The Department of the Treasury was created by ONCA 06-02 pursuant to Article VII, Section 13 of the Osage Nation Constitution. The Treasury Department is responsible for ensuring a strong fiscal policy and financial accountability in accordance with strict accounting standards. The Treasury Department is led by the Treasurer who is accountable to Executive Branch and the Osage Nation Congress.
The Accounting Department is a function of the Treasury which is overseen by the Osage Nation Treasurer. The accounting department encompasses a wide range of functions to include reporting to Federal agencies, preparing and presenting financial information, contact and compilation of records for the external auditors, accounts payable for the various branches of the Nation, the federal and tribal programs, accounts receivable, procurement, payroll, management of the physical assets of the Nation, and employee loans.
The Procurement Department is a function of the Treasury. The procurement office is responsible for coordinating all procurement activity in accordance with applicable policies, federal procurement regulations and Osage Nation law.
The Treasury Department’s mission is to provide timely, accurate financial information in conformance with the highest accounting standards and to ensure regulatory and ethical compliance in the performance of the duties of the department.
Annual Financial Reports