WASHINGTON — The 100 largest public pension plans reported assets of $2.71 trillion and accrued liabilities of $3.6 trillion, for an aggregate underfunding of $895 billion during the past year, according to a new report.

The eight-page report, which measured the aggregate funded status of the 100 largest public pension funds and found their funded ratio was only 75.1%, was compiled by Milliman Inc., an independent firm that provides actuarial and related products and services. It was released earlier this week. 

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