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The Office of the State Treasurer is open and operating during the state of emergency. State Treasurer Steve McCoy encourages everyone to utilize online services available through the website. If additional help is required, please call 404.656.2168.
Welcome to the website of the Georgia Office of State Treasurer (OST). We are the cash and investment manager for the State of Georgia, preserving both capital and public trust by managing Georgia's cash resources efficiently and conservatively. Last year, OST generated $21.9 million in interest for state and local governments. We recognize that the money we hold belongs to the taxpayers of Georgia, and we manage it with honesty, integrity, and the highest ethical standards until it is needed to be used in their interests.
Steve McCoy, State Treasurer
Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'AAAf' International Fund Credit Quality Rating (FCQR) and a 'S1' Fund Market Risk Sensitivity Rating (MRSR) to Georgia Fund 1, a local government investment pool managed by the Office of the State Treasurer (OST) of Georgia. As of Nov. 30, 2020, the pool had approximately $22.6 billion in invested securities.
Click here to read the full Press Release from the Office of Governor Brian P. Kemp.
Treasury Notes is published periodically to provide insight into the primary functions and responsibilities of the Office of the State Treasurer (OST) as well as detailed information on cash flows and investment management.
GF1 is a conservative, efficient, and liquid investment alternative for counties, municipalities, public colleges and universities, boards of education, special districts, state agencies, and other authorized entities.
The reality of skyrocketing tuition can make the dream of higher education look out of reach. It doesn't have to be that way.
The next meeting of the State Depository Board will be held on May 5, 2021, at 1:00 PM.