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Dennis Milligan was elected to the Office of Treasurer of State in 2014 and reelected in 2018. He serves as the State’s banker and is responsible for an investment portfolio of approximately $4.5 billion.

The Treasurer

Take the tour and get to know your State Treasurer, Dennis Milligan. Learn more about his journey, accomplishments, and new achievements to come.

Invest in Arkansas

The Treasurer of State is charged with making investments on behalf of the state. Take a deep dive into our investment division and learn about our policies and the types of securities we manage.

Our Programs

Learn about the great programs that we are proud to be part of. We are building towards the opportunity for all with great programs like Arkansas 529, ABLE Accounts, and more.

Tour Photos

Dive into the Dropbox library of visitors that stopped by the Treasurer's office. A picture inside the vault is free but worth a thousand words. Photos are only retained for 20 days.

Funding For A Brighter Future

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THE CAPITOL OFFICES ARE CURRENTLY UNDERGOING A RESTORATION PROJECT.

TREASURER MILLIGAN INVITES YOU TO VISIT OUR OFFICES AND TOUR THE VAULT UPON COMPLETION OF THE RESTORATION IN LATE SPRING OR EARLY SUMMER. COME VISIT US ANYTIME BETWEEN 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM – MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

NOTICE

The Treasurer’s office serves as the state’s banker and takes in more than $70 million in deposits each day from local, state and federal sources. It processes between 2,000-3,000 checks and reconciles upwards of 3,000 accounts daily, representing the funds of nearly 200 state agencies, boards and commissions. The Treasury is also responsible for managing the state’s $4.5 billion investment portfolio.

We have formed a contingency plan due to the statewide outbreak of COVID-19 and want to ensure the entities we serve daily understand that the functions of our office will continue. We’ve met with staff members to encourage sharing of job duties and have shared remote access with essential personnel. We are following the guidance set forth by the Arkansas Department of Health & the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and limiting the number of visitors to the office. We are still accepting checks from agency representatives but are asking that they call once they arrive so that a staff member can assist them.