NEW YORK STATE

FIRST QUARTERLY UPDATE TO THE
FINANCIAL PLAN FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013
PROJECTIONS FOR FY 2013 THROUGH FY 2016

ANDREW M. CUOMO, GOVERNOR
ROBERT L. MEGNA, DIRECTOR

JULY 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION ...............................................................................................................1
FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW .......................................................................................5
MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS ......................................................19
FY 2013 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS .....................................................71
GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS .........................................................................................79
FINANCIAL PLAN TABLES AND ACCOMPANYING NOTES....................................... 83

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION
This is the First Quarterly Update to the Enacted Budget Financial Plan (the “Updated
Financial Plan”) for FY 2013. Except for the specific revisions described herein, the projections
(and the assumptions upon which they are based) in the Updated Financial Plan are consistent
with the projections set forth in the Enacted Budget Financial Plan. Readers should refer to the
Enacted Budget Financial Plan for a complete explanation of the receipts and disbursements
projections for FYs 2013 through 2016. The State’s FY 2013 began on April 1, 2012 and ends
on March 31, 2013. DOB1 expects to next update the Financial Plan projections in October
2012.
The State’s General Fund — the fund that receives the majority of State taxes and all income
not earmarked for a particular program or activity — is required to be balanced on a cash basis of
accounting. The State Constitution and State Finance Law do not define budget balance. In
practice, the General Fund is considered balanced on a cash basis of accounting if sufficient
resources are expected to be available during the fiscal year for the State to (a) make all required
payments, including PIT refunds, without the issuance of deficit notes or bonds, and (b) restore
the balances in the Tax Stabilization Reserve and Rainy Day Reserve to levels at or above the
levels on deposit when the fiscal year began.
The General Fund is typically the financing source of last resort for the State’s other major
funds, including HCRA funds, the DHBTF, the STAR Fund, and the Lottery Fund. Therefore,
the General Fund projections account for any estimated funding shortfalls in these funds. Since
the General Fund is the fund that is required to be balanced, the focus of the State’s budget
discussion is often weighted toward the General Fund.
The State accounts for receipts and disbursements by the fund in which the activity takes
place (such as the General Fund), and the broad category or purpose of that activity (such as
State Operations). The Financial Plan tables sort State projections and results by fund and
category. The State also reports disbursements and receipts activity by two other broad
measures: State Operating Funds, which includes the General Fund and funds specified for
dedicated purposes, but excludes Federal Funds and Capital Projects Funds; and All
Governmental Funds (“All Funds”), which includes both State and Federal Funds and provides
the most comprehensive view of the financial operations of the State.
Fund types of the State include: the General Fund; State Special Revenue Funds, which
receive certain dedicated taxes, fees and other revenues that are used for a specified purpose;
Federal Special Revenue Funds, which receive certain Federal grants; Capital Projects Funds,
which account for costs incurred in the construction, rehabilitation, and related expenses of
infrastructure projects; and Debt Service Funds, which account for the payment of principal,
interest, and related expenses for debt issued by the State and its public authorities.

1

Please see “Glossary of Acronyms” at the end of this document for the definitions of commonly used acronyms and
abbreviations that appear in the text.

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The factors affecting the State's financial condition are complex. This Updated Financial
Plan contains forecasts, projections, and estimates that are based on expectations and
assumptions which existed at the time they were prepared. Since many factors may materially
affect fiscal and economic conditions in the State, the inclusion in this Updated Financial Plan of
forecasts, projections, and estimates should not be regarded as a representation that such
forecasts, projections, and estimates will occur. Forecasts, projections, and estimates are not
intended as representations of fact or guarantees of results. The words “expects,” “forecasts,”
“projects,” “intends,” “anticipates,” “estimates,” and analogous expressions are intended to
identify forward-looking statements in the Updated Financial Plan. Any such statements
inherently are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to
differ materially and adversely from those projected. Such risks and uncertainties include, among
others, general economic and business conditions, changes in political, social and economic
conditions, political, legal, or administrative impediments to the implementation of gap-closing
actions, regulatory initiatives and compliance with governmental regulations, litigation and
various other events, conditions and circumstances, many of which are beyond the control of the
State. These forward-looking statements speak only as of the date they were prepared.

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FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW
FY 2013 UPDATE
In this Updated Financial Plan, DOB estimates that the General Fund will remain in balance
in FY 2013, consistent with the Enacted Budget Financial Plan.
General Fund receipts, including transfers from other funds, are now expected to total $58.9
billion in FY 2013, a decrease of $5 million from the Enacted Budget forecast. General Fund
disbursements, including transfers to other funds, are expected to total $59.2 billion, an increase
of $340 million. The increase in estimated disbursements is due almost exclusively to retroactive
payments pursuant to labor settlements reached with two public employee unions since the
enactment of the FY 2013 budget. The payments, which are expected to be made in the second
and third quarters of the current fiscal year, are expected to total $345 million and will be
financed from General Fund balances designated for this purpose.
General Fund disbursements, including transfers to other funds, totaled $14.3 billion through
June 2012, or approximately $700 million below the Enacted forecast. The lower spending
compared to the forecast was due mainly to the timing of several large payments originally
anticipated to be made in June 2012 but now expected to occur by the end of the second quarter
of FY 2013. After adjusting for these timing-related variances, disbursements to date appear to
be generally consistent with the Enacted Budget forecast through the first quarter, except for the
specific revisions described in the section titled “Multi-Year Financial Plan Revisions”.
Operating results through the first quarter of FY 2013 were positive in comparison to the
estimate in the Enacted Budget Financial Plan. (See “FY 2013 Year-to-Date Operating Results”
herein.) General Fund receipts, including transfers from other funds, totaled $15.4 billion
through June 2012, $115 million above the Enacted forecast. The positive receipts results
observed in April 2012 were offset in part by weaker June 2012 results. The downside risks to
the national economy from slowing global growth emphasized in the Enacted Budget Financial
Plan appear to have intensified, and DOB will continue to monitor the uncertainties and risks
regarding the economic and receipts forecast. (See “Multi-Year Financial Projections –
Economic Backdrop” herein.)
The Financial Plan is subject to a number of risks, including the strength and duration of the
economic recovery and the execution of specific transactions. (See “Other Matters Affecting the
Financial Plan” herein.)
DOB estimates that the General Fund will end FY 2013 with a balance of $1.5 billion in FY
2013, a decrease of $345 million from the estimate included in the Enacted Budget Financial
Plan. This decline reflects the use of the fund balance designated for the payment of retroactive
labor settlements. Since enactment of the FY 2013 budget, the State has reached agreements with
NYSCOPBA and Council 82.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN REVISIONS
The following table summarizes the revisions to the Enacted Budget Financial Plan that
affect General Fund operating projections.2 Descriptions of the changes follow the table.
GENERAL FUND BUDGETARY BASIS SURPLUS/(GAP) PROJECTIONS
SUMMARY OF MAJOR CHANGES FROM ENACTED BUDGET
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
ENACTED BUDGET SURPLUS/(GAP) FORECAST
Collective Bargaining (Net Impact)
Litigation: Gyrodyne Judgment

FY 2015

FY 2016

0

(950)

(3,415)

(4,130)

0

0

(59)

(95)

(16)

4

4

4

Receipts Forecast

49

2

(75)

(102)

Spending Forecast

(33)

(38)

(45)

(47)

(982)

(3,590)

(4,370)

UPDATED BUDGET SURPLUS/(GAP) FORECAST

FY 2014

0

Collective Bargaining: Since enactment of the FY 2013 Budget, the State has reached
labor settlements with the members of NYSCOPBA (representing correction officers and
facility security employees) and Council 82 (representing lieutenants and facility security
supervisors). Similar to the settlements agreed to between the State and its other public
employee unions, the new settlements provide for no general salary increases for three
years (FY 2012 through FY 2014), followed by a 2 percent increase in each of FY 2015
and FY 2016, and a $1,000 lump sum payment ($775 paid in FY 2014 and $225 paid in
FY 2015). In addition, NYSCOPBA and Council 82 employees will receive retroactive
wage increases of 3 percent and 4 percent for FY 2010 and FY 2011, respectively,
consistent with the terms agreed to by the State’s largest unions for that period.
Employee compensation will be temporarily reduced in conjunction with a deficit
reduction program that is similar to those in effect for other employee unions. A portion
of these reductions will be repaid in installments beginning in FY 2016.
The General Fund costs of these labor settlements, which includes the retroactive wage
increases, are estimated at $345 million in FY 2013; $144 million in FY 2014; $167
million in FY 2015; and $199 million in FY 2016. The personal service estimates for
agencies affected by the new settlements have been increased by these amounts, and the
General Fund balances designated to finance the retroactive portion of the settlements
have been decreased. The reserves, which were previously set aside for this purpose in
each year of the Financial Plan (i.e., already counted in the projected General Fund

2

Certain revisions displayed on the financial plan tables for reclassifications and reallocations of receipts and disbursements projections are
excluded
from
the
discussion
of
revisions
since
they
have
no
net
Financial
Plan
impact.
These
adjustments include changes in planned transfers from other funds offset by a commensurate change in planned transfers to other funds, and
revisions related to reallocation of reductions in State agency operations included in the Enacted Budget that affect both receipts and
disbursements, including transfers.

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budget gaps) are expected to be sufficient to cover these labor settlement costs in FY
2013 and FY 2014, consistent with other settlements. Starting in FY 2015, the new
settlements and the maintenance of a reserve for certain unsettled (prior to FY 2012)
unions will require modest additional General Fund resources.

Litigation: The Court of Appeals upheld a decision by the Court of Claims ordering the
State to compensate the Gyrodyne Company of America, Inc. in connection with a taking
of certain real property by the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 2005.
The State paid the judgment, which totaled $167 million, on July 5, 2012. The State
funded the capital portion (and eligible expenses) of the judgment through the issuance of
bonds ($135 million) and the remaining costs through the State’s General State Charges
appropriation for Court of Claims settlements ($32 million). The capital costs related to
the judgment will be accommodated within SUNY’s existing capital appropriations and
the State’s planned debt issuances for FY 2013. No increase in SUNY capital program
was required. SUNY is expected to reimburse the State for the remaining costs over a
multi-year period through transfers of money from SUNY special revenue funds to the
General Fund. The FY 2013 transfer from SUNY to reimburse the General Fund is
expected to total $16 million, which after the $32 million Court of Claims settlement
payment, results in a $16 million net cost to the General Fund in the current year.

Receipts Forecast: Estimated tax collections have been revised down modestly over the
multi-year Financial Plan, mainly reflecting lower sales tax collections based on a decline
in the sales tax base and experience to date. The receipts forecast has been revised
upward to reflect the receipt of an additional $75 million from civil recoveries by district
attorneys in FY 2013 and additional miscellaneous reimbursements ($50 million in FY
2013 and FY 2014).

Spending Forecast: DOB has revised its spending projections slightly upward to
account for recent trends and experience, as well as other known factors. The significant
changes include an upward revision to estimated General State Charges reflecting
increases in workers’ compensation expenses; increased funding for reimbursements
made in June 2012 to school districts for higher than planned MTA payroll tax costs and
revised assumptions for spending from education grants. These increases are partly
offset by an increase to estimated lottery receipts in the current year based on actual
results to date, which lowers the transfer from the General Fund to the Lottery Fund.

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OTHER MATTERS AFFECTING THE FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL
The Updated Financial Plan is subject to many complex economic, social, financial, and
political risks and uncertainties, many of which are outside the ability of the State to control.
DOB believes that the projections of receipts and disbursements in the Enacted Budget are based
on reasonable assumptions, but there can be no assurance that actual results will not differ
materially and adversely from these projections. In certain fiscal years, actual receipts
collections have fallen substantially below the levels forecast in the Financial Plan.
The Updated Financial Plan is based on numerous assumptions, including the condition of
the State and national economies and the concomitant receipt of economically sensitive tax
receipts in the amounts projected. Other uncertainties and risks concerning the economic and
receipts forecasts include the impact of: national and international events, such as the Euro-zone
financial crisis, consumer confidence, oil supplies, and oil prices; Federal statutory and
regulatory changes concerning financial sector activities; changes concerning financial sector
bonus payouts, as well as any future legislation governing the structure of compensation; shifts
in monetary policy affecting interest rates and the financial markets; financial and real estate
market developments on bonus income and capital gains realizations; and household debt
reduction on consumer spending and State tax collections.
Among other factors, the Updated Financial Plan is subject to various other uncertainties and
contingencies relating to: the extent, if any, to which wage increases for State employees exceed
the annual wage costs assumed; changes in the size of the State’s workforce; the realization of
the projected rate of return for pension fund assets and current assumptions with respect to wages
for State employees affecting the State's required pension fund contributions; the willingness and
ability of the Federal government to provide the aid contemplated by the Updated Financial Plan;
the ability of the State to implement cost reduction initiatives, including reductions in State
agency operations, and the success with which the State controls expenditures; and the ability of
the State and its public authorities to market securities successfully in the public credit markets.
Some of these specific issues are described in more detail herein. The projections and
assumptions contained in the Updated Financial Plan are subject to revisions which may involve
substantial change. No assurance can be given that these estimates and projections, which
include actions the State expects to be taken but which are not within the State's control, will be
realized.

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BUDGET RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES
There can be no assurance that the General Fund will end the current fiscal year in balance
on a budgetary (cash) basis of accounting, or that the budget gaps will not increase materially
from current projections. If such events were to occur, the State would be required to take
additional gap-closing actions. These may include, but are not limited to, additional reductions
in State agency operations; delays or reductions in payments to local governments or other
recipients of State aid; delays in or suspension of capital maintenance and construction;
extraordinary financing of operating expenses; or other measures. In some cases, the ability of
the State to implement such actions requires the approval of the Legislature and cannot be
implemented solely by the action of the Governor.
State law grants the Executive certain powers to achieve the Medicaid savings assumed in the
Financial Plan. However, there can be no assurance that these powers will be sufficient to limit
the rate of annual growth in DOH State Funds Medicaid spending to the levels estimated in the
Enacted Budget Financial Plan. In addition, savings are dependent upon timely Federal
approvals, appropriate amendments to existing systems and processes, revenue performance in
the State’s HCRA fund, which provides support for approximately one-third of the DOH Stateshare of Medicaid costs, and the participation of health care industry stakeholders. In particular,
funding resources that are expected to be generated through health care surcharges and other
provider assessments may decline as a result of Medicaid Redesign initiatives which reduce
expenditures and unnecessary utilization, as well as from the continued shift of fee-for-service
delivery models to managed care. An inability to achieve these planned savings would reduce
the available funding support for Medicaid from HCRA, and could potentially require a
commensurate level of additional General Fund support in order to meet program needs.
The forecast contains specific transaction risks and other uncertainties including, but not
limited to, the receipt of certain payments from public authorities; the receipt of miscellaneous
receipts at the levels expected in the Financial Plan, including payments pursuant to the TribalState Compact that have failed to materialize in prior years; and the achievement of cost-saving
measures including, but not limited to, the transfer of available fund balances to the General
Fund at the levels currently projected. Such risks and uncertainties, if they were to materialize,
could have an adverse impact on the Financial Plan in the current year or future years.
HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY CONVERSIONS
State law permits a health insurance company to convert its organizational status from a notfor-profit to a for-profit corporation (a “health care conversion”), subject to a number of terms,
conditions, and approvals. Under State law, the State is entitled to proceeds from a health care
conversion, and such must be used for health-care-related expenses. The Updated Financial Plan
counts on proceeds of $250 million in FY 2013 and $300 million annually in FYs 2014, 2015,
and 2016, which would be deposited into the HCRA account. If a conversion does not occur on
the timetable or at the levels assumed in the Financial Plan, the State would be required to take
other actions to increase available resources or to reduce planned spending in HCRA.

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STATUS OF CURRENT LABOR NEGOTIATIONS
The State has multi-year labor contracts with its two largest employee unions, CSEA and
PEF, as well as NYSPBA (representing the APSU bargaining unit, formerly ALES),
NYSCOPBA, and Council 82. The contracts provide for no general salary increases for FY
2012 through FY 2014, substantial increases to employee health insurance contributions, and a
temporary reduction in employee compensation through a deficit reduction program. Employees
will receive a $1,000 lump sum payment ($775 paid in FY 2014 and $225 paid in FY 2015); a 2
percent salary increase in each of FY 2015 and FY 2016; and be repaid the value of FY 2013
deficit reduction adjustments at the end of their contract term. The PEF contract generally
mirrors the provisions for the other unions, but the contract covers a four-year period. PEF
employees will receive a 2 percent salary increase in FY 2015.
Employees in the unions that have reached settlements with the State have contingent layoff
protection for FY 2013 and continuing protection for the full term of the agreements. Reductions
in force due to management decisions to close or restructure facilities authorized by legislation,
SAGE Commission recommendations, or material or unanticipated changes in the State's fiscal
circumstances are not covered by this protection.
The State is in negotiations with its other unions, the largest of which is UUP, which
represents faculty and non-teaching professional staff within the State University system.
LABOR SETTLEMENTS FOR PRIOR CONTRACT PERIODS
The Updated Financial Plan continues to include a planned reserve to cover the costs of a
pattern settlement with unions that have not agreed to contracts for prior contract. The amount
of the reserve is based on the general salary increases agreed to by the State’s largest unions for
the same period. There can be no assurance that actual settlements for prior periods will not
exceed the amounts reserved. In addition, the State’s ability to fund the amounts reserved in FY
2014 and beyond depends on the achievement of balanced budgets in those years.
In August 2011, a statutorily authorized judicial compensation commission authorized a
multi-year plan to provide salary increases for judges beginning in FY 2013, which will
automatically take effect barring action by the Legislature and the Governor to obviate the
increases. The Updated Financial Plan assumes salary increases in the Judiciary’s current budget
projections.
CASH-FLOW PROJECTIONS
The State authorizes the General Fund to borrow resources temporarily from available funds
in STIP for up to four months, or to the end of the fiscal year, whichever period is shorter. The
amount of resources that can be borrowed by the General Fund is limited to the available
balances in STIP, as determined by the State Comptroller. Available balances include money in
the State’s governmental funds and a relatively small amount of other moneys belonging to the
State. Several accounts in Debt Service Funds and Capital Projects Funds that are part of All

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Governmental Funds are excluded from the balances deemed available in STIP. These excluded
funds consist of bond proceeds and money obligated for debt service payments.
In FY 2012, the General Fund used STIP to meet certain payment obligations during April
2011, and repaid such amounts by the end of the same month.
Based on current information, DOB expects that the State will have sufficient liquidity to
make payments as they become due throughout FY 2013, but that the General Fund may, from
time to time, need to borrow resources temporarily from other funds in STIP. The State
continues to reserve money on a quarterly basis for debt service payments that are financed with
General Fund resources. Money to pay debt service on bonds secured by dedicated receipts,
including PIT bonds, continues to be set aside as required by law and bond covenants.
Consistent with prior years, DOB estimates that General Fund balances will reach relatively low
levels in August and December 2012.
The following table provides actual month-end balances through June 2012 and estimated
balances for the remaining months in FY 2013.
ALL FUNDS MONTH-END CASH BALANCES
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)
General

Other

All

Fund

Funds

Funds

April (Results)

5,637

2,349

7,986

May (Results)

2,018

2,831

4,849

June (Results)

2,935

2,070

5,005

July (Est.)

2,575

2,346

4,921

August (Est.)

1,272

3,405

4,677

September (Est.)

4,098

971

5,069

October (Est.)

3,056

1,383

4,439

November (Est.)

1,935

2,337

4,272

December (Est.)

1,327

780

2,107

January (Est.)

5,342

2,149

7,491

February (Est.)

5,721

2,818

8,539

March (Est.)

1,474

1,743

3,217

FEDERAL ACTIONS
The State receives a substantial amount of Federal aid for health care, education,
transportation, and other governmental purposes. Any reduction in Federal funding levels could
have a materially adverse impact on the State's Updated Financial Plan.
The Federal Budget Control Act (“BCA”) of 2011 imposed annual caps on Federal
discretionary spending over a ten-year period. The specific spending reductions necessary for
Congress to live within the caps will be decided through the annual Federal budget process, so
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the magnitude of impact on Federal funds for the State has yet to be determined. Further, if
additional deficit reduction is not enacted, the BCA directs that savings be achieved through
sequestration of FY 2013 funding, with across-the-board cuts to Federal discretionary programs
scheduled for January 2013, and lower discretionary caps in the following eight years. It is
estimated that Federal non-defense discretionary programs would face an across-the-board
reduction of approximately 7.8 percent in January 2013.
The State is analyzing the potential impact of the BCA on the State Financial Plan and State
economy. If the sequester is implemented, DOB estimates that New York State and local
governments could lose approximately $5 billion in Federal funding over nine years, beginning
in FY 2013, from these additional Federal deficit reduction measures. DOB expects to make
adjustments to the Financial Plan as more definitive information becomes available.
In addition, the Financial Plan may be adversely affected by other actions taken by the
Federal government, including audits, disallowances, and changes to Federal participation rates
or other Medicaid rules. For example, all Medicaid claims are subject to audit and review by the
Federal government, and, although no official audit has commenced, questions have been raised
with respect to the reimbursement methodology used for New York State OPWDD-delivered
developmental center services. The rates paid for these services are established in full
accordance with the methodology set forth in New York’s federally-approved State Plan. While
New York State continues to work collaboratively with its Federal partners to resolve these
concerns, adverse action by the Federal government relative to these claims could jeopardize a
significant amount of Federal financial participation in the State Medicaid program.
LITIGATION
Litigation against the State may include potential challenges to the constitutionality of
various actions. The State may also be affected by adverse decisions that are the result of
various lawsuits. Such adverse decisions may not meet the materiality threshold to warrant
individual description but, in the aggregate, could still adversely affect the State's Financial Plan.

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OTHER POST-EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
State employees become eligible for post-employment benefits (health insurance) if they
reach retirement while working for the State with at least ten years of service. The cost of
providing post-retirement health insurance is shared between the State and the retired employee.
Contributions are established by law and may be amended by the Legislature. The State pays its
share of costs on a PAYGO basis as required by law.
In accordance with GASB 45, the State must perform an actuarial valuation every two years
for purposes of calculating OPEB liabilities. As disclosed in Note 13 of the State’s Basic
Financial Statements for FY 2012, the ARC represents the annual level of funding that, if set
aside on an ongoing basis, is projected to cover normal costs each year and to amortize any
unfunded liabilities of the plan over a period not to exceed 30 years. Amounts required but not
actually set aside to pay for these benefits are accumulated with interest as part of the net OPEB
obligation, after adjusting for amounts previously required.
As reported in the State’s Basic Financial Statements for FY 2012, an actuarial valuation of
OPEB liabilities was performed as of April 1, 2010. The valuation calculated the present value
of the actuarial accrued total liability for benefits as of April 1, 2010 at $72.1 billion ($59.7
billion for the State and $12.4 billion for SUNY), determined using the Frozen Entry Age
actuarial cost method, and is amortized over an open period of 30 years using the level
percentage of projected payroll amortization method.
The net OPEB liability for FY 2012 totaled $3.9 billion ($3.1 billion for the State and $0.8
billion for SUNY) under the Frozen Entry Age actuarial cost method, allocating costs on a level
basis over earnings. This was $2.5 billion ($1.9 billion for the State and $0.6 billion for SUNY)
above the payments for retiree costs made by the State in FY 2012. This difference between the
State’s PAYGO costs and the actuarially determined required annual contribution under GASB
45 reduced the State’s currently positive net asset condition at the end of FY 2012 by $2.5
billion.
GASB does not require the additional costs to be funded on the State’s budgetary (cash)
basis, and no funding is assumed for this purpose in the Financial Plan. The State continues to
finance these costs, along with all other employee health care expenses, on a PAYGO basis.
There is no provision in the current Financial Plan to pre-fund OPEB liabilities. If such
liabilities were pre-funded, the additional cost above the PAYGO amounts would be lowered.
The State’s Health Insurance Council, which consists of GOER, Civil Service, and DOB, will
continue to review this matter and seek input from the State Comptroller, the legislative fiscal
committees and other outside parties. However, it is not expected that the State will alter its
planned funding practices in light of existing fiscal conditions.

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BOND MARKET
Implementation of the Enacted Budget Financial Plan is dependent on the State's ability to
market its bonds successfully. The State finances much of its capital spending in the first
instance from the General Fund or STIP, which it then reimburses with proceeds from the sale of
bonds. If the State cannot sell bonds at the levels (or on the timetable) expected in the capital
plan, the State’s overall cash position and capital funding plan may be affected adversely. The
success of projected public sales is subject to prevailing market conditions. Future developments
in the financial markets generally, as well as future developments concerning the State, may
affect the market for outstanding State-supported and State-related debt.
DEBT REFORM ACT LIMIT
The Debt Reform Act of 2000 restricts the issuance of State-supported debt to capital
purposes only and limits such debt to a maximum term of 30 years. The Act limits the amount of
new State-supported debt to 4 percent of State personal income and new State-supported debt
service costs to 5 percent of All Funds receipts. The restrictions apply to all new State-supported
debt issued on and after April 1, 2000. The cap on new State-supported debt outstanding began at
0.75 percent of personal income in FY 2001 and was fully phased in at 4 percent of personal
income during FY 2011, while the cap on new State-supported debt service costs began at 0.75
percent of All Funds receipts in FY 2001 and will increase until it is fully phased in at 5 percent
during FY 2014. The State was found to be in compliance with the statutory caps for the most
recent calculation period (October 2011).
Current projections estimate that debt outstanding and debt service will continue to remain
below the limits imposed by the Act. However, the State is continuing through a period of
relatively limited debt capacity. Based on the most recent personal income and debt outstanding
forecasts, the available room under the debt outstanding cap is expected to decline from $3.6
billion in FY 2012 to $752 million in FY 2014. The State is continuing to implement measures
to address capital spending priorities and debt financing practices.

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NEW DEBT OUTSTANDING - CAPPED AT 4 PERCENT OF PERSONAL INCOME
(millions of dollars)
Personal

Actual/

$

%

Year

Income

Cap %

Recommended %

(Above)/Below Cap

(Above)/Below Cap

FY 2012

983,868

4.00%

3.64%

3,552

0.36%

FY 2013

1,018,904

4.00%

3.87%

1,366

0.13%

FY 2014

1,068,876

4.00%

3.93%

752

0.07%

FY 2015

1,129,704

4.00%

3.91%

1,064

0.09%

FY 2016

1,187,324

4.00%

3.87%

1,524

0.13%

FY 2017

1,245,033

4.00%

3.79%

2,610

0.21%

NEW DEBT SERVICE COSTS - CAPPED AT 5 PERCENT OF ALL FUNDS RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
Actual/

$

%

Year
FY 2012

All Funds
Receipts
132,745

Cap %
4.65%

Recommended %
2.65%

(Above)/Below Cap
2,652

(Above)/Below Cap
2.00%

FY 2013

133,444

4.98%

2.85%

2,848

2.13%

FY 2014

138,732

5.00%

2.96%

2,830

2.04%

FY 2015

142,887

5.00%

3.05%

2,793

1.95%

FY 2016

147,712

5.00%

3.12%

2,782

1.88%

FY 2017

153,922

5.00%

3.16%

2,834

1.84%

SECURED HOSPITAL PROGRAM
Under the Secured Hospital program, the State entered into service contracts to enable certain
financially distressed not-for-profit hospitals to issue debt. The contracts obligate the State to pay
debt service, subject to annual appropriations by the Legislature, on bonds issued by the New
York State MCFFA and by DASNY through the Secured Hospital program. In the event there
are shortfalls in revenues from other sources, which include hospital payments made under loan
agreements between DASNY and the hospitals, and certain reserve funds held by the applicable
trustees for the bonds, the State is liable for the debt service. As of March 31, 2012, there was
about $503 million of outstanding bonds for the program.
The financial condition of most hospitals in the State’s Secured Hospital Program continues
to deteriorate. Of the nine hospitals in the program, several are experiencing significant
operating losses that are likely to impair their ability to remain current on their loan agreements
with DASNY. In relation to the Secured Hospital Program, the Financial Plan projections
continue to reflect the assumption of additional costs of $3 million in FY 2013, $32 million in
FY 2014, and $39 million annually thereafter. These amounts are based on the actual experience
to date of the participants in the program, and would cover the debt service costs for four
hospitals that currently are not meeting the terms of their agreement with DASNY. The State
has additional exposure of up to a maximum of $39 million annually, if all additional hospitals in
the program failed to meet the terms of their agreement with DASNY and if available reserve
funds were depleted.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
INTRODUCTION
This section presents the State’s updated multi-year Financial Plan and the projections for
receipts and disbursements, reflecting the impact of the revisions to the Enacted Budget
Financial Plan described in this Updated Financial Plan. This section includes FY 2012 results
and projections for 2013 through 2016, with an emphasis on the FY 2013 projections.
The State’s cash-basis budgeting system, complex fund structure, and practice of earmarking
certain tax receipts for specific purposes, complicate the discussion of the State’s receipts and
disbursements projections. Therefore, to minimize the distortions caused by these factors and,
equally important, to highlight relevant aspects of the projections, DOB has adopted the
following approaches in summarizing the projections:
 Receipts: The detailed discussion of tax receipts covers projections for both the General
Fund and State Funds (including capital projects). The latter perspective reflects overall
estimated tax receipts before their diversion among various funds and accounts, including
tax receipts dedicated to capital projects funds (which fall outside of the General Fund
and State Operating Funds accounting perspectives). DOB believes this presentation
provides a clearer picture of projected receipts, trends and forecast assumptions, by
factoring out the distorting effects of earmarking certain tax receipts.
 Disbursements: Over 40 percent of projected State-financed spending for operating
purposes is accounted for outside of the General Fund and is primarily concentrated in
the areas of health care, School Aid, higher education, transportation and mental hygiene.
To provide a clearer picture of spending commitments, the multi-year projections and
growth rates are presented, where appropriate, on both a General Fund and State
Operating Funds basis.
In evaluating the State’s multi-year operating forecast, it should be noted that the reliability
of the estimates and projections as a predictor of the State’s future financial position is likely to
diminish the further removed such estimates and projections are from the date of this Updated
Financial Plan. Accordingly, in terms of out-year projections (FY 2014 through FY 2016), FY
2014 is the most relevant from a planning perspective.

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MULTI-YEAR SUMMARY
The following tables present the multi-year projections and growth rates for the General
Fund and State Operating Funds, as well as a reconciliation between the State Operating Funds
projections and the General Fund budget gaps3. The tables are followed by an updated economic
forecast and a summary of the multi-year receipts and disbursements forecasts.
GENERAL FUND PROJECTIONS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Results

Updated

Projected

Projected

Projected

Receipts
Taxes (After Debt Service)

52,634

54,442

57,720

58,747

61,045

Miscellaneous Receipts/Federal Grants

3,222

3,414

2,881

2,297

2,389

Other Transfers

1,044

1,039

866

774

764

Total Receipts

56,900

58,895

61,467

61,818

64,198

Disbursements
Local Assistance Grants

38,419

39,668

41,871

43,225

45,489

School Aid

16,778

17,003

17,832

18,641

19,585

Medicaid

10,301

10,604

11,158

11,454

12,332

All Other

11,340

12,061

12,881

13,130

13,572

State Operations

7,494

8,005

7,117

7,403

7,736

Personal Service

5,781

6,170

5,487

5,632

5,915

Non-Personal Service

1,713

1,835

1,630

1,771

1,821

General State Charges

4,720

4,499

4,889

5,235

5,527

Gross State Pension Contribution

1,697

1,600

2,012

2,257

2,467

Gross State Employee Health Insurance

3,275

3,202

3,411

3,670

3,951

Fringe Benefit Escrow Offset/Fixed Costs
Transfers to Other Funds
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
Mental Hygiene
SUNY - Disproportionate Share Payments
School Aid - Lottery/VLT Aid Guarantee
SUNY - University Operations Subsidy

(252)

(303)

(534)

(692)

(891)

5,856

7,036

8,655

9,535

9,802

1,516

1,564

1,617

1,514

1,488

798

1,055

1,287

1,403

1,299

2,722
0

2,975
0

2,767
824

2,621
1,756

2,521
2,347

225

228

228

228

228

55

19

0

0

0

0

340

983

1,002

1,022

SUNY - Hospital Operations Subsidy

60

81

88

88

88

Department of Transportation (MTA Tax)

22

280

332

334

334

Judiciary Funds

123

115

116

117

118

All Other

335

379

413

472

357

56,489

59,208

62,532

65,398

68,554

Total Disbursements
Change in Reserves

411

(313)

(83)

10

14

285

(206)

(26)

10

14

Community Projects Fund

51

(45)

(57)

0

0

Undesignated Fund Balance

75

(62)

0

0

0

0

0

(982)

(3,590)

(4,370)

Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-11)

Budget Surplus/(Gap) Projections

3

The annual imbalances projected for the General Fund and State Operating Funds in future years are similar because the General Fund is the
financing source of last resort for many State programs. Imbalances in other funds are typically financed by the General Fund.

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STATE OPERATING FUNDS PROJECTIONS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Results

Updated

Projected

Projected

Projected

Taxes

62,960

64,906

68,644

70,173

72,918

Miscellaneous Receipts/Federal Grants

19,656

20,223

20,356

20,124

20,287

82,616

85,129

89,000

90,297

93,205

57,267

58,807

61,884

63,903

66,157

19,662

20,056

20,911

21,725

22,671

STAR

3,233

3,276

3,459

3,642

3,744

Other Education Aid

1,698

1,972

1,999

2,065

2,141

Receipts

Total Receipts
Disbursements
Local Assistance Grants
School Aid

Higher Education

2,608

2,618

2,812

2,888

2,967

15,297

15,860

16,513

17,049

17,895

Public Health/Aging

2,104

2,041

2,219

2,315

2,072

Mental Hygiene

3,756

3,644

4,051

4,312

4,504

Social Services

3,017

3,031

3,434

3,431

3,563

Transportation

4,230

4,378

4,556

4,634

4,730

Local Government Assistance

754

777

789

801

803

All Other 1

908

1,154

1,141

1,041

1,067

17,451

17,965

18,060

18,557

19,241

12,047

12,470

12,494

12,832

13,364

5,404

5,495

5,566

5,725

5,877

Medicaid (DOH incl. administration)

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges

6,593

6,531

7,062

7,563

8,040

Pension Contribution

1,697

1,600

2,012

2,257

2,467

Health Insurance (Active Employees)

2,052

1,987

2,132

2,294

2,469

Health Insurance (Retired Employees)

1,223

1,215

1,279

1,376

1,482

All Other

1,621

1,729

1,639

1,636

1,622

Debt Service

5,864

6,100

6,415

6,484

6,645

6

5

5

5

5

87,181

89,408

93,426

96,512

100,088

Net Other Financing Sources/(Uses)

4,443

4,127

3,682

3,180

2,979

Net Operating Surplus/(Deficit)

(122)

(152)

(744)

(3,035)

(3,904)

(466)

Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

Reconciliation to General Fund Gap:
Designated Fund Balances

122

152

(238)

(555)

General Fund

(411)

313

83

(10)

(14)

Special Revenue Funds

507

(57)

(208)

(409)

(446)

26

(104)

(113)

(136)

(6)

(982)

(3,590)

(4,370)

Debt Service Funds
General Fund Budget Gap
1

0

0

All Other includes spending in a number of other programs, including parks and the environment, economic
development, and public safety.

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ECONOMIC BACKDROP
THE NATIONAL ECONOMY
The downside risks to the national economy from slowing global growth emphasized in the
Enacted Budget report have intensified. Both the national labor market and equity markets have
been weaker than projected in April, which has in turn negatively affected household spending.
Consumer spending only grew 1.5 percent during the second quarter, following growth of 2.5
percent in the first. This slowdown appears to have occurred despite continued robust auto sales
and a stronger upturn in the housing market than projected in April. Although some payback for
the unusually warm winter weather in the first quarter was expected, the weakness appears to be
sustained. These developments translate into a weaker First Quarter Update forecast for both the
nation and the State relative to April. Growth of 1.9 percent in real U.S. GDP is now projected
for 2012, with the economy projected to grow 2.5 percent for 2013.

Change from prior month (thousands)

U.S. Private Sector Job Gains Decelerate … Again
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Jan-10 Apr-10 Jul-10 Oct-10 Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12
-50
Source: Moody’s Analytics.

The U.S. labor market decelerated during the second quarter. Monthly private sector job
gains slowed from an average monthly gain of 226 in the first quarter of 2012 to 91 in the
second. Moreover, initial claims for unemployment insurance benefits have stayed remarkably
stable, while the public sector has continued to shed jobs. On an annual average basis, DOB now
projects downwardly revised employment growth of 1.4 percent for 2012. A less favorable
outlook for employment, combined with a substantial downward revision to wages for the fourth
quarter of last year, have led to downward revisions to both wages and total personal income as
well. Personal income is now projected to rise 3.2 percent in 2012, with its largest component,
wages, expected to rise only 3.1 percent. These growth rates are substantially below historical
averages.

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With Middle East tensions bubbling to the surface intermittently, energy prices have
remained volatile. After hitting their lowest point since October 2011, oil prices have been on
the rise. However, as supply fears subside, the impact of slower global growth on energy
demand is expected to dominate movements in energy prices through the remainder of the year.
In the meantime, gasoline prices have fallen almost 50 cents below their most recent early April
peaks. As a result, DOB has lowered projected inflation to 1.8 percent for 2012.
Demand from emerging markets was an important growth engine during the early phase of
the nation's economic recovery. However, that engine sputtered as the European sovereign debt
crisis led one of the world's largest markets into recession. Weaker demand from Europe has
been a drag on emerging markets as well, creating further downward momentum in the global
economy. As a result, real U.S. export growth has fallen from 11.3 percent in 2010 to 6.7
percent in 2011, and is projected to fall to 3.3 percent in 2012. U.S. corporate profits from
current production fell 0.3 percent in the first quarter, led by an 11.8 percent decline in "rest of
world" profits. Investor flight to safety drove equity market prices down 4.0 percent over the
course of the second quarter and long-term Treasury yields down to historic lows. Slowing
global growth is projected to continue to put downward pressure on both profits and equity
markets through the end of 2012.
U.S. ECONOMIC INDICATORS
(Percent change from prior calendar year)
2011

2012

2013

(Estimated)

(Forecast)

(Forecast)

Real U.S. Gross Domestic Product

1.7

1.9

2.5

Consumer Price Index (CPI)

3.1

1.8

1.7

Personal Income

5.0

3.2

4.4

Nonagricultural Employment

1.2

1.4

1.5

Source: Moody’s Analytics; DOB staff estimates.

Consistent with a weaker outlook for both employment and output, DOB has altered its
projected path for both monetary and fiscal policy. The 10-year Treasury yield is now expected
to remain below 2 percent for much of the remainder of 2012, with the Federal Reserve not
expected to raise its short-term interest rate target before the beginning of 2014. The forecast is
also predicated on the assumption that the U.S. Congress will extend both the Bush tax cuts and
the payroll tax holiday through the end of 2013, though it is also expected that the tax provisions
of the Affordable Care Act will be implemented as scheduled.
DOB’s economic outlook continues to call for tepid but improving growth for the second half
of this year, with growth accelerating to just above 3 percent by the latter half of 2013.
However, there are significant risks to this forecast. Efforts to contain the European sovereign
debt crisis remain ongoing, and coordinated government efforts to avert a more severe global
slowdown appear underway. Nevertheless, momentum remains downward. A longer and deeper
European recession or significantly slower growth in emerging markets could have a more
negative impact on U.S. exports, corporate profits, and equity markets. Although the current
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forecast assumes U.S. fiscal policy will remain noncontractionary, the economic uncertainty
could negatively impact private sector behavior as the end of the calendar year approaches.
Higher than expected energy prices could have a similar effect. Alternatively, a stronger than
expected pickup in the labor market could result in greater household spending than projected,
while a milder recession in Europe and stronger global growth could result in a faster upturn in
the demand for U.S. exports. Moreover, if gasoline prices fall significantly further, household
spending growth could be stronger than anticipated, since energy price growth acts as a virtual
tax on household spending.
THE NEW YORK STATE ECONOMY
The most recent data indicate that the pace of New York employment growth remains strong,
with the State labor market entering 2012 with particularly strong momentum in construction,
professional and business services, private educational services, and tourism-related leisure and
hospitality services. As a result, strong private sector employment growth of 1.8 percent is now
projected for 2012, representing a significant upward revision from the Enacted Budget forecast.
Total employment growth of 1.2 percent is projected for this year, with the public sector
expected to remain a drag on the State labor market through the end of the calendar year. Thus,
estimated State wage growth for 2012 remains virtually unchanged at 3.1 percent, with projected
growth in total personal income revised down slightly to 3.2 percent due to downward revisions
to some of the nonwage components of income.
NEW YORK STATE ECONOMIC INDICATORS
(Percent change from prior calendar year)
2011
(Estimated)

2012
(Forecast)

2013
(Forecast)

Personal Income

4.3

3.2

4.9

Wages

3.8

3.1

4.7

Nonagricultural Employment

1.2

1.2

0.8

Source: Moody’s Analytics; New York State Department of Labor and DOB staff estimates.

All of the risks to the U.S. forecast apply to the State forecast as well, although as the
nation’s financial capital, the volume of financial market activity and equity market volatility
pose a particularly large degree of uncertainty for New York. In addition, with Wall Street still
adjusting its compensation practices in the wake of the passage of financial reform, both the
bonus and nonbonus components of employee pay are becoming increasingly difficult to
estimate. A weaker labor market than projected could also result in lower wages, which in turn
could result in weaker household consumption. Similarly, should financial and real estate
markets be weaker than anticipated, taxable capital gains realizations could be negatively
affected. Projected capital gains for 2012 could also be negatively affected if the tax rate
provisions of the Affordable Care Act are not implemented as scheduled. These effects could
ripple through the State economy, depressing both employment and wage growth. In contrast,
stronger national and world economic growth, or a stronger upturn in stock prices, along with
even stronger activity in mergers and acquisitions and other Wall Street activities, could result in
higher wage and bonus growth than projected.
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ALL FUNDS RECEIPTS PROJECTIONS
The receipts forecast describes estimates for the State’s principal taxes, miscellaneous
receipts, and transfers from other funds.
TOTAL RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
General Fund
State Funds
All Funds

FY 2013
Estimated

56,900
88,111
132,745

Annual $
Change

58,895
90,769
133,443

Annual %
Change

1,995
2,658
698

3.5%
3.0%
0.5%

Financial Plan receipts comprise a variety of taxes, fees, and charges for State-provided
services, Federal grants, and other miscellaneous receipts. The receipts estimates and projections
have been prepared by DOB with the assistance of the Department of Taxation and Finance and
other agencies responsible for the collection of State receipts.
TOTAL RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Estimated

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

FY 2014
Projected

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

General Fund
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Transfers

56,900
41,754
3,162
60
11,924

58,895
43,293
3,354
60
12,188

1,995
1,539
192
0
264

3.5%
3.7%
6.1%
0.0%
2.2%

61,467
45,837
2,879
2
12,749

2,572
2,544
(475)
(58)
561

4.4%
5.9%
-14.2%
-96.7%
4.6%

State Funds
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

88,111
64,297
23,669
145

90,769
66,307
24,317
145

2,658
2,010
648
0

3.0%
3.1%
2.7%
0.0%

94,448
70,065
24,296
87

3,679
3,758
(21)
(58)

4.1%
5.7%
-0.1%
-40.0%

All Funds
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

132,745
64,297
23,837
44,611

133,443
66,307
24,503
42,633

698
2,010
666
(1,978)

0.5%
3.1%
2.8%
-4.4%

138,733
70,065
24,482
44,186

5,290
3,758
(21)
1,553

4.0%
5.7%
-0.1%
3.6%

After controlling for the impact of tax law changes, base tax revenue is estimated to increase
by 6.1 percent for FY 2013 and 5.6 percent for FY 2014.

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CHANGE FROM ENACTED BUDGET
CHANGE FROM ENACTED BUDGET FORECAST
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

FY 2014
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

General Fund1
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

46,658
43,369
3,229
60

46,707
43,293
3,354
60

49
(76)
125
0

0.1%
-0.2%
3.9%
0.0%

48,722
45,891
2,829
2

48,718
45,837
2,879
2

(4)
(54)
50
0

0.0%
-0.1%
1.8%
0.0%

State Funds
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

90,598
66,370
24,083
145

90,769
66,307
24,317
145

171
(63)
234
0

0.2%
-0.1%
1.0%
0.0%

94,509
70,138
24,284
87

94,448
70,065
24,296
87

(61)
(73)
12
0

-0.1%
-0.1%
0.0%
0.0%

All Funds
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

133,272
66,370
24,269
42,633

133,443
66,307
24,503
42,633

171
(63)
234
0

0.1%
-0.1%
1.0%
0.0%

138,794
70,138
24,470
44,186

138,733
70,065
24,482
44,186

(61)
(73)
12
0

0.0%
-0.1%
0.0%
0.0%

1

Excludes Transfers.

Current year All Funds tax receipt estimates have been lowered by $63 million since the
Enacted Budget due to reductions in user taxes partially offset by an increase in other taxes.
Miscellaneous receipts have been revised up by $234 million due to the receipt of additional
legal recoveries, transportation receipts, certain reimbursements, and VLT receipts.

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MULTI-YEAR RECEIPTS
TOTAL RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)

General Fund
Taxes
State Funds
Taxes
All Funds
Taxes

FY 2013
Estimated

FY 2014
Projected

Annual $
Change

FY 2015
Projected

Annual $
Change

FY 2016
Projected

Annual $
Change

58,895
43,293
90,769
66,307
133,443
66,307

61,467
45,837
94,448
70,065
138,733
70,065

2,572
2,544
3,679
3,758
5,290
3,758

61,818
46,509
95,533
71,604
142,889
71,604

351
672
1,085
1,539
4,156
1,539

64,198
48,426
98,487
74,366
147,713
74,366

2,380
1,917
2,954
2,762
4,824
2,762

The economic forecast calls for a continuation of the ongoing recovery in employment and
wages. This increases the economic base on which the outyear revenue forecast is built.
Overall, receipts in the two fiscal years following FY 2014 are expected to grow consistently
with the projected moderate growth in both the U.S. and New York economies.
REVENUE RISKS

DOB’s forecast assumes that the combined impact of Federal spending reductions and tax
increases, at the end of 2012, can be averted. If both occur, New York revenues could
grow more slowly than anticipated.

A return to high gasoline prices could divert disposable consumer income to fuel,
decreasing consumption of taxable goods and services.

A continuation of the European debt crisis could drive exports lower, causing corporate
profits and tax receipts to grow more slowly than expected.

Personal income tax liability could be reduced if taxpayers do not realize the capital gains
assumed in the forecast in anticipation of the Affordable Care Act tax provisions.

The FY 2013 Financial Plan contains significant savings generated as a result of 2010 tax
credit deferral legislation. Same-year confirmation of these savings is unavailable given
tax filing and processing delays, and actual savings could fall below estimates.

Bank and corporate franchise tax revenue streams are contingent on the timing and size
of anticipated audit proceeds. Negotiations between the State and taxpayers are subject
to unexpected delays, which may force audit proceeds into a subsequent fiscal year.

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PERSONAL INCOME TAX
PERSONAL INCOME TAX
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
1

FY 2013
Estimated

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

FY 2014
Projected

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

General Fund
Gross Collections
Refunds/Offsets
STAR
RBTF

25,843
46,030
(7,263)
(3,233)
(9,691)

26,916
47,252
(6,996)
(3,276)
(10,064)

1,073
1,222
267
(43)
(373)

4.2%
2.7%
-3.7%
1.3%
3.8%

28,920
50,354
(7,182)
(3,459)
(10,793)

2,004
3,102
(186)
(183)
(729)

7.4%
6.6%
2.7%
5.6%
7.2%

State/All Funds
Gross Collections
Refunds

38,767
46,030
(7,263)

40,256
47,252
(6,996)

1,489
1,222
267

3.8%
2.7%
-3.7%

43,172
50,354
(7,182)

2,916
3,102
(186)

7.2%
6.6%
2.7%

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds PIT receipts for FY 2013 are projected to be $40.3 billion, an increase of
$1.5 billion (3.8 percent) from FY 2012. This primarily reflects modest increases in withholding
and current estimated payments for tax year 2012, a decrease in total refunds, and higher
delinquent collections partially offset by a decrease in extension (i.e. prior year estimated)
payments for tax year 2011.
Withholding in FY 2013 is estimated to be $974 million (3.1 percent) higher compared to the
prior year. This reflects the net impact of modest wage growth and additional withholding
generated by the December 2011 reform, offset by lower withholding due to the expiration of the
temporary high income surcharge in place for 2009 to 2011. Total estimated payments are
expected to increase $124 million (1 percent). Estimated payments for tax year 2012 (i.e. current
year estimated) are projected to be $463 million (5.7 percent) higher. However, as noted above,
extension payments for tax year 2011 (i.e. prior year estimated) are projected to fall 9.6 percent
($338 million) compared to the somewhat inflated base of extensions for tax year 2010, which
reflected the one-time realization of capital gains caused by uncertainty surrounding the late
extension of the lower Federal tax rates on capital gains and high-income taxpayers in December
2010. Delinquent collections and final return payments are projected to be $87 million (8.1
percent) and $36 million (1.7 percent) higher, respectively.
The decrease in total refunds of $267 million almost entirely reflects a $168 million
(45.9 percent) decrease in the State-city offset and a $93 million (2 percent) decrease in prior
year refunds related to tax year 2011.
General Fund income tax receipts for FY 2013 of $26.9 billion are expected to increase by
$1.1 billion (4.2 percent) from the prior year, mainly reflecting the increase in All Funds receipts
noted above. However, a $373 million increase in the RBTF deposit and a $43 million increase
in the STAR deposit partially offset the All Funds increase.
All Funds income tax receipts for FY 2014 of $43.2 billion are projected to increase
$2.9 billion (7.2 percent) from the prior year. This increase primarily reflects increases of
$2.2 billion (6.7 percent) in withholding, $811 million (6.9 percent) in total estimated payments,
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partially offset by a $186 million (2.7 percent) increase in total refunds. The increase in total
estimated payments includes a $538 million (6.3 percent) increase in estimated payments related
to tax year 2013 (i.e. current year estimated) and $273 million (8.5 percent) in extension
payments related to tax year 2012 (i.e. prior year estimated). The strong projection for extension
payments for tax year 2012 reflects some acceleration in realizations of capital gains in
anticipation of the scheduled increase in the Federal tax rate on investment income starting with
tax year 2013.
Payments from final returns are expected to increase $113 million (5.3 percent), while
delinquencies are projected to rise slightly (0.8 percent) compared to the prior year. The increase
in total refunds of $186 million primarily reflects a $183 million (4.2 percent) increase in prior
year refunds related to tax year 2012.
General Fund income tax receipts for FY 2014 of $28.9 billion are projected to increase by
$2 billion (7.4 percent). The RBTF and STAR deposits are projected to increase by $729 million
and $183 million, respectively.
The following table summarizes, by component, actual receipts for FY 2012 and forecast
amounts through FY 2016.
PERSONAL INCOME TAX FISCAL YEAR COLLECTION COMPONENTS
ALL FUNDS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
(Actual)
Withholding
Estimated Payments
Current Year
Prior Year1
Final Returns
Current Year
Prior Year1
Delinquent Collections
Gross Receipts

FY 2013
(Estimated)

FY 2014
(Projected)

FY 2015
(Projected)

FY 2016
(Projected)

31,199
11,628
8,096
3,532
2,117
224
1,893
1,087
46,030

32,173
11,752
8,559
3,193
2,153
227
1,926
1,174
47,252

34,342
12,563
9,097
3,466
2,266
241
2,025
1,183
50,354

35,557
13,477
10,143
3,334
2,151
242
1,909
1,236
52,421

37,647
13,360
9,823
3,537
2,251
242
2,009
1,286
54,544

4,693
455
1,750
366
7,263

4,600
448
1,750
198
6,996

4,783
451
1,750
198
7,182

5,614
569
1,750
148
8,081

6,282
553
1,750
148
8,733

38,767

40,257

43,172

44,340

45,811

Refunds
Prior Year1
Previous Years
Current Year1
State-City Offset1
Total Refunds
Net Receipts
1

These components, collectively, are known as the “settlement” on the prior year’s tax liability.
Totals may not equal sum of components due to rounding.

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PERSONAL INCOME TAX CHANGE FROM ENACTED BUDGET FORECAST
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Enacted
First
Budget
General Fund1
Gross Collections
Refunds/Offsets
STAR
RBTF
2

State/All Funds
Gross Collections
Refunds
1
2

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

FY 2014
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

26,916
47,702
(7,446)
(3,276)
(10,064)

26,916
47,252
(6,996)
(3,276)
(10,064)

0
(450)
450
0
0

0.0%
-0.9%
-6.0%
0.0%
0.0%

28,920
50,930
(7,757)
(3,460)
(10,793)

28,920
50,354
(7,182)
(3,459)
(10,793)

0
(576)
575
1
0

0.0%
-1.1%
-7.4%
0.0%
0.0%

40,256
47,702
(7,446)

40,256
47,252
(6,996)

0
(450)
450

0.0%
-0.9%
-6.0%

43,173
50,930
(7,757)

43,172
50,354
(7,182)

(1)
(576)
575

0.0%
-1.1%
-7.4%

Excludes Transfers.
Change of $1 million due to rounding.

Compared to the Enacted Budget, FY 2013 All Funds income tax receipts are unchanged.
However, withholding is projected to decrease by $575 million, and final returns by $50 million,
both mainly reflecting actual results to date. These decreases are expected to be offset by a
$450 million reduction in total refund payments, an additional $150 million in total estimated
payments, and an increase of $25 million in delinquent collections.
The decrease in withholding mostly reflects consistently unfavorable receipt variances
through the first quarter of FY 2013. This was due to a combination of weaker than projected
wages and potential unfavorable timing of payments associated with the December 2011 PIT
reform. The refund reduction includes $300 million in lower refunds associated with tax year
2011 (mostly reflecting lower actuals to date); a $100 million State-city offset reduction, and
a $50 million reduction in refunds associated with years prior to 2011 (i.e. previous year
refunds). The increase in total estimated payments includes acknowledgement of $470 million in
higher than expected April extension payments for tax year 2011 (i.e. prior year estimated)
partially offset by a reduction of $320 million in estimated payments for tax year 2012 (i.e.
current year estimated), which in turn reflects weaker estimated non-wage income.
Compared to the Enacted Budget, FY 2014 All Funds income tax receipts are also
unchanged. Projected withholding has been lowered by $475 million and likewise, extension
payments on tax year 2013 liability have been lowered by $100 million. These decreases are
projected to be offset by $450 million in lower refund payments for tax year 2012 and $125
million in lower refunds for tax years prior to 2012 (i.e. previous year refunds).

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PERSONAL INCOME TAX
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

Annual $
Change

FY 2016
Projected

Annual $
Change

General Fund1
Gross Collections
Refunds/Offsets
STAR
RBTF

28,920
50,354
(7,182)
(3,459)
(10,793)

29,613
52,421
(8,081)
(3,642)
(11,085)

693
2,067
(899)
(183)
(292)

30,614
54,544
(8,733)
(3,744)
(11,453)

1,001
2,123
(652)
(102)
(368)

State/All Funds
Gross Collections
Refunds

43,172
50,354
(7,182)

44,340
52,421
(8,081)

1,168
2,067
(899)

45,811
54,544
(8,733)

1,471
2,123
(652)

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds income tax receipts for FY 2015 of $44.3 billion are projected to increase $1.2
billion (2.7 percent) from the prior year. This change primarily reflects increases of $1.2 billion
(3.5 percent) in withholding; $1 billion (11.5 percent) in estimated payments related to tax year
2014 (i.e. current year estimated), partially offset by a $899 million (12.5 percent) increase in
total refunds (partly due to the commencement of tax credit deferral paybacks); a $132 million
decrease in extension payments for tax year 2013 (i.e. prior year estimated); and a $115 million
decrease in final returns payments for tax year 2013 (i.e. current year). Delinquencies are
projected to increase $51 million (4.4 percent) from the prior year.
General Fund income tax receipts for FY 2015 of $29.6 billion are projected to increase by
$693 million (2.4 percent). RBTF deposits are projected to increase by $292 million and STAR
payments by $183 million.
All Funds income tax receipts are projected to increase by nearly $1.5 billion (3.3 percent) in
FY 2016 to reach $45.8 billion, while General Fund receipts are projected to be $30.6 billion.

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USER TAXES AND FEES
USER TAXES AND FEES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
1

FY 2013
Estimated

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

FY 2014
Projected

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

General Fund
Sales Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes

9,055
8,346
471
238

9,196
8,483
469
244

141
137
(2)
6

1.6%
1.6%
-0.4%
2.5%

9,570
8,863
462
245

374
380
(7)
1

4.1%
4.5%
-1.5%
0.4%

State/All Funds
Sales Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel
Highw ay Use Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Taxicab Surcharge
Auto Rental Tax

14,571
11,876
1,633
501
132
238
87
104

14,814
12,095
1,615
515
147
244
89
109

243
219
(18)
14
15
6
2
5

1.7%
1.8%
-1.1%
2.8%
11.4%
2.5%
2.3%
4.8%

15,334
12,635
1,585
516
142
245
96
115

520
540
(30)
1
(5)
1
7
6

3.5%
4.5%
-1.9%
0.2%
-3.4%
0.4%
7.9%
5.5%

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds user taxes and fees receipts for FY 2013 are estimated to be $14.8 billion, an
increase of $243 million (1.7 percent) from FY 2012. All Funds sales tax receipts are estimated
to be $12.1 billion, an increase of $219 million ($1.8 percent) from FY 2012. This includes the
loss of $210 million in receipts from the partial taxation of clothing in FY 2012. The underlying
sales tax base measured before the impact of law changes is estimated to increase by 3.8 percent.
Non-sales tax user taxes and fees are estimated to increase by $24 million from FY 2012 due
primarily to tax law changes pertaining to alcoholic beverage taxes, and to the issuance of
highway use tax decals.
General Fund user taxes and fees receipts are expected to total $9.2 billion in FY 2013, an
increase of $141 million (1.6 percent) from FY 2012.
All Funds user taxes and fees receipts for FY 2014 are projected to be $15.3 billion, an
increase of $520 million (3.5 percent) from FY 2013. General Fund user taxes and fees receipts
are projected to total $9.6 billion in FY 2014, an increase of $374 million (4.1 percent) from
FY 2013. These changes are consistent with a trend increase in taxable consumption and a trend
decline in cigarette consumption.

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USER TAXES AND FEES CHANGE FROM ENACTED BUDGET FORECAST
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Enacted
First
Budget
1

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

FY 2014
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

General Fund
Sales Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes

9,271
8,561
469
241

9,196
8,483
469
244

(75)
(78)
0
3

-0.8%
-0.9%
0.0%
1.2%

9,626
8,922
462
242

9,570
8,863
462
245

(56)
(59)
0
3

-0.6%
-0.7%
0.0%
1.2%

State/All Funds
Sales Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel
Highway Use Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Taxicab Surcharge
Auto Rental Tax

14,921
12,205
1,615
515
147
241
89
109

14,814
12,095
1,615
515
147
244
89
109

(107)
(110)
0
0
0
3
0
0

-0.7%
-0.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
1.2%
0.0%
0.0%

15,413
12,717
1,585
517
142
242
96
114

15,334
12,635
1,585
516
142
245
96
115

(79)
(82)
0
(1)
0
3
0
1

-0.5%
-0.6%
0.0%
-0.2%
0.0%
1.2%
0.0%
0.9%

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds user taxes and fees for FY 2013 are estimated to be $14.8 billion, a decrease of
$107 million (0.7 percent) from the Enacted Budget Update. The sales tax estimate was revised
downward by $110 million to reflect weaker than estimated FY 2013 first quarter results. This
was primarily the result of weakness in consumer electronics, utilities, and other general
merchandise sales and a year-to-year accounting adjustment. This is partially offset by a
$2.7 million increase in alcoholic beverage tax receipts resulting from the elimination of an
exemption for small brewers, which was replaced by a $2.7 million personal income and
business tax credit for certain beer production in the State. General Fund user taxes and fees
receipts are projected to total nearly $9.2 billion in FY 2013, a decrease of $75 million (0.8
percent) from the Enacted Budget Update. The reduction is consistent with All Funds discussion
above.
All Funds user taxes and fees for FY 2014 are projected to be more than $15.3 billion, a
decrease of $79 million (0.5 percent) from the Enacted Budget Update as a result of both lower
projected sales tax base growth and the flow through of lower FY 2013 to-date actuals. General
Fund user taxes and fees receipts are projected to total nearly $9.6 billion in FY 2014, a decrease
of $56 million (0.6 percent) from the Enacted Budget Update. These reductions reflect the All
Funds discussion above.

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USER TAXES AND FEES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

Annual $
Change

FY 2016
Projected

Annual $
Change

General Fund1
Sales Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes

9,570
8,863
462
245

9,986
9,281
455
250

416
418
(7)
5

10,351
9,654
447
250

365
373
(8)
0

State/All Funds
Sales Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel
Highway Use Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Taxicab Surcharge
Auto Rental Tax

15,334
12,635
1,585
516
142
245
96
115

15,909
13,220
1,556
520
144
250
100
119

575
585
(29)
4
2
5
4
4

16,424
13,748
1,526
523
152
250
101
124

515
528
(30)
3
8
0
1
5

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds user taxes and fees are projected to reach $15.9 billion in FY 2015 and
$16.4 million in FY 2016. This largely reflects continued growth in the sales tax base. General
Fund user taxes and fees are projected to be nearly $10 billion in FY 2015 and $10.4 billion in
FY 2016.
BUSINESS TAXES
BUSINESS TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Estimated

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

FY 2014
Projected

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

General Fund
Corporate Franchise Tax
Corporation & Utilities Tax
Insurance Tax
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

5,760
2,724
617
1,257
1,161
1

6,035
2,737
684
1,322
1,292
0

275
13
67
65
131
(1)

4.8%
0.5%
10.9%
5.2%
11.3%
-100.0%

6,208
2,931
662
1,373
1,242
0

173
194
(22)
51
(50)
0

2.9%
7.1%
-3.2%
3.9%
-3.9%
0.0%

State/All Funds
Corporate Franchise Tax
Corporation & Utilities Tax
Insurance Tax
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

7,877
3,176
797
1,413
1,391
1,100

8,226
3,172
879
1,479
1,534
1,162

349
(4)
82
66
143
62

4.4%
-0.1%
10.3%
4.7%
10.3%
5.6%

8,463
3,413
860
1,539
1,451
1,200

237
241
(19)
60
(83)
38

2.9%
7.6%
-2.2%
4.1%
-5.4%
3.3%

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
All Funds business tax receipts for FY 2013 are estimated at $8.2 billion, an increase of
$349 million (4.4 percent) from the prior year. The estimates reflect growth across all taxes
except the corporate franchise tax. The estimate includes an incremental increase of $71 million
from the deferral of certain tax credits that was part of the FY 2011 Enacted Budget. Adjusted
for this deferral, All Funds growth is 3.5 percent.
All Funds corporate franchise tax receipts are estimated to decline $4 million (0.1 percent)
from FY 2012. This decrease is mainly attributable to weaker than expected June 2012 calendar
year payments. Calendar year filer payments are expected to decline 3 percent from the prior
year as taxpayers react to the current economic uncertainty by lowering their estimated
payments. Corporate profit growth for calendar year 2012 is now estimated to grow only
2 percent compared to growth of 7.9 percent in 2011. Corporate franchise tax receipts are
expected to decline 2.3 percent for FY 2013 adjusted for the credit deferral.
The corporation and utilities tax is expected to grow $82 million (10.3 percent) in FY 2013.
Adjusted for a timing issue related to a prior year telecommunications refund, growth in FY 2013
would be 6.5 percent. Receipts from the telecommunications sector are expected to grow
(by 4 percent) for the first time since FY 2010. Also contributing to the growth in FY 2013 is a
large telecommunications audit. This audit was received in April 2012.
Growth in insurance tax receipts is expected to return in FY 2013 after several years of
weakness related to the economic downturn. The bank tax is estimated to grow $143 million
(10.3 percent) in FY 2013. Through June, calendar filer payment growth is 9.4 percent. Also
contributing to the strong growth in bank tax receipts are higher audit collections. A large audit
is expected to be settled during the second half of the fiscal year.
All Funds business tax receipts for FY 2014 of $8.5 billion are projected to increase
$237 million (2.9 percent) from the prior year reflecting growth in the corporate franchise,
insurance and petroleum business taxes. A decline is expected in the corporation and utilities tax
due to the expected payment of a large prior year telecommunications refund. Bank tax receipts
are expected to decline as a result of lower audit receipts in FY 2014.
General Fund business tax receipts for FY 2013 of $6 billion are estimated to increase by
$275 million (4.8 percent) from FY 2012 results. Business tax receipts deposited to the General
Fund reflect the All Funds trends discussed above.
General Fund business tax receipts for FY 2014 of $6.2 billion are projected to increase
$173 million (2.9 percent) from the prior year.

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ALL FUNDS BUSINESS TAX AUDIT AND NON-AUDIT RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2009
Actual
Corporate Franchise Tax
  Audit
  Non-Audit

FY 2010
Actual

FY 2011
Actual

FY 2012
Actual

FY 2013
Updated

3,220
905
2,315

2,511
698
1,813

2,846
810
2,036

3,176
1,080
2,096

3,172
857
2,315

863
47
816

954
52
902

814
14
800

797
29
768

879
54
825

Insurance Taxes
  Audit
  Non-Audit

1,181
41
1,140

1,491
35
1,456

1,351
38
1,313

1,413
21
1,392

1,479
21
1,458

Bank Taxes
  Audit
  Non-Audit

1,233
455
778

1,399
290
1,109

1,178
239
939

1,391
125
1,266

1,534
287
1,247

Petroleum Business Taxes
  Audit
  Non-Audit

1,107
16
1,091

1,104
10
1,094

1,091
7
1,084

1,100
6
1,094

1,162
6
1,156

Total Business Taxes

7,604
1,464
6,140

7,459
1,085
6,374

7,280
1,108
6,172

7,877
1,261
6,616

8,226
1,225
7,001

Corporation and Utilities Taxes
  Audit
  Non-Audit

  Audit
  Non-Audit

BUSINESS TAXES CHANGE FROM ENACTED BUDGET FORECAST
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

FY 2014
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

General Fund
Corporate Franchise Tax
Corporation & Utilities Tax
Insurance Tax
Bank Tax

6,038
2,905
652
1,322
1,159

6,035
2,737
684
1,322
1,292

(3)
(168)
32
0
133

0.0%
-5.8%
4.9%
0.0%
11.5%

6,208
3,009
696
1,373
1,130

6,208
2,931
662
1,373
1,242

0
(78)
(34)
0
112

0.0%
-2.6%
-4.9%
0.0%
9.9%

State/All Funds
Corporate Franchise Tax
Corporation & Utilities Tax
Insurance Tax
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

8,229
3,360
847
1,479
1,381
1,162

8,226
3,172
879
1,479
1,534
1,162

(3)
(188)
32
0
153
0

0.0%
-5.6%
3.8%
0.0%
11.1%
0.0%

8,463
3,511
894
1,539
1,319
1,200

8,463
3,413
860
1,539
1,451
1,200

0
(98)
(34)
0
132
0

0.0%
-2.8%
-3.8%
0.0%
10.0%
0.0%

36

MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
Compared to the Enacted Budget, FY 2013 All Funds business tax receipts are lower by
$3 million. This change is the result of the end of session legislation that created a corporate
franchise tax credit for beer produced in New York. The reduction in corporate franchise tax
receipts and the increase in bank tax receipts are driven by trends in year-to-date receipts. The
increase in the corporation and utilities tax receipts reflects the movement of the settlement of
the large prior year telecommunication refund from FY 2013 to FY 2014. Both the insurance tax
and the petroleum business tax are unchanged from the Enacted Budget.
Compared to the Enacted Budget, FY 2014 All Funds business tax receipts are unchanged.
The corporation franchise tax and the bank tax reflect the changes made to FY 2013. The
corporation and utilities tax reflect the settlement of the large prior year telecommunication
refund. The insurance tax and the petroleum business tax are unchanged from the Enacted
Budget.
BUSINESS TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

Annual $
Change

FY 2016
Projected

Annual $
Change

General Fund
Corporate Franchise Tax
Corporation & Utilities Tax
Insurance Tax
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

6,208
2,931
662
1,373
1,242
0

5,686
2,255
712
1,416
1,303
0

(522)
(676)
50
43
61
0

6,237
2,628
732
1,498
1,379
0

551
373
20
82
76
0

State/All Funds
Corporate Franchise Tax
Corporation & Utilities Tax
Insurance Tax
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

8,463
3,413
860
1,539
1,451
1,200

7,997
2,770
912
1,587
1,522
1,206

(466)
(643)
52
48
71
6

8,609
3,171
938
1,676
1,612
1,212

612
401
26
89
90
6

All Funds business tax receipts for FY 2015 and FY 2016 reflect projected trends in
corporate profits, taxable insurance premiums, electric utility consumption and prices, the
consumption of telecommunications services, and automobile fuel consumption and fuel prices.
Business tax receipts are projected to decline to $8 billion (5.5 percent) in FY 2015 and increase
to $8.6 billion (7.7 percent) in FY 2016. The decline in FY 2015 reflects the first year of the
repayment of deferred tax credits to taxpayers. General Fund business tax receipts over this
period are expected to decline to $5.7 billion (8.4 percent) in FY 2015 and increase to
$6.2 billion (9.7 percent) in FY 2016.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
OTHER TAXES
OTHER TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Estimated

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

FY 2014
Projected

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

General Fund1
Estate Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
All Other Taxes

1,096
1,078
0
0
17
1

1,146
1,127
0
0
18
1

50
49
0
0
1
0

4.6%
4.5%
NA
NA
5.9%
0.0%

1,139
1,120
0
0
18
1

(7)
(7)
0
0
0
0

-0.6%
-0.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

State/All Funds
Estate Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
All Other Taxes

1,706
1,078
0
0
610
17
1

1,831
1,127
0
0
685
18
1

125
49
0
0
75
1
0

7.3%
4.5%
NA
NA
12.3%
5.9%
0.0%

1,874
1,120
0
0
735
18
1

43
(7)
0
0
50
0
0

2.3%
-0.6%
0.0%
0.0%
7.3%
0.0%
0.0%

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds other tax receipts for FY 2013 are estimated to be approximately $1.8 billion, an
increase of $125 million (7.3 percent) from FY 2012 receipts, primarily reflecting increases in
estate tax receipts of $49 million (4.5 percent) and real estate transfer tax collections of $75
million (12.3 percent) as a result of improving conditions in the New York real estate market.
General Fund other tax receipts are expected to total $1,146 million in FY 2013, an increase of
$50 million (4.6 percent) due primarily to the increase in estate tax collections mentioned above.
All Funds other tax receipts for FY 2014 are projected to be nearly $1.9 billion, up
$43 million (2.3 percent) from FY 2013 reflecting stability in the estate tax and modest growth in
the real estate transfer tax. General Fund other tax receipts are expected to total $1,139 million,
a marginal change from the FY 2013 total.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
OTHER TAXES CHANGE FROM ENACTED BUDGET FORECAST
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

FY 2014
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

General Fund1
Estate Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
All Other Taxes

1,144
1,127
0
0
16
1

1,146
1,127
0
0
18
1

2
0
0
0
2
0

0.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
12.5%
0.0%

1,137
1,120
0
0
16
1

1,139
1,120
0
0
18
1

2
0
0
0
2
0

0.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
12.5%
0.0%

State/All Funds
Estate Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
All Other Taxes

1,804
1,127
0
0
660
16
1

1,831
1,127
0
0
685
18
1

27
0
0
0
25
2
0

1.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
3.8%
12.5%
0.0%

1,847
1,120
0
0
710
16
1

1,874
1,120
0
0
735
18
1

27
0
0
0
25
2
0

1.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
3.5%
12.5%
0.0%

1

Excludes Transfers.

General Fund other tax receipts for FY 2013 have been revised upward by $2 million from
the Enacted Financial Plan. Pari-mutuel taxes are expected to grow as a result of increased
NYRA on-track handle, due to the NYC OTB closures more than previously anticipated.
Projections for FY 2013 and FY 2014 for the estate tax, gift tax and real property gains tax
and boxing/wrestling tax are unchanged from the Enacted Budget. The gift tax and real property
gains tax have been repealed, but small amounts of revenue are at times generated through
audits.
Real estate transfer tax collections for FY 2013 and FY 2014 are now estimated to be
$25 million higher than the Enacted Budget as a result of stronger than anticipated year-to-date
collections. However, even as commercial markets in Manhattan remain vibrant and certain
residential markets, especially in Brooklyn, are demonstrating strength in both pricing and
transaction volume, the potential for continuing declines in existing home values, and weakness
in the luxury residential market, are continuing risks to the forecast.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
OTHER TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

Annual $
Change

FY 2016
Projected

Annual $
Change

General Fund1
Estate Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
All Other Taxes

1,139
1,120
0
0
18
1

1,224
1,205
0
0
18
1

85
85
0
0
0
0

1,224
1,205
0
0
18
1

0
0
0
0
0
0

State/All Funds
Estate Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
All Other Taxes

1,874
1,120
0
0
735
18
1

2,029
1,205
0
0
805
18
1

155
85
0
0
70
0
0

2,104
1,205
0
0
880
18
1

75
0
0
0
75
0
0

1

Excludes Transfers.

The FY 2015 All Funds receipts projection for other taxes is over $2 billion, an increase of
$155 million (8.3 percent) from FY 2014 receipts. Growth in the estate tax from expected
increases in household net worth is complemented by projected receipts growth from the real
estate transfer tax due to the continued stabilization in the residential and commercial markets.
The FY 2016 All Funds receipts projection for other taxes is $2.1 billion, an increase of $75
million (3.7 percent) from FY 2015 receipts. The forecast for FY 2016 reflects growth in
household net worth as well as in the value of real property transfers.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Estimated

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

FY 2014
Projected

Annual $
Change

Annual %
Change

General Fund
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

3,222
3,162
60

3,414
3,354
60

192
192
0

6.0%
6.1%
0.0%

2,881
2,879
2

(533)
(475)
(58)

-15.6%
-14.2%
-96.7%

State Funds
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

23,814
23,669
145

24,462
24,317
145

648
648
0

2.7%
2.7%
0.0%

24,383
24,296
87

(79)
(21)
(58)

-0.3%
-0.1%
-40.0%

All Funds
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

68,448
23,837
44,611

67,136
24,503
42,633

-1.9%
2.8%
-4.4%

68,668
24,482
44,186

1,532
(21)
1,553

2.3%
-0.1%
3.6%

(1,312)
666
(1,978)

All Funds miscellaneous receipts include moneys received from HCRA financing sources,
SUNY tuition and patient income, lottery receipts for education, assessments on regulated
industries, and a variety of fees and licenses. All Funds miscellaneous receipts are projected to
total $24.5 billion in FY 2013, an annual increase of $666 million from FY 2012 results, which is
mainly due to projected growth in HCRA fund receipts and the receipt of civil recoveries made
by district attorneys.
Federal grants help pay for State spending on Medicaid, temporary and disability assistance,
mental hygiene, school aid, public health, and other activities. Annual changes to Federal grants
generally correspond to changes in Federally-reimbursed spending and Federal allocations.
While the timing of Federal receipts can sometimes be difficult to predict, DOB typically plans
that Federal reimbursement will be received in the State fiscal year in which spending occurs.
All Funds Federal grants are projected to total $42.6 billion in FY 2013, a decrease of $2 billion
from FY 2012, which largely reflects the expiration of certain Federal ARRA moneys.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS: CHANGE FROM ENACTED BUDGET FORECAST
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

FY 2014
Enacted
First
Budget

Quarter

$
Change

%
Change

General Fund1
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

3,289
3,229
60

3,414
3,354
60

125
125
0

3.8%
3.9%
0.0%

2,831
2,829
2

2,881
2,879
2

50
50
0

1.8%
1.8%
0.0%

State Funds
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

24,228
24,083
145

24,462
24,317
145

234
234
0

1.0%
1.0%
0.0%

24,371
24,284
87

24,383
24,296
87

12
12
0

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

All Funds
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

66,902
24,269
42,633

67,136
24,503
42,633

234
234
0

0.3%
1.0%
0.0%

68,656
24,470
44,186

68,668
24,482
44,186

12
12
0

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds miscellaneous receipts have been revised upward by $234 million in FY 2013,
which reflects expectations of additional one-time resources from settlement proceeds of district
attorneys ($75 million), additional resources dedicated to the Highway and Bridge Trust Fund
($83 million), additional resources from general reimbursements ($50 million), and additional
VLT receipts ($26 million). Receipts increase by $12 million in FY 2014 from the Enacted
Budget, which reflects expectations of additional resources from general reimbursements ($50
million), to be partly offset by a decline in resources dedicated to the Highway and Bridge Trust
Fund ($38 million).
Federal grants projections for FY 2013 and FY 2014 have not been revised since the FY
2013 Enacted Budget.
General Fund miscellaneous receipts in FY 2013 have been revised upward by $125 million,
and in FY 2014 have been revised upward by $50 million, mainly reflecting year-to-date receipts
activity.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

Annual $
Change

FY 2016
Projected

Annual $
Change

General Fund
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

2,881
2,879
2

2,297
2,297
0

(584)
(582)
(2)

2,389
2,389
0

92
92
0

State Funds
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

24,383
24,296
87

23,929
23,844
85

(454)
(452)
(2)

24,121
24,036
85

192
192
0

All Funds
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

68,668
24,482
44,186

71,285
24,030
47,255

2,617
(452)
3,069

73,347
24,222
49,125

2,062
192
1,870

All Funds miscellaneous receipts are projected to decline by $452 million in FY 2015, driven
by the expiration of the temporary increase to 18-a utility assessments. Miscellaneous receipts
increase by $192 million in FY 2016.
Annual Federal grants growth of $3.1 billion in FY 2015, and $1.9 billion in FY 2016, is
primarily due to growth in Federal Medicaid spending.
General Fund miscellaneous receipts and Federal grants collections for FY 2015 and FY
2016 are projected to be $2.3 billion and nearly $2.4 billion respectively.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
DISBURSEMENTS
General Fund disbursements in FY 2013 are estimated to total $59.2 billion, an increase of
$2.7 billion (4.8 percent) over FY 2012 results. State Operating Funds disbursements for FY
2013 are estimated to total $89.4 billion, an increase of $2.2 billion over FY 2012. The growth
in disbursements from the Enacted Budget Financial Plan is largely due to retroactive payments
under recent labor settlements and litigation expenses. Excluding these extraordinary expenses
for costs incurred in prior periods, State Operating Funds spending is expected to increase by
approximately 2.1% from FY 2012 results.
The multi-year disbursements projections take into account agency staffing levels, program
caseloads, funding formulas contained in State and Federal law, inflation and other factors. The
factors that affect spending estimates vary by program. For example, welfare spending is based
primarily on anticipated caseloads that are estimated by analyzing historical trends and projected
economic conditions. Projections account for the timing of payments, since not all of the
amounts appropriated in the Budget are disbursed in the same fiscal year. Consistent with past
years, the aggregate spending projections (i.e., the sum of all projected spending by individual
agencies) in special revenue funds have been adjusted downward in all fiscal years, based on
typical spending patterns and the observed variance between estimated and actual results over
time.
Over the multi-year Financial Plan, State Operating Funds spending is expected to increase
by an average annual rate of 3.5 percent. The projections reflect spending at the capped growth
rates for Medicaid and School Aid, and contemplate the effect of national health care reform on
State health care costs. The projections do not reflect any potential impact of automatic spending
reductions that will be triggered if the Federal government does not enact an alternative deficit
reduction plan.
Medicaid, education, pension costs, employee and retiree health benefits, social services
programs and debt service are significant drivers of spending growth over the Plan period.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
Local assistance spending includes payments to local governments, school districts, health
care providers, and other entities, as well as financial assistance to, or on behalf of, individuals,
families and not-for-profit organizations. State-funded local assistance spending is estimated at
$58.8 billion in FY 2013 and accounts for over 65 percent of total State Operating Funds
spending. Education and health care spending account for three-quarters of local assistance
spending.
Selected assumptions used in preparing the spending projections for the State’s major local
aid programs and activities are summarized in the following table.
FORECAST FOR SELECTED PROGRAM MEASURES AFFECTING OPERATING ACTIVITIES

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

Forecast
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

4,535,463
427,066
418,241

4,628,505
453,355
436,241

4,856,565
479,644
454,241

5,324,544
505,932
472,241

5,395,005
532,221
490,241

$1,544
$428
$1,116

$1,467
$515
$952

$1,846
$597
$1,249

$2,458
$682
$1,776

$3,201
$775
$2,426

$19,542
N/A

$20,347
4.1

$21,059
3.5

$21,901
4.0

$22,908
4.6

Public Higher Education Enrollment (FTEs)

576,300

577,664

578,242

578,820

579,399

Tuition Assistance Program Recipients

309,334

310,633

310,633

310,633

310,633

Family Assistance Caseload

385,180

374,822

363,077

352,880

343,935

Single Adult/No Children Caseload

180,338

178,207

176,780

175,786

175,622

Mental Hygiene
Total Mental Hygiene Community Beds
- OMH Community Beds
- OPWDD Community Beds
- OASAS Community Beds

87,984
36,179
39,101
12,704

91,793
39,431
39,621
12,741

96,330
43,097
40,404
12,829

100,588
46,616
41,077
12,895

101,393
47,366
41,077
12,950

Prison Population (Corrections)

55,944

55,900

55,900

55,900

55,900

Medicaid
1
Medicaid Caseload
Family Health Plus Caseload
Child Health Plus Caseload
State Takeover of County/NYC Costs ($000)
- Family Health Plus
- Medicaid
Education
School Aid (School Year) ($000)
Education Personal Income Growth Index
Higher Education

Welfare

1

Does not reflect final FY 2012 results.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
EDUCATION
SCHOOL AID
School Aid helps support elementary and secondary education for New York pupils enrolled
in 676 major school districts throughout the State. State funding is provided to districts based on
statutory aid formulas and through reimbursement of categorical expenses. State funding for
schools assists districts in meeting locally defined needs, supports the construction of school
facilities, and finances school transportation for nearly three million students statewide.
School Year (July 1 — June 30)
The FY 2013 Enacted Budget includes a two-year appropriation and continues the change to
tie future increases in School Aid to the rate of growth in New York State personal income.
School Aid funding will increase by $805 million (4.1 percent) in the 2012-13 school year, and
by an estimated $712 million (3.5 percent) in the 2013-14 school year.
Over the multi-year financial plan, School Aid funding is expected to be a function of both a
personal income growth index used to determine allowable growth and future legislation to
allocate the allowable increases. Current law prescribes allowable growth to include spending
for new competitive performance grant programs which reward school districts that demonstrate
significant student performance improvements or those that undertake long-term structural
changes to reduce costs and improve efficiency. Allowable growth also includes increases in
expense-based aid programs (e.g., Building Aid, Transportation Aid) and certain other aid
categories under existing statutory provisions. Any remaining amount of allowable growth can
be allocated pursuant to a chapter of law for purposes including, but not limited to, additional
spending for competitive grants, phase-in increases in Foundation Aid or restoration of the GEA.
For the 2012-13 school year, this $805 million allowable increase includes $243 million in
growth in expense-based aids and other miscellaneous aid categories under current law, a $400
million GEA restoration, a $112 million increase in Foundation Aid, and $50 million to support
the first of three annual payments for the first round of performance grants. A second, expanded
round of performance grants will be awarded in the 2012-13 school year from $75 million in
annual funding outside the school aid growth limit.
As of the Updated Financial Plan, School Aid is projected to increase by $712 million in the
2013-14 school year and $842 million in 2014-15. School Aid is projected to reach an annual
total of $22.9 billion in the 2015-16 school year.
TOTAL SCHOOL AID - SCHOOL YEAR BASIS (JULY 1 - JUNE 30)
(millions of dollars)
SY 2012

SY 2013

Change

$19,542

$20,347

$805
4.1%

SY 2014
$21,059

Change
$712
3.5%

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SY 2015
$21,901

Change
$842
4.0%

SY 2016
$22,908

Change
$1,007
4.6%

MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
State Fiscal Year
The State finances School Aid from General Fund revenues and from Lottery Fund receipts,
including VLTs, which are accounted for and disbursed from a dedicated revenue account.
Because the State fiscal year begins on April 1, the State pays approximately 70 percent of the
annual school year commitment during the State fiscal year in which it is enacted, and pays the
remaining 30 percent in the first three months of the following State fiscal year.
The table below summarizes the multi-year projected funding levels for School Aid on a
State fiscal year basis.
TOTAL SCHOOL AID - STATE FISCAL YEAR BASIS
(millions of dollars)

Total State Operating Funds
General Fund Local Assistance
Core Lottery Aid
VLT Lottery Aid
General Fund Lottery/VLT Guarantee

FY 2012

FY 2013

Results

Updated

Change

Projected

Change

Projected

Change

Projected

Change

19,662

20,056

2.0%

20,911

4.3%

21,725

3.9%

22,671

4.4%

16,778
2,147
682
55

17,003
2,187
847
19

1.3%
1.9%
24.2%
-65.5%

17,832
2,200
879
0

4.9%
0.6%
3.8%
-100.0%

18,641
2,195
889
0

4.5%
-0.2%
1.1%
0.0%

19,585
2,197
889
0

5.1%
0.1%
0.0%
0.0%

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

State spending for School Aid is projected to total $20 billion in FY 2013. In future years,
receipts available to finance School Aid from core lottery sales is projected to remain relatively
flat while VLT receipts are anticipated to increase through FY 2015 as a result of the new VLT
facility at the Aqueduct Racetrack. In addition to State aid, school districts receive over $3
billion annually in Federal categorical aid.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
SCHOOL TAX RELIEF PROGRAM
The STAR program provides school tax relief to taxpayers. The three components of STAR
and their approximate shares in FY 2013 are: the basic school property tax exemption for
homeowners with income under $500,000 (57 percent), the enhanced school property tax
exemption for senior citizen homeowners with income under $79,050 (25 percent), and a flat
refundable credit and rate reduction for New York City resident personal-income taxpayers (18
percent).
SCHOOL TAX RELIEF (STAR)
(millions of dollars)

Total State Operating Funds

FY 2012

FY 2013

Results

Updated

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Change

Projected

Change

Projected

Change

Projected

Change

3,233

3,276

1.3%

3,459

5.6%

3,642

5.3%

3,744

2.8%

1,856

1,859

0.2%

1,986

6.8%

2,125

7.0%

2,188

3.0%

Enhanced (Seniors)

807

829

2.7%

862

4.0%

898

4.2%

925

3.0%

New York City PIT

570

588

3.2%

611

3.9%

619

1.3%

631

1.9%

Basic Exemption

The STAR program exempts the first $30,000 of every eligible homeowner’s property value
from the local school tax levy. Lower-income senior citizens receive a $62,200 exemption.
Spending for the STAR property tax exemption reflects reimbursements made to school districts
to offset the reduction in property tax revenues.
The annual increase in a qualifying homeowner’s STAR exemption benefit is limited to 2
percent. Homeowners who earn more than $500,000 a year are not eligible for the STAR
property tax exemption. New York City personal income taxpayers with annual income over
$500,000 have a reduced benefit.
The multi-year Financial Plan includes a new policy whereby the Department of Taxation
and Finance will instruct local assessors to withhold the STAR exemption benefit from taxpayers
who have a State-imposed and State-administered tax liability of $4,500 or more, and own a
home that is STAR-eligible. New York City residents who are similarly in arrears would lose
their City PIT rate-reduction benefit, as well as the State School Tax Reduction Credit.

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
OTHER EDUCATION AID
In addition to School Aid, the State provides funding and support for various other
education-related initiatives. These include: special education services; prekindergarten through
grade 12 education programs; cultural education; higher and professional education programs;
and adult career and continuing education services.
Major programs under the Office of Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Education address
specialized student needs or reimburse school districts for education-related services, including
the school breakfast and lunch programs, non-public school aid, and various special education
programs. In special education, New York provides a full spectrum of services to over 400,000
students from ages 3 to 21. Higher and professional education programs monitor the quality and
availability of postsecondary education programs and regulate the licensing and oversight of 49
professions. FY 2013 has been updated to reflect the timing of payments previously allocated in
FY 2012.
Spending for special education is expected to increase as program costs and enrollment rise.
In FY 2012, school districts financed the costs associated with schools for the blind and deaf in
the first instance and will be reimbursed by the State in FY 2013, which drives a significant
annual increase in FY 2013 spending. Other education spending is affected by the phase-out of
Federal ARRA Stabilization Funds.
OTHER EDUCATION
(millions of dollars)

Total State Operating Funds
Special Education
All Other Education

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

Change

FY 2014
Projected

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

1,698
1,176
522

1,972
1,358
614

16.1%
15.5%
17.6%

1,999
1,456
543

1.4%
7.2%
-11.6%

2,065
1,529
536

3.3%
5.0%
-1.3%

2,141
1,604
537

3.7%
4.9%
0.2%

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
HIGHER EDUCATION
Local assistance for higher education spending includes funding for CUNY, SUNY and
HESC. The State provides reimbursements to New York City for costs associated with CUNY’s
senior college operations, and works in conjunction with the City of New York to support
CUNY’s community colleges. The CUNY system is the largest urban public university system
in the nation. Funding for SUNY supports 30 community colleges across multiple campuses.
HESC administers the TAP program that provides awards to income-eligible students and
provides centralized processing for other student financial aid programs. The financial aid
programs that the Corporation administers are funded by the State and the Federal government.
The State also provides a sizeable benefit to SUNY and CUNY through the debt service it
pays on bond-financed capital projects at the universities. This is not reflected in the annual
spending totals for the universities. State debt service payments for higher education are
expected to total over $1.2 billion in FY 2013.
HIGHER EDUCATION
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012

FY 2013

Results

Updated

Total State Operating Funds

2,608

2,618

0.4%

2,812

7.4%

2,888

2.7%

2,967

2.7%

City University

1,203

1,220

1.4%

1,342

10.0%

1,405

4.7%

1,472

4.8%

1,024

1,025

0.1%

1,149

12.1%

1,212

5.5%

1,279

5.5%

178

194

9.0%

193

-0.5%

193

0.0%

193

0.0%

1

1

0.0%

0

-100.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

Higher Education Services
Tuition Assistance Program
Aid for Part Time Study
Scholarships/Awards

924
873
12
39

936
877
12
47

1.3%
0.5%
0.0%
20.5%

1,001
935
12
54

6.9%
6.6%
0.0%
14.9%

1,014
940
12
62

1.3%
0.5%
0.0%
14.8%

1,026
946
12
68

1.2%
0.6%
0.0%
9.7%

State University
1
Community College Aid
2
Hospital Subsidy
Other

481
444
32
5

462
457
0
5

-4.0%
2.9%
-100.0%
0.0%

469
465
0
4

1.5%
1.8%
0.0%
-20.0%

469
465
0
4

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

469
465
0
4

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

Operating Aid to NYC (Senior Colleges)
Community College Aid
Community Projects

1
2

FY 2014
Change

Projected

FY 2015
Change

Projected

FY 2016
Change

Projected

Change

State support for SUNY 4-year institutions is funded through State operations rather than local assistance.
Beginning in academic year 2011-12, the SUNY hospital subsidy will be funded as a transfer from General Fund State operations rather

than local assistance.

Growth in spending for higher education over the plan period largely reflects aid to New
York City for reimbursement of CUNY senior college operating expenses associated with the
rising contribution rates for fringe benefits, and increased support for the TAP program, which
reflects the impact of upward trends in student enrollment at institutions of higher education.

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HEALTH CARE
Local assistance for health care-related spending includes Medicaid, statewide public health
programs and a variety of mental hygiene programs. The DOH works with the local health
departments and social services departments, including New York City, to coordinate and
administer statewide health insurance programs and activities. The majority of governmentfinanced health care programs are included under DOH, but many programs are supported
through multi-agency efforts. The Medicaid program finances inpatient hospital care, outpatient
hospital services, clinics, nursing homes, managed care, prescription drugs, home care, FHP, and
services provided in a variety of community-based settings (including mental health, substance
abuse treatment, developmental disabilities services, school-based services, foster care services
and inpatient hospital services provided to inmates on medical leave from State correctional
facilities). The State share of Medicaid spending is budgeted and expended principally through
DOH, but State share Medicaid spending also appears in the mental hygiene agencies, child
welfare programs, School Aid and DOCCS. Medicaid spending is reported separately in the
Financial Plan tables for each of the agencies.
MEDICAID
Medicaid is a means-tested program that finances health care services for low-income
individuals and long-term care services for the elderly and disabled, primarily through payments
to health care providers. The Medicaid program is financed jointly by the State, the Federal
government, and local governments (including New York City). New York’s Medicaid spending
is projected to total approximately $54.0 billion in FY 2013, including the local contribution.4
The Enacted Budget reflects continuation of the Medicaid spending cap enacted in FY 2012,
and authorizes funding consistent with its provisions. The cap is based on the ten-year average
change in the medical component of the CPI. Statutory changes approved with the FY 2012
Budget grant the Executive certain administrative powers to help hold Medicaid spending to the
capped level. The statutory changes, which were set to expire at the end of FY 2013, have been
extended through FY 2014, pursuant to authorization included in the FY 2013 Enacted Budget.
The cap itself remains in place and the Financial Plan assumes that statutory authority will be
extended in subsequent years.

4
The local contribution to the Medicaid program is not included in the State’s Financial Plan. Since January 2006, the State has paid the entire
non-Federal share of the FHP program and any annual Medicaid increases above a fixed level for local social services districts. The FY 2013
Enacted Budget amends these statutory indexing provisions by implementing a three-year phased-takeover of the local share of growth above the
previous year’s enacted levels beginning in April 2013 for County Year 2013, with the State assuming all growth in County Year 2015. This
initiative will save local governments nearly $1.2 billion through the next five state fiscal years.

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TOTAL STATE-SHARE MEDICAID DISBURSEMENTS 1
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
Department of Health:
State Share Without FMAP
Enhanced FMAP
DOH State Share With FMAP
Annual $ Change - DOH Only
Annual % Change - DOH Only
Other State Agencies:
Mental Hygiene
Education
Foster Care
Corrections
State Operations - Contractual Expenses 2
Total State Share (All Agencies)
Annual $ Change - Total State Share
Annual % Change - Total State Share
1
2

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

16,000
(703)
15,297

15,606
254
15,860
563
3.7%

16,513
0
16,513
653
4.1%

17,049
0
17,049
536
3.2%

17,895
0
17,895
846
5.0%

5,402
64
113
0

5,819
0
93
12

6,209
0
117
12

6,511
0
122
12

6,873
0
127
13

16

52

56

55

55

20,892

21,836
944
4.5%

22,907
1,071
4.9%

23,749
842
3.7%

24,963
1,214
5.1%

To conform the Financial Plan classification of State Operating Funds spending to the classification followed by the State Comptroller,
Includes operational costs that support contracts related to the management of the Medicaid program and various activities to ensure
appropriate utilization.

Factors affecting Medicaid spending over the Financial Plan period include Medicaid
enrollment, costs of provider health care services (particularly in managed care), levels of service
utilization and the expiration of enhanced Federal aid.5 The number of Medicaid recipients,
including FHP, is expected to total approximately 5.1 million at the end of FY 2013, an increase
of 2.4 percent from the FY 2012 caseload. The expiration of the enhanced FMAP contributes to
an increase in State-share spending of nearly $1 billion from FY 2012 to FY 2013, and includes
costs associated with the Federal funding reconciliation between the State and counties.
Pursuant to Federal Health Care Reform, the Federal government is expected to finance a greater
share of Medicaid costs for individuals and couples without children, which is expected to lower
growth in State-share Medicaid costs beginning in FY 2015.
The FY 2013 Enacted Budget includes authorization to establish a phased-takeover of local
government administration of the Medicaid program, and to cap spending on local Medicaid
administration at FY 2012 appropriation levels. The FY 2013 Enacted Budget also provides
Medicaid spending relief for all counties and New York City by reducing the growth in local
Medicaid payments. These changes are expected to further provide fiscal and administrative
relief to local governments, consistent with other legislation the State has enacted in recent years
to reduce the tax burden on its citizens.

5

In August 2010, the U.S. Congress approved a six-month extension through June 30, 2011 of the enhanced FMAP benefit, as provided through
ARRA. Under enhanced FMAP (which covered the period from October 2008 through June 30, 2011), the Federal match rate increased from
50 percent to approximately 57 percent, which resulted in a concomitant decrease in the State and local share.

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The State share of DOH Medicaid spending is financed from both the General Fund, as well
as special revenue funding primarily through HCRA. The chart below provides information on
the financing sources for State Medicaid spending.
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH MEDICAID
(millions of dollars)

State Operating Funds (Before FMAP)
Enhanced FMAP -- State Share

2

State Operating Funds (After FMAP)
Total General Fund
Other State Funds Support
HCRA Financing
Indigent Care Support
Provider Assessment Revenue
1
2

1

FY 2012

FY 2013

Results

Updated

16,000

15,606

-2.5%

254

-136.1%

15,297

15,860

10,301
4,996
3,392
777
827

(703)

FY 2014
Change Projected

FY 2015

FY 2016

Change

Projected

Change

Projected

Change

16,513

5.8%

17,049

3.2%

17,895

5.0%

0

-100.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

3.7%

16,513

4.1%

17,049

3.2%

17,895

5.0%

10,604

2.9%

11,158

5.2%

11,454

2.7%

12,332

7.7%

5,256
3,672
792
792

5.2%
8.3%
1.9%
-4.2%

5,355
3,778
792
785

1.9%
2.9%
0.0%
-0.9%

5,595
4,018
792
785

4.5%
6.4%
0.0%
0.0%

5,563
3,986
792
785

-0.6%
-0.8%
0.0%
0.0%

Does not include Medicaid spending in other State agencies, DOH State operations spending, or the local government share of total Medicaid program
Excludes benefits realized in other State agencies. Costs in FY 2013 reflect the reconciliation of the local share benefit for FY 2012 that will occur in FY 2013.

PUBLIC HEALTH/AGING PROGRAMS
Public Health includes the EPIC program that provides prescription drug insurance to lowincome seniors, the CHP program that finances health insurance coverage for children of lowincome families up to the age of 19, the GPHW program that reimburses local health
departments for the cost of providing certain public health services, the EI program that pays for
services to infants and toddlers under the age of three with disabilities or developmental delays,
and other HCRA and State-supported programs.
The SOFA promotes and administers programs and services for New Yorkers 60 years of age
and older. The Office primarily oversees community-based services, including but not limited to
in-home services and nutrition assistance, provided through a network of county Area Agencies
on Aging and local providers.
Many public health programs, such as the EI and GPHW programs, are run by county health
departments and reimbursed by the State for a share of program costs. The State spending
projections do not include the county share of public health funding. In addition, a significant
portion of HCRA spending is included under the public health budget. For more information on
HCRA projections, see the following section entitled “HCRA Financial Plan”.

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PUBLIC HEALTH AND AGING
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

Change

FY 2014
Projected

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

Total State Operating Funds

2,104

2,041

-3.0%

2,219

8.7%

2,315

4.3%

2,072

-10.5%

Public Health

1,992

1,925

-3.4%

2,101

9.1%

2,190

4.2%

1,940

-11.4%

Child Health Plus

344

334

-2.9%

369

10.5%

395

7.0%

312

-21.0%

General Public Health Work

247

247

0.0%

270

9.3%

283

4.8%

288

1.8%

EPIC
Early Intervention
HCRA Program Account
F-SHRP
All Other

169
167
435
234
396

151
164
452
175
402

-10.7%
-1.8%
3.9%
-25.2%
1.5%

231
164
476
205
386

53.0%
0.0%
5.3%
17.1%
-4.0%

255
167
478
205
407

10.4%
1.8%
0.4%
0.0%
5.4%

267
171
478
0
424

4.7%
2.4%
0.0%
-100.0%
4.2%

112

116

3.6%

118

1.7%

125

5.9%

132

5.6%

Aging

Increased State support for the EPIC program authorized in the FY 2013 Enacted Budget,
reinstituting more expansive coverage of Medicare Part D co-payments and co-insurance for
enrollees outside of the existing coverage gap, is expected to drive a substantial portion of
growth in the outyears of the Financial Plan. The spending increases related to EPIC coverage is
partly financed by additional revenue generated from rebates received from drug manufacturers.
Other spending growth over the Financial Plan period largely reflects costs associated with
increased enrollment in the CHP program, as well as increased spending for GPHW, consistent
with patterns in claiming from counties.
The decline in FY 2013 spending is due in large part to decreased Federal aid. The F-SHRP
program was provided to the State on a time-limited basis (expiring March 31, 2014) through a
Federal waiver under certain terms and conditions aimed at improving the delivery and access of
community health care services. EPIC spending is projected to temporarily decline in FY 2013,
since the more expansive coverage authorized in the FY 2013 Enacted Budget does not take
effect until January 1, 2013. After FY 2014, EPIC coverage is expected to stabilize, while
spending is projected to increase due to the rising costs of prescription medication.

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HCRA FINANCIAL PLAN
HCRA was established in 1996 to help finance a portion of State health care activities in
various areas of the budget: Medicaid, Public Health, and the Department of Financial Services.
Extensions and modifications to HCRA continue to finance new health care programs, including
FHP, and provide additional funding for the expansion of existing programs such as CHP.
HCRA receipts include surcharges and assessments on hospital revenues, a “covered lives”
assessment paid by insurance carriers, a portion of cigarette tax revenues, and other revenues
dedicated by statute, as well as potential future proceeds from insurance company conversions.
HCRA spending primarily finances Medicaid, EPIC, CHP, FHP and Indigent Care payments,
which provide funds to hospitals that serve a disproportionate share of individuals without health
insurance. HCRA also provides funding for Workforce Recruitment and Retention to health
facilities, physician excess medical malpractice, and HEAL NY for capital improvements to
health care facilities.
HCRA is expected to remain in balance over the multi-year projection period. Under the
current HCRA appropriation structure, spending reductions will occur if resources are
insufficient to meet spending levels. These spending reductions could potentially affect core
HCRA programs. The reauthorization of HCRA in prior years maintained HCRA’s balance
without the need for automatic spending reductions.
Given the close relationship between the General Fund and HCRA, any balances in HCRA
are typically eliminated by adjusting the level of Medicaid expenditures that HCRA finances.
This reduces costs that otherwise would have been supported by the General Fund. Conversely,
any shortfall in HCRA is expected to be financed by the General Fund.

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HCRA FINANCIAL PLAN FY 2012 THROUGH FY 2016
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Results

Updated

Projected

Projected

Projected

159

3

0

0

0

Total Receipts

5,317

5,921

6,184

6,303

6,184

Surcharges

2,711

3,016

3,171

3,263

3,142

Covered Lives Assessment

1,018

1,045

1,045

1,045

1,045

Cigarette Tax Revenue

1,162

1,146

1,123

1,101

1,079

Conversion Proceeds

0

250

300

300

300

Hospital Assessments

367

394

417

444

469

59

70

128

150

149

5,473

5,924

6,184

6,303

6,184

3,398

3,679

3,785

4,025

3,993

2,178

2,290

2,464

2,703

2,672

Family Health Plus

602

690

657

657

657

Workforce Recruitment & Retention

184

211

197

197

197

All Other

434

488

467

468

467

HCRA Program Account

461

476

499

501

501

Hospital Indigent Care

785

792

792

792

792

Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage

102

162

246

270

282

Child Health Plus

350

342

377

403

320

Public Health Programs

137

129

129

129

129

All Other

240

344

356

183

167

(156)

(3)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Opening Balance

NYC Cigarette Tax Transfer/Other

Total Disbursements
Medicaid Assistance Account
Medicaid Costs

Annual Operating Surplus/(Deficit)

Closing Balance

3

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MENTAL HYGIENE
The Department of Mental Hygiene is comprised of four independent agencies, OMH,
OPWDD, OASAS, and DDPC, which is funded entirely by Federal aid, as well as one oversight
agency, the CQCAPD. Services are administered to adults with serious and persistent mental
illness; children with serious emotional disturbances; individuals with developmental disabilities
and their families; and persons with chemical dependence. These agencies provide services
directly to their patients through State-operated facilities and indirectly through community
service providers. The costs associated with providing these services are funded by
reimbursements from Medicaid, Medicare, third-party insurance and State funding. Patient care
revenues are pledged first to the payment of debt service on outstanding mental hygiene bonds,
which are issued to finance improvements to infrastructure at mental hygiene facilities
throughout the State, with the remaining revenue used to support State operating costs.
MENTAL HYGIENE
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

Total State Operating Funds

3,756

3,644

-3.0%

4,051

People with Developmental Disabilities
Residential Services
Day Programs
Clinic
Other

2,324
1,600
613
25
86

2,235
1,536
588
25
86

-3.8%
-4.0%
-4.1%
0.0%
0.0%

Mental Health
Adult Local Services
Children Local Services

1,124
938
186

1,094
913
181

307
131
112
32
17
8
7
1

Alcohol and Substance Abuse
Outpatient/Methadone
Residential
Prevention
Crisis
Program Support
LGU Administration
CQCAPD

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

11.2%

4,312

6.4%

4,504

4.5%

2,461
1,700
650
25
86

10.1%
10.7%
10.5%
0.0%
0.0%

2,571
1,779
681
25
86

4.5%
4.6%
4.8%
0.0%
0.0%

2,642
1,831
700
25
86

2.8%
2.9%
2.8%
0.0%
0.0%

-2.7%
-2.7%
-2.7%

1,251
1,046
205

14.4%
14.6%
13.3%

1,385
1,158
227

10.7%
10.7%
10.7%

1,490
1,246
244

7.6%
7.6%
7.5%

314
135
116
33
17
8
5

2.3%
3.1%
3.6%
3.1%
0.0%
0.0%
-28.6%

338
142
125
38
19
9
5

7.6%
5.2%
7.8%
15.2%
11.8%
12.5%
0.0%

355
148
132
40
20
10
5

5.0%
4.2%
5.6%
5.3%
5.3%
11.1%
0.0%

371
155
139
41
21
10
5

4.5%
4.7%
5.3%
2.5%
5.0%
0.0%
0.0%

1

0.0%

1

0.0%

1

0.0%

1

0.0%

Change

Change

Local assistance spending in mental hygiene accounts for nearly half of total mental hygiene
spending from State Operating Funds, and is projected to grow by an average rate of 4.6 percent
annually. This growth is attributable to increases in the projected State share of Medicaid costs
and projected expansion of the mental hygiene service systems, including: increases primarily
associated with the OPWDD NYS-CARES program; the New York/New York III Supportive
Housing agreement and community beds that are currently under development in the OMH
pipeline. Additional outyear spending is assumed in Financial Plan estimates for costs associated
with efforts to move individuals in nursing homes and other settings to the least restrictive
setting possible, as well as several chemical dependence treatment and prevention initiatives for
individuals receiving services through OASAS.

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SOCIAL SERVICES
OTDA local assistance programs provide cash benefits and supportive services to lowincome families. The State’s three main programs include Family Assistance, Safety Net
Assistance and SSI. The Family Assistance program, which is financed by the Federal
government, provides time-limited cash assistance to eligible families. The Safety Net
Assistance program, financed by the State and local districts, provides cash assistance for single
adults, childless couples, and families that have exhausted their five-year limit on Family
Assistance imposed by Federal law. The State SSI Supplementation program provides a
supplement to the Federal SSI benefit for the elderly, visually handicapped, and disabled.
TEMPORARY AND DISABILITY ASSISTANCE
(millions of dollars)

Total State Operating Funds
SSI
Public Assistance Benefits
Welfare Initiatives
All Other
1

1

FY 2012

FY 2013

Results

Updated

Change

Projected

FY 2014
Change

Projected

FY 2015
Change

Projected

FY 2016
Change

1,413

1,488

5.3%

1,543

3.7%

1,441

-6.6%

1,469

1.9%

730

741

1.5%

766

3.4%

664

-13.3%

691

4.1%

513

620

20.9%

657

6.0%

657

0.0%

657

0.0%

24

19

-20.8%

18

-5.3%

18

0.0%

18

0.0%

146

108

-26.0%

102

-5.6%

102

0.0%

103

1.0%

Reflects additional spending in FY 2013 that is the result of FY 2012 payment delays.

The average public assistance caseload is projected to total 553,029 recipients in FY 2013, a
decrease of 2.2 percent from FY 2012 levels. Approximately 255,031 families are expected to
receive benefits through the Family Assistance program, a decrease of 2.6 percent from the FY
2012 level. In the Safety Net Families program, an average of 119,791 families are expected to
receive aid in FY 2013, an annual decrease of 2.9 percent. The caseload for single
adults/childless couples supported through the Safety Net Families program is projected at
178,207, an annual decrease of 1.2 percent.

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OCFS provides funding for foster care, adoption, child protective services, preventive
services, delinquency prevention, and child care. OCFS oversees the State’s system of family
support and child welfare services administered by local departments of social services and
community-based organizations. Specifically, child welfare services, which are financed jointly
by the Federal government, the State, and local districts, are structured to encourage local
governments to invest in preventive services to reduce out-of-home placement of children. In
addition, the Child Care Block Grant, which is also financed by a combination of Federal, State
and local sources, supports child care subsidies for public assistance and low-income families.
The youth facilities program serves youth directed by family or criminal courts to be placed in
residential facilities.
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
(millions of dollars)

Total State Operating Funds
Child Welfare Service
Foster Care Block Grant
Adoption
Day Care
Youth Programs
Medicaid
Committees on Special Education
Adult Protective/Domestic Violenc
All Other

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

Change

FY 2014
Projected

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

1,604
446
436
181
143
109
113
64
33
79

1,543
330
436
175
220
125
93
39
34
91

-3.8%
-26.0%
0.0%
-3.3%
53.8%
14.7%
-17.7%
-39.1%
3.0%
15.2%

1,891
463
464
182
355
150
117
42
39
79

22.6%
40.3%
6.4%
4.0%
61.4%
20.0%
25.8%
7.7%
14.7%
-13.2%

1,990
508
492
190
354
155
122
46
44
79

5.2%
9.7%
6.0%
4.4%
-0.3%
3.3%
4.3%
9.5%
12.8%
0.0%

2,094
556
521
199
354
156
127
51
51
79

5.2%
9.4%
5.9%
4.7%
0.0%
0.6%
4.1%
10.9%
15.9%
0.0%

OCFS spending reflects expected growth in claims-based programs and an increase in child
care General Fund spending to offset a reduction in available TANF dollars.

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TRANSPORTATION
In FY 2013, the DOT will provide $4.4 billion in local assistance to support statewide mass
transit systems. This funding, financed through the collection of dedicated taxes and fees, is
provided to mass transit operators throughout the State to support operating costs. The MTA,
due to the size and scope of its transit system, receives the majority of the statewide mass transit
operating aid. Additionally, the MTA receives operating support from the Mobility Tax and
MTA Aid Trust Fund, authorized in May 2009 to collect regional taxes and fees imposed within
the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District. The State collects these taxes and fees on
behalf of, and disburses the entire amount to, the MTA to support the transit system. Spending
from this fund is projected to grow between 4 percent and 10 percent each year from FY 2014 to
FY 2016. Legislation enacted in December 2011 eliminates the MTA payroll tax for all
elementary and secondary schools as well as for certain small businesses. The State is expected
to compensate the MTA for the decrease in receipts from the December 2011 tax reduction.
TRANSPORTATION
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

Change

FY 2014
Projected

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

Total State Operating Funds

4,230

4,378

3.5%

4,556

4.1%

4,634

1.7%

4,730

2.1%

Mass Transit Operating Aid:

1,784

1,907

6.9%

1,907

0.0%

1,907

0.0%

1,907

0.0%

Metro Mass Transit Aid

1,645

1,762

7.1%

1,762

0.0%

1,762

0.0%

1,762

0.0%

Public Transit Aid

87

93

6.9%

93

0.0%

93

0.0%

93

0.0%

18-B General Fund Aid

27

27

0.0%

27

0.0%

27

0.0%

27

0.0%

School Fare

25

25

0.0%

25

0.0%

25

0.0%

25

0.0%

1,725

1,742

1.0%

1,915

9.9%

1,991

4.0%

2,085

4.7%

674

683

1.3%

689

0.9%

691

0.3%

693

0.3%

45

45

0.0%

45

0.0%

45

0.0%

45

0.0%

2

1

-50.0%

0

-100.0%

0

0.0%

0

0.0%

Mobility Tax and MTA Aid Trust
Dedicated Mass Transit
AMTAP
All Other

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Direct aid to local governments primarily includes the AIM program, which was created in
FY 2006 to consolidate various unrestricted local aid funding streams. Along with AIM, the
State provides incentive grants to local governments. Other direct aid to local governments
includes VLT impact aid, Small Government Assistance and Miscellaneous Financial
Assistance.
ALL OTHER LOCAL ASSISTANCE SPENDING
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012

FY 2013

Annual %

FY 2014

Annual %

FY 2015

Annual %

FY 2016

Annual %

Results

Updated

Change

Projected

Change

Projected

Change

Projected

Change

754

777

3.1%

789

1.5%

801

1.5%

803

0.2%

Big Four Cities

429

429

0.0%

429

0.0%

429

0.0%

429

0.0%

Other Cities

218

218

0.0%

218

0.0%

218

0.0%

218

0.0%

Total State Operating Funds
AIM:

Towns and Villages

68

68

0.0%

68

0.0%

68

0.0%

68

0.0%

Efficiency Incentives

6

25

316.7%

42

68.0%

58

38.1%

60

3.4%

33

37

12.1%

32

-13.5%

28

-12.5%

28

0.0%

All Other Local Aid

Other local assistance programs and activities include criminal justice, economic
development, housing, parks and recreation and environmental quality. Spending in these areas
is not expected to change materially over the Financial Plan period.

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AGENCY OPERATIONS
Agency operating costs include personal service, non-personal service, and GSCs. Personal
service includes salaries of State employees of the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches,
as well as overtime payments and costs for temporary employees. Non-personal service
generally accounts for the cost of operating State agencies, including real estate rental, utilities,
contractual payments (i.e., consultants, information technology, and professional business
services), supplies and materials, equipment, telephone service and employee travel. GSCs
account for the costs of fringe benefits (i.e., pensions, health insurance) provided to State
employees and retirees of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches, and certain fixed
costs paid by the State. In addition, certain agency operations of Transportation and Motor
Vehicles are included in the capital projects fund type and not reflected in the State Operating
Funds personal service or non-personal service totals.
Approximately 94 percent of the State workforce is unionized. The largest unions include
CSEA, which primarily represents office support staff and administrative personnel, machine
operators, skilled trade workers, and therapeutic and custodial care staff; PEF, which primarily
represents professional and technical personnel (i.e., attorneys, nurses, accountants, engineers,
social workers, and institution teachers); UUP, which represents faculty and non-teaching
professional staff within the State University system; and NYSCOPBA, which represents
security personnel (correction officers, safety and security officers).
Selected assumptions used in preparing the spending projections for agency operations are
summarized in the following table.

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FORECAST OF SELECTED PROGRAM MEASURES AFFECTING PERSONAL SERVICE AND FRINGE BENEFITS
FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Results

Updated

Projected

Projected

Projected

1

Negotiated Base Salary Increases
CSEA/NYSCOPBA/Council 82/NYSPBA
PEF
State Workforce
ERS Pension Contribution Rate

0

0

0

2%

2%

0

0

0

2%

TBD

119,579

121,841

122,142

122,142

122,142

2

Before Amortization

16.5%

19.4%

21.6%

23.1%

20.6%

After Amortization

10.5%

11.5%

12.5%

13.5%

14.5%

Before Amortization

22.3%

26.9%

29.2%

31.3%

28.5%

After Amortization

18.5%

19.5%

20.5%

21.5%

22.5%

6.0%

-2.7%

7.2%

8.3%

8.3%

14.4%

14.6%

14.7%

14.9%

14.2%

PFRS Pension Contribution Rate

Employee/Retiree Health Insurance Grow th Rates
PS/Fringe as % of Receipts (All Funds Basis)
1

2

Reflects current collective bargaining agreements w ith settled unions. Does not reflect potential impact of future negotiated
w orkforce agreements.
As Percent of Salary.

Growth in agency operating spending over the multi-year Financial Plan is concentrated in
agencies that operate large facilities, such as the State University, the mental hygiene agencies,
and Corrections and Community Supervision. The main causes of growth include inflationary
increases in operating costs expected for food, medical care and prescription drugs, and energy
costs in State facilities, offset by expected savings from enterprise procurement efforts.
Recently settled collective bargaining agreements with NYSCOPBA and Council 82 are
reflected in the personal service costs below and include retroactive salary increases that will be
paid in FY 2013 for prior years.
In most years, there are 26 bi-weekly pay periods. However, in FY 2016 there is one
additional State institutional payroll, therefore an “extra” 27th pay period results in higher
spending. In addition, in FY 2016 the State will begin repayment to State employees for portions
of the Deficit Reduction program taken during FY 2012 and FY 2013 as part of workforce
savings initiatives.

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STATE OPERATING FUNDS - AGENCY OPERATIONS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

Subject to Direct Executive Control
Mental Hygiene
Corrections and Community Supervision
State Police
Public Health
Tax and Finance
Children and Family Services
Environmental Conservation
Financial Services
Temporary and Disability Assistance
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation
Workers' Compensation Board
Lottery
General Services
Collective Bargaining Adjustment
All Other

9,696
2,941
2,472
611
540
383
293
245
210
150
183
158
140
120
102
1,148

9,723
2,985
2,704
644
556
393
316
235
202
203
166
151
161
154
(236)
1,089

0.3%
1.5%
9.4%
5.4%
3.0%
2.6%
7.8%
-4.1%
-3.8%
35.3%
-9.3%
-4.4%
15.0%
28.3%
-331.4%
-5.1%

9,884
3,088
2,578
650
607
395
315
235
207
205
167
150
155
138
0
994

1.7%
3.5%
-4.7%
0.9%
9.2%
0.5%
-0.3%
0.0%
2.5%
1.0%
0.6%
-0.7%
-3.7%
-10.4%
-100.0%
-8.7%

10,138
3,197
2,649
655
629
406
301
236
209
216
169
153
159
133
0
1,026

2.6%
3.5%
2.8%
0.8%
3.6%
2.8%
-4.4%
0.4%
1.0%
5.4%
1.2%
2.0%
2.6%
-3.6%
0.0%
3.2%

10,575
3,350
2,806
668
635
413
298
239
212
214
171
156
159
136
0
1,118

4.3%
4.8%
5.9%
2.0%
1.0%
1.7%
-1.0%
1.3%
1.4%
-0.9%
1.2%
2.0%
0.0%
2.3%
0.0%
9.0%

University System
State University
City University

5,538
5,430
108

5,627
5,524
103

1.6%
1.7%
-4.6%

5,736
5,631
105

1.9%
1.9%
1.9%

5,882
5,774
108

2.5%
2.5%
2.9%

6,023
5,913
110

2.4%
2.4%
1.9%

295
160
135

304
165
139

3.1%
3.1%
3.0%

305
163
142

0.3%
-1.2%
2.2%

313
167
146

2.6%
2.5%
2.8%

321
171
150

2.6%
2.4%
2.7%

15,529

15,654

0.8%

15,925

1.7%

16,333

2.6%

16,919

3.6%

1,827
197

1,856
219

1.6%
11.2%

1,914
221

3.1%
0.9%

2,000
224

4.5%
1.4%

2,095
227

4.8%
1.3%

Statewide Total (Adjusted)
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service

17,553
12,149
5,404

17,729
12,234
5,495

1.0%
0.7%
1.7%

18,060
12,494
5,566

1.9%
2.1%
1.3%

18,557
12,832
5,725

2.8%
2.7%
2.9%

19,241
13,364
5,877

3.7%
4.1%
2.7%

Statewide Total
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service

17,451
12,047
5,404

17,965
12,470
5,495

2.9%
3.5%
1.7%

18,060
12,494
5,566

0.5%
0.2%
1.3%

18,557
12,832
5,725

2.8%
2.7%
2.9%

19,241
13,364
5,877

3.7%
4.1%
2.7%

Independent Agencies
Law
Audit & Control
Total, excluding Legislature and Judiciary
Judiciary
Legislature

Change

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GENERAL STATE CHARGES
Fringe benefit payments, many of which are mandated by statute or collective bargaining
agreements, include employer contributions for pensions, Social Security, health insurance,
workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance, and dental and vision benefits. The majority
of employee fringe benefit costs are paid centrally from statewide appropriations. However,
certain agencies, including the Judiciary and SUNY, directly pay all or a portion of their
employee fringe benefit costs from their respective budgets. Employee fringe benefits paid
through GSCs are paid from the General Fund in the first instance and then partially reimbursed
by revenue collected from fringe benefit assessments on Federal funds and other special revenue
accounts. The largest General Fund reimbursement comes from the mental hygiene agencies.
GSCs also include certain fixed costs such as State taxes paid to local governments for
certain State-owned lands, and payments related to lawsuits against the State and its public
officers.
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(millions of dollars)

Total State Operating Funds
Fringe Benefits

FY 2012

FY 2013

Results

Updated

Change

Projected

FY 2014
Change

Projected

FY 2015
Change

Projected

FY 2016
Change

6,593

6,531

-0.9%

7,062

8.1%

7,563

7.1%

8,040

6.3%
6.6%

6,217

6,146

-1.1%

6,707

9.1%

7,193

7.2%

7,671

3,275

3,202

-2.2%

3,411

6.5%

3,670

7.6%

3,951

7.7%

Employee Health Insurance

2,052

1,987

-3.2%

2,132

7.3%

2,294

7.6%

2,469

7.6%

Retiree Health Insurance

1,223

1,215

-0.7%

1,279

5.3%

1,376

7.6%

1,482

7.7%

Health Insurance

Pensions

1,697

1,600

-5.7%

2,012

25.8%

2,257

12.2%

2,467

9.3%

Social Security

914

931

1.9%

944

1.4%

969

2.6%

1,000

3.2%

All Other Fringe

331

413

24.8%

340

-17.7%

297

-12.6%

253

-14.8%

376

385

2.4%

355

-7.8%

370

4.2%

369

-0.3%

Fixed Costs

GSCs are projected to increase at an average annual rate of 5.1 percent over the Financial
Plan period. The annual decrease in FY 2013 is driven by the impact of collective bargaining
agreements, workforce attrition and the prepayment of certain pension costs in FY 2012. These
declines are partially offset by increased Workers’ Compensation payments commensurate with
2007 legislative reforms and Court of Claims payments related to the Gyrodyne eminent domain
lawsuit against the State. Increases in future years are driven by projected growth in health
insurance and pension costs, offset by revenue collected from fringe benefit assessments,
particularly from the mental hygiene agencies.

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TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS (GENERAL FUND BASIS)
GENERAL FUND TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

Total Transfers to Other Funds

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

5,856

7,036

8,655

9,535

9,802

Medicaid State Share

2,722

2,975

2,767

2,621

2,521

Debt Service

1,516

1,564

1,617

1,514

1,488

798

1,055

1,287

1,403

1,299

Dedicated Highway and Bridge Trust Fund

449

499

594

619

622

All Other Capital

349

556

693

784

677

All Other Transfers

820

1,442

2,984

3,997

4,494

Mental Hygiene

0

0

824

1,756

2,347

SUNY - Disproportionate Share

225

228

228

228

228

Judiciary Funds

123

115

116

117

118

55

19

0

0

0

0

340

983

1,002

1,022

SUNY - Hospital Operations

60

81

88

88

88

Banking Services

71

58

66

66

66

Statewide Financial System

36

48

55

55

55

Indigent Legal Services

40

40

40

40

40

Department of Transportation (MTA Tax)

22

280

332

334

334

Mass Transportation Operating Assistance

47

19

19

19

19

Alcoholic Beverage Control

16

17

19

20

20

Public Transportation Systems

12

12

12

12

12

Correctional Industries

10

10

10

10

10

0

22

52

20

10

103

153

140

230

125

Capital Projects

School Aid - Lottery/VLT Aid Guarantee
SUNY - University Operations

OFT Centralized Tech Services
All Other

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General Fund transfers help finance certain capital activities, the State’s share of Medicaid
costs for State-operated mental hygiene facilities, debt service for bonds that do not have
dedicated revenues, and a range of other activities.
A significant portion of the capital and operating expenses of DOT and DMV are funded
from the DHBTF. The Fund receives dedicated tax and fee revenue from the Petroleum
Business Tax, the Motor Fuel Tax, the Auto Rental Tax, highway use taxes, transmission taxes
and motor vehicle fees administered by DMV. The Financial Plan includes transfers from the
General Fund that effectively subsidize the expenses of the DHBTF. The subsidy is required
because the cumulative expenses of the fund – capital and operating expenses of DOT and DMV,
debt service on DHBTF bonds and transfers for debt service on bonds that fund CHIPs and local
transportation programs – exceed current and projected revenue deposits and bond proceeds.
Transfers to other funds are expected to total $7.0 billion in FY 2013, an annual increase of
$1.2 billion, or 20 percent. This increase is mainly due to higher costs related to the Financial
Plan re-categorization of SUNY operating support, supplementation to MTA for the recent
payroll tax reduction, Medicaid State share, and capital projects.

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DEBT SERVICE
The State pays debt service on all outstanding State-supported bonds. These include general
obligation bonds, for which the State is constitutionally obligated to pay debt service, as well as
bonds issued by State public authorities (i.e., ESDC, DASNY, and the TA, subject to an
appropriation). Depending on the credit structure, debt service is financed by transfers from the
General Fund, dedicated taxes and fees, and other resources, such as patient income revenues.
DEBT SERVICE SPENDING PROJECTIONS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012

FY 2013

Annual

Percent

Results

Updated

Change

Change

1,516

1,564

48

3.2%

4,348

4,536

188

4.3%

State Operating Funds

5,864

6,100

236

4.0%

Total All Funds

5,864

6,100

236

4.0%

General Fund
Other State Support

Total debt service is projected at $6.1 billion in FY 2013, of which $1.6 billion is financed
via a General Fund transfer, and $4.5 billion from other State funds. The General Fund transfer
primarily finances debt service payments on general obligation and service contract bonds. Debt
service is paid directly from other State funds for the State’s revenue bonds, including PIT
bonds, DHBTF bonds, and mental health facilities bonds.
Projections for debt service spending have been updated to reflect actual bond sale results to
date, higher assumed costs for mental health bonds, and anticipated increased 2012-13 bonding
levels for SUNY and transportation purposes.

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FY 2013
YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS

FY 2013 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS
This section provides a summary of operating results for April through June 2012 compared
to the (1) initial projections set forth in the FY 2013 Enacted Budget; and (2) results through
June for the prior year (FY 2012).
The State ended the month of June 2012 with a closing balance of $2.9 billion in the General
Fund. The balance was $814 million higher than projected in the Enacted Budget Financial Plan.
The higher balance is due to lower than anticipated spending ($699 million) and higher than
anticipated receipts ($115 million).
In April 2012, the State converted a enterprise-wide accounting and financial management
system, the Statewide Financial System (SFS). As agencies, employees, and external parties
doing business with the State adjust to the new system, delays in processing transactions in the
new system have occurred. The lower than expected spending through June, particularly in the
areas of local assistance and non-personal service, appear to be due largely to the effects of
learning the new system. Accordingly, DOB anticipates that any delays in processing will correct
themselves in subsequent months and not affect annual Financial Plan disbursement estimates.
GENERAL FUND OPERATING RESULTS THROUGH JUNE 2012
(millions of dollars)

Enacted Plan
Opening Balance
Receipts

Actual

Above/(Below)

Results

Variance

1,787

1,787

0
115

15,289

15,404

Personal Income Tax1

9,967

10,089

122

User Taxes and Fees1
Business Taxes
Other Taxes1
Non-Tax Receipts

3,014
1,213
429
666

2,877
1,292
410
736

(137)
79
(19)
70
(699)

14,955

14,256

Education

Disbursements

4,943

4,964

21

Health Care

2,814

2,714

(100)

Social Services

923

679

(244)

All Other Local

1,556

1,312

(244)

Personal Service

1,794

1,776

(18)

481

340

(141)

Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Transfers to Other Funds
Change in Operations
Closing Balance
1

Includes transfers from other funds after debt service.

71

865

945

80

1,579

1,526

(53)

334

1,148

814

2,121

2,935

814

FY 2013 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS
Total taxes, including transfers from other funds after debt service, were $45 million above
the Enacted Budget projections, reflecting higher than expected collections from personal
income tax receipts ($122 million) and business taxes ($79 million), partly offset by lower than
expected collections from user taxes and fees ($137 million) and other taxes ($19 million). Nontax revenue, which includes miscellaneous receipts and transfers from other funds, was $70
million above Enacted projections, primarily reflecting greater than anticipated civil recoveries
remitted to the State by district attorneys.
General Fund disbursements, including transfers to other funds, were $699 million below
projections due to timing of spending for social services programs ($244 million); TAP
payments to institutions of higher education ($184 million); public health programs ($111
million); and non-personal services mainly in the following agencies: DOCCS, OTDA,
Judiciary, SUNY, OGS, and DOH. Higher spending for General State Charges is attributable to
lower than projected reimbursements payments from non-General Fund Mental Hygiene
accounts, which thereby imposed additional costs upon the General Fund, and is expected to
correct over the rest of the year. In addition, GSCs spending was higher than anticipated for
Workers’ Compensation payments, a result of statutory increases in the maximum benefit
provided to injured employees, which has been reflected in the updated Financial Plan.
GENERAL FUND ANNUAL CHANGE
GENERAL FUND OPERATING RESULTS YEAR-OVER-YEAR
THROUGH JUNE
(millions of dollars)

Opening Balance
Receipts

FY 2012

FY 2013

Results

Results

Increase/(Decrease)
$

%

1,376

1,787

411

15,705

15,404

(301)

Personal Income Tax1

10,432

10,089

(343)

-3.3%

User Taxes and Fees1
Business Taxes

2,925

2,877

(48)

-1.6%

1,363

1,292

(71)

-5.2%

370

410

40

10.8%

615

736

121

19.7%

14,589

14,256

(333)

-2.3%

Education

4,973

4,964

(9)

-0.2%

Health Care

2,923

2,714

(209)

-7.2%

Social Services

806

679

(127)

-15.8%

All Other Local

1,491

1,312

(179)

-12.0%

Personal Service

1,725

1,776

51

3.0%

414

340

(74)

-17.9%

Other Taxes1
Non-Tax Revenue
Disbursements

Non-Personal Service
General State Charges

-1.9%

845

945

100

11.8%

1,412

1,526

114

8.1%

Change in Operations

1,116

1,148

32

Closing Balance

2,492

2,935

443

Transfers To Other Funds

1

Includes transfers from other funds after debt service.

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FY 2013 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS
The closing balance in the General Fund as of June 2012 was $443 million higher than the
closing balance in June 2011, primarily due to starting the current year with a larger opening
balance.
Total receipts through June 2012 were $301 billion (1.9 percent) lower than in the prior fiscal
year. Tax receipts through June 2012 were $422 million (2.8 percent) below levels in the prior
fiscal year, which largely reflect the impact of tax law changes and a large non-recurring audit
recovery in the prior year. Higher non-tax revenue is mainly due to receipts from a legal
settlement received in the current year.
Through June 2012, spending was $333 million (2.3 percent) below the prior year, reflecting
the net impact of a significant year-over-year decrease in local assistance spending ($524
million) and agency operations ($23 million) due to timing of spending in FY 2013. The
declines were partly offset by higher spending for General State Charges ($100 million) due to
higher Workers’ Compensation payments and increased transfers to other State funds ($114
million) to offset the MTA’s expected loss of revenue as a result of the exemption granted to
small business operators from being subject to the MTA’s regional mobility tax, as included in
the December 2011 tax reform legislation.
STATE OPERATING FUNDS RESULTS
STATE OPERATING FUNDS RESULTS THROUGH JUNE 2012
(millions of dollars)

Opening Balance

Enacted

Actual

Above/(Below)

Plan

Results

Variance

3,847

3,847

20,773

20,575

Personal Income Tax

10,508

10,631

123

User Taxes and Fees

3,590

3,465

(125)

Business Taxes

1,549

1,620

71

Receipts

Disbursements

(198)

736

761

25

4,390

4,098

(292)
(1,419)

Other Taxes
Non-Tax Receipts

0

20,473

19,054

Education

5,278

5,281

3

Health Care

4,286

3,927

(359)

Social Services

924

681

(243)

All Other Local

3,361

3,032

(329)

Personal Service

3,036

3,015

(21)

Non-Personal Service

1,251

863

(388)

General State Charges

1,317

1,271

(46)

Debt Service

1,020

982

(38)

2

2

892

991

99

Change in Operations

1,192

2,512

1,320

Closing Balance

5,039

6,359

1,320

-

Capital Projects
Other Financing Sources

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The State ended June 2012 with a closing balance of $6.4 billion in State Operating Funds,
$1.3 billion above the estimate in the Enacted Budget Financial Plan. Tax collections were
higher than planned in the personal income tax due to stronger than anticipated April 2012
extension payments; business taxes due to the timing of audit recoveries and stronger than
expected gross bank tax collections; and MTA mobility tax collections, mainly due to a lag in
taxpayer response to the tax reduction that took effect in April 2012. User Taxes and Fees fell
below plan due to weaker than expected sales tax collections as a result of a warm winter and
weak consumer demand. Likewise, non-tax receipts fell below plan collections across multiple
non-General Fund accounts.
State Operating Funds spending was $1.4 billion below the estimate in the Enacted Budget
Financial Plan. In addition to the General Fund variances described above, lower spending in
other State funds appears to have been affected by the transition to SFS and is expected to
correct itself in the coming months.
STATE OPERATING FUNDS ANNUAL CHANGE
APRIL THROUGH JUNE STATE OPERATING FUNDS RESULTS YEAR-OVER-YEAR
(millions of dollars)
FY 2012 Results
Opening Balance

FY 2013 Results

Increase/(Decrease)
$
%

3,969

3,847

(122)

Receipts
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Non-Tax Receipts

20,971
10,970
3,498
1,719
735
4,049

20,575
10,631
3,465
1,620
761
4,098

(396)
(339)
(33)
(99)
26
49

-1.9%
-3.1%
-0.9%
-5.8%
3.5%
1.2%

Disbursements
Education
Health Care
Social Services
All Other Local
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects

20,183
5,293
4,399
810
3,162
3,003
1,250
1,248
1,017
1

19,054
5,281
3,927
681
3,032
3,015
863
1,271
982
2

(1,129)
(12)
(472)
(129)
(130)
12
(387)
23
(35)
1

-5.6%
-0.2%
-10.7%
-15.9%
-4.1%
0.4%
-31.0%
1.8%
-3.4%
100.0%

(211)

Other Financing Sources

1,202

991

Change in Operations

1,990

2,512

522

Closing Balance

5,959

6,359

400

Total receipts through June 2012 were $396 million lower (1.9 percent) than in the prior
fiscal year. Tax receipts through June 2012 were $445 million below FY 2012 levels. Lower
personal income tax collections ($339 million) and user taxes ($33 million) are primarily
attributable to tax law changes. The decline in business tax receipts ($99 million) is mainly
attributable to a large audit collection in the first quarter of FY 2012 that did not recur in the
current fiscal year. Increased year-to-date collections from other taxes ($26 million) reflect the
impact of timing associated with real estate transfer tax payments from New York City. Non-tax

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receipts through June 2012 were $49 million above results in the prior fiscal year due to
improved collections in certain accounts.
Actual spending results through the first quarter of FY 2013 were $1.1 billion (5.6 percent)
below the prior year due to the timing of payments in the current year.
ALL FUNDS RESULTS
All Governmental Funds ended June 2012 with a closing balance of $5.0 billion, $521
million above the Enacted projection.
All GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS RESULTS THROUGH JUNE 2012
(millions of dollars)

Opening Balance
Receipts
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Disbursements

Enacted

Actual

Above/(Below)

Plan

Results

Variance

3,360

3,360

n/a

32,028

30,042

(1,986)

16,695

16,793

98

5,283

4,809

(474)

10,050

8,440

(1,610)

30,988

28,386

(2,602)

State Operating Funds

20,473

19,054

(1,419)

Capital Projects Funds

1,651

1,222

(429)

Federal Operating Funds

8,864

8,110

(754)

85

(10)

(95)

Other Financing Sources
Change in Operations

1,125

1,646

521

Closing Balance

4,485

5,006

521

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FY 2013 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS ANNUAL CHANGE
All Governmental Funds receipts and spending through June 2012 was approximately $3.4
billion lower than the previous fiscal year. The year-to-year decrease in Federal grants receipts
and total spending is the result of timing-related delays, as well as the expiration of Federal
Enhanced FMAP at the end of June 2011, which temporarily lowered State-share Medicaid costs
by increasing the Federal share.
APRIL THROUGH JUNE All GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS RESULTS YEAR-OVER-YEAR
(millions of dollars)

Opening Balance

FY 2012

FY 2013

Increase/(Decrease)

Results

Results

$

%

3,812

3,360

(452)

Receipts
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

33,376
17,220
4,987
11,169

30,042
16,793
4,809
8,440

(3,334)
(427)
(178)
(2,729)

-10.0%
-2.5%
-3.6%
-24.4%

Disbursements
State Operating Funds
Capital Projects Funds
Federal Operating Funds

31,751
20,183
1,827
9,741

28,386
19,054
1,222
8,110

(3,365)
(1,129)
(605)
(1,631)

-10.6%
-5.6%
-33.1%
-16.7%

(11)

(10)

Other Financing Sources

1

Change in Operations

1,614

1,646

32

Closing Balance

5,426

5,006

(420)

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GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS

GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS
AIM .......................................................................................... Aid and Incentive for Municipalities
ALES .........................................................................................Agency Law Enforcement Services
APSU ................................................................................................... Agency Police Services Unit
ARC .................................................................................................. Annual Required Contribution
ARRA .............................................................. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
BANs ......................................................................................................... Bond Anticipation Notes
BCA .................................................................................................................... Budget Control Act
CHIPs ...................................................................... Consolidated Highway Improvement Programs
CHP ........................................................................................................................ Child Health Plus
CMS ............................................................................ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
CPI ................................................................................................................ Consumer Price Index
CQCAPD ........................................................... Commission on Quality of Care and Advocacy for
Persons with Disabilities
CSEA ...................................................................................... Civil Service Employees Association
CUNY ................................................................................................. City University of New York
CUNY DC-37 ...................................................... City University of New York District Council 37
DASNY .................................................................... Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
DDPC ......................................................................... Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
DHBTF ......................................................................... Dedicated Highway and Bridge Trust Fund
DMV ................................................................................................. Department of Motor Vehicles
DOB ............................................................................................................... Division of the Budget
DOCCS .....................................................Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
DOH ................................................................................................................ Department of Health
DOT ....................................................................................................Department of Transportation
EI ....................................................................................................................... Early Intervention
EPIC ............................................................................. Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage
ESDC .................................................................................. Empire State Development Corporation
FHP ..................................................................................................................... Family Health Plus
FMAP...................................................................................Federal Medical Assistance Percentage
F-SHRP ............................................................................. Federal-State Health Reform Partnership
FY .................................................................................................................................. Fiscal Year
GAAP............................................................................. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
GASB ........................................................................... Governmental Accounting Standards Board
GASB 45 ................................................ Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement 45
GEA ..................................................................................................... Gap Elimination Adjustment
GDP ............................................................................................................ Gross Domestic Product
GOER............................................................................... Governor's Office of Employee Relations
GPHW ................................................................................................... General Public Health Work
GSCs .............................................................................................................. General State Charges
GSEU ........................................................................................ Graduate Student Employees Union
HCRA ......................................................................................................... Health Care Reform Act
HEAL NY .....................................Health Care Efficiency and Affordability Law for New Yorkers
HESC .................................................................................. Higher Education Services Corporation
LGU .......................................................................................................... Local Governmental Unit
MCFFA ...........................................................................Medical Care Facilities Financing Agency
MTA..................................................................................... Metropolitan Transportation Authority

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NYS-CARES ............................................... New York State - Creating Alternatives in Residential
Environments and Services
NYSCOPBA ................................................................... New York State Correctional Officers and
Police Benevolent Association
NYSPBA .................................................................New York State Police Benevolent Association
OASAS .......................................................... Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services
OCA ................................................................................................. Office of Court Administration
OCFS .................................................................................. Office of Children and Family Services
OGS .........................................................................................................Office of General Services
OMB ...........................................................................................Office of Management and Budget
OMH ............................................................................................................ Office of Mental Health
OPEB ............................................................................................ Other Post-Employment Benefits
OPWDD ............................................................. Office for People with Developmental Disabilities
OSC .................................................................................................. Office of the State Comptroller
OTB .......................................................................................................................Off Track Betting
OTDA ..................................................................... Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance
PAYGO .................................................................................................................... Pay-As-You-Go
PEF ..................................................................................................... Public Employees Federation
PFRS ...........................................................................................Police and Fire Retirement System
PIT .................................................................................................................. Personal Income Tax
RBTF ......................................................................................................... Revenue Bond Tax Fund
SAGE ................................................................ Spending and Government Efficiency Commission
SFS ........................................................................................................ Statewide Financial System
SOFA ...................................................................................... New York State Office for the Aging
SSI ................................................................................................... Supplemental Security Income
STAR .................................................................................................................... School Tax Relief
STIP ......................................................................................................Short-Term Investment Pool
SUNY................................................................................................. State University of New York
SY ................................................................................................................................ School Year
TA ..................................................................................................................... Thruway Authority
TANF ..............................................................................Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
TAP ........................................................................................................Tuition Assistance Program
UPL .................................................................................................................Ultra Petroleum Corp.
UUP ................................................................................................... United University Professions
VLT .............................................................................................................. Video Lottery Terminal

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NOTES

FINANCIAL PLAN TABLES AND
ACCOMPANYING NOTES
The notes to the Financial Plan tables herein should be read in conjunction with the tables
that follow.

NOTE 1 — BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
Pursuant to law, all Financial Plan tables presented herein are prepared on the cash basis of
accounting, unless otherwise noted. Under the cash basis of accounting, revenues are recognized
when received, and spending is recorded when cash is disbursed.

NOTE 2 — FUND TYPES AND PERSPECTIVES
The State records its transactions in the following fund types:
Governmental Funds
General Fund - This is the major operating fund of the State. It receives all State income not
earmarked for a particular program or activity and not specified by law to be deposited in another
fund. State income for Financial Plan purposes consists of moneys (taxes, fees, and
miscellaneous receipts including certain repayments of State advances) deposited to the credit of
the General Fund during the fiscal year and transfers from other funds from current revenues.
Special Revenue - These funds account for State receipts from specific revenue sources and are
legally restricted to disbursement for specified purposes. This governmental fund type is divided
into two classifications: (1) State Special Revenue Funds and (2) Federal Special Revenue
Funds. An example of a State Special Revenue Fund is the Conservation Fund which finances a
number of State environmental programs. An example of a Federal Special Revenue Fund is the
Health and Human Services Fund. Although any earmarked revenue fund is treated as a Special
Revenue Fund for cash-basis budgeting and reporting purposes, some are combined with the
General Fund for purposes of reporting on the basis of GAAP.
Debt Service - All tax-financed State debt service on long-term debt and payments on certain
lease-purchase or other contractual obligations are paid from Debt Service funds. These account
for the accumulation of money for, and the payment of principal and interest on, general longterm debt. Lease-purchase payments for State University, Health and Mental Hygiene facilities
under contractual agreements with public authorities are also paid from funds classified as Debt
Service funds. Debt service on highway bonds supported by dedicated highway revenues is also
reflected in this fund type. Sources of revenue for this fund type include transfers from the
General Fund, dedicated taxes, and other revenues.

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Capital Projects - These funds finance a variety of capital construction costs including:
(1) planning, land acquisition, design, construction, construction management and supervision,
and equipment costs; (2) highway, parkway and rail preservation projects; outdoor recreation and
environmental conservation projects, and buildings and other capital facilities required by
various State departments and agencies; (3) payments to local governments to help finance their
capital programs, including highway, parkway, bridge, mass transportation, aviation, economic
development, port development, community college, community and State mental health,
outdoor recreation, State-assisted housing, and environmental quality; and (4) advances for
capital construction costs reimbursable by public authorities, instrumentalities of the State, the
Federal government or local governments. Sources of revenue for this fund type include
transfers from other State funds including the General Fund, dedicated taxes and other revenues,
reimbursement of advances, bond proceeds, and Federal capital grants.
State Operating Funds
The State Funds operating budget comprises the General Fund and other State-supported
activities financed by dedicated revenues in State Special Revenue funds, as well as Debt Service
funds accounting for the payment of debt service on all tax-financed State long-term debt. All
capital spending, regardless of financing source, is included in the Capital budget.
Proprietary Funds
Internal Service Funds - Account for the financing of goods or services supplied by one State
agency to other State agencies or governmental units on a cost-reimbursement basis.
Enterprise Funds - Account for operations that are similar to private business enterprises.
The Internal Service funds and Enterprise funds are treated as Proprietary funds for cash-basis
budgeting and reporting purposes, and are combined with the General Fund for purposes of
reporting on a GAAP basis.
Fiduciary Funds
Private-Purpose Trust Funds - Accounts for all trust arrangements under which principal and
income benefit individuals, private organizations, or other governments.
Pension Trust Fund - Accounts for the cash-basis results of operations for the administrative
portion of the State’s Common Retirement Fund. It does not reflect investment activity, balances,
or other assets available to this Fund. In addition, pension contributions and payments to retirees
are excluded since these payments are not required to be appropriated.
Agency Funds - Accounts for funds held by the State in a purely custodial capacity. Cash is held
temporarily until disbursements are made to individuals, private organizations, or other
governments.

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NOTE 3 — DISBURSEMENT DESCRIPTIONS
The State’s Financial Plan and reporting includes only those payments made pursuant to an
appropriation and paid from funds available in the State Treasury. All State spending is
classified in one of the following categories:
Local Assistance Grants - Include payments to counties, cities, towns, villages, school districts
and other local entities, as well as certain financial assistance to, or on behalf of, individuals and
nonprofit organizations.
Personal Service - Includes the payment of salaries and compensation for State employees.
Non-Personal Service - Includes payments for miscellaneous contractual obligations, supplies
and materials, travel, rentals and repairs, utilities, postage and shipping, printing, telephone, and
other operating costs.
General State Charges - Include costs mandated by statute, collective bargaining agreements or
court order. Charges in this category can be further subdivided into the following:
Fringe Benefits: Contributions to pension systems, the employer’s share of Social Security
contributions, employer contributions toward the cost of health insurance, workers
compensation and unemployment insurance, and contributions to union employee benefit
funds which provide vision care and other services.
Fixed Costs: For State payments in lieu of taxes, as well as payments for local assessments
on State-owned land, judgments against the State pursuant to the Court of Claims Act,
defense(s) by private counsel or alternatively payments on behalf of State officers and
employees in civil judicial proceedings.
Debt Service - Include payments made for tax-financed State debt service on long-term debt;
contractual-obligation and lease-purchase arrangements with several public authorities and
municipalities; and lease-purchase payments for State University, Health, and Mental Hygiene
facilities.
Capital Projects - Include payments made for the acquisition or construction of the State’s
capital facilities. Included in this category are planning, land acquisition, design, construction,
engineering services, and equipment costs attributable to highway, parkway and rail preservation
projects; outdoor recreation and environmental conservation projects; payments to local
government units and public authorities to help finance highways, parkways, bridges, mass
transportation, aviation, economic development, port development, community colleges,
community and State mental hygiene buildings, outdoor recreational parks, correctional and
State-assisted housing as well as environmental quality projects. Advances are made for capital
construction costs reimbursable by public authorities, the Federal or local governments, or from
the proceeds of State bond and note sales.

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Bond Proceeds - Includes the proceeds of general obligation bonds and short-term notes issued
in the form of commercial paper or BANs and are stated net of notes redeemed from the
proceeds of permanent bonds or reissued notes.
Operating Transfers - Constitutes legally authorized transfers from a fund receiving revenues,
to a fund through which disbursements will ultimately be made.

NOTE 4 — RESERVATIONS OF GENERAL FUND BALANCE
Fund balance may be legally segregated for specific future use or set aside informally for
specified purposes. The following terms are used in the reporting of reservations of General
Fund Balance:
Tax Stabilization Reserve Fund - Created pursuant to law in order to provide a reserve to
finance a cash-basis operating deficit in the General Fund at the end of the fiscal year, and to
make temporary loans to the General Fund during the year. Annual deposits may not exceed 0.2
percent of General Fund spending and the balance may not exceed 2.0 percent of General Fund
spending. These amounts may be borrowed by the General Fund temporarily and repaid within
the same fiscal year. They may also be borrowed to cover an operating deficit at year end, but
these loans must be repaid within six years in no less than three annual installments.
Rainy Day Reserve Fund - Created pursuant to law, to account for funds set aside for use
during economic downturns or in response to a catastrophic event, as defined in the law. The
economic downturn clause is triggered after five consecutive months of decline in the State's
composite index of business cycle indicators. The reserve may have a maximum balance equal to
three percent of projected General Fund spending during the fiscal year immediately following
the then-current fiscal year.
Contingency Reserve Fund - Created pursuant to law to provide a reserve to fund extraordinary
needs arising from litigation against the State. These amounts may be used for payment of
judgments against the State where the amount is in excess of $25 million and such payments are
not previously appropriated, or emergency payments relating to natural or physical disasters, or
to make payments for the enhancement of the State's economy.
Community Projects Fund - Created pursuant to law to finance discretionary, usually local,
projects ("member items") sponsored by individual legislators and the Governor. The Enacted
State Budget typically includes lump sum appropriations for the Governor, Senate and the
Assembly, to be designated for various grants, awards and contracts with local governments, notfor-profit organizations and community groups. During the fiscal year, each party may allocate
their respective appropriations, by grant amount, to the intended recipient organizations.

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Undesignated Fund Balance - From time to time, DOB will informally designate unrestricted
balances in the General Fund for specific policy goals. These amounts are typically identified
with the phrase “reserved for.”

NOTE 5 — SPENDING ADJUSTMENTS
Certain Special Revenue accounts formerly reported in the Financial Plan as Federal Operating
Funds have been reclassified to State Operating Funds. The State changed this reporting with the
FY 2012 Executive Budget. This change has the effect of increasing the reported disbursements
from State Operating Funds, and reducing reported disbursements from Federal Operating Funds
by an equal amount. Accordingly, there is no impact on the State's reported All Governmental
Funds spending totals.
For purposes of comparability, the impact of the reclassification on historical results is
summarized in the following table.
STATE OPERATING FUNDS AS RESTATED
(millions of dollars)
Before
Reporting
1
Restatement
Adjustment
FY 2006
FY 2007
FY 2008
FY 2009
FY 2010
FY 2011
1

66,240
73,476
76,989
78,166
76,873
80,491

3,065
3,031
3,029
3,459
3,786
3,926

Restated
69,305
76,507
80,018
81,625
80,659
84,417

DOB has reclassified certain special revenue accounts from
Federal Operating Funds to State Operating Funds to be
consistent w ith the methodology used by the Office of the
State Comptroller.

NOTE 6 — ITEMS AFFECTING FY 2011 TO FY 2012 COMPARABILITY
School Aid Payment - The end-of-year school aid payment ($2.06 billion) scheduled for the last
quarter of FY 2010 was paid in the first quarter of FY 2011, as authorized in statute. This was
done to shift the FY 2010 budget shortfall into FY 2011.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - On February 17, 2009, President Obama
signed into law ARRA of 2009. This Act contains provisions for direct Federal aid for fiscal
relief, consisting of increases in the Federal matching rate for eligible State Medicaid
expenditures, and funds provided through the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund to restore proposed
reductions in education, higher education, and to maintain essential government services.

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Pension Amortization - The Financial Plan projections assume that the State will amortize
pension costs above a percentage of payroll, as authorized by legislation enacted in FY 2011.
The percentage of payroll above which costs may be amortized for ERS increases annually as
follows: 9.5 percent in FY 2011; 10.5 percent in FY 2012; 11.5 percent in FY 2013; 12.5 percent
in FY 2014; 13.5 percent in FY 2015, and 14.5 percent in FY 2016; and the amortization levels
for PFRS are as follows: 17.5 percent in FY 2011; 18.5 percent in FY 2012; 19.5 percent in FY
2013; 20.5 percent in FY 2014; and 21.5 percent in FY 2016. The amortization reduces the
State’s annual pension contribution in the short term, but results in long-term costs. The amounts
amortized totaled $249 million in FY 2011, and $575 million in FY 2012. The amounts
expected to be amortized are $782 million in FY 2013, $771 million in FY 2014, $916 million in
FY 2015 and $554 million in FY 2016.
Retroactive Labor Settlements - Several unions have not agreed to labor settlements for
contract periods prior to FY 2012. In recent years, the State has included spending in the
Financial Plan for potential settlements, which have not materialized. The Current Financial Plan
costs sets aside a portion of the General Fund balance for this purpose. The amount of the
reserve is calculated on the assumption that the unions that have not agreed to contracts will
receive the same general salary increases as the unions with ratified contracts.
Mergers - Consistent with the FY 2012 Enacted Budget, State agency mergers have been
reflected in the Financial Plan tables that follow. As such, spending for FY 2011 has been
reflected in the former agencies, while projections for FY 2012 and forward reflect the impact of
the agency merger. These mergers include:


Division of Parole merged with the Department of Correctional Services to become the
new Department of Corrections and Community Supervision;
Consumer Protection Board merged into Department of State; and
Foundation for Science, Innovation & Technology merged into the Department of
Economic Development

The Banking and Insurance Departments have been merged to create a new agency known as the
Department of Financial Services. For reporting purposes, DOB assigned FY 2011 spending
from these departments to the Department of Financial Services. Reductions in spending for the
Department of Financial Services reflect the projected impact of cost control and efficiency
actions contemplated by the merger of the Insurance and Banking departments.

NOTE 7 — OFF-BUDGET TRANSACTIONS
Represent certain capital spending that is not reported in cash spending results, but is reported in
the State's GAAP Financial Statements. This spending is related to programs which are financed
directly from bond proceeds that are on deposit at various public authorities, rather than from a
short-term STIP or cash from the General Fund.

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NOTE 8 — GENERAL FUND/HCRA COMBINED GAP
The current HCRA authorization expires on March 31, 2014. HCRA is projected to remain
balanced through FY 2016. However, any unaddressed shortfall would need to be financed by
the General Fund.

NOTE 9 — METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FUND
The Metropolitan Commuter Transportation Mobility Tax (Mobility Tax) is imposed on certain
employers and self-employed individuals engaging in business within the metropolitan
commuter transportation district. This revenue source is collected by the State on behalf of, and
disbursed in its entirety to, the MTA. Due to requirements of the enabling legislation, the tax is
reflected in the State's Special Revenue Funds, increasing both receipts and disbursements by a
$1.7 billion in FY 2011, growing to an estimated $2.0 billion in FY 2015.

NOTE 10 — CHANGES TO THE MEDICAID PROGRAM
Since January 2006, the State has paid the entire non-Federal share of the FHP program and any
annual Medicaid increases above a fixed level that would have otherwise been paid for by Local
Social Services Districts. The FY 2013 Enacted Budget amends these statutory indexing
provisions by implementing a phased-in plan to takeover over the Local Social Services Districts
share of all growth above the previous year’s enacted levels beginning in FY 2013 for County
Year 2013, with the State assuming all growth in County Year 2015.

NOTE 11 — STATEWIDE CASH FLOW ADMINISTRATION
OSC invests General Fund moneys, bond proceeds, and other funds not immediately required to
make payments through STIP, which is comprised of joint custody funds (Governmental Funds,
Internal Service Funds, Enterprise Funds and Private Purpose Trust Funds), as well as several
sole custody funds including the Tobacco Settlement Fund.
OSC is authorized to make short-term loans from STIP to cover temporary cash shortfalls in
certain funds and accounts, including the General Fund, resulting from the timing of receipts and
disbursements. The Legislature authorizes the funds and accounts that may receive loans each
year, based on legislation submitted with the Executive Budget. Loans may be granted only for
amounts that the Director of the Budget certifies are “receivable on account” or can be repaid
from the current operating receipts of the fund (i.e., loans cannot be granted in expectation of
future revenue enhancements).

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NOTE 12 — OUTSTANDING TEMPORARY LOANS SUMMARY
The total outstanding loan balance as of March 31, 2012 was $1.8 billion, comprised of advances
for bond-reimbursable capital spending pending the receipt of bond proceeds ($931 million),
activities that are financed initially by the State pending Federal receipt ($342 million), State
Special Revenue Funds ($455 million), and Proprietary Funds ($37 million).
The total loan balance typically increases throughout the State fiscal year, reaching its peak
between the second and third quarters. The spike mainly reflects the payment of lottery aid for
education, which is financed in large part by a loan that is repaid over the course of the year as
lottery revenues are received.

NOTE 13 — STATE FUNDING OF SUNY OPERATING SUPPORT
As part of the FY 2013 Budget, the State changed the process through which SUNY receives the
State share of its operating support, from direct General Fund spending, to General Fund
transfers. SUNY’s special revenue tuition offset account, which has traditionally been used to
offset the State’s direct General Fund spending for SUNY operations, will reflect all spending
for the university operations, starting with the new academic year that begins in July 2012. All
General Fund support for SUNY operations will be transferred by the General Fund to this
special revenue account, supplementing tuition revenue also being received by this account, and
from which all university operations will be funded. The change to General Fund financial plan
categories is illustrated in the multi-year table below.
SUNY STATE OPERATIONS - GENERAL FUND STATE SUPPORT RE-CATEGORIZATION
(millions of dollars)

Gross Personal Service
Offset Personal Service (From 345.12)
Net Personal Service
Gross Non-Personal Service
Offset Non-Personal Service (From 345.12)
Net Non-Personal Service
General Fund Transfers to SUNY
Tuition Revenue Account (345.12)
Total General Fund Operating Support
Including Transfers

FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Enacted

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

1,960
(1,200)
760

1,929
(1,226)
703

560
(13)
547

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

388
(119)
269

366
(126)
240

139
(3)
136

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0

0

340

982

1,001

1,021

1,029

943

1,023

982

1,001

1,021

90

FINANCIAL PLAN TABLES
General Fund – Total Budget
Financial Plan Projections FY 2013 through FY 2016 ................................................ T-1
Financial Plan, Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ......................................... T-2
Update of FY 2013 ....................................................................................................... T-3
Update of FY 2014 ....................................................................................................... T-4
Update of FY 2015 ....................................................................................................... T-5
Update of FY 2016 ....................................................................................................... T-6
General Fund – Revenue Detail (Excluding Transfers)
Financial Plan Projections FY 2013 through FY 2016 ................................................ T-7
Financial Plan, Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ......................................... T-8
State Operating Funds Budget
FY 2013 ........................................................................................................................ T-9
FY 2014 ...................................................................................................................... T-10
FY 2015 ...................................................................................................................... T-11
FY 2016 ...................................................................................................................... T-12
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-13
All Governmental Funds – Total Budget
FY 2013 ...................................................................................................................... T-14
FY 2014 ...................................................................................................................... T-15
FY 2015 ...................................................................................................................... T-16
FY 2016 ...................................................................................................................... T-17
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-18
All Governmental Funds – Revenue Detail
FY 2013 ...................................................................................................................... T-19
FY 2014 ...................................................................................................................... T-20
FY 2015 ...................................................................................................................... T-21
FY 2016 ...................................................................................................................... T-22
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-23
Special Revenue Funds - State and Federal Funds
FY 2013 ...................................................................................................................... T-24
FY 2014 ...................................................................................................................... T-25
FY 2015 ...................................................................................................................... T-26
FY 2016 ...................................................................................................................... T-27
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-28
Receipts Detail, FY 2013 through FY 2016 ............................................................... T-29
Receipts Detail, Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ..................................... T-30
Capital Budget - State and Federal Funds
FY 2013 ...................................................................................................................... T-31
FY 2014 ...................................................................................................................... T-32
FY 2015 ...................................................................................................................... T-33
FY 2016 ...................................................................................................................... T-34
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-35
Receipts Detail, FY 2013 through FY 2016 ............................................................... T-36

Receipts Detail, Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ..................................... T-37
Off Budget Capital Spending, FY 2012 through FY 2016 ........................................ T-38
Debt Service Funds – Receipts Detail
Projections FY 2013 through FY 2016 ...................................................................... T-39
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-40
State Funds – Total Budget
FY 2013 ...................................................................................................................... T-41
FY 2014 ...................................................................................................................... T-42
FY 2015 ...................................................................................................................... T-43
FY 2016 ...................................................................................................................... T-44
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-45
Cash Flow – FY 2013 Monthly Projections
General Fund .............................................................................................................. T-46
State Operating Funds ................................................................................................ T-47
Capital Projects Funds - Total .................................................................................... T-48
Capital Projects Funds - State .................................................................................... T-49
Capital Projects Funds - Federal ................................................................................ T-50
Special Revenue Funds - Total................................................................................... T-51
Special Revenue Funds - State ................................................................................... T-52
Special Revenue Funds - Federal ............................................................................... T-53
Debt Service Funds .................................................................................................... T-54
All Governmental Funds ............................................................................................ T-55
State Funds ................................................................................................................. T-56
Health Care Reform Act Resources Fund
Projections FY 2013 through FY 2016 ...................................................................... T-57
Update FY 2013 (Change from Enacted) ................................................................... T-58
Annual Change from FY 2012 to FY 2013 ................................................................ T-59
FY 2013 Monthly Cash Flow Projections .................................................................. T-60
Proprietary and Fiduciary Funds (Projections FY 2013 through FY 2016) .......... T-61
Spending Detail by Agency (FY 2011 through FY 2016)
General Fund – Total (Agency Detail Excluding Transfers) ..................................... T-62
General Fund – Total.................................................................................................. T-68
General Fund – Local Assistance ............................................................................... T-70
General Fund – State Operations ............................................................................... T-72
General Fund – Personal Service ............................................................................... T-74
General Fund – Non-personal Service ....................................................................... T-76
General Fund – General State Charges ...................................................................... T-78
State Operating Funds – Total (Agency Detail) ......................................................... T-79
State Operating Funds – Total .................................................................................... T-87
State Operating Funds – Local Assistance ................................................................. T-89
State Operating Funds – State Operations.................................................................. T-91
State Operating Funds – Personal Service ................................................................. T-93
State Operating Funds – Non-personal Service ......................................................... T-95
State Operating Funds – General State Charges ........................................................ T-97

State Operating Funds – Capital Projects ................................................................... T-99
Capital Projects Funds – Total ................................................................................. T-100
All Governmental Funds – Total (Agency Detail) ................................................... T-102
All Governmental Funds – Total .............................................................................. T-111
All Governmental Funds – Local Assistance ........................................................... T-114
All Governmental Funds – State Operations............................................................ T-116
All Governmental Funds – Personal Service ........................................................... T-118
All Governmental Funds – Non-personal Service ................................................... T-120
All Governmental Funds – General State Charges .................................................. T-122
All Governmental Funds – Capital Projects ............................................................. T-124
State Funds – Total ................................................................................................... T-126
State Funds – Local Assistance ................................................................................ T-128
State Funds – State Operations................................................................................. T-130
State Funds – Personal Service ................................................................................ T-132
State Funds – Non-personal Service ........................................................................ T-134
State Funds – General State Charges ....................................................................... T-136
State Funds – Capital Projects .................................................................................. T-138
Special Revenue State Funds – Local Assistance .................................................... T-140
Special Revenue State Funds – Personal Service..................................................... T-142
Special Revenue State Funds – Non-personal Service............................................. T-144
Special Revenue State Funds – General State Charges............................................ T-146
Special Revenue Federal Funds – Local Assistance ................................................ T-148
Special Revenue Federal Funds – Personal Service................................................. T-149
Special Revenue Federal Funds – Non-personal Service......................................... T-151
Special Revenue Federal Funds – General State Charges........................................ T-153
General Fund Transfers (FY 2012 through FY 2016)
General Fund Transfers from Other Funds .............................................................. T-155
General Fund Transfers to Other Funds ................................................................... T-157
FY 2013 Cash Basis Combining Statement
General Fund ............................................................................................................ T-158
Special Revenue Funds ............................................................................................ T-159
Special Revenue Other Funds Detail by Account .................................................... T-162
Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund (339) Detail by Account .............................. T-166
Capital Projects Funds .............................................................................................. T-172
Debt Service Funds .................................................................................................. T-174
Internal Services ....................................................................................................... T-175
Enterprise ................................................................................................................. T-176
Financial Plan Table Appendices
List of Joint Custody Funds ..................................................................................... T-177
State Fund Structure ................................................................................................. T-182

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL FUND
FY 2013 through FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

FY 2013
Projected

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

Receipts:
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Transfers from Other Funds:
PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in Excess of LGAC Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other Transfers
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-personal Service
General State Charges
Transfers to Other Funds:
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Disbursements
Reserves:
Community Projects Fund
Rainy Day Reserve Fund
Undesignated Fund Balance
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

26,916
9,196
6,035
1,146
3,354
60

28,920
9,570
6,208
1,139
2,879
2

29,613
9,986
5,686
1,224
2,297
0

30,614
10,351
6,237
1,224
2,389
0

8,250
2,430
469
1,039
58,895

8,798
2,560
525
866
61,467

8,948
2,689
601
774
61,818

9,127
2,816
676
764
64,198

39,668

41,871

43,225

45,489

6,170
1,835
4,499

5,487
1,630
4,889

5,632
1,771
5,235

5,915
1,821
5,527

1,564
1,055
2,975
340
1,102
59,208

1,617
1,287
2,767
983
2,001
62,532

1,514
1,403
2,621
1,002
2,995
65,398

1,488
1,299
2,521
1,022
3,472
68,554

0
0
0
10
10

0
0
0
14
14

(45)
0
(62)
(206)
(313)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over Disbursements and
Reserves

0

T-1

(57)
0
0
(26)
(83)

(982)

(3,590)

(4,370)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL FUND
ANNUAL CHANGE
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results
Opening Fund Balance
Receipts:
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Transfers from Other Funds:
PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in Excess of LGAC Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other Transfers
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Transfers to Other Funds:
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over
Disbursements and Reserves

Statutory Reserves
Tax Stabilization Reserve Fund
Rainy Day Reserve Fund
Contingency Reserve Fund
Community Projects Fund
Reserved For
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Undesignated Fund Balance

T-2

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

1,376

1,787

411

29.9%

25,843
9,055
5,760
1,096
3,162
60

26,916
9,196
6,035
1,146
3,354
60

1,073
141
275
50
192
0

4.2%
1.6%
4.8%
4.6%
6.1%
0.0%

8,097
2,396
387
1,044
56,900

8,250
2,430
469
1,039
58,895

153
34
82
(5)
1,995

1.9%
1.4%
21.2%
-0.5%
3.5%

38,419

39,668

1,249

3.3%

5,781
1,713
4,720

6,170
1,835
4,499

1,516
798
2,722
0
820
56,489

1,564
1,055
2,975
340
1,102
59,208

411

Closing Fund Balance

FY 2013
Projected

(313)

389
122
(221)
48
257
253
340
282
2,719

6.7%
7.1%
-4.7%
3.2%
32.2%
9.3%
-34.4%
4.8%

(724)

-176.2%
-17.5%

1,787

1,474

(313)

1,131
175
21
102

1,131
175
21
57

0
0
0
(45)

283
75

77
13

(206)
(62)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL FUND
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

Enacted
Receipts:
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Transfers from Other Funds:
PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in Excess of LGAC Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Transfers to Other Funds:
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Disbursements
Reserves:
Community Projects Fund
Rainy Day Reserve Fund
Undesignated Fund Balance
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

26,916
9,271
6,038
1,144
3,229
60

0
(75)
(3)
2
125
0

26,916
9,196
6,035
1,146
3,354
60

8,272
2,456
444
1,070
58,900

(22)
(26)
25
(31)
(5)

8,250
2,430
469
1,039
58,895

39,645

23

39,668

5,892
1,844
4,403

278
(9)
96

6,170
1,835
4,499

1,580
1,055
2,978
340
1,131
58,868

(16)
0
(3)
0
(29)
340

1,564
1,055
2,975
340
1,102
59,208

(45)
0
(62)
139
32

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over
Disbursements and Reserves

0

T-3

First
Quarter

Change

0
0
0
(345)
(345)

0

(45)
0
(62)
(206)
(313)

0

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL FUND
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

Enacted
Receipts:
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Transfers from Other Funds:
PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in Excess of LGAC Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Transfers to Other Funds:
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Disbursements
Reserves:
Community Projects Fund
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over
Disbursements and Reserves

T-4

First
Quarter

Change

28,920
9,626
6,208
1,137
2,829
2

0
(56)
0
2
50
0

28,920
9,570
6,208
1,139
2,879
2

8,842
2,579
500
862
61,505

(44)
(19)
25
4
(38)

8,798
2,560
525
866
61,467

41,872

(1)

41,871

5,370
1,637
4,834

117
(7)
55

5,487
1,630
4,889

1,653
1,293
2,772
982
1,980
62,393

(36)
(6)
(5)
1
21
139

1,617
1,287
2,767
983
2,001
62,532

(56)
118
62

(1)
(144)
(145)

(57)
(26)
(83)

(950)

(32)

(982)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL FUND
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)

Enacted
Receipts:
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Transfers from Other Funds:
PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in Excess of LGAC Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Transfers to Other Funds:
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Disbursements
Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over
Disbursements and Reserves

29,612
10,042
5,713
1,222
2,297

1
(56)
(27)
2
0

29,613
9,986
5,686
1,224
2,297

8,981
2,706
576
770
61,919

(33)
(17)
25
4
(101)

8,948
2,689
601
774
61,818

43,227

(2)

43,225

5,496
1,722
5,179

136
49
56

5,632
1,771
5,235

1,585
1,408
2,626
1,001
2,972
65,216

(71)
(5)
(5)
1
23
182

1,514
1,403
2,621
1,002
2,995
65,398

118
118

(108)
(108)

10
10

(3,415)

T-5

First
Quarter

Change

(175)

(3,590)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL FUND
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

Enacted
Receipts:
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Transfers from Other Funds:
PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in Excess of LGAC Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Transfers to Other Funds:
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Disbursements
Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over
Disbursements and Reserves

30,614
10,406
6,291
1,222
2,389

0
(55)
(54)
2
0

30,614
10,351
6,237
1,224
2,389

9,195
2,832
651
760
64,360

(68)
(16)
25
4
(162)

9,127
2,816
676
764
64,198

45,490

(1)

45,489

5,753
1,806
5,470

162
15
57

5,915
1,821
5,527

1,559
1,301
2,526
1,021
3,446
68,372

(71)
(2)
(5)
1
26
182

1,488
1,299
2,521
1,022
3,472
68,554

118
118

(104)
(104)

14
14

(4,130)

T-6

First
Quarter

Change

(240)

(4,370)

CASH RECEIPTS
CURRENT STATE RECEIPTS
GENERAL FUND
FY 2013 THROUGH FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

FY 2013
Projected

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

32,173
11,752
2,153
1,174
47,252
(198)
(6,798)
40,256
(3,276)
(10,064)
26,916

34,342
12,563
2,266
1,183
50,354
(198)
(6,984)
43,172
(3,459)
(10,793)
28,920

35,557
13,477
2,151
1,236
52,421
(148)
(7,933)
44,340
(3,642)
(11,085)
29,613

37,647
13,360
2,251
1,286
54,544
(148)
(8,585)
45,811
(3,744)
(11,453)
30,614

11,310
469
0
244
0
0
0
12,023
(2,827)
9,196

11,816
462
0
245
0
0
0
12,523
(2,953)
9,570

12,374
455
0
250
0
0
0
13,079
(3,093)
9,986

12,871
447
0
250
0
0
0
13,568
(3,217)
10,351

Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax
Business Taxes

2,737
684
1,322
1,292
0
6,035

2,931
662
1,373
1,242
0
6,208

2,255
712
1,416
1,303
0
5,686

2,628
732
1,498
1,379
0
6,237

Estate Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
Other Taxes
Gross Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax (Dedicated)
Other Taxes

1,127
685
0
0
18
1
1,831
(685)
1,146

1,120
735
0
0
18
1
1,874
(735)
1,139

1,205
805
0
0
18
1
2,029
(805)
1,224

1,205
880
0
0
18
1
2,104
(880)
1,224

Taxes:
Withholdings
Estimated Payments
Final Payments
Other Payments
Gross Collections
State/City Offset
Refunds
Reported Tax Collections
STAR (Dedicated Deposits)
RBTF (Dedicated Transfers)
Personal Income Tax
Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge
Gross Utility Taxes and Fees
LGAC Sales Tax (Dedicated Transfers)
User Taxes and Fees

Payroll Tax

0

0

0

0

Total Taxes

43,293

45,837

46,509

48,426

678
785
99
51
312
10
1,419
3,354

689
670
26
50
312
30
1,102
2,879

621
655
26
50
262
30
653
2,297

612
655
26
50
262
30
754
2,389

60

2

0

0

46,707

48,718

48,806

50,815

Licenses, Fees, Etc.
Abandoned Property
Motor Vehicle Fees
ABC License Fee
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Total

T-7

CURRENT STATE RECEIPTS
GENERAL FUND
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

31,199
11,628
2,116
1,087
46,030
(366)
(6,897)
38,767
(3,233)
(9,691)
25,843

32,173
11,752
2,153
1,174
47,252
(198)
(6,798)
40,256
(3,276)
(10,064)
26,916

974
124
37
87
1,222
168
99
1,489
(43)
(373)
1,073

3.1%
1.1%
1.7%
8.0%
2.7%
-45.9%
-1.4%
3.8%
1.3%
3.8%
4.2%

11,126
471
0
238
0
0
0
11,835
(2,780)
9,055

11,310
469
0
244
0
0
0
12,023
(2,827)
9,196

184
(2)
0
6
0
0
0
188
(47)
141

1.7%
-0.4%
0
2.5%
---1.6%
1.7%
1.6%

Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax
Business Taxes

2,724
617
1,257
1,161
1
5,760

2,737
684
1,322
1,292
0
6,035

13
67
65
131
(1)
275

0.5%
10.9%
5.2%
11.3%
-100.0%
4.8%

Estate Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
Other Taxes
Gross Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax (Dedicated)
Other Taxes

1,078
610
0
0
17
1
1,706
(610)
1,096

1,127
685
0
0
18
1
1,831
(685)
1,146

49
75
0
0
1
0
125
(75)
50

4.5%
12.3%
--5.9%
0.0%
7.3%
12.3%
4.6%

Taxes:
Withholdings
Estimated Payments
Final Payments
Other Payments
Gross Collections
State/City Offset
Refunds
Reported Tax Collections
STAR (Dedicated Deposits)
RBTF (Dedicated Transfers)
Personal Income Tax
Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge
Gross Utility Taxes and Fees
LGAC Sales Tax (Dedicated Transfers)
User Taxes and Fees

Payroll Tax

0

0

0

--

Total Taxes

41,754

43,293

1,539

3.7%

654
762
111
59
234
5
1,337
3,162

678
785
99
51
312
10
1,419
3,354

60

60

0

0.0%

44,976

46,707

1,731

3.8%

Licenses, Fees, Etc.
Abandoned Property
Motor Vehicle Fees
ABC License Fee
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Total

T-8

24
23
(12)
(8)
78
5
82
192

3.7%
3.0%
-10.8%
-13.6%
33.3%
100.0%
6.1%
6.1%

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE OPERATING FUNDS BUDGET
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Operating
Funds
Total

Opening Fund Balance

1,787

1,632

428

3,847

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

43,293
3,354
60
46,707

8,156
15,733
1
23,890

13,457
996
79
14,532

64,906
20,083
140
85,129

39,668

19,139

0

58,807

6,170
1,835
4,499
0
0
52,172

6,300
3,613
2,032
0
5
31,089

0
47
0
6,100
0
6,147

12,470
5,495
6,531
6,100
5
89,408

6,305
(14,586)
0
(8,281)

26,197
(22,070)
0
4,127

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

12,188
(7,036)
0
5,152

(313)
1,474

T-9

7,704
(448)
0
7,256

57

104

1,689

532

(152)
3,695

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE OPERATING FUNDS BUDGET
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

General
Fund

Debt
Service
Funds

45,837
2,879
2
48,718

8,445
16,352
1
24,798

14,362
1,043
79
15,484

68,644
20,274
82
89,000

41,871

20,013

0

61,884

5,487
1,630
4,889
0
0
53,877

7,007
3,889
2,173
0
5
33,087

0
47
0
6,415
0
6,462

12,494
5,566
7,062
6,415
5
93,426

6,160
(15,069)
0
(8,909)

27,656
(23,974)
0
3,682

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

12,749
(8,655)
0
4,094

8,747
(250)
0
8,497

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses

(1,065)

208

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Community Projects Fund
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

(57)
(26)
(83)

Net General Fund Deficit

(982)

T-10

State
Operating
Funds
Total

Special
Revenue
Funds

113

(744)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE OPERATING FUNDS BUDGET
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

State
Operating
Funds
Total

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

46,509
2,297
0
48,806

8,800
16,653
1
25,454

14,864
1,094
79
16,037

70,173
20,044
80
90,297

43,225

20,678

0

63,903

5,632
1,771
5,235
0
0
55,863

7,200
3,907
2,328
0
5
34,118

0
47
0
6,484
0
6,531

12,832
5,725
7,563
6,484
5
96,512

5,623
(14,993)
0
(9,370)

27,757
(24,577)
0
3,180

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

13,012
(9,535)
0
3,477

9,122
(49)
0
9,073

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses

(3,580)

409

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

10
10

Net General Fund Deficit

(3,590)

T-11

136

(3,035)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE OPERATING FUNDS BUDGET
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

State
Operating
Funds
Total

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

48,426
2,389
0
50,815

9,061
16,726
1
25,788

15,431
1,092
79
16,602

72,918
20,207
80
93,205

45,489

20,668

0

66,157

5,915
1,821
5,527
0
0
58,752

7,449
4,009
2,513
0
5
34,644

0
47
0
6,645
0
6,692

13,364
5,877
8,040
6,645
5
100,088

5,369
(15,273)
0
(9,904)

28,274
(25,295)
0
2,979

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

13,383
(9,802)
0
3,581

9,522
(220)
0
9,302

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses

(4,356)

446

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

14
14

Net General Fund Deficit

(4,370)

T-12

6

(3,904)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE OPERATING FUNDS BUDGET
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

3,969

3,847

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

62,960
19,516
140
82,616

64,906
20,083
140
85,129

1,946
567
0
2,513

3.1%
2.9%
0.0%
3.0%

57,267

58,807

1,540

2.7%

12,047
5,404
6,593
5,864
6
87,181

12,470
5,495
6,531
6,100
5
89,408

423
91
(62)
236
(1)
2,227

3.5%
1.7%
-0.9%
4.0%
-16.7%
2.6%

25,510
(21,067)
0
4,443

26,197
(22,070)
0
4,127

687
(1,003)
0
(316)

2.7%
4.8%
--7.1%

(122)

(152)

(30)

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

3,847

T-13

3,695

(122)

(152)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

Special
Revenue
Funds

General
Fund
Opening Fund Balance

1,787

1,594

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

43,293
3,354
60
46,707

8,156
15,919
40,303
64,378

39,668

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

Capital
Projects
Funds

All
Funds
Total

428

3,360

1,401
4,234
2,191
7,826

13,457
996
79
14,532

66,307
24,503
42,633
133,443

53,792

2,104

0

95,564

6,170
1,835
4,499
0
0
52,172

6,945
4,542
2,309
0
5
67,593

0
0
0
0
5,963
8,067

0
47
0
6,100
0
6,147

13,115
6,424
6,808
6,100
5,968
133,979

12,188
(7,036)
0
5,152

7,705
(4,432)
0
3,273

1,328
(1,479)
400
249

6,305
(14,586)
0
(8,281)

27,526
(27,533)
400
393

(313)

58

1,474

1,652

T-14

(449)

Debt
Service
Funds

8
(441)

104
532

(143)
3,217

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

45,837
2,879
2
48,718

8,445
16,538
41,893
66,876

1,421
4,022
2,212
7,655

14,362
1,043
79
15,484

70,065
24,482
44,186
138,733

41,871

56,413

2,107

0

100,391

5,487
1,630
4,889
0
0
53,877

7,622
4,911
2,455
0
5
71,406

0
0
0
0
5,756
7,863

0
47
0
6,415
0
6,462

13,109
6,588
7,344
6,415
5,761
139,608

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

12,749
(8,655)
0
4,094

8,748
(4,009)
0
4,739

1,539
(1,540)
338
337

6,160
(15,069)
0
(8,909)

29,196
(29,273)
338
261

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses

(1,065)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Community Projects Fund
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

(57)
(26)
(83)
(982)

T-15

209

Capital
Projects
Funds

129

Debt
Service
Funds

113

All
Funds
Total

(614)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

46,509
2,297
0
48,806

8,800
16,839
45,205
70,844

1,431
3,800
1,971
7,202

14,864
1,094
79
16,037

71,604
24,030
47,255
142,889

43,225

60,984

1,883

0

106,092

5,632
1,771
5,235
0
0
55,863

7,827
4,888
2,623
0
5
76,327

0
0
0
0
5,573
7,456

0
47
0
6,484
0
6,531

13,459
6,706
7,858
6,484
5,578
146,177

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

13,012
(9,535)
0
3,477

9,123
(3,229)
0
5,894

1,467
(1,522)
306
251

5,623
(14,993)
0
(9,370)

29,225
(29,279)
306
252

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses

(3,580)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

411

10
10
(3,590)

T-16

Capital
Projects
Funds

(3)

Debt
Service
Funds

136

All
Funds
Total

(3,036)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

48,426
2,389
0
50,815

9,061
16,912
47,390
73,363

1,448
3,829
1,656
6,933

15,431
1,092
79
16,602

74,366
24,222
49,125
147,713

45,489

63,544

1,552

0

110,585

5,915
1,821
5,527
0
0
58,752

8,088
4,885
2,821
0
5
79,343

0
0
0
0
5,371
6,923

0
47
0
6,645
0
6,692

14,003
6,753
8,348
6,645
5,376
151,710

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

13,383
(9,802)
0
3,581

9,523
(3,096)
0
6,427

1,363
(1,527)
121
(43)

5,369
(15,273)
0
(9,904)

29,638
(29,698)
121
61

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses

(4,356)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

447

14
14
(4,370)

T-17

Capital
Projects
Funds

(33)

Debt
Service
Funds

6

All
Funds
Total

(3,936)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

3,812

3,360

(452)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

64,297
23,837
44,611
132,745

66,307
24,503
42,633
133,443

2,010
666
(1,978)
698

3.1%
2.8%
-4.4%
0.5%

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

96,481

95,564

(917)

-1.0%

12,680
6,348
6,855
5,864
5,276
133,504

13,115
6,424
6,808
6,100
5,968
133,979

435
76
(47)
236
692
475

3.4%
1.2%
-0.7%
4.0%
13.1%
0.4%

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

26,541
(26,586)
352
307

27,526
(27,533)
400
393

985
(947)
48
86

3.7%
3.6%
13.6%
28.0%

(452)

(143)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

3,360

T-18

3,217

309
(143)

CASH RECEIPTS
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund
Taxes:
Withholdings
Estimated Payments
Final Payments
Other Payments
Gross Collections
State/City Offset
Refunds
Reported Tax Collections
STAR (Dedicated Deposits)
RBTF (Dedicated Transfers)
Personal Income Tax

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

32,173
11,752
2,153
1,174
47,252
(198)
(6,798)
40,256
(3,276)
(10,064)
26,916

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,276
0
3,276

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10,064
10,064

32,173
11,752
2,153
1,174
47,252
(198)
(6,798)
40,256
0
0
40,256

11,310
469
0
244
0
0
0
12,023
(2,827)
9,196

785
1,146
108
0
0
41
89
2,169
0
2,169

0
0
407
0
147
68
0
622
0
622

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,827
2,827

12,095
1,615
515
244
147
109
89
14,814
0
14,814

Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax
Business Taxes

2,737
684
1,322
1,292
0
6,035

435
180
157
242
517
1,531

0
15
0
0
645
660

0
0
0
0
0
0

3,172
879
1,479
1,534
1,162
8,226

Estate Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
Other Taxes
Gross Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax (Dedicated)
Other Taxes

1,127
685
0
0
18
1
1,831
(685)
1,146

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
119
119

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
566
566

1,127
685
0
0
18
1
1,831
0
1,831

Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxe
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge
Gross Utility Taxes and Fees
LGAC Sales Tax (Dedicated Transfers)
User Taxes and Fees

Payroll Tax

0

1,180

0

0

1,180

Total Taxes

43,293

8,156

1,401

13,457

66,307

678
785
99
51
312
10
1,419
3,354

0
0
482
0
0
0
15,437
15,919

0
0
799
0
0
0
3,435
4,234

0
0
0
0
0
0
996
996

678
785
1,380
51
312
10
21,287
24,503

60

40,303

2,191

79

42,633

46,707

64,378

7,826

14,532

133,443

Licenses, Fees, Etc.
Abandoned Property
Motor Vehicle Fees
ABC License Fee
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Total

T-19

CASH RECEIPTS
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund
Taxes:
Withholdings
Estimated Payments
Final Payments
Other Payments
Gross Collections
State/City Offset
Refunds
Reported Tax Collections
STAR (Dedicated Deposits)
RBTF (Dedicated Transfers)
Personal Income Tax

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

34,342
12,563
2,266
1,183
50,354
(198)
(6,984)
43,172
(3,459)
(10,793)
28,920

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,459
0
3,459

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10,793
10,793

34,342
12,563
2,266
1,183
50,354
(198)
(6,984)
43,172
0
0
43,172

11,816
462
0
245
0
0
0
12,523
(2,953)
9,570

819
1,123
109
0
0
43
96
2,190
0
2,190

0
0
407
0
142
72
0
621
0
621

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,953
2,953

12,635
1,585
516
245
142
115
96
15,334
0
15,334

Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax
Business Taxes

2,931
662
1,373
1,242
0
6,208

482
183
166
209
534
1,574

0
15
0
0
666
681

0
0
0
0
0
0

3,413
860
1,539
1,451
1,200
8,463

Estate Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
Other Taxes
Gross Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax (Dedicated)
Other Taxes

1,120
735
0
0
18
1
1,874
(735)
1,139

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
119
119

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
616
616

1,120
735
0
0
18
1
1,874
0
1,874

Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge
Gross Utility Taxes and Fees
LGAC Sales Tax (Dedicated Transfers)
User Taxes and Fees

Payroll Tax

0

1,222

0

0

1,222

Total Taxes

45,837

8,445

1,421

14,362

70,065

689
670
26
50
312
30
1,102
2,879

0
0
481
0
0
0
16,057
16,538

0
0
811
0
0
0
3,211
4,022

0
0
0
0
0
0
1,043
1,043

689
670
1,318
50
312
30
21,413
24,482

2

41,893

2,212

79

44,186

48,718

66,876

7,655

15,484

138,733

Licenses, Fees, Etc.
Abandoned Property
Motor Vehicle Fees
ABC License Fee
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Total

T-20

CASH RECEIPTS
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund
Taxes:
Withholdings
Estimated Payments
Final Payments
Other Payments
Gross Collections
State/City Offset
Refunds
Reported Tax Collections
STAR (Dedicated Deposits)
RBTF (Dedicated Transfers)
Personal Income Tax

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

35,557
13,477
2,151
1,236
52,421
(148)
(7,933)
44,340
(3,642)
(11,085)
29,613

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,642
0
3,642

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11,085
11,085

35,557
13,477
2,151
1,236
52,421
(148)
(7,933)
44,340
0
0
44,340

12,374
455
0
250
0
0
0
13,079
(3,093)
9,986

846
1,101
109
0
0
45
100
2,201
0
2,201

0
0
411
0
144
74
0
629
0
629

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,093
3,093

13,220
1,556
520
250
144
119
100
15,909
0
15,909

Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax
Business Taxes

2,255
712
1,416
1,303
0
5,686

515
185
171
219
538
1,628

0
15
0
0
668
683

0
0
0
0
0
0

2,770
912
1,587
1,522
1,206
7,997

Estate Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
Other Taxes
Gross Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax (Dedicated)
Other Taxes

1,205
805
0
0
18
1
2,029
(805)
1,224

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
119
119

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
686
686

1,205
805
0
0
18
1
2,029
0
2,029

Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge
Gross Utility Taxes and Fees
LGAC Sales Tax (Dedicated Transfers)
User Taxes and Fees

Payroll Tax

0

1,329

0

0

1,329

Total Taxes

46,509

8,800

1,431

14,864

71,604

621
655
26
50
262
30
653
2,297

0
0
481
0
0
0
16,358
16,839

0
0
811
0
0
0
2,989
3,800

0
0
0
0
0
0
1,094
1,094

621
655
1,318
50
262
30
21,094
24,030

0

45,205

1,971

79

47,255

48,806

70,844

7,202

16,037

142,889

Licenses, Fees, Etc.
Abandoned Property
Motor Vehicle Fees
ABC License Fee
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Total

T-21

CASH RECEIPTS
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund
Taxes:
Withholdings
Estimated Payments
Final Payments
Other Payments
Gross Collections
State/City Offset
Refunds
Reported Tax Collections
STAR (Dedicated Deposits)
RBTF (Dedicated Transfers)
Personal Income Tax

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

37,647
13,360
2,251
1,286
54,544
(148)
(8,585)
45,811
(3,744)
(11,453)
30,614

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,744
0
3,744

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11,453
11,453

37,647
13,360
2,251
1,286
54,544
(148)
(8,585)
45,811
0
0
45,811

12,871
447
0
250
0
0
0
13,568
(3,217)
10,351

877
1,079
110
0
0
47
101
2,214
0
2,214

0
0
413
0
152
77
0
642
0
642

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,217
3,217

13,748
1,526
523
250
152
124
101
16,424
0
16,424

Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax
Business Taxes

2,628
732
1,498
1,379
0
6,237

543
191
178
233
540
1,685

0
15
0
0
672
687

0
0
0
0
0
0

3,171
938
1,676
1,612
1,212
8,609

Estate Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
Other Taxes
Gross Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax (Dedicated)
Other Taxes

1,205
880
0
0
18
1
2,104
(880)
1,224

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
119
119

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
761
761

1,205
880
0
0
18
1
2,104
0
2,104

Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge
Gross Utility Taxes and Fees
LGAC Sales Tax (Dedicated Transfers)
User Taxes and Fees

Payroll Tax

0

1,418

0

0

1,418

Total Taxes

48,426

9,061

1,448

15,431

74,366

612
655
26
50
262
30
754
2,389

0
0
481
0
0
0
16,431
16,912

0
0
811
0
0
0
3,018
3,829

0
0
0
0
0
0
1,092
1,092

612
655
1,318
50
262
30
21,295
24,222

0

47,390

1,656

79

49,125

50,815

73,363

6,933

16,602

147,713

Licenses, Fees, Etc.
Abandoned Property
Motor Vehicle Fees
ABC License Fee
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Total

T-22

CURRENT STATE RECEIPTS
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

31,199
11,628
2,116
1,087
46,030
(366)
(6,897)
38,767
0
0
38,767

32,173
11,752
2,153
1,174
47,252
(198)
(6,798)
40,256
0
0
40,256

11,876
1,633
501
238
132
104
87
14,571
0
14,571

12,095
1,615
515
244
147
109
89
14,814
0
14,814

219
(18)
14
6
15
5
2
243
0
243

1.8%
-1.1%
2.8%
2.5%
11.4%
4.8%
2.3%
1.7%
-1.7%

Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax
Business Taxes

3,176
797
1,413
1,391
1,100
7,877

3,172
879
1,479
1,534
1,162
8,226

(4)
82
66
143
62
349

-0.1%
10.3%
4.7%
10.3%
5.6%
4.4%

Estate Tax
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Gift Tax
Real Property Gains Tax
Pari-Mutuel Taxes
Other Taxes
Gross Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax (Dedicated)
Other Taxes

1,078
610
0
0
17
1
1,706
0
1,706

1,127
685
0
0
18
1
1,831
0
1,831

49
75
0
0
1
0
125
0
125

4.5%
12.3%
--5.9%
0.0%
7.3%
-7.3%

Payroll Tax

1,376

1,180

(196)

-14.2%

Total Taxes

64,297

66,307

Licenses, Fees, Etc.
Abandoned Property
Motor Vehicle Fees
ABC License Fee
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Miscellaneous Receipts

654
762
1,420
59
234
5
20,703
23,837

678
785
1,380
51
312
10
21,287
24,503

24
23
(40)
(8)
78
5
584
666

3.7%
3.0%
-2.8%
-13.6%
33.3%
100.0%
2.8%
2.8%

Federal Grants

44,611

42,633

(1,978)

-4.4%

132,745

133,443

Taxes:
Withholdings
Estimated Payments
Final Payments
Other Payments
Gross Collections
State/City Offset
Refunds
Reported Tax Collections
STAR (Dedicated Deposits)
RBTF (Dedicated Transfers)
Personal Income Tax
Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Alcoholic Beverage Taxes
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge
Gross Utility Taxes and Fees
LGAC Sales Tax (Dedicated Transfers)
User Taxes and Fees

Total

T-23

974
124
37
87
1,222
168
99
1,489
0
0
1,489

2,010

698

3.1%
1.1%
1.7%
8.0%
2.7%
-45.9%
-1.4%
3.8%
--3.8%

3.1%

0.5%

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

1,632

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

8,156
15,733
1
23,890

0
186
40,302
40,488

8,156
15,919
40,303
64,378

19,139

34,653

53,792

6,300
3,613
2,032
5
31,089

645
929
277
0
36,504

6,945
4,542
2,309
5
67,593

1
(3,984)
(3,983)

7,705
(4,432)
3,273

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

7,704
(448)
7,256

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

57
1,689

T-24

(38)

Total

1
(37)

1,594

58
1,652

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

1,689

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

8,445
16,352
1
24,798

0
186
41,892
42,078

8,445
16,538
41,893
66,876

20,013

36,400

56,413

7,007
3,889
2,173
5
33,087

615
1,022
282
0
38,319

7,622
4,911
2,455
5
71,406

1
(3,759)
(3,758)

8,748
(4,009)
4,739

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

8,747
(250)
8,497

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

208
1,897

T-25

(37)

Total

1
(36)

1,652

209
1,861

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

1,897

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

8,800
16,653
1
25,454

0
186
45,204
45,390

8,800
16,839
45,205
70,844

20,678

40,306

60,984

7,200
3,907
2,328
5
34,118

627
981
295
0
42,209

7,827
4,888
2,623
5
76,327

1
(3,180)
(3,179)

9,123
(3,229)
5,894

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

9,122
(49)
9,073

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

409
2,306

T-26

(36)

Total

2
(34)

1,861

411
2,272

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

2,306

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

9,061
16,726
1
25,788

0
186
47,389
47,575

9,061
16,912
47,390
73,363

20,668

42,876

63,544

7,449
4,009
2,513
5
34,644

639
876
308
0
44,699

8,088
4,885
2,821
5
79,343

1
(2,876)
(2,875)

9,523
(3,096)
6,427

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

9,522
(220)
9,302

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

446
2,752

T-27

(34)

Total

1
(33)

2,272

447
2,719

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

2,149

1,594

(555)

-25.8%

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total receipts

8,244
15,565
42,356
66,165

8,156
15,919
40,303
64,378

(88)
354
(2,053)
(1,787)

-1.1%
2.3%
-4.8%
-2.7%

55,496

53,792

(1,704)

-3.1%

6,899
4,590
2,135
0
6
69,126

6,945
4,542
2,309
0
5
67,593

46
(48)
174
0
(1)
(1,533)

0.7%
-1.0%
8.1%
--16.7%
-2.2%

7,096
(4,690)
2,406

7,705
(4,432)
3,273

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

(555)
1,594

T-28

609
258
867

8.6%
-5.5%
36.0%

58

613

-110.5%

1,652

58

3.6%

CASH RECEIPTS
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013 THROUGH FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

FY 2013
Projected

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

Personal Income Tax

3,276

3,459

3,642

3,744

User Taxes and Fees
Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge

2,169
785
1,146
108
41
89

2,190
819
1,123
109
43
96

2,201
846
1,101
109
45
100

2,214
877
1,079
110
47
101

Business Taxes
Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

1,531
435
180
157
242
517

1,574
482
183
166
209
534

1,628
515
185
171
219
538

1,685
543
191
178
233
540

Payroll Tax

1,180

1,222

1,329

1,418

Total Taxes

8,156

8,445

8,800

9,061

Miscellaneous Receipts
HCRA
State University Income
Lottery
Medicaid
Industry Assessments
Motor Vehicle Fees
All Other

15,919
4,775
4,020
3,198
794
769
482
1,881

16,538
5,061
4,252
3,248
785
776
481
1,935

16,839
5,202
4,414
3,257
788
783
481
1,914

16,912
5,105
4,574
3,259
788
0
481
2,705

Federal Grants

40,303

41,893

45,205

47,390

Total

64,378

66,876

70,844

73,363

T-29

CASH RECEIPTS
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Personal Income Tax

3,233

3,276

43

1.3%

User Taxes and Fees
Sales and Use Tax
Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
Motor Fuel Tax
Auto Rental Tax
Taxicab Surcharge

2,143
750
1,162
105
39
87

2,169
785
1,146
108
41
89

26
35
(16)
3
2
2

1.2%
4.7%
-1.4%
2.9%
5.1%
2.3%

Business Taxes
Corporation Franchise Tax
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Insurance Taxes
Bank Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

1,492
452
167
156
230
487

1,531
435
180
157
242
517

39
(17)
13
1
12
30

2.6%
-3.8%
7.8%
0.6%
5.2%
6.2%

Payroll Tax

1,376

1,180

(196)

-14.2%

Total Taxes

8,244

8,156

(88)

-1.1%

Miscellaneous Receipts
HCRA
State University Income
Lottery
Medicaid
Industry Assessments
Motor Vehicle Fees
All Other

15,565
4,155
3,828
2,975
827
763
496
2,521

15,919
4,775
4,020
3,198
794
769
482
1,881

354
620
192
223
(33)
6
(14)
(640)

2.3%
14.9%
5.0%
7.5%
-4.0%
0.8%
-2.8%
-25.4%

Federal Grants

42,356

40,303

(2,053)

-4.8%

Total

66,165

64,378

(1,787)

-2.7%

T-30

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

Opening Fund Balance

State

Federal

Total

(288)

(161)

(449)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,401
4,234
5
5,640

0
0
2,186
2,186

1,401
4,234
2,191
7,826

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

1,284
4,932
6,216

820
1,031
1,851

2,104
5,963
8,067

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

1,649
(1,468)
400
581

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements and Other Financing
Uses
Closing Fund Balance

5
(283)

T-31

(321)
(11)
0
(332)

3
(158)

1,328
(1,479)
400
249

8
(441)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

Opening Fund Balance

State

Federal

Total

(283)

(158)

(441)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,421
4,022
5
5,448

0
0
2,207
2,207

1,421
4,022
2,212
7,655

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

1,340
4,673
6,013

767
1,083
1,850

2,107
5,756
7,863

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

1,854
(1,529)
338
663

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

T-32

(315)
(11)
0
(326)

1,539
(1,540)
338
337

98

31

129

(185)

(127)

(312)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)

Opening Fund Balance

State

Federal

Total

(185)

(127)

(312)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,431
3,800
5
5,236

0
0
1,966
1,966

1,431
3,800
1,971
7,202

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

1,185
4,669
5,854

698
904
1,602

1,883
5,573
7,456

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

1,775
(1,510)
306
571

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

T-33

(308)
(12)
0
(320)

(47)

44

(232)

(83)

1,467
(1,522)
306
251

(3)
(315)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

Opening Fund Balance

State

Federal

Total

(232)

(83)

(315)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,448
3,829
5
5,282

0
0
1,651
1,651

1,448
3,829
1,656
6,933

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

896
4,704
5,600

656
667
1,323

1,552
5,371
6,923

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

1,666
(1,515)
121
272

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

T-34

(303)
(12)
0
(315)

1,363
(1,527)
121
(43)

(46)

13

(33)

(278)

(70)

(348)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

Opening Fund Balance

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

(167)

(449)

(282)

Annual
% Change

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,337
4,155
2,115
7,607

1,401
4,234
2,191
7,826

64
79
76
219

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

2,566
5,270
7,836

2,104
5,963
8,067

(462)
693
231

-18.0%
13.1%
2.9%

1,031
(1,436)
352
(53)

1,328
(1,479)
400
249

297
(43)
48
302

28.8%
3.0%
13.6%
-569.8%

Other Financing Sources (uses):
Transfers From Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses

(282)

Closing Fund Balance

(449)

T-35

8
(441)

290
8

4.8%
1.9%
3.6%
2.9%

CASH RECEIPTS
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2013 THROUGH FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

FY 2013
Projected

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

User Taxes and Fees
Motor Fuel Tax
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax

622
407
147
68

621
407
142
72

629
411
144
74

642
413
152
77

Business Taxes
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

660
15
645

681
15
666

683
15
668

687
15
672

Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax

119
119

119
119

119
119

119
119

Total Taxes

1,401

1,421

1,431

1,448

Miscellaneous Receipts
Authority Bond Proceeds
State Park Fees
Environmental Revenues
Motor Vehicle Fees
All Other

4,234
3,245
87
77
799
26

4,022
3,018
60
77
811
56

3,800
2,755
47
77
811
110

3,829
2,748
33
77
811
160

Federal Grants

2,191

2,212

1,971

1,656

Total

7,826

7,655

7,202

6,933

T-36

CASH RECEIPTS
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

User Taxes and Fees
Motor Fuel Tax
Highway Use Tax
Auto Rental Tax

593
396
132
65

622
407
147
68

29
11
15
3

4.9%
2.8%
11.4%
4.6%

Business Taxes
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

625
13
612

660
15
645

35
2
33

5.6%
15.4%
5.4%

Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax

119
119

119
119

0
0

0.0%
0.0%

Total Taxes

1,337

1,401

64

4.8%

Miscellaneous Receipts
Authority Bond Proceeds
State Park Fees
Environmental Revenues
Motor Vehicle Fees
All Other

4,155
3,236
41
77
813
(12)

4,234
3,245
87
77
799
26

79
9
46
0
(14)
38

Federal Grants

2,115

2,191

76

3.6%

Total

7,607

7,826

219

2.9%

T-37

1.9%
0.3%
112.2%
0.0%
-1.7%
-316.7%

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
CAPITAL OFF-BUDGET SPENDING
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Economic Development
Empire State Development Corporation
Functional Total

FY 2013
First Quarter

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

24
5
29

38
13
51

38
13
51

21
13
34

21
13
34

466
466

403
403

403
403

403
403

403
403

0

0

0

0

0

MENTAL HEALTH
Mental Health, Office of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
Functional Total

84
29
2
115

247
59
5
311

214
66
5
285

264
91
5
360

214
91
5
310

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Education School Aid
State University of New York
Functional Total

402
127
249
778

453
100
364
917

486
100
179
765

501
92
99
692

521
0
94
615

3
3

8
8

9
9

5
5

0
0

1,391

1,690

1,513

1,494

1,362

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
Health & Social Welfare
Hlth All Other
Functional Total

ALL OTHER
Judiciary
Functional Total
TOTAL CAPITAL OFF-BUDGET SPENDING

Reflects certain capital spending that is not reported in actual cash spending results, but is reported in the State's GAAP Financial Statements. This spending
is related to programs which are financed directly from bond proceeds that are on deposit at various public authorities rather than from a short-term loan from
the Short-Term Investment Pool or cash from the General Fund.

T-38

CASH RECEIPTS
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
FY 2013 THROUGH FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

FY 2013
Projected

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

Personal Income Tax

10,064

10,793

11,085

11,453

User Taxes and Fees
Sales and Use Tax

2,827
2,827

2,953
2,953

3,093
3,093

3,217
3,217

566
566

616
616

686
686

761
761

13,457

14,362

14,864

15,431

996
352
505
128
11

1,043
375
529
128
11

1,094
403
554
128
9

1,092
403
554
128
7

79

79

79

79

14,532

15,484

16,037

16,602

Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Total Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Mental Hygiene Patient Receipts
SUNY Dormitory Fees
Health Patient Receipts
All Other
Federal Grants
Total

T-39

CASH RECEIPTS
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Personal Income Tax

9,691

10,064

373

3.8%

User Taxes and Fees
Sales and Use Tax

2,780
2,780

2,827
2,827

47
47

1.7%
1.7%

491
491

566
566

75
75

15.3%
15.3%

12,962

13,457

495

3.8%

955
334
490
121
10

996
352
505
128
11

41
18
15
7
1

4.3%
5.4%
3.1%
5.8%
10.0%

80

79

(1)

-1.3%

13,997

14,532

Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax
Total Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Mental Hygiene Patient Receipts
SUNY Dormitory Fees
Health Patient Receipts
All Other
Federal Grants
Total

T-40

535

3.8%

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE FUNDS
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

Special
Revenue
Funds

General
Fund
Opening Fund Balance

1,787

1,632

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

43,293
3,354
60
46,707

8,156
15,733
1
23,890

39,668
6,170
1,835
4,499
0
0
52,172

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Reserve for Collective Bargaining
Reserve for Community Projects Fund
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and Other
Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

12,188
(7,036)
0
0
0
5,152

1,474

1,401
4,234
5
5,640

13,457
996
79
14,532

66,307
24,317
145
90,769

19,139

1,284

0

60,091

6,300
3,613
2,032
0
5
31,089

0
0
0
0
4,932
6,216

0
47
0
6,100
0
6,147

12,470
5,495
6,531
6,100
4,937
95,624

1,649
(1,468)
0
0
400
581

6,305
(14,586)
0
0
0
(8,281)

27,846
(23,538)
0
0
400
4,708

1,689

T-41

State
Funds
Total
3,559

57

(288)

Debt
Service
Funds
428

7,704
(448)
0
0
0
7,256

(313)

Capital
Projects
Funds

5
(283)

104
532

(147)
3,412

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE FUNDS
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Funds
Total

45,837
2,879
2
48,718

8,445
16,352
1
24,798

1,421
4,022
5
5,448

14,362
1,043
79
15,484

70,065
24,296
87
94,448

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

41,871

20,013

1,340

0

63,224

5,487
1,630
4,889
0
0
53,877

7,007
3,889
2,173
0
5
33,087

0
0
0
0
4,673
6,013

0
47
0
6,415
0
6,462

12,494
5,566
7,062
6,415
4,678
99,439

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

12,749
(8,655)
0
4,094

8,747
(250)
0
8,497

1,854
(1,529)
338
663

6,160
(15,069)
0
(8,909)

29,510
(25,503)
338
4,345

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and Other

(1,065)

208

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Community Projects Fund
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

(57)
(26)
(83)
(982)

T-42

98

113

(646)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE FUNDS
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

46,509
2,297
0
48,806

8,800
16,653
1
25,454

1,431
3,800
5
5,236

14,864
1,094
79
16,037

71,604
23,844
85
95,533

43,225

20,678

1,185

0

65,088

5,632
1,771
5,235
0
0
55,863

7,200
3,907
2,328
0
5
34,118

0
0
0
0
4,669
5,854

0
47
0
6,484
0
6,531

12,832
5,725
7,563
6,484
4,674
102,366

1,775
(1,510)
306
571

5,623
(14,993)
0
(9,370)

29,532
(26,087)
306
3,751

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

13,012
(9,535)
0
3,477

9,122
(49)
0
9,073

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and Other
Financing Uses

(3,580)

409

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

10
10
(3,590)

T-43

Capital
Projects
Funds

(47)

Debt
Service
Funds

136

State
Funds
Total

(3,082)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE FUNDS
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

48,426
2,389
0
50,815

9,061
16,726
1
25,788

1,448
3,829
5
5,282

15,431
1,092
79
16,602

74,366
24,036
85
98,487

45,489

20,668

896

0

67,053

5,915
1,821
5,527
0
0
58,752

7,449
4,009
2,513
0
5
34,644

0
0
0
0
4,704
5,600

0
47
0
6,645
0
6,692

13,364
5,877
8,040
6,645
4,709
105,688

1,666
(1,515)
121
272

5,369
(15,273)
0
(9,904)

29,940
(26,810)
121
3,251

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

13,383
(9,802)
0
3,581

9,522
(220)
0
9,302

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and Other
Financing Uses

(4,356)

446

Designated General Fund Reserves:
Prior-Year Labor Agreements (2007-2011)
Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

14
14
(4,370)

T-44

Capital
Projects
Funds

(46)

Debt
Service
Funds

6

State
Funds
Total

(3,950)

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
STATE FUNDS
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Enacted

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

3,907

3,559

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

64,297
23,669
145
88,111

66,307
24,317
145
90,769

2,010
648
0
2,658

3.1%
2.7%
0.0%
3.0%

59,015

60,091

1,076

1.8%

12,047
5,404
6,593
5,864
4,270
93,193

12,470
5,495
6,531
6,100
4,937
95,624

423
91
(62)
236
667
2,431

3.5%
1.7%
-0.9%
4.0%
15.6%
2.6%

26,877
(22,495)
352
4,734

27,846
(23,538)
400
4,708

969
(1,043)
48
(26)

3.6%
4.6%
13.6%
-0.5%

(348)

(147)

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses
Closing Fund Balance

3,559

T-45

3,412

(348)

201
(147)

T-46

4

442

413
506
(116)
8
0
12
410

General State Charges

Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Transfers to Other Funds

2,018

5,637

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

6,178
(3,619)

2,622
3,850

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

0
113
441
0
188
742

631
145
776

2,730
18
61
1,029
11
0
14
327
24
12
(8)
4,218

2,559

225
26
45
113
409

14

3
19
6
0
(9)
0
74
93

596
52
648

133
16
3
931
1
1
3
61
0
0
2
1,151

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Total State Operations

6,472

DISBURSEMENTS:
School Aid
Higher Education
All Other Education
Medicaid - DOH
Public Health
Mental Hygiene
Children and Families
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Transportation
Unrestricted Aid
All Other
Total Local Assistance Grants

1,283
190
57
0
1,530

TOTAL RECEIPTS

PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in Excess of LGAC Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other
Total Transfers from Other Funds

Federal Grants

40
39
6
6
2
1
22
116

3,851
652
205
114
4,822

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

Licenses, Fees, etc.
Abandoned Property
ABC License Fee
Motor vehicle fees
Reimbursements
Investment Income
Other Transactions
Total Miscellaneous Receipts

5,637

1,787

OPENING BALANCE

1,236
681
42
84
2,043

May
Results

2012
April
Results

2,935

917

5,455

(55)
102
248
0
79
374

90

549
142
691

1,705
379
332
712
29
379
130
145
0
294
195
4,300

6,372

1,007
430
33
(20)
1,450

0

61
21
5
(8)
72
0
265
416

2,486
899
1,044
77
4,506

2,018

June
Results

2,575

(360)

3,878

418
39
474
180
56
1,167

269

470
162
632

110
268
88
994
27
0
108
157
0
1
57
1,810

3,518

502
213
48
2
765

0

50
32
4
0
2
1
32
121

1,750
690
95
97
2,632

2,935

July
Projected

1,272

(1,303)

4,648

(4)
86
252
0
95
429

445

557
156
713

540
298
425
1,291
73
0
212
134
24
1
63
3,061

3,345

217
153
73
15
458

0

60
18
3
0
18
1
21
121

1,863
698
107
98
2,766

2,575

August
Projected

CASHFLOW
GENERAL FUND
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

4,098

2,826

3,979

(110)
(65)
341
0
33
199

221

422
153
575

1,297
51
99
534
112
394
223
104
0
95
75
2,984

6,805

1,098
280
41
18
1,437

13

72
77
4
0
36
1
334
524

2,758
903
1,072
98
4,831

1,272

September
Projected

3,056

(1,042)

4,778

507
64
191
0
162
924

366

660
164
824

710
471
57
1,036
88
147
75
100
0
9
(29)
2,664

3,736

393
219
39
82
733

0

68
23
3
0
20
1
65
180

1,919
705
102
97
2,823

4,098

October
Projected

1,935

(1,121)

4,480

0
84
283
160
126
653

359

463
131
594

1,055
22
280
1,230
41
0
75
100
24
1
46
2,874

3,359

183
217
27
14
441

0

59
250
4
17
36
1
31
398

1,457
696
270
97
2,520

3,056

November
Projected

1,327

(608)

4,810

(2)
172
246
0
62
478

143

434
154
588

1,560
238
181
584
70
380
221
100
15
206
46
3,601

4,202

1,000
282
31
27
1,340

13

72
12
4
17
33
1
115
254

310
1,008
1,181
96
2,595

1,935

December
Projected

5,342

4,015

3,503

468
100
149
0
28
745

264

522
150
672

265
33
81
863
75
108
112
100
0
6
179
1,822

7,518

956
231
28
34
1,249

0

60
5
4
17
18
1
21
126

5,202
745
100
96
6,143

1,327

2013
January
Projected

5,721

379

3,419

(18)
40
371
0
24
417

148

433
183
616

448
304
188
806
37
150
78
30
10
8
179
2,238

3,798

398
3
32
83
516

0

63
24
4
17
29
1
46
184

2,254
630
118
96
3,098

5,342

February
Projected

1,474

(4,247)

11,458

(146)
436
(29)
0
237
498

1,339

433
243
676

6,450
488
166
594
100
386
291
126
1
144
199
8,945

7,211

988
186
15
671
1,860

16

70
265
4
33
55
1
393
821

1,830
889
1,699
96
4,514

5,721

March
Projected

Total

1,474

(313)

59,208

1,564
1,055
2,975
340
1,102
7,036

4,499

6,170
1,835
8,005

17,003
2,586
1,961
10,604
664
1,945
1,542
1,484
98
777
1,004
39,668

58,895

8,250
2,430
469
1,039
12,188

60

678
785
51
99
312
10
1,419
3,354

26,916
9,196
6,035
1,146
43,293

1,787

T-47
3,295

2,221
(1,991)
0
230
4,705
8,552

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

1

176

Capital Projects

439

General State Charges

133
16
3
0
1,199
2
78
3
62
119
0
5
1,620

DISBURSEMENTS:
School Aid
Higher Education
All Other Education
STAR
Medicaid - DOH
Public Health
Mental Hygiene
Children and Families
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Transportation
Unrestricted Aid
All Other
Total Local Assistance Grants

Debt service

7,770

TOTAL RECEIPTS

980
79
1,059

6,764
1,002
4

RECEIPTS:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Total State Operations

3,847

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

5,800

(2,752)

1,935
(1,455)
0
480

7,682

0

387

469

1,072
346
1,418

2,730
18
61
0
1,538
51
82
15
327
546
12
28
5,408

4,450

3,055
1,374
21

8,552

May
Results

6,359

559

2,375
(2,095)
0
280

8,076

0

420

363

962
438
1,400

2,022
379
331
400
1,043
94
554
130
145
291
294
210
5,893

8,355

6,658
1,698
(1)

5,800

June
Results

6,826

467

2,559
(2,229)
0
330

5,108

0

94

499

934
461
1,395

110
268
89
0
1,394
248
156
108
157
330
1
259
3,120

5,245

3,822
1,423
0

6,359

July
Projected

6,146

(680)

1,692
(1,291)
0
401

6,664

0

317

513

1,221
486
1,707

540
298
426
0
1,711
163
93
212
134
450
1
99
4,127

5,583

4,033
1,548
2

6,826

August
Projected

6,623

477

2,453
(1,973)
0
480

9,113

0

960

439

945
492
1,437

3,281
51
101
188
938
237
567
223
106
388
95
102
6,277

9,110

6,823
2,236
51

6,146

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

6,496

(127)

2,258
(1,910)
0
348

6,234

0

103

596

1,226
488
1,714

835
471
58
10
1,452
159
330
75
100
321
9
1
3,821

5,759

4,085
1,674
0

6,623

October
Projected

5,889

(607)

1,653
(1,362)
0
291

6,271

0

213

421

1,019
472
1,491

1,180
22
281
46
1,646
137
70
75
100
521
1
67
4,146

5,373

3,672
1,701
0

6,496

November
Projected

3,809

(2,080)

2,449
(2,236)
0
213

10,946

0

1,086

408

961
541
1,502

1,685
238
182
2,623
995
244
602
221
100
787
206
67
7,950

8,653

7,030
1,610
13

5,889

December
Projected

9,182

5,373

2,663
(2,335)
0
328

5,105

0

94

490

1,220
459
1,679

390
33
82
0
1,398
173
278
112
100
169
6
101
2,842

10,150

8,529
1,621
0

3,809

2013
January
Projected

10,229

1,047

1,604
(1,233)
0
371

5,459

0

476

240

968
573
1,541

574
304
189
0
1,298
145
254
78
30
214
8
108
3,202

6,135

4,417
1,717
1

9,182

February
Projected

3,695

(6,534)

2,954
(2,579)
0
375

15,455

4

1,774

1,654

962
660
1,622

6,576
520
169
9
1,249
272
579
291
127
242
144
223
10,401

8,546

6,018
2,479
49

10,229

March
Projected

0

0

(619)
619
0
0

0

0

0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

Intra-Fund
Transfer
Eliminations

Total

3,695

(152)

26,197
(22,070)
0
4,127

89,408

5

6,100

6,531

12,470
5,495
17,965

20,056
2,618
1,972
3,276
15,861
1,925
3,643
1,543
1,488
4,378
777
1,270
58,807

85,129

64,906
20,083
140

3,847

T-48

CLOSING BALANCE
(494)

(45)

(116)
(94)
0
(210)

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

454

196

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

(461)

33

113
(95)
0
18

4
23
253
1
5
29
85
14
414

40
40

98
205
166
469

(494)

May
Results

12
4
137
0
4
3
26
3
189

Economic Development
Parks & the Environment
Transportation
Health & Social Welfare
Mental Hygiene
Public Protection
Education
All Other
Total Capital Projects

7
7

90
241
30
361

RECEIPTS:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
TOTAL RECEIPTS

DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Total Local Assistance Grants

(449)

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

(480)

(19)

118
(101)
0
17

572

2
20
267
1
8
26
111
20
455

117
117

128
231
177
536

(461)

June
Results

(613)

(133)

44
(93)
33
(16)

743

20
27
253
3
13
27
228
12
583

160
160

121
325
180
626

(480)

July
Projected

(577)

36

92
(93)
33
32

705

9
29
314
3
9
28
126
13
531

174
174

115
395
199
709

(613)

August
Projected

(664)

(87)

9
(232)
33
(190)

688

16
27
332
3
12
28
108
12
538

150
150

141
437
213
791

(577)

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

(769)

(105)

69
(93)
33
9

655

19
29
286
3
7
26
99
19
488

167
167

112
218
211
541

(664)

October
Projected

(732)

37

89
(93)
33
29

639

7
27
285
3
9
26
92
13
462

177
177

107
341
199
647

(769)

November
Projected

(819)

(87)

246
(93)
33
186

813

14
27
299
4
12
28
92
11
487

326
326

147
213
180
540

(732)

December
Projected

(809)

10

105
(93)
33
45

624

25
27
265
3
20
24
88
11
463

161
161

111
313
165
589

(819)

2013
January
Projected

(810)

(1)

45
(34)
33
44

521

9
29
215
2
13
34
40
12
354

167
167

103
224
149
476

(809)

February
Projected

(441)

369

514
(365)
136
285

1,457

42
223
551
8
21
55
81
18
999

458
458

128
1,091
322
1,541

(810)

March
Projected

(441)

8

1,328
(1,479)
400
249

8,067

179
492
3,457
34
133
334
1,176
158
5,963

2,104
2,104

1,401
4,234
2,191
7,826

(449)

Total

T-49
(116)
(94)
0
(210)

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

CLOSING BALANCE
(317)

(29)

150

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

12
4
92
0
4
3
26
2
143

Economic Development
Parks & the Environment
Transportation
Health & Social Welfare
Mental Hygiene
Public Protection
Education
All Other
Total Capital Projects

7
7

90
241
0
331

RECEIPTS:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
TOTAL RECEIPTS

DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Total Local Assistance Grants

(288)

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

(317)

0

113
(95)
0
18

321

4
23
122
1
5
29
85
12
281

40
40

98
205
0
303

(317)

May
Results

(362)

(45)

118
(101)
0
17

421

2
20
151
1
8
25
111
18
336

85
85

128
231
0
359

(317)

June
Results

(519)

(157)

44
(93)
33
(16)

587

20
26
165
3
13
26
228
9
490

97
97

121
325
0
446

(362)

July
Projected

(495)

24

92
(93)
33
32

518

9
28
206
3
9
26
126
11
418

100
100

115
395
0
510

(519)

August
Projected

(522)

(27)

86
(227)
33
(108)

500

15
26
225
3
12
26
108
9
424

76
76

141
437
3
581

(495)

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
CAPITAL PROJECTS STATE FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

(649)

(127)

69
(93)
33
9

466

19
28
178
3
7
25
99
15
374

92
92

112
218
0
330

(522)

October
Projected

(624)

25

89
(93)
33
29

452

7
26
177
3
9
25
92
10
349

103
103

107
341
0
448

(649)

November
Projected

(658)

(34)

323
(93)
33
263

657

14
26
211
4
12
27
92
9
395

262
262

147
213
0
360

(624)

December
Projected

(670)

(12)

105
(93)
33
45

481

24
25
192
3
20
23
88
10
385

96
96

111
313
0
424

(658)

2013
January
Projected

(693)

(23)

45
(34)
33
44

394

9
28
150
2
13
32
40
10
284

110
110

103
224
0
327

(670)

February
Projected

(283)

410

681
(359)
136
458

1,269

41
217
618
8
21
50
81
17
1,053

216
216

128
1,091
2
1,221

(693)

March
Projected

(283)

5

1,649
(1,468)
400
581

6,216

176
477
2,487
34
133
317
1,176
132
4,932

1,284
1,284

1,401
4,234
5
5,640

(288)

Total

T-50

CLOSING BALANCE

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

33
(144)

(177)

0
0
0
0

133

0
0
131
0
0
0
0
2
133

0
0

0
0
166
166

(16)

0
0
0
0

46

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

0
0
45
0
0
0
0
1
46

0
0

0
0
30
30

(177)

(161)

Economic Development
Parks & the Environment
Transportation
Health & Social Welfare
Mental Hygiene
Public Protection
Education
All Other
Total Capital Projects

DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Total Local Assistance Grants

RECEIPTS:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
TOTAL RECEIPTS

OPENING BALANCE

May
Results

2012
April
Results

(118)

26

0
0
0
0

151

0
0
116
0
0
1
0
2
119

32
32

0
0
177
177

(144)

June
Results

(94)

24

0
0
0
0

156

0
1
88
0
0
1
0
3
93

63
63

0
0
180
180

(118)

July
Projected

(82)

12

0
0
0
0

187

0
1
108
0
0
2
0
2
113

74
74

0
0
199
199

(94)

August
Projected

(142)

(60)

(77)
(5)
0
(82)

188

1
1
107
0
0
2
0
3
114

74
74

0
0
210
210

(82)

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
CAPITAL PROJECTS FEDERAL FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

(120)

22

0
0
0
0

189

0
1
108
0
0
1
0
4
114

75
75

0
0
211
211

(142)

October
Projected

(108)

12

0
0
0
0

187

0
1
108
0
0
1
0
3
113

74
74

0
0
199
199

(120)

November
Projected

(161)

(53)

(77)
0
0
(77)

156

0
1
88
0
0
1
0
2
92

64
64

0
0
180
180

(108)

December
Projected

(139)

22

0
0
0
0

143

1
2
73
0
0
1
0
1
78

65
65

0
0
165
165

(161)

2013
January
Projected

(117)

22

0
0
0
0

127

0
1
65
0
0
2
0
2
70

57
57

0
0
149
149

(139)

February
Projected

(158)

(41)

(167)
(6)
0
(173)

188

1
6
(67)
0
0
5
0
1
(54)

242
242

0
0
320
320

(117)

March
Projected

(158)

3

(321)
(11)
0
(332)

1,851

3
15
970
0
0
17
0
26
1,031

820
820

0
0
2,186
2,186

(161)

Total

T-51

0
196
58
140
394

CLOSING BALANCE

219
2,211

1,992

418

920
(502)

4,829

0

30

488
259
747

426
0
229
0
2,532
142
99
4
20
523
0
77
4,052

398

55

NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

67
(12)

2,900

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

1

26

General State Charges

Capital Projects

425
34
459

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Total State Operations

110
0
63
0
2,018
(13)
88
2
19
121
0
6
2,414

DISBURSEMENTS:
School Aid
Higher Education
All Other Education
STAR
Medicaid - DOH
Public Health
Mental Hygiene
Children and Families
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Transportation
Unrestricted Aid
All Other
Total Local Assistance Grants

4,630

3,034

1,969
3,243

Federal Grants

401
170
309
62
16
298
1,256

325
64
291
69
20
111
880

TOTAL RECEIPTS

HCRA
State University Income
Lottery
Medicaid
Motor vehicle fees
Other receipts
Total Miscellaneous Receipts

1,992

1,594

OPENING BALANCE

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes
0
167
57
116
340

May
Results

2012
April
Results

1,911

(300)

289

582
(293)

5,715

0

312

458
358
816

529
0
118
400
2,357
151
183
156
320
293
0
80
4,587

5,126

3,046

385
367
246
70
109
33
1,210

400
189
214
67
870

2,211

June
Results

1,762

(149)

734

991
(257)

5,418

0

241

511
353
864

230
1
67
0
2,556
337
167
3
349
333
0
270
4,313

4,535

2,970

394
247
236
64
33
252
1,226

0
196
62
81
339

1,911

July
Projected

2,487

725

355

737
(382)

5,047

0

71

726
394
1,120

181
1
33
0
2,224
205
107
239
349
429
0
88
3,856

5,417

3,721

383
345
292
69
39
219
1,347

0
177
62
110
349

1,762

August
Projected

992

(1,495)

315

623
(308)

7,564

0

263

571
452
1,023

2,094
1
4
188
2,628
253
182
101
351
391
0
85
6,278

5,754

3,445

326
629
250
65
60
300
1,630

188
202
229
60
679

2,487

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

726

(266)

320

594
(274)

5,381

0

243

614
427
1,041

255
1
40
10
2,684
166
193
83
349
324
0
(8)
4,097

4,795

3,016

418
340
289
69
38
272
1,426

10
188
59
96
353

992

October
Projected

1,364

638

547

821
(274)

4,990

0

78

603
411
1,014

260
0
31
46
2,257
205
88
83
349
500
0
79
3,898

5,081

3,451

376
282
241
65
28
239
1,231

46
170
91
92
399

726

November
Projected

840

(524)

237

646
(409)

8,410

0

316

576
415
991

380
1
29
2,623
2,224
291
265
83
349
775
0
83
7,103

7,649

3,237

385
276
256
65
37
259
1,278

2,623
193
241
77
3,134

1,364

December
Projected

896

56

166

508
(342)

5,596

0

231

763
383
1,146

432
1
116
0
2,691
213
188
83
349
172
0
(26)
4,219

5,486

3,670

389
388
294
69
25
267
1,432

0
193
60
131
384

840

2013
January
Projected

1,419

523

335

725
(390)

5,051

0

112

584
523
1,107

545
1
90
0
2,241
217
116
83
349
209
0
(19)
3,832

5,239

3,450

375
546
240
65
34
202
1,462

0
139
61
127
327

896

February
Projected

1,652

233

(498)

491
(989)

6,692

4

386

626
533
1,159

617
33
80
9
3,078
295
200
83
372
250
0
126
5,143

7,423

5,294

618
366
254
62
43
198
1,541

9
159
337
83
588

1,419

March
Projected

1,652

58

3,273

7,705
(4,432)

67,593

5

2,309

6,945
4,542
11,487

6,059
40
900
3,276
29,490
2,462
1,876
1,003
3,525
4,320
0
841
53,792

64,378

40,303

4,775
4,020
3,198
794
482
2,650
15,919

3,276
2,169
1,531
1,180
8,156

1,594

Total

T-52

Federal Grants

7

CLOSING BALANCE

637
2,701

432

928

966
(38)

1,857

0

27

441
199
640

0
0
0
0
509
40
82
1
0
522
0
36
1,190

2,064

76

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

76
0

NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

906

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

1

26

General State Charges

Capital Projects

384
26
410

0
0
0
0
268
1
77
0
1
119
0
3
469

1,566

0
1,262

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Total State Operations

DISBURSEMENTS:
School Aid
Higher Education
All Other Education
STAR
Medicaid - DOH
Public Health
Mental Hygiene
Children and Families
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Transportation
Unrestricted Aid
All Other
Total Local Assistance Grants

TOTAL RECEIPTS

401
170
309
62
16
0
261
1,219

0
167
57
116
340

2,064

May
Results

325
64
291
69
20
0
99
868

0
196
58
140
394

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

HCRA
State University Income
Lottery
Medicaid
Motor vehicle fees
ABC License Fee
Other receipts
Total Miscellaneous Receipts

1,632

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

2,785

84

585

622
(37)

2,571

0

273

413
292
705

317
0
(1)
400
331
65
175
0
0
291
0
15
1,593

2,070

(1)

385
367
246
70
109
0
24
1,201

400
189
214
67
870

2,701

June
Results

3,054

269

1,027

1,029
(2)

2,303

0

230

464
299
763

0
0
1
0
400
221
156
0
0
330
0
202
1,310

1,545

0

394
247
236
64
33
0
232
1,206

0
196
62
81
339

2,785

July
Projected

3,379

325

760

776
(16)

2,120

0

68

664
322
986

0
0
1
0
420
90
93
0
0
426
0
36
1,066

1,685

0

383
345
292
69
39
0
208
1,336

0
177
62
110
349

3,054

August
Projected

1,882

(1,497)

573

669
(96)

4,368

0

218

523
334
857

1,984
0
2
188
404
125
173
0
2
388
0
27
3,293

2,298

0

326
629
250
65
60
0
289
1,619

188
202
229
60
679

3,379

September
Projected

2,014

132

649

731
(82)

2,276

0

230

566
323
889

125
0
1
10
416
71
183
0
0
321
0
30
1,157

1,759

0

418
340
289
69
38
0
252
1,406

10
188
59
96
353

1,882

October
Projected

CASHFLOW
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

2,249

235

845

859
(14)

2,229

0

62

556
339
895

125
0
1
46
416
96
70
0
0
497
0
21
1,272

1,619

0

376
282
241
65
28
0
228
1,220

46
170
91
92
399

2,014

November
Projected

1,723

(526)

587

684
(97)

5,514

0

265

527
373
900

125
0
1
2,623
411
174
222
0
0
772
0
21
4,349

4,401

0

385
276
256
65
37
0
248
1,267

2,623
193
241
77
3,134

2,249

December
Projected

1,778

55

512

546
(34)

2,253

0

226

698
309
1,007

125
0
1
0
535
98
170
0
0
169
0
(78)
1,020

1,796

0

389
388
294
69
25
0
247
1,412

0
193
60
131
384

1,723

2013
January
Projected

2,299

521

720

763
(43)

1,976

0

92

535
385
920

126
0
1
0
492
108
104
0
0
204
0
(71)
964

1,777

0

375
546
240
65
34
0
190
1,450

0
139
61
127
327

1,778

February
Projected

1,690

(609)

(5)

603
(608)

2,716

4

315

529
412
941

126
32
3
9
655
172
193
0
1
241
0
24
1,456

2,112

(5)

618
366
254
62
43
0
186
1,529

9
159
337
83
588

2,299

March
Projected

0

0

0

(619)
619

0

0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Intra-Fund
Transfer
Eliminations

1,690

58

7,257

7,705
(448)

31,089

5

2,032

6,300
3,613
9,913

3,053
32
11
3,276
5,257
1,261
1,698
1
4
4,280
0
266
19,139

23,890

1

4,775
4,020
3,198
794
482
0
2,464
15,733

3,276
2,169
1,531
1,180
8,156

1,632

Total

T-53
(490)

(72)

CLOSING BALANCE

(510)
(418)

(21)
(34)

NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

0
(510)

2,972

0
(21)

1,994

0

3

47
60
107

426
0
229
0
2,023
102
17
3
20
1
0
41
2,862

3,064

37
3,027

(72)

May
Results

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

0
0

General State Charges

Capital Projects

110
0
63
0
1,750
(14)
11
2
18
2
0
3
1,945

DISBURSEMENTS:
School Aid
Higher Education
All Other Education
STAR
Medicaid - DOH
Public Heatlh
Mental Hygiene
Children and Families
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Transportation
Unrestricted Aid
All Other
Total Local Assistance Grants
41
8
49

1,981

TOTAL RECEIPTS

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Total State Operations

12
1,969

(38)

RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

(874)

(384)

(296)

0
(296)

3,144

0

39

45
66
111

212
0
119
0
2,026
86
8
156
320
2
0
65
2,994

3,056

9
3,047

(490)

June
Results

(1,292)

(418)

(293)

0
(293)

3,115

0

11

47
54
101

230
1
66
0
2,156
116
11
3
349
3
0
68
3,003

2,990

20
2,970

(874)

July
Projected

(891)

401

(404)

0
(404)

2,927

0

3

62
72
134

181
1
32
0
1,804
115
14
239
349
3
0
52
2,790

3,732

11
3,721

(1,292)

August
Projected

(889)

2

(258)

0
(258)

3,196

0

45

48
118
166

110
1
2
0
2,224
128
9
101
349
3
0
58
2,985

3,456

11
3,445

(891)

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

(1,287)

(398)

(329)

0
(329)

3,105

0

13

48
104
152

130
1
39
0
2,268
95
10
83
349
3
0
(38)
2,940

3,036

20
3,016

(889)

October
Projected

(885)

402

(299)

0
(299)

2,761

0

16

47
72
119

135
0
30
0
1,841
109
18
83
349
3
0
58
2,626

3,462

11
3,451

(1,287)

November
Projected

(884)

1

(351)

0
(351)

2,896

0

51

49
42
91

255
1
28
0
1,813
117
43
83
349
3
0
62
2,754

3,248

11
3,237

(885)

December
Projected

(882)

2

(345)

0
(345)

3,343

0

5

65
74
139

307
1
115
0
2,156
115
18
83
349
3
0
52
3,199

3,690

20
3,670

(884)

2013
January
Projected

(880)

2

(385)

0
(385)

3,075

0

20

49
138
187

419
1
89
0
1,749
109
12
83
349
5
0
52
2,868

3,462

12
3,450

(882)

February
Projected

(37)

843

(492)

1
(493)

3,976

0

71

97
121
218

491
1
77
0
2,423
123
7
83
371
9
0
102
3,687

5,311

12
5,299

(880)

March
Projected

(37)

1

(3,983)

1
(3,984)

36,504

0

277

645
929
1,574

3,006
8
889
0
24,233
1,201
178
1,002
3,521
40
0
575
34,653

40,488

186
40,302

(38)

Total

T-54
423
851

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

615
(1,581)
(966)

1
176
177

DISBURSEMENTS:
State Operations
Debt Service
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

1,548
18
0
1,566

428

RECEIPTS:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
TOTAL RECEIPTS

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

1,081

230

560
(675)
(115)

2
387
389

672
62
0
734

851

May
Results

639

(442)

303
(1,684)
(1,381)

4
420
424

1,282
81
0
1,363

1,081

June
Results

1,197

558

765
(1,060)
(295)

0
94
94

851
96
0
947

639

July
Projected

1,495

298

458
(846)
(388)

8
317
325

918
91
2
1,011

1,197

August
Projected

643

(852)

347
(1,678)
(1,331)

5
960
965

1,313
93
38
1,444

1,495

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

1,426

783

794
(904)
(110)

1
103
104

909
88
0
997

643

October
Projected

1,705

279

353
(695)
(342)

2
213
215

753
83
0
836

1,426

November
Projected

759

(946)

425
(1,661)
(1,236)

14
1,086
1,100

1,301
89
0
1,390

1,705

December
Projected

2,062

1,303

868
(1,556)
(688)

0
94
94

2,002
83
0
2,085

759

2013
January
Projected

2,209

147

325
(773)
(448)

5
476
481

992
83
1
1,076

2,062

February
Projected

533

(1,676)

492
(1,473)
(981)

5
1,774
1,779

916
129
38
1,084

2,209

March
Projected

532

104

6,305
(14,586)
(8,281)

47
6,100
6,147

13,457
996
79
14,532

428

Total

T-55
2,096
(2,097)
0
(1)
4,626
7,986

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

190

Capital Projects

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

176

Debt service

5,485

439

General State Charges

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

1,021
87
1,108

243
16
66
0
2,949
(12)
89
5
80
121
0
15
3,572

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Total State Operations

DISBURSEMENTS:
School Aid
Higher Education
All Other Education
STAR
Medicaid - DOH
Public Health
Mental Hygiene
Children and Families
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Transportation
Unrestricted Aid
All Other
Total Local Assistance Grants

10,112

6,854
1,255
2,003

RECEIPTS:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

TOTAL RECEIPTS

3,360

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

4,849

(3,137)

2,002
(2,014)
0
(12)

11,108

414

387

472

1,119
406
1,525

3,156
18
290
0
3,561
153
99
18
347
547
12
109
8,310

7,983

3,153
1,616
3,214

7,986

May
Results

5,005

156

2,453
(2,452)
0
1

11,792

455

420

402

1,007
504
1,511

2,234
379
450
400
3,069
180
562
286
465
293
294
392
9,004

11,947

6,786
1,938
3,223

4,849

June
Results

4,921

(84)

2,565
(2,577)
33
21

8,966

583

94

510

981
515
1,496

340
269
155
0
3,550
364
167
111
506
333
1
487
6,283

8,861

3,943
1,768
3,150

5,005

July
Projected

4,677

(244)

1,745
(1,750)
33
28

10,296

531

317

516

1,283
558
1,841

721
299
458
0
3,515
278
107
451
483
453
1
325
7,091

10,024

4,148
1,954
3,922

4,921

August
Projected

CASHFLOW
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

5,069

392

2,416
(2,417)
33
32

12,997

538

960

484

993
610
1,603

3,391
52
103
188
3,162
365
576
324
455
391
95
310
9,412

13,357

6,964
2,684
3,709

4,677

September
Projected

4,439

(630)

2,190
(2,195)
33
28

9,994

488

103

609

1,274
592
1,866

965
472
97
10
3,720
254
340
158
449
324
9
130
6,928

9,336

4,197
1,912
3,227

5,069

October
Projected

4,272

(167)

1,704
(1,715)
33
22

9,671

462

213

437

1,066
544
1,610

1,315
22
311
46
3,487
246
88
158
449
524
1
302
6,949

9,482

3,779
2,053
3,650

4,439

November
Projected

2,107

(2,165)

2,657
(2,641)
33
49

14,655

487

1,086

459

1,010
583
1,593

1,940
239
210
2,623
2,808
361
645
304
449
790
206
455
11,030

12,441

7,177
1,834
3,430

4,272

December
Projected

7,491

5,384

2,730
(2,736)
33
27

9,072

463

94

495

1,285
533
1,818

697
34
197
0
3,554
288
296
195
449
172
6
314
6,202

14,429

8,640
1,954
3,835

2,107

2013
January
Projected

8,539

1,048

1,611
(1,614)
33
30

9,055

354

476

260

1,017
711
1,728

993
305
278
0
3,047
254
266
161
379
219
8
327
6,237

10,073

4,520
1,953
3,600

7,491

February
Projected

3,217

(5,322)

3,357
(3,325)
136
168

20,888

1,003

1,774

1,725

1,059
781
1,840

7,067
521
246
9
3,672
395
586
374
498
251
144
783
14,546

15,398

6,146
3,582
5,670

8,539

March
Projected

3,217

(143)

27,526
(27,533)
400
393

133,979

5,968

6,100

6,808

13,115
6,424
19,539

23,062
2,626
2,861
3,276
40,094
3,126
3,821
2,545
5,009
4,418
777
3,949
95,564

133,443

66,307
24,503
42,633

3,360

Total

T-56
2,105
(2,085)
0
20

4,676
8,235

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

144

Capital Projects
3,445

176

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

439

Debt service

133
16
3
0
1,199
2
78
3
62
119
0
12
1,627

DISBURSEMENTS:
School Aid
Higher Education
All Other Education
STAR
Medicaid - DOH
Public Health
Mental Hygiene
Children and Families
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Transportation
Unrestricted Aid
All Other
Total Local Assistance Grants

General State Charges

8,101

TOTAL RECEIPTS

980
79
1,059

6,854
1,243
4

RECEIPTS:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Total State Operations

3,559

OPENING BALANCE

2012
April
Results

5,483

(2,752)

2,048
(1,550)
0
498

8,003

281

387

469

1,072
346
1,418

2,730
18
61
0
1,538
51
82
15
327
546
12
68
5,448

4,753

3,153
1,579
21

8,235

May
Results

5,997

514

2,493
(2,196)
0
297

8,497

336

420

363

962
438
1,400

2,022
379
331
400
1,043
94
554
130
145
291
294
295
5,978

8,714

6,786
1,929
(1)

5,483

June
Results

6,307

310

2,603
(2,322)
33
314

5,695

490

94

499

934
461
1,395

110
268
89
0
1,394
248
156
108
157
330
1
356
3,217

5,691

3,943
1,748
0

5,997

July
Projected

5,651

(656)

1,784
(1,384)
33
433

7,182

418

317

513

1,221
486
1,707

540
298
426
0
1,711
163
93
212
134
450
1
199
4,227

6,093

4,148
1,943
2

6,307

August
Projected

6,101

450

2,539
(2,200)
33
372

9,613

424

960

439

945
492
1,437

3,281
51
101
188
938
237
567
223
106
388
95
178
6,353

9,691

6,964
2,673
54

5,651

September
Projected

CASHFLOW
STATE FUNDS
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

5,847

(254)

2,327
(2,003)
33
357

6,700

374

103

596

1,226
488
1,714

835
471
58
10
1,452
159
330
75
100
321
9
93
3,913

6,089

4,197
1,892
0

6,101

October
Projected

5,265

(582)

1,742
(1,455)
33
320

6,723

349

213

421

1,019
472
1,491

1,180
22
281
46
1,646
137
70
75
100
521
1
170
4,249

5,821

3,779
2,042
0

5,847

November
Projected

3,151

(2,114)

2,772
(2,329)
33
476

11,603

395

1,086

408

961
541
1,502

1,685
238
182
2,623
995
244
602
221
100
787
206
329
8,212

9,013

7,177
1,823
13

5,265

December
Projected

8,512

5,361

2,768
(2,428)
33
373

5,586

385

94

490

1,220
459
1,679

390
33
82
0
1,398
173
278
112
100
169
6
197
2,938

10,574

8,640
1,934
0

3,151

2013
January
Projected

9,536

1,024

1,649
(1,267)
33
415

5,853

284

476

240

968
573
1,541

574
304
189
0
1,298
145
254
78
30
214
8
218
3,312

6,462

4,520
1,941
1

8,512

February
Projected

3,412

(6,124)

3,635
(2,938)
136
833

16,724

1,057

1,774

1,654

962
660
1,622

6,576
520
169
9
1,249
272
579
291
127
242
144
439
10,617

9,767

6,146
3,570
51

9,536

March
Projected

0

0

(619)
619
0
0

0

0

0

0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

Intra-Fund
Transfer
Eliminations

Total

3,412

(147)

27,846
(23,538)
400
4,708

95,624

4,937

6,100

6,531

12,470
5,495
17,965

20,056
2,618
1,972
3,276
15,861
1,925
3,643
1,543
1,488
4,378
777
2,554
60,091

90,769

66,307
24,317
145

3,559

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2013 THROUGH FY 2016
(millions of dollars)

FY 2013
First Quarter

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

3

0

0

0

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
Total receipts

1,146
4,775
5,921

1,123
5,061
6,184

1,101
5,202
6,303

1,079
5,105
6,184

Disbursements:
Medical Assistance Account
HCRA Program Account
Hospital Indigent Care Fund
Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC)
Child Health Plus (CHP)
Public Health
All Other
Total disbursements

3,679
476
792
162
342
129
344
5,924

3,785
499
792
246
377
129
356
6,184

4,025
501
792
270
403
129
183
6,303

3,993
501
792
282
319
129
168
6,184

(3)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Opening fund balance

Change in fund balance
Closing fund balance

Note: Statutory authorization for HCRA expires on March 31, 2014.

T-57

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

Enacted

Change

First
Quarter

3

0

3

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
Total receipts

1,146
4,775
5,921

0
0
0

1,146
4,775
5,921

Disbursements:
Medical Assistance Account
HCRA Program Account
Hospital Indigent Care Fund
Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC)
Child Health Plus (CHP)
Public Health
All Other
Total disbursements

3,679
476
792
162
342
129
344
5,924

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,679
476
792
162
342
129
344
5,924

Opening fund balance

Change in fund balance
Closing fund balance

T-58

(3)

0

(3)

0

0

0

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2012 and FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
First Quarter

Annual
Change

159

3

(156)

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
Total receipts

1,162
4,155
5,317

1,146
4,775
5,921

(16)
620
604

Disbursements:
Medical Assistance Account
HCRA Program Account
Hospital Indigent Care Fund
Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC)
Child Health Plus (CHP)
Public Health
All Other
Total disbursements

3,398
461
785
102
350
137
240
5,473

3,679
476
792
162
342
129
344
5,924

281
15
7
60
(8)
(8)
104
451

Opening fund balance

(156)

Change in fund balance

3

Closing fund balance

T-59

(3)
0

153
(3)

T-60

96
325
374
421

202
0
69
0
0
0
1
272
149
152

Disbursements:
Medical Assistance Account
HCRA Program Account
Hospital Indigent Care Fund
Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC)
Child Health Plus (CHP)
Public Health
All Other
Total disbursements

Change in fund balance

Closing fund balance

3

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
Total receipts

Opening fund balance

April
Results

234

82

315
5
65
5
19
9
0
418

99
401
500

152

May
Results

390

156

198
9
64
6
17
15
17
326

97
385
482

234

June
Results

339

(51)

269
156
66
11
33
8
7
550

105
394
499

390

July
Projected

397

58

286
15
66
10
34
18
5
434

109
383
492

339

August
Projected

293

(104)

274
39
66
11
48
14
85
537

107
326
433

397

September
Projected

385

92

282
7
66
21
20
8
17
421

95
418
513

293

October
Projected

CASH FLOW
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

417

32

286
16
66
21
33
14
3
439

95
376
471

385

November
Projected

319

(98)

281
99
66
21
33
9
74
583

100
385
485

417

December
Projected

248

(71)

400
19
66
21
34
10
4
554

94
389
483

319

January
Projected

162

(86)

361
24
66
21
33
15
13
533

72
375
447

248

February
Projected

0

(162)

525
87
66
14
38
9
118
857

77
618
695

162

March
Projected

0

(3)

3,679
476
792
162
342
129
344
5,924

1,146
4,775
5,921

3

Total

T-61
123
1,054
0
65
0
0
1,242

Disbursements:
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Unemployment Benefits
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

1
98

(82)
(40)

Closing Fund Balance

0
0
0

6
160
5,656
3
0
0
5,825

2,356
170
3,300
5,826

97

Enterprise

FY 2013

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources Over Disbursements and
Other Financing Uses

97
(89)
8

0
1,152
0
1,152

Receipts:
Unemployment Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total receipts

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds

42

Opening Fund Balance

Internal
Service

(85)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
1

(86)

Fiduciary

(138)

(98)

135
(58)
77

125
1,098
0
71
0
0
1,294

0
1,119
0
1,119

(40)

Internal
Service

98

0

0
0
0

7
149
3,481
3
0
0
3,640

2,481
159
1,000
3,640

98

Enterprise

FY 2014

(84)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
1

(85)

Fiduciary

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN
PROPRIETARY AND FIDUCIARY FUNDS
(millions of dollars)

(227)

(89)

103
(49)
54

127
1,071
0
75
0
0
1,273

0
1,130
0
1,130

(138)

Internal
Service

98

0

0
0
0

7
142
3,472
3
0
0
3,624

2,472
152
1,000
3,624

98

Enterprise

FY 2015

(83)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
1

(84)

Fiduciary

(342)

(115)

93
(31)
62

130
1,064
0
78
0
0
1,272

0
1,095
0
1,095

(227)

Internal
Service

98

0

0
0
0

7
129
3,472
3
0
0
3,611

2,472
139
1,000
3,611

98

Enterprise

FY 2016

(82)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
1

(83)

Fiduciary

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

42,751
15,014
27,737
21,529
6,208

50,711
24,603
26,108
18,509
7,599

56,295
25,652
30,643
24,538
6,105

56,692
24,216
32,476
25,643
6,833

57,899
24,216
33,683
26,537
7,146

58,726
24,216
34,510
27,104
7,406

10
10

0
0

70
70

0
0

0
0

0
0

Economic Development, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

45,618
25,790
19,828
13,863
5,965

84,421
51,314
33,107
11,354
21,753

86,774
65,998
20,776
12,601
8,175

68,086
47,409
20,677
12,984
7,693

76,052
54,772
21,280
13,321
7,959

76,307
54,772
21,535
13,576
7,959

Empire State Development Corporation
Local Assistance Grants

35,741
35,741

76,487
76,487

84,088
84,088

71,280
71,280

27,800
27,800

17,800
17,800

Financial Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service

11,283
11,145
138
138

95
95
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

3,471
3,471
2,890
581

3,543
3,543
2,849
694

2,929
2,929
2,485
444

3,056
3,056
2,522
534

3,138
3,138
2,548
590

3,138
3,138
2,548
590

138,874

215,257

230,156

199,114

164,889

155,971

4,637
4,637
4,234
403

4,299
4,299
3,779
520

4,146
4,146
3,791
355

4,175
4,175
3,820
355

4,251
4,251
3,896
355

4,337
4,337
3,982
355

Environmental Conservation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

105,995
2,425
103,570
88,184
15,386

115,047
4,760
110,287
96,204
14,083

96,981
6,325
90,656
80,702
9,954

98,510
4,802
93,708
83,754
9,954

100,076
4,802
95,274
85,320
9,954

101,419
4,802
96,617
86,663
9,954

Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

131,990
11,025
120,965
109,167
11,798

128,296
6,656
121,640
110,931
10,709

120,006
11,262
108,744
100,742
8,002

111,124
2,750
108,374
100,502
7,872

112,472
2,750
109,722
101,850
7,872

114,009
2,750
111,259
103,387
7,872

242,622

247,642

221,133

213,809

216,799

219,765

98,892
97,038
1,854
0
1,854

99,132
98,110
1,022
0
1,022

100,958
98,303
2,655
500
2,155

100,206
97,551
2,655
500
2,155

100,206
97,551
2,655
500
2,155

100,206
97,551
2,655
500
2,155

98,892

99,132

100,958

100,206

100,206

100,206

118,710
117,034
1,676
1,641
35

113,753
111,616
2,137
1,931
206

117,433
115,697
1,736
1,555
181

120,062
118,252
1,810
1,619
191

126,858
124,956
1,902
1,701
201

133,870
131,901
1,969
1,768
201

8,316,084

11,118,360

11,476,681

12,071,191

12,418,088

13,324,765

6,963,485
6,940,238
23,247
500
22,747

9,782,693
9,767,471
15,222
1,438
13,784

10,086,137
10,034,782
51,355
500
50,855

10,661,971
10,605,616
56,355
500
55,855

11,007,244
10,951,389
55,855
500
55,355

11,944,538
11,888,683
55,855
500
55,355

538,370

533,293

568,750

552,250

502,750

443,250

Development Authority of the North Country
Local Assistance Grants

Olympic Regional Development Authority
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Medicaid Administration

T-62

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
538,370

FY 2012
Results
533,293

FY 2013
Updated
568,750

FY 2014
Projected
552,250

FY 2015
Projected
502,750

FY 2016
Projected
443,250

Public Health
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

814,229
647,875
166,354
60,522
105,832

802,374
649,730
152,644
60,955
91,689

821,794
663,907
157,887
57,236
100,651

856,970
671,834
185,136
69,985
115,151

908,094
709,438
198,656
76,505
122,151

936,977
735,328
201,649
79,498
122,151

Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

24,095
24,095
16,930
7,165

21,548
21,548
16,030
5,518

21,095
21,095
14,679
6,416

21,896
21,896
15,150
6,746

23,121
23,121
16,025
7,096

23,592
23,592
16,496
7,096

8,458,889

11,253,661

11,615,209

12,213,149

12,568,067

13,482,227

Children and Family Services, Office of

1,928,797

1,824,164

1,826,214

2,173,353

2,258,188

2,358,277

OCFS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,859,442
1,594,168
265,274
163,689
101,585

1,710,996
1,486,807
224,189
143,835
80,354

1,732,763
1,448,810
283,953
182,960
100,993

2,055,985
1,773,072
282,913
171,207
111,706

2,136,215
1,867,364
268,851
160,048
108,803

2,231,554
1,965,999
265,555
158,198
107,357

69,355
69,355

113,168
113,168

93,451
93,451

117,368
117,368

121,973
121,973

126,723
126,723

Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

62,719
43,306
19,413
11,572
7,841

60,205
44,110
16,095
8,692
7,403

64,164
49,117
15,047
9,479
5,568

58,413
43,375
15,038
9,464
5,574

58,727
43,375
15,352
9,762
5,590

59,212
43,375
15,837
10,182
5,655

Human Rights, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

14,165
14,165
12,932
1,233

12,000
12,000
10,679
1,321

10,755
10,755
9,841
914

10,958
10,958
9,927
1,031

11,269
11,269
10,207
1,062

11,614
11,614
10,522
1,092

Labor, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

11,516
11,114
402
309
93

3,512
3,512
0
0
0

29,837
29,837
0
0
0

2,725
2,725
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

National and Community Service
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

381
0
381
304
77

332
38
294
292
2

601
350
251
210
41

683
350
333
292
41

687
350
337
295
42

687
350
337
295
42

1,928
666
1,262
1,098
164

1,797
541
1,256
1,040
216

2,092
685
1,407
1,313
94

2,109
685
1,424
1,324
100

2,148
685
1,463
1,356
107

2,192
685
1,507
1,389
118

1,254,805

1,443,874

1,686,265

1,747,850

1,657,364

1,683,647

1,043,865
1,043,865

1,266,866
1,266,866

1,380,273
1,380,273

1,440,999
1,440,999

1,339,348
1,339,348

1,366,061
1,366,061

305,992
103,493
202,499
83,922
118,577

306,851
101,893
204,958
85,979
118,979

318,016
101,893
216,123
90,656
125,467

317,586
103,293
214,293
93,056
121,237

Local Assistance Grants

Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE

OCFS - Other
Local Assistance Grants

Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service

210,940
152,334
58,606
14,094
44,512

177,008
137,649
39,359
(3,913)
43,272

326
326
326

287
287
287

293
293
293

307
307
307

318
318
318

325
325
325

3,274,637

3,346,171

3,620,221

3,996,398

3,988,701

4,115,954

142,096

39,742

37,739

37,408

37,408

37,408

OASAS
Local Assistance Grants

93,007
93,007

7,591
7,591

5,059
5,059

4,728
4,728

4,728
4,728

4,728
4,728

OASAS - Other
Local Assistance Grants

49,089
49,089

32,151
32,151

32,680
32,680

32,680
32,680

32,680
32,680

32,680
32,680

Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of

T-63

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
Mental Health, Office of

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

539,404

427,441

383,781

411,865

438,687

471,000

OMH
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

115,992
115,741
251
167
84

19,293
19,185
108
0
108

1,132
332
800
0
800

800
0
800
0
800

800
0
800
0
800

800
0
800
0
800

OMH - Other
Local Assistance Grants

423,412
423,412

408,148
408,148

382,649
382,649

411,065
411,065

437,887
437,887

470,200
470,200

1,557,858

1,594,653

1,524,553

1,691,689

1,784,357

1,845,723

OPWDD
Local Assistance Grants

119,052
119,052

10,256
10,256

950
950

0
0

0
0

0
0

OPWDD - Other
Local Assistance Grants

1,438,806
1,438,806

1,584,397
1,584,397

1,523,603
1,523,603

1,691,689
1,691,689

1,784,357
1,784,357

1,845,723
1,845,723

4,434
229
4,205
3,228
977

3,695
170
3,525
2,650
875

5,320
170
5,150
4,183
967

5,921
170
5,751
4,728
1,023

6,027
170
5,857
4,811
1,046

6,142
170
5,972
4,901
1,071

2,243,792

2,065,531

1,951,393

2,146,883

2,266,479

2,360,273

Correction, Commission of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,419
2,419
2,082
337

2,251
2,251
1,890
361

2,672
2,672
2,398
274

2,711
2,711
2,414
297

2,787
2,787
2,481
306

2,864
2,864
2,548
316

Correctional Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,586,638
10,386
2,574,252
2,043,633
530,619
2,000

2,475,776
5,594
2,470,182
1,959,956
510,226
0

2,708,312
6,051
2,702,261
2,231,446
470,815
0

2,582,036
6,000
2,576,036
2,085,665
490,371
0

2,653,629
6,000
2,647,629
2,136,783
510,846
0

2,810,513
6,000
2,804,513
2,272,227
532,286
0

0
0

0
0

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

12,500
12,500

Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

183,551
127,375
56,176
34,492
21,684

170,156
119,311
50,845
32,650
18,195

178,587
126,756
51,831
33,540
18,291

175,562
118,696
56,866
34,141
22,725

173,460
118,856
54,604
34,974
19,630

174,877
118,856
56,021
35,930
20,091

Disaster Assistance
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

20,811
20,811
9,685
11,126

42,700
42,700
0
42,700

30,000
30,000
0
30,000

34,500
34,500
0
34,500

0
0
0
0

30,067
17,552
12,515
6,197
6,318

27,006
19,575
7,431
6,637
794

39,838
34,088
5,750
5,750
0

38,248
32,438
5,810
5,810
0

22,037
15,963
6,074
6,074
0

10,588
4,222
6,366
6,366
0

Judicial Commissions
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

4,944
4,944
3,723
1,221

4,979
4,979
3,794
1,185

5,452
5,452
4,093
1,359

5,577
5,577
4,124
1,453

5,795
5,795
4,237
1,558

5,990
5,990
4,357
1,633

Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

21,953
725
21,228
17,690
3,538

21,669
761
20,908
15,798
5,110

22,398
867
21,531
15,744
5,787

22,654
850
21,804
15,872
5,932

23,007
850
22,157
16,077
6,080

23,376
850
22,526
16,294
6,232

0
0
0

0
0
0

600
600
600

600
600
600

600
600
600

600
600
600

463,968
463,968
421,015
42,953

432,573
432,573
400,214
32,359

554,450
554,450
514,900
39,550

567,435
567,435
516,883
50,552

572,633
572,633
520,644
51,989

585,637
585,637
528,648
56,989

3,293,540

3,155,221

3,566,509

3,436,323

3,499,948

3,626,945

People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for

Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Functional Total
PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Local Assistance Grants

Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Public Security and Emergency Response
State Operations
Personal Service
State Police, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Functional Total

T-64

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

1,182,813
1,182,813

1,202,410
1,202,410

1,219,184
1,219,184

1,342,367
1,342,367

1,405,128
1,405,128

1,473,272
1,473,272

910,001
907,514
2,487
2,487

903,933
903,933
0
0

985,349
985,349
0
0

1,014,412
1,014,412
0
0

1,025,891
1,025,891
0
0

1,710,963
472,818
1,029,227
760,404
268,823
208,918

1,627,533
481,591
942,702
703,450
239,252
203,240

1,356,218
462,404
683,759
548,343
135,416
210,055

678,106
468,051
0
0
0
210,055

678,106
468,051
0
0
0
210,055

678,106
468,051
0
0
0
210,055

3,682,801

3,739,944

3,479,335

3,005,822

3,097,646

3,177,269

45,173
40,479
4,694
3,098
1,596

33,659
29,571
4,088
2,266
1,822

39,955
35,835
4,120
2,298
1,822

35,957
31,835
4,122
2,300
1,822

36,003
31,835
4,168
2,346
1,822

36,053
31,835
4,218
2,396
1,822

Education, Department of

20,206,427

18,507,638

19,006,748

19,867,798

20,743,381

21,764,086

School Aid
Local Assistance Grants

18,705,305
18,705,305

16,777,944
16,777,944

17,003,331
17,003,331

17,831,835
17,831,835

18,640,727
18,640,727

19,585,362
19,585,362

Special Education Categorical Programs
Local Assistance Grants

924,218
924,218

1,175,990
1,175,990

1,357,636
1,357,636

1,455,616
1,455,616

1,529,216
1,529,216

1,604,116
1,604,116

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

576,904
534,933
40,446
24,420
16,026
1,525

553,704
508,706
43,412
24,983
18,429
1,586

645,781
603,447
42,334
24,498
17,836
0

580,347
536,468
43,879
24,543
19,336
0

573,438
529,227
44,211
24,875
19,336
0

574,608
530,012
44,596
25,260
19,336
0

20,251,600

18,541,297

19,046,703

19,903,755

20,779,384

21,800,139

Budget, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

22,928
22,928
20,633
2,295

20,635
20,635
19,252
1,383

22,029
22,029
20,177
1,852

22,409
22,409
20,841
1,568

23,948
23,948
22,212
1,736

24,720
24,720
22,939
1,781

Civil Service, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

16,392
16,392
15,599
793

13,755
13,755
12,935
820

13,575
13,575
12,897
678

14,682
14,682
14,009
673

15,035
15,035
14,357
678

15,428
15,428
14,745
683

Deferred Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

113
113
30
83

46
46
30
16

53
53
29
24

54
54
29
25

56
56
30
26

57
57
31
26

Elections, State Board of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

6,096
582
5,514
4,205
1,309

5,566
415
5,151
4,065
1,086

7,649
2,700
4,949
4,144
805

5,179
0
5,179
4,254
925

35,316
30,000
5,316
4,370
946

5,462
0
5,462
4,495
967

Employee Relations, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,000
3,000
2,909
91

2,604
2,604
2,529
75

2,632
2,632
2,551
81

2,652
2,652
2,570
82

2,728
2,728
2,646
82

2,811
2,811
2,728
83

General Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

119,460
28
119,432
52,715
66,717

109,503
0
109,503
45,756
63,747

146,188
19
146,169
47,230
98,939

130,031
0
130,031
48,020
82,011

124,633
0
124,633
49,082
75,551

127,347
0
127,347
50,397
76,950

5,633
5,633
5,519

5,392
5,392
5,067

6,523
6,523
6,083

6,630
6,630
6,129

6,883
6,883
6,301

7,109
7,109
6,485

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
State University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Functional Total

789,025
791,507
(2,482)
(2,482)

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service

T-65

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)

Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2011
Results
114

FY 2012
Results
325

FY 2013
Updated
440

FY 2014
Projected
501

FY 2015
Projected
582

FY 2016
Projected
624

Labor Management Committees
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

32,243
32,243
9,872
22,371

23,192
23,192
8,359
14,833

33,538
33,538
5,500
28,038

32,792
32,792
5,504
27,288

34,944
34,944
6,119
28,825

40,109
40,109
6,366
33,743

Public Employment Relations Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,660
3,660
3,211
449

3,309
3,309
2,907
402

3,340
3,340
2,938
402

3,655
3,655
2,960
695

3,761
3,761
3,046
715

3,853
3,853
3,138
715

Public Integrity, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,794
3,794
3,017
777

3,217
3,217
2,492
725

4,016
4,016
3,166
850

4,486
4,486
3,190
1,296

4,600
4,600
3,282
1,318

4,720
4,720
3,380
1,340

Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,653
1,653
1,537
116

83
83
80
3

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

State, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

36,483
19,682
16,801
12,295
4,506

23,909
9,417
14,492
10,688
3,804

30,912
15,579
15,333
12,721
2,612

19,187
3,338
15,849
13,091
2,758

19,706
3,338
16,368
13,468
2,900

19,969
3,338
16,631
13,731
2,900

Tax Appeals, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,134
3,134
2,776
358

2,850
2,850
2,483
367

3,101
3,101
2,900
201

2,813
2,813
2,601
212

2,894
2,894
2,673
221

2,948
2,948
2,727
221

Taxation and Finance, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

366,317
5,270
361,047
296,271
64,776

314,780
6,487
308,293
249,825
58,468

324,461
926
323,535
260,866
62,669

325,015
926
324,089
259,558
64,531

335,037
926
334,111
267,933
66,178

341,752
926
340,826
274,648
66,178

Technology, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

22,902
884
22,018
11,208
10,810

19,129
171
18,958
10,456
8,502

21,994
0
21,994
13,586
8,408

21,305
0
21,305
13,595
7,710

23,877
0
23,877
13,907
9,970

23,485
0
23,485
14,246
9,239

Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

14,069
8,044
6,025
5,570
455

12,884
7,572
5,312
4,868
444

14,106
8,117
5,989
5,050
939

12,949
7,397
5,552
5,123
429

13,155
7,457
5,698
5,259
439

13,383
7,517
5,866
5,416
450

657,877

560,854

634,117

603,839

646,573

633,153

Audit and Control, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

167,190
31,598
135,592
107,384
28,208

152,602
32,005
120,597
93,084
27,513

155,642
32,024
123,618
97,964
25,654

157,172
32,024
125,148
98,828
26,320

160,521
32,024
128,497
101,494
27,003

164,148
32,024
132,124
104,421
27,703

Executive Chamber
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

12,880
12,880
10,963
1,917

13,256
13,256
10,210
3,046

13,578
13,578
11,338
2,240

13,836
13,836
11,495
2,341

14,773
14,773
12,238
2,535

15,185
15,185
12,589
2,596

Judiciary
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,339,911
4,884
1,792,790
1,467,042
325,748
542,237

2,306,525
2,502
1,731,513
1,408,958
322,555
572,510

2,312,000
2,500
1,749,600
1,410,600
339,000
559,900

2,444,446
17,500
1,807,614
1,456,134
351,480
619,332

2,569,206
17,500
1,892,952
1,503,142
389,810
658,754

2,696,602
17,500
1,986,894
1,559,092
427,802
692,208

Law, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

110,613
110,613
96,314
14,299

98,360
98,360
83,740
14,620

98,914
98,914
83,937
14,977

96,220
96,220
83,944
12,276

98,947
98,947
86,364
12,583

101,937
101,937
89,040
12,897

Legislature
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

221,740
221,740
174,096
47,644

196,024
196,024
151,882
44,142

217,845
217,845
165,284
52,561

220,399
220,399
166,524
53,875

222,995
222,995
167,773
55,222

225,633
225,633
169,031
56,602

Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

304
304
281
23

408
408
289
119

614
614
480
134

614
614
494
120

665
665
515
150

680
680
543
137

2,852,638

2,767,175

2,798,593

2,932,687

3,067,107

3,204,185

Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Local Assistance Grants

738,940
738,940

721,034
721,034

739,655
739,655

757,414
757,414

772,589
772,589

775,357
775,357

Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Local Assistance Grants

4,604
4,604

4,714
4,714

9,636
9,636

3,805
3,805

0
0

0
0

Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

3,920
3,920

1,960
1,960

2,000
2,000

1,960
1,960

1,960
1,960

1,960
1,960

25,800
25,800

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

2,066
2,066

217
217

218
218

218
218

218
218

218
218

775,330

753,792

777,376

789,264

800,634

803,402

General State Charges
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

3,432,021
5,561
3,835
1,726
3,426,460

3,941,782
3,676
2,091
1,585
3,938,106

3,724,334
0
0
0
3,724,334

4,055,224
0
0
0
4,055,224

4,361,309
0
0
0
4,361,309

4,619,948
0
0
0
4,619,948

Long-Term Debt Service
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0

551
551
551

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Functional Total
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE

Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Local Assistance Grants
Small Government Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES

Miscellaneous
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Functional Total
TOTAL GENERAL FUND SPENDING

(37,343)
(44,723)
1,549
25
1,524
5,831

(55,015)
(60,566)
1,447
51
1,396
4,104

404,513
336,957
63,136
25,052
38,084
4,420

279,824
382,677
(107,273)
(24,948)
(82,325)
4,420

304,356
325,882
(25,946)
(9,947)
(15,999)
4,420

451,071
401,790
44,861
45,054
(193)
4,420

3,394,678

3,887,318

4,128,847

4,335,048

4,665,665

5,071,019

49,366,170

50,632,995

52,170,550

53,876,297

55,862,098

58,750,508

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total

42,751
10
45,618
35,741
11,283
3,471
138,874

50,711
0
84,421
76,487
95
3,543
215,257

56,295
70
86,774
84,088
0
2,929
230,156

56,692
0
68,086
71,280
0
3,056
199,114

57,899
0
76,052
27,800
0
3,138
164,889

58,726
0
76,307
17,800
0
3,138
155,971

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,637
105,995
131,990
242,622

4,299
115,047
128,296
247,642

4,146
96,981
120,006
221,133

4,175
98,510
111,124
213,809

4,251
100,076
112,472
216,799

4,337
101,419
114,009
219,765

98,892
98,892

99,132
99,132

100,958
100,958

100,206
100,206

100,206
100,206

100,206
100,206

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total

118,710
8,316,084
6,963,485
538,370
814,229
24,095
8,458,889

113,753
11,118,360
9,782,693
533,293
802,374
21,548
11,253,661

117,433
11,476,681
10,086,137
568,750
821,794
21,095
11,615,209

120,062
12,071,191
10,661,971
552,250
856,970
21,896
12,213,149

126,858
12,418,088
11,007,244
502,750
908,094
23,121
12,568,067

133,870
13,324,765
11,944,538
443,250
936,977
23,592
13,482,227

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Functional Total

1,928,797
1,859,442
69,355
62,719
14,165
11,516
381
1,928
1,254,805
1,043,865
210,940
326
3,274,637

1,824,164
1,710,996
113,168
60,205
12,000
3,512
332
1,797
1,443,874
1,266,866
177,008
287
3,346,171

1,826,214
1,732,763
93,451
64,164
10,755
29,837
601
2,092
1,686,265
1,380,273
305,992
293
3,620,221

2,173,353
2,055,985
117,368
58,413
10,958
2,725
683
2,109
1,747,850
1,440,999
306,851
307
3,996,398

2,258,188
2,136,215
121,973
58,727
11,269
0
687
2,148
1,657,364
1,339,348
318,016
318
3,988,701

2,358,277
2,231,554
126,723
59,212
11,614
0
687
2,192
1,683,647
1,366,061
317,586
325
4,115,954

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

142,096
93,007
49,089
539,404
115,992
423,412
1,557,858
119,052
1,438,806
4,434
2,243,792

39,742
7,591
32,151
427,441
19,293
408,148
1,594,653
10,256
1,584,397
3,695
2,065,531

37,739
5,059
32,680
383,781
1,132
382,649
1,524,553
950
1,523,603
5,320
1,951,393

37,408
4,728
32,680
411,865
800
411,065
1,691,689
0
1,691,689
5,921
2,146,883

37,408
4,728
32,680
438,687
800
437,887
1,784,357
0
1,784,357
6,027
2,266,479

37,408
4,728
32,680
471,000
800
470,200
1,845,723
0
1,845,723
6,142
2,360,273

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

2,419
2,586,638
0
183,551
0
30,067
4,944
21,953
0
463,968
3,293,540

2,251
2,475,776
0
170,156
20,811
27,006
4,979
21,669
0
432,573
3,155,221

2,672
2,708,312
11,500
178,587
42,700
39,838
5,452
22,398
600
554,450
3,566,509

2,711
2,582,036
11,500
175,562
30,000
38,248
5,577
22,654
600
567,435
3,436,323

2,787
2,653,629
11,500
173,460
34,500
22,037
5,795
23,007
600
572,633
3,499,948

2,864
2,810,513
12,500
174,877
0
10,588
5,990
23,376
600
585,637
3,626,945

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York

1,182,813
789,025
1,710,963

1,202,410
910,001
1,627,533

1,219,184
903,933
1,356,218

1,342,367
985,349
678,106

1,405,128
1,014,412
678,106

1,473,272
1,025,891
678,106

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-68

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)

Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL GENERAL FUND SPENDING

FY 2011
Results
3,682,801

FY 2012
Results
3,739,944

FY 2013
Updated
3,479,335

FY 2014
Projected
3,005,822

FY 2015
Projected
3,097,646

FY 2016
Projected
3,177,269

45,173
20,206,427
18,705,305
924,218
576,904
20,251,600

33,659
18,507,638
16,777,944
1,175,990
553,704
18,541,297

39,955
19,006,748
17,003,331
1,357,636
645,781
19,046,703

35,957
19,867,798
17,831,835
1,455,616
580,347
19,903,755

36,003
20,743,381
18,640,727
1,529,216
573,438
20,779,384

36,053
21,764,086
19,585,362
1,604,116
574,608
21,800,139

22,928
16,392
113
6,096
3,000
119,460
5,633
32,243
3,660
3,794
1,653
36,483
3,134
366,317
22,902
14,069
657,877

20,635
13,755
46
5,566
2,604
109,503
5,392
23,192
3,309
3,217
83
23,909
2,850
314,780
19,129
12,884
560,854

22,029
13,575
53
7,649
2,632
146,188
6,523
33,538
3,340
4,016
0
30,912
3,101
324,461
21,994
14,106
634,117

22,409
14,682
54
5,179
2,652
130,031
6,630
32,792
3,655
4,486
0
19,187
2,813
325,015
21,305
12,949
603,839

23,948
15,035
56
35,316
2,728
124,633
6,883
34,944
3,761
4,600
0
19,706
2,894
335,037
23,877
13,155
646,573

24,720
15,428
57
5,462
2,811
127,347
7,109
40,109
3,853
4,720
0
19,969
2,948
341,752
23,485
13,383
633,153

167,190
12,880
2,339,911
110,613
221,740
304
2,852,638

152,602
13,256
2,306,525
98,360
196,024
408
2,767,175

155,642
13,578
2,312,000
98,914
217,845
614
2,798,593

157,172
13,836
2,444,446
96,220
220,399
614
2,932,687

160,521
14,773
2,569,206
98,947
222,995
665
3,067,107

164,148
15,185
2,696,602
101,937
225,633
680
3,204,185

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

3,432,021
0
(37,343)
3,394,678

3,941,782
551
(55,015)
3,887,318

3,724,334
0
404,513
4,128,847

4,055,224
0
279,824
4,335,048

4,361,309
0
304,356
4,665,665

4,619,948
0
451,071
5,071,019

52,170,550

53,876,297

55,862,098

58,750,508

49,366,170

50,632,995

GSC: Agency disbursements include grants to local governments, state operations and general state charges, which is a departure from prior Financial plan publications. In prior
reports, general state charges were excluded from agency spending totals.

T-69

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Financial Services, Department of
Functional Total

15,014
10
25,790
35,741
11,145
87,700

24,603
0
51,314
76,487
95
152,499

25,652
70
65,998
84,088
0
175,808

24,216
0
47,409
71,280
0
142,905

24,216
0
54,772
27,800
0
106,788

24,216
0
54,772
17,800
0
96,788

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

2,425
11,025
13,450

4,760
6,656
11,416

6,325
11,262
17,587

4,802
2,750
7,552

4,802
2,750
7,552

4,802
2,750
7,552

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

97,038
97,038

98,110
98,110

98,303
98,303

97,551
97,551

97,551
97,551

97,551
97,551

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Functional Total

117,034
8,126,483
6,940,238
538,370
647,875
8,243,517

111,616
10,950,494
9,767,471
533,293
649,730
11,062,110

115,697
11,267,439
10,034,782
568,750
663,907
11,383,136

118,252
11,829,700
10,605,616
552,250
671,834
11,947,952

124,956
12,163,577
10,951,389
502,750
709,438
12,288,533

131,901
13,067,261
11,888,683
443,250
735,328
13,199,162

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,663,523
1,594,168
69,355
43,306
11,114
0
666
1,196,199
1,043,865
152,334
2,914,808

1,599,975
1,486,807
113,168
44,110
3,512
38
541
1,404,515
1,266,866
137,649
3,052,691

1,542,261
1,448,810
93,451
49,117
29,837
350
685
1,483,766
1,380,273
103,493
3,106,016

1,890,440
1,773,072
117,368
43,375
2,725
350
685
1,542,892
1,440,999
101,893
3,480,467

1,989,337
1,867,364
121,973
43,375
0
350
685
1,441,241
1,339,348
101,893
3,474,988

2,092,722
1,965,999
126,723
43,375
0
350
685
1,469,354
1,366,061
103,293
3,606,486

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

142,096
93,007
49,089
539,153
115,741
423,412
1,557,858
119,052
1,438,806
229
2,239,336

39,742
7,591
32,151
427,333
19,185
408,148
1,594,653
10,256
1,584,397
170
2,061,898

37,739
5,059
32,680
382,981
332
382,649
1,524,553
950
1,523,603
170
1,945,443

37,408
4,728
32,680
411,065
0
411,065
1,691,689
0
1,691,689
170
2,140,332

37,408
4,728
32,680
437,887
0
437,887
1,784,357
0
1,784,357
170
2,259,822

37,408
4,728
32,680
470,200
0
470,200
1,845,723
0
1,845,723
170
2,353,501

10,386
0
127,375
17,552
725
156,038

5,594
0
119,311
19,575
761
145,241

6,051
11,500
126,756
34,088
867
179,262

6,000
11,500
118,696
32,438
850
169,484

6,000
11,500
118,856
15,963
850
153,169

6,000
12,500
118,856
4,222
850
142,428

1,182,813
791,507
472,818
2,447,138

1,202,410
907,514
481,591
2,591,515

1,219,184
903,933
462,404
2,585,521

1,342,367
985,349
468,051
2,795,767

1,405,128
1,014,412
468,051
2,887,591

1,473,272
1,025,891
468,051
2,967,214

40,479
20,164,456
18,705,305
924,218
534,933
20,204,935

29,571
18,462,640
16,777,944
1,175,990
508,706
18,492,211

35,835
18,964,414
17,003,331
1,357,636
603,447
19,000,249

31,835
19,823,919
17,831,835
1,455,616
536,468
19,855,754

31,835
20,699,170
18,640,727
1,529,216
529,227
20,731,005

31,835
21,719,490
19,585,362
1,604,116
530,012
21,751,325

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

T-70

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

582
28
19,682
5,270
884
8,044
34,490

415
0
9,417
6,487
171
7,572
24,062

2,700
19
15,579
926
0
8,117
27,341

0
0
3,338
926
0
7,397
11,661

30,000
0
3,338
926
0
7,457
41,721

0
0
3,338
926
0
7,517
11,781

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

31,598
4,884
36,482

32,005
2,502
34,507

32,024
2,500
34,524

32,024
17,500
49,524

32,024
17,500
49,524

32,024
17,500
49,524

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

(44,723)
(44,723)

(60,566)
(60,566)

336,957
336,957

382,677
382,677

325,882
325,882

401,790
401,790

39,667,523

41,870,890

43,224,760

45,488,504

TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

37,205,539

T-71

38,419,486

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

27,737
19,828
138
3,471
51,174

26,108
33,107
0
3,543
62,758

30,643
20,776
0
2,929
54,348

32,476
20,677
0
3,056
56,209

33,683
21,280
0
3,138
58,101

34,510
21,535
0
3,138
59,183

4,637
103,570
120,965
229,172

4,299
110,287
121,640
236,226

4,146
90,656
108,744
203,546

4,175
93,708
108,374
206,257

4,251
95,274
109,722
209,247

4,337
96,617
111,259
212,213

1,854
1,854

1,022
1,022

2,655
2,655

2,655
2,655

2,655
2,655

2,655
2,655

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total

1,676
189,601
23,247
166,354
24,095
215,372

2,137
167,866
15,222
152,644
21,548
191,551

1,736
209,242
51,355
157,887
21,095
232,073

1,810
241,491
56,355
185,136
21,896
265,197

1,902
254,511
55,855
198,656
23,121
279,534

1,969
257,504
55,855
201,649
23,592
283,065

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Functional Total

265,274
265,274
19,413
14,165
402
381
1,262
58,606
58,606
326
359,829

224,189
224,189
16,095
12,000
0
294
1,256
39,359
39,359
287
293,480

283,953
283,953
15,047
10,755
0
251
1,407
202,499
202,499
293
514,205

282,913
282,913
15,038
10,958
0
333
1,424
204,958
204,958
307
515,931

268,851
268,851
15,352
11,269
0
337
1,463
216,123
216,123
318
513,713

265,555
265,555
15,837
11,614
0
337
1,507
214,293
214,293
325
509,468

251
251
4,205
4,456

108
108
3,525
3,633

800
800
5,150
5,950

800
800
5,751
6,551

800
800
5,857
6,657

800
800
5,972
6,772

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

2,419
2,574,252
56,176
0
12,515
4,944
21,228
0
463,968
3,135,502

2,251
2,470,182
50,845
20,811
7,431
4,979
20,908
0
432,573
3,009,980

2,672
2,702,261
51,831
42,700
5,750
5,452
21,531
600
554,450
3,387,247

2,711
2,576,036
56,866
30,000
5,810
5,577
21,804
600
567,435
3,266,839

2,787
2,647,629
54,604
34,500
6,074
5,795
22,157
600
572,633
3,346,779

2,864
2,804,513
56,021
0
6,366
5,990
22,526
600
585,637
3,484,517

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

(2,482)
1,029,227
1,026,745

2,487
942,702
945,189

0
683,759
683,759

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4,694
40,446
40,446
45,140

4,088
43,412
43,412
47,500

4,120
42,334
42,334
46,454

4,122
43,879
43,879
48,001

4,168
44,211
44,211
48,379

4,218
44,596
44,596
48,814

22,928
16,392
113
5,514
3,000
119,432
5,633

20,635
13,755
46
5,151
2,604
109,503
5,392

22,029
13,575
53
4,949
2,632
146,169
6,523

22,409
14,682
54
5,179
2,652
130,031
6,630

23,948
15,035
56
5,316
2,728
124,633
6,883

24,720
15,428
57
5,462
2,811
127,347
7,109

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

MENTAL HYGIENE
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the

T-72

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)

Labor Management Committees
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
32,243
3,660
3,794
1,653
16,801
3,134
361,047
22,018
6,025
623,387

FY 2012
Results
23,192
3,309
3,217
83
14,492
2,850
308,293
18,958
5,312
536,792

FY 2013
Updated
33,538
3,340
4,016
0
15,333
3,101
323,535
21,994
5,989
606,776

FY 2014
Projected
32,792
3,655
4,486
0
15,849
2,813
324,089
21,305
5,552
592,178

FY 2015
Projected
34,944
3,761
4,600
0
16,368
2,894
334,111
23,877
5,698
604,852

FY 2016
Projected
40,109
3,853
4,720
0
16,631
2,948
340,826
23,485
5,866
621,372

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

135,592
12,880
1,792,790
110,613
221,740
304
2,273,919

120,597
13,256
1,731,513
98,360
196,024
408
2,160,158

123,618
13,578
1,749,600
98,914
217,845
614
2,204,169

125,148
13,836
1,807,614
96,220
220,399
614
2,263,831

128,497
14,773
1,892,952
98,947
222,995
665
2,358,829

132,124
15,185
1,986,894
101,937
225,633
680
2,462,453

5,561
0
1,549
7,110

3,676
551
1,447
5,674

0
0
63,136
63,136

7,973,660

7,493,963

8,004,318

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE OPERATIONS SPENDING

T-73

0
0
(107,273)
(107,273)
7,116,376

0
0
(25,946)
(25,946)
7,402,800

0
0
44,861
44,861
7,735,373

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

21,529
13,863
138
2,890
38,420

18,509
11,354
0
2,849
32,712

24,538
12,601
0
2,485
39,624

25,643
12,984
0
2,522
41,149

26,537
13,321
0
2,548
42,406

27,104
13,576
0
2,548
43,228

4,234
88,184
109,167
201,585

3,779
96,204
110,931
210,914

3,791
80,702
100,742
185,235

3,820
83,754
100,502
188,076

3,896
85,320
101,850
191,066

3,982
86,663
103,387
194,032

0
0

0
0

500
500

500
500

500
500

500
500

1,641
61,022
500
60,522
16,930
79,593

1,931
62,393
1,438
60,955
16,030
80,354

1,555
57,736
500
57,236
14,679
73,970

1,619
70,485
500
69,985
15,150
87,254

1,701
77,005
500
76,505
16,025
94,731

1,768
79,998
500
79,498
16,496
98,262

163,689
163,689
11,572
12,932
309
304
1,098
14,094
14,094
326
204,324

143,835
143,835
8,692
10,679
0
292
1,040
(3,913)
(3,913)
287
160,912

182,960
182,960
9,479
9,841
0
210
1,313
83,922
83,922
293
288,018

171,207
171,207
9,464
9,927
0
292
1,324
85,979
85,979
307
278,500

160,048
160,048
9,762
10,207
0
295
1,356
90,656
90,656
318
272,642

158,198
158,198
10,182
10,522
0
295
1,389
93,056
93,056
325
273,967

167
167
3,228
3,395

0
0
2,650
2,650

0
0
4,183
4,183

0
0
4,728
4,728

0
0
4,811
4,811

0
0
4,901
4,901

2,082
2,043,633
34,492
0
6,197
3,723
17,690
0
421,015
2,528,832

1,890
1,959,956
32,650
9,685
6,637
3,794
15,798
0
400,214
2,430,624

2,398
2,231,446
33,540
0
5,750
4,093
15,744
600
514,900
2,808,471

2,414
2,085,665
34,141
0
5,810
4,124
15,872
600
516,883
2,665,509

2,481
2,136,783
34,974
0
6,074
4,237
16,077
600
520,644
2,721,870

2,548
2,272,227
35,930
0
6,366
4,357
16,294
600
528,648
2,866,970

760,404
760,404

703,450
703,450

548,343
548,343

0
0

0
0

0
0

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

3,098
24,420
24,420
27,518

2,266
24,983
24,983
27,249

2,298
24,498
24,498
26,796

2,300
24,543
24,543
26,843

2,346
24,875
24,875
27,221

2,396
25,260
25,260
27,656

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of

20,633
15,599
30
4,205
2,909

19,252
12,935
30
4,065
2,529

20,177
12,897
29
4,144
2,551

20,841
14,009
29
4,254
2,570

22,212
14,357
30
4,370
2,646

22,939
14,745
31
4,495
2,728

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
State University of New York
Functional Total

T-74

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)

General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
52,715
5,519
9,872
3,211
3,017
1,537
12,295
2,776
296,271
11,208
5,570
447,367

FY 2012
Results
45,756
5,067
8,359
2,907
2,492
80
10,688
2,483
249,825
10,456
4,868
381,792

FY 2013
Updated
47,230
6,083
5,500
2,938
3,166
0
12,721
2,900
260,866
13,586
5,050
399,838

FY 2014
Projected
48,020
6,129
5,504
2,960
3,190
0
13,091
2,601
259,558
13,595
5,123
401,474

FY 2015
Projected
49,082
6,301
6,119
3,046
3,282
0
13,468
2,673
267,933
13,907
5,259
414,685

FY 2016
Projected
50,397
6,485
6,366
3,138
3,380
0
13,731
2,727
274,648
14,246
5,416
425,472

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

107,384
10,963
1,467,042
96,314
174,096
281
1,856,080

93,084
10,210
1,408,958
83,740
151,882
289
1,748,163

97,964
11,338
1,410,600
83,937
165,284
480
1,769,603

98,828
11,495
1,456,134
83,944
166,524
494
1,817,419

101,494
12,238
1,503,142
86,364
167,773
515
1,871,526

104,421
12,589
1,559,092
89,040
169,031
543
1,934,716

3,835
25
3,860

2,091
51
2,142

0
25,052
25,052

6,151,378

5,780,962

6,169,633

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING

T-75

0
(24,948)
(24,948)
5,486,504

0
(9,947)
(9,947)
5,631,511

0
45,054
45,054
5,914,758

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total

6,208
5,965
581
12,754

7,599
21,753
694
30,046

6,105
8,175
444
14,724

6,833
7,693
534
15,060

7,146
7,959
590
15,695

7,406
7,959
590
15,955

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

403
15,386
11,798
27,587

520
14,083
10,709
25,312

355
9,954
8,002
18,311

355
9,954
7,872
18,181

355
9,954
7,872
18,181

355
9,954
7,872
18,181

1,854
1,854

1,022
1,022

2,155
2,155

2,155
2,155

2,155
2,155

2,155
2,155

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total

35
128,579
22,747
105,832
7,165
135,779

206
105,473
13,784
91,689
5,518
111,197

181
151,506
50,855
100,651
6,416
158,103

191
171,006
55,855
115,151
6,746
177,943

201
177,506
55,355
122,151
7,096
184,803

201
177,506
55,355
122,151
7,096
184,803

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Functional Total

101,585
101,585
7,841
1,233
93
77
164
44,512
44,512
155,505

80,354
80,354
7,403
1,321
0
2
216
43,272
43,272
132,568

100,993
100,993
5,568
914
0
41
94
118,577
118,577
226,187

111,706
111,706
5,574
1,031
0
41
100
118,979
118,979
237,431

108,803
108,803
5,590
1,062
0
42
107
125,467
125,467
241,071

107,357
107,357
5,655
1,092
0
42
118
121,237
121,237
235,501

84
84
977
1,061

108
108
875
983

800
800
967
1,767

800
800
1,023
1,823

800
800
1,046
1,846

800
800
1,071
1,871

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

337
530,619
21,684
0
6,318
1,221
3,538
42,953
606,670

361
510,226
18,195
11,126
794
1,185
5,110
32,359
579,356

274
470,815
18,291
42,700
0
1,359
5,787
39,550
578,776

297
490,371
22,725
30,000
0
1,453
5,932
50,552
601,330

306
510,846
19,630
34,500
0
1,558
6,080
51,989
624,909

316
532,286
20,091
0
0
1,633
6,232
56,989
617,547

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

(2,482)
268,823
266,341

2,487
239,252
241,739

0
135,416
135,416

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

1,596
16,026
16,026
17,622

1,822
18,429
18,429
20,251

1,822
17,836
17,836
19,658

1,822
19,336
19,336
21,158

1,822
19,336
19,336
21,158

1,822
19,336
19,336
21,158

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees

2,295
793
83
1,309
91
66,717
114
22,371

1,383
820
16
1,086
75
63,747
325
14,833

1,852
678
24
805
81
98,939
440
28,038

1,568
673
25
925
82
82,011
501
27,288

1,736
678
26
946
82
75,551
582
28,825

1,781
683
26
967
83
76,950
624
33,743

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

MENTAL HYGIENE
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

T-76

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)

Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS SPENDING

FY 2011
Results
449
777
116
4,506
358
64,776
10,810
455
176,020

FY 2012
Results
402
725
3
3,804
367
58,468
8,502
444
155,000

FY 2013
Updated
402
850
0
2,612
201
62,669
8,408
939
206,938

FY 2014
Projected
695
1,296
0
2,758
212
64,531
7,710
429
190,704

FY 2015
Projected
715
1,318
0
2,900
221
66,178
9,970
439
190,167

FY 2016
Projected
715
1,340
0
2,900
221
66,178
9,239
450
195,900

28,208
1,917
325,748
14,299
47,644
23
417,839

27,513
3,046
322,555
14,620
44,142
119
411,995

25,654
2,240
339,000
14,977
52,561
134
434,566

26,320
2,341
351,480
12,276
53,875
120
446,412

27,003
2,535
389,810
12,583
55,222
150
487,303

27,703
2,596
427,802
12,897
56,602
137
527,737

1,726
0
1,524
3,250

1,585
551
1,396
3,532

0
0
38,084
38,084

0
0
(82,325)
(82,325)

0
0
(15,999)
(15,999)

1,822,282

1,713,001

1,834,685

T-77

1,629,872

1,771,289

0
0
(193)
(193)
1,820,615

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

2,000
2,000

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

208,918
208,918

203,240
203,240

210,055
210,055

210,055
210,055

210,055
210,055

210,055
210,055

1,525
1,525
1,525

1,586
1,586
1,586

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

542,237
542,237

572,510
572,510

559,900
559,900

619,332
619,332

658,754
658,754

692,208
692,208

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

3,426,460
5,831
3,432,291

3,938,106
4,104
3,942,210

3,724,334
4,420
3,728,754

4,055,224
4,420
4,059,644

4,361,309
4,420
4,365,729

4,619,948
4,420
4,624,368

TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

4,186,971

4,719,546

4,498,709

4,889,031

5,234,538

5,526,631

HIGHER EDUCATION
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total

T-78

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

77,623
15,014
57,860
31,416
26,444
4,749

78,458
24,603
52,515
27,412
25,103
1,340

78,814
25,652
51,572
27,993
23,579
1,590

79,448
24,216
53,512
29,168
24,344
1,720

81,328
24,216
55,230
30,180
25,050
1,882

82,383
24,216
56,168
30,855
25,313
1,999

Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

16,706
12,581
8,512
4,069
4,125

16,616
13,044
7,720
5,324
3,572

17,859
13,629
8,185
5,444
4,230

18,314
13,823
8,246
5,577
4,491

18,781
14,020
8,308
5,712
4,761

19,225
14,221
8,370
5,851
5,004

10
10

0
0

70
70

0
0

0
0

0
0

Economic Development, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

46,255
25,790
20,444
13,906
6,538
21

103,309
69,580
33,729
11,354
22,375
0

107,018
84,264
22,726
12,704
10,022
28

88,884
66,229
22,627
13,087
9,540
28

78,030
54,772
23,230
13,424
9,806
28

78,285
54,772
23,485
13,679
9,806
28

Empire State Development Corporation
Local Assistance Grants

35,741
35,741

76,487
76,487

84,088
84,088

71,280
71,280

27,800
27,800

17,800
17,800

Energy Research and Development Authority
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

15,307
9,157
4,744
2,894
1,850
1,406

16,938
8,140
6,456
4,776
1,680
2,342

16,158
9,234
5,286
3,432
1,854
1,638

16,388
9,234
5,396
3,501
1,895
1,758

16,388
9,234
5,396
3,501
1,895
1,758

16,388
9,234
5,396
3,501
1,895
1,758

507,291
228,152
212,310
152,126
60,184
66,829

506,105
217,470
210,028
142,332
67,696
78,607

486,283
216,952
202,401
133,847
68,554
66,930

490,712
216,952
206,774
136,495
70,279
66,986

494,195
216,952
209,007
138,669
70,338
68,236

498,348
216,952
211,596
141,191
70,405
69,800

3,534
3,534
2,890
644

3,596
3,596
2,849
747

3,079
3,079
2,485
594

3,206
3,206
2,522
684

3,288
3,288
2,548
740

3,288
3,288
2,548
740

Public Service Department
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

73,076
0
52,777
41,801
10,976
20,299

66,124
0
47,386
38,749
8,637
18,738

70,324
500
48,889
40,507
8,382
20,935

79,203
500
54,419
44,591
9,828
24,284

83,331
500
56,343
46,220
10,123
26,488

87,373
500
58,195
47,964
10,231
28,678

Racing and Wagering Board, State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

21,573
18,056
12,062
5,994
3,517

19,553
17,270
10,940
6,330
2,283

18,248
15,194
9,059
6,135
3,054

18,513
15,226
9,058
6,168
3,287

18,845
15,333
9,133
6,200
3,512

19,080
15,568
9,368
6,200
3,512

797,116

887,186

881,941

865,948

821,986

822,170

4,637
4,637
4,234
403

4,299
4,299
3,779
520

4,146
4,146
3,791
355

4,175
4,175
3,820
355

4,251
4,251
3,896
355

4,337
4,337
3,982
355

296,195
2,835
255,522
186,181
69,341
37,838

284,724
4,760
245,162
188,153
57,009
34,802

277,964
6,325
234,743
174,892
59,851
36,896

275,583
4,802
234,902
176,274
58,628
35,879

277,970
4,802
236,463
179,774
56,689
36,705

281,639
4,802
239,266
182,690
56,576
37,571

9,390
7,122
6,060
1,062
2,268

8,893
6,504
5,454
1,050
2,389

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Development Authority of the North Country
Local Assistance Grants

Financial Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Olympic Regional Development Authority
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Environmental Facilities Corporation
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

T-79

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

214,344
16,124
177,022
135,297
41,725
2,627
18,571

201,969
12,019
183,216
138,928
44,288
655
6,079

190,739
16,112
165,936
128,763
37,173
3,691
5,000

182,993
7,600
166,563
129,520
37,043
3,830
5,000

185,549
7,600
169,056
131,378
37,678
3,893
5,000

187,564
7,600
171,026
133,348
37,678
3,938
5,000

524,566

499,885

472,849

462,751

467,770

473,540

Motor Vehicles, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

95,962
68,522
51,578
16,944
27,440

92,162
67,400
48,313
19,087
24,762

95,012
70,013
50,028
19,985
24,999

101,994
73,915
51,560
22,355
28,079

105,772
75,576
52,689
22,887
30,196

109,758
77,460
54,020
23,440
32,298

Transportation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

4,287,685
4,253,828
33,454
10,853
22,601
403
0

4,276,720
4,229,733
35,857
9,818
26,039
10,781
349

4,407,842
4,377,939
24,952
10,206
14,746
4,951
0

4,587,354
4,556,412
25,548
10,457
15,091
5,394
0

4,666,313
4,634,412
26,111
10,699
15,412
5,790
0

4,762,530
4,729,612
26,722
10,969
15,753
6,196
0

4,383,647

4,368,882

4,502,854

4,689,348

4,772,085

4,872,288

118,718
117,041
1,677
1,641
36

113,753
111,616
2,137
1,931
206

117,434
115,697
1,737
1,555
182

120,063
118,252
1,811
1,619
192

126,859
124,956
1,903
1,701
202

133,871
131,901
1,970
1,768
202

14,418,217

17,876,268

18,434,393

19,323,613

19,971,469

20,575,058

11,400,560
11,377,313
23,247
500
22,747

14,778,525
14,763,303
15,222
1,438
13,784

15,342,913
15,291,558
51,355
500
50,855

16,017,013
15,960,658
56,355
500
55,855

16,601,713
16,545,858
55,855
500
55,355

17,507,579
17,451,724
55,855
500
55,355

538,370
538,370

533,293
533,293

568,750
568,750

552,250
552,250

502,750
502,750

443,250
443,250

2,479,287
1,897,616
548,077
289,360
258,717
33,594

2,564,450
1,992,440
540,034
266,560
273,474
31,976

2,522,730
1,924,931
555,580
285,452
270,128
42,219

2,754,350
2,100,814
607,176
309,657
297,519
46,360

2,867,006
2,190,267
629,054
321,978
307,076
47,685

2,624,229
1,940,215
634,716
327,693
307,023
49,298

Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

28,084
27,990
20,818
7,172
94

25,284
25,258
19,738
5,520
26

24,795
24,795
18,379
6,416
0

25,596
25,596
18,850
6,746
0

26,821
26,821
19,725
7,096
0

27,292
27,292
20,196
7,096
0

Stem Cell and Innovation
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

37,289
36,971
534
36,437
318

43,702
43,470
441
43,029
232

43,500
43,500
0
43,500
0

63,673
63,673
0
63,673
0

61,373
61,373
0
61,373
0

56,500
56,500
0
56,500
0

14,602,308

18,059,007

18,620,122

19,532,945

20,186,522

20,792,721

Children and Family Services, Office of

1,991,084

1,898,337

1,861,376

2,208,484

2,294,293

2,394,489

OCFS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,921,729
1,598,134
321,270
192,793
128,477
2,325

1,785,169
1,490,719
292,769
177,205
115,564
1,681

1,767,925
1,449,660
315,749
186,486
129,263
2,516

2,091,116
1,773,922
314,574
174,500
140,074
2,620

2,172,320
1,868,214
301,454
163,438
138,016
2,652

2,267,766
1,966,849
298,224
161,653
136,571
2,693

69,355
69,355

113,168
113,168

93,451
93,451

117,368
117,368

121,973
121,973

126,723
126,723

Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION

Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Medicaid Administration
Local Assistance Grants
Public Health
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE

OCFS - Other
Local Assistance Grants

T-80

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

121,230
44,018
61,015
46,367
14,648
16,197

115,024
43,984
55,910
40,611
15,299
15,130

117,862
49,969
51,392
40,890
10,502
16,501

113,538
44,227
51,781
41,148
10,633
17,530

115,653
44,227
52,756
41,986
10,770
18,670

118,093
44,227
54,285
43,395
10,890
19,581

Human Rights, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

14,165
14,165
12,932
1,233

12,000
12,000
10,679
1,321

10,755
10,755
9,841
914

10,958
10,958
9,927
1,031

11,269
11,269
10,207
1,062

11,614
11,614
10,522
1,092

Labor, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

71,832
11,237
44,994
32,161
12,833
15,601

60,962
3,665
42,274
29,954
12,320
15,023

94,792
29,987
50,358
27,955
22,403
14,447

61,472
2,875
43,269
28,145
15,124
15,328

61,048
150
44,363
28,851
15,512
16,535

63,271
150
45,456
29,545
15,911
17,665

National and Community Service
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

381
0
381
304
77

332
38
294
292
2

601
350
251
210
41

683
350
333
292
41

687
350
337
295
42

687
350
337
295
42

1,956
666
1,290
1,098
192

1,802
541
1,261
1,040
221

2,094
685
1,409
1,313
96

2,111
685
1,426
1,324
102

2,150
685
1,465
1,356
109

2,194
685
1,509
1,389
120

1,370,873

1,564,788

1,690,465

1,748,050

1,657,564

1,683,847

1,043,865
1,043,865

1,266,866
1,266,866

1,380,273
1,380,273

1,440,999
1,440,999

1,339,348
1,339,348

1,366,061
1,366,061

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

327,008
158,474
167,085
62,305
104,780
1,449

297,922
146,587
150,451
51,870
98,581
884

310,192
107,493
202,699
83,922
118,777
0

307,051
101,893
205,158
85,979
119,179
0

318,216
101,893
216,323
90,656
125,667
0

317,786
103,293
214,493
93,056
121,437
0

Welfare Inspector General, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,150
1,094
434
660
56

441
395
364
31
46

1,407
1,186
701
485
221

1,427
1,206
721
485
221

1,456
1,234
738
496
222

1,468
1,244
748
496
224

Workers' Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

194,002
150,850
89,052
61,798
43,152

199,035
157,884
85,890
71,994
41,151

196,210
150,979
87,805
63,174
45,231

198,928
149,735
90,328
59,407
49,193

205,530
152,632
92,301
60,331
52,898

212,490
155,909
94,633
61,276
56,581

3,766,673

3,852,721

3,975,562

4,345,651

4,349,650

4,488,153

404,678

410,589

416,223

443,762

466,041

490,469

OASAS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

292,990
246,366
34,454
25,103
9,351
12,170

318,700
274,694
31,920
22,801
9,119
12,086

327,068
282,009
32,662
24,466
8,196
12,397

352,443
305,826
33,320
24,854
8,466
13,297

371,574
322,446
34,549
25,830
8,719
14,579

391,971
339,648
36,224
27,263
8,961
16,099

OASAS - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

111,688
49,089
46,364
34,493
11,871
16,235

91,889
32,151
43,751
32,119
11,632
15,987

89,155
32,680
40,731
30,465
10,266
15,744

91,319
32,680
41,752
31,553
10,199
16,887

94,467
32,680
43,270
32,794
10,476
18,517

98,498
32,680
45,366
34,616
10,750
20,452

3,121,444

3,027,241

3,084,437

3,326,751

3,587,093

3,823,017

1,363,390
682,773
482,556
405,776

1,143,914
716,057
306,563
253,135

1,237,024
711,037
387,066
307,407

1,382,203
840,376
381,483
298,781

1,525,235
947,520
400,417
318,073

1,620,919
1,019,484
408,853
326,199

Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of

Mental Health, Office of
OMH
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service

T-81

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

FY 2011
Results
76,780
198,061

FY 2012
Results
53,428
121,294

FY 2013
Updated
79,659
138,921

FY 2014
Projected
82,702
160,344

FY 2015
Projected
82,344
177,298

FY 2016
Projected
82,654
192,582

OMH - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,758,054
423,412
973,298
739,482
233,816
361,344

1,883,327
408,148
1,066,389
827,902
238,487
408,790

1,847,413
382,649
1,028,629
820,695
207,934
436,135

1,944,548
411,065
1,079,626
847,744
231,882
453,857

2,061,858
437,887
1,129,237
877,961
251,276
494,734

2,202,098
470,200
1,183,608
930,867
252,741
548,290

Mental Hygiene, Department of
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

345
345
345

411
411
411

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4,297,676

4,331,480

4,318,111

4,652,324

4,850,933

5,077,298

903,732
692,788
106,952
72,227
34,725
103,992

435,429
435,253
176
0
176
0

479,595
479,414
181
0
181
0

495,695
495,514
181
0
181
0

505,147
504,966
181
0
181
0

3,806,667
1,677,965
1,548,712
1,168,196
380,516
579,990

3,427,748
1,631,638
1,378,983
1,052,886
326,097
417,127

3,882,682
1,799,409
1,487,746
1,124,943
362,803
595,527

4,172,729
1,981,399
1,543,476
1,167,242
376,234
647,854

4,355,238
2,075,382
1,580,603
1,193,675
386,928
699,253

4,572,151
2,136,748
1,666,643
1,269,575
397,068
768,760

8,213
623
6,573
5,430
1,143
1,017

7,584
560
5,948
4,856
1,092
1,076

9,505
620
7,698
6,480
1,218
1,187

10,258
620
8,368
7,090
1,278
1,270

10,543
620
8,548
7,241
1,307
1,375

10,844
620
8,743
7,404
1,339
1,481

7,832,356

7,777,305

7,828,276

8,433,095

8,914,610

9,401,628

Correction, Commission of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,419
2,419
2,082
337

2,251
2,251
1,890
361

2,672
2,672
2,398
274

2,711
2,711
2,414
297

2,787
2,787
2,481
306

2,864
2,864
2,548
316

Correctional Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,587,693
10,386
2,575,307
2,043,633
531,674
2,000

2,477,126
5,594
2,471,532
1,959,956
511,576
0

2,709,781
6,051
2,703,688
2,231,528
472,160
42

2,583,605
6,000
2,577,560
2,085,747
491,813
45

2,655,198
6,000
2,649,150
2,136,867
512,283
48

2,812,082
6,000
2,806,031
2,272,313
533,718
51

0
0

0
0

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

12,500
12,500

Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

213,480
150,003
63,391
34,806
28,585
86

215,019
151,076
63,882
32,972
30,910
61

230,926
159,811
70,920
33,919
37,001
195

227,421
154,751
72,462
34,524
37,938
208

225,347
154,911
70,210
35,363
34,847
226

226,792
154,911
71,639
36,326
35,313
242

Disaster Assistance
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

20,811
20,811
9,685
11,126

42,700
42,700
0
42,700

30,000
30,000
0
30,000

34,500
34,500
0
34,500

0
0
0
0

Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

33,298
17,552
15,550
6,531
9,019
196

28,229
19,575
8,654
6,837
1,817
0

147,310
97,923
48,678
15,494
33,184
709

151,418
113,739
36,972
15,635
21,337
707

131,531
97,264
33,560
16,151
17,409
707

120,961
85,523
34,731
16,733
17,998
707

Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

90,793
65,769
25,024
8
25,016
0

62,701
62,292
326
259
67
83

75,144
74,000
859
569
290
285

78,588
77,000
1,151
802
349
437

78,631
77,000
1,167
810
357
464

78,672
77,000
1,183
818
365
489

People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
OPWDD - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Functional Total

491,009
497,629
(6,620)
0
(6,620)
0

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Local Assistance Grants

T-82

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

Judicial Commissions
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

4,944
4,944
3,723
1,221

4,979
4,979
3,794
1,185

5,452
5,452
4,093
1,359

5,577
5,577
4,124
1,453

5,795
5,795
4,237
1,558

5,990
5,990
4,357
1,633

Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

32,640
3,659
28,398
19,260
9,138
583

31,747
3,761
27,440
17,152
10,288
546

28,061
867
26,944
16,525
10,419
250

28,189
850
27,089
16,655
10,434
250

28,543
850
27,443
16,861
10,582
250

28,914
850
27,814
17,080
10,734
250

0
0
0

0
0
0

600
600
600

600
600
600

600
600
600

600
600
600

State Police, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

677,826
657,091
582,393
74,698
20,735

630,378
611,384
557,865
53,519
18,994

664,806
643,524
563,304
80,220
21,282

673,749
649,676
568,753
80,923
24,073

680,348
655,118
572,693
82,425
25,230

694,373
668,143
580,708
87,435
26,230

Statewide Financial System
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

9,070
9,069
3,977
5,092
1

17,596
17,596
7,554
10,042
0

52,601
52,601
10,814
41,787
0

51,525
51,525
10,895
40,630
0

52,826
52,826
10,977
41,849
0

54,164
54,164
11,060
43,104
0

Statewide Wireless Network
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

28,253
0
27,655
8,076
19,579
598

87,696
18,369
69,207
7,006
62,201
120

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

Victim Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

34,594
29,185
4,521
3,761
760
888

35,194
29,239
4,138
3,109
1,029
1,817

32,741
26,182
4,782
3,866
916
1,777

34,931
28,182
4,862
3,931
931
1,887

35,156
28,182
4,974
4,026
948
2,000

35,397
28,182
5,113
4,148
965
2,102

3,715,010

3,613,727

4,004,294

3,879,814

3,942,762

4,073,309

City University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,306,312
1,182,813
117,099
85,732
31,367
6,400

1,316,602
1,202,410
107,837
74,043
33,794
6,355

1,328,567
1,219,184
103,231
75,289
27,942
6,152

1,454,137
1,342,367
105,433
76,792
28,641
6,337

1,519,338
1,405,128
107,683
78,326
29,357
6,527

1,589,978
1,473,272
109,983
79,892
30,091
6,723

Higher Education - Miscellaneous
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

370
255
221
34
115

449
376
207
169
73

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

889,588
813,707
61,052
32,756
28,296
14,829

1,000,527
923,514
64,233
28,789
35,444
12,780

1,020,044
935,933
68,980
30,166
38,814
15,131

1,088,021
1,001,349
70,309
30,554
39,755
16,363

1,103,725
1,014,412
71,976
31,247
40,729
17,337

1,117,935
1,025,891
73,821
32,058
41,763
18,223

State University Construction Fund
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

18,915
14,438
12,562
1,876
4,477

22,625
16,809
13,612
3,197
5,816

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

State University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

5,880,864
472,818
4,880,006
3,239,364
1,640,642
528,040

6,471,148
481,591
5,429,621
3,324,528
2,105,093
559,936

6,574,114
462,404
5,523,988
3,379,755
2,144,233
587,722

6,705,257
468,051
5,631,128
3,429,503
2,201,625
606,078

6,867,696
468,051
5,773,706
3,520,264
2,253,442
625,939

7,027,369
468,051
5,912,561
3,607,190
2,305,371
646,757

8,096,049

8,811,351

8,924,025

9,248,715

9,492,059

9,736,582

Public Security and Emergency Response
State Operations
Personal Service

Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION

Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

Functional Total

T-83

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

45,173
40,479
4,694
3,098
1,596

33,659
29,571
4,088
2,266
1,822

40,053
35,933
4,120
2,298
1,822

36,055
31,933
4,122
2,300
1,822

36,101
31,933
4,168
2,346
1,822

36,151
31,933
4,218
2,396
1,822

Education, Department of

26,717,031

24,749,120

25,459,207

26,530,604

27,597,691

28,725,936

School Aid
Local Assistance Grants

21,848,300
21,848,300

19,661,924
19,661,924

20,056,331
20,056,331

20,910,635
20,910,635

21,724,727
21,724,727

22,671,362
22,671,362

3,234,014
3,234,014

3,232,883
3,232,883

3,276,067
3,276,067

3,459,375
3,459,375

3,641,726
3,641,726

3,743,568
3,743,568

Special Education Categorical Programs
Local Assistance Grants

924,218
924,218

1,175,990
1,175,990

1,357,636
1,357,636

1,455,616
1,455,616

1,529,216
1,529,216

1,604,116
1,604,116

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

710,499
549,521
131,572
90,078
41,494
29,406

678,323
521,878
126,159
80,475
45,684
30,286

769,173
613,963
125,348
81,821
43,527
29,862

704,978
543,526
129,133
84,326
44,807
32,319

702,022
536,119
131,140
85,873
45,267
34,763

706,890
536,904
133,142
87,539
45,603
36,844

26,762,204

24,782,779

25,499,260

26,566,659

27,633,792

28,762,087

Budget, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

33,825
32,081
24,430
7,651
1,744

32,762
30,681
23,829
6,852
2,081

33,550
31,253
24,961
6,292
2,297

39,246
36,596
25,768
10,828
2,650

41,937
39,063
27,287
11,776
2,874

43,143
40,049
28,166
11,883
3,094

Civil Service, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

17,896
17,677
16,153
1,524
219

14,836
14,595
13,284
1,311
241

14,904
14,736
13,247
1,489
168

16,311
16,143
14,359
1,784
168

16,775
16,603
14,714
1,889
172

17,179
17,003
15,109
1,894
176

Deferred Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

681
519
374
145
162

621
457
378
79
164

796
605
392
213
191

823
615
396
219
208

858
633
408
225
225

867
642
417
225
225

Elections, State Board of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

6,186
582
5,604
4,205
1,399

9,815
415
9,400
4,065
5,335

7,814
2,700
5,114
4,144
970

5,179
0
5,179
4,254
925

35,316
30,000
5,316
4,370
946

5,462
0
5,462
4,495
967

Employee Relations, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,000
3,000
2,909
91

2,604
2,604
2,529
75

2,688
2,688
2,551
137

2,710
2,710
2,570
140

2,786
2,786
2,646
140

2,869
2,869
2,728
141

General Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

128,633
28
127,315
56,079
71,236
1,290

121,489
0
119,994
48,873
71,121
1,495

156,148
19
154,228
50,908
103,320
1,901

140,392
0
138,390
51,870
86,520
2,002

135,357
0
133,213
52,997
80,216
2,144

138,385
0
136,101
54,392
81,709
2,284

Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

5,703
5,703
5,519
184

5,409
5,409
5,067
342

6,610
6,610
6,083
527

6,717
6,717
6,129
588

6,970
6,970
6,301
669

7,196
7,196
6,485
711

Labor Management Committees
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

32,335
32,335
9,872
22,463

23,215
23,215
8,359
14,856

33,838
33,838
5,500
28,338

33,092
33,092
5,504
27,588

35,244
35,244
6,119
29,125

40,409
40,409
6,366
34,043

Lottery, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

162,910
152,955
21,057
131,898
9,955

150,306
140,484
20,276
120,208
9,822

172,990
161,247
24,676
136,571
11,743

169,076
155,197
25,029
130,168
13,879

173,058
159,080
25,495
133,585
13,978

173,456
159,478
25,893
133,585
13,978

STAR Property Tax Relief
Local Assistance Grants

Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

T-84

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

Public Employment Relations Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,988
3,988
3,456
532

3,675
3,675
3,197
478

3,731
3,731
3,290
441

3,857
3,857
3,119
738

3,804
3,804
3,046
758

3,896
3,896
3,138
758

Public Integrity, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,794
3,794
3,017
777

3,217
3,217
2,492
725

4,016
4,016
3,166
850

4,486
4,486
3,190
1,296

4,600
4,600
3,282
1,318

4,720
4,720
3,380
1,340

Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,653
1,653
1,537
116

83
83
80
3

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

State, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

75,478
24,495
41,797
31,270
10,527
9,186
0

61,000
12,916
40,716
28,357
12,359
7,368
0

70,663
16,118
45,662
31,340
14,322
8,898
(15)

60,147
3,877
46,581
32,307
14,274
9,704
(15)

62,133
3,877
47,676
33,039
14,637
10,595
(15)

63,054
3,877
48,348
33,700
14,648
10,844
(15)

Tax Appeals, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,134
3,134
2,776
358

2,850
2,850
2,483
367

3,101
3,101
2,900
201

2,813
2,813
2,601
212

2,894
2,894
2,673
221

2,948
2,948
2,727
221

Taxation and Finance, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

441,466
5,270
412,940
323,767
89,173
23,256

401,033
6,487
382,913
300,408
82,505
11,633

415,599
926
393,151
301,881
91,270
21,522

418,545
926
394,799
300,966
93,833
22,820

429,888
926
405,915
309,755
96,160
23,047

436,603
926
412,630
316,470
96,160
23,047

Technology, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

22,902
884
22,018
11,208
10,810

19,129
171
18,958
10,456
8,502

21,994
0
21,994
13,586
8,408

21,305
0
21,305
13,595
7,710

23,877
0
23,877
13,907
9,970

23,485
0
23,485
14,246
9,239

Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

14,069
8,044
6,025
5,570
455

12,884
7,572
5,312
4,868
444

14,106
8,117
5,989
5,050
939

12,949
7,397
5,552
5,123
429

13,155
7,457
5,698
5,259
439

13,383
7,517
5,866
5,416
450

957,653

864,928

962,548

937,648

988,652

977,055

Audit and Control, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

171,821
31,598
138,841
110,320
28,521
1,382

169,817
32,005
135,123
103,298
31,825
2,689

173,479
32,024
139,394
108,671
30,723
2,061

175,736
32,024
142,190
109,385
32,805
1,522

179,315
32,024
145,658
112,012
33,646
1,633

183,489
32,024
149,721
115,214
34,507
1,744

Executive Chamber
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

12,880
12,880
10,963
1,917

13,256
13,256
10,210
3,046

13,578
13,578
11,338
2,240

13,836
13,836
11,495
2,341

14,773
14,773
12,238
2,535

15,185
15,185
12,589
2,596

Judiciary
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,540,268
119,798
1,868,890
1,525,120
343,770
551,580

2,543,183
114,108
1,827,308
1,464,351
362,957
601,767

2,546,998
106,700
1,855,900
1,468,250
387,650
584,398

2,679,944
121,700
1,914,414
1,514,284
400,130
643,830

2,805,004
121,700
1,999,952
1,561,492
438,460
683,352

2,934,500
121,700
2,095,494
1,618,742
476,752
717,306

Law, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

169,761
161,877
111,750
50,127
7,884

168,624
160,461
106,462
53,999
8,163

179,139
165,109
110,920
54,189
14,030

177,667
162,564
110,913
51,651
15,103

183,089
166,796
113,920
52,876
16,293

188,749
171,368
117,232
54,136
17,381

Legislature
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

222,536
222,536
174,096
48,440

197,163
197,163
151,882
45,281

218,795
218,795
165,284
53,511

221,349
221,349
166,524
54,825

223,945
223,945
167,773
56,172

226,583
226,583
169,031
57,552

Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS

T-85

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

304
304
281
23

408
408
289
119

614
614
480
134

614
614
494
120

665
665
515
150

680
680
543
137

3,117,570

3,092,451

3,132,603

3,269,146

3,406,791

3,549,186

Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Local Assistance Grants

738,940
738,940

721,034
721,034

739,655
739,655

757,414
757,414

772,589
772,589

775,357
775,357

Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Local Assistance Grants

4,604
4,604

4,714
4,714

9,636
9,636

3,805
3,805

0
0

0
0

Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

3,920
3,920

1,960
1,960

2,000
2,000

1,960
1,960

1,960
1,960

1,960
1,960

25,800
25,800

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

2,066
2,066

217
217

218
218

218
218

218
218

218
218

775,330

753,792

777,376

789,264

800,634

803,402

General State Charges
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

3,432,021
5,561
3,835
1,726
3,426,460

3,941,782
3,676
2,091
1,585
3,938,106

3,724,334
0
0
0
3,724,334

4,055,224
0
0
0
4,055,224

4,361,309
0
0
0
4,361,309

4,619,948
0
0
0
4,619,948

Long-Term Debt Service
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Debt Service

5,677,515
62,846
62,846
5,614,669

5,909,754
45,732
45,732
5,864,022

6,146,701
46,925
46,925
6,099,776

6,462,370
46,925
46,925
6,415,445

6,530,775
46,925
46,925
6,483,850

6,691,841
46,925
46,925
6,644,916

Functional Total
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE

Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Local Assistance Grants
Small Government Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES

Miscellaneous
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS SPENDING

(22,618)
(34,402)
4,886
2,217
2,669
6,898

(34,927)
(45,178)
5,007
2,356
2,651
5,244

(47,029)
51,276
(104,114)
(7,318)
(96,796)
5,809

(112,209)
100,966
(219,122)
(42,275)
(176,847)
5,947

(158,924)
46,171
(211,175)
(27,179)
(183,996)
6,080

23,186
122,079
(105,096)
27,919
(133,015)
6,203

9,086,918

9,816,609

9,824,006

10,405,385

10,733,160

11,334,975

84,417,400

87,180,623

89,405,716

93,426,369

96,510,473

100,087,096

T-86

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

77,623
16,706
10
46,255
35,741
15,307
507,291
3,534
73,076
21,573
797,116

78,458
16,616
0
103,309
76,487
16,938
506,105
3,596
66,124
19,553
887,186

78,814
17,859
70
107,018
84,088
16,158
486,283
3,079
70,324
18,248
881,941

79,448
18,314
0
88,884
71,280
16,388
490,712
3,206
79,203
18,513
865,948

81,328
18,781
0
78,030
27,800
16,388
494,195
3,288
83,331
18,845
821,986

82,383
19,225
0
78,285
17,800
16,388
498,348
3,288
87,373
19,080
822,170

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,637
296,195
9,390
214,344
524,566

4,299
284,724
8,893
201,969
499,885

4,146
277,964
0
190,739
472,849

4,175
275,583
0
182,993
462,751

4,251
277,970
0
185,549
467,770

4,337
281,639
0
187,564
473,540

95,962
4,287,685
4,383,647

92,162
4,276,720
4,368,882

95,012
4,407,842
4,502,854

101,994
4,587,354
4,689,348

105,772
4,666,313
4,772,085

109,758
4,762,530
4,872,288

118,718
14,418,217
11,400,560
538,370
2,479,287
28,084
37,289
14,602,308

113,753
17,876,268
14,778,525
533,293
2,564,450
25,284
43,702
18,059,007

117,434
18,434,393
15,342,913
568,750
2,522,730
24,795
43,500
18,620,122

120,063
19,323,613
16,017,013
552,250
2,754,350
25,596
63,673
19,532,945

126,859
19,971,469
16,601,713
502,750
2,867,006
26,821
61,373
20,186,522

133,871
20,575,058
17,507,579
443,250
2,624,229
27,292
56,500
20,792,721

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

1,991,084
1,921,729
69,355
121,230
14,165
71,832
381
1,956
1,370,873
1,043,865
327,008
1,150
194,002
3,766,673

1,898,337
1,785,169
113,168
115,024
12,000
60,962
332
1,802
1,564,788
1,266,866
297,922
441
199,035
3,852,721

1,861,376
1,767,925
93,451
117,862
10,755
94,792
601
2,094
1,690,465
1,380,273
310,192
1,407
196,210
3,975,562

2,208,484
2,091,116
117,368
113,538
10,958
61,472
683
2,111
1,748,050
1,440,999
307,051
1,427
198,928
4,345,651

2,294,293
2,172,320
121,973
115,653
11,269
61,048
687
2,150
1,657,564
1,339,348
318,216
1,456
205,530
4,349,650

2,394,489
2,267,766
126,723
118,093
11,614
63,271
687
2,194
1,683,847
1,366,061
317,786
1,468
212,490
4,488,153

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

404,678
292,990
111,688
3,121,444
1,363,390
1,758,054
345
4,297,676
491,009
3,806,667
8,213
7,832,356

410,589
318,700
91,889
3,027,241
1,143,914
1,883,327
411
4,331,480
903,732
3,427,748
7,584
7,777,305

416,223
327,068
89,155
3,084,437
1,237,024
1,847,413
0
4,318,111
435,429
3,882,682
9,505
7,828,276

443,762
352,443
91,319
3,326,751
1,382,203
1,944,548
0
4,652,324
479,595
4,172,729
10,258
8,433,095

466,041
371,574
94,467
3,587,093
1,525,235
2,061,858
0
4,850,933
495,695
4,355,238
10,543
8,914,610

490,469
391,971
98,498
3,823,017
1,620,919
2,202,098
0
5,077,298
505,147
4,572,151
10,844
9,401,628

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions

2,419
2,587,693
0
213,480
0
33,298
90,793
4,944

2,251
2,477,126
0
215,019
20,811
28,229
62,701
4,979

2,672
2,709,781
11,500
230,926
42,700
147,310
75,144
5,452

2,711
2,583,605
11,500
227,421
30,000
151,418
78,588
5,577

2,787
2,655,198
11,500
225,347
34,500
131,531
78,631
5,795

2,864
2,812,082
12,500
226,792
0
120,961
78,672
5,990

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

T-87

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
32,640
0
677,826
9,070
28,253
34,594
3,715,010

FY 2012
Results
31,747
0
630,378
17,596
87,696
35,194
3,613,727

FY 2013
Updated
28,061
600
664,806
52,601
0
32,741
4,004,294

FY 2014
Projected
28,189
600
673,749
51,525
0
34,931
3,879,814

FY 2015
Projected
28,543
600
680,348
52,826
0
35,156
3,942,762

FY 2016
Projected
28,914
600
694,373
54,164
0
35,397
4,073,309

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

1,306,312
370
889,588
18,915
5,880,864
8,096,049

1,316,602
449
1,000,527
22,625
6,471,148
8,811,351

1,328,567
1,300
1,020,044
0
6,574,114
8,924,025

1,454,137
1,300
1,088,021
0
6,705,257
9,248,715

1,519,338
1,300
1,103,725
0
6,867,696
9,492,059

1,589,978
1,300
1,117,935
0
7,027,369
9,736,582

45,173
26,717,031
21,848,300
3,234,014
924,218
710,499
26,762,204

33,659
24,749,120
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
678,323
24,782,779

40,053
25,459,207
20,056,331
3,276,067
1,357,636
769,173
25,499,260

36,055
26,530,604
20,910,635
3,459,375
1,455,616
704,978
26,566,659

36,101
27,597,691
21,724,727
3,641,726
1,529,216
702,022
27,633,792

36,151
28,725,936
22,671,362
3,743,568
1,604,116
706,890
28,762,087

33,825
17,896
681
6,186
3,000
128,633
5,703
32,335
162,910
3,988
3,794
1,653
75,478
3,134
441,466
22,902
14,069
957,653

32,762
14,836
621
9,815
2,604
121,489
5,409
23,215
150,306
3,675
3,217
83
61,000
2,850
401,033
19,129
12,884
864,928

33,550
14,904
796
7,814
2,688
156,148
6,610
33,838
172,990
3,731
4,016
0
70,663
3,101
415,599
21,994
14,106
962,548

39,246
16,311
823
5,179
2,710
140,392
6,717
33,092
169,076
3,857
4,486
0
60,147
2,813
418,545
21,305
12,949
937,648

41,937
16,775
858
35,316
2,786
135,357
6,970
35,244
173,058
3,804
4,600
0
62,133
2,894
429,888
23,877
13,155
988,652

43,143
17,179
867
5,462
2,869
138,385
7,196
40,409
173,456
3,896
4,720
0
63,054
2,948
436,603
23,485
13,383
977,055

171,821
12,880
2,540,268
169,761
222,536
304
3,117,570

169,817
13,256
2,543,183
168,624
197,163
408
3,092,451

173,479
13,578
2,546,998
179,139
218,795
614
3,132,603

175,736
13,836
2,679,944
177,667
221,349
614
3,269,146

179,315
14,773
2,805,004
183,089
223,945
665
3,406,791

183,489
15,185
2,934,500
188,749
226,583
680
3,549,186

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

3,432,021
5,677,515
(22,618)
9,086,918

3,941,782
5,909,754
(34,927)
9,816,609

3,724,334
6,146,701
(47,029)
9,824,006

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS SPENDING

84,417,400

87,180,623

89,405,716

4,055,224
6,462,370
(112,209)
10,405,385

4,361,309
6,530,775
(158,924)
10,733,160

4,619,948
6,691,841
23,186
11,334,975

93,426,369

96,510,473

100,087,096

GSC: Agency disbursements include grants to local governments, state operations and general state charges, which is a departure from prior Financial plan publications. In prior
reports, general state charges were excluded from agency spending totals.

T-88

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

15,014
10
25,790
35,741
9,157
228,152
0
313,864

24,603
0
69,580
76,487
8,140
217,470
0
396,280

25,652
70
84,264
84,088
9,234
216,952
500
420,760

24,216
0
66,229
71,280
9,234
216,952
500
388,411

24,216
0
54,772
27,800
9,234
216,952
500
333,474

24,216
0
54,772
17,800
9,234
216,952
500
323,474

2,835
16,124
18,959

4,760
12,019
16,779

6,325
16,112
22,437

4,802
7,600
12,402

4,802
7,600
12,402

4,802
7,600
12,402

4,253,828
4,253,828

4,229,733
4,229,733

4,377,939
4,377,939

4,556,412
4,556,412

4,634,412
4,634,412

4,729,612
4,729,612

117,041
13,813,299
11,377,313
538,370
1,897,616
13,930,340

111,616
17,289,036
14,763,303
533,293
1,992,440
17,400,652

115,697
17,785,239
15,291,558
568,750
1,924,931
17,900,936

118,252
18,613,722
15,960,658
552,250
2,100,814
18,731,974

124,956
19,238,875
16,545,858
502,750
2,190,267
19,363,831

131,901
19,835,189
17,451,724
443,250
1,940,215
19,967,090

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,667,489
1,598,134
69,355
44,018
11,237
0
666
1,202,339
1,043,865
158,474
2,925,749

1,603,887
1,490,719
113,168
43,984
3,665
38
541
1,413,453
1,266,866
146,587
3,065,568

1,543,111
1,449,660
93,451
49,969
29,987
350
685
1,487,766
1,380,273
107,493
3,111,868

1,891,290
1,773,922
117,368
44,227
2,875
350
685
1,542,892
1,440,999
101,893
3,482,319

1,990,187
1,868,214
121,973
44,227
150
350
685
1,441,241
1,339,348
101,893
3,476,840

2,093,572
1,966,849
126,723
44,227
150
350
685
1,469,354
1,366,061
103,293
3,608,338

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

295,455
246,366
49,089
1,106,185
682,773
423,412
2,175,594
497,629
1,677,965
623
3,577,857

306,845
274,694
32,151
1,124,205
716,057
408,148
2,324,426
692,788
1,631,638
560
3,756,036

314,689
282,009
32,680
1,093,686
711,037
382,649
2,234,662
435,253
1,799,409
620
3,643,657

338,506
305,826
32,680
1,251,441
840,376
411,065
2,460,813
479,414
1,981,399
620
4,051,380

355,126
322,446
32,680
1,385,407
947,520
437,887
2,570,896
495,514
2,075,382
620
4,312,049

372,328
339,648
32,680
1,489,684
1,019,484
470,200
2,641,714
504,966
2,136,748
620
4,504,346

10,386
0
150,003
17,552
65,769
3,659
0
29,185
276,554

5,594
0
151,076
19,575
62,292
3,761
18,369
29,239
289,906

6,051
11,500
159,811
97,923
74,000
867
0
26,182
376,334

6,000
11,500
154,751
113,739
77,000
850
0
28,182
392,022

6,000
11,500
154,911
97,264
77,000
850
0
28,182
375,707

6,000
12,500
154,911
85,523
77,000
850
0
28,182
364,966

1,182,813
813,707
472,818
2,469,338

1,202,410
923,514
481,591
2,607,515

1,219,184
935,933
462,404
2,617,521

1,342,367
1,001,349
468,051
2,811,767

1,405,128
1,014,412
468,051
2,887,591

1,473,272
1,025,891
468,051
2,967,214

40,479

29,571

35,933

31,933

31,933

31,933

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Functional Total

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
26,556,053
21,848,300
3,234,014
924,218
549,521
26,596,532

FY 2012
Results
24,592,675
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
521,878
24,622,246

FY 2013
Updated
25,303,997
20,056,331
3,276,067
1,357,636
613,963
25,339,930

FY 2014
Projected
26,369,152
20,910,635
3,459,375
1,455,616
543,526
26,401,085

FY 2015
Projected
27,431,788
21,724,727
3,641,726
1,529,216
536,119
27,463,721

FY 2016
Projected
28,555,950
22,671,362
3,743,568
1,604,116
536,904
28,587,883

582
28
24,495
5,270
884
8,044
39,303

415
0
12,916
6,487
171
7,572
27,561

2,700
19
16,118
926
0
8,117
27,880

0
0
3,877
926
0
7,397
12,200

30,000
0
3,877
926
0
7,457
42,260

0
0
3,877
926
0
7,517
12,320

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

31,598
119,798
151,396

32,005
114,108
146,113

32,024
106,700
138,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

(34,402)
(34,402)

(45,178)
(45,178)

51,276
51,276

100,966
100,966

46,171
46,171

122,079
122,079

58,806,638

61,883,926

63,902,816

66,156,850

Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

55,294,648

T-90

57,267,003

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

57,860
12,581
20,444
4,744
212,310
3,534
52,777
18,056
382,306

52,515
13,044
33,729
6,456
210,028
3,596
47,386
17,270
384,024

51,572
13,629
22,726
5,286
202,401
3,079
48,889
15,194
362,776

53,512
13,823
22,627
5,396
206,774
3,206
54,419
15,226
374,983

55,230
14,020
23,230
5,396
209,007
3,288
56,343
15,333
381,847

56,168
14,221
23,485
5,396
211,596
3,288
58,195
15,568
387,917

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,637
255,522
7,122
177,022
444,303

4,299
245,162
6,504
183,216
439,181

4,146
234,743
0
165,936
404,825

4,175
234,902
0
166,563
405,640

4,251
236,463
0
169,056
409,770

4,337
239,266
0
171,026
414,629

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

68,522
33,454
101,976

67,400
35,857
103,257

70,013
24,952
94,965

73,915
25,548
99,463

75,576
26,111
101,687

77,460
26,722
104,182

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

1,677
571,324
23,247
548,077
27,990
36,971
637,962

2,137
555,256
15,222
540,034
25,258
43,470
626,121

1,737
606,935
51,355
555,580
24,795
43,500
676,967

1,811
663,531
56,355
607,176
25,596
63,673
754,611

1,903
684,909
55,855
629,054
26,821
61,373
775,006

1,970
690,571
55,855
634,716
27,292
56,500
776,333

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

321,270
321,270
61,015
14,165
44,994
381
1,290
167,085
167,085
1,094
150,850
762,144

292,769
292,769
55,910
12,000
42,274
294
1,261
150,451
150,451
395
157,884
713,238

315,749
315,749
51,392
10,755
50,358
251
1,409
202,699
202,699
1,186
150,979
784,778

314,574
314,574
51,781
10,958
43,269
333
1,426
205,158
205,158
1,206
149,735
778,440

301,454
301,454
52,756
11,269
44,363
337
1,465
216,323
216,323
1,234
152,632
781,833

298,224
298,224
54,285
11,614
45,456
337
1,509
214,493
214,493
1,244
155,909
783,071

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

80,818
34,454
46,364
1,455,854
482,556
973,298
345
1,542,092
(6,620)
1,548,712
6,573
3,085,682

75,671
31,920
43,751
1,372,952
306,563
1,066,389
411
1,485,935
106,952
1,378,983
5,948
2,940,917

73,393
32,662
40,731
1,415,695
387,066
1,028,629
0
1,487,922
176
1,487,746
7,698
2,984,708

75,072
33,320
41,752
1,461,109
381,483
1,079,626
0
1,543,657
181
1,543,476
8,368
3,088,206

77,819
34,549
43,270
1,529,654
400,417
1,129,237
0
1,580,784
181
1,580,603
8,548
3,196,805

81,590
36,224
45,366
1,592,461
408,853
1,183,608
0
1,666,824
181
1,666,643
8,743
3,349,618

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network

2,419
2,575,307
63,391
0
15,550
25,024
4,944
28,398
0
657,091
9,069
27,655

2,251
2,471,532
63,882
20,811
8,654
326
4,979
27,440
0
611,384
17,596
69,207

2,672
2,703,688
70,920
42,700
48,678
859
5,452
26,944
600
643,524
52,601
0

2,711
2,577,560
72,462
30,000
36,972
1,151
5,577
27,089
600
649,676
51,525
0

2,787
2,649,150
70,210
34,500
33,560
1,167
5,795
27,443
600
655,118
52,826
0

2,864
2,806,031
71,639
0
34,731
1,183
5,990
27,814
600
668,143
54,164
0

T-91

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)

Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
4,521
3,413,369

FY 2012
Results
4,138
3,302,200

FY 2013
Updated
4,782
3,603,420

FY 2014
Projected
4,862
3,460,185

FY 2015
Projected
4,974
3,538,130

FY 2016
Projected
5,113
3,678,272

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

117,099
255
61,052
14,438
4,880,006
5,072,850

107,837
376
64,233
16,809
5,429,621
5,618,876

103,231
1,201
68,980
0
5,523,988
5,697,400

105,433
1,201
70,309
0
5,631,128
5,808,071

107,683
1,201
71,976
0
5,773,706
5,954,566

109,983
1,201
73,821
0
5,912,561
6,097,566

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

4,694
131,572
131,572
136,266

4,088
126,159
126,159
130,247

4,120
125,348
125,348
129,468

4,122
129,133
129,133
133,255

4,168
131,140
131,140
135,308

4,218
133,142
133,142
137,360

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

32,081
17,677
519
5,604
3,000
127,315
5,703
32,335
152,955
3,988
3,794
1,653
41,797
3,134
412,940
22,018
6,025
872,538

30,681
14,595
457
9,400
2,604
119,994
5,409
23,215
140,484
3,675
3,217
83
40,716
2,850
382,913
18,958
5,312
804,563

31,253
14,736
605
5,114
2,688
154,228
6,610
33,838
161,247
3,731
4,016
0
45,662
3,101
393,151
21,994
5,989
887,963

36,596
16,143
615
5,179
2,710
138,390
6,717
33,092
155,197
3,857
4,486
0
46,581
2,813
394,799
21,305
5,552
874,032

39,063
16,603
633
5,316
2,786
133,213
6,970
35,244
159,080
3,804
4,600
0
47,676
2,894
405,915
23,877
5,698
893,372

40,049
17,003
642
5,462
2,869
136,101
7,196
40,409
159,478
3,896
4,720
0
48,348
2,948
412,630
23,485
5,866
911,102

138,841
12,880
1,868,890
161,877
222,536
304
2,405,328

135,123
13,256
1,827,308
160,461
197,163
408
2,333,719

139,394
13,578
1,855,900
165,109
218,795
614
2,393,390

142,190
13,836
1,914,414
162,564
221,349
614
2,454,967

145,658
14,773
1,999,952
166,796
223,945
665
2,551,789

149,721
15,185
2,095,494
171,368
226,583
680
2,659,031

5,561
62,846
4,886
73,293

3,676
45,732
5,007
54,415

17,388,017

17,450,758

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE OPERATIONS SPENDING

T-92

0
46,925
(104,114)
(57,189)
17,963,471

0
46,925
(219,122)
(172,197)
18,059,656

0
46,925
(211,175)
(164,250)
18,555,863

0
46,925
(105,096)
(58,171)
19,240,910

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

31,416
8,512
13,906
2,894
152,126
2,890
41,801
12,062
265,607

27,412
7,720
11,354
4,776
142,332
2,849
38,749
10,940
246,132

27,993
8,185
12,704
3,432
133,847
2,485
40,507
9,059
238,212

29,168
8,246
13,087
3,501
136,495
2,522
44,591
9,058
246,668

30,180
8,308
13,424
3,501
138,669
2,548
46,220
9,133
251,983

30,855
8,370
13,679
3,501
141,191
2,548
47,964
9,368
257,476

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,234
186,181
6,060
135,297
331,772

3,779
188,153
5,454
138,928
336,314

3,791
174,892
0
128,763
307,446

3,820
176,274
0
129,520
309,614

3,896
179,774
0
131,378
315,048

3,982
182,690
0
133,348
320,020

51,578
10,853
62,431

48,313
9,818
58,131

50,028
10,206
60,234

51,560
10,457
62,017

52,689
10,699
63,388

54,020
10,969
64,989

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

1,641
289,860
500
289,360
20,818
534
312,853

1,931
267,998
1,438
266,560
19,738
441
290,108

1,555
285,952
500
285,452
18,379
0
305,886

1,619
310,157
500
309,657
18,850
0
330,626

1,701
322,478
500
321,978
19,725
0
343,904

1,768
328,193
500
327,693
20,196
0
350,157

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

192,793
192,793
46,367
12,932
32,161
304
1,098
62,305
62,305
434
89,052
437,446

177,205
177,205
40,611
10,679
29,954
292
1,040
51,870
51,870
364
85,890
397,905

186,486
186,486
40,890
9,841
27,955
210
1,313
83,922
83,922
701
87,805
439,123

174,500
174,500
41,148
9,927
28,145
292
1,324
85,979
85,979
721
90,328
432,364

163,438
163,438
41,986
10,207
28,851
295
1,356
90,656
90,656
738
92,301
429,828

161,653
161,653
43,395
10,522
29,545
295
1,389
93,056
93,056
748
94,633
435,236

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

59,596
25,103
34,493
1,145,258
405,776
739,482
1,168,196
0
1,168,196
5,430
2,378,480

54,920
22,801
32,119
1,081,037
253,135
827,902
1,125,113
72,227
1,052,886
4,856
2,265,926

54,931
24,466
30,465
1,128,102
307,407
820,695
1,124,943
0
1,124,943
6,480
2,314,456

56,407
24,854
31,553
1,146,525
298,781
847,744
1,167,242
0
1,167,242
7,090
2,377,264

58,624
25,830
32,794
1,196,034
318,073
877,961
1,193,675
0
1,193,675
7,241
2,455,574

61,879
27,263
34,616
1,257,066
326,199
930,867
1,269,575
0
1,269,575
7,404
2,595,924

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of

2,082
2,043,633
34,806
0
6,531
8
3,723
19,260
0
582,393
3,977
8,076
3,761

1,890
1,959,956
32,972
9,685
6,837
259
3,794
17,152
0
557,865
7,554
7,006
3,109

2,398
2,231,528
33,919
0
15,494
569
4,093
16,525
600
563,304
10,814
0
3,866

2,414
2,085,747
34,524
0
15,635
802
4,124
16,655
600
568,753
10,895
0
3,931

2,481
2,136,867
35,363
0
16,151
810
4,237
16,861
600
572,693
10,977
0
4,026

2,548
2,272,313
36,326
0
16,733
818
4,357
17,080
600
580,708
11,060
0
4,148

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-93

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)

Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING

FY 2011
Results
2,708,250

FY 2012
Results
2,608,079

FY 2013
Updated
2,883,110

FY 2014
Projected
2,744,080

FY 2015
Projected
2,801,066

FY 2016
Projected
2,946,691

85,732
221
32,756
12,562
3,239,364
3,370,635

74,043
207
28,789
13,612
3,324,528
3,441,179

75,289
198
30,166
0
3,379,755
3,485,408

76,792
198
30,554
0
3,429,503
3,537,047

78,326
198
31,247
0
3,520,264
3,630,035

79,892
198
32,058
0
3,607,190
3,719,338

3,098
90,078
90,078
93,176

2,266
80,475
80,475
82,741

2,298
81,821
81,821
84,119

2,300
84,326
84,326
86,626

2,346
85,873
85,873
88,219

2,396
87,539
87,539
89,935

24,430
16,153
374
4,205
2,909
56,079
5,519
9,872
21,057
3,456
3,017
1,537
31,270
2,776
323,767
11,208
5,570
523,199

23,829
13,284
378
4,065
2,529
48,873
5,067
8,359
20,276
3,197
2,492
80
28,357
2,483
300,408
10,456
4,868
479,001

24,961
13,247
392
4,144
2,551
50,908
6,083
5,500
24,676
3,290
3,166
0
31,340
2,900
301,881
13,586
5,050
493,675

25,768
14,359
396
4,254
2,570
51,870
6,129
5,504
25,029
3,119
3,190
0
32,307
2,601
300,966
13,595
5,123
496,780

27,287
14,714
408
4,370
2,646
52,997
6,301
6,119
25,495
3,046
3,282
0
33,039
2,673
309,755
13,907
5,259
511,298

28,166
15,109
417
4,495
2,728
54,392
6,485
6,366
25,893
3,138
3,380
0
33,700
2,727
316,470
14,246
5,416
523,128

110,320
10,963
1,525,120
111,750
174,096
281
1,932,530

103,298
10,210
1,464,351
106,462
151,882
289
1,836,492

108,671
11,338
1,468,250
110,920
165,284
480
1,864,943

109,385
11,495
1,514,284
110,913
166,524
494
1,913,095

112,012
12,238
1,561,492
113,920
167,773
515
1,967,950

115,214
12,589
1,618,742
117,232
169,031
543
2,033,351

3,835
2,217
6,052

2,091
2,356
4,447

12,422,431

12,046,455

T-94

0
(7,318)
(7,318)
12,469,294

0
(42,275)
(42,275)
12,493,906

0
(27,179)
(27,179)
12,831,114

0
27,919
27,919
13,364,164

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

26,444
4,069
6,538
1,850
60,184
644
10,976
5,994
116,699

25,103
5,324
22,375
1,680
67,696
747
8,637
6,330
137,892

23,579
5,444
10,022
1,854
68,554
594
8,382
6,135
124,564

24,344
5,577
9,540
1,895
70,279
684
9,828
6,168
128,315

25,050
5,712
9,806
1,895
70,338
740
10,123
6,200
129,864

25,313
5,851
9,806
1,895
70,405
740
10,231
6,200
130,441

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

403
69,341
1,062
41,725
112,531

520
57,009
1,050
44,288
102,867

355
59,851
0
37,173
97,379

355
58,628
0
37,043
96,026

355
56,689
0
37,678
94,722

355
56,576
0
37,678
94,609

16,944
22,601
39,545

19,087
26,039
45,126

19,985
14,746
34,731

22,355
15,091
37,446

22,887
15,412
38,299

23,440
15,753
39,193

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

36
281,464
22,747
258,717
7,172
36,437
325,109

206
287,258
13,784
273,474
5,520
43,029
336,013

182
320,983
50,855
270,128
6,416
43,500
371,081

192
353,374
55,855
297,519
6,746
63,673
423,985

202
362,431
55,355
307,076
7,096
61,373
431,102

202
362,378
55,355
307,023
7,096
56,500
426,176

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

128,477
128,477
14,648
1,233
12,833
77
192
104,780
104,780
660
61,798
324,698

115,564
115,564
15,299
1,321
12,320
2
221
98,581
98,581
31
71,994
315,333

129,263
129,263
10,502
914
22,403
41
96
118,777
118,777
485
63,174
345,655

140,074
140,074
10,633
1,031
15,124
41
102
119,179
119,179
485
59,407
346,076

138,016
138,016
10,770
1,062
15,512
42
109
125,667
125,667
496
60,331
352,005

136,571
136,571
10,890
1,092
15,911
42
120
121,437
121,437
496
61,276
347,835

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

21,222
9,351
11,871
310,596
76,780
233,816
345
373,896
(6,620)
380,516
1,143
707,202

20,751
9,119
11,632
291,915
53,428
238,487
411
360,822
34,725
326,097
1,092
674,991

18,462
8,196
10,266
287,593
79,659
207,934
0
362,979
176
362,803
1,218
670,252

18,665
8,466
10,199
314,584
82,702
231,882
0
376,415
181
376,234
1,278
710,942

19,195
8,719
10,476
333,620
82,344
251,276
0
387,109
181
386,928
1,307
741,231

19,711
8,961
10,750
335,395
82,654
252,741
0
397,249
181
397,068
1,339
753,694

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of

337
531,674
28,585
0
9,019
25,016
1,221
9,138
74,698
5,092
19,579
760

361
511,576
30,910
11,126
1,817
67
1,185
10,288
53,519
10,042
62,201
1,029

274
472,160
37,001
42,700
33,184
290
1,359
10,419
80,220
41,787
0
916

297
491,813
37,938
30,000
21,337
349
1,453
10,434
80,923
40,630
0
931

306
512,283
34,847
34,500
17,409
357
1,558
10,582
82,425
41,849
0
948

316
533,718
35,313
0
17,998
365
1,633
10,734
87,435
43,104
0
965

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-95

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
705,119

FY 2012
Results
694,121

FY 2013
Updated
720,310

FY 2014
Projected
716,105

FY 2015
Projected
737,064

FY 2016
Projected
731,581

31,367
34
28,296
1,876
1,640,642
1,702,215

33,794
169
35,444
3,197
2,105,093
2,177,697

27,942
1,003
38,814
0
2,144,233
2,211,992

28,641
1,003
39,755
0
2,201,625
2,271,024

29,357
1,003
40,729
0
2,253,442
2,324,531

30,091
1,003
41,763
0
2,305,371
2,378,228

1,596
41,494
41,494
43,090

1,822
45,684
45,684
47,506

1,822
43,527
43,527
45,349

1,822
44,807
44,807
46,629

1,822
45,267
45,267
47,089

1,822
45,603
45,603
47,425

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

7,651
1,524
145
1,399
91
71,236
184
22,463
131,898
532
777
116
10,527
358
89,173
10,810
455
349,339

6,852
1,311
79
5,335
75
71,121
342
14,856
120,208
478
725
3
12,359
367
82,505
8,502
444
325,562

6,292
1,489
213
970
137
103,320
527
28,338
136,571
441
850
0
14,322
201
91,270
8,408
939
394,288

10,828
1,784
219
925
140
86,520
588
27,588
130,168
738
1,296
0
14,274
212
93,833
7,710
429
377,252

11,776
1,889
225
946
140
80,216
669
29,125
133,585
758
1,318
0
14,637
221
96,160
9,970
439
382,074

11,883
1,894
225
967
141
81,709
711
34,043
133,585
758
1,340
0
14,648
221
96,160
9,239
450
387,974

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

28,521
1,917
343,770
50,127
48,440
23
472,798

31,825
3,046
362,957
53,999
45,281
119
497,227

30,723
2,240
387,650
54,189
53,511
134
528,447

32,805
2,341
400,130
51,651
54,825
120
541,872

33,646
2,535
438,460
52,876
56,172
150
583,839

34,507
2,596
476,752
54,136
57,552
137
625,680

1,726
62,846
2,669
67,241

1,585
45,732
2,651
49,968

0
46,925
(96,796)
(49,871)

0
46,925
(176,847)
(129,922)

0
46,925
(183,996)
(137,071)

0
46,925
(133,015)
(86,090)

4,965,586

5,404,303

Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS SPENDING

T-96

5,494,177

5,565,750

5,724,749

5,876,746

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

4,749
4,125
21
1,406
66,829
20,299
3,517
100,946

1,340
3,572
0
2,342
78,607
18,738
2,283
106,882

1,590
4,230
28
1,638
66,930
20,935
3,054
98,405

1,720
4,491
28
1,758
66,986
24,284
3,287
102,554

1,882
4,761
28
1,758
68,236
26,488
3,512
106,665

1,999
5,004
28
1,758
69,800
28,678
3,512
110,779

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

37,838
2,268
2,627
42,733

34,802
2,389
655
37,846

36,896
0
3,691
40,587

35,879
0
3,830
39,709

36,705
0
3,893
40,598

37,571
0
3,938
41,509

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

27,440
403
27,843

24,762
10,781
35,543

24,999
4,951
29,950

28,079
5,394
33,473

30,196
5,790
35,986

32,298
6,196
38,494

HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

33,594
33,594
94
318
34,006

31,976
31,976
26
232
32,234

42,219
42,219
0
0
42,219

46,360
46,360
0
0
46,360

47,685
47,685
0
0
47,685

49,298
49,298
0
0
49,298

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

2,325
2,325
16,197
15,601
1,449
1,449
56
43,152
78,780

1,681
1,681
15,130
15,023
884
884
46
41,151
73,915

2,516
2,516
16,501
14,447
0
0
221
45,231
78,916

2,620
2,620
17,530
15,328
0
0
221
49,193
84,892

2,652
2,652
18,670
16,535
0
0
222
52,898
90,977

2,693
2,693
19,581
17,665
0
0
224
56,581
96,744

28,405
12,170
16,235
559,405
198,061
361,344
579,990
0
579,990
1,017
1,168,817

28,073
12,086
15,987
530,084
121,294
408,790
521,119
103,992
417,127
1,076
1,080,352

28,141
12,397
15,744
575,056
138,921
436,135
595,527
0
595,527
1,187
1,199,911

30,184
13,297
16,887
614,201
160,344
453,857
647,854
0
647,854
1,270
1,293,509

33,096
14,579
18,517
672,032
177,298
494,734
699,253
0
699,253
1,375
1,405,756

36,551
16,099
20,452
740,872
192,582
548,290
768,760
0
768,760
1,481
1,547,664

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

2,000
86
196
0
583
20,735
1
598
888
25,087

0
61
0
83
546
18,994
0
120
1,817
21,621

42
195
709
285
250
21,282
0
0
1,777
24,540

45
208
707
437
250
24,073
0
0
1,887
27,607

48
226
707
464
250
25,230
0
0
2,000
28,925

51
242
707
489
250
26,230
0
0
2,102
30,071

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

6,400
115
14,829
4,477
528,040
553,861

6,355
73
12,780
5,816
559,936
584,960

6,152
99
15,131
0
587,722
609,104

6,337
99
16,363
0
606,078
628,877

6,527
99
17,337
0
625,939
649,902

6,723
99
18,223
0
646,757
671,802

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

T-97

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

29,406
29,406
29,406

30,286
30,286
30,286

29,862
29,862
29,862

32,319
32,319
32,319

34,763
34,763
34,763

36,844
36,844
36,844

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
General Services, Office of
Lottery, Division of the
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Functional Total

1,744
219
162
1,290
9,955
9,186
23,256
45,812

2,081
241
164
1,495
9,822
7,368
11,633
32,804

2,297
168
191
1,901
11,743
8,898
21,522
46,720

2,650
168
208
2,002
13,879
9,704
22,820
51,431

2,874
172
225
2,144
13,978
10,595
23,047
53,035

3,094
176
225
2,284
13,978
10,844
23,047
53,648

1,382
551,580
7,884
560,846

2,689
601,767
8,163
612,619

2,061
584,398
14,030
600,489

1,522
643,830
15,103
660,455

1,633
683,352
16,293
701,278

1,744
717,306
17,381
736,431

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

3,426,460
6,898
3,433,358

3,938,106
5,244
3,943,350

3,724,334
5,809
3,730,143

4,055,224
5,947
4,061,171

4,361,309
6,080
4,367,389

4,619,948
6,203
4,626,151

TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

6,101,495

6,592,412

6,530,846

7,062,357

7,562,959

8,039,435

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total

T-98

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

18,571
18,571

6,079
6,079

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

0
0

349
349

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
State, Department of
Functional Total

0
0

0
0

(15)
(15)

(15)
(15)

(15)
(15)

(15)
(15)

18,571

6,428

TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS SPENDING

T-99

4,985

4,985

4,985

4,985

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development Capital
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

5,205
30,190
57,695
895,913
16,403
5,248
3,561
1,014,215

17,956
17,655
41,323
877,318
14,629
6,058
3,718
978,657

15,506
12,500
29,381
437,065
13,200
2,500
5,000
515,152

9,277
12,500
32,645
587,602
14,790
2,500
5,000
664,314

7,330
5,000
19,859
607,103
14,790
1,500
5,000
660,582

3,500
5,000
15,000
439,492
14,790
1,500
5,000
484,282

671,782
356
15,216
40,592
727,946

656,742
1,454
216
26,118
684,530

649,692
0
3,816
90,341
743,849

568,081
0
0
63,627
631,708

480,559
0
0
50,940
531,499

446,102
0
0
37,228
483,330

216,912
204,814
1,478
3,680,311
4,103,515

194,500
186,910
2,163
3,513,459
3,897,032

333,600
184,484
1,800
3,721,702
4,241,586

183,600
194,948
1,800
3,727,823
4,108,171

183,600
202,058
1,800
3,491,622
3,879,080

328,571
209,772
1,800
3,160,379
3,700,522

HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Functional Total

286,445
286,445
286,445

330,927
330,927
330,927

462,118
462,118
462,118

419,343
419,343
419,343

88,907
88,907
88,907

88,333
88,333
88,333

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Functional Total

21,023
21,023
96,570
45,000
45,000
162,593

20,511
20,511
82,360
45,000
45,000
147,871

20,900
20,900
83,635
40,000
40,000
144,535

20,900
20,900
83,577
30,000
30,000
134,477

20,914
20,914
85,229
30,000
30,000
136,143

20,931
20,931
90,231
30,000
30,000
141,162

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Functional Total

43,218
43,218
129,125
129,125
24,369
24,369
196,712

52,984
52,984
94,524
94,524
41,719
41,719
189,227

57,819
57,819
134,090
134,090
49,099
49,099
241,008

57,819
57,819
142,109
142,109
43,099
43,099
243,027

126,773
126,773
217,191
217,191
43,099
43,099
387,063

126,773
126,773
217,294
217,294
43,099
43,099
387,166

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

216,232
0
2,416
23,746
535
14,597
257,526

239,799
17,754
4,476
16,092
125
30,466
308,712

253,265
0
16,000
27,041
0
37,800
334,106

259,677
0
13,100
26,996
0
17,874
317,647

265,710
0
5,500
43,507
0
13,865
328,582

271,860
0
400
41,607
0
13,865
327,732

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
State University of New York
Functional Total

9,601
33,834
852,555
895,990

25,182
26,836
1,020,432
1,072,450

52,127
36,492
1,091,604
1,180,223

53,066
10,000
1,070,945
1,134,011

46,725
0
1,198,663
1,245,388

41,958
0
1,122,584
1,164,542

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

13,398
13,398
13,398

22,384
22,384
22,384

46,637
46,637
46,637

47,118
47,118
47,118

32,400
32,400
32,400

37,400
37,400
37,400

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Technology, Office for
Functional Total

61,188
1,373
4,085
66,646

74,801
0
511
75,312

66,578
0
0
66,578

59,309
0
0
59,309

69,883
0
0
69,883

69,883
0
0
69,883

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Hudson River Park Trust
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-100

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS SPENDING

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

9,640
9,640

2,311
2,311

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

109,953
109,953

126,774
126,774

91,000
91,000

104,000
104,000

96,000
96,000

40,000
40,000

7,844,579

7,836,187

8,066,792

7,863,125

7,455,527

6,924,352

T-101

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

96,013
15,014
70,045
33,711
36,334
5,749
5,205

109,312
24,603
64,331
30,360
33,971
2,422
17,956

107,124
25,652
63,274
30,191
33,083
2,692
15,506

101,679
24,216
65,259
31,410
33,849
2,927
9,277

101,990
24,216
67,261
32,478
34,783
3,183
7,330

99,292
24,216
68,212
33,166
35,046
3,364
3,500

Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

16,706
12,581
8,512
4,069
4,125

16,616
13,044
7,720
5,324
3,572

17,859
13,629
8,185
5,444
4,230

18,314
13,823
8,246
5,577
4,491

18,781
14,020
8,308
5,712
4,761

19,225
14,221
8,370
5,851
5,004

10
10

0
0

70
70

0
0

0
0

0
0

17,655
17,655
0

12,500
0
12,500

12,500
0
12,500

5,000
0
5,000

5,000
0
5,000

Development Authority of the North Country
Local Assistance Grants
Economic Development Capital
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

30,190
30,617
(427)

Economic Development, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

103,950
75,494
20,444
13,906
6,538
21
7,991

147,540
112,990
33,729
11,354
22,375
0
821

142,744
90,364
22,971
12,704
10,267
28
29,381

127,874
72,329
22,872
13,087
9,785
28
32,645

98,234
54,872
23,475
13,424
10,051
28
19,859

93,630
54,872
23,730
13,679
10,051
28
15,000

Empire State Development Corporation
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

931,654
926,844
4,810

953,805
945,359
8,446

521,153
423,588
97,565

658,882
526,280
132,602

634,903
499,900
135,003

457,292
371,460
85,832

31,710
9,157
4,744
2,894
1,850
1,406
16,403

31,567
8,140
6,456
4,776
1,680
2,342
14,629

29,358
9,234
5,286
3,432
1,854
1,638
13,200

31,178
9,234
5,396
3,501
1,895
1,758
14,790

31,178
9,234
5,396
3,501
1,895
1,758
14,790

31,178
9,234
5,396
3,501
1,895
1,758
14,790

507,393
228,152
212,412
152,126
60,286
66,829

507,240
217,470
211,029
142,603
68,426
78,741

486,283
216,952
202,401
133,847
68,554
66,930

490,712
216,952
206,774
136,495
70,279
66,986

494,195
216,952
209,007
138,669
70,338
68,236

498,348
216,952
211,596
141,191
70,405
69,800

3,534
3,534
2,890
644

3,596
3,596
2,849
747

3,079
3,079
2,485
594

3,206
3,206
2,522
684

3,288
3,288
2,548
740

3,288
3,288
2,548
740

Public Service Department
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

75,288
0
54,403
43,289
11,114
20,885

68,432
0
48,882
40,067
8,815
19,550

72,884
500
50,681
42,037
8,644
21,703

81,863
500
56,250
46,131
10,119
25,113

85,866
500
58,064
47,658
10,406
27,302

89,955
500
59,945
49,431
10,514
29,510

Racing and Wagering Board, State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

21,573
18,056
12,062
5,994
3,517

19,553
17,270
10,940
6,330
2,283

18,248
15,194
9,059
6,135
3,054

18,513
15,226
9,058
6,168
3,287

18,845
15,333
9,133
6,200
3,512

19,080
15,568
9,368
6,200
3,512

Regional Economic Development Program
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

5,248
5,248
0

6,058
6,058
0

2,500
0
2,500

2,500
0
2,500

1,500
0
1,500

1,500
0
1,500

Strategic Investment Program
Capital Projects

3,561
3,561

3,718
3,718

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

1,826,830

1,885,092

1,418,802

1,552,221

1,498,780

1,322,788

4,718
4,718

4,354
4,354

4,496
4,496

4,525
4,525

4,601
4,601

4,687
4,687

Energy Research and Development Authority
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Financial Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Olympic Regional Development Authority
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
State Operations

T-102

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2011
Results
4,234
484

FY 2012
Results
3,779
575

FY 2013
Updated
3,791
705

FY 2014
Projected
3,820
705

FY 2015
Projected
3,896
705

FY 2016
Projected
3,982
705

Environmental Conservation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

1,024,255
369,290
302,256
210,874
91,382
47,382
305,327

1,002,764
358,448
294,072
213,248
80,824
47,190
303,054

979,595
257,775
276,603
199,996
76,607
46,975
398,242

895,762
210,252
276,859
201,475
75,384
46,020
362,631

811,319
149,802
278,861
205,416
73,445
47,097
335,559

781,255
149,802
282,109
208,777
73,332
48,242
301,102

9,746
0
7,122
6,060
1,062
2,268
356

10,347
1,180
6,504
5,454
1,050
2,389
274

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

15,216
15,216

216
216

3,816
3,816

0
0

0
0

0
0

260,277
18,960
180,237
136,484
43,753
2,719
58,361

235,452
15,759
186,943
139,955
46,988
655
32,095

284,953
17,382
168,031
129,773
38,258
4,199
95,341

250,501
8,870
168,663
130,535
38,128
4,341
68,627

240,527
8,870
171,203
132,415
38,788
4,514
55,940

228,855
8,870
173,189
134,401
38,788
4,568
42,228

1,314,212

1,253,133

1,272,860

1,150,788

1,056,447

1,014,797

Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

216,912
216,912
0

194,500
194,500
0

333,600
183,600
150,000

183,600
183,600
0

183,600
183,600
0

328,571
18,571
310,000

Motor Vehicles, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

320,322
15,734
71,816
52,897
18,919
27,958
204,814

301,370
18,475
70,746
49,513
21,233
25,239
186,910

298,719
14,800
73,813
51,271
22,542
25,622
184,484

316,288
14,800
77,782
52,820
24,962
28,758
194,948

327,324
14,800
79,538
53,981
25,557
30,928
202,058

339,175
14,800
81,521
55,348
26,173
33,082
209,772

1,478
1,478
0

2,163
2,163
0

1,800
0
1,800

1,800
0
1,800

1,800
0
1,800

1,800
0
1,800

8,017,474
4,892,214
40,374
15,310
25,064
2,519
3,082,367

7,830,434
4,757,704
42,373
13,730
28,643
13,072
3,017,285

8,179,764
5,019,024
32,540
15,248
17,292
7,480
3,120,720

8,365,815
5,206,264
33,310
15,609
17,701
8,167
3,118,074

8,208,947
5,297,709
34,050
15,963
18,087
8,760
2,868,428

7,974,313
5,341,763
34,854
16,356
18,498
9,365
2,588,331

8,556,186

8,328,467

8,813,883

8,867,503

8,721,671

8,643,859

232,453
222,625
9,828
8,323
1,505
0

227,242
217,808
9,434
7,978
1,456
0

218,487
208,466
9,786
8,586
1,200
235

221,126
211,021
9,870
8,660
1,210
235

228,051
217,725
10,091
8,871
1,220
235

235,209
224,670
10,304
9,084
1,220
235

43,795,710

44,663,159

44,574,901

47,412,831

51,734,493

54,960,077

38,624,934
38,601,687
23,247
500
22,747

39,256,878
39,241,656
15,222
1,438
13,784

38,984,461
38,933,106
51,355
500
50,855

41,611,055
41,554,700
56,355
500
55,855

46,188,911
46,133,056
55,855
500
55,355

49,659,517
49,603,662
55,855
500
55,355

956,269
956,269

976,377
976,377

1,160,500
1,160,500

1,151,400
1,151,400

1,077,200
1,077,200

958,200
958,200

4,214,507
3,396,015

4,429,904
3,593,923

4,429,940
3,574,440

4,650,376
3,738,988

4,468,382
3,532,182

4,342,360
3,396,992

Environmental Facilities Corporation
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Hudson River Park Trust
Capital Projects
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION

Thruway Authority, New York State
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
Transportation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Medicaid Administration
Local Assistance Grants
Public Health
Local Assistance Grants

T-103

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
750,575
346,059
404,516
60,449
7,468

FY 2012
Results
772,802
318,107
454,695
55,907
7,272

FY 2013
Updated
776,775
339,826
436,949
65,225
13,500

FY 2014
Projected
828,472
364,125
464,347
69,416
13,500

FY 2015
Projected
851,395
377,435
473,960
71,305
13,500

FY 2016
Projected
858,254
384,286
473,968
73,614
13,500

Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

66,843
57,844
41,629
16,215
8,999

60,837
52,040
39,477
12,563
8,797

66,241
55,503
36,758
18,745
10,738

67,525
56,776
37,700
19,076
10,749

70,221
59,241
39,442
19,799
10,980

71,464
60,200
40,375
19,825
11,264

Stem Cell and Innovation
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

37,289
36,971
534
36,437
318

43,702
43,470
441
43,029
232

43,500
43,500
0
43,500
0

63,673
63,673
0
63,673
0

61,373
61,373
0
61,373
0

56,500
56,500
0
56,500
0

44,132,295

44,994,940

44,903,129

47,765,155

52,094,138

55,323,250

Children and Family Services, Office of

3,144,866

3,183,934

2,984,297

3,328,906

3,417,384

3,518,588

OCFS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

3,075,511
2,640,673
404,378
220,446
183,932
12,215
18,245

3,070,766
2,657,157
380,630
203,272
177,358
12,485
20,494

2,890,846
2,451,460
406,057
215,568
190,489
12,429
20,900

3,211,538
2,775,722
403,365
202,065
201,300
11,551
20,900

3,295,411
2,870,014
392,604
191,823
200,781
11,893
20,900

3,391,865
2,968,649
390,004
190,656
199,348
12,312
20,900

69,355
69,355

113,168
113,168

93,451
93,451

117,368
117,368

121,973
121,973

126,723
126,723

403,244
308,912
71,483
55,025
16,458
19,849
3,000

482,652
396,383
65,256
48,144
17,112
18,713
2,300

262,781
181,941
58,650
45,921
12,729
19,190
3,000

258,792
176,139
59,184
46,246
12,938
20,467
3,002

263,099
177,791
60,437
47,286
13,151
21,869
3,002

270,819
182,791
62,297
48,987
13,310
22,727
3,004

Human Rights, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

19,139
18,092
14,686
3,406
1,047

17,311
17,262
13,420
3,842
49

16,966
14,997
12,571
2,426
1,969

17,285
15,210
12,666
2,544
2,075

17,858
15,655
13,038
2,617
2,203

18,471
16,141
13,451
2,690
2,330

Labor, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

710,215
195,795
407,013
249,256
157,757
107,407

641,800
164,683
368,493
241,039
127,454
108,624

698,178
218,507
366,775
224,230
142,545
112,896

641,846
181,922
344,312
214,420
129,892
115,612

653,006
179,197
349,524
219,168
130,356
124,285

667,610
179,197
355,504
224,658
130,846
132,909

National and Community Service
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

24,731
0
24,731
661
24,070

21,606
38
21,568
674
20,894

14,601
350
14,251
564
13,687

14,687
350
14,337
650
13,687

14,909
350
14,559
657
13,902

14,909
350
14,559
657
13,902

1,946
666
1,280
1,088
192

1,825
541
1,284
1,063
221

2,094
685
1,409
1,313
96

2,111
685
1,426
1,324
102

2,153
685
1,468
1,359
109

2,202
685
1,517
1,397
120

5,278,082

5,317,739

5,444,086

5,270,239

5,182,778

5,213,431

Welfare Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

3,717,714
3,717,714

3,787,292
3,787,292

4,016,043
4,016,043

3,853,929
3,853,929

3,752,278
3,752,278

3,778,991
3,778,991

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,560,368
1,183,687
329,230
166,482
162,748
47,451

1,530,447
1,167,432
319,774
154,615
165,159
43,241

1,428,043
1,032,593
351,327
167,368
183,959
44,123

1,416,310
1,016,993
354,854
170,424
184,430
44,463

1,430,500
1,016,993
368,534
177,551
190,983
44,973

1,434,440
1,018,393
371,074
182,643
188,431
44,973

1,150
1,094

441
395

1,407
1,186

1,427
1,206

1,456
1,234

1,468
1,244

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE

OCFS - Other
Local Assistance Grants
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of

Welfare Inspector General, Office of
State Operations

T-104

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

FY 2011
Results
434
660
56

FY 2012
Results
364
31
46

FY 2013
Updated
701
485
221

FY 2014
Projected
721
485
221

FY 2015
Projected
738
496
222

FY 2016
Projected
748
496
224

Workers' Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

198,709
155,557
89,052
66,505
43,152

203,545
162,394
85,890
76,504
41,151

199,742
154,511
87,805
66,706
45,231

202,552
153,359
90,328
63,031
49,193

209,154
156,256
92,301
63,955
52,898

216,114
159,533
94,633
64,900
56,581

9,782,082

9,870,853

9,624,152

9,737,845

9,761,797

9,923,612

600,042

592,713

610,793

638,490

729,206

753,881

OASAS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

488,354
434,709
39,783
29,054
10,729
12,184
1,678

500,824
450,222
38,370
27,687
10,683
12,086
146

521,638
456,790
39,817
29,943
9,874
15,151
9,880

547,171
477,291
40,465
30,379
10,086
16,219
13,196

634,739
562,978
41,267
30,906
10,361
17,411
13,083

655,383
580,180
43,031
32,390
10,641
19,089
13,083

OASAS - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

111,688
49,089
46,364
34,493
11,871
16,235

91,889
32,151
43,751
32,119
11,632
15,987

89,155
32,680
40,731
30,465
10,266
15,744

91,319
32,680
41,752
31,553
10,199
16,887

94,467
32,680
43,270
32,794
10,476
18,517

98,498
32,680
45,366
34,616
10,750
20,452

2,894
2,894
1,190
1,704
0

3,908
2,573
980
1,593
1,335

4,200
3,665
1,197
2,468
535

4,200
3,551
1,211
2,340
649

4,200
3,489
1,230
2,259
711

4,199
3,441
1,253
2,188
758

Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of

Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Mental Health, Office of

3,332,889

3,171,087

3,270,474

3,520,842

3,856,282

4,092,323

OMH
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

1,574,835
823,456
483,127
405,883
77,244
198,566
69,686

1,287,760
795,093
308,056
253,990
54,066
121,600
63,011

1,423,061
818,487
387,793
307,985
79,808
139,211
77,570

1,576,294
955,817
382,220
299,365
82,855
160,659
77,598

1,794,424
1,137,961
401,154
318,657
82,497
177,629
77,680

1,890,225
1,209,925
409,590
326,783
82,807
192,927
77,783

OMH - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,758,054
423,412
973,298
739,482
233,816
361,344

1,883,327
408,148
1,066,389
827,902
238,487
408,790

1,847,413
382,649
1,028,629
820,695
207,934
436,135

1,944,548
411,065
1,079,626
847,744
231,882
453,857

2,061,858
437,887
1,129,237
877,961
251,276
494,734

2,202,098
470,200
1,183,608
930,867
252,741
548,290

Mental Hygiene, Department of
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

345
345
345

411
411
411

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for

4,334,649

4,370,972

4,400,886

4,729,974

4,928,583

5,154,948

OPWDD
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

527,982
502,659
1,686
42
1,644
19
23,618

943,224
691,809
108,957
72,350
36,607
104,039
38,419

518,204
439,132
33,782
116
33,666
70
45,220

557,245
483,293
34,658
116
34,542
74
39,220

573,345
499,393
34,658
116
34,542
74
39,220

582,797
508,845
34,658
116
34,542
74
39,220

OPWDD - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

3,806,667
1,677,965
1,548,712
1,168,196
380,516
579,990

3,427,748
1,631,638
1,378,983
1,052,886
326,097
417,127

3,882,682
1,799,409
1,487,746
1,124,943
362,803
595,527

4,172,729
1,981,399
1,543,476
1,167,242
376,234
647,854

4,355,238
2,075,382
1,580,603
1,193,675
386,928
699,253

4,572,151
2,136,748
1,666,643
1,269,575
397,068
768,760

14,708
623
12,393
7,012
5,381
1,692

13,903
560
11,635
6,184
5,451
1,708

17,074
620
14,479
8,070
6,409
1,975

17,580
620
14,784
8,801
5,983
2,176

18,097
620
15,120
8,994
6,126
2,357

18,646
620
15,490
9,204
6,286
2,536

Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

T-105

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

8,285,527

8,152,994

8,303,427

8,911,086

9,536,368

10,023,997

Correction, Commission of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,419
2,419
2,082
337

2,251
2,251
1,890
361

2,672
2,672
2,398
274

2,711
2,711
2,414
297

2,787
2,787
2,481
306

2,864
2,864
2,548
316

Correctional Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

2,834,565
10,624
2,604,952
2,072,488
532,464
2,757
216,232

2,721,925
6,141
2,474,865
1,962,381
512,484
1,120
239,799

3,010,548
6,051
2,749,742
2,276,340
473,402
1,490
253,265

2,872,667
6,000
2,605,514
2,112,424
493,090
1,476
259,677

2,950,622
6,000
2,677,431
2,163,837
513,594
1,481
265,710

3,113,715
6,000
2,834,371
2,299,342
535,029
1,484
271,860

0
0

0
0

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

12,500
12,500

Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

269,469
186,974
82,243
45,227
37,016
252

270,905
188,439
82,091
42,682
39,409
375

286,451
197,750
88,306
42,553
45,753
395

258,177
173,551
84,217
39,777
44,440
409

256,266
173,711
82,110
40,760
41,350
445

257,896
173,711
83,703
41,886
41,817
482

Disaster Assistance
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Capital Projects

0
0
0
0
0

38,565
20,811
9,685
11,126
17,754

42,700
42,700
0
42,700
0

30,000
30,000
0
30,000
0

34,500
34,500
0
34,500
0

0
0
0
0
0

360,463
326,323
28,612
12,781
15,831
3,112
2,416

466,966
428,194
30,400
14,835
15,565
3,896
4,476

554,060
472,694
61,741
21,745
39,996
3,625
16,000

559,288
492,510
50,055
21,906
28,149
3,623
13,100

531,901
476,035
46,743
22,522
24,221
3,623
5,500

516,350
464,294
48,033
23,223
24,810
3,623
400

Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

90,793
65,769
25,024
8
25,016
0

62,701
62,292
326
259
67
83

75,144
74,000
859
569
290
285

78,588
77,000
1,151
802
349
437

78,631
77,000
1,167
810
357
464

78,672
77,000
1,183
818
365
489

Judicial Commissions
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

4,944
4,944
3,723
1,221

4,979
4,979
3,794
1,185

5,452
5,452
4,093
1,359

5,577
5,577
4,124
1,453

5,795
5,795
4,237
1,558

5,990
5,990
4,357
1,633

Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

99,704
3,825
63,905
41,684
22,221
8,228
23,746

86,751
3,569
61,069
39,164
21,905
6,021
16,092

96,001
867
61,344
38,671
22,673
6,749
27,041

96,273
850
61,678
38,990
22,688
6,749
26,996

113,258
850
62,152
39,316
22,836
6,749
43,507

111,940
850
62,734
39,746
22,988
6,749
41,607

535
0
0
535

125
0
0
125

600
600
600
0

600
600
600
0

600
600
600
0

600
600
600
0

State Police, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

715,440
679,514
590,458
89,056
21,329
14,597

681,902
632,064
567,477
64,587
19,372
30,466

710,206
651,124
568,404
82,720
21,282
37,800

699,273
657,326
573,903
83,423
24,073
17,874

701,913
662,818
577,893
84,925
25,230
13,865

715,938
675,843
585,908
89,935
26,230
13,865

Statewide Financial System
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

9,070
9,069
3,977
5,092
1

17,596
17,596
7,554
10,042
0

52,601
52,601
10,814
41,787
0

51,525
51,525
10,895
40,630
0

52,826
52,826
10,977
41,849
0

54,164
54,164
11,060
43,104
0

28,253
0

87,696
18,369

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

Functional Total

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Local Assistance Grants

Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

Public Security and Emergency Response
State Operations
Personal Service
Capital Projects

Statewide Wireless Network
Local Assistance Grants

T-106

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

FY 2011
Results
27,655
8,076
19,579
598

FY 2012
Results
69,207
7,006
62,201
120

Victim Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

69,522
62,560
6,074
4,950
1,124
888

0
0
0
0

FY 2014
Projected
0
0
0
0

FY 2015
Projected
0
0
0
0

FY 2016
Projected
0
0
0
0

76,444
68,834
5,793
4,398
1,395
1,817

65,197
56,310
6,784
5,366
1,418
2,103

67,402
58,310
6,879
5,446
1,433
2,213

67,690
58,310
7,054
5,604
1,450
2,326

68,010
58,310
7,272
5,805
1,467
2,428

4,485,177

4,518,806

4,913,132

4,733,581

4,808,289

4,938,639

City University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

1,348,692
1,215,592
117,099
85,732
31,367
6,400
9,601

1,341,784
1,202,410
107,837
74,043
33,794
6,355
25,182

1,380,694
1,219,184
103,231
75,289
27,942
6,152
52,127

1,507,203
1,342,367
105,433
76,792
28,641
6,337
53,066

1,566,063
1,405,128
107,683
78,326
29,357
6,527
46,725

1,631,936
1,473,272
109,983
79,892
30,091
6,723
41,958

Higher Education - Miscellaneous
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

370
255
221
34
115

449
376
207
169
73

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

1,300
1,201
198
1,003
99

26,836
26,430
406

36,492
36,492
0

10,000
10,000
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

956,654
872,756
69,013
32,916
36,097
14,885

1,005,423
924,035
68,594
28,928
39,666
12,794

1,027,096
935,933
75,613
31,002
44,611
15,550

1,095,073
1,001,349
76,942
31,390
45,552
16,782

1,110,777
1,014,412
78,609
32,083
46,526
17,756

1,124,987
1,025,891
80,454
32,894
47,560
18,642

State University Construction Fund
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

18,915
14,438
12,562
1,876
4,477

22,625
16,809
13,612
3,197
5,816

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

State University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

7,142,170
562,529
5,199,205
3,248,683
1,950,522
528,116
852,320

7,803,680
498,156
5,731,626
3,332,878
2,398,748
559,990
1,013,908

7,908,570
470,345
5,758,848
3,386,984
2,371,864
587,773
1,091,604

8,019,054
475,992
5,865,988
3,436,732
2,429,256
606,129
1,070,945

8,309,211
475,992
6,008,566
3,527,493
2,481,073
625,990
1,198,663

8,392,805
475,992
6,147,421
3,614,419
2,533,002
646,808
1,122,584

9,500,635

10,200,797

10,354,152

10,632,630

10,987,351

11,151,028

46,018
41,324
4,694
3,098
1,596

35,370
31,282
4,088
2,266
1,822

40,573
36,353
4,220
2,298
1,922

36,575
32,353
4,222
2,300
1,922

36,621
32,353
4,268
2,346
1,922

36,671
32,353
4,318
2,396
1,922

Education, Department of

32,821,070

29,680,252

29,632,300

30,798,777

31,742,425

32,719,513

School Aid
Local Assistance Grants

26,487,723
26,487,723

23,221,100
23,221,100

23,062,312
23,062,312

23,765,835
23,765,835

24,523,827
24,523,827

25,540,462
25,540,462

STAR Property Tax Relief
Local Assistance Grants

3,234,014
3,234,014

3,232,883
3,232,883

3,276,067
3,276,067

3,459,375
3,459,375

3,641,726
3,641,726

3,743,568
3,743,568

Special Education Categorical Programs
Local Assistance Grants

2,159,415
2,159,415

2,287,338
2,287,338

2,131,236
2,131,236

2,244,916
2,244,916

2,334,516
2,334,516

2,425,816
2,425,816

939,918
588,174
282,877
175,944
106,933
64,236

938,931
591,804
269,680
158,373
111,307
69,217

1,162,685
743,450
314,493
165,214
149,279
72,105

1,328,651
813,224
404,966
168,033
236,933
77,343

1,242,356
755,860
385,670
170,363
215,307
82,426

1,009,667
619,244
280,262
172,042
108,220
86,761

Functional Total

FY 2013
Updated

HIGHER EDUCATION

Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

Functional Total

33,834
34,266
(432)

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

T-107

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
4,631

FY 2012
Results
8,230

FY 2013
Updated
32,637

FY 2014
Projected
33,118

FY 2015
Projected
18,400

FY 2016
Projected
23,400

32,867,088

29,715,622

29,672,873

30,835,352

31,779,046

32,756,184

Budget, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

33,825
32,081
24,430
7,651
1,744

32,762
30,681
23,829
6,852
2,081

33,550
31,253
24,961
6,292
2,297

39,246
36,596
25,768
10,828
2,650

41,937
39,063
27,287
11,776
2,874

43,143
40,049
28,166
11,883
3,094

Civil Service, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

17,896
17,677
16,153
1,524
219

14,836
14,595
13,284
1,311
241

14,904
14,736
13,247
1,489
168

16,311
16,143
14,359
1,784
168

16,775
16,603
14,714
1,889
172

17,179
17,003
15,109
1,894
176

Deferred Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

681
519
374
145
162

621
457
378
79
164

796
605
392
213
191

823
615
396
219
208

858
633
408
225
225

867
642
417
225
225

Elections, State Board of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

93,673
25,813
67,860
4,374
63,486
0

17,743
9,325
8,292
4,105
4,187
126

18,414
5,300
13,114
4,144
8,970
0

27,179
0
27,179
4,254
22,925
0

35,316
30,000
5,316
4,370
946
0

5,462
0
5,462
4,495
967
0

Employee Relations, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,000
3,000
2,909
91

2,604
2,604
2,529
75

2,688
2,688
2,551
137

2,710
2,710
2,570
140

2,786
2,786
2,646
140

2,869
2,869
2,728
141

General Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

197,098
28
134,592
56,079
78,513
1,290
61,188

202,539
0
126,243
48,873
77,370
1,495
74,801

227,963
269
159,215
50,908
108,307
1,901
66,578

204,938
250
143,377
51,870
91,507
2,002
59,309

210,477
250
138,200
52,997
85,203
2,144
69,883

213,505
250
141,088
54,392
86,696
2,284
69,883

Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

5,703
5,703
5,519
184

5,409
5,409
5,067
342

6,610
6,610
6,083
527

6,717
6,717
6,129
588

6,970
6,970
6,301
669

7,196
7,196
6,485
711

Labor Management Committees
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

32,335
32,335
9,872
22,463

23,215
23,215
8,359
14,856

33,838
33,838
5,500
28,338

33,092
33,092
5,504
27,588

35,244
35,244
6,119
29,125

40,409
40,409
6,366
34,043

Lottery, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

162,910
152,955
21,057
131,898
9,955

150,306
140,484
20,276
120,208
9,822

172,990
161,247
24,676
136,571
11,743

169,076
155,197
25,029
130,168
13,879

173,058
159,080
25,495
133,585
13,978

173,456
159,478
25,893
133,585
13,978

Public Employment Relations Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,988
3,988
3,456
532

3,675
3,675
3,197
478

3,731
3,731
3,290
441

3,857
3,857
3,119
738

3,804
3,804
3,046
758

3,896
3,896
3,138
758

Public Integrity, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,794
3,794
3,017
777

3,217
3,217
2,492
725

4,016
4,016
3,166
850

4,486
4,486
3,190
1,296

4,600
4,600
3,282
1,318

4,720
4,720
3,380
1,340

Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,653
1,653
1,537
116

83
83
80
3

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

187,929
130,029
46,241
34,671
11,570
10,286

130,222
76,614
44,627
31,461
13,166
8,981

135,839
71,575
53,068
34,848
18,220
11,211

125,639
59,334
54,130
35,868
18,262
12,190

128,026
59,334
55,419
36,702
18,717
13,288

129,056
59,334
56,159
37,431
18,728
13,578

Capital Projects
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

State, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

T-108

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Capital Projects

FY 2011
Results
1,373

FY 2012
Results
0

FY 2013
Updated
(15)

FY 2014
Projected
(15)

FY 2015
Projected
(15)

FY 2016
Projected
(15)

Tax Appeals, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,134
3,134
2,776
358

2,850
2,850
2,483
367

3,101
3,101
2,900
201

2,813
2,813
2,601
212

2,894
2,894
2,673
221

2,948
2,948
2,727
221

Taxation and Finance, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

441,608
5,270
413,082
323,769
89,313
23,256

401,710
6,487
383,589
300,408
83,181
11,634

415,809
926
393,361
301,881
91,480
21,522

418,760
926
395,014
300,966
94,048
22,820

430,108
926
406,135
309,755
96,380
23,047

436,823
926
412,850
316,470
96,380
23,047

Technology, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Capital Projects

31,341
2,086
26,372
11,208
15,164
2,883

19,640
682
18,958
10,456
8,502
0

21,994
0
21,994
13,586
8,408
0

21,305
0
21,305
13,595
7,710
0

23,877
0
23,877
13,907
9,970
0

23,485
0
23,485
14,246
9,239
0

Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

15,368
8,044
6,893
6,232
661
431

13,680
7,572
5,875
5,289
586
233

15,766
8,117
7,299
5,807
1,492
350

14,631
7,397
6,884
5,890
994
350

14,865
7,457
7,058
6,041
1,017
350

15,121
7,517
7,254
6,212
1,042
350

1,235,936

1,025,112

1,112,009

1,091,583

1,131,595

1,120,135

Audit and Control, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

171,821
31,598
138,841
110,320
28,521
1,382

169,817
32,005
135,123
103,298
31,825
2,689

173,479
32,024
139,394
108,671
30,723
2,061

175,736
32,024
142,190
109,385
32,805
1,522

179,315
32,024
145,658
112,012
33,646
1,633

183,489
32,024
149,721
115,214
34,507
1,744

Executive Chamber
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

12,880
12,880
10,963
1,917

13,256
13,256
10,210
3,046

13,578
13,578
11,338
2,240

13,836
13,836
11,495
2,341

14,773
14,773
12,238
2,535

15,185
15,185
12,589
2,596

Judiciary
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

2,555,700
119,798
1,874,663
1,526,975
347,688
551,599
9,640

2,552,278
114,108
1,834,013
1,466,250
367,763
601,846
2,311

2,554,498
106,700
1,863,400
1,468,250
395,150
584,398
0

2,687,444
121,700
1,921,914
1,514,284
407,630
643,830
0

2,812,504
121,700
2,007,452
1,561,492
445,960
683,352
0

2,942,000
121,700
2,102,994
1,618,742
484,252
717,306
0

Law, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

200,712
185,050
129,276
55,774
15,662

200,999
185,671
123,150
62,521
15,328

215,348
192,710
130,394
62,316
22,638

214,252
190,541
130,602
59,939
23,711

220,287
195,195
133,947
61,248
25,092

226,829
200,423
137,628
62,795
26,406

Legislature
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

222,536
222,536
174,096
48,440

197,163
197,163
151,882
45,281

218,795
218,795
165,284
53,511

221,349
221,349
166,524
54,825

223,945
223,945
167,773
56,172

226,583
226,583
169,031
57,552

Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

304
304
281
23

408
408
289
119

614
614
480
134

614
614
494
120

665
665
515
150

680
680
543
137

3,163,953

3,133,921

3,176,312

3,313,231

3,451,489

3,594,766

Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Local Assistance Grants

738,940
738,940

721,034
721,034

739,655
739,655

757,414
757,414

772,589
772,589

775,357
775,357

Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Local Assistance Grants

4,604
4,604

4,714
4,714

9,636
9,636

3,805
3,805

0
0

0
0

Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

3,920
3,920

1,960
1,960

2,000
2,000

1,960
1,960

1,960
1,960

1,960
1,960

25,800

25,867

25,867

25,867

25,867

25,867

Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS

Functional Total
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE

Municipalities with VLT Facilities

T-109

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
25,800

FY 2012
Results
25,867

FY 2013
Updated
25,867

FY 2014
Projected
25,867

FY 2015
Projected
25,867

FY 2016
Projected
25,867

2,066
2,066

217
217

218
218

218
218

218
218

218
218

775,330

753,792

777,376

789,264

800,634

803,402

General State Charges
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

3,432,021
5,561
3,835
1,726
3,426,460

3,941,782
3,676
2,091
1,585
3,938,106

3,724,334
0
0
0
3,724,334

4,055,224
0
0
0
4,055,224

4,361,309
0
0
0
4,361,309

4,619,948
0
0
0
4,619,948

Long-Term Debt Service
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Debt Service

5,677,515
62,846
62,846
5,614,669

5,909,754
45,732
45,732
5,864,022

6,146,701
46,925
46,925
6,099,776

6,462,370
46,925
46,925
6,415,445

6,530,775
46,925
46,925
6,483,850

6,691,841
46,925
46,925
6,644,916

Local Assistance Grants
Small Government Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES

Miscellaneous
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Functional Total
TOTAL ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS SPENDING

(209,841)
(326,844)
4,886
2,217
2,669
6,898
105,219

(181,217)
(317,408)
5,007
2,356
2,651
5,244
125,940

(237,029)
(229,724)
(104,114)
(7,318)
(96,796)
5,809
91,000

(289,209)
(180,034)
(219,122)
(42,275)
(176,847)
5,947
104,000

(343,924)
(234,829)
(211,175)
(27,179)
(183,996)
6,080
96,000

(217,814)
(158,921)
(105,096)
27,919
(133,015)
6,203
40,000

8,899,695

9,670,319

9,634,006

10,228,385

10,548,160

11,093,975

134,824,946

133,503,848

133,976,113

139,608,624

146,175,765

151,710,432

T-110

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development Capital
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total

96,013
16,706
10
30,190
103,950
931,654
31,710
507,393
3,534
75,288
21,573
5,248
3,561
1,826,830

109,312
16,616
0
17,655
147,540
953,805
31,567
507,240
3,596
68,432
19,553
6,058
3,718
1,885,092

107,124
17,859
70
12,500
142,744
521,153
29,358
486,283
3,079
72,884
18,248
2,500
5,000
1,418,802

101,679
18,314
0
12,500
127,874
658,882
31,178
490,712
3,206
81,863
18,513
2,500
5,000
1,552,221

101,990
18,781
0
5,000
98,234
634,903
31,178
494,195
3,288
85,866
18,845
1,500
5,000
1,498,780

99,292
19,225
0
5,000
93,630
457,292
31,178
498,348
3,288
89,955
19,080
1,500
5,000
1,322,788

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Hudson River Park Trust
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,718
1,024,255
9,746
15,216
260,277
1,314,212

4,354
1,002,764
10,347
216
235,452
1,253,133

4,496
979,595
0
3,816
284,953
1,272,860

4,525
895,762
0
0
250,501
1,150,788

4,601
811,319
0
0
240,527
1,056,447

4,687
781,255
0
0
228,855
1,014,797

TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

216,912
320,322
1,478
8,017,474
8,556,186

194,500
301,370
2,163
7,830,434
8,328,467

333,600
298,719
1,800
8,179,764
8,813,883

183,600
316,288
1,800
8,365,815
8,867,503

183,600
327,324
1,800
8,208,947
8,721,671

328,571
339,175
1,800
7,974,313
8,643,859

232,453
43,795,710
38,624,934
956,269
4,214,507
66,843
37,289
44,132,295

227,242
44,663,159
39,256,878
976,377
4,429,904
60,837
43,702
44,994,940

218,487
44,574,901
38,984,461
1,160,500
4,429,940
66,241
43,500
44,903,129

221,126
47,412,831
41,611,055
1,151,400
4,650,376
67,525
63,673
47,765,155

228,051
51,734,493
46,188,911
1,077,200
4,468,382
70,221
61,373
52,094,138

235,209
54,960,077
49,659,517
958,200
4,342,360
71,464
56,500
55,323,250

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

3,144,866
3,075,511
69,355
403,244
19,139
710,215
24,731
1,946
5,278,082
3,717,714
1,560,368
1,150
198,709
9,782,082

3,183,934
3,070,766
113,168
482,652
17,311
641,800
21,606
1,825
5,317,739
3,787,292
1,530,447
441
203,545
9,870,853

2,984,297
2,890,846
93,451
262,781
16,966
698,178
14,601
2,094
5,444,086
4,016,043
1,428,043
1,407
199,742
9,624,152

3,328,906
3,211,538
117,368
258,792
17,285
641,846
14,687
2,111
5,270,239
3,853,929
1,416,310
1,427
202,552
9,737,845

3,417,384
3,295,411
121,973
263,099
17,858
653,006
14,909
2,153
5,182,778
3,752,278
1,430,500
1,456
209,154
9,761,797

3,518,588
3,391,865
126,723
270,819
18,471
667,610
14,909
2,202
5,213,431
3,778,991
1,434,440
1,468
216,114
9,923,612

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

600,042
488,354
111,688
2,894
3,332,889
1,574,835
1,758,054
345
4,334,649
527,982
3,806,667
14,708
8,285,527

592,713
500,824
91,889
3,908
3,171,087
1,287,760
1,883,327
411
4,370,972
943,224
3,427,748
13,903
8,152,994

610,793
521,638
89,155
4,200
3,270,474
1,423,061
1,847,413
0
4,400,886
518,204
3,882,682
17,074
8,303,427

638,490
547,171
91,319
4,200
3,520,842
1,576,294
1,944,548
0
4,729,974
557,245
4,172,729
17,580
8,911,086

729,206
634,739
94,467
4,200
3,856,282
1,794,424
2,061,858
0
4,928,583
573,345
4,355,238
18,097
9,536,368

753,881
655,383
98,498
4,199
4,092,323
1,890,225
2,202,098
0
5,154,948
582,797
4,572,151
18,646
10,023,997

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE

T-111

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
2,419
2,834,565
0
269,469
0
360,463
90,793
4,944
99,704
535
715,440
9,070
28,253
69,522
4,485,177

FY 2012
Results
2,251
2,721,925
0
270,905
38,565
466,966
62,701
4,979
86,751
125
681,902
17,596
87,696
76,444
4,518,806

FY 2013
Updated
2,672
3,010,548
11,500
286,451
42,700
554,060
75,144
5,452
96,001
600
710,206
52,601
0
65,197
4,913,132

FY 2014
Projected
2,711
2,872,667
11,500
258,177
30,000
559,288
78,588
5,577
96,273
600
699,273
51,525
0
67,402
4,733,581

FY 2015
Projected
2,787
2,950,622
11,500
256,266
34,500
531,901
78,631
5,795
113,258
600
701,913
52,826
0
67,690
4,808,289

FY 2016
Projected
2,864
3,113,715
12,500
257,896
0
516,350
78,672
5,990
111,940
600
715,938
54,164
0
68,010
4,938,639

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

1,348,692
370
33,834
956,654
18,915
7,142,170
9,500,635

1,341,784
449
26,836
1,005,423
22,625
7,803,680
10,200,797

1,380,694
1,300
36,492
1,027,096
0
7,908,570
10,354,152

1,507,203
1,300
10,000
1,095,073
0
8,019,054
10,632,630

1,566,063
1,300
0
1,110,777
0
8,309,211
10,987,351

1,631,936
1,300
0
1,124,987
0
8,392,805
11,151,028

46,018
32,821,070
26,487,723
3,234,014
2,159,415
939,918
32,867,088

35,370
29,680,252
23,221,100
3,232,883
2,287,338
938,931
29,715,622

40,573
29,632,300
23,062,312
3,276,067
2,131,236
1,162,685
29,672,873

36,575
30,798,777
23,765,835
3,459,375
2,244,916
1,328,651
30,835,352

36,621
31,742,425
24,523,827
3,641,726
2,334,516
1,242,356
31,779,046

36,671
32,719,513
25,540,462
3,743,568
2,425,816
1,009,667
32,756,184

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

33,825
17,896
681
93,673
3,000
197,098
5,703
32,335
162,910
3,988
3,794
1,653
187,929
3,134
441,608
31,341
15,368
1,235,936

32,762
14,836
621
17,743
2,604
202,539
5,409
23,215
150,306
3,675
3,217
83
130,222
2,850
401,710
19,640
13,680
1,025,112

33,550
14,904
796
18,414
2,688
227,963
6,610
33,838
172,990
3,731
4,016
0
135,839
3,101
415,809
21,994
15,766
1,112,009

39,246
16,311
823
27,179
2,710
204,938
6,717
33,092
169,076
3,857
4,486
0
125,639
2,813
418,760
21,305
14,631
1,091,583

41,937
16,775
858
35,316
2,786
210,477
6,970
35,244
173,058
3,804
4,600
0
128,026
2,894
430,108
23,877
14,865
1,131,595

43,143
17,179
867
5,462
2,869
213,505
7,196
40,409
173,456
3,896
4,720
0
129,056
2,948
436,823
23,485
15,121
1,120,135

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

171,821
12,880
2,555,700
200,712
222,536
304
3,163,953

169,817
13,256
2,552,278
200,999
197,163
408
3,133,921

173,479
13,578
2,554,498
215,348
218,795
614
3,176,312

175,736
13,836
2,687,444
214,252
221,349
614
3,313,231

179,315
14,773
2,812,504
220,287
223,945
665
3,451,489

183,489
15,185
2,942,000
226,829
226,583
680
3,594,766

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

3,432,021
5,677,515
(209,841)

3,941,782
5,909,754
(181,217)

3,724,334
6,146,701
(237,029)

4,055,224
6,462,370
(289,209)

4,361,309
6,530,775
(343,924)

4,619,948
6,691,841
(217,814)

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous

T-112

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Functional Total
TOTAL ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS SPENDING

FY 2011
Results
8,899,695

FY 2012
Results
9,670,319

FY 2013
Updated
9,634,006

FY 2014
Projected
10,228,385

FY 2015
Projected
10,548,160

FY 2016
Projected
11,093,975

134,824,946

133,503,848

133,976,113

139,608,624

146,175,765

151,710,432

GSC: Agency disbursements include grants to local governments, state operations and general state charges, which is a departure from prior Financial plan publications. In prior
reports, general state charges were excluded from agency spending totals.

T-113

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

15,014
10
30,617
75,494
926,844
9,157
228,152
0
5,248
1,290,536

24,603
0
17,655
112,990
945,359
8,140
217,470
0
6,058
1,332,275

25,652
70
0
90,364
423,588
9,234
216,952
500
0
766,360

24,216
0
0
72,329
526,280
9,234
216,952
500
0
849,511

24,216
0
0
54,872
499,900
9,234
216,952
500
0
805,674

24,216
0
0
54,872
371,460
9,234
216,952
500
0
677,234

369,290
0
18,960
388,250

358,448
1,180
15,759
375,387

257,775
0
17,382
275,157

210,252
0
8,870
219,122

149,802
0
8,870
158,672

149,802
0
8,870
158,672

216,912
15,734
1,478
4,892,214
5,126,338

194,500
18,475
2,163
4,757,704
4,972,842

183,600
14,800
0
5,019,024
5,217,424

183,600
14,800
0
5,206,264
5,404,664

183,600
14,800
0
5,297,709
5,496,109

18,571
14,800
0
5,341,763
5,375,134

222,625
42,953,971
38,601,687
956,269
3,396,015
43,176,596

217,808
43,811,956
39,241,656
976,377
3,593,923
44,029,764

208,466
43,668,046
38,933,106
1,160,500
3,574,440
43,876,512

211,021
46,445,088
41,554,700
1,151,400
3,738,988
46,656,109

217,725
50,742,438
46,133,056
1,077,200
3,532,182
50,960,163

224,670
53,958,854
49,603,662
958,200
3,396,992
54,183,524

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

2,710,028
2,640,673
69,355
308,912
195,795
0
666
4,901,401
3,717,714
1,183,687
8,116,802

2,770,325
2,657,157
113,168
396,383
164,683
38
541
4,954,724
3,787,292
1,167,432
8,286,694

2,544,911
2,451,460
93,451
181,941
218,507
350
685
5,048,636
4,016,043
1,032,593
7,995,030

2,893,090
2,775,722
117,368
176,139
181,922
350
685
4,870,922
3,853,929
1,016,993
8,123,108

2,991,987
2,870,014
121,973
177,791
179,197
350
685
4,769,271
3,752,278
1,016,993
8,119,281

3,095,372
2,968,649
126,723
182,791
179,197
350
685
4,797,384
3,778,991
1,018,393
8,255,779

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

483,798
434,709
49,089
1,246,868
823,456
423,412
2,180,624
502,659
1,677,965
623
3,911,913

482,373
450,222
32,151
1,203,241
795,093
408,148
2,323,447
691,809
1,631,638
560
4,009,621

489,470
456,790
32,680
1,201,136
818,487
382,649
2,238,541
439,132
1,799,409
620
3,929,767

509,971
477,291
32,680
1,366,882
955,817
411,065
2,464,692
483,293
1,981,399
620
4,342,165

595,658
562,978
32,680
1,575,848
1,137,961
437,887
2,574,775
499,393
2,075,382
620
4,746,901

612,860
580,180
32,680
1,680,125
1,209,925
470,200
2,645,593
508,845
2,136,748
620
4,939,198

10,624
0
186,974
326,323
65,769
3,825
0
62,560
656,075

6,141
0
188,439
428,194
62,292
3,569
18,369
68,834
775,838

6,051
11,500
197,750
472,694
74,000
867
0
56,310
819,172

6,000
11,500
173,551
492,510
77,000
850
0
58,310
819,721

6,000
11,500
173,711
476,035
77,000
850
0
58,310
803,406

6,000
12,500
173,711
464,294
77,000
850
0
58,310
792,665

1,215,592
34,266

1,202,410
26,430

1,219,184
36,492

1,342,367
10,000

1,405,128
0

1,473,272
0

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development Capital
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Regional Economic Development Program
Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Functional Total

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program

T-114

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
872,756
562,529
2,685,143

FY 2012
Results
924,035
498,156
2,651,031

FY 2013
Updated
935,933
470,345
2,661,954

FY 2014
Projected
1,001,349
475,992
2,829,708

FY 2015
Projected
1,014,412
475,992
2,895,532

FY 2016
Projected
1,025,891
475,992
2,975,155

41,324
32,469,326
26,487,723
3,234,014
2,159,415
588,174
32,510,650

31,282
29,333,125
23,221,100
3,232,883
2,287,338
591,804
29,364,407

36,353
29,213,065
23,062,312
3,276,067
2,131,236
743,450
29,249,418

32,353
30,283,350
23,765,835
3,459,375
2,244,916
813,224
30,315,703

32,353
31,255,929
24,523,827
3,641,726
2,334,516
755,860
31,288,282

32,353
32,329,090
25,540,462
3,743,568
2,425,816
619,244
32,361,443

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

25,813
28
130,029
5,270
2,086
8,044
171,270

9,325
0
76,614
6,487
682
7,572
100,680

5,300
269
71,575
926
0
8,117
86,187

0
250
59,334
926
0
7,397
67,907

30,000
250
59,334
926
0
7,457
97,967

0
250
59,334
926
0
7,517
68,027

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

31,598
119,798
151,396

32,005
114,108
146,113

32,024
106,700
138,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

(326,844)
(326,844)

(317,408)
(317,408)

(229,724)
(229,724)

(180,034)
(180,034)

(234,829)
(234,829)

(158,921)
(158,921)

Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

98,633,455

T-115

96,481,036

95,563,357

100,390,672

106,091,516

110,585,036

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

70,045
12,581
20,444
4,744
212,412
3,534
54,403
18,056
396,219

64,331
13,044
33,729
6,456
211,029
3,596
48,882
17,270
398,337

63,274
13,629
22,971
5,286
202,401
3,079
50,681
15,194
376,515

65,259
13,823
22,872
5,396
206,774
3,206
56,250
15,226
388,806

67,261
14,020
23,475
5,396
209,007
3,288
58,064
15,333
395,844

68,212
14,221
23,730
5,396
211,596
3,288
59,945
15,568
401,956

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,718
302,256
7,122
180,237
494,333

4,354
294,072
6,504
186,943
491,873

4,496
276,603
0
168,031
449,130

4,525
276,859
0
168,663
450,047

4,601
278,861
0
171,203
454,665

4,687
282,109
0
173,189
459,985

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

71,816
40,374
112,190

70,746
42,373
113,119

73,813
32,540
106,353

77,782
33,310
111,092

79,538
34,050
113,588

81,521
34,854
116,375

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

9,828
773,822
23,247
750,575
57,844
36,971
878,465

9,434
788,024
15,222
772,802
52,040
43,470
892,968

9,786
828,130
51,355
776,775
55,503
43,500
936,919

9,870
884,827
56,355
828,472
56,776
63,673
1,015,146

10,091
907,250
55,855
851,395
59,241
61,373
1,037,955

10,304
914,109
55,855
858,254
60,200
56,500
1,041,113

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

404,378
404,378
71,483
18,092
407,013
24,731
1,280
329,230
329,230
1,094
155,557
1,412,858

380,630
380,630
65,256
17,262
368,493
21,568
1,284
319,774
319,774
395
162,394
1,337,056

406,057
406,057
58,650
14,997
366,775
14,251
1,409
351,327
351,327
1,186
154,511
1,369,163

403,365
403,365
59,184
15,210
344,312
14,337
1,426
354,854
354,854
1,206
153,359
1,347,253

392,604
392,604
60,437
15,655
349,524
14,559
1,468
368,534
368,534
1,234
156,256
1,360,271

390,004
390,004
62,297
16,141
355,504
14,559
1,517
371,074
371,074
1,244
159,533
1,371,873

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

86,147
39,783
46,364
2,894
1,456,425
483,127
973,298
345
1,550,398
1,686
1,548,712
12,393
3,108,602

82,121
38,370
43,751
2,573
1,374,445
308,056
1,066,389
411
1,487,940
108,957
1,378,983
11,635
2,959,125

80,548
39,817
40,731
3,665
1,416,422
387,793
1,028,629
0
1,521,528
33,782
1,487,746
14,479
3,036,642

82,217
40,465
41,752
3,551
1,461,846
382,220
1,079,626
0
1,578,134
34,658
1,543,476
14,784
3,140,532

84,537
41,267
43,270
3,489
1,530,391
401,154
1,129,237
0
1,615,261
34,658
1,580,603
15,120
3,248,798

88,397
43,031
45,366
3,441
1,593,198
409,590
1,183,608
0
1,701,301
34,658
1,666,643
15,490
3,401,827

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System

2,419
2,604,952
82,243
0
28,612
25,024
4,944
63,905
0
679,514
9,069

2,251
2,474,865
82,091
20,811
30,400
326
4,979
61,069
0
632,064
17,596

2,672
2,749,742
88,306
42,700
61,741
859
5,452
61,344
600
651,124
52,601

2,711
2,605,514
84,217
30,000
50,055
1,151
5,577
61,678
600
657,326
51,525

2,787
2,677,431
82,110
34,500
46,743
1,167
5,795
62,152
600
662,818
52,826

2,864
2,834,371
83,703
0
48,033
1,183
5,990
62,734
600
675,843
54,164

T-116

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
69,207
5,793
3,401,452

FY 2013
Updated

Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
27,655
6,074
3,534,411

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

117,099
255
69,013
14,438
5,199,205
5,400,010

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE OPERATIONS SPENDING

0
6,784
3,723,925

FY 2014
Projected
0
6,879
3,557,233

FY 2015
Projected
0
7,054
3,635,983

FY 2016
Projected
0
7,272
3,776,757

107,837
376
68,594
16,809
5,731,626
5,925,242

103,231
1,201
75,613
0
5,758,848
5,938,893

105,433
1,201
76,942
0
5,865,988
6,049,564

107,683
1,201
78,609
0
6,008,566
6,196,059

109,983
1,201
80,454
0
6,147,421
6,339,059

4,694
282,877
282,877
287,571

4,088
269,680
269,680
273,768

4,220
314,493
314,493
318,713

4,222
404,966
404,966
409,188

4,268
385,670
385,670
389,938

4,318
280,262
280,262
284,580

32,081
17,677
519
67,860
3,000
134,592
5,703
32,335
152,955
3,988
3,794
1,653
46,241
3,134
413,082
26,372
6,893
951,879

30,681
14,595
457
8,292
2,604
126,243
5,409
23,215
140,484
3,675
3,217
83
44,627
2,850
383,589
18,958
5,875
814,854

31,253
14,736
605
13,114
2,688
159,215
6,610
33,838
161,247
3,731
4,016
0
53,068
3,101
393,361
21,994
7,299
909,876

36,596
16,143
615
27,179
2,710
143,377
6,717
33,092
155,197
3,857
4,486
0
54,130
2,813
395,014
21,305
6,884
910,115

39,063
16,603
633
5,316
2,786
138,200
6,970
35,244
159,080
3,804
4,600
0
55,419
2,894
406,135
23,877
7,058
907,682

40,049
17,003
642
5,462
2,869
141,088
7,196
40,409
159,478
3,896
4,720
0
56,159
2,948
412,850
23,485
7,254
925,508

138,841
12,880
1,874,663
185,050
222,536
304
2,434,274

135,123
13,256
1,834,013
185,671
197,163
408
2,365,634

139,394
13,578
1,863,400
192,710
218,795
614
2,428,491

142,190
13,836
1,921,914
190,541
221,349
614
2,490,444

145,658
14,773
2,007,452
195,195
223,945
665
2,587,688

149,721
15,185
2,102,994
200,423
226,583
680
2,695,586

5,561
62,846
4,886
73,293

3,676
45,732
5,007
54,415

19,084,105

19,027,843

T-117

0
46,925
(104,114)
(57,189)
19,537,431

0
46,925
(219,122)
(172,197)
19,697,223

0
46,925
(211,175)
(164,250)
20,164,221

0
46,925
(105,096)
(58,171)
20,756,448

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

33,711
8,512
13,906
2,894
152,126
2,890
43,289
12,062
269,390

30,360
7,720
11,354
4,776
142,603
2,849
40,067
10,940
250,669

30,191
8,185
12,704
3,432
133,847
2,485
42,037
9,059
241,940

31,410
8,246
13,087
3,501
136,495
2,522
46,131
9,058
250,450

32,478
8,308
13,424
3,501
138,669
2,548
47,658
9,133
255,719

33,166
8,370
13,679
3,501
141,191
2,548
49,431
9,368
261,254

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,234
210,874
6,060
136,484
357,652

3,779
213,248
5,454
139,955
362,436

3,791
199,996
0
129,773
333,560

3,820
201,475
0
130,535
335,830

3,896
205,416
0
132,415
341,727

3,982
208,777
0
134,401
347,160

52,897
15,310
68,207

49,513
13,730
63,243

51,271
15,248
66,519

52,820
15,609
68,429

53,981
15,963
69,944

55,348
16,356
71,704

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

8,323
346,559
500
346,059
41,629
534
397,045

7,978
319,545
1,438
318,107
39,477
441
367,441

8,586
340,326
500
339,826
36,758
0
385,670

8,660
364,625
500
364,125
37,700
0
410,985

8,871
377,935
500
377,435
39,442
0
426,248

9,084
384,786
500
384,286
40,375
0
434,245

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

220,446
220,446
55,025
14,686
249,256
661
1,088
166,482
166,482
434
89,052
797,130

203,272
203,272
48,144
13,420
241,039
674
1,063
154,615
154,615
364
85,890
748,481

215,568
215,568
45,921
12,571
224,230
564
1,313
167,368
167,368
701
87,805
756,041

202,065
202,065
46,246
12,666
214,420
650
1,324
170,424
170,424
721
90,328
738,844

191,823
191,823
47,286
13,038
219,168
657
1,359
177,551
177,551
738
92,301
743,921

190,656
190,656
48,987
13,451
224,658
657
1,397
182,643
182,643
748
94,633
757,830

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

63,547
29,054
34,493
1,190
1,145,365
405,883
739,482
1,168,238
42
1,168,196
7,012
2,385,352

59,806
27,687
32,119
980
1,081,892
253,990
827,902
1,125,236
72,350
1,052,886
6,184
2,274,098

60,408
29,943
30,465
1,197
1,128,680
307,985
820,695
1,125,059
116
1,124,943
8,070
2,323,414

61,932
30,379
31,553
1,211
1,147,109
299,365
847,744
1,167,358
116
1,167,242
8,801
2,386,411

63,700
30,906
32,794
1,230
1,196,618
318,657
877,961
1,193,791
116
1,193,675
8,994
2,464,333

67,006
32,390
34,616
1,253
1,257,650
326,783
930,867
1,269,691
116
1,269,575
9,204
2,604,804

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network

2,082
2,072,488
45,227
0
12,781
8
3,723
41,684
0
590,458
3,977
8,076

1,890
1,962,381
42,682
9,685
14,835
259
3,794
39,164
0
567,477
7,554
7,006

2,398
2,276,340
42,553
0
21,745
569
4,093
38,671
600
568,404
10,814
0

2,414
2,112,424
39,777
0
21,906
802
4,124
38,990
600
573,903
10,895
0

2,481
2,163,837
40,760
0
22,522
810
4,237
39,316
600
577,893
10,977
0

2,548
2,299,342
41,886
0
23,223
818
4,357
39,746
600
585,908
11,060
0

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-118

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)

Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
4,950
2,785,454

FY 2012
Results
4,398
2,661,125

FY 2013
Updated
5,366
2,971,553

FY 2014
Projected
5,446
2,811,281

FY 2015
Projected
5,604
2,869,037

FY 2016
Projected
5,805
3,015,293

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

85,732
221
32,916
12,562
3,248,683
3,380,114

74,043
207
28,928
13,612
3,332,878
3,449,668

75,289
198
31,002
0
3,386,984
3,493,473

76,792
198
31,390
0
3,436,732
3,545,112

78,326
198
32,083
0
3,527,493
3,638,100

79,892
198
32,894
0
3,614,419
3,727,403

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

3,098
175,944
175,944
179,042

2,266
158,373
158,373
160,639

2,298
165,214
165,214
167,512

2,300
168,033
168,033
170,333

2,346
170,363
170,363
172,709

2,396
172,042
172,042
174,438

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

24,430
16,153
374
4,374
2,909
56,079
5,519
9,872
21,057
3,456
3,017
1,537
34,671
2,776
323,769
11,208
6,232
527,433

23,829
13,284
378
4,105
2,529
48,873
5,067
8,359
20,276
3,197
2,492
80
31,461
2,483
300,408
10,456
5,289
482,566

24,961
13,247
392
4,144
2,551
50,908
6,083
5,500
24,676
3,290
3,166
0
34,848
2,900
301,881
13,586
5,807
497,940

25,768
14,359
396
4,254
2,570
51,870
6,129
5,504
25,029
3,119
3,190
0
35,868
2,601
300,966
13,595
5,890
501,108

27,287
14,714
408
4,370
2,646
52,997
6,301
6,119
25,495
3,046
3,282
0
36,702
2,673
309,755
13,907
6,041
515,743

28,166
15,109
417
4,495
2,728
54,392
6,485
6,366
25,893
3,138
3,380
0
37,431
2,727
316,470
14,246
6,212
527,655

110,320
10,963
1,526,975
129,276
174,096
281
1,951,911

103,298
10,210
1,466,250
123,150
151,882
289
1,855,079

108,671
11,338
1,468,250
130,394
165,284
480
1,884,417

109,385
11,495
1,514,284
130,602
166,524
494
1,932,784

112,012
12,238
1,561,492
133,947
167,773
515
1,987,977

115,214
12,589
1,618,742
137,628
169,031
543
2,053,747

3,835
2,217
6,052

2,091
2,356
4,447

13,104,782

12,679,892

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING

T-119

0
(7,318)
(7,318)
13,114,721

0
(42,275)
(42,275)
13,109,292

0
(27,179)
(27,179)
13,458,279

0
27,919
27,919
14,003,452

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

36,334
4,069
6,538
1,850
60,286
644
11,114
5,994
126,829

33,971
5,324
22,375
1,680
68,426
747
8,815
6,330
147,668

33,083
5,444
10,267
1,854
68,554
594
8,644
6,135
134,575

33,849
5,577
9,785
1,895
70,279
684
10,119
6,168
138,356

34,783
5,712
10,051
1,895
70,338
740
10,406
6,200
140,125

35,046
5,851
10,051
1,895
70,405
740
10,514
6,200
140,702

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

484
91,382
1,062
43,753
136,681

575
80,824
1,050
46,988
129,437

705
76,607
0
38,258
115,570

705
75,384
0
38,128
114,217

705
73,445
0
38,788
112,938

705
73,332
0
38,788
112,825

18,919
25,064
43,983

21,233
28,643
49,876

22,542
17,292
39,834

24,962
17,701
42,663

25,557
18,087
43,644

26,173
18,498
44,671

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

1,505
427,263
22,747
404,516
16,215
36,437
481,420

1,456
468,479
13,784
454,695
12,563
43,029
525,527

1,200
487,804
50,855
436,949
18,745
43,500
551,249

1,210
520,202
55,855
464,347
19,076
63,673
604,161

1,220
529,315
55,355
473,960
19,799
61,373
611,707

1,220
529,323
55,355
473,968
19,825
56,500
606,868

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

183,932
183,932
16,458
3,406
157,757
24,070
192
162,748
162,748
660
66,505
615,728

177,358
177,358
17,112
3,842
127,454
20,894
221
165,159
165,159
31
76,504
588,575

190,489
190,489
12,729
2,426
142,545
13,687
96
183,959
183,959
485
66,706
613,122

201,300
201,300
12,938
2,544
129,892
13,687
102
184,430
184,430
485
63,031
608,409

200,781
200,781
13,151
2,617
130,356
13,902
109
190,983
190,983
496
63,955
616,350

199,348
199,348
13,310
2,690
130,846
13,902
120
188,431
188,431
496
64,900
614,043

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

22,600
10,729
11,871
1,704
311,060
77,244
233,816
345
382,160
1,644
380,516
5,381
723,250

22,315
10,683
11,632
1,593
292,553
54,066
238,487
411
362,704
36,607
326,097
5,451
685,027

20,140
9,874
10,266
2,468
287,742
79,808
207,934
0
396,469
33,666
362,803
6,409
713,228

20,285
10,086
10,199
2,340
314,737
82,855
231,882
0
410,776
34,542
376,234
5,983
754,121

20,837
10,361
10,476
2,259
333,773
82,497
251,276
0
421,470
34,542
386,928
6,126
784,465

21,391
10,641
10,750
2,188
335,548
82,807
252,741
0
431,610
34,542
397,068
6,286
797,023

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network

337
532,464
37,016
0
15,831
25,016
1,221
22,221
89,056
5,092
19,579

361
512,484
39,409
11,126
15,565
67
1,185
21,905
64,587
10,042
62,201

274
473,402
45,753
42,700
39,996
290
1,359
22,673
82,720
41,787
0

297
493,090
44,440
30,000
28,149
349
1,453
22,688
83,423
40,630
0

306
513,594
41,350
34,500
24,221
357
1,558
22,836
84,925
41,849
0

316
535,029
41,817
0
24,810
365
1,633
22,988
89,935
43,104
0

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-120

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)

Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
1,124
748,957

FY 2012
Results
1,395
740,327

FY 2013
Updated
1,418
752,372

FY 2014
Projected
1,433
745,952

FY 2015
Projected
1,450
766,946

FY 2016
Projected
1,467
761,464

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

31,367
34
36,097
1,876
1,950,522
2,019,896

33,794
169
39,666
3,197
2,398,748
2,475,574

27,942
1,003
44,611
0
2,371,864
2,445,420

28,641
1,003
45,552
0
2,429,256
2,504,452

29,357
1,003
46,526
0
2,481,073
2,557,959

30,091
1,003
47,560
0
2,533,002
2,611,656

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

1,596
106,933
106,933
108,529

1,822
111,307
111,307
113,129

1,922
149,279
149,279
151,201

1,922
236,933
236,933
238,855

1,922
215,307
215,307
217,229

1,922
108,220
108,220
110,142

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

7,651
1,524
145
63,486
91
78,513
184
22,463
131,898
532
777
116
11,570
358
89,313
15,164
661
424,446

6,852
1,311
79
4,187
75
77,370
342
14,856
120,208
478
725
3
13,166
367
83,181
8,502
586
332,288

6,292
1,489
213
8,970
137
108,307
527
28,338
136,571
441
850
0
18,220
201
91,480
8,408
1,492
411,936

10,828
1,784
219
22,925
140
91,507
588
27,588
130,168
738
1,296
0
18,262
212
94,048
7,710
994
409,007

11,776
1,889
225
946
140
85,203
669
29,125
133,585
758
1,318
0
18,717
221
96,380
9,970
1,017
391,939

11,883
1,894
225
967
141
86,696
711
34,043
133,585
758
1,340
0
18,728
221
96,380
9,239
1,042
397,853

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

28,521
1,917
347,688
55,774
48,440
23
482,363

31,825
3,046
367,763
62,521
45,281
119
510,555

30,723
2,240
395,150
62,316
53,511
134
544,074

32,805
2,341
407,630
59,939
54,825
120
557,660

33,646
2,535
445,960
61,248
56,172
150
599,711

34,507
2,596
484,252
62,795
57,552
137
641,839

1,726
62,846
2,669
67,241

1,585
45,732
2,651
49,968

0
46,925
(96,796)
(49,871)

0
46,925
(176,847)
(129,922)

0
46,925
(183,996)
(137,071)

0
46,925
(133,015)
(86,090)

5,979,323

6,347,951

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS SPENDING

T-121

6,422,710

6,587,931

6,705,942

6,752,996

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

5,749
4,125
21
1,406
66,829
20,885
3,517
102,532

2,422
3,572
0
2,342
78,741
19,550
2,283
108,910

2,692
4,230
28
1,638
66,930
21,703
3,054
100,275

2,927
4,491
28
1,758
66,986
25,113
3,287
104,590

3,183
4,761
28
1,758
68,236
27,302
3,512
108,780

3,364
5,004
28
1,758
69,800
29,510
3,512
112,976

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

47,382
2,268
2,719
52,369

47,190
2,389
655
50,234

46,975
0
4,199
51,174

46,020
0
4,341
50,361

47,097
0
4,514
51,611

48,242
0
4,568
52,810

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

27,958
2,519
30,477

25,239
13,072
38,311

25,622
7,480
33,102

28,758
8,167
36,925

30,928
8,760
39,688

33,082
9,365
42,447

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

0
60,449
60,449
8,999
318
69,766

0
55,907
55,907
8,797
232
64,936

235
65,225
65,225
10,738
0
76,198

235
69,416
69,416
10,749
0
80,400

235
71,305
71,305
10,980
0
82,520

235
73,614
73,614
11,264
0
85,113

12,215
12,215
19,849
1,047
107,407
47,451
47,451
56
43,152
231,177

12,485
12,485
18,713
49
108,624
43,241
43,241
46
41,151
224,309

12,429
12,429
19,190
1,969
112,896
44,123
44,123
221
45,231
236,059

11,551
11,551
20,467
2,075
115,612
44,463
44,463
221
49,193
243,582

11,893
11,893
21,869
2,203
124,285
44,973
44,973
222
52,898
258,343

12,312
12,312
22,727
2,330
132,909
44,973
44,973
224
56,581
272,056

28,419
12,184
16,235
0
559,910
198,566
361,344
580,009
19
579,990
1,692
1,170,030

28,073
12,086
15,987
1,335
530,390
121,600
408,790
521,166
104,039
417,127
1,708
1,082,672

30,895
15,151
15,744
535
575,346
139,211
436,135
595,597
70
595,527
1,975
1,204,348

33,106
16,219
16,887
649
614,516
160,659
453,857
647,928
74
647,854
2,176
1,298,375

35,928
17,411
18,517
711
672,363
177,629
494,734
699,327
74
699,253
2,357
1,410,686

39,541
19,089
20,452
758
741,217
192,927
548,290
768,834
74
768,760
2,536
1,552,886

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

2,757
252
3,112
0
8,228
21,329
1
598
888
37,165

1,120
375
3,896
83
6,021
19,372
0
120
1,817
32,804

1,490
395
3,625
285
6,749
21,282
0
0
2,103
35,929

1,476
409
3,623
437
6,749
24,073
0
0
2,213
38,980

1,481
445
3,623
464
6,749
25,230
0
0
2,326
40,318

1,484
482
3,623
489
6,749
26,230
0
0
2,428
41,485

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York

6,400
115
14,885
4,477
528,116

6,355
73
12,794
5,816
559,990

6,152
99
15,550
0
587,773

6,337
99
16,782
0
606,129

6,527
99
17,756
0
625,990

6,723
99
18,642
0
646,808

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

T-122

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
553,993

FY 2012
Results
585,028

FY 2013
Updated
609,574

FY 2014
Projected
629,347

FY 2015
Projected
650,372

FY 2016
Projected
672,272

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

64,236
64,236
64,236

69,217
69,217
69,217

72,105
72,105
72,105

77,343
77,343
77,343

82,426
82,426
82,426

86,761
86,761
86,761

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
Lottery, Division of the
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

1,744
219
162
0
1,290
9,955
10,286
23,256
431
47,343

2,081
241
164
126
1,495
9,822
8,981
11,634
233
34,777

2,297
168
191
0
1,901
11,743
11,211
21,522
350
49,383

2,650
168
208
0
2,002
13,879
12,190
22,820
350
54,267

2,874
172
225
0
2,144
13,978
13,288
23,047
350
56,078

3,094
176
225
0
2,284
13,978
13,578
23,047
350
56,732

1,382
551,599
15,662
568,643

2,689
601,846
15,328
619,863

2,061
584,398
22,638
609,097

1,522
643,830
23,711
669,063

1,633
683,352
25,092
710,077

1,744
717,306
26,406
745,456

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

3,426,460
6,898
3,433,358

3,938,106
5,244
3,943,350

3,724,334
5,809
3,730,143

4,055,224
5,947
4,061,171

4,361,309
6,080
4,367,389

4,619,948
6,203
4,626,151

TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

6,361,089

6,854,411

6,807,387

7,344,404

7,858,288

8,347,145

Functional Total

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total

T-123

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development Capital
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

17,956
0
821
8,446
14,629
0
3,718
45,570

15,506
12,500
29,381
97,565
13,200
2,500
5,000
175,652

9,277
12,500
32,645
132,602
14,790
2,500
5,000
209,314

7,330
5,000
19,859
135,003
14,790
1,500
5,000
188,482

3,500
5,000
15,000
85,832
14,790
1,500
5,000
130,622

305,327
356
15,216
58,361
379,260

303,054
274
216
32,095
335,639

398,242
0
3,816
95,341
497,399

362,631
0
0
68,627
431,258

335,559
0
0
55,940
391,499

301,102
0
0
42,228
343,330

0
204,814
0
3,082,367
3,287,181

0
186,910
0
3,017,285
3,204,195

150,000
184,484
1,800
3,120,720
3,457,004

0
194,948
1,800
3,118,074
3,314,822

0
202,058
1,800
2,868,428
3,072,286

310,000
209,772
1,800
2,588,331
3,109,903

7,468
7,468
7,468

7,272
7,272
7,272

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Functional Total

18,245
18,245
3,000
21,245

20,494
20,494
2,300
22,794

20,900
20,900
3,000
23,900

20,900
20,900
3,002
23,902

20,900
20,900
3,002
23,902

20,900
20,900
3,004
23,904

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Functional Total

1,678
1,678
69,686
69,686
23,618
23,618
94,982

146
146
63,011
63,011
38,419
38,419
101,576

9,880
9,880
77,570
77,570
45,220
45,220
132,670

13,196
13,196
77,598
77,598
39,220
39,220
130,014

13,083
13,083
77,680
77,680
39,220
39,220
129,983

13,083
13,083
77,783
77,783
39,220
39,220
130,086

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

216,232
0
2,416
23,746
535
14,597
257,526

239,799
17,754
4,476
16,092
125
30,466
308,712

253,265
0
16,000
27,041
0
37,800
334,106

259,677
0
13,100
26,996
0
17,874
317,647

265,710
0
5,500
43,507
0
13,865
328,582

271,860
0
400
41,607
0
13,865
327,732

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
State University of New York
Functional Total

9,601
(432)
852,320
861,489

25,182
406
1,013,908
1,039,496

52,127
0
1,091,604
1,143,731

53,066
0
1,070,945
1,124,011

46,725
0
1,198,663
1,245,388

41,958
0
1,122,584
1,164,542

4,631
4,631
4,631

8,230
8,230
8,230

32,637
32,637
32,637

33,118
33,118
33,118

18,400
18,400
18,400

23,400
23,400
23,400

61,188
1,373
2,883
65,444

74,801
0
0
74,801

66,578
(15)
0
66,563

59,309
(15)
0
59,294

69,883
(15)
0
69,868

69,883
(15)
0
69,868

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Hudson River Park Trust
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Functional Total

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Technology, Office for
Functional Total

5,205
(427)
7,991
4,810
16,403
0
3,561
37,543

FY 2012
Results

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS SPENDING

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

9,640
9,640

2,311
2,311

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

105,219
105,219

125,940
125,940

91,000
91,000

104,000
104,000

96,000
96,000

40,000
40,000

5,131,628

5,276,536

5,968,162

5,760,880

5,577,890

5,376,887

T-125

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

82,828
16,706
10
30,190
103,950
931,654
31,710
507,291
3,534
73,076
21,573
5,248
3,561
1,811,331

96,414
16,616
0
17,655
144,632
953,805
31,567
506,105
3,596
66,124
19,553
6,058
3,718
1,865,843

94,320
17,859
70
12,500
136,399
521,153
29,358
486,283
3,079
70,324
18,248
2,500
5,000
1,397,093

88,725
18,314
0
12,500
121,529
658,882
31,178
490,712
3,206
79,203
18,513
2,500
5,000
1,530,262

88,658
18,781
0
5,000
97,889
634,903
31,178
494,195
3,288
83,331
18,845
1,500
5,000
1,482,568

85,883
19,225
0
5,000
93,285
457,292
31,178
498,348
3,288
87,373
19,080
1,500
5,000
1,306,452

4,637
662,504
9,746
15,216
253,619
945,722

4,299
651,642
10,347
216
226,698
893,202

4,146
718,706
0
3,816
278,280
1,004,948

4,175
680,712
0
0
243,820
928,707

4,251
655,987
0
0
233,689
893,927

4,337
625,154
0
0
221,992
851,483

216,912
300,776
1,478
6,287,184
6,806,350

194,500
279,072
2,163
6,353,525
6,829,260

333,600
279,496
1,800
6,625,113
7,240,009

183,600
296,942
1,800
6,740,338
7,222,680

183,600
307,830
1,800
6,769,328
7,262,558

328,571
319,530
1,800
6,811,820
7,461,721

118,718
14,607,760
11,400,560
538,370
2,668,830
28,084
37,289
14,791,851

113,753
18,156,155
14,778,525
533,293
2,844,337
25,284
43,702
18,338,894

117,434
18,807,393
15,342,913
568,750
2,895,730
24,795
43,500
18,993,122

120,063
19,653,838
16,017,013
552,250
3,084,575
25,596
63,673
19,863,170

126,859
19,984,969
16,601,713
502,750
2,880,506
26,821
61,373
20,200,022

133,871
20,588,558
17,507,579
443,250
2,637,729
27,292
56,500
20,806,221

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

2,012,107
1,942,752
69,355
214,800
14,165
71,832
381
1,956
1,415,873
1,043,865
372,008
1,150
194,002
3,926,266

1,918,848
1,805,680
113,168
195,084
12,000
60,962
332
1,802
1,609,788
1,266,866
342,922
441
199,035
3,998,292

1,882,276
1,788,825
93,451
198,497
10,755
94,792
601
2,094
1,730,465
1,380,273
350,192
1,407
196,210
4,117,097

2,229,384
2,112,016
117,368
194,113
10,958
61,472
683
2,111
1,778,050
1,440,999
337,051
1,427
198,928
4,477,126

2,315,207
2,193,234
121,973
197,880
11,269
61,048
687
2,150
1,687,564
1,339,348
348,216
1,456
205,530
4,482,791

2,415,420
2,288,697
126,723
205,320
11,614
63,271
687
2,194
1,713,847
1,366,061
347,786
1,468
212,490
4,626,311

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

447,896
336,208
111,688
3,250,569
1,492,515
1,758,054
345
4,322,045
515,378
3,806,667
8,213
8,029,068

463,573
371,684
91,889
3,121,765
1,238,438
1,883,327
411
4,373,199
945,451
3,427,748
7,584
7,966,532

474,042
384,887
89,155
3,218,527
1,371,114
1,847,413
0
4,367,210
484,528
3,882,682
9,505
8,069,284

501,581
410,262
91,319
3,468,860
1,524,312
1,944,548
0
4,695,423
522,694
4,172,729
10,258
8,676,122

592,814
498,347
94,467
3,804,284
1,742,426
2,061,858
0
4,894,032
538,794
4,355,238
10,543
9,301,673

617,242
518,744
98,498
4,040,311
1,838,213
2,202,098
0
5,120,397
548,246
4,572,151
10,844
9,788,794

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of

2,419
2,803,925
0
213,480

2,251
2,716,925
0
215,019

2,672
2,963,046
11,500
230,926

2,711
2,843,282
11,500
227,421

2,787
2,920,908
11,500
225,347

2,864
3,083,942
12,500
226,792

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development Capital
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Hudson River Park Trust
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

T-126

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

0
35,714
90,793
4,944
39,023
496
692,423
9,070
28,253
34,594
3,955,134

FY 2012
Results
38,565
32,705
62,701
4,979
39,755
125
660,844
17,596
87,696
35,194
3,914,355

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

1,315,913
370
33,834
889,588
18,915
6,733,419
8,992,039

1,341,784
449
26,836
1,000,527
22,625
7,491,580
9,883,801

1,380,694
1,300
36,492
1,020,044
0
7,665,718
10,104,248

1,507,203
1,300
10,000
1,088,021
0
7,776,202
10,382,726

1,566,063
1,300
0
1,103,725
0
8,066,359
10,737,447

1,631,936
1,300
0
1,117,935
0
8,149,953
10,901,124

45,173
26,730,429
21,848,300
3,234,014
924,218
723,897
26,775,602

33,659
24,771,504
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
700,707
24,805,163

40,053
25,505,844
20,056,331
3,276,067
1,357,636
815,810
25,545,897

36,055
26,577,722
20,910,635
3,459,375
1,455,616
752,096
26,613,777

36,101
27,630,091
21,724,727
3,641,726
1,529,216
734,422
27,666,192

36,151
28,763,336
22,671,362
3,743,568
1,604,116
744,290
28,799,487

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

33,825
17,896
681
6,186
3,000
189,821
5,703
32,335
162,910
3,988
3,794
1,653
76,851
3,134
441,466
26,987
14,069
1,024,299

32,762
14,836
621
9,815
2,604
196,290
5,409
23,215
150,306
3,675
3,217
83
61,000
2,850
401,033
19,640
12,884
940,240

33,550
14,904
796
7,814
2,688
222,726
6,610
33,838
172,990
3,731
4,016
0
70,663
3,101
415,599
21,994
14,106
1,029,126

39,246
16,311
823
5,179
2,710
199,701
6,717
33,092
169,076
3,857
4,486
0
60,147
2,813
418,545
21,305
12,949
996,957

41,937
16,775
858
35,316
2,786
205,240
6,970
35,244
173,058
3,804
4,600
0
62,133
2,894
429,888
23,877
13,155
1,058,535

43,143
17,179
867
5,462
2,869
208,268
7,196
40,409
173,456
3,896
4,720
0
63,054
2,948
436,603
23,485
13,383
1,046,938

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

171,821
12,880
2,549,908
169,761
222,536
304
3,127,210

169,817
13,256
2,545,494
168,624
197,163
408
3,094,762

173,479
13,578
2,546,998
179,139
218,795
614
3,132,603

175,736
13,836
2,679,944
177,667
221,349
614
3,269,146

179,315
14,773
2,805,004
183,089
223,945
665
3,406,791

183,489
15,185
2,934,500
188,749
226,583
680
3,549,186

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

3,432,021
5,677,515
49,061
9,158,597

3,941,782
5,909,754
57,204
9,908,740

3,724,334
6,146,701
18,971
9,890,006

4,055,224
6,462,370
(8,209)
10,509,385

90,118,799

93,192,876

95,621,847

99,439,421

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE FUNDS SPENDING

T-127

FY 2013
Updated
42,700
163,310
75,144
5,452
37,740
600
702,606
52,601
0
32,741
4,321,038

FY 2014
Projected
30,000
164,518
78,588
5,577
37,823
600
691,623
51,525
0
34,931
4,180,099

FY 2015
Projected
34,500
137,031
78,631
5,795
42,688
600
694,213
52,826
0
35,156
4,241,982

FY 2016
Projected
0
121,361
78,672
5,990
41,159
600
708,238
54,164
0
35,397
4,371,679

4,361,309
6,530,775
(62,924)
10,829,160
102,364,280

4,619,948
6,691,841
63,186
11,374,975
105,687,773

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

15,014
10
30,617
75,494
926,844
9,157
228,152
0
5,248
1,290,536

24,603
0
17,655
110,082
945,359
8,140
217,470
0
6,058
1,329,367

25,652
70
0
84,264
423,588
9,234
216,952
500
0
760,260

24,216
0
0
66,229
526,280
9,234
216,952
500
0
843,411

24,216
0
0
54,772
499,900
9,234
216,952
500
0
805,574

24,216
0
0
54,772
371,460
9,234
216,952
500
0
677,134

70,523
0
16,933
87,456

74,946
1,180
12,121
88,247

61,325
0
16,112
77,437

59,802
0
7,600
67,402

59,802
0
7,600
67,402

59,802
0
7,600
67,402

216,912
1,478
4,266,828
4,485,218

194,500
2,163
4,243,459
4,440,122

183,600
0
4,444,675
4,628,275

183,600
0
4,638,374
4,821,974

183,600
0
4,725,238
4,908,838

18,571
0
4,810,299
4,828,870

117,041
13,995,374
11,377,313
538,370
2,079,691
14,112,415

111,616
17,561,651
14,763,303
533,293
2,265,055
17,673,267

115,697
18,144,739
15,291,558
568,750
2,284,431
18,260,436

118,252
18,930,447
15,960,658
552,250
2,417,539
19,048,699

124,956
19,238,875
16,545,858
502,750
2,190,267
19,363,831

131,901
19,835,189
17,451,724
443,250
1,940,215
19,967,090

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,670,267
1,600,912
69,355
137,588
11,237
0
666
1,247,339
1,043,865
203,474
3,067,097

1,603,904
1,490,736
113,168
124,044
3,665
38
541
1,458,453
1,266,866
191,587
3,190,645

1,543,111
1,449,660
93,451
130,604
29,987
350
685
1,527,766
1,380,273
147,493
3,232,503

1,891,290
1,773,922
117,368
124,802
2,875
350
685
1,572,892
1,440,999
131,893
3,592,894

1,990,187
1,868,214
121,973
126,454
150
350
685
1,471,241
1,339,348
131,893
3,589,067

2,093,572
1,966,849
126,723
131,454
150
350
685
1,499,354
1,366,061
133,293
3,725,565

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

336,995
287,906
49,089
1,165,624
742,212
423,412
2,176,345
498,380
1,677,965
623
3,679,587

359,683
327,532
32,151
1,155,718
747,570
408,148
2,327,726
696,088
1,631,638
560
3,843,687

362,628
329,948
32,680
1,150,206
767,557
382,649
2,238,541
439,132
1,799,409
620
3,751,995

383,129
350,449
32,680
1,315,952
904,887
411,065
2,464,692
483,293
1,981,399
620
4,164,393

468,816
436,136
32,680
1,524,918
1,087,031
437,887
2,574,775
499,393
2,075,382
620
4,569,129

486,018
453,338
32,680
1,629,195
1,158,995
470,200
2,645,593
508,845
2,136,748
620
4,761,426

10,386
0
150,003
17,552
65,769
3,659
0
29,185
276,554

5,594
0
151,076
19,575
62,292
3,761
18,369
29,239
289,906

6,051
11,500
159,811
97,923
74,000
867
0
26,182
376,334

6,000
11,500
154,751
113,739
77,000
850
0
28,182
392,022

6,000
11,500
154,911
97,264
77,000
850
0
28,182
375,707

6,000
12,500
154,911
85,523
77,000
850
0
28,182
364,966

1,182,813
34,266
813,707
473,053

1,202,410
26,430
923,514
488,115

1,219,184
36,492
935,933
462,404

1,342,367
10,000
1,001,349
468,051

1,405,128
0
1,014,412
468,051

1,473,272
0
1,025,891
468,051

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Development Authority of the North Country
Economic Development Capital
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Regional Economic Development Program
Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Functional Total

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York

T-128

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
2,503,839

FY 2012
Results
2,640,469

FY 2013
Updated
2,654,013

FY 2014
Projected
2,821,767

FY 2015
Projected
2,887,591

FY 2016
Projected
2,967,214

40,479
26,564,820
21,848,300
3,234,014
924,218
558,288
26,605,299

29,571
24,606,829
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
536,032
24,636,400

35,933
25,317,997
20,056,331
3,276,067
1,357,636
627,963
25,353,930

31,933
26,383,152
20,910,635
3,459,375
1,455,616
557,526
26,415,085

31,933
27,445,788
21,724,727
3,641,726
1,529,216
550,119
27,477,721

31,933
28,569,950
22,671,362
3,743,568
1,604,116
550,904
28,601,883

582
28
24,495
5,270
2,086
8,044
40,505

415
0
12,916
6,487
682
7,572
28,072

2,700
19
16,118
926
0
8,117
27,880

0
0
3,877
926
0
7,397
12,200

30,000
0
3,877
926
0
7,457
42,260

0
0
3,877
926
0
7,517
12,320

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

31,598
119,798
151,396

32,005
114,108
146,113

32,024
106,700
138,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

32,024
121,700
153,724

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total

738,940
4,604
3,920
25,800
2,066
775,330

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

739,655
9,636
2,000
25,867
218
777,376

757,414
3,805
1,960
25,867
218
789,264

772,589
0
1,960
25,867
218
800,634

775,357
0
1,960
25,867
218
803,402

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

(33,259)
(33,259)

(44,673)
(44,673)

51,276
51,276

100,966
100,966

46,171
46,171

122,079
122,079

60,090,439

63,223,801

65,087,649

67,053,075

Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

57,041,973

T-129

59,015,414

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

57,860
12,581
20,444
4,744
212,310
3,534
52,777
18,056
382,306

52,515
13,044
33,729
6,456
210,028
3,596
47,386
17,270
384,024

51,572
13,629
22,726
5,286
202,401
3,079
48,889
15,194
362,776

53,512
13,823
22,627
5,396
206,774
3,206
54,419
15,226
374,983

55,230
14,020
23,230
5,396
209,007
3,288
56,343
15,333
381,847

56,168
14,221
23,485
5,396
211,596
3,288
58,195
15,568
387,917

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,637
255,522
7,122
177,022
444,303

4,299
245,162
6,504
183,216
439,181

4,146
234,743
0
165,936
404,825

4,175
234,902
0
166,563
405,640

4,251
236,463
0
169,056
409,770

4,337
239,266
0
171,026
414,629

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

68,522
33,454
101,976

67,400
35,857
103,257

70,013
24,952
94,965

73,915
25,548
99,463

75,576
26,111
101,687

77,460
26,722
104,182

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

1,677
571,324
23,247
548,077
27,990
36,971
637,962

2,137
555,256
15,222
540,034
25,258
43,470
626,121

1,737
606,935
51,355
555,580
24,795
43,500
676,967

1,811
663,531
56,355
607,176
25,596
63,673
754,611

1,903
684,909
55,855
629,054
26,821
61,373
775,006

1,970
690,571
55,855
634,716
27,292
56,500
776,333

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

321,270
321,270
61,015
14,165
44,994
381
1,290
167,085
167,085
1,094
150,850
762,144

292,769
292,769
55,910
12,000
42,274
294
1,261
150,451
150,451
395
157,884
713,238

315,749
315,749
51,392
10,755
50,358
251
1,409
202,699
202,699
1,186
150,979
784,778

314,574
314,574
51,781
10,958
43,269
333
1,426
205,158
205,158
1,206
149,735
778,440

301,463
301,463
52,756
11,269
44,363
337
1,465
216,323
216,323
1,234
152,632
781,842

298,244
298,244
54,285
11,614
45,456
337
1,509
214,493
214,493
1,244
155,909
783,091

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

80,818
34,454
46,364
1,455,854
482,556
973,298
345
1,542,092
(6,620)
1,548,712
6,573
3,085,682

75,671
31,920
43,751
1,372,952
306,563
1,066,389
411
1,485,935
106,952
1,378,983
5,948
2,940,917

73,393
32,662
40,731
1,415,695
387,066
1,028,629
0
1,487,922
176
1,487,746
7,698
2,984,708

75,072
33,320
41,752
1,461,109
381,483
1,079,626
0
1,543,657
181
1,543,476
8,368
3,088,206

77,819
34,549
43,270
1,529,654
400,417
1,129,237
0
1,580,784
181
1,580,603
8,548
3,196,805

81,590
36,224
45,366
1,592,461
408,853
1,183,608
0
1,666,824
181
1,666,643
8,743
3,349,618

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network

2,419
2,575,307
63,391
0
15,550
25,024
4,944
28,398
0
657,091
9,069
27,655

2,251
2,471,532
63,882
20,811
8,654
326
4,979
27,440
0
611,384
17,596
69,207

2,672
2,703,688
70,920
42,700
48,678
859
5,452
26,944
600
643,524
52,601
0

2,711
2,577,560
72,462
30,000
36,972
1,151
5,577
27,089
600
649,676
51,525
0

2,787
2,649,150
70,210
34,500
33,560
1,167
5,795
27,443
600
655,118
52,826
0

2,864
2,806,031
71,639
0
34,731
1,183
5,990
27,814
600
668,143
54,164
0

T-130

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)

Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2011
Results
4,521
3,413,369

FY 2012
Results
4,138
3,302,200

FY 2013
Updated
4,782
3,603,420

FY 2014
Projected
4,862
3,460,185

FY 2015
Projected
4,974
3,538,130

FY 2016
Projected
5,113
3,678,272

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

117,099
255
61,052
14,438
4,880,006
5,072,850

107,837
376
64,233
16,809
5,429,621
5,618,876

103,231
1,201
68,980
0
5,523,988
5,697,400

105,433
1,201
70,309
0
5,631,128
5,808,071

107,683
1,201
71,976
0
5,773,706
5,954,566

109,983
1,201
73,821
0
5,912,561
6,097,566

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

4,694
131,572
131,572
136,266

4,088
126,159
126,159
130,247

4,120
125,348
125,348
129,468

4,122
129,133
129,133
133,255

4,168
131,140
131,140
135,308

4,218
133,142
133,142
137,360

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

32,081
17,677
519
5,604
3,000
127,315
5,703
32,335
152,955
3,988
3,794
1,653
41,797
3,134
412,940
22,018
6,025
872,538

30,681
14,595
457
9,400
2,604
119,994
5,409
23,215
140,484
3,675
3,217
83
40,716
2,850
382,913
18,958
5,312
804,563

31,253
14,736
605
5,114
2,688
154,228
6,610
33,838
161,247
3,731
4,016
0
45,662
3,101
393,151
21,994
5,989
887,963

36,596
16,143
615
5,179
2,710
138,390
6,717
33,092
155,197
3,857
4,486
0
46,581
2,813
394,799
21,305
5,552
874,032

39,063
16,603
633
5,316
2,786
133,213
6,970
35,244
159,080
3,804
4,600
0
47,676
2,894
405,915
23,877
5,698
893,372

40,049
17,003
642
5,462
2,869
136,101
7,196
40,409
159,478
3,896
4,720
0
48,348
2,948
412,630
23,485
5,866
911,102

138,841
12,880
1,868,890
161,877
222,536
304
2,405,328

135,123
13,256
1,827,308
160,461
197,163
408
2,333,719

139,394
13,578
1,855,900
165,109
218,795
614
2,393,390

142,190
13,836
1,914,414
162,564
221,349
614
2,454,967

145,658
14,773
1,999,952
166,796
223,945
665
2,551,789

149,721
15,185
2,095,494
171,368
226,583
680
2,659,031

5,561
62,846
4,886
73,293

3,676
45,732
5,007
54,415

17,388,017

17,450,758

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE OPERATIONS SPENDING

T-131

0
46,925
(104,114)
(57,189)
17,963,471

0
46,925
(219,122)
(172,197)
18,059,656

0
46,925
(211,175)
(164,250)
18,555,872

0
46,925
(105,096)
(58,171)
19,240,930

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

31,416
8,512
13,906
2,894
152,126
2,890
41,801
12,062
265,607

27,412
7,720
11,354
4,776
142,332
2,849
38,749
10,940
246,132

27,993
8,185
12,704
3,432
133,847
2,485
40,507
9,059
238,212

29,168
8,246
13,087
3,501
136,495
2,522
44,591
9,058
246,668

30,180
8,308
13,424
3,501
138,669
2,548
46,220
9,133
251,983

30,855
8,370
13,679
3,501
141,191
2,548
47,964
9,368
257,476

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,234
186,181
6,060
135,297
331,772

3,779
188,153
5,454
138,928
336,314

3,791
174,892
0
128,763
307,446

3,820
176,274
0
129,520
309,614

3,896
179,774
0
131,378
315,048

3,982
182,690
0
133,348
320,020

51,578
10,853
62,431

48,313
9,818
58,131

50,028
10,206
60,234

51,560
10,457
62,017

52,689
10,699
63,388

54,020
10,969
64,989

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

1,641
289,860
500
289,360
20,818
534
312,853

1,931
267,998
1,438
266,560
19,738
441
290,108

1,555
285,952
500
285,452
18,379
0
305,886

1,619
310,157
500
309,657
18,850
0
330,626

1,701
322,478
500
321,978
19,725
0
343,904

1,768
328,193
500
327,693
20,196
0
350,157

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

192,793
192,793
46,367
12,932
32,161
304
1,098
62,305
62,305
434
89,052
437,446

177,205
177,205
40,611
10,679
29,954
292
1,040
51,870
51,870
364
85,890
397,905

186,486
186,486
40,890
9,841
27,955
210
1,313
83,922
83,922
701
87,805
439,123

174,500
174,500
41,148
9,927
28,145
292
1,324
85,979
85,979
721
90,328
432,364

163,447
163,447
41,986
10,207
28,851
295
1,356
90,656
90,656
738
92,301
429,837

161,672
161,672
43,395
10,522
29,545
295
1,389
93,056
93,056
748
94,633
435,255

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

59,596
25,103
34,493
1,145,258
405,776
739,482
1,168,196
0
1,168,196
5,430
2,378,480

54,920
22,801
32,119
1,081,037
253,135
827,902
1,125,113
72,227
1,052,886
4,856
2,265,926

54,931
24,466
30,465
1,128,102
307,407
820,695
1,124,943
0
1,124,943
6,480
2,314,456

56,407
24,854
31,553
1,146,525
298,781
847,744
1,167,242
0
1,167,242
7,090
2,377,264

58,624
25,830
32,794
1,196,034
318,073
877,961
1,193,675
0
1,193,675
7,241
2,455,574

61,879
27,263
34,616
1,257,066
326,199
930,867
1,269,575
0
1,269,575
7,404
2,595,924

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of

2,082
2,043,633
34,806
0
6,531
8
3,723
19,260
0
582,393
3,977
8,076
3,761

1,890
1,959,956
32,972
9,685
6,837
259
3,794
17,152
0
557,865
7,554
7,006
3,109

2,398
2,231,528
33,919
0
15,494
569
4,093
16,525
600
563,304
10,814
0
3,866

2,414
2,085,747
34,524
0
15,635
802
4,124
16,655
600
568,753
10,895
0
3,931

2,481
2,136,867
35,363
0
16,151
810
4,237
16,861
600
572,693
10,977
0
4,026

2,548
2,272,313
36,326
0
16,733
818
4,357
17,080
600
580,708
11,060
0
4,148

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-132

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)

Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING

FY 2011
Results
2,708,250

FY 2012
Results
2,608,079

FY 2013
Updated
2,883,110

FY 2014
Projected
2,744,080

FY 2015
Projected
2,801,066

FY 2016
Projected
2,946,691

85,732
221
32,756
12,562
3,239,364
3,370,635

74,043
207
28,789
13,612
3,324,528
3,441,179

75,289
198
30,166
0
3,379,755
3,485,408

76,792
198
30,554
0
3,429,503
3,537,047

78,326
198
31,247
0
3,520,264
3,630,035

79,892
198
32,058
0
3,607,190
3,719,338

3,098
90,078
90,078
93,176

2,266
80,475
80,475
82,741

2,298
81,821
81,821
84,119

2,300
84,326
84,326
86,626

2,346
85,873
85,873
88,219

2,396
87,539
87,539
89,935

24,430
16,153
374
4,205
2,909
56,079
5,519
9,872
21,057
3,456
3,017
1,537
31,270
2,776
323,767
11,208
5,570
523,199

23,829
13,284
378
4,065
2,529
48,873
5,067
8,359
20,276
3,197
2,492
80
28,357
2,483
300,408
10,456
4,868
479,001

24,961
13,247
392
4,144
2,551
50,908
6,083
5,500
24,676
3,290
3,166
0
31,340
2,900
301,881
13,586
5,050
493,675

25,768
14,359
396
4,254
2,570
51,870
6,129
5,504
25,029
3,119
3,190
0
32,307
2,601
300,966
13,595
5,123
496,780

27,287
14,714
408
4,370
2,646
52,997
6,301
6,119
25,495
3,046
3,282
0
33,039
2,673
309,755
13,907
5,259
511,298

28,166
15,109
417
4,495
2,728
54,392
6,485
6,366
25,893
3,138
3,380
0
33,700
2,727
316,470
14,246
5,416
523,128

110,320
10,963
1,525,120
111,750
174,096
281
1,932,530

103,298
10,210
1,464,351
106,462
151,882
289
1,836,492

108,671
11,338
1,468,250
110,920
165,284
480
1,864,943

109,385
11,495
1,514,284
110,913
166,524
494
1,913,095

112,012
12,238
1,561,492
113,920
167,773
515
1,967,950

115,214
12,589
1,618,742
117,232
169,031
543
2,033,351

3,835
2,217
6,052

2,091
2,356
4,447

12,422,431

12,046,455

T-133

0
(7,318)
(7,318)
12,469,294

0
(42,275)
(42,275)
12,493,906

0
(27,179)
(27,179)
12,831,123

0
27,919
27,919
13,364,183

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

26,444
4,069
6,538
1,850
60,184
644
10,976
5,994
116,699

25,103
5,324
22,375
1,680
67,696
747
8,637
6,330
137,892

23,579
5,444
10,022
1,854
68,554
594
8,382
6,135
124,564

24,344
5,577
9,540
1,895
70,279
684
9,828
6,168
128,315

25,050
5,712
9,806
1,895
70,338
740
10,123
6,200
129,864

25,313
5,851
9,806
1,895
70,405
740
10,231
6,200
130,441

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

403
69,341
1,062
41,725
112,531

520
57,009
1,050
44,288
102,867

355
59,851
0
37,173
97,379

355
58,628
0
37,043
96,026

355
56,689
0
37,678
94,722

355
56,576
0
37,678
94,609

16,944
22,601
39,545

19,087
26,039
45,126

19,985
14,746
34,731

22,355
15,091
37,446

22,887
15,412
38,299

23,440
15,753
39,193

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

36
281,464
22,747
258,717
7,172
36,437
325,109

206
287,258
13,784
273,474
5,520
43,029
336,013

182
320,983
50,855
270,128
6,416
43,500
371,081

192
353,374
55,855
297,519
6,746
63,673
423,985

202
362,431
55,355
307,076
7,096
61,373
431,102

202
362,378
55,355
307,023
7,096
56,500
426,176

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

128,477
128,477
14,648
1,233
12,833
77
192
104,780
104,780
660
61,798
324,698

115,564
115,564
15,299
1,321
12,320
2
221
98,581
98,581
31
71,994
315,333

129,263
129,263
10,502
914
22,403
41
96
118,777
118,777
485
63,174
345,655

140,074
140,074
10,633
1,031
15,124
41
102
119,179
119,179
485
59,407
346,076

138,016
138,016
10,770
1,062
15,512
42
109
125,667
125,667
496
60,331
352,005

136,572
136,572
10,890
1,092
15,911
42
120
121,437
121,437
496
61,276
347,836

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

21,222
9,351
11,871
310,596
76,780
233,816
345
373,896
(6,620)
380,516
1,143
707,202

20,751
9,119
11,632
291,915
53,428
238,487
411
360,822
34,725
326,097
1,092
674,991

18,462
8,196
10,266
287,593
79,659
207,934
0
362,979
176
362,803
1,218
670,252

18,665
8,466
10,199
314,584
82,702
231,882
0
376,415
181
376,234
1,278
710,942

19,195
8,719
10,476
333,620
82,344
251,276
0
387,109
181
386,928
1,307
741,231

19,711
8,961
10,750
335,395
82,654
252,741
0
397,249
181
397,068
1,339
753,694

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of

337
531,674
28,585
0
9,019
25,016
1,221
9,138
74,698
5,092
19,579
760

361
511,576
30,910
11,126
1,817
67
1,185
10,288
53,519
10,042
62,201
1,029

274
472,160
37,001
42,700
33,184
290
1,359
10,419
80,220
41,787
0
916

297
491,813
37,938
30,000
21,337
349
1,453
10,434
80,923
40,630
0
931

306
512,283
34,847
34,500
17,409
357
1,558
10,582
82,425
41,849
0
948

316
533,718
35,313
0
17,998
365
1,633
10,734
87,435
43,104
0
965

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-134

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
705,119

FY 2012
Results
694,121

FY 2013
Updated
720,310

FY 2014
Projected
716,105

FY 2015
Projected
737,064

FY 2016
Projected
731,581

31,367
34
28,296
1,876
1,640,642
1,702,215

33,794
169
35,444
3,197
2,105,093
2,177,697

27,942
1,003
38,814
0
2,144,233
2,211,992

28,641
1,003
39,755
0
2,201,625
2,271,024

29,357
1,003
40,729
0
2,253,442
2,324,531

30,091
1,003
41,763
0
2,305,371
2,378,228

1,596
41,494
41,494
43,090

1,822
45,684
45,684
47,506

1,822
43,527
43,527
45,349

1,822
44,807
44,807
46,629

1,822
45,267
45,267
47,089

1,822
45,603
45,603
47,425

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

7,651
1,524
145
1,399
91
71,236
184
22,463
131,898
532
777
116
10,527
358
89,173
10,810
455
349,339

6,852
1,311
79
5,335
75
71,121
342
14,856
120,208
478
725
3
12,359
367
82,505
8,502
444
325,562

6,292
1,489
213
970
137
103,320
527
28,338
136,571
441
850
0
14,322
201
91,270
8,408
939
394,288

10,828
1,784
219
925
140
86,520
588
27,588
130,168
738
1,296
0
14,274
212
93,833
7,710
429
377,252

11,776
1,889
225
946
140
80,216
669
29,125
133,585
758
1,318
0
14,637
221
96,160
9,970
439
382,074

11,883
1,894
225
967
141
81,709
711
34,043
133,585
758
1,340
0
14,648
221
96,160
9,239
450
387,974

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

28,521
1,917
343,770
50,127
48,440
23
472,798

31,825
3,046
362,957
53,999
45,281
119
497,227

30,723
2,240
387,650
54,189
53,511
134
528,447

32,805
2,341
400,130
51,651
54,825
120
541,872

33,646
2,535
438,460
52,876
56,172
150
583,839

34,507
2,596
476,752
54,136
57,552
137
625,680

1,726
62,846
2,669
67,241

1,585
45,732
2,651
49,968

0
46,925
(96,796)
(49,871)

0
46,925
(176,847)
(129,922)

0
46,925
(183,996)
(137,071)

0
46,925
(133,015)
(86,090)

4,965,586

5,404,303

Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS SPENDING

T-135

5,494,177

5,565,750

5,724,749

5,876,747

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

4,749
4,125
21
1,406
66,829
20,299
3,517
100,946

1,340
3,572
0
2,342
78,607
18,738
2,283
106,882

1,590
4,230
28
1,638
66,930
20,935
3,054
98,405

1,720
4,491
28
1,758
66,986
24,284
3,287
102,554

1,882
4,761
28
1,758
68,236
26,488
3,512
106,665

1,999
5,004
28
1,758
69,800
28,678
3,512
110,779

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

37,838
2,268
2,627
42,733

34,802
2,389
655
37,846

36,896
0
3,691
40,587

35,879
0
3,830
39,709

36,705
0
3,893
40,598

37,571
0
3,938
41,509

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

27,440
403
27,843

24,762
10,781
35,543

24,999
4,951
29,950

28,079
5,394
33,473

30,196
5,790
35,986

32,298
6,196
38,494

HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

33,594
33,594
94
318
34,006

31,976
31,976
26
232
32,234

42,219
42,219
0
0
42,219

46,360
46,360
0
0
46,360

47,685
47,685
0
0
47,685

49,298
49,298
0
0
49,298

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

2,325
2,325
16,197
15,601
1,449
1,449
56
43,152
78,780

1,681
1,681
15,130
15,023
884
884
46
41,151
73,915

2,516
2,516
16,501
14,447
0
0
221
45,231
78,916

2,620
2,620
17,530
15,328
0
0
221
49,193
84,892

2,657
2,657
18,670
16,535
0
0
222
52,898
90,982

2,704
2,704
19,581
17,665
0
0
224
56,581
96,755

28,405
12,170
16,235
559,405
198,061
361,344
579,990
0
579,990
1,017
1,168,817

28,073
12,086
15,987
530,084
121,294
408,790
521,119
103,992
417,127
1,076
1,080,352

28,141
12,397
15,744
575,056
138,921
436,135
595,527
0
595,527
1,187
1,199,911

30,184
13,297
16,887
614,201
160,344
453,857
647,854
0
647,854
1,270
1,293,509

33,096
14,579
18,517
672,032
177,298
494,734
699,253
0
699,253
1,375
1,405,756

36,551
16,099
20,452
740,872
192,582
548,290
768,760
0
768,760
1,481
1,547,664

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

2,000
86
196
0
583
20,735
1
598
888
25,087

0
61
0
83
546
18,994
0
120
1,817
21,621

42
195
709
285
250
21,282
0
0
1,777
24,540

45
208
707
437
250
24,073
0
0
1,887
27,607

48
226
707
464
250
25,230
0
0
2,000
28,925

51
242
707
489
250
26,230
0
0
2,102
30,071

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

6,400
115
14,829
4,477
528,040
553,861

6,355
73
12,780
5,816
559,936
584,960

6,152
99
15,131
0
587,722
609,104

6,337
99
16,363
0
606,078
628,877

6,527
99
17,337
0
625,939
649,902

6,723
99
18,223
0
646,757
671,802

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

T-136

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

29,406
29,406
29,406

30,286
30,286
30,286

29,862
29,862
29,862

32,319
32,319
32,319

34,763
34,763
34,763

36,844
36,844
36,844

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
General Services, Office of
Lottery, Division of the
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Functional Total

1,744
219
162
1,290
9,955
9,186
23,256
45,812

2,081
241
164
1,495
9,822
7,368
11,633
32,804

2,297
168
191
1,901
11,743
8,898
21,522
46,720

2,650
168
208
2,002
13,879
9,704
22,820
51,431

2,874
172
225
2,144
13,978
10,595
23,047
53,035

3,094
176
225
2,284
13,978
10,844
23,047
53,648

1,382
551,580
7,884
560,846

2,689
601,767
8,163
612,619

2,061
584,398
14,030
600,489

1,522
643,830
15,103
660,455

1,633
683,352
16,293
701,278

1,744
717,306
17,381
736,431

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

3,426,460
6,898
3,433,358

3,938,106
5,244
3,943,350

3,724,334
5,809
3,730,143

4,055,224
5,947
4,061,171

4,361,309
6,080
4,367,389

4,619,948
6,203
4,626,151

TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

6,101,495

6,592,412

6,530,846

7,062,357

7,562,964

8,039,446

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total

T-137

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development Capital
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

17,956
0
821
8,446
14,629
0
3,718
45,570

15,506
12,500
29,381
97,565
13,200
2,500
5,000
175,652

9,277
12,500
32,645
132,602
14,790
2,500
5,000
209,314

7,330
5,000
19,859
135,003
14,790
1,500
5,000
188,482

3,500
5,000
15,000
85,832
14,790
1,500
5,000
130,622

298,621
356
15,216
57,037
371,230

296,732
274
216
30,706
327,928

385,742
0
3,816
92,541
482,099

350,129
0
0
65,827
415,956

323,017
0
0
53,140
376,157

288,515
0
0
39,428
327,943

0
204,814
0
1,986,499
2,191,313

0
186,910
0
2,063,428
2,250,338

150,000
184,484
1,800
2,150,535
2,486,819

0
194,948
1,800
2,071,022
2,267,770

0
202,058
1,800
2,012,189
2,216,047

310,000
209,772
1,800
1,968,603
2,490,175

7,468
7,468
7,468

7,272
7,272
7,272

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Functional Total

18,245
18,245
18,245

20,494
20,494
20,494

20,900
20,900
20,900

20,900
20,900
20,900

20,900
20,900
20,900

20,900
20,900
20,900

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Functional Total

1,678
1,678
69,686
69,686
23,618
23,618
94,982

146
146
63,011
63,011
38,419
38,419
101,576

9,880
9,880
77,570
77,570
45,220
45,220
132,670

13,196
13,196
77,598
77,598
39,220
39,220
130,014

13,083
13,083
77,680
77,680
39,220
39,220
129,983

13,083
13,083
77,783
77,783
39,220
39,220
130,086

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Public Security and Emergency Response
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

216,232
0
2,416
6,383
496
14,597
240,124

239,799
17,754
4,476
8,008
125
30,466
300,628

253,265
0
16,000
9,679
0
37,800
316,744

259,677
0
13,100
9,634
0
17,874
300,285

265,710
0
5,500
14,145
0
13,865
299,220

271,860
0
400
12,245
0
13,865
298,370

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
State University of New York
Functional Total

9,601
(432)
852,320
861,489

25,182
406
1,013,908
1,039,496

52,127
0
1,091,604
1,143,731

53,066
0
1,070,945
1,124,011

46,725
0
1,198,663
1,245,388

41,958
0
1,122,584
1,164,542

4,631
4,631
4,631

8,230
8,230
8,230

32,637
32,637
32,637

33,118
33,118
33,118

18,400
18,400
18,400

23,400
23,400
23,400

61,188
1,373
2,883
65,444

74,801
0
0
74,801

66,578
(15)
0
66,563

59,309
(15)
0
59,294

69,883
(15)
0
69,868

69,883
(15)
0
69,868

9,640
9,640

2,311
2,311

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Hudson River Park Trust
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Functional Total

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Technology, Office for
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total

5,205
(427)
7,991
4,810
16,403
0
3,561
37,543

FY 2012
Results

T-138

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS SPENDING

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

70,536
70,536

91,626
91,626

66,000
66,000

104,000
104,000

96,000
96,000

40,000
40,000

3,972,645

4,270,270

4,937,315

4,678,162

4,673,945

4,709,406

T-139

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

0
9,157
217,007
0
226,164

18,266
8,140
217,375
0
243,781

18,266
9,234
216,952
500
244,952

18,820
9,234
216,952
500
245,506

0
9,234
216,952
500
226,686

0
9,234
216,952
500
226,686

410
5,099
5,509

0
5,363
5,363

0
4,850
4,850

0
4,850
4,850

0
4,850
4,850

0
4,850
4,850

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

4,156,790
4,156,790

4,131,623
4,131,623

4,279,636
4,279,636

4,458,861
4,458,861

4,536,861
4,536,861

4,632,061
4,632,061

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Public Health
Functional Total

7
5,686,816
4,437,075
1,249,741
5,686,823

0
6,338,542
4,995,832
1,342,710
6,338,542

0
6,517,800
5,256,776
1,261,024
6,517,800

0
6,784,022
5,355,042
1,428,980
6,784,022

0
7,075,298
5,594,469
1,480,829
7,075,298

0
6,767,928
5,563,041
1,204,887
6,767,928

850
850
852
150
4,000
4,000
5,852

850
850
852
150
0
0
1,852

850
850
852
150
0
0
1,852

850
850
852
150
0
0
1,852

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

3,966
3,966
712
123
6,140
6,140
10,941

3,912
3,912
(126)
153
8,938
8,938
12,877

153,359
153,359
567,032
567,032
617,736
378,577
239,159
394
1,338,521

267,103
267,103
696,872
696,872
729,773
682,532
47,241
390
1,694,138

276,950
276,950
710,705
710,705
710,109
434,303
275,806
450
1,698,214

301,098
301,098
840,376
840,376
769,124
479,414
289,710
450
1,911,048

317,718
317,718
947,520
947,520
786,539
495,514
291,025
450
2,052,227

334,920
334,920
1,019,484
1,019,484
795,991
504,966
291,025
450
2,150,845

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

22,628
0
65,769
2,934
0
29,185
120,516

31,765
0
62,292
3,000
18,369
29,239
144,665

33,055
63,835
74,000
0
0
26,182
197,072

36,055
81,301
77,000
0
0
28,182
222,538

36,055
81,301
77,000
0
0
28,182
222,538

36,055
81,301
77,000
0
0
28,182
222,538

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
Functional Total

22,200
22,200

16,000
16,000

32,000
32,000

16,000
16,000

0
0

0
0

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
All Other
Functional Total

0
6,391,597
3,142,995
3,234,014
14,588
6,391,597

0
6,130,035
2,883,980
3,232,883
13,172
6,130,035

98
6,339,583
3,053,000
3,276,067
10,516
6,339,681

98
6,545,233
3,078,800
3,459,375
7,058
6,545,331

98
6,732,618
3,084,000
3,641,726
6,892
6,732,716

98
6,836,460
3,086,000
3,743,568
6,892
6,836,558

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
State, Department of
Functional Total

4,813
4,813

3,499
3,499

539
539

539
539

539
539

539
539

114,914
114,914

111,606
111,606

104,200
104,200

104,200
104,200

104,200
104,200

104,200
104,200

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total

T-140

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

FY 2012
Results

10,321
10,321

15,388
15,388

18,089,109

18,847,517

T-141

FY 2013
Updated

(285,681)
(285,681)
19,139,115

FY 2014
Projected

(281,711)
(281,711)
20,013,036

FY 2015
Projected

(279,711)
(279,711)
20,678,056

FY 2016
Projected

(279,711)
(279,711)
20,668,346

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

9,887
8,512
43
2,894
151,988
41,801
12,062
227,187

8,903
7,720
0
4,776
142,332
38,749
10,940
213,420

3,455
8,185
103
3,432
133,847
40,507
9,059
198,588

3,525
8,246
103
3,501
136,495
44,591
9,058
205,519

3,643
8,308
103
3,501
138,669
46,220
9,133
209,577

3,751
8,370
103
3,501
141,191
47,964
9,368
214,248

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

97,997
6,060
26,130
130,187

91,949
5,454
27,997
125,400

94,190
0
28,021
122,211

92,520
0
29,018
121,538

94,454
0
29,528
123,982

96,027
0
29,961
125,988

51,578
10,853
62,431

48,313
9,818
58,131

50,028
9,706
59,734

51,560
9,957
61,517

52,689
10,199
62,888

54,020
10,469
64,489

HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

228,838
228,838
3,888
534
233,260

205,605
205,605
3,708
441
209,754

228,216
228,216
3,700
0
231,916

239,672
239,672
3,700
0
243,372

245,473
245,473
3,700
0
249,173

248,195
248,195
3,700
0
251,895

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

29,104
29,104
34,795
31,852
48,211
48,211
108
89,052
233,122

33,370
33,370
31,919
29,954
55,783
55,783
77
85,890
236,993

3,526
3,526
31,411
27,955
0
0
408
87,805
151,105

3,293
3,293
31,684
28,145
0
0
414
90,328
153,864

3,390
3,390
32,224
28,851
0
0
420
92,301
157,186

3,455
3,455
33,213
29,545
0
0
423
94,633
161,269

59,596
25,103
34,493
1,145,091
405,609
739,482
1,168,196
0
1,168,196
2,202
2,375,085

54,920
22,801
32,119
1,081,037
253,135
827,902
1,125,113
72,227
1,052,886
2,206
2,263,276

54,931
24,466
30,465
1,128,102
307,407
820,695
1,124,943
0
1,124,943
2,297
2,310,273

56,407
24,854
31,553
1,146,525
298,781
847,744
1,167,242
0
1,167,242
2,362
2,372,536

58,624
25,830
32,794
1,196,034
318,073
877,961
1,193,675
0
1,193,675
2,430
2,450,763

61,879
27,263
34,616
1,257,066
326,199
930,867
1,269,575
0
1,269,575
2,503
2,591,023

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

0
314
334
8
1,570
161,378
3,977
8,076
3,761
179,418

0
322
200
259
1,354
157,651
7,554
7,006
3,109
177,455

82
379
9,744
569
781
48,404
10,814
0
3,866
74,639

82
383
9,825
802
783
51,870
10,895
0
3,931
78,571

84
389
10,077
810
784
52,049
10,977
0
4,026
79,196

86
396
10,367
818
786
52,060
11,060
0
4,148
79,721

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

85,732
221
32,756
12,562
2,478,960
2,610,231

74,043
207
28,789
13,612
2,621,078
2,737,729

75,289
198
30,166
0
2,831,412
2,937,065

76,792
198
30,554
0
3,429,503
3,537,047

78,326
198
31,247
0
3,520,264
3,630,035

79,892
198
32,058
0
3,607,190
3,719,338

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

T-142

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

65,658
65,658
65,658

55,492
55,492
55,492

57,323
57,323
57,323

59,783
59,783
59,783

60,998
60,998
60,998

62,279
62,279
62,279

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
General Services, Office of
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Functional Total

3,797
554
344
3,364
21,057
245
18,975
27,496
75,832

4,577
349
348
3,117
20,276
290
17,669
50,583
97,209

4,784
350
363
3,678
24,676
352
18,619
41,015
93,837

4,927
350
367
3,850
25,029
159
19,216
41,408
95,306

5,075
357
378
3,915
25,495
0
19,571
41,822
96,613

5,227
364
386
3,995
25,893
0
19,969
41,822
97,656

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total

2,936
58,078
15,436
76,450

10,214
55,393
22,722
88,329

10,707
57,650
26,983
95,340

10,557
58,150
26,969
95,676

10,518
58,350
27,556
96,424

10,793
59,650
28,192
98,635

2,192
2,192

2,305
2,305

(32,370)
(32,370)

(17,327)
(17,327)

(17,232)
(17,232)

(17,135)
(17,135)

6,271,053

6,265,493

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING

T-143

6,299,661

7,007,402

7,199,603

7,449,406

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

20,236
4,069
573
1,850
60,184
63
10,976
5,994
103,945

17,504
5,324
622
1,680
67,696
53
8,637
6,330
107,846

17,474
5,444
1,847
1,854
68,554
150
8,382
6,135
109,840

17,511
5,577
1,847
1,895
70,279
150
9,828
6,168
113,255

17,904
5,712
1,847
1,895
70,338
150
10,123
6,200
114,169

17,907
5,851
1,847
1,895
70,405
150
10,231
6,200
114,486

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

53,955
1,062
29,927
84,944

42,926
1,050
33,579
77,555

49,897
0
29,171
79,068

48,674
0
29,171
77,845

46,735
0
29,806
76,541

46,622
0
29,806
76,428

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

16,944
20,747
37,691

19,087
25,017
44,104

19,985
12,591
32,576

22,355
12,936
35,291

22,887
13,257
36,144

23,440
13,598
37,038

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

1
152,885
152,885
7
36,437
189,330

0
181,785
181,785
2
43,029
224,816

1
169,477
169,477
0
43,500
212,978

1
182,368
182,368
0
63,673
246,042

1
184,925
184,925
0
61,373
246,299

1
184,872
184,872
0
56,500
241,373

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

26,892
26,892
6,807
12,740
28
60,268
60,268
660
61,798
169,193

35,210
35,210
7,896
12,320
5
55,309
55,309
31
71,994
182,765

28,270
28,270
4,934
22,403
2
200
200
485
63,174
119,468

28,368
28,368
5,059
15,124
2
200
200
485
59,407
108,645

29,213
29,213
5,180
15,512
2
200
200
496
60,331
110,934

29,214
29,214
5,235
15,911
2
200
200
496
61,276
112,334

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
Mental Hygiene, Department of
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

21,222
9,351
11,871
310,512
76,696
233,816
345
373,896
(6,620)
380,516
166
706,141

20,751
9,119
11,632
291,807
53,320
238,487
411
360,822
34,725
326,097
217
674,008

18,462
8,196
10,266
286,793
78,859
207,934
0
362,979
176
362,803
251
668,485

18,665
8,466
10,199
313,784
81,902
231,882
0
376,415
181
376,234
255
709,119

19,195
8,719
10,476
332,820
81,544
251,276
0
387,109
181
386,928
261
739,385

19,711
8,961
10,750
334,595
81,854
252,741
0
397,249
181
397,068
268
751,823

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

1,055
6,901
2,701
25,016
5,600
31,745
5,092
19,579
760
98,449

1,350
12,715
1,023
67
5,178
21,160
10,042
62,201
1,029
114,765

1,345
18,710
33,184
290
4,632
40,670
41,787
0
916
141,534

1,442
15,213
21,337
349
4,502
30,371
40,630
0
931
114,775

1,437
15,217
17,409
357
4,502
30,436
41,849
0
948
112,155

1,432
15,222
17,998
365
4,502
30,446
43,104
0
965
114,034

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund

31,367
34
30,778
1,876

33,794
169
32,957
3,197

27,942
1,003
38,814
0

28,641
1,003
39,755
0

29,357
1,003
40,729
0

30,091
1,003
41,763
0

T-144

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)

State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Public Employment Relations Board
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS SPENDING

FY 2011
Results
1,371,819
1,435,874

FY 2012
Results
1,865,841
1,935,958

FY 2013
Updated
2,008,817
2,076,576

FY 2014
Projected
2,201,625
2,271,024

FY 2015
Projected
2,253,442
2,324,531

FY 2016
Projected
2,305,371
2,378,228

25,468
25,468
25,468

27,255
27,255
27,255

25,691
25,691
25,691

25,471
25,471
25,471

25,931
25,931
25,931

26,267
26,267
26,267

5,356
731
62
90
0
4,519
70
92
131,898
83
6,021
24,397
173,319

5,469
491
63
4,249
0
7,374
17
23
120,208
76
8,555
24,037
170,562

4,440
811
189
165
56
4,381
87
300
136,571
39
11,710
28,601
187,350

9,260
1,111
194
0
58
4,509
87
300
130,168
43
11,516
29,302
186,548

10,040
1,211
199
0
58
4,665
87
300
133,585
43
11,737
29,982
191,907

10,102
1,211
199
0
58
4,759
87
300
133,585
43
11,748
29,982
192,074

313
18,022
35,828
796
54,959

4,312
40,402
39,379
1,139
85,232

5,069
48,650
39,212
950
93,881

6,485
48,650
39,375
950
95,460

6,643
48,650
40,293
950
96,536

6,804
48,950
41,239
950
97,943

1,145
1,145

1,255
1,255

(134,880)
(134,880)

(94,522)
(94,522)

(167,997)
(167,997)

(132,822)
(132,822)

3,080,458

3,646,121

T-145

3,612,567

3,888,953

3,906,535

4,009,206

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Racing and Wagering Board, State
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

4,749
4,125
21
1,406
66,829
20,299
3,517
100,946

1,340
3,572
0
2,342
78,607
18,738
2,283
106,882

1,590
4,230
28
1,638
66,930
20,935
3,054
98,405

1,720
4,491
28
1,758
66,986
24,284
3,287
102,554

1,882
4,761
28
1,758
68,236
26,488
3,512
106,665

1,999
5,004
28
1,758
69,800
28,678
3,512
110,779

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

37,838
2,268
2,627
42,733

34,802
2,389
655
37,846

36,896
0
3,691
40,587

35,879
0
3,830
39,709

36,705
0
3,893
40,598

37,571
0
3,938
41,509

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

27,440
403
27,843

24,762
10,781
35,543

24,999
4,951
29,950

28,079
5,394
33,473

30,196
5,790
35,986

32,298
6,196
38,494

HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

33,594
33,594
94
318
34,006

31,976
31,976
26
232
32,234

42,219
42,219
0
0
42,219

46,360
46,360
0
0
46,360

47,685
47,685
0
0
47,685

49,298
49,298
0
0
49,298

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

2,325
2,325
16,197
15,601
1,449
1,449
56
43,152
78,780

1,681
1,681
15,130
15,023
884
884
46
41,151
73,915

2,516
2,516
16,501
14,447
0
0
221
45,231
78,916

2,620
2,620
17,530
15,328
0
0
221
49,193
84,892

2,652
2,652
18,670
16,535
0
0
222
52,898
90,977

2,693
2,693
19,581
17,665
0
0
224
56,581
96,744

28,405
12,170
16,235
559,405
198,061
361,344
579,990
0
579,990
1,017
1,168,817

28,073
12,086
15,987
530,084
121,294
408,790
521,119
103,992
417,127
1,076
1,080,352

28,141
12,397
15,744
575,056
138,921
436,135
595,527
0
595,527
1,187
1,199,911

30,184
13,297
16,887
614,201
160,344
453,857
647,854
0
647,854
1,270
1,293,509

33,096
14,579
18,517
672,032
177,298
494,734
699,253
0
699,253
1,375
1,405,756

36,551
16,099
20,452
740,872
192,582
548,290
768,760
0
768,760
1,481
1,547,664

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

0
86
196
0
583
20,735
1
598
888
23,087

0
61
0
83
546
18,994
0
120
1,817
21,621

42
195
709
285
250
21,282
0
0
1,777
24,540

45
208
707
437
250
24,073
0
0
1,887
27,607

48
226
707
464
250
25,230
0
0
2,000
28,925

51
242
707
489
250
26,230
0
0
2,102
30,071

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education - Miscellaneous
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University Construction Fund
State University of New York
Functional Total

6,400
115
14,829
4,477
319,122
344,943

6,355
73
12,780
5,816
356,696
381,720

6,152
99
15,131
0
377,667
399,049

6,337
99
16,363
0
396,023
418,822

6,527
99
17,337
0
415,884
439,847

6,723
99
18,223
0
436,702
461,747

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
OMH - Other
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

T-146

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

27,881
27,881
27,881

28,700
28,700
28,700

29,862
29,862
29,862

32,319
32,319
32,319

34,763
34,763
34,763

36,844
36,844
36,844

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
General Services, Office of
Lottery, Division of the
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Functional Total

1,744
219
162
1,290
9,955
9,186
23,256
45,812

2,081
241
164
1,495
9,822
7,368
11,633
32,804

2,297
168
191
1,901
11,743
8,898
21,522
46,720

2,650
168
208
2,002
13,879
9,704
22,820
51,431

2,874
172
225
2,144
13,978
10,595
23,047
53,035

3,094
176
225
2,284
13,978
10,844
23,047
53,648

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total

1,382
9,343
7,884
18,609

2,689
29,257
8,163
40,109

2,061
24,498
14,030
40,589

1,522
24,498
15,103
41,123

1,633
24,598
16,293
42,524

1,744
25,098
17,381
44,223

1,067
1,067

1,140
1,140

1,389
1,389

1,527
1,527

1,660
1,660

1,783
1,783

1,914,524

1,872,866

2,032,137

2,173,326

2,328,421

2,512,804

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

T-147

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Economic Development, Department of
Functional Total
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

0
0

2,908
2,908

6,100
6,100

6,100
6,100

100
100

100
100

2,034
2,034

3,638
3,638

1,270
1,270

1,270
1,270

1,270
1,270

1,270
1,270

15,734
40,442
56,176

18,475
31,448
49,923

14,800
40,103
54,903

14,800
40,103
54,903

14,800
40,103
54,903

14,800
40,103
54,903

105,584
28,861,695
27,224,374
417,899
1,219,422
28,967,279

106,192
26,199,265
24,478,353
443,084
1,277,828
26,305,457

92,769
25,434,189
23,641,548
591,750
1,200,891
25,526,958

92,769
27,425,523
25,594,042
599,150
1,232,331
27,518,292

92,769
31,428,156
29,587,198
574,450
1,266,508
31,520,925

92,769
34,048,832
32,151,938
514,950
1,381,944
34,141,601

1,039,761
1,039,761
171,324
184,558
3,654,062
2,673,849
980,213
5,049,705

1,166,421
1,166,421
272,339
161,018
3,496,271
2,520,426
975,845
5,096,049

1,001,800
1,001,800
51,337
188,520
3,520,870
2,635,770
885,100
4,762,527

1,001,800
1,001,800
51,337
179,047
3,298,030
2,412,930
885,100
4,530,214

1,001,800
1,001,800
51,337
179,047
3,298,030
2,412,930
885,100
4,530,214

1,001,800
1,001,800
51,337
179,047
3,298,030
2,412,930
885,100
4,530,214

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Functional Total

146,803
146,803
81,244
81,244
4,279
4,279
232,326

122,690
122,690
47,523
47,523
(4,279)
(4,279)
165,934

126,842
126,842
50,930
50,930
0
0
177,772

126,842
126,842
50,930
50,930
0
0
177,772

126,842
126,842
50,930
50,930
0
0
177,772

126,842
126,842
50,930
50,930
0
0
177,772

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

238
36,971
308,771
166
33,375
379,521

547
37,363
408,619
(192)
39,595
485,932

0
37,939
374,771
0
30,128
442,838

0
18,800
378,771
0
30,128
427,699

0
18,800
378,771
0
30,128
427,699

0
18,800
378,771
0
30,128
427,699

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

32,779
59,049
89,476
181,304

0
521
10,041
10,562

0
0
7,941
7,941

0
0
7,941
7,941

0
0
7,941
7,941

0
0
7,941
7,941

845
5,904,506
4,639,423
1,235,197
29,886
5,905,351

1,711
4,726,296
3,559,176
1,111,348
55,772
4,728,007

420
3,895,068
3,005,981
773,600
115,487
3,895,488

420
3,900,198
2,855,200
789,300
255,698
3,900,618

420
3,810,141
2,799,100
805,300
205,741
3,810,561

420
3,759,140
2,869,100
821,700
68,340
3,759,560

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Functional Total

25,231
0
105,534
130,765

8,910
0
63,698
72,608

2,600
250
55,457
58,307

0
250
55,457
55,707

0
250
55,457
55,707

0
250
55,457
55,707

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

(297,176)
(297,176)

(273,064)
(273,064)

(281,000)
(281,000)

(281,000)
(281,000)

(281,000)
(281,000)

(281,000)
(281,000)

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

40,607,285

T-148

36,647,954

34,653,104

36,399,516

40,306,092

42,875,767

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

2,295
0
1,488
3,783

2,948
271
1,318
4,537

2,198
0
1,530
3,728

2,242
0
1,540
3,782

2,298
0
1,438
3,736

2,311
0
1,467
3,778

24,693
1,187
25,880

25,095
1,027
26,122

25,104
1,010
26,114

25,201
1,015
26,216

25,642
1,037
26,679

26,087
1,053
27,140

1,319
4,457
5,776

1,200
3,912
5,112

1,243
5,042
6,285

1,260
5,152
6,412

1,292
5,264
6,556

1,328
5,387
6,715

6,682
56,699
56,699
20,811
84,192

6,047
51,547
51,547
19,739
77,333

7,031
54,374
54,374
18,379
79,784

7,041
54,468
54,468
18,850
80,359

7,170
55,457
55,457
19,717
82,344

7,316
56,593
56,593
20,179
84,088

27,653
27,653
8,658
1,754
217,095
357
(10)
104,177
104,177
359,684

26,067
26,067
7,533
2,741
211,085
382
23
102,745
102,745
350,576

29,082
29,082
5,031
2,730
196,275
354
0
83,446
83,446
316,918

27,565
27,565
5,098
2,739
186,275
358
0
84,445
84,445
306,480

28,376
28,376
5,300
2,831
190,317
362
3
86,895
86,895
314,084

28,984
28,984
5,592
2,929
195,113
362
8
89,587
89,587
322,575

3,951
3,951
1,190
107
107
42
42
1,582
6,872

4,886
4,886
980
855
855
123
123
1,328
8,172

5,477
5,477
1,197
578
578
116
116
1,590
8,958

5,525
5,525
1,211
584
584
116
116
1,711
9,147

5,076
5,076
1,230
584
584
116
116
1,753
8,759

5,127
5,127
1,253
584
584
116
116
1,800
8,880

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

28,855
10,421
6,250
22,424
8,065
1,189
77,204

2,425
9,710
7,998
22,012
9,612
1,289
53,046

44,812
8,634
6,251
22,146
5,100
1,500
88,443

26,677
5,253
6,271
22,335
5,150
1,515
67,201

26,970
5,397
6,371
22,455
5,200
1,578
67,971

27,029
5,560
6,490
22,666
5,200
1,657
68,602

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

160
9,319
9,479

139
8,350
8,489

836
7,229
8,065

836
7,229
8,065

836
7,229
8,065

836
7,229
8,065

85,866
85,866
85,866

77,898
77,898
77,898

83,393
83,393
83,393

83,707
83,707
83,707

84,490
84,490
84,490

84,503
84,503
84,503

169
3,401
2
662
4,234

40
3,104
0
421
3,565

0
3,508
0
757
4,265

0
3,561
0
767
4,328

0
3,663
0
782
4,445

0
3,731
0
796
4,527

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

T-149

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

1,855
17,526
19,381

1,899
16,688
18,587

0
19,474
19,474

0
19,689
19,689

0
20,027
20,027

0
20,396
20,396

682,351

633,437

645,427

615,386

627,156

639,269

T-150

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Functional Total

9,890
0
102
138
10,130

8,868
0
730
178
9,776

9,504
245
0
262
10,011

9,505
245
0
291
10,041

9,733
245
0
283
10,261

9,733
245
0
283
10,261

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

81
22,041
2,028
24,150

55
23,815
2,700
26,570

350
16,756
1,085
18,191

350
16,756
1,085
18,191

350
16,756
1,110
18,216

350
16,756
1,110
18,216

1,975
2,463
4,438

2,146
2,604
4,750

2,557
2,546
5,103

2,607
2,610
5,217

2,670
2,675
5,345

2,733
2,745
5,478

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total

1,469
145,799
145,799
9,043
156,311

1,250
181,221
181,221
7,043
189,514

1,018
166,821
166,821
12,329
180,168

1,018
166,828
166,828
12,330
180,176

1,018
166,884
166,884
12,703
180,605

1,018
166,945
166,945
12,729
180,692

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

55,455
55,455
1,810
2,173
144,924
23,993
57,968
57,968
4,707
291,030

61,794
61,794
1,813
2,521
115,134
20,892
66,578
66,578
4,510
273,242

61,226
61,226
2,227
1,512
120,142
13,646
65,182
65,182
3,532
267,467

61,226
61,226
2,305
1,513
114,768
13,646
65,251
65,251
3,624
262,333

62,765
62,765
2,381
1,555
114,844
13,860
65,316
65,316
3,624
264,345

62,776
62,776
2,420
1,598
114,935
13,860
66,994
66,994
3,624
266,207

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

1,378
1,378
1,704
464
464
8,264
8,264
4,238
16,048

1,564
1,564
1,593
638
638
1,882
1,882
4,359
10,036

1,678
1,678
2,468
149
149
33,490
33,490
5,191
42,976

1,620
1,620
2,340
153
153
34,361
34,361
4,705
43,179

1,642
1,642
2,259
153
153
34,361
34,361
4,819
43,234

1,680
1,680
2,188
153
153
34,361
34,361
4,947
43,329

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

790
8,431
6,812
13,083
14,358
364
43,838

908
8,499
13,748
11,617
11,068
366
46,206

1,242
8,752
6,812
12,254
2,500
502
32,062

1,277
6,502
6,812
12,254
2,500
502
29,847

1,311
6,503
6,812
12,254
2,500
502
29,882

1,311
6,504
6,812
12,254
2,500
502
29,883

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

7,801
309,880
317,681

4,222
293,655
297,877

5,797
227,631
233,428

5,797
227,631
233,428

5,797
227,631
233,428

5,797
227,631
233,428

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

0
65,439
65,439
65,439

0
65,623
65,623
65,623

100
105,752
105,752
105,852

100
192,126
192,126
192,226

100
170,040
170,040
170,140

100
62,617
62,617
62,717

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
State, Department of

62,087
7,277
1,043

(1,148)
6,249
807

8,000
4,987
3,898

22,000
4,987
3,988

0
4,987
4,080

0
4,987
4,080

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

T-151

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)

Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total
TOTAL NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS SPENDING

FY 2011
Results
140
4,354
206
75,107

FY 2012
Results
676
0
142
6,726

FY 2013
Updated
210
0
553
17,648

FY 2014
Projected
215
0
565
31,755

FY 2015
Projected
220
0
578
9,865

FY 2016
Projected
220
0
592
9,879

3,918
5,647
9,565

4,806
8,522
13,328

7,500
8,127
15,627

7,500
8,288
15,788

7,500
8,372
15,872

7,500
8,659
16,159

1,013,737

943,648

928,533

1,022,181

981,193

876,249

T-152

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Functional Total

1,000
0
586
1,586

1,082
134
812
2,028

1,102
0
768
1,870

1,207
0
829
2,036

1,301
0
814
2,115

1,365
0
832
2,197

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

9,544
92
9,636

12,388
0
12,388

10,079
508
10,587

10,141
511
10,652

10,392
621
11,013

10,671
630
11,301

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

518
2,116
2,634

477
2,291
2,768

623
2,529
3,152

679
2,773
3,452

732
2,970
3,702

784
3,169
3,953

0
26,855
26,855
8,905
35,760

0
23,931
23,931
8,771
32,702

235
23,006
23,006
10,738
33,979

235
23,056
23,056
10,749
34,040

235
23,620
23,620
10,980
34,835

235
24,316
24,316
11,264
35,815

9,890
9,890
3,652
1,047
91,806
46,002
46,002
152,397

10,804
10,804
3,583
49
93,601
42,357
42,357
150,394

9,913
9,913
2,689
1,969
98,449
44,123
44,123
157,143

8,931
8,931
2,937
2,075
100,284
44,463
44,463
158,690

9,236
9,236
3,199
2,203
107,750
44,973
44,973
167,361

9,608
9,608
3,146
2,330
115,244
44,973
44,973
175,301

14
14
0
505
505
19
19
675
1,213

0
0
1,335
306
306
47
47
632
2,320

2,754
2,754
535
290
290
70
70
788
4,437

2,922
2,922
649
315
315
74
74
906
4,866

2,832
2,832
711
331
331
74
74
982
4,930

2,990
2,990
758
345
345
74
74
1,055
5,222

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correctional Services, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

757
166
2,916
7,645
594
0
12,078

1,120
314
3,896
5,475
378
0
11,183

1,448
200
2,916
6,499
0
326
11,389

1,431
201
2,916
6,499
0
326
11,373

1,433
219
2,916
6,499
0
326
11,393

1,433
240
2,916
6,499
0
326
11,414

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

56
76
132

14
54
68

419
51
470

419
51
470

419
51
470

419
51
470

34,830
34,830
34,830

38,931
38,931
38,931

42,243
42,243
42,243

45,024
45,024
45,024

47,663
47,663
47,663

49,917
49,917
49,917

0
1,100
0
431
1,531

126
1,613
1
233
1,973

0
2,313
0
350
2,663

0
2,486
0
350
2,836

0
2,693
0
350
3,043

0
2,734
0
350
3,084

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Labor, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

T-153

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2011
Results

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total
TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Updated

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

19
7,778
7,797

79
7,165
7,244

0
8,608
8,608

0
8,608
8,608

0
8,799
8,799

0
9,025
9,025

259,594

261,999

276,541

282,047

295,324

307,699

T-154

General Fund Transfers From Other Funds
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Results

Updated

Projected

Projected

Projected

RBTF - Dedicated PIT in excess of Debt Service

8,096,543

8,250,407

8,798,367

8,948,461

9,127,010

LGAC - Dedicated Sales Tax in excess of Debt Service

2,395,720

2,429,764

2,559,963

2,689,318

2,815,880

387,197

469,073

524,518

600,587

675,630

1,043,948

1,038,595

865,525

773,810

763,850

-

-

-

Sending Agency

CAS Fund /
Account

SFS Fund /
Account

Account Name

CWCA - Real Estate Transfer Tax in excess of Debt Service
Total All Other Transfers
CQCAPD

020.D1

020.20162

Disab Tech Asst

SED OTH

050.01

050.20451

Tuition Reimb

SED OTH

050.02

050.20452

SED OTH

052.01

DOCCS

059.01

DOT

-

130
23

23

23

23

23

Prop Vocational Sch

297

297

297

297

297

052.20501

Local Govt Record

782

782

782

782

782

059.20751

Alcohol&Substance

19

-

-

-

-

169.33

169.60617

Medicaid Recov

1

-

-

-

-

DOT

225.01

225.23651

Mobility Tax Trust

2,548

-

-

-

-

GSC

225.01

225.23651

Mobility Tax Trust

3,676

-

-

-

-

AGRIC & MARKETS

261.00

261.25000

Fed USDA/FNS

-

450

450

450

450
30,000

TADA OTH

261.00

261.25000

Fed USDA/FNS

-

30,000

30,000

30,000

AGRIC & MARKETS

265.00

265.25100

Federal HHS

-

50

50

50

50

TADA OTH

265.00

265.25100

Federal HHS

22,687

163,600

153,600

91,600

91,600

28,670

28,670

28,670

28,670

171

13

20

OCFS

265.00

265.25100

Federal HHS

2,500

OMH

265.00

265.25100

Federal HHS

-

OTDA

265.FS

265.251FS

OCFS
OMH

267.00

267.25200

Federal Stimulus
Fed Education

290.00

290.25300

Fed Oper Grant

ENCON

301.48

301.21053

Waste Tire Mgt/Recycle

ENCON

301.49

301.21054

ENCON

301.BJ

ENCON
ENCON

18,313

6

-

-

-

-

-

900

900

900

900

853

-

-

-

-

5,946

5,946

5,946

-

Oil & Gas Acct

48

48

48

48

48

301.21060

Indirect Charge

523

523

523

523

523

301.S4

301.21080

Encon Magazine

301.XB

301.21084

Mined Land Reclamation

ENCON

303.03

303.21203

Oil Spill - DEC

LABOR

305.01

305.21251

OSH Trng & Educ

LABOR

305.02

305.21252

OSHA Inspection

2,087

-

131

131

131

131

131

1,617

1,700

1,700

1,700

1,700

-

574

574

574

574

2,366

866

866

866

866

2,188

2,188

2,188

2,188

OCFS

307.01

307.21351

Equip Loan Fund

7

7

7

7

7

ENCON

312.00

312.31500

Hazardous Waste

34,297

28,750

28,750

28,750

28,750

DOT

313.02

313.21402

Metro Mass Tran

10,000

-

-

-

-

DOT

313.06

313.21404

Add Mass Trans

1

-

-

-

DMV

314.02

314.21452

Mobile Source

-

DOH

339.03

339.21902

SPARCS

885

-

30

30

30

30

885

885

885

885

OPWDD

339.05

339.21903

OPWDD Provider

-

6,189

6,189

-

-

DOS

339.07

339.21904

Fire Prev/Code

14,084

14,810

14,810

14,810

14,810

MENTAL HYGIENE

339.10

339.21907

Mental Hygiene

371,639

-

MENTAL HYGIENE

339.13

339.21909

M H Patient Inc

DOH

339.26

339.21920

Cert of Need

DOH

339.28

339.21922

Retir Community

2

2

2

2

2

LABOR

339.30

339.21923

DOL Fee Penalty

12,372

8,372

8,372

8,372

8,372

PARKS

339.39

339.21930

I Love NY Water

DOT

339.42

339.21933

Transportation Surplus Property

DOH

339.44

339.21934

OTDA

339.48

339.21938

Hosp & Nurs Mgt
ODTA Training Contract

OTDA

339.50

339.21940

OASAS

339.51

339.21941

2,307

-

-

-

42,597

-

-

-

7,417

1,086

1,086

1,086

1,086

64

64

64

64

64

2,503

803

803

803

803

-

376

376

376

376

-

1,010

-

-

-

ODTA Training Mgmt

-

65

-

-

-

Methadone Registry Services

-

242

248

254

260

HSES

339.61

339.21944

Radiology

DCJS

339.62

339.21945

Criminal Justice Improvement

DOS

339.72

339.21953

NY Fire Academy

DOH

339.81

339.21959

Envir.Lab.Fee

OCFS

339.88

339.21961

Train Mgmt Evaluation

DOH

339.95

339.21965

SED OTH

339.A4

BANKING/DFR

1,350

1,350

1,350

1,350

1,350

22,052

26,852

22,000

19,000

19,000

-

247

247

247

247

183

183

183

183

183

488

488

488

488

488

Radio Hlth Protect

216

216

216

216

216

339.21969

Teacher Certif

693

861

861

861

861

339.A5

339.21970

2,413

2,413

2,413

2,413

2,413

DED

339.A7

339.21972

Banking Dept
Econ Devel Asst

-

-

-

-

DMV

339.AE

339.21976

Motorcycle Safety

DOS

339.AG

339.21977

Business Licens

DOH

339.AP

339.21982

OTDA

339.AX

339.21988

Administration
Child Support Revenue

DOH

339.B4

339.21993

Radon Detct Dev

DOS

339.B8

339.21996

Fire Protection

92
5

6

6

6

6

40,546

38,160

35,910

35,910

35,910

5,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

75

-

2

2

2

2

2

13

13

13

13

13

LABOR

339.BA

339.21998

Public Work Enforce

2,930

2,930

2,930

2,930

2,930

RACING

339.BJ

339.22003

Bell Jar Collection

123

202

202

202

202

TAX

339.BK

339.22004

Ind & Util Service

441

441

441

441

441

DOS

339.CM

339.22021

Reg Manufactured Housing

-

100

100

100

100

T-155

General Fund Transfers From Other Funds
(thousands of dollars)

Sending Agency

CAS Fund /
Account

SFS Fund /
Account

FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Account Name

Results

Updated

Projected

Projected

Projected

28,554

DOB

339.CR

339.22024

DOCCS

339.CT

339.22026

Reven Arrearage
Cell Phone Tower

DOCCS

339.CU

339.22027

Spec Conserv

OCFS

339.CY

339.22028

Central Registry

TAX

339.DC

339.22034

OPWDD

339.DH

339.22038

Investment Services
OMRDD Day Services

ECON DEV

339.DO

339.22042

DED Marketing

DOS

339.DQ

339.22044

Tug Hill Admin

SED OTH

339.E3

339.22051

Professional Education Serv

CQCAPD
OASAS

339.EC

339.22056

339.EJ

339.22060

Fedl Salary Sharing
Credential Services

22,554

22,554

22,554

22,554

900

-

-

-

-

109

-

-

-

-

4,822

4,822

4,822

4,822

1,439
-

541

541

541

541

-

40,000

40,000

40,000

40,000

1,631

131

131

131

131

10

10

10

10

10

2,777

2,777

2,777

2,777

2,777

62
-

62

62

62

959

987

1,013

1,566

1,566

1,566

1,566

-

-

-

CIV SVC

339.ER

339.22065

Exam & Misc Rev

DOB

339.FL

339.22073

Fed Liability

DOH

339.FP

339.22075

Funeral

TAX

339.G3

339.22078

DOT

339.G7

339.22079

Local Services
Accident Damage Recov

1,800

-

-

-

TADA

339.GA

339.22080

Adult Shelter

5,000

-

-

-

-

DMV

339.H7

339.22087

14,018

15,368

15,368

15,368

15,368

DOH

339.H9

339.22088

DMV-Compulsory
Professional Medical Conduct

3,000

-

-

-

-

DOH

339.HQ

339.22091

Adlt Hme Qlty Enhance

DMV

339.IC

339.22094

Accid Prevent Course

DOH
DHCR

339.J1

339.22097

339.J5

339.22100

Local Public Hlth
Housing Credit Agency

DOH

339.J6

339.22101

EPIC Premium Acct

102,625

54,000

-

-

-

DOH

339.JA

339.22103

2,252

2,252

2,252

2,252

2,252

HLTH MEDICAL

339.JB

339.22104

Vital Records Mgmt
CHCCDP Transfer

24,373

-

-

-

-

OCFS

339.K1

339.22108

Hwy Rev/Social Security Admin

DOH

339.L2

339.22110

OTDA

339.L7

339.22112

Asst Living Res Quality
OTDA Income

HSES

339.LZ

339.22123

DHCR

339.NG

339.22130

Pub Safe Commun
Low Inc Housing

ECON DEV

339.P4

339.22133

Procure Opportunity News

1,566

62
935

-

50
8

8

8

8

8

26

26

26

26

26
-

21

21

21

21

21

606

606

606

606

606

1,005
100

5
-

5
-

5
-

5
-

50

50

50

50

9

9

9

9

50
9

-

1,348

-

-

-

20,000

-

20,000

-

-

100

-

-

-

-

100

100

100

100

100

ABO

339.PO

339.22138

Auth Budget Office

39

39

39

39

39

DOH

339.PS

339.22139

Patient Safety

73

73

73

73

73

DOH

339.Q3

339.22141

NYC Veterans

1,074

-

-

-

-

DOH

339.Q4

339.22142

NYS Home-Vetera

763

-

-

-

-

DOH

339.Q5

339.22143

WNY Vets Home

432

-

-

-

-

DOH

339.Q6

339.22144

Montrose S V H

2,731

-

-

-

-

AG&MKTS

339.R4

339.22149

Motor Fuel Quality

200

200

200

200

249

AG&MKTS

339.R5

339.22150

Weights Measure

-

30

30

30

30

DOB

339.ST

339.22162

Systems & Technology

1,833

833

833

833

833

5,402

-

-

709

903

PARKS

339.T2

339.22163

Parks&Recreation Patron Services

SED OTH

339.TM

339.22166

Teacher Education Accreditation

TSCR

339.TS

339.22169

TSCR Account

PUB SVC

339.US

339.22172

Undrgrnd Safety Training

AG&MKTS

339.XX

339.219XX

A&M-Aggregated

14

21

21

21

21

42,975

104,011

104,011

104,011

104,011

175

175

175

175

175

89

139

139

139

139
111,534

OCFS

339.YF

339.22186

Yth Fac PerDiem

101,950

152,416

138,746

121,672

OGS

339.YL

339.219YL

OGS Bldg Admin

480

1,000

1,000

1,000

1,000

OGS

339.YN

339.219YN

OGS Standards & Purchase Acct

4,489

3,000

3,000

3,000

3,000

OMH

343.00

343.55100

Mental Hygiene

58

80

53

28

SUNY

345.10

345.22653

SUNY General IFR

22,000

38,000

26,000

26,000

26,000

43,136

41,130

40,993

-

SUNY

345.22

345.22656

SUNY Hospitals Debt Service

39,211

40,993

OASAS

346.00

346.22700

Subst Abuse Srv

-

200

-

-

-

DOS

349.01

349.22751

Lake George Park

197

197

197

197

197

MH & MR Community
MVTIFA

OMH

353.00

353.50500

DCJS

354.01

354.22801

2,700

DSP

354.02

354.22802

Motor Vehicle Enforcement

ENCON

355.01

355.22851

Great Lakes Protection

SED OTH

365.01

365.23051

Vocatl Rehabil

ORDA

385.01

385.23501

Lake Placid Train

OILS

390.01

390.23551

Indigent Legal

LABOR

482.01

482.23601

UI Special Interest & Penalty

-

32
-

21
-

12
-

100,800

100,800

100,800

100,800

60

60

60

60

-

32

32

32

32

-

23

23

23

23

60

T-156

23
-

-

3,000

-

-

-

6,711

6,711

3,211

3,211

3,211

11,923,408

12,187,839

12,748,373

13,012,176

13,382,370

General Fund Transfers To Other Funds
(thousands of dollars)

Receiving Agency

CAS Fund/
Account

SFS Fund /
Account

Account Name

Total Transfers to Debt Service Funds
Total Transfers to Capital Projects Funds
Total Transfers to State Share Medicaid
Total All Other Transfers

FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

Results

Updated

Projected

Projected

Projected

1,515,793

1,564,121

1,616,995

1,514,261

1,487,854

798,402

1,055,463

1,287,334

1,403,451

1,299,269

2,722,478

2,974,705

2,766,677

2,621,206

2,521,206

819,074

1,442,523

2,983,874

3,996,542

4,494,771

91,697

72,883

71,856

70,877
622

FPADJ

020.00

020.20100

Combined Expendable Trust

-

OCFS

020.78

020.20128

WB Hoyt Memoria

622

622

622

622

DOH

020.AA

020.20143

Alzheimers Disease Assist

284

250

250

250

250

DOH

020.BD

020.20155

Breast Cancer Res & Educ

504

650

650

650

650

Prostate Cancer
Charter School Stimulus

DOH

020.PR

020.20183

SED

054.01

054.20601

207

150

150

150

150

4,837

4,837

-

-

SED GSPS

160.20901

SED GSPS

160.03
160.06

-

52,624

19,000

-

-

-

160.20904

Lottery - Education
VLT - Education

2,258

-

-

-

DOT

225.01

225.23651

Mobility Tax Trust

22,401

MENTAL HYGIENE

304.00

304.40100

Mental Health

399

-

OMH

265.00

265.25100

Federal HHS

-

-

OMH
ENCON

267.00
301.S5

267.25200

-

301.21081

Fed Education
Environment Enf

ENCON

302.00

302.21150

Conservation

DOT

313.01

313.21401

279,440

331,690
-

-

333,750
91,542

13

333,750
-

36

36

1

-

-

-

5,590

261

-

-

-

3,853

180

-

-

-

Pub Tran Systms

12,000

12,000

12,000

12,000

12,000

46,959

19,100

19,100

19,100

19,100

4,051

1,000

1,000

1,000

1,000

20,672

16,079

16,079

16,079

16,079

DOT

313.02

313.21402

Metro Mass Tran

DHCR

316.00

316.40250

Housing Debt

DOH
OGS

319.00

319.40300

DOH Income Fund

323.ZX

323.550ZX

OGS Exec Direct

25,068

-

-

-

-

TAX

334.12

334.55057

Banking Service

70,201

57,476

65,481

65,481

65,481
10,000

OFT

334.30

334.55069

Cent Tech Svcs.

-

22,000

52,000

20,000

OPWDD

339.05

339.21903

OPWDD Provider

-

-

-

1,476

1,476

MENTAL HYGIENE

339.10

339.21907

Mental Hygiene

-

-

491,983

867,666

1,185,358

MENTAL HYGIENE

339.13

339.21909

-

331,964

887,860

1,161,315

339.AW

339.21987

M H Patient Inc
Spinal Injury

-

DOH

1,575

-

-

-

-

DCJS

339.CA

339.22015

Crimes Against

6,000

16,000

16,000

16,000

16,000

SED OTH

339.D9

339.22032

Batavia School

ABC

339.DB

339.22033

Alcohol Beverag

SED OTH

339.E6

339.22053

Rome School

1,100

900

900

900

900

FMS
DMV

339.FM
339.GE

339.22074

36,000

48,000

55,200

55,200

55,200

339.22084

SFS Account
Federal-Seized

12

-

-

-

DOH

339.QC

339.22147

Quality of Care

1,500

2,500

-

-

-

SCI

339.SR

339.22161

ES Stem Cell Trust

-

-

13,673

11,373

-

DM & NA

339.U2

339.22171

Recruitment Inc

-

2,087

2,087

2,087

2,087

JUDICIAR

340.AA

340.22501

CFIA Undistrib

106,000

107,100

108,100

109,000

OMH

343.00

343.55100

Mental Hygiene

SUNY

345.22654

S U Inc Offset

SUNY

345.11
345.12

345.22655

SUNY - University Operations

SUNY

345.22

345.22656

SUNY - Disproportionate Share

SUNY

345.22656

SUNY

345.22
345.31

345.22657

SUNY - Hospital Operations
SUNY Stabilization

OMH

353.00

353.50500

MH & MR Community

JUDICIAR

368.01

368.23151

NYCCC Operat Offset

ILS

390.01

390.23551

Indigent Legal

CIV SVC

396.00

396.55300

Health Ins Intrnl Service

CIV SVC

396.01

396.55301

CS EBD Admin Reim

DOCCS

397.00

397.55350

Corr Industries

810

900

900

900

900

15,672

17,373

18,951

19,851

19,851

-

114,276
8,318
-

-

-

-

8,318

8,318

8,318

8,318

340,350

982,566

1,002,081

1,022,057

224,720

228,175

228,175

228,175

228,175

60,000

80,817

87,756

87,756

87,756

10,455

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

17

8,594

8,700

8,800

8,700

8,800

40,276

40,000

40,000

40,000

40,000

7,748

7,843

7,843

7,843

7,843

240

240

240

240

9,500

9,500

9,500

9,500

9,500

5,855,747

7,036,812

8,654,880

9,535,460

9,803,100

-

T-157

48

T-158
0
0

Closing fund balance

42,771
(37,353)
0
5,418

Other financing sources (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
Net other financing sources (uses)

Change in fund balance

39,621
8,005
4,499
0
0
52,125

43,293
3,354
60
46,707

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
Federal grants
Total receipts

Disbursements:
Grants to local governments
State operations
General State charges
Debt service
Capital projects
Total disbursements

0

Opening fund balance

General
Fund

1,131

0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

1,131

Tax
Stabilization
Reserve Fund

21

0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

21

Contingency
Reserve Fund

57

(45)

2
0
0
2

47
0
0
0
0
47

0
0
0
0

102

Community
Projects
Fund

CASH COMBINING STATEMENT
GENERAL FUND
FY 2013
(millions of dollars)

175

0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

175

Rainy Day
Reserve Fund

77

(268)

77
(345)
0
(268)

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

345

Refund
Reserve

13

0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

13

Debt
Reduction
Reserve Fund

0

0

(30,662)
30,662
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0

Eliminations

1,474
.

(313)

12,188
(7,036)
0
5,152

39,668
8,005
4,499
0
0
52,172

43,293
3,354
60
46,707

1,787

Total

T-159

140

Total Disbursements

21,556

Total Disbursements

Closing Fund Balance

Change in Fund Balance
20,527

1,760

0

0
21,556
0
0
0

Disbursements:
Grants to Local Governments
State Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects

Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

23,316

Total Receipts

0
0
0

0
22,666
650

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond & Note Proceeds

18,767

92,313

38,555

279,440

279,440
0
0

1,741,575

1,741,575
0
0
0
0

1,500,690

1,310,000
190,690
0

53,758

225

221

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

65,502

5,638

93,239

93,369
(130)
0

16,016

5,007
5,127
882
0
5,000

(71,585)

0
(71,585)
0

59,864

020

2,173

0

Opening Fund Balance

Closing Fund Balance

Change in Fund Balance

0

0
140
0
0
0

Disbursements:
Grants to Local Governments
State Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects

Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

140

Total Receipts

0
0
0

0
140
0

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond & Note Proceeds

2,173

Opening Fund Balance

019

(1,571)

0

(31,666)

0
(31,666)
0

1,949,324

1,876,150
63,149
10,025
0
0

1,980,990

0
98,900
1,882,090

(1,571)

261

6,395

(1,218)

0

0
0
0

8,718

7,000
1,336
382
0
0

7,500

0
7,500
0

7,613

023

(146,454)

1,000

(3,924,307)

0
(3,924,307)
0

29,497,731

28,921,417
487,486
88,828
0
0

33,423,038

0
49,463
33,373,575

(147,454)

265

127

6

293

300
(7)
0

577

0
420
157
0
0

290

0
290
0

121

024

562

0

(14,153)

1
(14,154)
0

3,563,373

3,053,708
466,245
43,420
0
0

3,577,526

0
2,846
3,574,680

562

267

66

9

300

300
0
0

356

0
241
115
0
0

65

0
65
0

57

025

0

0

0

0
0
0

59,133

55,607
2,857
669
0
0

59,133

0
0
59,133

0

269

5,213

(152)

(320)

0
(320)
0

3,207

0
2,426
781
0
0

3,375

0
3,375
0

5,365

050

CASH COMBINING STATEMENT
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013
(thousands of dollars)

70,798

0

(13,826)

500
(14,326)
0

828,969

555,798
237,988
35,183
0
0

842,795

0
(23,181)
865,976

70,798

290

1,732

(330)

(1,967)

0
(1,967)
0

7,863

4,569
2,405
889
0
0

9,500

0
9,500
0

2,062

052

1,124

17

(78)

0
(78)
0

3,605

0
3,605
0
0
0

3,700

0
3,700
0

1,107

300

0

0

0

0
0
0

3,276,067

3,276,067
0
0
0
0

3,276,067

3,276,067
0
0

0

053

(29,333)

(1,034)

7,183

21,345
(14,162)
0

89,301

0
71,530
17,771
0
0

81,084

0
81,084
0

(28,299)

301

4,252

0

4,837

4,837
0
0

4,837

3,104
1,733
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

4,252

054

84,963

(2,111)

(1,560)

730
(2,290)
0

53,528

0
39,937
13,591
0
0

52,977

0
52,977
0

87,074

302

1

0

0

0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

1

059

22,893

9,481

(17,226)

20,306
(37,532)
0

29,114

0
24,728
4,386
0
0

55,821

0
55,821
0

13,412

303

2

(2,804)

(306,172)

0
(306,172)
0

5,617,983

5,541,977
69,925
6,081
0
0

5,921,351

1,146,000
4,775,351
0

2,806

061

6,863

1,950

(3,054)

0
(3,054)
0

42,485

0
32,442
10,043
0
0

47,489

0
47,489
0

4,913

305

73,245

(5,482)

0

0
0
0

683,249

683,249
0
0
0
0

677,767

486,600
191,167
0

78,727

073

3,060

(1,148)

3,750

3,750
0
0

12,898

0
12,800
98
0
0

8,000

0
8,000
0

4,208

306

22,616

(8,500)

19,000

30,000
(11,000)
0

3,225,990

3,053,000
161,247
11,743
0
0

3,198,490

0
3,198,490
0

31,116

160

T-160

31,100

1,208

Total Receipts

(110)

Change in Fund Balance
1,062

(197)

Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

Closing Fund Balance

0
(197)
0

1,121

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond & Note Proceeds

Total Disbursements

0
862
259
0
0

0
1,208
0

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

Disbursements:
Grants to Local Governments
State Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects

1,172

Opening Fund Balance

(32,611)

5,043

(100,800)

0
(100,800)
0

13,857

4,537
9,248
72
0
0

119,700

0
119,700
0

(37,654)

130,428

354

(7)

Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

31,100
0
0

1,859,782

349

0
(7)
0

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond & Note Proceeds

187,295

79

Total Disbursements

1,854,812
3,513
1,457
0
0

1,959,110

449

0
79
0
0
0

Disbursements:
Grants to Local Governments
State Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects

Closing Fund Balance

63

Total Receipts

1,937,300
21,810
0

56,867

(23)

0
63
0

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants

313

Change in Fund Balance

472

Opening Fund Balance

307

349

(101)

(60)

0
(60)
0

201

0
158
43
0
0

160

0
160
0

450

355

(20,310)

(3,516)

(30)

0
(30)
0

43,986

0
32,086
11,900
0
0

40,500

0
40,500
0

(16,794)

314

3,732

3,709

0

0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0

3,709

0
3,709
0

23

359

66

0

0

0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

66

318

8,951

48

0

0
0
0

852

852
0
0
0
0

900

0
900
0

8,903

360

10,790

769

0

0
0
0

950

0
950
0
0
0

1,719

0
1,719
0

10,021

321

(3,052)

(369)

0

0
0
0

3,437

0
3,437
0
0
0

3,068

0
3,068
0

(2,683)

362

3,537

57

0

0
0
0

58

0
58
0
0
0

115

0
115
0

3,480

332

CASH COMBINING STATEMENT
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013
(thousands of dollars)

86

(23)

(32)

0
(32)
0

108

61
47
0
0
0

117

0
117
0

109

365

1,181

0

0

0
0
0

75

0
75
0
0
0

75

0
75
0

1,181

333

(8,392)

(1,000)

0

0
0
0

7,665

0
4,998
2,667
0
0

6,665

0
6,665
0

(7,392)

366

731

(38)

0

0
0
0

98

98
0
0
0
0

60

0
60
0

769

338

(21,740)

700

8,700

8,700
0
0

33,000

0
23,400
9,600
0
0

25,000

0
25,000
0

(22,440)

368

553,308

(66,229)

6,241,480

10,110,022
(3,868,542)
0

8,993,720

2,780,507
4,666,366
1,546,862
0
(15)

2,686,011

10
2,685,912
89

619,537

339

6,525

1,300

0

0
0
0

24,700

0
16,800
7,900
0
0

26,000

0
26,000
0

5,225

369

3,734

(1,274)

105,626

106,000
(374)
0

106,900

104,200
2,100
600
0
0

0

0
0
0

5,008

340

142,313

1,702

0

0
0
0

109,383

0
103,231
6,152
0
0

111,085

0
111,085
0

140,611

377

41

0

0

0
0
0

0

0
0
0
0
0

0

0
0
0

41

341

(1)

(13)

(23)

0
(23)
0

75

0
75
0
0
0

85

0
85
0

12

385

423,010

(50,251)

863,099

1,086,554
(223,455)
0

4,933,772

0
4,557,185
376,587
0
0

4,020,422

0
4,020,422
0

473,261

345

43,718

9,856

37,000

40,000
(3,000)
0

100,144

74,000
25,859
285
0
0

73,000

0
73,000
0

33,862

390

3,820

(200)

(200)

0
(200)
0

4,867

4,500
367
0
0
0

4,867

0
4,867
0

4,020

346

T-161
10,000
275,844
92,966
0
0
378,810

Disbursements:
Grants to Local Governments
State Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

Closing Fund Balance

42,502

0
0
0
0
0

0
58,000
320,810
378,810

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Grants
Total Receipts

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond & Note Proceeds
Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Change in Fund Balance

42,502

Opening Fund Balance

480

(2,145)

0
(6,711)
0
(6,711)
(7,681)

0
9,736
834
0
0
10,570

0
9,600
0
9,600

5,536

482

545

0
0
0
0
0

0
8,105
0
0
0
8,105

0
0
8,105
8,105

545

484

(2,625)

0
0
0
0
0

180,424
32,286
5,450
0
0
218,160

0
0
218,160
218,160

(2,625)

486

0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0

SRO

1,651,939

11,837,254
(8,564,596)
0
3,272,658
58,421

53,792,219
11,487,188
2,308,678
0
4,985
67,593,070

8,155,977
15,918,588
40,303,268
64,377,833

1,593,518

Sub Total

0

(4,132,457)
4,132,457
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0

Eliminations

CASH COMBINING STATEMENT
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013
(thousands of dollars)

1,651,939

7,704,797
(4,432,139)
0
3,272,658
58,421

53,792,219
11,487,188
2,308,678
0
4,985
67,593,070

8,155,977
15,918,588
40,303,268
64,377,833

1,593,518

Financial Plan

T-162

51

8,084

355

2

020.20149-Autism Aware &

020.20150-Emergency Serv

020.20151-Batavia-Charlot

020.20152-Rome-Gifts And

(1)

(5)

020.201RP-Aging Grants An

020.201RW-RW Johnson Foun

961

1

020.201PG-DCJS - MUNY Pol

020.201XK-Grants Account

1

932

020.201HH-OMH Grant & Beq

020.201MI-RPMI Schoellkpf

118

(1)

020.201GW-CCF Grts & Beqs

020.201FF-Ford Foundation

150

(3)

020.201DR-Human Rghts Dis

020.201F1-Women Vet Monum

(3)

(2)

020.201B4-DFY Rec & Welfr

917

020.20192-Missng Children

020.201B8-DAAA Grnts And

40

2,768

020.20183-Prostate Cancer

020.20185-Percy T Phillip

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

19

43

020.20178-Multiple Sclero

020.20182-Parole Ofcr Mem

0

0
0

020.20167-Grants and Bequ

0

527

11

020.20166-Erie Canal Muse

0

8,892

6

020.20165-DMNA Youth Prog

0

0

020.20176-Misc. Gifts Acc

35

020.20162-Disab Tech Asst

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

020.20174-Life Pass It on

1

160

020.20159-Community Relat

8,371

362

020.20147-Prostate/Testic

020.20155-Br Can Res & Ed

142

020.20144-Local Gov Comm

490

1,728

020.20130-St Transm Money

020.20143-Alzheimers Dis

183

17,443

020.20129-CBVH Gift & Beq

020.20142-Youth Grants &

3,631

020.20128-WB Hoyt Memoria

12

774

020.20127-DMNA Military

020.20126-CBVH Vend Stand

0

52

14

486

020.20120-Spec Events

020.20123-L.M. Josephthal

23

020.20118-Tech Transfer

020.20124-RPMI Grnt & Beq

0

60

020.20116-IBR Genetic Cou

0

0

11

117

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

020.20114-Montrose Donati

Taxes

020.20113-Donations-Batav

5

54

020.20110-Oxford Donation

020.20112-CVB Gifts & Beq

35

020.20109-Helen Hayes Hsp

020.20111-Donat-St.Albans

65

68

020.20107-DOCS Gift & Don

1

51

020.20105-Animal Disease

1,202

(35)

2,171

Opening
Balance

020.20103-Chambers Restor

020.20101-Planting Fields

020.20100-Combined Exp Tr

019.20000-Ment Hyg Gifts

Fund Account

2,000

0

1

25

0

20

107

0

0

0

0

0

360

0

0

0

0

4,000

200

1

0

5

0

100

40

20

20

2,688

10

40

12

0

387

8,000

5

0

1

814

0

1

357

50

105

0

10

5

0

22

0

5

51

0

350

(91,697)

140

Misc.
Receipts

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Federal
Grants

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2,000

0

1

25

0

20

107

0

0

0

0

0

360

0

150

150
0

0

0

4,000

200

1

0

5

0

100

690

20

20

2,688

10

40

12

250

387

8,000

5

622

1

814

0

1

357

50

105

0

10

5

0

22

0

5

51

0

350

0

140

Total
Receipts

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

650

0

0

0

0

0

0

250

0

0

0

622

0
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

91,697

0

Transfers
From

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bond
Proceeds

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,156

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

3,101

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

750

Local
0

0

117

0

0

0

0

0

13

0

0

0

0

0

239

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

187

0

0

126

0

0

0

0

41

0

0

0

0

30

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

209

PS

250

0

1

25

0

20

79

0

0

0

0

0

136

0

0

0

20

0

0

1

0

5

0

0

913

19

23

93

20

6

7

202

370

930

15

0

1

448

0

1

204

50

105

0

19

8

0

73

0

5

46

0

47

0

140

NPS

CASH COMBINING STATEMENT BY ACCOUNT
SPECIAL REVENUE OTHER FUNDS (Excluding Fund 339)
FY 2013
(thousands of dollars)

3

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

0

0

Indirect
Costs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

UI
Benefits

99

0

0

0

0

0

7

0

0

0

0

0

123

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

65

0

0

0

0

17

0

0

0

0

477

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

94

0

0

GSCs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Debt

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Capital

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

130

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Transfers
To

1,625

0

1

25

0

20

100

0

0

0

0

0

504

0

0

0

20

5,000

0

1

0

5

130

0

1,100

19

23

3,391

20

6

7

202

428

930

15

750

1

955

0

1

204

50

105

0

19

8

0

73

0

5

46

0

357

0

140

Total
Disb.

1,336

(5)

(1)

1

1

932

125

(1)

150

(3)

(2)

(3)

773

40

2,918

43

(1)

7,892

727

11

6

35

30

101

7,961

3

352

7,381

41

396

147

1,776

449

24,513

173

3,503

12

633

14

52

639

23

60

117

2

51

5

(16)

68

65

56

1

1,195

(35)

2,171

Closing
Balance

T-163

061.20805-Enhanced Com

061.20807-HCRA Program

27,925

061.20811-HCRA Undistribu

7,433

95

4,256

301.21055-Marine/Coastal

301.21060-Indirect Charge

26

149

301.21061-Hazardous Sub B

6,557

301.21054-Oil & Gas Accou

1

301.21053-Wst Tire Mgt/Re

0

22

301.21051-EnCon Energy Ef

301.21052-EnCon-Seized As

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,430

0

130,000

1,180,000

300.21002-Encon Admin Acc

30,876

225.23652-MTA Aid Trust

(325)

16,920

225.23651-Mobility Tax Tr

0

0

0

0

0

39,325

67,550

379,725

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,146,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

300.21001-E F C Admin Acc

18,768

221.20950-Comb Student Ln

4

22,002

160.20904-VLT - Education

160.20903-VLT - Admin

0

9,112

160.20902-State Lottery

160.20901-Education - New

29,197

073.20852-Railroad Accoun

073.20853-DMTF

0

42,094

073.20851-Transit Authori

221

061.20821-Health Care Del

068.300DS-Dispro Sh Med

1

061.20820-Matern & Ch HIV

18,367

061.20817-Indigent Care

808

477

061.20816-Pilot Health In

(473)

478

061.20815-Prov Coll Monit

061.20819-Health Occup De

271

061.20814-Primary Care In

061.20818-EPIC Premium

24

061.20813-Ad Home Res Co

423

(85,138)

061.20810-Child Health In

061.20812-Hospital Based

2,539

061.20809-EMS Training

(2)

(2)

21,857

061.20804-Medical Assist.

061.20808-HCRA Transition

95

750

061.20803-Medicaid Fraud

254

(1)

061.20800-LTC Ins Res Acc

13,930

1

059.20751-Alcohol&Subst A

061.20802-Health Care Srv

1

061.20801-Tobacco Cntr &

(1)

056.20701-Greenway Commun

3,276,067

(1)

4,251

053.20550-Sch Tax Relief

054.20601-Chtr Sch Sti Ac

056.20702-Greenway Herit

0

2,061

0

2,726

0

0

0

052.20501-Loc Govt Record

025.20401-Child Performer

0

0

050.20452-Prop Voc Sch Su

58

024.20350-NYS Archvs Ptne

0
0

2,638

122

023.20300-N Y Int Lawyers

Taxes

050.20451-Tuition Reimb

257

7,613

020.201ZZ-Donated Funds

184

12

Opening
Balance

020.201ZS-Grants

020.201XX-S U Restric Cur

Fund Account

350

0

13

108

24,000

20

0

3,700

0

181,090

9,600

22,666

847,000

11,011

153,479

2,187,000

16,615

26,158

148,394

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4,775,351

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

9,500

3,000

375

65

290

7,500

0

300

0

Misc.
Receipts

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

650

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Federal
Grants

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10,584

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

279,440

0

0

350

10,584

13

108

24,000

20

0

3,700

0

311,090

1,469,040

23,316

847,000

11,011

153,479

0

2,217,000

0

55,940

93,708

528,119

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5,921,351

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4,837

3,276,067

9,500

3,000

375

365

590

7,500

0

300

0

Total
Receipts

30,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4,837

0

0

0

0

300

300

0

0

0

0

Transfers
From

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bond
Proceeds
0
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

310,000

1,431,575

0

836,000

0

0

2,217,000

59,749

93,500

530,000

0

0

0

0

150,900

791,500

0

0

0

60

11,689

0

334,444

0

0

452,297

0

3,671,776

0

129,311

0

0

0

0

0

3,104

3,276,067

4,569

0

0

0

0

7,000

Local
0
0

0

179

1,562

0

0

10,150

0

0

3,596

0

0

0

0

0

3,487

21,189

0

0

0

0

0

268

0

528

2,250

0

764

1,411

493

0

0

0

1,298

2,834

0

0

0

1,532

57

0

2,100

0

0

0

0

0

0

2,047

1,487

0

223

292

704

PS
0
0

0

33

5,869

0

98

4,054

0

0

9

0

0

0

21,556

0

21,403

114,452

0

0

0

0

0

17

0

57

8,700

0

71

159

0

0

0

0

5,415

13,712

0

23,334

0

4,254

263

0

75

0

0

0

0

1,733

0

288

641

250

12

119

582

NPS

CASH COMBINING STATEMENT BY ACCOUNT
SPECIAL REVENUE OTHER FUNDS (Excluding Fund 339)
FY 2013
(thousands of dollars)

8

61

0

0

228

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

110

606

0

0

0

0

0

9

0

27

0

0

34

67

16

0

0

0

32

96

0

0

0

49

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

70

48

0

6

9

50

0

0

0

Indirect
Costs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

UI
Benefits

111

781

0

0

4,726

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2,011

9,732

0

0

0

0

0

143

0

232

0

0

411

826

274

0

0

0

818

1,641

0

0

0

897

40

64

735

0

0

0

0

0

0

889

781

0

115

157

382

0

0

0

GSCs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Debt

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Capital

0

523

0

48

5,946

0

0

78

0

0

0

0

11,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

39

0

129

0

0

286

492

125

0

0

303,537

394

667

0

0

0

0

0

0

503

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,967

297

23

0

7

0

0

0

0

Transfers
To
0
0

0

331

8,796

0

146

25,104

0

0

3,683

0

310,000

1,431,575

21,556

847,000

27,011

145,979

2,217,000

59,749

93,500

530,000

0

476

0

973

161,850

791,500

1,566

2,955

908

60

11,689

303,537

342,401

18,950

0

475,631

0

3,678,508

363

129,375

3,413

0

0

0

0

4,837

3,276,067

9,830

3,254

273

356

584

8,718

Total
Disb.

45

6,044

108

111

5,453

21

22

1,447

(325)

31,966

54,385

20,528

4

6,002

16,612

0

25,388

7,641

40,213

0

(255)

1

(165)

(162,323)

(773,133)

(1,089)

(2,477)

(637)

(36)

(11,266)

5,645,739

(427,539)

(16,411)

(2)

(453,774)

(2)

(3,677,758)

(268)

(115,445)

(3,159)

(1)

1

1

(1)

4,251

(1)

1,731

2,472

2,740

67

128

6,395

257

484

12

Closing
Balance

T-164

0

440

(20,951)

(21,707)

36

(2)

(43)

17

301.21080-Encon Magazine

301.21081-Environment Enf

301.21082-Natural Resourc

301.21083-UST-Trust Recov

301.21084-Mined Land Recl

301.210R9-SEQR Review

301.210S7-Town Of Riverhe

157

(15,396)

(1,401)

313.21404-Add Mass Trans

314.21451-Operatng Permit

314.21452-Mobile Source

0

24

74

3,000

332.21653-Rocky Pocantico

332.21654-OMR Nonexpnd Tr

769

5,009

338.21851-Arts Capital Re

340.22501-CFIA Undistrib

15,643

374,907

345.22652-L I Vets Home

345.22653-S U Genl IFR

42

1

341.22552-DFY-NYC Summer

1,181

335.21750-Nys Musical Ins

100

332.21657-Cunningham Fund

333.21700-Wintr Sports Ed

15

332.21656-Helen Hayes Hos

332.21655-Rockefeller Tru

0

228

332.21652-William Vorce F

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

58

37

321.21552-Demographics/Re

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,831,945

105,355

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

332.21651-Brummer Award

9,964

(1)

313.21403-Urban Mass Tran

321.21551-Legisl Comp R&D

106

313.21402-Metro Mass Tran

66

53,908

313.21401-Pub Tran Systms

318.21501-Housing Reserve

474

(671)

307.21351-Equip Loan Fund

4,210

305.21252-OSHA Inspection

306.21301-Client Protectn

4,753

305.21251-OSH Trng & Educ

(1)

13,407

303.21205-License Fee Sur

303.21204-Oil Spill - DAC

3

303.21201-Oil Spill - DAC

4

13

302.21157-Venison Donatio

(1)

290

302.21156-Habitat Account

303.21203-Oil Spill - DEC

286

302.21155-Surf Clam/Quaho

303.21202-Oil Sp Relocatn

47,459

85

302.21153-License Guide

302.21154-Fish And Game T

208

302.21152-Migratory Bird

3,013

35,718

302.21150-Conservation

302.21151-Marine Resource

16,964

301.210ZZ-Monitors-Aggre

0

0

34

301.21077-Public Safety R

301.210TV-ATV DESF

0

(8,538)

301.21067-Recreation Acco

0

(3,999)

301.21066-Low Level Radio

0

0

(1,683)

1

Taxes

301.21065-Fed Indirect R

20

301.21063-S-Area Landfill

Opening
Balance

301.21064-Utility Envir R

Fund Account

649,666

41,500

0

0

60

0

75

0

0

0

(1)

110

0

6

2

1,717

0

32,000

8,500

0

0

21,400

410

63

8,000

23,440

24,049

13,700

42,000

0

0

121

25

45

0

2,500

55

10

2,300

48,042

2,391

0

0

1

4,210

12

4,000

27,000

705

0

15,200

3,034

40

0

0

Misc.
Receipts

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Federal
Grants

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

150

0

0

106,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

649,816

41,500

0

106,000

60

0

75

0

0

0

(1)

110

0

6

2

0
0

1,717

0

32,000

8,500

0

0

1,872,445

117,765

63

11,750

23,440

24,049

13,700

42,000

19,300

301

826

25

45

0

2,500

55

10

2,300

48,772

2,391

0

0

1

4,210

12

4,000

27,261

705

0

15,200

3,034

10,540

0

0

Total
Receipts

0

0

0

0

0

0

19,100

12,000

0

3,750

0

0

0

0

19,300

301

705

0

0

0

0

0
0

0

0

0

730

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

261

0

0

0

0

10,500

0

0

Transfers
From

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Bond
Proceeds
0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

104,200

98

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,761,713

93,099

Local
0
0

162,099

25,881

0

2,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

19,715

3,464

0

0

2,248

571

0

550

10,492

8,941

0

0

10,132

211

528

0

0

14

0

43

0

1,198

23,867

3,097

0

0

0

1,877

0

1,943

14,843

0

0

8,850

1,758

8,161

PS
0
0

465,904

15,369

0

100

0

0

75

0

0

0

1

51

0

6

0

950

0

5,995

2,207

0

0

246

373

79

12,250

5,055

7,431

0

12,604

747

25

226

0

24

29

0

6

45

716

13,022

493

0

0

1

117

0

397

3,024

314

0

2,958

133

302

NPS

CASH COMBINING STATEMENT BY ACCOUNT
SPECIAL REVENUE OTHER FUNDS (Excluding Fund 339)
FY 2013
(thousands of dollars)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

500

205

0

0

60

15

0

0

282

241

0

0

231

6

18

0

0

0

0

1

0

72

900

81

0

0

0

61

0

130

500

0

0

193

55

0

0

0

Indirect
Costs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

UI
Benefits

5,834

0

0

600

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10,075

1,825

0

0

1,162

295

0

98

5,422

4,621

0

0

4,019

107

260

0

0

1

0

19

0

641

12,930

1,448

0

0

0

849

0

953

6,883

0

0

1,136

884

0

0

0

GSCs

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Debt

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Capital

37,481

0

0

374

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30

0

0

0

0

0

7

0

2,188

866

13,700

20,306

3,526

0

0

0

0

0

550

0

0

0

1,740

1,714

0

0

0

1,700

0

400

3,115

131

0

255

330

0

0

0

Transfers
To
0
0

671,318

41,250

0

107,274

98

0

75

0

0

0

1

51

0

6

0

950

0

36,315

7,701

0

0

1,765,429

94,353

86

12,898

23,439

22,100

13,700

32,910

18,655

349

1,032

0

24

44

550

69

45

2,627

52,459

6,833

0

0

1

4,604

0

3,823

28,365

445

0

13,392

3,160

8,463

Total
Disb.

353,405

15,893

42

3,735

731

1

1,181

100

15

3,000

72

83

228

37

60

10,731

66

(5,716)

(14,597)

(1)

106

160,924

22,741

451

3,062

158

6,702

(1)

22,497

644

(44)

(203)

38

311

242

49,409

71

173

2,686

32,031

12,522

0

17

(43)

(396)

48

(21,530)

(22,055)

700

34

(6,730)

(4,125)

394

1

20

Closing
Balance

T-165

2

4,018

1,172

2,844

345.226BP-Bridge Program

346.22700-Subst Abuse Srv

349.22751-Lk George Park

354.22801-MVTIFA

33,861

5,536

482.23601-UI Sp Int & Pen