Mission Statement

The CSAC Excess Insurance Authority is a member-directed risk sharing pool of public agencies committed to providing risk coverage programs and risk management services, which drive member stability, efficiency, and best practices.

Vision Statement

The CSAC Excess Insurance Authority (EIA) will continue to be internationally recognized as a leading risk sharing pool for its member-directed operating philosophy and commitment to member fiscal sustainability. The EIA will continue to influence and shape the future of the risk management profession.

Core Values

CSAC EIA is dedicated to preserving a member-directed culture, defining standards for quality and performance throughout the industry, and ensuring programs and services are:

  • Competitive in scope and price over the long term
  • Adaptable and customized to meet member needs, based on high-quality  standards
  • Resolute in delivering timely solutions that address present and emerging risks
  • Equitable in allocating costs and services between various members in a fair and consistent manner
  • Stable in supporting cost-effective, fiscally prudent operations and long-term solvency, and in building long-term relationships with members and program/service partners.

EIA Service Vision

The EIA will provide value added risk management services designed to:

  • Attract new members;
  • Retain existing members; and
  • Improve program performance.

It shall be a priority to provide services that complement member-provided services.

EIA Technology Vision

The EIA will provide technology that is:

  • Interactive
  • Accessible
  • User-friendly
  • Dynamic