The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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Our sixteen departments, agencies, and initiatives have a wide range of services, including deferred compensation and retirement plans, Veteran's benefits, Unclaimed Property, the Clean Water Trust and more. Please also visit our Office of Economic Empowerment to learn about our work in empowering families and children through bridging the wage gap, increasing access to financial education, and our innovative college savings plans.
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Departments that advocate and facilitate programs and assistance to financially strengthen all Massachusetts residents.
Organizations that oversee state cash flow and state-issued bonds, as well as administer loans for schools and infrastructure improvements.
Organizations that help constituents search for their forgotten or lost property as well as manage government-run games of chance.
Departments and organizations that manage the investment and distribution of state employee retirement funds.
Agencies that license, enforce, and modernize the alcoholic beverages industry.
Organizations that support members of the Asian-American and older American communities.
The National Association of State Treasurers (NAST) has elected Massachusetts Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg to serve as the organization’s Secretary-Treasurer for 2018.
Treasurer Deb Goldberg announced a private-public collaboration with the Greater Boston offices of Ernst & Young LLP (EY) to expand the “Massachusetts Women in Finance Fellowship” in its third year.