Iowa Budget Report, Treasurer of State Budgets, 2018-2019

(2017) Iowa Budget Report, Treasurer of State Budgets, 2018-2019. Treasurer of State


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The Office of the Treasurer of State functions as the state's cash manager. In that role, the office coordinates financial services used by state agencies. It receives and verifies all deposits and redeems all state warrants presented for payment. The office invests available operating fund balances and allocates investment income to participating funds. When necessary, the office may issue revenue anticipation notes on behalf of the state. Financial records reconciled to the state accounting system and independent bank records. The Office of Treasurer of State coordinates bonding activities of the state agencies and provides centralized financing for lease-purchase agreements for state agencies. The Office issues an annual report on the bonding activities of all political subdivisions of the state. The Office of Treasurer of State is custodian of the three state pension funds: IPERS, the Peace Officers Retirement, Accident, and Disability System (POR) and the Judicial Retirement System (JRS). The Office of Treasurer of State administers the state's unclaimed property program, the Iowa Educational Savings Plan Trust, a state-wide pledging program that protects deposits of public funds that are not federally insured, and the Linked Investments for Tomorrow (LIFT) Act. The Office of Treasurer of State provides clerical and/or accounting support for various entities, including, but not limited to: the Executive Council, the Road Use Tax Fund, the Second Injury Fund, the State Sinking Fund for Public Deposits in Banks, the Underground Storage Tank Program, and the Tobacco Settlement Authority.

Item Type: Departmental Report
Keywords: Budget, Iowa Budget Report, Detailed Report
Subjects: State government
State government > State finance
ID Code: 24187
Deposited By: Margaret Barr
Deposited On: 15 May 2017 16:31
Last Modified: 15 May 2017 16:31