Run by the Treasurer’s Office, this program helps school districts save money through lower financing costs once local bonds have been approved by voters for important school renovation, expansion or new construction projects.
More than 500 cities, counties, school districts and other Washington state local or regional government units pool their short-term surplus cash in the LGIP, managed by the Treasurer’s Office. It protects taxpayer funds, earns them a competitive interest rate, and maintains 100 percent liquidity.
Local governments and state higher education institutions can save time and money on making crucial custody arrangements for stocks and bonds, under this special program operated by the Office of the State Treasurer.
https://tre.wa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Treasurer-Davidson-in-his-office.png11661730Duane Davidson/wp-content/uploads/tre-seal.pngDuane Davidson2020-02-26 21:00:072020-02-26 21:00:07To Spend or Save – What to do with Expected Additional State Revenues
https://tre.wa.gov/wp-content/uploads/49210034957_7299f625ff_o-scaled.jpg19202560Adam Johnson/wp-content/uploads/tre-seal.pngAdam Johnson2020-01-16 16:10:482020-01-16 16:16:39The State Treasurer wants Washington residents and the Legislature to know just how much debt the state has amassed
https://tre.wa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Jim-Rosenkoetters-swearing-in-photo.png16002400Adam Johnson/wp-content/uploads/tre-seal.pngAdam Johnson2020-01-02 22:34:412020-01-02 22:42:57State Treasurer swears in new Deputy Treasurer for Investments
https://tre.wa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Debt-Limit-Report-FY-2020-for_the_website.png15122016Adam Johnson/wp-content/uploads/tre-seal.pngAdam Johnson2019-12-23 16:47:152019-12-23 16:47:15State Treasurer advises Legislators and elected officials on state’s debt limit