Open Government

The Missouri State Treasurer believes government transparency helps build trust in government. This portal gathers reports, meeting notices, policies, and other information produced by the State Treasurer's Office in one accessible location.

Open Meetings

2019 Rule Review Report

Request for Proposals/Information

RFP for Electronic Banking Services

This RFP is to select one financial institution to serve as the electronic banking services processor for the State of Missouri. This contract covers a number of accounts that will send and receive ACH credits and debits as well as wire transfers. The Excel file contains some appendices better suited to spreadsheet format. There are placeholders within the PDF document for these pages.
Proposals due: May 1, 2024, 11:00 a.m. CST
Mandatory Bidders Conference: April 16, 2024 1:00 p.m. CST

If you have questions regarding the RFP or want to be notified of the call-in information for the bidders conference please contact us.

File a Sunshine Request

Treasurer's Investment Policy and Reports

This information details the investment policy guiding decisions made by the Treasurer, as well as the investment holdings of the state.

State Monthly Fund Activity Reports and Descriptions

The Missouri State Treasurer is the custodian of all funds placed in the State Treasury, and invests the monies in the State Treasury on behalf of the state. Follow this link to see monthly fund activities, as well as descriptions of each fund.

Office of the State Treasurer Budget Requests

Audits of the Office of State Treasurer

Missouri Linked Deposits Review Committee

The committee has review and oversight capacity for all matters relating to the Missouri Linked Deposit Programs. The committee may examine all aspects of the Linked Deposit Program, including but not limited to, the program's administration, operation and effectiveness.

Missouri's 529 Education Plan Board (MOST)

MOST, which is a qualified education savings program established under Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Code, is overseen by the Missouri Education Program Board. MOST is designed to help people pay for K-12 and higher education. The Missouri State Treasurer serves as chair of the board.

Missouri Achieving A Better Life Experience Board (MO ABLE)

MO ABLE is a qualified savings program established under Section 529A of the Internal Revenue Code and overseen by the Missouri Achieving a Better Life Experience Board. MO ABLE is designed to help people save for disability-related expenses. The Missouri State Treasurer serves as chair of the Board.