Council may contract with others to perform investment officer functions
- • compensation
- • bond
The Oregon Investment Council may enter into contracts with one or more persons whom the council determines to be qualified, whereby the persons undertake, in lieu of or in addition to the investment officer, to perform the functions specified in ORS 293.736 (Duties of investment officer) to the extent provided in the contract. Performance of functions under a contract shall be paid for out of the gross interest or other income of the investments with respect to which the functions are performed, and the net interest or other income of the investments after that payment shall be considered income of the investment funds. The council may require a person contracted with to give to the state a fidelity bond in a penal sum as may be fixed by law or, if not so fixed, as may be fixed by the council, with corporate surety authorized to do business in this state. Contracts entered into under this section and functions performed under the contracts are not subject to ORS chapter 240 or ORS 279A.140 (State procurement of goods and services). [1967 c.335 §10; 2003 c.794 §248; 2005 c.295 §2]
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