(a) The board shall prepare annually, or more frequently if considered necessary by the board, a report of its operations and the performance of the various funds administered by it. The report shall include all operational costs, including, but not limited to, investment advisor fees, transaction costs, custody fees, and administrative salaries and costs.
(b) A copy shall be furnished to the chief financial officer of each participant.
(c) Within the first seven calendar days of each calendar year, the board shall file the annual report with the Joint Committee on Government and Finance, with copies to the President of the Senate, Speaker of the House and Legislative Auditor.
(d) Upon request, the report shall be made available to any legislative committee, any banking institution or state or federal savings and loan association in this state and any member of the news media. The report shall be kept available for inspection by any citizen of this state.
(e) The board shall cooperate with any legislative audits, performance and consultant reviews and studies of the board as may be directed by the Joint Committee on Government and Finance.