The commissioner of management and budget and other custodians of securities belonging to the various funds shall provide in the appropriate cases the state board and its delegates with reasonable access thereto. Each security shall be held as an asset of the fund from which the investment expenditure was made.
The commissioner of management and budget shall report immediately to the state board all personal property other than money received by the state of Minnesota as escheated property. If the state board elects to sell escheated property, all money received from the sale shall be credited to the general fund of the state.
State audits of the activities of the state board and its delegates shall be conducted by the legislative auditor.
The commissioner of administration shall provide the director and staff with suitable office and storage space in the State Capitol complex as near as practicable to the office of the commissioner of management and budget.