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About NAUPA

The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) is a non-profit organization affiliated with the National Association of State Treasurers and the Council of State Governments. Members represent all states, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and other international governmental entities.

Purpose/Mission
To promote and strengthen unclaimed property administration and interstate cooperation in order to enhance States' return of unclaimed property to rightful owners and provide a forum for the open exchange of information and ideas.

Vision
To be the foremost authority on unclaimed property and the affirmed leader of the coalition of States, administrators, and holders working together to reunite rightful owners with their property.

Values
Stewardship: NAUPA members are committed and obligated to safeguarding and returning unclaimed property to rightful owners.
Integrity: NAUPA members act in a manner that continually earns and justifies the trust of those we serve.
Professionalism: NAUPA members ethically execute their duties and responsibilities, and strive to enhance their expertise and understanding of unclaimed property issues, while consistently treating others with respect and fairness.
Innovation: NAUPA members actively explore and utilize emerging strategies, processes, and technologies to address changing environments impacting unclaimed property.


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