The Voice of Public Plan Sponsors

A Network of Plan Experts

The National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators, Inc. (NAGDCA) is the premier provider of education, information, training, and networking opportunities that support plan sponsors and service providers of government-sponsored defined contribution retirement plans. Major events including our annual conference, Industry Roundtable, and National Retirement Security Week help to create successful retirement security outcomes for plan participants across the country.

Data Center

Comprehensive data and insightful analysis are at the heart of good decision making.  NAGDCA’s Data Center gives our members access to information available nowhere else.

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Membership Map

Use our interactive map to explore our robust membership.  See a list of all the plans that are represented through our membership network, specific to each state!

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Annual Events

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Legislative Action

NAGDCA employs a full-time government affairs director to advocate for your interests in federal legislative and regulatory matters. In the past year, he has successfully lobbied Congress to prevent harmful provisions from being included in the federal tax reform bill, and met with key staff on both the House and Senate Finance Committees to lobby for the inclusion of NAGDCA’s Legislative Priorities in future laws.

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NAGDCA Announces Dissolution of ANC Foundation

March, 10 2019 To continue honoring Past President, Art Caple, with new national plan sponsor award Earlier this year, the ANC Foundation Board made the difficult decision to dissolve the Foundation. Over the years since inception, funding has significantly decreased from sources other than NAGDCA. [...]

Updates from Washington

Published 11/9/2018 Congress returns to Washington next week after midterm elections in which Democrats won enough seats to retake the House and Republicans increased their Senate majority. While the partisan split will likely put the brakes on most major legislation for the next two [...]

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