State Treasurer is investment officer for council
- • subordinate personnel
- • bonds
(1) The State Treasurer is the investment officer for the Oregon Investment Council, and shall perform functions in that capacity as authorized or required by law and, consistent with law, by the council.
(2) The bond of the State Treasurer required from the State Treasurer by law shall be deemed to extend to the faithful performance of all functions of the office of investment officer.
(3) The investment officer may:
(a) Subject to any applicable provision of the State Personnel Relations Law, employ, prescribe the functions and fix the compensation of personnel necessary to facilitate and assist in carrying out the functions of the council and investment officer.
(b) Require a fidelity bond of any person employed by the investment officer who has charge of, handles or has access to any investment funds, state money or property. The amounts of the bonds shall be fixed by the investment officer, except as otherwise provided by law, and the sureties shall be approved by the investment officer. The premiums on the bonds shall be an expense of the State Treasurer. [1967 c.335 §5]
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