State Budget Sources: An Annotated Guide to State Budgets, Financial Reports, and Fiscal Analyses is a resource published by the Volcker Alliance designed to help public officials, policy advocates, journalists, academics, and concerned citizens fully understand the critical fiscal decisions that governors and legislators must make. The guide includes the links below to budgets for this state as well as legislative analyses of budget bills and treasurers’ or comptrollers’ monthly state cash-flow statements; capital spending plans; reports on public-worker pension funding and returns; and reports by local and national fiscal research organizations, bond rating firms, and associations of state fiscal and finance officials.
Budget, accounting, financial reporting; debt and other fiscal functions.
Financial overview and details on revenues, budgets, and expenses, with links to information on topics such as Medicaid, capital funding, and school foundation funding.
Operating and capital budgets; mid-biennium review of information and links to monthly reports on revenues and budget stabilization information.
Comprehensive annual financial reports, OBM monthly financial reports, treasurer’s state debt reports, and state retirement systems reports.
Research organization concerned with pensions and taxes, with some budget coverage; part of the State Policy Network of state-focused, free market-oriented think tanks.
Research organization focused on fairness and economic opportunity issues, with some attention to revenue and budget; part of the State Priorities Partnership, a network of state organizations coordinated by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.