The Department has a broad range of responsibilities. At the highest level these can be categorised as advising the States on matters relating to the allocation and administration of all States resources, the regulation and control of States financial affairs, the raising of States income, the systems for the assessment and collection of income tax, dwellings profits tax (currently suspended) and tax on real property.
There are six Sections that comprise the Treasury & Resources Department which are responsible for the delivery of the policy priorities established by the Department's political Board* and for carrying out all of the necessary day-to-day work of the Department.
A brief synopsis of each Section follows, with a more detailed overview available on the right hand side of this page.
The teams within the Central Services portfolio consist of the States' 'Shared Transactional Service Centre', located at Sir Charles Frossard House and known as 'The HUB' (which provides core business support services to all States departments), and the Guernsey Digimap Service, located at the Old Tobacco Factory (which manages the provision of the States digital map).
(Please refer queries relating to TRP collection to the Recoveries Manager, Treasury & Resources Cashiers, tel: 717003, email email@example.com.
For queries relating to the States of Guernsey Digital Map, please contact Guernsey Digital map Services, tel :729240 )
Corporate Procurement Services
Corporate Procurement ensures that all States' purchasing complies with all best procurement practice and provides corporate procurement services and advice to Departments and Committees.
Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
ICT oversees the corporate ICT Strategy and Infrastructure.
Income Tax ensures that the assessment and collection of Income Tax takes place, maintains the systems for the assessment and collection of those taxes and administers the requirements of the current Tax Laws that are applicable in the Bailiwick.
States Property Services
Administers and maintains all aspects of the States' property portfolio.
Ensures the effective management of all States' financial assets under the Department's control, whilst providing corporate Treasury services to Departments and Committees and preparing the States' annual Accounts and Budget.