Treasurer, Kansas State
The State Treasurer is one of six state officials elected every four years. The Treasurer is responsible for the timely receipt and deposit of all receipts and revenues into the state treasury, and as a member of the Pooled Money Investment Board, sees to the prudent investment of State and local monies to provide optimum levels of safety, liquidity and yield. The Treasurer also serves on the committee on Surety Bonds and Insurance, which assures appropriate coverage for the State of Kansas. The Treasurer is also a statutory member of the KPERS Board of Trustees.
The web site for the State Treasurer's Office is http://www.treasurer.state.ks.us/prodweb/index.php.