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  • Welcome to the Department of Administrative Services

    images of the state of OregonThe Department of Administrative Services (DAS) is the central administrative agency of Oregon state government.

    DAS works to effectively implement the policy and financial decisions made by the Governor and the Oregon Legislature. The department also sets and monitors high standards of accountability to ensure that state government uses tax dollars productively. To fulfill its mission, DAS supports state agencies by providing a strong and stable management infrastructure. As part of this effort, DAS works with private enterprise, citizens, and other government entities to develop an efficient service delivery system.

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About DAS News and Announcements
Customer Utility Boards
Four Customer Utility Boards govern DAS service delivery. The Customer Utility Boards serve as a forum to recognize and respond to customers’ needs and keep the exchange of information flowing between DAS and state agencies.

Customer Utility Boards website
DAS Mission, Vision and Values
The mission of the Department of Administrative Services is to serve state government to benefit the people of Oregon. Our vision is to demonstrate value-driven leadership as we provide services and develop policy.
​Task Force Support
Occasionally, the Legislature asks the Department of Administrative Services to support various task forces in state government.  
Cover Oregon AssessmentReview of the Health Insurance Exchange Website Project

Quarterly News from DAS
Building Closure Notices
DAS assists state agencies and citizens by posting announcements on this website if officials close state offices because of bad weather or other factors.

State agencies recognize same-sex marriages
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DAS introduces new executive team leaders

> Kazlauskas to lead HR services team.
> Zike to lead state HR policy office.
> Oklahoma CIO tapped to lead IT work.

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ePaystub Debuted August 1
Beginning with pay received Aug. 1, 2013, state government employees who participate in direct deposit can view their paystubs online from any Internet-enabled device.