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About Us
Mission Statement
We serve state government to benefit the people of Oregon.
DAS Vision, Mission and Values (pdf) 
Annual Performance Measures

The Department of Administrative Services (DAS) is the central administrative agency of state government.
DAS works to effectively implement policy and financial decisions made by the Governor and the Oregon Legislature. This agency also sets and monitors high standards of accountability, ensuring that tax dollars are used productively. To fulfill its mission, DAS works to support state agencies by providing a strong and stable management infrastructure. As part of this effort, DAS partners with private enterprise, citizens, and other government entities in developing an efficient service delivery system. 
Description of Responsibilities
Office of the Chief Operating Officer Manages all executive branch agencies; provides governmental and external communications; conducts internal audits and economic analysis; and coordinates legislative and transformation activities​

Policy Offices

Chief Financial Office  Responsible for developing Governor's Recommended Budget; assists executive branch agencies in their budget development, and oversees statewide accounting and reporting
Chief Human Resources Office Provides enterprise-wide policy leadership necessary to maintain a reliable and qualified workforce for Oregon state government. The Office's centralized policy functions enable executive branch agencies to share resources and expertise with which to manage their human resource assets and capital in a cost-effective way.
Chief Information Office Responsible for enterprise IT strategic planning and policy, business continuity planning, e-government, geospatial information, and information security

Service Enterprises

DAS Business Services Provides DAS employees with support services including business administration, payroll, IT support and development​
Asset Management Acquires and maintains leased and owned properties for state government, provides centralized services to state government including motor pool and surplus 
Goods and Services Provides centralized services to state government including mail distribution and printing, manages the state's self-insurance and risk control, and oversees state government's financial systems
Human Resource Services Offers DAS and client agencies a variety of HR-related services, operations and systems
Technology Services Delivers the state’s computing and networking infrastructure services
Offices Description of Responsibilities
Office of Economic Analysis
Part of the Office of the Chief Operating Officer
Provides accurate and objective forecasts of Oregon's economy, revenue, population, corrections population, and Oregon Youth Authority population
Boards Description of Responsibilities
Customer Utility Boards Provide DAS' customers with a meaningful voice in the cost, type, quality and quantity of utility services delivered. The Boards serve as a forum to recognize and respond to customer needs and keep the exchange of information flowing between customers and DAS.​
Oregon Educators Benefit Board
Transferred to the Oregon Health Authority, July 2011
Public Employees' Benefit Board
Transferred to the Oregon Health Authority, July 2011