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Our mission at the Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver General of Massachusetts is to prudently manage and safeguard the state's public deposits and investments.
Our mission at the Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver General of Massachusetts is to prudently manage and safeguard the state's public deposits and investments through sound business practices for the exclusive benefits of our citizens, and perform these duties with integrity, excellence, and leadership.
The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission is an agency under the Massachusetts State Treasury. Our overall objective is to provide uniform control over the sale, transportation, possession, purchasing, and manufacturing of alcoholic beverages in the state.
The Alcohol Task Force examines the legal and regulatory framework governing the alcoholic beverage industry in Massachusetts.
The Asian American Commission is dedicated to supporting members of the Asian-American community throughout Massachusetts.
We are responsible for managing the cash flow for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
The Commonwealth has committed itself to being a leader in the area of municipal disclosure. As a part of that commitment, we have developed the MassBondHolder investor website. Further, the BuyMassBonds section of the website will provide you with information on current offerings.
Participation in one of the Massachusetts Defined Contribution Plans can help provide for a more comfortable and secure financial future. Learn more about our programs: the SMART Plan and the CORE Plan.
The Office of Economic Empowerment (OEE) is a department within the Office of the Treasurer and Receiver General of Massachusetts tasked with supporting, advocating, and facilitating policies that empower all Massachusetts residents.
The Massachusetts School Building Authority is a quasi-independent government authority that helps fund the construction of school buildings in the Commonwealth.
The MSRB administers the Massachusetts State Employees' Retirement System (MSERS) for state employees and certain other employees of public entities. The MSERS is a contributory defined benefit system governed by Massachusetts General Law Chapter 32. The system provides retirement, disability, survivor, and death benefits to its members and their beneficiaries.
The Massachusetts Clean Water Trust (the Trust) is a state agency that improves water quality throughout the Commonwealth by providing low-interest loans to municipalities and other eligible entities.
The Massachusetts State Lottery was created in 1972 to generate local aid revenue for our 351 cities and towns through state-run games of chance. Since its inception, the Lottery has returned more than $26 billion in net profit to the Commonwealth.
The Pension Reserves Investment Management Board (PRIM) serves as a professional investment service for public employees. Our mission is to provide a professional investment service for public employee retirement funds that maximizes the return on investment within acceptable levels of risk. We broadly diversify its investment portfolio, capitalizing on economies of scale to achieve cost-effective operations, and provide access to high quality, innovative investment management firms.
The Unclaimed Property division of the Massachusetts state Treasury connects citizens with their abandoned property such as bank accounts, uncashed checks, stocks or dividends, insurance policies, or the contents of safe deposit boxes. The state holds this reported property until the rightful owner or heir claims it.
The Veterans’ Bonus Division is proud to provide bonus payments for veterans, servicemembers, and their families for qualified service in the United States Military.
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