"Significant room for improvement" exists in the management of Pennsylvania's $27.5 billion state employees pension fund, said state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.

The State Employees' Retirement System needs to continue lowering fees to Wall Street money managers and implement a formal education program to gauge investment knowledge of its board members, he told reporters Thursday at the State Capitol in Harrisburg while releasing his latest audit of the system.

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