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.
Administrative and support services, as well as financial transparency links and economic and revenue information.
Consensus revenue estimating and monthly revenue reports.
Transparency site run by the Department of Administration, with revenue, spending, contract, grant, and other financial information.
Executive budget and financial reporting information; part of Department of Administration.
Past appropriations and budget adjustment information.
Investments, cash, and debt management, as well as administration of major state retirement funds.
Financial and performance audits, as well as special investigations and auditor memos.
Commentary on taxes, spending, and the state’s fiscal condition, as well as other policy issues; part of the State Policy Network of state-focused, free market-oriented think tanks.
Coverage of tax and budget, as well as policy; part of the State Priorities Partnership, a network of state organizations coordinated by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Appropriations, budget, capital, economic, and topic-specific financial information, as well as the annual Fiscal Facts and links to finance committee meetings.
Budget and other fiscal and topical briefings.