The State Treasury serves both central government as well as citizens and communities. Our service commitment: ”We handle matters seamlessly, swiftly and transparently.” Learn more about our services by clicking the links provided or navigating through our menus. Forms can be found on the service page.
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The State Treasury manage accident compensation payments to government employees, disburse compensation payments to citizens for military injuries and criminal damage, for example. Application forms for these services related to compensation and accidents are on each service’s own page.
The State Treasury administers the loans, interest subsidies and government loan guarantees granted from government funds. The State Treasury is also responsible for measures following loan decisions, including loan payment appropriation, collection and guarantee management.
We serve government grant applicants and grant granting authorities. In addition, we publish data on state subsidies applied for and granted.
The State Treasury is responsible for the state's consolidated accounting and the steering and development of financial administration, payment transactions and procurement operations. In addition, we support government organisations in the transformation of working life and promote knowledge-based management.
The State Treasury develops the financial information service for municipalities and welfare areas and promotes knowledge-based management.
Stipulations and instructions issued by the State Treasury relating to the financial administration and municipal finances of the state. Documents can be searched by target group, document type, category and year, and by free word search.
The state only receives e-invoices that comply with the European standard and government agencies have the capability to send e-invoices. E-invoicing is a prerequisite for the automation of financial administration.
The State Treasury supervises the right of the state to the estates of persons who have died without heirs.
The State Treasury, as the guardian of the state, administers the fee exemptions applied for from payments or compensations to the state, as well as the non-payments of statutory occupational pension, transport, patient and employer accident insurance.