Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, the Missouri State Treasurer’s Office has instituted a work-from-home policy for most employees. Please be advised that while all critical functions of the office are being fulfilled, due to the volume, there may be a delay in some services including the processing and payment of unclaimed property claims.
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Treasurer Fitzpatrick Institutes Work-from-Home Policy for Treasurer’s Office Staff

Monday, March 16, 2020
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Jefferson City, MO – Missouri State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick today announced that he has instituted a work-from-home policy for most Treasurer’s Office staff as a result of the ongoing spread of COVID-19. Critical functions, including banking and investments of state funds, will not be impacted.


“The health and safety of our employees, and all Missourians, is a priority,” Treasurer Fitzpatrick said. “The Treasurer’s Office is prepared and able to work from home and I believe this action is necessary to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Having our employees work from home will ensure that the critical functions performed by the Treasurer’s Office will continue uninterrupted. While some functions like processing unclaimed property claims may take longer than normal, our office will fulfill all commitments.”


This policy will be in place until further notice.


The Missouri State Treasurer’s Office has 45 employees, all based in Jefferson City.




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