Municipal Debt Advisory Commission 
This commission provides technical assistance to local governments and state agencies to improve the market for bond issues in Oregon. It produces the Oregon Bond Calendar, the Oregon Bond Index, and the Oregon Bond Education Center. 

Oregon School Bond Guaranty Program
Under the Oregon School Bond Guaranty Program, the Office of the Treasurer may guarantee the general obligation bonds of school districts, education service districts or community colleges for the purpose of providing interest cost savings to state taxpayers

OSTF Board Meetings 
The Oregon Short Term Fund Board is established by statute (ORS 294.885-294.895) with the purpose of advising the Oregon Investment Council and the Oregon State Treasury Investment staff in the management of the Oregon Short Term Fund.  The Oregon Short Term Fund board further assists local governments in the development of investment policies concerning funds invested outside of the Oregon Short Term Fund.

Local Government Newsletter
Regular newsletters to keep officials informed about treasury business, regulatory changes and public fund performance.

Oregon Bond Education Center
The Oregon Municipal Debt Advisory Commission (MDAC) is responsible for providing technical assistance to local governments and state agencies and improving the market for bond issues in Oregon. This web page is intended to be a source of expanded information for bond issues in Oregon.

Overlapping Debt Request Form
Overlapping debt reports may be purchased from the Treasurer’s Office by municipalities contemplating issuing or retiring debt, by capital market analysts, rating agencies, or by the public. 

The Private Activity Bond Committee
The Private Activity Bond Committee helps facilitate the construction of critical facilities for the public benefit in communities throughout Oregon. 

Public Funds Collateralization list of Qualified Depositories
The State Treasurer’s office also protects the assets of public institutions from the risk of bank failures through the Public Funds Collateral Program, whereby all banks holding public deposits have to help pay back public institutions if deposits are lost in a bank failure.

 


 

Services for Individuals & Families

Services for Financial Institutions 

Services for State Agencies