Governance Publications

PSP Board Code of Conduct and Ethics

In addition to following the Public Sector Pension Plans Act and its regulations, the Board operates by adhering to a code of conduct and ethics. The Code of Conduct and Ethics (the Code) ensures the Board operates with impartiality and integrity. Members of the Board and its committees are required to annually declare adherence to the Code, and to report any known or possible breaches.

PSP Board Mandates & Roles

The Mandate and Roles Document provides clarity on the governance of PSPP, and the roles and responsibilities of the President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance and the Board, and must be reviewed every three years.

PSPP Business Plan

The Business Plan is a three-year overview of the Board's business priorities and objectives, and is reviewed and approved annually by the Board.

PSP Board Expenses

The Board is committed to transparency, good governance and fiscal responsibility. As part of that commitment, the Board will post its travel, meal and hospitality expenses quarterly.

Compensation Disclosure

Public sector bodies, like the PSP Board, are required to disclose the names and annual compensation paid to:

  • all board members; and
  • employees who earn over $126,375.

This is a requirement under the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act. More on agencies, boards and commissions from the Alberta Government.

Directory of Personal Information Banks

Each public body, as defined in the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, is required to have a Directory of Personal Information Banks (PIBs) that is available to the public. A personal information bank lists the types of personal information held by a public body.

The public can view a PIB to get information about:

  • the title or name of the information bank;
  • the location of the information bank;
  • what kind of personal information is contained in the information bank;
  • what categories of individuals the information pertains to;
  • why the information was collected and how it is used or disclosed; and
  • the legal authority for the collection of the information.

You can find more information about the PSP Board's PIBs in the linked PDF.

For questions regarding the PIBs, please contact our privacy office at:

Public Service Pension Board
5103 Windermere Blvd. SW
Edmonton, AB T6W 0S9
Phone: 780-391-3724
E-mail: privacy@apsc.ca