State Financial Agency Resources
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Other Washington Fiscal Agencies
- Office of Financial Management (OFM) provides budget, policy, and fiscal planning for the Governor's office.
- Department of Revenue collects tax revenues and administers programs to fund public services.
- Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council prepares a quarterly economic and revenue forecast for the state.
- The Washington State Investment Board (SIB) is an independent board of trustees whose fiduciary responsibility is to manage investments for retirement and public trust funds.
- The Department of Retirement Systems (DRS) collects employer and employee retirement contributions, maintains retirement records, pays benefits, and provides investment education.
- The GET Program is Washington's 529 college savings program. You prepay college tuition for future use.
- The Department of Commerce is responsible for enhancing sustainable communities and promoting economic development.
- The Department of Financial Institutions provides regulatory oversight for banks while educating the public about financial institutions and personal financial matters.
The Washington State Employment Security Department assists Washington's workers with employment services, unemployment benefits, and unemployment insurance. Click one of the links below to learn more.
- Labor Market Information
- Unemployment Benefits, Taxes, etc.
- Unemployment-insurance statistics at a glance
Local Government Associations and Resources
- Association of Washington Cities
- Municipal Research and Service Center of Washington: Local Government Reference
- WA State Association of County Treasurers
- WA Municipal Treasurer's Association
- Washington Finance Officers Association