Commitment to Transparency


Treasurer Folwell recognizes that restoring public confidence in financial markets, banks and government is necessary in the successful execution of the office. Access to government meetings and documents is enshrined in the state’s constitution and is one of the pillars of a strong democracy.


  • Institute and comply with transparent and ethical practices across the department
  • Increase accountability through performance measurement/management
  • Reduce risk of fraud and abuse in all Treasury activities, both internal to department and external
  • Strengthen board oversight of Department of State Treasurer programs
  • Increase incorporation of ethics best practices for associated boards, governments, and vendors

Public Records Act Request Policy

Public Records Requests

N.C. Gen. Stat. §120-29.5

Reporting by state agencies to the N.C. General Assembly.

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Additional reports may be found on each division's section of the Department of State Treasurer website. The reports below are the few required to fulfill the statutory requirement.

Reports Required Under N.C. Gen. Stat. 120-29.5

Reported in 2023

Information Technology Division Reports
Investment Management Division Reports
NC ABLE Reports
Program Annual Report
State and Local Government Finance Division Reports
Debt Affordability Study
Guaranteed Energy Savings Contracts Biennial Report
Unclaimed Property Division
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Additional Department Reports

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Additional Transparency Links


Office of State Budget and Management

Lobbyist Directory

Valuations and Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports

Campaign Finance Reports

The Department has put into place several policy reforms designed to increase transparency and strengthen oversight for the North Carolina Retirement Systems and the Department of State Treasurer. New policies have been developed that cover post-employment, ethics, travel, and placement agents.