Annual Performance Measures
The State Library was established as the Oregon Library Commission in 1905 and today provides information services to over 37,000 state government employees. The State Library also circulates library materials in digital and Braille format to approximately 5,000 print-disabled Oregonians and provides grants and assistance to help develop and improve library services, and to foster greater cooperation among all of Oregon's libraries.
Since its founding, the State Library has been governed by an independent Board. The present board consists of nine members from different areas throughout the state who are appointed by the governor to serve four-year terms.
The State Library Annual Performance Progress Report is posted here annually to report on Key Performance Measures approved by the Legislature.
Reorganization Efforts 2013-2015
State Library Policies and Guidelines