4-5-23. Public funds to be invested by investment officer--Functions transferred--Agreements with risk-sharing entities. The state investment officer is responsible for the investment of the state public funds as defined in chapter 4-4. All functions, powers, and duties presently vested by law in any officer, official, employee, agency, or commission which relates to the investment of the state public funds and accounts enumerated in this section are transferred to the state investment officer. In addition, the state investment officer may enter into agreements for the investment of cash accounts, reserves, and surplus funds with public entities created for the purpose of risk sharing pursuant to chapter 1-24. These entities' investments shall be restricted as provided in § 4-5-26. The agreements shall provide for the transfer of money from the public entities investment pool to the investment council expense account as provided in § 4-5-30.
Source: SL 1971, ch 27, § 13; SL 1984, ch 30, § 2; SL 1997, ch 37, § 1; SL 1999, ch 20, § 2.