Members sometimes want to give CSSB permission to speak directly with a family member, friend, or financial advisor about their pension or insurance questions. Clear instructions from you as to who Board staff can talk to will help us balance protection of your privacy with the desire to help you get the information you need.
The CSSB Authorization to Communicate form allows members to document their wishes about who can contact us on their behalf. This form is available in the Forms section on our website or by clicking here.
It is important to note that giving someone authorization to communicate with the Board office does not give them authority to make decisions, sign documents, or act on your behalf. That authority can only be provided through legal means, such as a Power of Attorney, Committee, or legal Trustee status.