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Quasi-Public Entities


Quasi-Public reporting, entities, requirements and resources.

In general, "quasi-public" entities are publicly chartered bodies that provide a public service and are overseen by an appointed board, commission, or committee, including semi-Independent agencies, public corporations, insurance entities. Typically, these entities do not rely on the State's General Fund to operate.

Quasi-Public Semi-Independent Agencies, Public Corporations, Insurance Entities Report

This report includes data and information from semi-independent agencies, public corporations, insurance entities, etc.


Home Forward
The mission of Home Forward is to assure that the people of the community are sheltered. Home Forward has a special responsibility to those who encounter barriers to housing because of income, disability, or special needs.
Home Forward Website

Lane Transit District (LTD)
Lane Transit District (LTD) was founded in 1970 under the laws of the State of Oregon that allowed for the formation of transit districts as special taxing entities. This district operates in the Eugene and Springfield areas; serves a large population base with a fleet of buses; traveling millions of miles annually.

Portland Development Commission
The Portland Development Commission (PDC) mission is to bring together resources to achieve Portland’s vision of a diverse, sustainable community with healthy neighborhoods, a vibrant central city, a strong regional economy, and quality jobs and housing for all. PDC is governed by a volunteer Board of Commissioners who are approved by City Council and report directly to Portland's Mayor. The Board is authorized by the City Charter to administer the business activities of the agency.
PDC WebsiteBudgets by Fiscal YearAnnual Reports

Port of Portland
Port of Portland

TriMet Oregon 
TriMet is a municipal corporation and public body of the State of Oregon. TriMet has broad powers to provide mass transportation on behalf of the district. It can issue and sell general obligation and revenue bonds, levy an employer payroll tax and levy a tax measured by net earnings from self-employment.
TriMet - General WebsiteTransparency and Accountability CenterPerformance Dashboard

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What data is required for the Quasi-Public reporting?
House Bill 2946 (2017) added new data and informational reporting requirements to the Oregon Transparency website, 
for all Oregon quasi-public entities such as:
  • Semi-independent state agencies
  • Public corporations
  • Insurance entities
Data and informational reporting requirements include:
  • Revenues
  • Budgets
  • Expenditures