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Secretary of State Audits

Bond Information

State Bond Advisory Commission
Municipal Debt Advisory Commission
The Oregon Municipal Debt Advisory Commission (MDAC) was established in 1975 to assist local governments in the cost-effective issuance, sale, and management of their debt. The Commission is composed of seven members, including the State Treasurer, three local government finance officers, one representative for the special districts, and two other public members. The Debt Management Division of the Oregon State Treasurer’s Office (“OST”) is staff to the Commission. State law ORS 287A.634 requires that the MDAC prepare an annual report describing activities of the Commission in the preceding year.

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Benchmarking State Business Incentives

  • Benchmarking State Business Incentives
    This report, prepared by Business Oregon, provides a review and comparison of Oregon state incentive programs.  A description and purpose for each of Oregon's state business incentive programs is provided in this document.
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Oregon Chief Operating Officer

Through the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Chief Operating Officer's website, find information regarding Oregon's 10 Year Plan, the Enterprise Leadership Team (ELT) and Improving Government iniatives.
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Education Spending & Performance

Learn about Oregon's K-12 public schools, including facts about education finances, student achievement, teachers and communities.
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Local Government Information

The Oregon Blue Book contains information and website links to city, county, and other local government entities.
A series of links are provided to city and county websites, as well as direct links to available budget and related information.
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Money Owed to the State

The following reports were prepared by the Legislative Fiscal Office and identify liquidated and delinquent accounts receivable owed to Oregon agencies.
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Oregon Blue Book

  • Blue Book
    Use this link to connect to the official state directory and fact book to learn more about all levels of government in Oregon.
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Oregon Legislative Assembly

  • Legislative Web site
    Learn about legislators, bills, laws, committees and budget information through this web site.
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ORESTAR - Campaign Finance Information

  • Oregon Elections System for Tracking and Reporting (ORESTAR)
    ORESTAR, the Oregon Elections System for Tracking and Reporting allows political action committees and chief petitioner committees to report campaign finance transactions electronically. The public may view the information reported in this system.
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Public Employees Retirement System

The following information is available on the PERS website:
  • Pension Unfunded Actuarial Liability;
  • PERS Employer Contribution Rates;
  • PERS By the Numbers;
  • PERS Facts, and;
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Quasi-Public Agencies

In general, a "quasi-public" agency is a publicly chartered body that provides a public service, and is overseen by an appointed board, commission, or committee. Typically, these organizations do not rely on the State's General Fund to operate. For more information click on the link below. 

More Information on Quasi-Public Agencies

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State Revenue Forecast

Every calendar quarter, the Office of Economic Analysis prepares a revenue forecast to estimate the amount of money the Legislature, Governor, and public agencies may expect in the future for budgeting purposes.
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2009 - 2013 Federal and State Stimulus Funds

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)

Click on this link to view an interactive map of federal stimulus spending in Oregon.

The detailed information for all awards granted to the state agencies, sub-recipients, and vendors, can be viewed through this data viewer.
View detailed information for all awards granted to state agencies through this data viewer.   

Oregon Stimulus Tracking and Reporting​
Nationwide Federal Recovery Spending
This link includes a clearing house of information on how states are spending federal stimulus funds.  
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