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The state treasurer is a constitutional officer and a statewide elected official. The treasurer serves as the chief financial officer for the state and is responsible for the prudent management of billions of taxpayer dollars. The treasurer serves a four-year term and may serve only two consecutive terms. The Office of the State Treasurer is the state’s financial services hub and oversees a range of financial responsibilities, including managing the investment of state funds, issuing state bonds, serving as the central bank for state agencies and administering the Oregon 529 Savings Network and Oregon Retirement Savings Plan.
In addition, the office coordinates policy development, legislative and public initiatives, financial literacy outreach and public engagement. The state treasurer, by constitutional authority, serves on the State Land Board and, by statute, on a number of public financial boards, including the Oregon Investment Council and State Debt Policy Advisory Commission.
Information about this agency's divisions, offices, programs, etc.
Mailing Address: 159 State Capitol, 900 Court St. NE, Salem 97301
General Email: email@example.com
Contact: Tobias Read, State Treasurer; Darren Q. Bond, Deputy State Treasurer
Administrative Rules Coordinator Email: Dan McNally
Records Officer Email: Kevin Willingham
Staff Directory from Oregon.gov
Location Map: by Yahoo! Maps
Legal and Legislative Information
Statutory Authority: ORS Chapter 178
Records, Publications and General Information
Biography - a brief sketch about the treasurer's background and role
Agency History (PDF) - a detailed history of the agency
Records Retention Schedule (PDF) - a list of the public records kept at the agency
State Archives Holdings - a select list of the agency's records available for research at the State Archives
State Library Publications - a link to the Oregon State Library Catalog