The West Virginia State Treasurer’s e-Government Services Program provides an electronic payment system for goods and services offered by a variety of state agencies and local governments. Payments are remitted with the use of credit cards or electronic fund transfers (EFTs). The e-Government program saves the state time and money and makes it easier for individuals to do business with the state.
The program has grown every year since it began in 2001. E-Government uses online, secure portals maintained by the Treasurer’s Office. These portals are connected to other agencies’ websites to make it easier for people to remit certain payments to various state agencies or local governments.
State agencies that accept any type of payment transactions are eligible to take advantage of e-Government services. Examples of state agencies that use e-Government services include the Division of Natural Resources and the State Tax Department.
Many colleges and universities accept tuition payments via the e-Government program. In fact, West Virginia University continues to collect the most dollars over the Internet with more than $116.6 million in e-Government transactions.
In addition to state agencies, the Treasurer’s Office offers payment processing services to political subdivisions that have accounts with the Board of Treasury Investments.
Counties, cities, boards of education, public service districts and emergency service organizations are all eligible for payment processing through the Treasurer’s Office.
Professionals across the Mountain State may renew their licenses online thanks to e-Government. More than a dozen boards and commissions use our services to make their renewal process easy and efficient.
If you believe our services fit your payment processing needs, please contact our program representatives at e-GovernmentGroup@wvsto.com. You may also call the check hotline at 304-558-3599 and ask for someone in e-Government.
The Treasurer’s Office can process lockbox payments and online credit card clearing. We can also debit users' checking accounts when they enter their bank information online or set up a repetitive debit. We have contracts that allow state agencies to set up point-of-sale terminals and process tax payments online using a convenience fee, and we also offer investment options.
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West Virginia State Treasurer's Office
1900 Kanawha Boulevard
Capitol Complex Building #1, Room E-145
Charleston, West Virginia 25305
304-558-5000 Toll Free: 800-422-7498Hours: 8am-5pm (ET)