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State Workforce

Human Resources

The Chief Human Resource Office and the Enterprise Human Resources Division within the Department of Administrative Services provide direction and services to state agencies in maintaining a stable and qualified workforce for Oregon state government. Its activities include classification and compensation, HR management and consultation, HR systems, labor relations, statewide recruitment and training.

Under the law, some agencies have authority to manage their workforce independent of DAS administrative rules, policies, and personnel reporting systems. Examples include Oregon Lottery, Oregon Judicial Department, the Oregon University System and Oregon's semi-independent boards and commissions.
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Employee Positions 

The following report provides an introduction to budget related issues for state employee positions, and was prepared in 2016 by the Legislative Fiscal Office (LFO)​.

How Employee Positions are Created, Budgeted and Used (.pdf, 92KB)

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State Employee Salaries

Each annual salary listed in this report is 12 times that of a particular employee's monthly adjusted salary rate. "Annual Salary" includes most differential payments (such as work-out-of-classification and bilingual differential), but excludes payments for overtime, shift differnetial, benefits, and vacation payout. This report does not include annual salaries for employees of semi-independent agencies, temporary employees, or records protected by court order. 

Salary data fields in this report that are blank are due to the pay type/frequency being on as “as needed” basis and not predictable or typical. Examples would include but are not limited to: judges that are given a daily rate when called for service.​

The following is a machine readable, multi-year, annual salary report, sorted by year and agency.

 ​​Multi-Year Report ​​Salaries of State Agencies - Multi-Year


State Employee Salaries: Data Viewer

To open the data viewer below, click the   icon in the top right corner of the frame. A new window will open and provide a wide range of tools to visualize, filter, graph, and download the data. ​


 ​​Salaries of State Agencies - Multi-Year



Oregon Lottery: Salaries

Employee Salary Reports: Oregon State Lottery  

The Lottery separated from the State’s payroll system on June 1, 2013. This was done to improve productivity and efficiency of the Lottery’s payroll process, by partnering with Ceridian, a payroll service provider who provides an automated time and attendance system, and a Human Resource/Payroll system.  

These reports reflect the annual salary rate based on assigned primary duties and work effort at the time. They do not include payments for overtime, shift differential, benefits, vacation payout, etc. Salary data may not reconcile to a full-time annualized salary rate or actual wages paid. Reasons include fluctuations in work effort, and terms\conditions of employment that can change over time. 

Reports are machine readable and the most recent are provided below.

Fiscal Year
Oregon Lottery Employees Salary ​Report
​2018 Salaries: Oregon Lottery Employees: Fiscal Year 2018​ 
​2017 Salaries: Oregon Lottery Employees: Fiscal Year 2017​
2016 Salaries: Oregon Lottery Employees: Fiscal Year 2016