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The Indiana Public Retirement System (INPRS) often contracts with individuals and companies to perform necessary services or provide needed products. The INPRS Board of Trustees is committed to an ethical and competitive process for making general procurement decisions in order to spend money wisely and provide effective Fund administration. Information on this Web site is provided only as a guide to help those who seek to do business with INPRS. Indiana laws and administrative regulations, as well as policies and practices approved by the Board of Trustees, are the final governing authority.