the Plan solely in the best interests of the members.


The Board’s business goals and the associated objectives are:

Financial Management

The Board provides sound financial management of the Plan.

Service Delivery and Communications

The Board provides excellent service to the members of the Public Service Superannuation Plan.

Performance Measurement

The Board evaluates the performance of the Plan’s service providers.