900 Court St. NE, Rm. 140A, Salem, OR 97301
The administrator's office coordinates and oversees the operation of the following administrative units: Employee Services, Committee Services, Facility Services, Financial Services, Information Services
900 Court St. NE, Rm. 143, Salem, OR 97301
The Legislative Commission on Indian Services (CIS) was created by statute in 1975 to improve services to Indians in Oregon. Its 13 members are appointed jointly by the Senate President and the Speaker of the House to a two-year term. CIS members select their own officers to serve one-year terms of office.
900 Court St. NE, Room 62, Salem, Oregon 97301
The Legislative Branch is committed to promoting a respectful and inclusive environment in the State Capitol and in any setting in which conduct has the ability to create a Capitol environment that is intimidating, hostile or offensive, or may constitute conduct that amounts to retaliation for the making of a good-faith complaint under [rule 27] or for participation in an investigation under [rule 27].
Rule 27 (1)(a) as adopted in enrolled HCR20 (2019)
900 Court St. NE, Rm. H-178, Salem, OR 97301
The Legislative Fiscal Office (LFO) is a permanent nonpartisan legislative service agency that:
- Provides comprehensive research, analysis, and recommendations on the state’s biennial budget
- Evaluates state expenditures, program administration, and agency organization
- Assists in developing the Legislature’s adopted balanced budget
- Prepares fiscal impact statements on legislative measures
- Publishes detailed analyses, summary documents, and briefs on budget-related topics
900 Court St. NE, Rm. S-101, Salem, OR 97301
The Office of the Legislative Counsel (LC) is a permanent, nonpartisan legislative service agency. It provides legal and publication services to the members, committees and staff of the Legislative Assembly.
900 Court St. NE, Rm. 453, Salem, OR 97301
The Legislative Policy and Research Office (LPRO), created by the Legislative Assembly in Senate Bill 1569 (2016), provides centralized, professional and nonpartisan research, issue analysis and committee management services for the Legislative Assembly.
- Assists committee chairs in developing committee work plans, organizing and administering meetings, posting agendas and processing measures in and out of committee;
- Provides nonpartisan, objective research to legislators and assists with developing policy options;
- Conducts measure analysis (summarizes what measures do, captures key issues discussed and provides background information);
- Coordinates with Legislative Counsel’s Office to obtain legal opinions, bill drafts and amendments;
- Works with Legislative Fiscal and Revenue Offices to obtain impact statements on measures;
- Serves as a resource and additional communications link for legislators, legislative personnel, agencies, the public and other participants in the legislative process;
- Assists committees with adherence to procedural and parliamentary rules;
- Develops publications, such as Background Briefs on policy issues and a Summary of Legislation for each Session; and
- Produces committee meeting records, which are available on the Legislative Assembly’s website.
900 Court St. NE, Rm. 160, Salem, OR 97301
The Legislative Revenue Office (LRO) is a permanent, non-partisan legislative service agency. It provides research and analysis on tax policy and school finance issues for legislators, legislative committees, and their staffs.