The Administration program is responsible for the overall management and direction of all activities of the office. Administration establishes policy, assigns and directs the work of the other operating programs, determines priorities, allocates available resources on the basis of those priorities, and requires internal reviews of operations and procedures. Management functions performed or delegated by the Administration program include personnel and payroll issues, budgeting, administrative correspondence, and the collating and distributing of management information to other state agencies and other interested parties. The State Treasurer is a member of the Pooled Money Investment Board and the Committee on Surety Bonds and Insurance. As of July 1, 1993, the State Treasurer became a board trustee of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System.
This division offers general office support services including reception, telephone and fax communication support, supplies, purchasing, and accounts payable to the rest of the office.
Registration and Servicing of Municipal Bonds
Charged with receipt and deposit responsibilities, as well as those relating to payment of warrants.
A 529 College Savings Plan offering education savings accounts to help you pay higher education expenses.
ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) is federal legislation that allows states to administer a program in which families and individuals can save in a tax-advantaged account for the disability-related expenses of an individual with a disability.
Receive and track certain Unclaimed Properties from Businesses while trying to find rightful owners and heirs.
Current Annual Report from the State Treasurer
2022 Annual Report(.pdf)