Oregon Oregon State Treasury

Rule Rule 170-002-0000
Fees for Public Records


(1)

The Oregon State Treasury may charge a fee reasonably calculated to reimburse the Oregon State Treasury for the costs of locating, compiling, editing, redacting, or otherwise processing information and records in response to a request for public records.
(2) When the cost to provide public records under section (1) is $25 or more, the Oregon State Treasury may charge a person requesting public records for the following:
(a) An hourly rate, charged in 15-minute increments, based on the work performed and not on the employee performing the work. The rates are:
(A) Investment Officer: $95 per hour;
(B) In-house Counsel: $95 per hour;
(C) Manager: $70 per hour;
(D) Professional: $50 per hour; and
(E) Clerical: $30 per hour.
(b) The rate for photocopying, duplicating, mailing, third-party costs, or other costs necessary to complete a response to a request for public records are as follows:
(A) Certified copies: $1 per page;
(B) Uncertified copies: $0.05 (5 cents) per page;
(C) Copies made by DAS Copy Center: actual cost or best estimate of cost;
(D) Other applicable charges: actual cost or best estimate of cost; and
(E) Attorney General charges: actual cost or best estimate of cost based on the Attorney General’s fee schedule.
(c) The Oregon State Treasury will charge $25 per report when a person requests any Investment Performance and Holdings Report.
(3) A person may request a fee waiver or reduction as in the manner required under OAR 170-002-0002 (Procedure to Request Public Records)(3)(b)(D). Treasury will not consider a request for fee waiver or reduction after an estimate is sent to the person requesting the public record.
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Jun. 8, 2021