About The Office

What does Utah’s Treasurer do?

Most fundamentally, the Utah Constitution provides that
the Treasurer is the state’s “custodian of public moneys.”

Many of the Treasurer’s responsibilities
are provided within Utah Code Title 67, chapter 4

Professionally and functionally, the treasury function in large organizations encompasses the following essential financial functions:

The Treasurer’s ex officio board responsibilities are detailed throughout Utah Code under the various agencies, boards, and commissions on which the Treasurer serves.

These boards and commissions include: