New York State

FY 2014 Financial Plan
Mid-Year update
 
 
 
 

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

Table of Contents

 

 
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................ 1
 
FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW .................................................................................................... 7
  Summary ......................................................................................................................... 7 
  Mid‐Year Operating Results ............................................................................................ 8 
  Multi‐Year Financial Plan Revisions ................................................................................. 9 
  Risks and Uncertainties Related to the State Financial Plan ......................................... 14 
MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS ..................................................... 35 
 
FY 2014 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS .................................................... 87 
 
GLOSSARY OF ACRONYMS ...................................................................................... 101 
 
FINANCIAL PLAN TABLES AND ACCOMPANYING NOTES ............................... 107 
 

Introduction

Introduction 
This  is  the  Mid‐Year  Update  to  the  Financial  Plan  (“Mid‐Year  Financial  Plan”  or  “Updated 
Financial Plan”) for FY 2014.1  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  First  Quarterly  Update  to  the  Financial  Plan  (the  “First 
Quarterly Update” or “Prior Financial Plan”) issued in August 2013.  The State’s FY 2014 began 
on April 1, 2013 and ends on March 31, 2014.  DOB expects to next update the State’s official 
Financial Plan projections in January 2014 with the FY 2015 Executive Budget. 
 
The State’s General Fund receives the majority of State taxes and all income not earmarked for 
a particular program or activity.  State law requires the Governor to submit, and the Legislature 
to  enact,  a  General  Fund  budget  that  is  balanced  on  a  cash  basis  of  accounting.    The  State 
Constitution and State Finance Law do not provide a precise definition of budget balance.  In 
practice, the General Fund is considered balanced if sufficient resources are, or are expected to 
be, available during the fiscal year for the State to: (a) make all planned payments, including PIT 
refunds,  without  the  issuance  of  deficit  notes  or  bonds  or  extraordinary  cash  management 
actions, (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, and (c) maintain other reserves, as 
required  by  law.    For  purposes  of  calculating  budget  balance,  the  General  Fund  includes 
transfers to and from other funds. 
 
The  General  Fund  is  typically  the  financing  source  of  last  resort  for  the  State’s  other  major 
funds,  which  include  HCRA  funds,  DHBTF,  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 budgetary and 
gap‐closing discussion is generally weighted toward the General Fund. 
 
From time to time, DOB will informally designate unrestricted balances in the General Fund for 
specific  policy  goals  (e.g.,  the  payment  of  costs  related  to  potential  labor  contracts  covering 
prior contract periods).  These amounts, typically identified with the phrase "reserved for," are 
not held in distinct accounts within the General Fund and may be used for other purposes.  
 
State Operating Funds is a broader measure of spending for operations (as distinct from capital 
purposes)  that  is  funded  with  State  resources.    It  includes  financial  activity  not  only  in  the 
General  Fund,  but  also  State‐funded  special  revenue  funds  and  debt  service  funds  (both  the 
General  Fund  and  State  Operating  Funds  exclude  spending  from  capital  projects  funds  and 
Federal  funds).    DOB  views  State  Operating  Funds  to  be  a  more  comprehensive  measure  of 
State‐funded activities for operating purposes that are funded with State resources (i.e., taxes, 
assessments, fees, tuition) than the General Fund.  The State Operating Funds perspective has 
the advantage of eliminating certain distortions in operating activities that may be caused by, 
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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among  other  things,  the  State's  complex  fund  structure,  the  transfer  of  money  among  funds, 
and  the  accounting  of  disbursements  against  appropriations  in  different  funds.    For  example, 
the State funds its share of the Medicaid program from both the General Fund and from State 
Special  Revenue  Funds,  including  Health  Care  Reform  Act  funds.    The  State  Operating  Funds 
perspective  captures  Medicaid  disbursements  from  both  of  these  fund  types,  giving  a  more 
complete  accounting  of  State‐funded  Medicaid  disbursements.    For  such  reasons,  the 
discussion  of  disbursement  projections  often  emphasizes  the  State  Operating  Funds 
perspective. 
 
The  State  also  reports  disbursements  and  receipts  activity  for  All  Governmental  Funds  (“All 
Funds”), which includes spending from Capital Projects Funds and State and Federal Operating 
Funds,  providing  the  most  comprehensive  view  of  the  cash‐basis  financial  operations  of  the 
State.    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. 
 
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; State and Federal Capital Projects 
Funds, which account for costs incurred in the construction and rehabilitation of roads, bridges, 
prisons,  university  facilities,  and  other  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.  
  
State Finance Law also requires DOB to prepare a pro forma financial plan using GAAP, to the 
extent  practicable,  although  this  requirement  is  for  informational  purposes.    The  GAAP‐basis 
financial plan is not used by DOB as a benchmark for managing State finances during the fiscal 
year  and  is  not  updated  on  a  quarterly  basis.    The  GAAP‐basis  financial  plan  follows,  to  the 
extent  practicable,  the  accrual  methodologies  and  fund  accounting  rules  applied  by  OSC  in 
preparation of the audited Basic Financial Statements.  However, GAAP is a financial reporting 
regime, not a budgeting system. 
 
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 

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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,  economic,  and 
environmental conditions, including climate change and extreme weather events; impediments 
to  the  implementation  of  gap‐closing  actions;  regulatory  initiatives  and  compliance  with 
governmental  regulations;  litigation;  action  by  the  Federal  government  to  reduce  or  disallow 
expected  aid;  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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Overview

Financial Plan Overview

 

SUMMARY
 
Financial  results  through  September  2013  remain  in  line  with  DOB’s  expectations.    DOB 
estimates that the General Fund will remain in balance in FY 2014 on a budgetary (cash) basis of 
accounting,  based  on  the  review  of  operating  results  through  September  2013  and  other 
information.   
 
General  Fund  receipts,  including  transfers  from  other  funds,  are  now  expected  to  total  
$61.6  billion  in  FY  2014,  a  decrease  of  $47  million  from  the  First  Quarterly  Update.    The 
downward  revision  reflects  lower  than  expected  collections  of  18‐a  assessments  on  utility 
companies  through  September  2013  attributable  to  declines  in  utility  prices  and  energy 
consumption. 
 
General  Fund  disbursements,  including  transfers  to  other  funds,  are  expected  to  total  
$61.5 billion in the current year, a decrease of $47 million from the First Quarterly Update.  The 
Updated Financial Plan reflects savings from the recalculation of the State’s pension bill based 
on updated information ($31 million).  In addition, DOB expects that, based on claims to date, 
the cost of reimbursing local governments for general public health programs will be lower than 
expected in the First Quarterly Update ($29 million).  Lastly, the Updated Financial Plan includes 
an additional $13 million in funding to assist areas affected by flooding in the Mohawk Valley 
region, bringing the total FY 2014 funding to $29 million.2 
 
DOB  expects  the  State  to  end  FY  2014  with  a  General  Fund  closing  balance  of  $1.8  billion, 
unchanged from the First Quarterly Update.  For planning purposes, the Updated Financial Plan 
continues  to  assume  the  prepayment  of  FY  2015  debt  service,  but  DOB  will  determine  the 
specific  prepayments  that  will  be  made  later  in  the  current  fiscal  year.    The  level  of 
prepayments may change, depending on the State's fiscal position.   
 
Through the first half of FY 2014, the State has done an effective job in controlling spending, 
and  tax  receipts  have  been  slightly  above  the  levels  expected  in  the  Enacted  Budget.    In 
addition,  the  Governor  will  propose  balanced  budgets  that  limit  annual  growth  in  State 
Operating  Funds  to  no  greater  than  2  percent,  consistent  with  the  spending  benchmark 
adopted in FY 2012.  The combination of effective budget management and adherence to the  
2 percent spending benchmark is expected to further improve the State’s fiscal position.  Based 
on  current  operating  projections,  if  the  State   enacts  balanced  budgets  that  hold  State 
Operating Funds disbursements to 2 percent, the State will have operating surpluses. 
 
The projections for General Fund budget gaps in future years remain unchanged from the First 
Quarterly Update, with gaps of $1.7 billion in FY 2015, $2.9 billion in FY 2016, and $2.9 billion in 
FY 2017. By law, the Governor must propose, and the Legislature must enact, a General Fund 
budget that is balanced on a cash basis of accounting.  
2

 Recovery aid of $16 million was included in the First Quarterly Update. 

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MID-YEAR OPERATING RESULTS
 
Operating results through September 30, 2013 were positive in comparison to the estimate in 
the Enacted Budget Financial Plan.  (See “FY 2014 Year‐To‐Date Operating Results” herein.)   
 
General  Fund  receipts,  including  transfers  from  other  funds,  totaled  $31.9  billion  through 
September  2013,  $356  million  above  the  Enacted  Budget  forecast.    The  positive  variance  is 
mainly due to the receipt of financial settlement payments from the Bank of Tokyo‐Mitsubishi 
UFJ  (BTMU)  and  Deloitte  Financial  Advisory  Services  for  their  violations  of  banking  laws 
($260 million), and payments owed to the State that were withheld pending the settlement of 
long‐standing  disputes  under  the  Tribal  State  Compact  ($203  million),  all  of  which  were 
included in the First Quarterly Update to the Financial Plan.  Tax collections were $87 million 
above  planned  levels.    This  was  due  to  increased  PIT  collections,  reflecting  stronger  than 
anticipated  current  year  estimated  and  2012  final  return  payments  ($94  million);  higher  user 
taxes and fees ($140 million) reflecting stronger than expected collections for sales associated 
with  autos,  dining  and  entertainment,  and  expenditures  by  utilities  for  post‐Sandy  repairs; 
higher  receipts  in  other  taxes  ($74  million)  due  to  stronger  real  estate prices  and  transaction 
volume, as well as estate tax receipts; and lower business tax collections ($221 million), driven 
mainly by lower gross collections for insurance and bank taxes to date.  The higher receipts in 
these  areas  were  partly  offset  by  lower  than  expected  abandoned  property  collections  
($100  million),  which  DOB  believes  is  attributable  to  timing;  and  lower  collections  from  
18‐a temporary assessment imposed on public utility companies ($38 million), which has been 
reflected in the annual estimate of miscellaneous receipts in this Updated Financial Plan.  DOB 
will  continue  to  monitor  the  uncertainties  and  risks  regarding  the  economic  and  receipts 
forecasts.  (See “Multi‐Year Financial Projections – All Funds Receipts Projections” herein.) 
 
General  Fund  disbursements,  including  transfers  to  other  funds,  totaled  $27.3  billion  through 
September 2013, $1.2  billion below the level estimated in the Enacted Budget Financial Plan.  
After adjusting for routine inter‐month variances in payments, disbursements to date appear to 
be  generally  consistent  with  the  Enacted  Budget  forecast.    Under‐spending  through  
September  2013  totaled  $1.2  billion  in  local  assistance,  primarily  in  the  areas  of  education 
($650 million) and health care ($359 million); $80 million in agency operations; and $50 million 
in  General  State  Charges,  mainly  due  to  the  timing  of  reimbursement  for  fringe  benefit  costs 
from other funds. This under‐spending was offset in part by $51 million in higher transfers to 
other funds.  
 
The  Financial  Plan  is  subject  to  many  risks  and  uncertainties,  including  the  strength  and 
duration of the economic recovery, implementation of budgetary actions, and the execution of 
specific transactions.  (See “Risks and Uncertainties Related to the State Financial Plan” herein.) 

 

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN REVISIONS
 
The following table summarizes the revisions to the First Quarterly Update Financial Plan that 
affect General Fund operating projections.  Descriptions of the changes follow the table. 
SUMMARY OF REVISIONS TO FIRST QUARTERLY UPDATE FINANCIAL PLAN
GENERAL FUND BUDGETARY BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
SAVINGS/(COSTS)
(millions of dollars)
FIRST QUARTERLY UPDATE SURPLUS/(GAPS)

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

FY 2017

0

(1,742)

(2,889)

(2,948)

RECEIPTS REVISIONS
18‐a Temporary Utility Assessments

(47)
(47)

0
0

0
0

0
0

DISBURSEMENTS REVISIONS
State Pension Bill
General Public Health Work Program

47
31

0
0

0
0

0
0

29
(13)

0
0

0
0

0
0

NYS Flood Recovery
MID‐YEAR UPDATE BUDGET SURPLUS/(GAPS)

0

(1,742)

(2,889)

(2,948)

 
The projections for General Fund budget gaps in future years remain unchanged from the First 
Quarterly Update, with gaps of $1.7 billion in FY 2015, $2.9 billion in FY 2016, and $2.9 billion in 
FY 2017. By law, the Governor must propose, and the Legislature must enact, a General Fund 
budget that is balanced on a cash basis of accounting.   
 

The  combination  of  effective  budget  management  and  adherence  to  the  2  percent  spending 
benchmark  is  expected  to  further  improve  the  State’s  fiscal  position.    Based  on  current 
operating  projections,  if  the  State   enacts  balanced  budgets  that  hold  State  Operating  Funds 
disbursements to 2 percent, the State will have operating surpluses. 

REVISIONS
 

18‐a  Temporary  Utility  Assessments:    Collections  of  assessments  on  utility  companies 
through  September  2013  were  lower  than  planned.    The  lower  collections  were 
attributable to declines in utility prices and energy consumption. 

 

State Pension Payment: The State’s 2013 pension bill has  been recalculated to reflect 
updated information. 

General Public Health Work Program:  The State’s estimated annual reimbursement to 
local  health  departments  for  a  share  of  costs  associated  with  providing  certain  public 
health services has been lowered as a result of reduced municipal claiming on various 
services. 

 

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NYS  Flood  Recovery:    The  Financial  Plan  has  been  updated  to  include  an  additional  
$13 million in recovery assistance aid to homeowners, business operators and farmers 
in  five  counties  impacted  by  severe  flooding  that  occurred  between  June  26  and  
July  3,  2013.    State  aid  for  flooding  costs  since  budget  enactment  totals  $29  million.  
Homeowners and renters may apply for up to $31,900 in assistance, and small business 
owners and farmers may apply for up to $50,000 in assistance.   

PROJECTED CLOSING BALANCES
 

DOB expects the State to end FY 2014 with a General Fund closing balance of $1.8 billion, an 
increase of $94 million from the Enacted Budget Financial Plan and unchanged from the First 
Quarterly Update.  The  change for the Enacted Budget reflects a $100  million increase in the 
undesignated fund balance, offset by the use of $6 million to fund retroactive labor settlements 
with lifeguards, as noted in the First Quarterly Update (retroactive payments are scheduled for 
November 2013). 
 
FY 2014 ESTIMATED GENERAL FUND CLOSING BALANCES
(millions of dollars)

GENERAL FUND BALANCE
STATUTORY RESERVES
Tax Stabilization Reserve Fund
Rainy Day Reserve Fund
Community Projects Fund
Contingency Reserve Fund
RESERVED FOR
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
Debt Management
Undesignated Fund Balance

Enacted 
Budget

Change

First 
Quarterly 
Update

       1,709

             94

       1,803

0

       1,803

1,131
175
68
21

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1,131
175
68
21

1,131
175
68
21
51
263
0

 

0
0
0
0
0
(6)
0
100

45
263
100

Change

Mid‐Year 
Update

45
263
100

 

The combined balances in the State’s principal "rainy day" reserve funds, the Tax Stabilization 
Reserve  Fund  and  the  Rainy  Day  Reserve  Fund  are  equal  to  approximately  2.1  percent  of 
estimated  General  Fund  disbursements  in  FY  2014.    The  Community  Projects  Fund  reflects 
projected  year‐end  balances  available  to  finance  discretionary  grants  from  existing 
reappropriations.    The  Contingency  Reserve  Fund  balance  is  available  only  to  pay  lawsuits 
against the State in excess of $25 million or for other legally specified purposes.     
  
The Updated Financial Plan continues to reserve money in the General Fund balance to cover 
potential  retroactive  labor  settlements  with  unions  that  have  not  agreed  to  terms  for  prior 
contract  periods.    The  reserve  is  calculated  based  on  the  pattern  settlement  for  the  FY  2008 
through FY 2011 period that was agreed to by the State’s largest unions.   
 
The Updated Financial Plan continues to reserve $263 million for debt management purposes in 
FY 2014, which is consistent with the First Quarterly Update Financial Plan. 
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FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW
ANNUAL SPENDING GROWTH
 
DOB  estimates  that  State  Operating  Funds  spending  will  total  $90.7  billion  in  FY  2014,  an 
increase  of  $1.8  billion  (2.1  percent)  from  FY  2013  results.    Excluding  the  impact  of  planned 
prepayments, State Operating Funds spending growth is estimated at 1.7 percent.   
 
All  Governmental  Funds  spending  excluding  extraordinary  Federal  aid  for  Superstorm  Sandy 
disaster assistance and the ACA, which includes capital projects and Federal Operating Funds, 
totals $135.3 billion, an increase of $2.8 billion (2.1 percent) from FY 2013 results.  Excluding 
the  impact  of  planned  prepayments,  All  Funds  spending  growth  (again  excluding  Sandy  and 
ACA), is estimated at 1.8 percent.  Please see the Financial Plan tables for unadjusted All Funds 
disbursements. 
 
The following table summarizes the major sources of annual change in State spending by major 
program, purpose, and fund perspective. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW
ANNUAL STATE SPENDING
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013 
Results

FY 2014 
Estimated

LOCAL ASSISTANCE
School Aid
1
DOH Medicaid (Incl Operational Costs) 
Transportation
Mental Hygiene
STAR
Social Services
Higher Education
Public Health/Aging
Special/Other Education
Local Government Assistance

All Other

58,578
20,163
15,900
4,303
3,602
3,286
3,031
2,629
2,040
1,927
754
943

59,696
20,471
16,421
4,739
2,833
3,419
2,996
2,825
2,193
2,032
764
1,003

1,118
308
521
436
(769)
133
(35)
196
153
105
10
60

1.9%
1.5%
3.3%
10.1%
‐21.3%
4.0%
‐1.2%
7.5%
7.5%
5.4%
1.3%
6.4%

STATE OPERATIONS/FRINGE BENEFITS
State Operations
Personal Service:
Executive Agencies
University System
Elected Officials
Non‐Personal Service:
Executive Agencies
University System
Elected Officials
Fringe Benefits/Fixed Costs
Pension Contribution
Employee Health Insurance
Other Fringe Benefits/Fixed Costs

24,120
17,683
12,403
7,112
3,468
1,823
5,280
2,707
2,083
490
6,437
1,601
3,129
1,707

24,902
17,844
12,366
7,010
3,500
1,856
5,478
2,764
2,169
545
7,058
1,982
3,315
1,761

782
161
(37)
(102)
32
33
198
57
86
55
621
381
186
54

3.2%
0.9%
‐0.3%
‐1.4%
0.9%
1.8%
3.8%
2.1%
4.1%
11.2%
9.6%
23.8%
5.9%
3.2%

6,138
8

6,060
11

(78)
3

‐1.3%
37.5%

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS

88,844

90,669

1,825

SOF EXCL. PLANNED FY 2014 PREPAYMENTS

88,844

90,351

1,507

1.7%

5,679

6,146

467

8.2%

94,523

96,815

2,292

2.4%

37,997

38,459

462

1.2%

132,520

135,274

2,754

2.1%

132,520

134,956

2,436

1.8%

DEBT SERVICE
CAPITAL PROJECTS

Capital Projects (State Funds)
TOTAL STATE FUNDS
Federal Aid (Including Capital Grants) 
4

TOTAL ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS 

ALL FUNDS EXCL. FY 2014 PREPAYMENTS 

3

Annual Change 
$
%

2.1%

1

Department of Health Medicaid spending only (excludes other State agency spending and transfers). For display 
purposes, includes Medicaid operational spending that supports contracts related to the management of 
Medicaid and the costs of administrative takeover. 

2

"All Other" includes an adjustment for Medicaid operational costs to avoid distorting Financial Plan category 
totals, as well as local aid spending in a number of other programs, including education, parks and the 
environment, economic development, public safety, and disaster assistance.

3, 4

Excludes Federal disaster aid for Superstorm Sandy, estimated at $577 million in FY 2013 and $5.1 billion in FY 
2014, and additional Federal aid under the Affordable Care Act, estimated at approximately $600 million in FY 
2014. Including disbursements for these purposes, All Funds disbursements are expected to total $141 billion in 
FY 2014, an increase of 5.9 percent. 

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Local assistance spending in FY 2014 is expected to increase by $1.1 billion, or 1.9 percent, over 
FY  2013  results.    On  a  school  year basis,  School  Aid  is  expected  to  increase  by  4.9  percent  in 
2014, which is above the growth rate in personal income.  School Aid in the future years of the 
Financial  Plan  is  assumed  to  increase  at  levels  based  on  the  growth  in  NYS  personal  income.  
State‐funded  DOH  Medicaid  spending  is  projected  to  increase  by  3.9  percent  (not  shown  on 
table),  excluding  the  impact  of  the  State’s  takeover  of  Medicaid  administration,  and  is 
consistent  with  the  statutory  growth  cap.    In  addition,  ACA  continues  to  provide  additional 
Federal resources to finance Medicaid spending.  Transportation spending growth is the result 
of increased dedicated tax receipts and a State subsidy that are passed on to the MTA.  Growth 
in other local assistance includes increases across several programs and activities.  In addition, 
results in FY 2013 fell below planned levels in many areas, which, absent other changes, has the 
effect of increasing the annual growth rate in FY 2014 in those areas. 
 
Agency spending on personal and non‐personal service is expected to remain nearly flat on an 
annual  basis.    This  reflects  ongoing  efforts  to  redesign  State  agency  operations  initiated  in  
FY 2013.  Spending on fringe benefits is projected to increase by $622 million.  This includes an 
increase  of  $381  million  in  the  State's  annual  pension  contribution,  including  repayment  of 
amounts  amortized  in  prior  years.    The  Financial  Plan  assumes  the  State  will  continue  to 
amortize a percentage of its annual pension costs, consistent with legislation approved in 2010. 
 
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 based 
on  typical  spending  patterns  and  the  observed  variance  over  time  between  estimated  and 
actual results. 

 

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RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES
FINANCIAL PLAN 

RELATED

TO

THE

STATE

 

GENERAL
 
The Updated Financial Plan is subject to many complex economic, social, financial, political, and 
environmental  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  Updated 
Financial Plan 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  Updated 
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 the following:  national and international events, such 
as ongoing financial instability in the Euro‐zone; changes in consumer confidence, oil supplies 
and oil prices; continuing or worsening strife in the Middle East; climate change and extreme 
weather events; 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,  which  may  adversely  affect 
bonus  income  and  capital  gains  realizations;  and  the  levels  of  household  debt,  which  may 
adversely affect consumer spending and State tax collections.   
 
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  projected  annual 
wage costs; changes in the size of the State’s workforce; the actualization 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 reflect 
substantial  adverse  changes  resulting  from  the  occurrence  of  one  or  more  uncertainties.    No 
assurance  can  be  given  that  these  estimates  and  projections,  which  depend  in  part  upon 
actions the State expects to be taken but that 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  State’s  General  Fund  budget  gaps  will  not  increase 
materially from current projections.  If this were to occur, the State would be required to take 
additional  gap‐closing  actions.    Such  actions  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. 
 
The  Updated  Financial  Plan  projections  generally  assume  that  School  Aid  and  State  funded 
Medicaid disbursements will be limited to the growth in NYS personal income and the ten‐year 
average  growth  in  the  medical  component  of  the  CPI,  respectively.    However,  the  Enacted 
Budget authorized spending for School Aid to increase in excess of the personal income index 
for SY 2014.   
 
State law grants the Executive certain powers to achieve the Medicaid savings assumed in the 
Updated  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  Updated  Financial  Plan.    In  addition,  savings  are  dependent  upon  timely 
Federal  approvals,  revenue  performance  in  the  State’s  HCRA  fund  (which  finances 
approximately  one‐third  of  the  DOH  State‐share  costs  of  Medicaid),  and  the  participation  of 
health care industry stakeholders.   
 
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 
revenues  at  the  levels  expected  in  the  Updated  Financial  Plan;  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 Updated Financial Plan in the current year or 
future years. 
 

FEDERAL ISSUES
 

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 Updated Financial Plan.  In addition, the Updated 
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.  Issues of particular concern are described below. 

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FEDERAL REIMBURSEMENT FOR STATE MENTAL HYGIENE SERVICES
 

The  Federal  government  lowered  Medicaid  developmental  disability  center  payment  rates, 
effective  April  1,  2013,  which  will  reduce  Federal  funding  to  the  State  by  approximately  
$1.1  billion  annually,  beginning  in  FY  2014.    The  Financial Plan  includes  a  plan  to address  the 
loss  in  Federal  aid,  including  $90  million  in  the  OPWDD  savings  associated  with  reduced 
administrative costs, enhanced audit recoveries and improved program efficiencies.  The plan is 
subject  to  implementation  risks  and  is  dependent,  in  part,  on  the  approval  of  the  Federal 
government.  As described below, the Federal CMS may seek to retroactively recover Federal 
funds regarding this matter. 
 

AUDIT DISALLOWANCE
 

In addition to the reductions in rates that commenced on April 1, 2013, on February 8, 2013, 
the  U.S.  Department  of  Health  &  Human  Services  Office  of  the  Inspector  General,  at  the 
direction of the Federal CMS, began a review to determine the allowability of Medicaid costs 
for  services  provided  in  prior  years  to  the  Medicaid  population  in  New  York  State‐Operated 
ICF/DD.  The initial review period includes claims for services provided during the period April l, 
2010  through  March  31,  2011.    As  a  result  of  this  review,  CMS  may  seek  to  recover  Federal 
funds for any payments that it determines to have been in excess of Federal requirements.  The 
State has prospectively resolved CMS concerns regarding its payments to ICF/DDs with a State 
plan  change  effective  April  1,  2013,  and  continues  to  have  discussions  with  CMS  to  resolve 
these concerns related to the April 1, 2010 through March 31, 2011 period.  As noted above, 
adverse  action  by  the  Federal  government  relative  to  the  allowability  of  Medicaid  costs  or 
services  in  years  prior  to  FY  2014  is  expected  to  result  in  a  reduction  in  Federal  aid  of  an 
estimated  $1.1  billion  annually.    A  comparable  amount  of  Federal  aid  is  at  risk  for  any  prior 
period  that  may  be  pursued  by  CMS.    Matters  of  this  type  are  sometimes  resolved  with  a 
prospective solution  (as  already  commenced  by  the  State),  and  the  State  is  not  aware  of  any 
similar  attempts  by  the  Federal  government  to  retroactively  recover  Federal  aid  of  this 
magnitude that was paid pursuant to an approved State plan.  The State continues to seek CMS 
approval  to  proceed  with  the  development  of  a  sustainable  system  of  service  funding  and 
delivery  for  individuals  with  developmental  disabilities.    However,  there  can  be  no  assurance 
that Federal action in this matter will not result in materially adverse changes to the Updated 
Financial Plan. 
  

BUDGET CONTROL ACT
 
The  Federal  Budget  Control  Act  (BCA)  of  2011  imposed  annual  caps  on  Federal  discretionary 
spending over a ten‐year period and mandated an additional $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction, 
which, if not enacted, would be achieved through the sequestration of funds in Federal Fiscal 
Year (FFY) 2013 and through lowered discretionary spending caps in the following years.  As the 
required deficit reduction was not achieved by the March 1, 2013 deadline, an across‐the‐board 
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5  percent  reduction  in  FFY  2013  funding  for  Federal  nondefense  discretionary  programs  was 
implemented.    If  Congress  does  not  act  to  otherwise  achieve  the  BCA  deficit  reduction 
requirements,  DOB  estimates  that  New  York  State  and  local  governments  could  lose 
approximately  $5  billion  in  Federal  funding  over  nine  years,  including  reductions  in  Federal 
funding  that  passes  through  the  State  budget  for  school  districts,  as  well  as  environmental, 
criminal justice and social services programs. 

 
DEBT CEILING
 
A Federal government default on payments, particularly if it persisted for a prolonged period, 
can  be  expected  to  have  a  materially  adverse  effect  on  the  national  and  state  economies, 
financial markets, and intergovernmental aid payments.  
 
The  specific  effects  on  the  State  Financial  Plan  of  a  Federal  government  payment  default  are 
unknown  and  impossible  to  predict.    However,  data  from  past  economic  downturns  suggest 
that the State’s revenue loss could be substantial if the economy goes into a recession due to a 
Federal  default,  according  to  DOB.     For  context,  during  the  last  recession  New  York  lost 
324,000  jobs,  State  wages  fell  7.2  percent  in  2009,  and  taxable  capital  gains  realizations  fell  
52 percent in 2008 and 41 percent in 2009.  
 
A  payment  default  by  the  United  States  may  adversely  affect  the  municipal  bond  market,  as 
well.  Municipal  issuers,  including  the  State,  could  face  higher  borrowing  costs  and  impaired 
market access.  This would jeopardize planned capital investments in roads and bridges, higher 
education  facilities,  hazardous  waste  remediation,  environmental  projects,  and  economic 
development projects.  Additionally, the market for and market value of outstanding municipal 
obligations, including municipal obligations of the State, could be adversely affected.  

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HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY CONVERSIONS
 
State law permits a health insurance company to convert its organizational status from a not‐
for‐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  proceeds  must  be  used  for  health  care  related  expenses.    The  Updated 
Financial  Plan  counts  on  conversion  proceeds  of  $175  million  in  FY  2014,  and  $300  million 
annually  in  FY  2015,  FY  2016,  and  FY  2017.    In  recent  years,  the  Updated  Financial  Plan  has 
counted  on  similar  amounts  from  conversions,  which  have  not  been  realized.    It  is  expected 
that proceeds, if any, received from a conversion will be deposited into the HCRA account.  If 
estimated  proceeds  from  health  care  conversions  are  not  realized  on  the  timetable  or  at  the 
levels assumed in the FY 2014 Enacted Budget, the State may be required to take other actions, 
such as reducing planned spending in HCRA, or financing additional health care expenses in the 
General Fund, or both. 
 

STATUS OF CURRENT LABOR NEGOTIATIONS (CURRENT CONTRACT PERIOD)
 
The  State  has  labor  contracts  in  force  for  the  current  contract  period  with  approximately  90 
percent of unionized State employees, including its three largest employee unions, CSEA, PEF, 
and  the  UUP,  as  well  as  NYSPBA  (representing  the  APSU  bargaining  unit,  formerly  ALES, 
NYSCOPBA,  and  Council  82).    Generally,  the  contracts  provide  for  no  across‐the‐board  salary 
increases for FY 2012 through FY 2014, increases to employee health insurance contributions, 
and a temporary reduction in employee compensation through a DRP.  Employees will receive a  
2 percent salary increase in both FY 2015 and FY 2016, and, at the end of their contract term, 
the  value  of  FY  2013  deficit  reduction  adjustments.    The  PEF  and  NYSPBA  contracts  generally 
mirror  the  provisions  for  the  other  unions,  but  cover  a  four‐year  period,  whereas  the  others 
cover  a  five‐year  period.    PEF  and  NYSPBA‐represented  employees  will  receive  a  2  percent 
salary increase in FY 2015.   PEF‐represented employees will be repaid all DRP adjustments at 
the  end  of  their contract  in  lieu  of  the  $1,000  lump  sum  payment  per employee.   Employees 
represented  by  the  UUP  ratified  their  agreement  with  the  State  on  June  4,  2013.    The 
agreement  contains  no  general  salary  increases  until  2014  and  2015  when  there  will  be  
2  percent  general  salary  increases  awarded  in  each  year,  payments  to  be  awarded  by  the 
Chancellor,  and  performance  incentive  lump  sum  payments  awarded  by  campus  presidents.  
UUP‐represented employees will also have a DRP.  Employees in the unions that have reached 
settlements  with  the  State  received  contingent  layoff  protection  through  FY  2013  and 
continued  protection  for  the  remaining  term  of  the  agreements.    Reductions  in  force  due  to 
management  decisions  to  close  or  restructure  facilities  authorized  by  legislation,  SAGE 
determinations, or material or unanticipated changes in the State's fiscal circumstances are not 
covered by this protection. 
 

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LABOR SETTLEMENTS FOR PRIOR CONTRACT PERIODS
 
The Updated Financial Plan continues to identify a portion of the General Fund balance to cover 
the  costs  of  a  pattern  settlement  with  unions  that  have  not  agreed  to  contracts  for  prior 
contract periods.  The amount expected to be needed is calculated 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  related  to  prior  periods  will  not  exceed  the  amounts 
informally  designated  for  this  purpose.    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.    The  Updated  Financial  Plan  does  not  include  reserves  for  settlements  covering  the 
current contract period (i.e., starting in FY 2012). 
 

CURRENT 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 
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. 
 
DOB expects that the State will have sufficient liquidity to make payments as they become due 
throughout FY 2014, but that the General Fund may, from time to time on a daily basis; 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 and Sales Tax 
bonds, continues to be set aside as required by law and bond covenants.  The following table 
provides an estimate of month‐end balances for FY 2014.    
 

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ALL FUNDS MONTH‐END CASH BALANCES
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

April (Results)
May (Results)
June (Results)
July (Results)
August (Results)
September (Results)
October (Projected)
November (Projected)
December (Projected)
January (Projected)
February (Projected)
March (Projected)

General
Fund

Other
Funds

All 
Funds

6,379
3,744
4,805
4,407
3,642
6,273
5,478
4,076
5,747
7,190
6,481
1,803

3,175
3,765
2,684
2,671
3,312
1,539
2,753
3,036
1,081
2,816
3,096
2,306

9,554
7,509
7,489
7,078
6,954
7,812
8,231
7,112
6,828
10,006
9,577
4,109

 
PENSION AMORTIZATION
 
Under legislation enacted in August 2010, the State and local governments may amortize (defer 
paying) a portion of their annual pension costs beginning in FY 2011.  Amortization temporarily 
reduces  the  pension  costs  that  must  be  paid  by  public  employers  in  a  given  fiscal  year,  but 
results in higher costs overall when repaid with interest.  The legislation enacted a formula to 
set  amortization  thresholds  for  each  year.    The  amortization  thresholds  may  increase  or 
decrease by up to one percentage point annually.  Pension contribution costs in excess of the 
amortization  thresholds,  which,  in  FY  2014  will  be  12.5  percent  of  payroll  for  the  ERS  and  
20.5 percent for the PFRS, may be amortized.   
 
The Updated Financial Plan forecast assumes that the State will continue to amortize a portion 
of  its  pension  costs,  pursuant  to  the  FY  2011  legislation.    The  State’s  minimum  ERS  pension 
contribution  rate,  as  a  percentage  of  payroll,  was  9.5  percent  in  FY  2011,  10.5  percent  in  
FY  2012,  and  11.5  percent  in  FY  2013,  and  is  expected  to  be  12.5  percent  in  FY  2014.    DOB 
projects the rate to be 13.5 percent in FY 2015, 14.5 percent in FY 2016, and 15.5 percent in  
FY  2017.    The  FY  2018  amortization  threshold  is  projected  by  DOB  to  equal  the  normal 
contribution  rate  of  15.6  percent  of  payroll.    Therefore,  no  amortization  of  ERS  costs  is 
expected to be applicable for FY 2018 and beyond.   
 

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The State’s minimum PFRS pension contribution rate was 17.5 percent in FY 2011, 18.5 percent 
in FY 2012 and 19.5 percent in FY 2013.  DOB projects the rate to be 20.5 percent in FY 2014, 
21.5  percent  in  FY  2015,  22.5  percent  in  FY  2016,  and  23.5  percent  in  FY  2017.    The  PFRS 
amortization threshold is also projected to equal the normal contribution rate of 23.7 percent 
by FY 2018.  Therefore, no amortization of ERS costs are expected to be applicable for FY 2018 
and  beyond.    These  projected  contribution  rates,  however,  are  based  on  projected  market 
returns and numerous actuarial assumptions.  The next quinquennial study is scheduled to take 
place in 2015 and may result in material changes to the projections set forth herein. 
 
The  authorizing  legislation  also  permits  amortization  in  all  future  years  if  the  actuarial 
contribution rate is greater than the amortization thresholds.  In addition, the State is required 
to  begin  repayment  of  the  amounts  amortized  beginning  in  the  fiscal  year  immediately 
following the amortizations.  Repayment of the amortized amounts is required to be made over 
a  period  of  not  more  than  ten  years  at  an  interest  rate  to  be  determined  by  the  State 
Comptroller annually for amounts amortized in that year and with the rate fixed for the entire 
term of that amortization.     
 
In FY 2013, the State made pension payments to the NYSLRS of $1.217 billion.  The amortized 
amount  receivable,  including  accrued  interest,  is  $674.1  million.    In  addition,  OCA  made  its 
pension  payment  of  $189.4  million.    The  amortized  amount  receivable,  including  accrued 
interest,  is  $104.4  million.    The  $778.5  million  in  total  deferred  payments  will  be  repaid  with 
interest over the next ten years, beginning in FY 2014.   
 
For amounts amortized in FY 2011, FY 2012, FY 2013, and FY 2014, the State Comptroller set 
interest  rates  of  5  percent,  3.75  percent,  3  percent,  and  3.67  percent,  respectively.    The 
Updated  Financial  Plan  forecast  assumes  that  both  the  State  and  OCA  will  elect  to  amortize 
pension costs in future years, consistent with the provisions of the authorizing legislation, and 
repay such amounts at an interest cost assumed by DOB to be 3.67 percent (per annum) over 
ten years from the date of each deferred payment, consistent with the interest rate charged on 
the FY 2014 amortized amounts.   
 

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The following table, which summarizes pension contributions and projections for  future fiscal 
years,  reflects  the  “Normal  Costs”  of  pension  contributions  as  the  amount  the  State  would 
contribute to fund pensions before amortization, along with actual “New Amortized Amounts” 
in  prior  years  and  assumed  “New  Amortized  Amounts”  in  upcoming  years.    The  repayment 
costs  (principal  and  interest)  associated  with  these  amortizations  are  reflected  as  the 
“Amortization Payment.”  Consistent with these amortization assumptions, Part TT of Chapter 
57 of the Laws of 2010 requires that: (a) the State make additional contributions in upcoming 
fiscal  years,  above  the  actuarially  required  contribution,  and  (b)  once  all  outstanding 
amortizations are paid off, additional contributions be set aside as reserves for rate increases, 
to be invested by the State Comptroller and used to offset future rate increases.   
  
As noted above, DOB’s most recent pension contribution rate forecast assumes that the normal 
contribution rate will equal the amortization threshold in FY 2018.  Therefore, the State would 
not  have  the  option  to  amortize  any  of  its  pension  costs  in  2018,  or  in  the  immediately 
succeeding  fiscal  years.    Projections  in  the  following  table  are  based  on  certain  DOB 
assumptions about actuarial factors on investment earnings and benefits to be paid, and while 
DOB believes such assumptions to be reasonable, actual results may vary from the projections 
provided in the following table, and such variances could be substantial. 
 

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1

EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM AND POLICE AND FIRE RETIREMENT SYSTEM
PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS AND OUTYEAR PROJECTIONS

(millions of dollars)
Fiscal Year
2011 Results
2012 Results
2013 Results
2014 Projected
2015 Projected
2016 Projected
2017 Projected
2018 Projected
2019 Projected
2020 Projected
2021 Projected
2022 Projected
2023 Projected
2024 Projected
2025 Projected
2026 Projected
2027 Projected
2028 Projected
Source:  NYS DOB.

Normal Costs
1,552.8
2,041.7
2,085.3
2,543.5
2,509.9
2,103.4
1,883.4
1,886.4
1,904.1
1,941.1
1,967.0
1,980.7
1,968.1
1,942.0
1,913.3
1,870.1
1,838.0
1,831.2

2

New Amortized 
Amounts
(249.6)
(562.9)
(778.5)
(950.6)
(744.0)
(262.7)
(44.6)
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

Amortization 
Payment
0.0
32.3
100.9
192.1
292.7
379.9
410.7
415.4
416.0
416.0
416.0
383.6
315.1
223.8
123.2
36.0
5.2
0.0

Total 
1,303.2
1,511.1
1,407.7
1,785.0
2,058.6
2,220.6
2,249.5
2,301.8
2,320.1
2,357.1
2,383.0
2,364.3
2,283.2
2,165.8
2,036.5
1,906.1
1,843.2
1,831.2

1

Pension contribution values do not include pension costs related to the Optional 
  Retirement Program and Teachers' Retirement System for SUNY and SED, whereas 
  the projected pension disbursements in the Financial Plan tables presented in this 
  Updated Financial Plan include such pension disbursements.

Include payments from amortization prior to FY 2011.  Such prior amortization 
  payments will end in FY 2017.

 

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OTHER POST-EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
 
State employees become eligible for post‐employment benefits (i.e., health insurance) if they 
reach retirement while working for the State, are enrolled in the NYSHIP (or are enrolled in the 
State’s opt‐out program) at the time they have reached retirement, and have at least ten years 
of  NYSHIP‐benefits‐eligible  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 the GASB Statement 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 2013, 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  2013,  the  unfunded  actuarial 
accrued  liability  for  FY  2013  is  $66.5  billion  ($54.3  billion  for  the  State  and  $12.2  billion  for 
SUNY),  a  decline  of  $5.5  billion  from  FY  2012  ($5.4  billion  for  the  State  and  $0.1  billion  for 
SUNY).  The unfunded actuarial accrued liability for FY 2013 used an actuarial valuation of OPEB 
liabilities as of April 1, 2012 for the State and as of April 1, 2010 for SUNY.   These valuations 
were determined using the Frozen Entry Age actuarial cost method, and are amortized over an 
open period of 30 years using the level percentage of projected payroll amortization method.     
 
The annual OPEB cost for FY 2013 totaled $3.4 billion ($2.6 billion for the State and $0.8 billion 
for SUNY), a decline of $520 million from FY 2012 ($490 million for the State and $30 million for 
SUNY).  This cost is calculated using the Frozen Entry Age actuarial cost method, allocating costs 
on a level basis over earnings.  This was $2.0 billion ($1.4 billion for the State and $0.6 billion for 
SUNY)  above  the  payments  for  retiree  costs  made  by  the  State  in  FY  2013.    This  difference 
between the State’s PAYGO costs and the actuarially determined required annual contribution 
under  GASB  Statement  45  reduced  the  State’s  net  asset  condition  at  the  end  of  FY  2013  by  
$2.0 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 State 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 fund the actuarial required contribution for 
OPEB.  If the State began making the actuarial required contribution, the additional cost above 
the PAYGO amounts would be lowered. The State’s Health Insurance Council, which consists of 
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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. 

 
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 Financial Plan.   

 
UPDATE ON STORM RECOVERY
 
In August 2011, Hurricane Irene disrupted power and caused extensive flooding to various New 
York State counties.  In September 2011, Tropical Storm Lee caused flooding in additional New 
York State counties and, in some cases, exacerbated the damage caused by Hurricane Irene two 
weeks earlier.  Little more than one year later, on October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy struck 
the East Coast, causing widespread infrastructure damage and economic losses to the greater 
New York region.  The frequency and intensity of these storms presents economic and financial 
risks  to  the  State.    Major  disaster  response  and  recovery  activities  have  been  ongoing.    In 
January 2013, the Federal government approved approximately $60 billion in Federal disaster 
aid  for  general  recovery,  rebuilding  and  mitigation  activity  nationwide,  of  which  New  York 
anticipates  receiving  approximately  one‐half.    The  State  expects  to  receive  $5.1  billion  in 
extraordinary  Federal  assistance  during  FY  2014  specifically  for  Superstorm  Sandy  expenses.  
There  can  be  no  assurance  that  all  anticipated  Federal  disaster  aid  described  above  will  be 
provided to the State and its affected entities, or that such Federal disaster aid will be provided 
on the expected schedule.  

 
CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION
 
Climate  change  is  expected  to  cause  long‐term  threats  to  physical  and  biological  systems.  
Potential hazards and risks related to climate change for the State include, among other things, 
rising sea levels, more severe coastal flooding and erosion hazards, and more intense storms.  
Storms in recent years, including Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene, and Tropical Storm Lee, 
have demonstrated vulnerabilities in the State’s infrastructure, including mass transit systems, 
power  transmission  and  distribution  systems,  and  other  critical  lifelines,  to  extreme  weather 
events, including coastal flooding caused by storm surges.  Significant long‐term planning and 
investment by the Federal government, State, and municipalities are expected to be needed to 
adapt existing infrastructure to the risks posed by climate change.  

 
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FINANCIAL CONDITION OF NEW YORK STATE LOCALITIES
 
The fiscal demands on the State may be affected by the fiscal conditions of New York City and 
potentially other localities, which rely in part on State aid to  balance their budgets and meet 
their cash requirements.  Certain localities outside New York City, including cities, and counties, 
have  experienced  financial  problems  and  have  requested  and  received  additional  State 
assistance during the last several State fiscal years.  
 

BOND MARKET
 
Implementation  of  the  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, it can 
adversely  affect  the  State’s  overall  cash  position  and  capital  funding  plan.    The  success  of 
projected  public  sales  will,  among  other  things,  be  subject  to  prevailing  market  conditions.  
Future developments in the financial markets, as well as future developments concerning the 
State  and  public  discussion  of  such  developments,  generally  may  affect  the  market  for 
outstanding State‐supported and State‐related debt. 

 
CAPITAL COMMITMENT PLAN
 
The New York Works Task Force was formed in FY 2013 to assist in the coordination of long‐
term capital planning among State agencies and public authorities.  Consistent with the long‐
term planning goals of New York Works, the DOB formulated 10‐year capital commitment and 
disbursement  projections  for  State  agencies  as  part  of  the  FY  2013  capital  plan.    The  total 
commitment  and  disbursement  levels  permissible  over  the  10‐year  capital  planning  horizon 
reflect, among other things,  projected capacity under the State's debt limit, anticipated levels 
of Federal aid, and the timing of capital activity based on known needs and historical patterns.  

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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 since 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 is fully phased in at 5 percent during 
FY 2014. 
 
The  statute  requires  that  the  limitations  on  the  amount  of  State‐supported  debt  and  debt 
service costs be calculated by October 31 of each year and reported in the Mid‐Year Financial 
Plan.  If the actual amount of new State‐supported debt outstanding and debt service costs for 
the prior fiscal year are below the caps at this time, State‐supported debt may continue to be 
issued.  However, if either the debt outstanding or the debt service caps are met or exceeded, 
the State would be precluded from issuing new State‐supported debt until the next annual cap 
calculation is made and debt is found to be within the applicable limitations. 
 
For FY 2013, the cumulative debt outstanding and debt service caps are 4.00 and 4.98 percent, 
respectively.  As  shown  in  the  tables  below,  the  actual  levels  of  debt  outstanding  and  debt 
service  costs  continue  to  remain  below  the  statutory  caps.  From  April  1,  2000  through  
March  31,  2013  the  State  has  issued  new  debt  resulting  in  $37.5  billion  of  debt  outstanding 
applicable  to  the  debt  reform  cap.  This  is  about  $4.2  billion  below  the  statutory  debt 
outstanding limitation.  In addition, the debt service costs on this new debt totaled $3.7 billion 
in FY 2013, or roughly $3.0 billion below the statutory debt service limitation. 
DEBT OUTSTANDING CAP
(millions of dollars)
Dollar
Personal Income (CY 2012)1

DEBT SERVICE CAP
(millions of dollars)
Percent

1,041,931

Dollar
All Funds Receipts (FY 2013)

133,174

Percent

Max. Allowable Debt Outstanding2

41,677

4.00%

Max. Allowable Debt Service

6,637

4.98%

Debt Outstanding Subject to Cap

37,523

3.60%

Debt Service Subject to Cap

3,670

2.76%

Remaining Capacity

4,155

0.40%

Remaining Capacity

2,967

2.23%

1

 BEA
 Equal to 4 percent of CY Personal Income.

2

 

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Current  projections  estimate  that  debt  outstanding  and  debt  service  will  continue  to  remain 
below  the  limits  imposed  by  the  Act.    Based  on  the  most  recent  personal  income  and  debt 
outstanding  forecasts,  the  available  room  under  the  debt  outstanding  cap  is  expected  to 
decline  from  $2.4  billion  in  FY  2014  to  $720  million  in  FY  2017.    This  includes  the  estimated 
impact  of  the  bond‐financed  portion  of  capital  commitment  levels  included  in  DOB’s  10‐year 
capital  planning  projections.    Debt  outstanding  and  debt  service caps continue  to  include  the 
existing  SUNY  Dormitory  Facilities  lease  revenue  bonds,  which  are  backed  by  a  general 
obligation  pledge  of  SUNY.    Bonds  issued  under  the  newly  created  SUNY  Dormitory  Facilities 
Revenue  credit  are  not  included  in  the  State’s  calculation  of  debt  caps.    Capital  spending 
priorities and debt financing practices may be adjusted from time to time to preserve available 
debt capacity and stay within the statutory limits, as events warrant. 
 
DEBT OUTSTANDING SUBJECT TO CAP
(millions of dollars)
Year
FY 2013
FY 2014
FY 2015
FY 2016
FY 2017
FY 2018

Year
FY 2013
FY 2014
FY 2015
FY 2016
FY 2017
FY 2018

Personal
Income
1,041,931
1,070,620
1,127,009
1,181,754
1,240,533
1,303,500

TOTAL STATE‐SUPPORTED DEBT
(millions of dollars)

Debt Outstanding $ Remaining Debt as a % Remaining
Cap $ Since April 1, 2000
Capacity
% of PI
Capacity
41,677
37,523
4,155
3.60%
0.40%
42,825
40,432
2,393
3.78%
0.22%
45,080
43,639
1,442
3.87%
0.13%
47,270
46,517
753
3.94%
0.06%
49,621
48,902
720
3.94%
0.06%
52,140
50,657
1,483
3.89%
0.11%

Debt Outstanding Total State‐Supported
Prior to April 1, 2000
Debt Outstanding
15,011
52,534
13,661
54,093
11,940
55,579
10,560
57,077
9,019
57,921
7,503
58,161

All Funds 
Receipts Cap %

DEBT SERVICE SUBJECT TO CAP
(millions of dollars)
Debt Service
$ Remaining
Cap $ Since April 1, 2000
Capacity

TOTAL STATE‐SUPPORTED DEBT SERVICE
(millions of dollars)
Debt Service
Total State‐Supported
Prior to April 1, 2000
Debt Service

133,174
140,932
143,366
148,119
154,010
155,908

6,637
7,047
7,168
7,406
7,701
7,795

Cap %
4.00%
4.00%
4.00%
4.00%
4.00%
4.00%

4.98%
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%
5.00%

FY 2014 Mid‐Year Update 

3,670
3,925
4,211
4,594
4,988
5,328

2,967
3,121
2,958
2,812
2,712
2,468

DS as a
% of 
Revenue

% Remaining
Capacity

2.76%
2.79%
2.94%
3.10%
3.24%
3.42%

2.23%
2.21%
2.06%
1.90%
1.76%
1.58%

2,468
2,122
1,563
1,859
1,766
1,711

6,138
6,047
5,774
6,453
6,754
7,039

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SALES TAX REVENUE BOND PROGRAM
 
Legislation adopted with the FY 2014 Enacted Budget created a new Sales Tax Revenue Bond 
Program,  which  constitutes  State‐supported  debt  subject  to  the  Debt  Reform  Act  caps 
described  above.    The  legislation  created  the  Sales  Tax  Revenue  Bond  Tax  Fund,  a  sub‐fund 
within the General Debt Service Fund that provides for the payment of these bonds.  The new 
Sales  Tax  Revenue  Bonds  are  secured  by  the  dedication  of  payments  from  this  fund,  which 
receives  one  percent  of  the  State's  four  percent  sales  and  use  tax  receipts.    With  a  limited 
exception, upon the satisfaction of all of the obligations and liabilities of LGAC, the amount of 
sales  tax  receipts  directed  to  this  fund  will  increase  to  two  percent.  Tax  receipts  in  excess  of 
debt service requirements are transferred to the State’s General Fund.   
 
The Sales Tax Revenue Bonds will be used interchangeably with PIT bonds to finance most of 
the State’s capital needs.  Based on current projections and anticipated coverage requirements, 
the State expects to issue about $1 billion of Sales Tax Revenue Bonds annually.  The first sale 
of Sales Tax Revenue Bonds had a True Interest Cost of 4.214 percent and generated over $2.3 
billion in investor orders. 

SUNY DORMITORY FACILITIES REVENUE BOND PROGRAM
 
Legislation adopted with the FY 2014 Enacted Budget created a new bonding program for SUNY 
Dormitory  Facilities.    The  new  bonding  program  is  supported  solely  by  third  party  revenues 
generated by student rents.  All rental revenues flow to the newly created Dormitory Facilities 
Revenue Fund held by the Commissioner of Taxation and Finance, as assigned to DASNY for the 
payment  of  debt  service  without  an  appropriation.    Unlike  the  existing  program,  the  new 
program does not include a SUNY general obligation pledge, thereby eliminating any recourse 
to the State. Accordingly, such bonds are not classified as State‐supported debt for purposes of 
the Debt Reform Act. Future SUNY Dormitory Facilities capital needs will be funded through this 
new credit.  Under the legislation, the existing SUNY Dormitory Facilities lease revenue bonds 
and associated debt service will continue to be counted as State‐supported debt until they are 
refunded  into  the  new  program  or  are  paid  off  at  maturity.    The  first  bonds  under  the  new 
SUNY Dormitory Facilities credit were issued in August 2013. 

 

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FINANCIAL PLAN OVERVIEW
SECURED HOSPITAL PROGRAM
 
Under the Secured Hospital Program, the State entered into service contracts to enable certain 
financially distressed not‐for‐profit hospitals to have tax‐exempt debt issued on their behalf to 
pay for the cost of upgrading their primary health care facilities.  In the event of shortfalls in 
revenues to pay debt service on the Secured Hospital bonds (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  service  contracts  obligate  the  State to  pay  debt 
service, subject to annual appropriations by the Legislature, on bonds issued by the New York 
State  Medical  Care  Facilities  Financing  Agency  and  by  DASNY  through  the  Secured  Hospital 
Program.  As of March 31, 2013, there was approximately $421 million of bonds outstanding for 
this program. 
 
The  financial  condition  of  hospitals  in  the  State’s  Secured  Hospital  Program  continues  to 
deteriorate.    Of  the  six  remaining  hospitals  in  the  program,  two  are  experiencing  significant 
operating  losses  that  have  impaired  their  ability  to  remain  current  on  their  loan  agreements 
with DASNY.  In relation to the Secured Hospital Program, the State expects to pay debt service 
costs  of  $13  million  in  FY  2014,  approximately  $30  million  annually  for  FY  2015  through  
FY 2017, and $17 million in FY 2018.  These amounts are based on the actual experience to date 
of  the  participants  in  the  program,  and  would  cover  the  debt  service  costs  for  two  hospitals 
that currently are not meeting the terms of their legal agreements with DASNY, as well as the 
debt  service  costs  of  a  third  hospital  that  is  now  closed.    The  State  has  estimated  additional 
exposure of up to $44 million annually, if all hospitals in the program failed to meet the terms 
of their agreement with DASNY and if available reserve funds were depleted. 

SUNY DOWNSTATE HOSPITAL
 
To  address  the  deteriorating  financial  condition  of  SUNY  Downstate  Hospital,  legislation 
adopted  with  the  FY  2014  Enacted  Budget  required  the  Chancellor  of  SUNY  to  submit  to  the 
Governor  and  the  Legislature  a  Sustainability  Plan  for  the  Downstate  Hospital  on  or  before  
June 1, 2013, and upon approval by both the Commissioner of Health and the Director of the 
Budget, for the Chancellor of SUNY to initiate implementation of such plan by June 15, 2013.  
Specifically,  the  legislation  required  the  Sustainability  Plan  to:    1)  set  forth  recommendations 
necessary  to  achieve  financial  stability  for  Downstate  Hospital,  and  2)  preserve  the  academic 
mission  of  Downstate  Hospital’s  medical  school.    In  accordance  with  this  legislation,  the 
Chancellor  of  SUNY  submitted  a  Sustainability  Plan  for  Downstate  Hospital  on  May  31,  2013, 
and supplemented the plan with changes in a letter dated June 13, 2013.  The supplemented 
plan  was  approved  by  both  the  Commissioner  of  Health  and  the  Director  of  the  Budget  on  
June  13,  2013.    Generally,  the  approved  Sustainability  Plan  anticipates:    1)  a  significant 
restructuring  of  health  care  service  lines  at  University  Hospital  Brooklyn  in  order  to  achieve 
financial milestones assumed in the Plan, and supported by State financial assistance from the 
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State  Department  of  Health;  and,    2)  leveraging  the  LICH  asset  value  to  support  the  costs 
associated  with  Downstate  exiting  LICH  operations,  while  accommodating  continued  health 
care services consistent with the needs of the community. 
 
The plans for restructuring University Hospital Brooklyn are proceeding in accordance with the 
Sustainability Plan, and SUNY is currently evaluating proposals from qualified parties — via an 
RFP process — to purchase the LICH property and offer health care services in the community.  
However, ongoing litigation has delayed SUNY's plan to exit operations at LICH beyond the date 
anticipated  in  the  Plan.    This  has    increased  cash  flow  pressure  on  the  Downstate  Hospital 
enterprise  and  generated  operating  losses  at  LICH  in  excess  of  those  assumed  in  the  Plan.  
While  the  Sustainability  Plan  anticipated  the  potential  for  cash  flow  pressures  during 
implementation of the LICH exit plan, and included options for the State to provide cash flow 
relief within the 2013‐14 fiscal year, there is risk that the RFP process will not result in sufficient 
proceeds to fully support the costs for Downstate to exit LICH operations.   The results of the 
RFP process are expected to be known in November 2013. 

 

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Multi-Year
Financial Plan
Projections

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 First Quarterly Update 
Financial  Plan  described  in  this  Mid‐Year  Update.    This  section  includes  FY  2013  results  and 
projections for 2014 through 2017, with an emphasis on the FY 2014 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 the Updated 
Financial Plan.  Accordingly, in terms of outyear projections (FY 2015 through FY 2017), FY 2015 
is the most relevant from a planning perspective.   

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SUMMARY
 
DOB estimates that the Mid‐Year Update provides for a balanced General Fund Financial Plan in 
FY  2014,  and  leaves  projected  gaps  that  total  approximately  $1.74  billion  in  FY  2015  and  
$2.9 billion in both FY 2016 and FY 2017.  The net operating shortfall in State Operating Funds is 
projected at $1.7 billion in FY 2015, $2.7 billion in FY 2016 and $2.6 billion in FY 2017.3 
   
The following tables present the Financial Plan multi‐year projections, as well as reconciliation 
between the State Operating Funds projections and the General Fund budget gaps.  The tables 
are followed by a summary of the multi‐year receipts and disbursements forecasts. 
 

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  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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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
GENERAL FUND PROJECTIONS
GENERAL FUND PROJECTIONS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013 
Results

FY 2014 
Updated

FY 2015 
Projected

FY 2016 
Projected

FY 2017 
Projected

Total Receipts

54,568
3,566
649
58,783

57,264
3,308
1,071
61,643

58,476
3,595
768
62,839

62,050
2,776
723
65,549

65,153
2,797
726
68,676

DISBURSEMENTS
Local Assistance Grants
School Aid
Medicaid
All Other 

39,760
17,110
11,109
11,541

40,258
17,290
11,232
11,736

42,598
18,573
11,391
12,634

45,056
19,390
12,136
13,530

47,276
20,519
12,631
14,126

State Operations
Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service

7,856
6,130
1,726

7,568
5,686
1,882

7,819
5,852
1,967

8,117
6,113
2,004

8,214
6,129
2,085

General State Charges

4,550

4,922

5,328

5,604

5,873

6,794
1,647
916
2,846
340
1,045
58,960

8,702
1,646
1,227
1,813
971
3,045
61,450

8,861
1,165
1,384
1,338
971
4,003
64,606

9,682
1,452
1,400
1,311
971
4,548
68,459

10,248
1,345
1,799
1,279
971
4,854
71,611

RECEIPTS
Taxes (After Debt Service)
Miscellaneous Receipts/Federal Grants
Other Transfers

Transfers to Other Funds
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Mental Hygiene State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
All Other
Total Disbursements
RESERVES/RESERVED FOR:
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐11)
Community Projects Fund
Debt Management
Undesignated Fund Balance
BUDGET SURPLUS/(GAP) PROJECTIONS

FY 2014 Mid‐Year Update 

(177)
(206)
(9)
0
38
0

193
(32)
(25)
250
0
0

(25)
10
(35)
0
0

(21)
12
(33)
0
0

(1,742)

(2,889)

13
13
0
0
0
(2,948)

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STATE OPERATING FUNDS PROJECTIONS
FY 2014 MID‐YEAR UPDATE ‐ STATE OPERATING FUNDS PROJECTIONS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013 
Results

FY 2014 
Updated

FY 2015 
Projected

FY 2016 
Projected

FY 2017 
Projected

Total Receipts

64,932
20,141
85,073

67,924
19,853
87,777

69,672
20,383
90,055

73,883
19,542
93,425

77,547
19,731
97,278

DISBURSEMENTS
Local Assistance Grants
School Aid
STAR
Other Education Aid
Higher Education
Medicaid
Public Health/Aging
Mental Hygiene
Social Services
Transportation
Local Government Assistance
All Other

58,578
20,163
3,286
1,927
2,629
15,879
2,040
3,602
3,032
4,303
754
963

59,696
20,471
3,419
2,032
2,825
16,230
2,193
2,833
2,996
4,739
764
1,194

62,219
21,692
3,602
2,091
2,911
16,780
1,997
3,450
3,050
4,831
769
1,046

64,872
22,514
3,704
2,197
2,994
17,591
1,989
3,967
3,146
4,910
782
1,078

67,289
23,641
3,805
2,328
3,066
18,248
1,960
4,173
3,242
4,995
794
1,037

State Operations
Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service

17,683
12,403
5,280

17,844
12,366
5,478

18,275
12,642
5,633

18,877
13,078
5,799

19,185
13,210
5,975

6,437
1,601
1,720
1,409
1,707

7,058
1,982
1,824
1,491
1,761

7,533
2,256
1,945
1,531
1,801

7,954
2,418
2,060
1,651
1,825

8,287
2,446
2,232
1,788
1,821

6,138
8
88,844

6,060
11
90,669

5,805
5
93,837

6,482
5
98,190

6,783
5
101,549

4,283

2,848

2,105

2,052

1,625

RECEIPTS
Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts/Federal Grants

General State Charges
Pension Contribution
Health Insurance (Active Employees)
Health Insurance (Retired Employees)
All Other
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Net Other Financing Sources/(Uses)
NET OPERATING SURPLUS/ (DEFICIT)
RECONCILIATION TO GENERAL FUND GAP
Designated Fund Balances:
General Fund
Special Revenue Funds
Debt Service Funds
GENERAL FUND BUDGET GAP

FY 2014 Mid‐Year Update 

512

(44)

(1,677)

(2,713)

(2,646)

(512)
177
(736)
47

44
(193)
297
(60)

(65)
25
(95)
5

(176)
21
(204)
7

(302)

(1,742)

(2,889)

(2,948)

0

0

(13)
(268)
(21)

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ECONOMIC BACKDROP
THE NATIONAL ECONOMY
The persistent weakness that has plagued much of the current recovery appears to have rolled 
into the third quarter as well.  A measure of unexpected interest rate volatility may have been 
inadvertently  introduced  by  the  Federal  Reserve  in  the  wake  of  its  June  19th  meeting.  
Expectations swirled as to when the Federal Reserve would start to “taper” its long‐term asset 
purchases, resulting in an approximately 40 basis‐point increase in the 10‐year Treasury yield 
within a period of less than three weeks.  By early September, the 10‐year yield was flirting with 
its  highest  levels  in  over  two  years.    Higher  long‐term  rates  had  a  substantial  impact  on  the 
highly  interest  rate  sensitive  housing  market  recovery,  with  mortgage  applications  falling  86 
percent  in  the  third  quarter  after  a  21  percent  decline  in  the  second.    As  a  result,  both 
residential housing construction and real household spending appear to have weakened more 
in the third quarter than anticipated in the First Quarterly Update forecast.   
The  16‐day  Federal  government  shutdown  and  the  uncertainty  engendered  by  political 
wrangling in the nation’s capital are expected to reduce growth during the current quarter.  In 
contrast,  real  U.S.  export  growth  has  recently  been  stronger  than  anticipated,  supporting  the 
possibility that the global economy bottomed out earlier this year, while the drag from Federal 
fiscal  policy  and  the  sequester  should  diminish  by  early  2014.    Equity  markets  are  at  record 
highs and gasoline prices are at near‐term lows.  Due in part to these factors, DOB’s outlook for 
stronger growth in the coming year remains unchanged.  Real U.S. GDP growth of 1.5 percent is 
now projected for 2013, followed by growth of 2.4 percent for 2014.  
Consistent with weaker domestic final sales growth, recent employment gains have also been 
lower than anticipated in July.  Private sector job growth has been on a downward trend since 
the  end  of  2012,  but  that  trend  accelerated  in  the  third  quarter.      Average  monthly  private 
sector job gains fell from 212,000 in the first quarter of this year to 190,000 jobs in the second 
quarter  and  129,000  in  the  third.    The  largest  contributors  to  the  deceleration  have  been 
professional and business services and leisure and hospitality.  As a result, downward revisions 
have been made to employment growth for both 2013 and 2014.  Employment growth of 1.6 
percent is now projected for both 2013 and 2014.   
Consistent  with  slightly  weaker  job  growth,  estimated  growth  in  wages  and  total  personal 
income  for  the  current  year  and  next  year  have  also  been  revised  down,  although  weaker 
growth in wages is expected to be partially offset by stronger growth in some of the non‐wage 
components  of  income,  such  as  proprietor’s  and  dividend  income.    Growth  of  2.8  percent  is 
estimated  for  both  wages  and  personal  income  for  2013,  with  growth  accelerating  to  4.5 
percent for both measures in 2014.  The relatively large swing in income growth between 2013 
and 2014 reflects the shifting of income from 2013 into 2012 in advance of increases in the two 
top Federal marginal tax rates at the beginning of this year.  
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Recent U.S. Private Sector Employment Gains

Change from prior month (000s)

350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Apr-12 Jul-12 Oct-12 Jan-13 Apr-13 Jul-13

Source: Moody’s Analytics.

The  euro‐zone  appears  to  be  stabilizing,  leading  to  an  upward  revision  in  real  U.S.  export 
growth  to  2.7  percent  for  the  current  year.    However,  uncertainty  surrounding  domestic 
demand is expected to restrain private business spending by even more than anticipated in the 
July update forecast.  Real growth in private nonresidential fixed investment has been revised 
down to 2.4 percent for 2013.   With growth expected to remain weak over the near‐term, the 
Federal Reserve is likely to delay the tapering of its long‐term asset purchases into the first half 
of 2014 and will not start to raise its federal funds rate target until early 2015.  With gasoline 
prices at their lowest levels since the beginning of this year and the overall outlook for inflation 
remaining moderate, the central bank has room to maintain its accommodative stance well into 
the near future.  The growth in consumer prices for 2013 remains at 1.5 percent for 2013, but it 
has been revised down to 1.8 percent for 2014 in anticipation of continuing low energy prices. 
DOB’s economic outlook calls for weaker growth for the current year than was projected in July, 
followed  by  substantial  improvement  in  2014.    However,  there  are  significant  risks  to  this 
forecast.  The  sequester  is  estimated  to  have  had  a  substantial  negative  impact  on  the  labor 
market to‐date and could result in a larger decline in government spending than anticipated in 
the  coming  months,  resulting  in  a  greater  loss  of  government  jobs  or  private  jobs  related  to 
government procurement.  The global economy is expected to improve, but emerging market 
growth  remains  slower than  in  the earlier  phase  in  the  recovery.    Slower export growth  than 
expected  could  negatively  affect  growth  in  U.S.  corporate  profits,  investment,  and  jobs.    In 
contrast, faster global growth than expected could result in a faster upturn in the demand for 
U.S. exports.   
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U.S. ECONOMIC INDICATORS 
(Percent change from prior calendar year) 
 
 

 
2012 

2013 

2014 

(Estimated) 

(Forecast) 

(Forecast) 

Real U.S. Gross Domestic Product 

2.8 

1.5 

2.4 

Consumer Price Index (CPI) 

2.1 

1.5 

1.8 

Personal Income 

4.2 

2.8 

4.5 

Nonagricultural Employment 

1.7 

1.6 

1.6 

Source: Moody’s Analytics; DOB staff estimates. 

The  response  of  financial  markets  to  the  timing  of  Federal  Reserve  “tapering”  presents  a 
significant  headwind  to  national  economic  growth  in  2014,  particularly  given  the  lack  of 
experience on  which  to  draw.    Energy  prices  continue  to  be  volatile  and  present  both  upside 
and  downside  risk  to  the  household  consumption  forecast,  as  do  home  and  equity  price 
growth.  Finally, the cost to the economy of the government shutdown remains uncertain, but 
the preliminary evidence is not encouraging.  With the battle over the Federal budget and the 
debt ceiling pushed back to next January and February, displays of political gridlock like what 
emerged in early November represent substantial risk to economic activity in early 2014.   
 

THE NEW YORK STATE ECONOMY
The  State  economy  has  performed  well  in  the  context  of  a  challenging  national  and  global 
economic environment.  New York’s private sector labor market remains strong, continuing to 
exhibit  robust  growth  in  professional  and  business  services,  private  educational  services,  and 
tourism‐related  leisure  and  hospitality  services.    However,  New  York  has  not  been  entirely 
immune  to  the  national  slowdown.   Private  sector  employment  growth  of  1.4  percent  is 
projected  for  the  2013  calendar  year,  followed  by  growth  of  a  similar  pace  for  2014.    These 
growth  rates  represent  marginal  downward  revisions  from  July,  but  remain  above  historical 
averages.   
In  contrast  with  recent private  labor  market  trends,  public sector  employment  is  expected  to 
continue  to  decline  well  into  2014.    The  ongoing  downsizing  of  both  the  finance  and 
government sectors has been contributing to unusually weak income growth over the past two 
years.   In  advance  of  Federal  tax  increases  at  the  start  of  this  year,  a  sizable  magnitude  of 
wages,  dividends,  and  capital  gains  were  accelerated  into  the  fourth  quarter  of  2012.  
Consequently, it is more instructive to view State income growth on a fiscal year basis rather 
than  on  a  calendar  year  basis.   Weaker  growth  of  3.8  percent  is  now  estimated  for  the  State 
fiscal  year  in  progress,  but  offsetting  that  revision  is  stronger  growth  in  the  non‐wage 
components  of  personal  income.    On  balance, personal  income  growth  of  3.7  percent  is  now 
projected  for  2013‐14,  followed  by  growth  of  4.9  percent  for  2014‐15.  These  projections 
represent only marginal revisions from the July forecast. 
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NEW YORK STATE ECONOMIC INDICATORS 
(Percent change from prior State fiscal year) 
2012‐13 
(Actual) 

2013‐14 
(Forecast) 

2014‐15 
(Forecast) 

Personal Income 

2.9 

3.7 

4.9 

Wages 

3.0 

3.8 

4.5 

Nonagricultural Employment 

1.2 

1.1 

1.2 

Source: Moody’s Analytics; New York State Department of Labor; 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.  Recent events have demonstrated how 
sensitive  markets  can  be  to  shifting  expectations  surrounding  Federal  Reserve  policy.    The 
resulting market gyrations are likely to have a larger impact on the State economy than on the 
nation  as  a  whole.    Thus,  the  recent  volatility  in  long‐term  interest  rates  adds  an  additional 
degree of risk to the finance and insurance sector bonus forecast.  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  more  difficult  to 
estimate.   Securities  industry  revenues  have  in  the  past  been  a  useful  predictor  of  bonus 
payouts, but that relationship has become much more erratic in recent years.   
The estimation of taxpayer response to changes in Federal tax law creates an additional layer of 
uncertainty and risk to the forecast.  To the extent that 2013 base wages were shifted into the 
end  of  2012  to  avoid  rising  Federal  tax  rates,  2014  wage  growth  could  be  stronger  than 
expected.    In  contrast,  a  weaker  labor  market  than  projected  could  result  in  lower  wages.  
Similarly, should financial and real estate markets be weaker than anticipated, taxable capital 
gains  realizations  could  be  negatively  affected.   These  effects  could  ripple  through  the  State 
economy,  depressing  employment,  wage,  and  household  spending  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 bonuses 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.  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.  The following tables summarize the current receipts forecast. 
TOTAL RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
General Fund
State Funds
All Funds

FY 2014
Updated

58,783
90,303
133,175

Annual $
Change

61,643
93,393
140,932

Annual %
Change

2,860
3,090
7,757

4.9%
3.4%
5.8%

 
TOTAL RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
58,783

FY 2014
Updated
61,643

  Taxes
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants
  Transfers

43,283
3,504
62
11,934

42,453
3,306
2
15,882

(830)
(198)
(60)
3,948

STATE FUNDS

90,303

93,393

3,090

  Taxes
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

66,302
23,855
146

69,324
23,989
80

3,022
134
(66)

133,175

140,932

66,302
24,030
42,843

69,324
24,175
47,433

GENERAL FUND

ALL FUNDS
  Taxes
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

Annual $
Change
2,860

Annual %
Change
4.9%

FY 2015
Projected
62,839

Annual $
Change
1,196

‐1.9%
‐5.7%
‐96.8%
33.1%

43,158
3,595
0
16,086

3.4%

95,996

2,603

2.8%

4.6%
0.6%
‐45.2%

71,101
24,817
78

1,777
828
(2)

2.6%
3.5%
‐2.5%

7,757

5.8%

143,366

2,434

1.7%

3,022
145
4,590

4.6%
0.6%
10.7%

71,101
25,003
47,262

1,777
828
(171)

2.6%
3.4%
‐0.4%

705
289
(2)
204

Annual %
Change
1.9%
1.7%
8.7%
‐100.0%
1.3%

 
After controlling for the impact of tax law changes, base tax revenue is estimated to increase by 
4.6 percent for FY 2014 and 4.8 percent for FY 2015.   
 

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CHANGE FROM FIRST QUARTERLY UPDATE
Current  year  All  Funds  tax  receipt  estimates  are  unchanged  from  the  First  Quarter  Update. 
Miscellaneous  receipts  have  been  revised  down  by  $47  million,  virtually  all  due  to  the 
estimated impact of lower utility bills on 18‐a receipts. 
  
CHANGE FROM FIRST QUARTERLY UPDATE FORECAST
(millions of dollars)

1

GENERAL FUND

FY 2014
First
Mid‐Year
Quarter
Update
45,808
45,761

$
Change
(47)

%
Change
‐0.1%

FY 2015
First 
Mid‐Year
Quarter
Update
46,753
46,753

$
Change
0

%
Change
0.0%

  Taxes
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

42,453
3,353
2

42,453
3,306
2

0
(47)
0

0.0%
‐1.4%
0.0%

43,158
3,595
0

43,158
3,595
0

0
0
0

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

STATE FUNDS

93,440

93,393

(47)

‐0.1%

95,996

95,996

0

0.0%

  Taxes
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

69,324
24,036
80

69,324
23,989
80

0
(47)
0

0.0%
‐0.2%
0.0%

71,101
24,817
78

71,101
24,817
78

0
0
0

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

140,979

140,932

(47)

0.0%

143,366

143,366

0

0.0%

69,324
24,222
47,433

69,324
24,175
47,433

0
(47)
0

0.0%
‐0.2%
0.0%

71,101
25,003
47,262

71,101
25,003
47,262

0
0
0

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

ALL FUNDS
  Taxes
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants
1

Excludes Transfers.

MULTI-YEAR RECEIPTS
TOTAL RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Updated
61,643

FY 2015
Projected
62,839

Annual $
Change
1,196

FY 2016
Projected
65,549

Annual $
Change
2,710

FY 2017
Projected
68,676

Annual $
Change
3,127

  Taxes

42,453

43,158

705

46,037

2,879

48,502

2,465

State Funds

93,393

95,996

2,603

99,769

3,773

102,937

3,168

  Taxes

69,324

71,101

1,777

75,332

4,231

79,002

3,670

140,932

143,366

2,434

148,119

4,753

154,010

5,891

69,324

71,101

1,777

75,332

4,231

79,002

3,670

General Fund

All Funds
  Taxes

 
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  2015  are  expected  to  grow  consistently 
with the projected moderate growth in both the U.S. and New York economies. 

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REVENUE RISKS

Financial market volatility caused by interest rate uncertainty could result in higher or 
lower financial sector bonus payments than those embodied in the forecast. 
 
If  gasoline  prices  exceed  those  embodied  in  the  forecast,  more  disposable  consumer 
income  would  be  diverted  to  fuel,  decreasing  consumption  of  taxable  goods  and 
services. 
 
If European economic growth is more sluggish than expected, exports could fall, causing 
corporate profits and tax receipts to grow more slowly than expected. 
 
Consumer purchases and the housing market could be negatively impacted if long‐term 
interest rates rise faster than anticipated. 
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. 

PERSONAL INCOME TAX
PERSONAL INCOME TAX
(millions of dollars)

GENERAL FUND1

FY 2013
Results
26,884

  Gross Collections
  Refunds (Includes State/City Offset)
  STAR
  RBTF

47,443
(7,216)
(3,286)
(10,057)

50,496
(7,953)
(3,419)
(10,636)

3,053
(737)
(133)
(579)

6.4%
10.2%
4.0%
5.8%

52,678
(8,679)
(3,602)
(11,000)

2,182
(726)
(183)
(364)

4.3%
9.1%
5.4%
3.4%

STATE/ALL FUNDS

40,227

42,543

2,316

5.8%

43,999

1,456

3.4%

  Gross Collections
  Refunds (Includes State/City Offset)

47,443
(7,216)

50,496
(7,953)

3,053
(737)

6.4%
10.2%

52,678
(8,679)

2,182
(726)

4.3%
9.1%

1

FY 2014
Updated
28,488

Annual $
Change
1,604

Annual %
Change
6.0%

FY 2015
Projected
29,397

Annual $
Change
909

Annual %
Change
3.2%

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds PIT receipts for FY 2014 are projected to be $42.5 billion, an increase of $2.3 billion 
(5.8 percent) from FY 2013.  This primarily reflects robust growth in extension (i.e. prior year 
estimated)  payments  for  tax  year  2012  along  with  moderate  growth  in  withholding,  final 
returns,  and  delinquent  collections,  partially  offset  by  a  decrease  in  current  estimated 
payments for tax year 2013 and growth in total refunds. 
 
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Withholding  in  FY  2014  is  estimated  to  be  $1.1  billion  (3.5  percent)  higher  compared  to  the 
prior year.  This reflects the net impact of modest wage growth, partially offset by the negative 
impact  of  the  inflation  indexing  applied  to  income  tax  brackets  for  tax  years  2013  and  2014.  
Total estimated payments are expected to increase $1.7 billion (13.9 percent), driven by growth 
of  62  percent  ($2  billion)  in  extension  payments  for  tax  year  2012  (i.e.  prior  year  estimated), 
resulting  from  a  one‐time  realization  of  capital  gains  in  anticipation  of  increased  Federal  tax 
rates on capital gains effective for tax years 2013 and beyond.  Estimated payments for tax year 
2013 (i.e. current year estimated) are projected to decline by $283 million (3.1 percent) from 
the  prior  year  due  to  the  aforementioned  increase  in  capital  gains  realizations.    Delinquent 
collections  and  final  return  payments  are  projected  to  be  $87  million  (7.6  percent)  and  $163 
million (7.6 percent) higher, respectively.  
 
The  increase  in  total  refunds  of  $737  million  is  the  result  of  a  $189  million  (61.2  percent) 
increase  in  the  State/City  offset,  a  $486  million  (10.6  percent)  increase  in  prior  year  refunds 
related to tax year 2012, and a $62 million increase in refunds related to tax years before 2012 
(i.e., previous year refunds). 
 
General  Fund  income  tax  receipts  are  net  of  deposits  to  the  STAR  Fund,  which  provides 
property  tax  relief,  and  the  RBTF,  which  supports  debt  service  payments  on  State  personal 
income tax revenue bonds. General Fund income tax receipts for FY 2014 of $28.5 billion are 
expected  to  increase  by  $1.6  billion  (6  percent)  from  the  prior  year,  mainly  reflecting  the 
increase in All Funds receipts noted above. RBTF deposits are projected to be $10.6 billion and 
the STAR transfer is projected to be $3.4 billion. 
 
All  Funds  income  tax  receipts  for  FY  2015  of  $44  billion  are  projected to  increase $1.5  billion 
(3.4  percent)  from  the  prior  year.    This  increase  primarily  reflects  increases  of  $2.3  billion  
(7.1 percent) in withholding and $1.4 billion (16.2 percent) in estimated payments related to tax 
year 2014 (i.e. current year estimated) partially offset by a $1.6 billion (30.2 percent) decline in 
extension  payments  related  to  tax  year  2013  (i.e.  prior  year  estimated)  and  growth  in  total 
refunds  of  $726  million  (9.1  percent).    The  projection  for  tax  year  2014  estimated  payments 
reflects strong projected capital gains and dividend income growth following a deflated tax year 
2013  base.    The  significant  decline  in  tax  year  2013  extension  payments  stems  from  the 
aforementioned acceleration of capital gains that occurred into tax year 2012.   
 
Payments  from  final  returns  are  expected  to  decrease  $35  million  (1.5  percent),  while 
delinquencies are projected to increase $37 million (3.0 percent) compared to the prior year.  
The  increase  in  total  refunds  of  $726  million  primarily  reflects  a  $573  million  (11.3  percent) 
increase  in  prior  year  refunds  related  to  tax  year  2013  and  the  addition  of  the  middle  class 
family  tax  credit,  partially  offset  by  declines  of  $175  million  and  $82  million  in  the  State/City 
offset and refunds related to tax years before 2013 (i.e. previous year refunds), respectively. 
 

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General Fund income tax receipts for FY 2015 of $29.4 billion are projected to increase by $909 
million  (3.2  percent).    The  RBTF  and  STAR  deposits  are  projected  to  be  $11  billion  and  $3.6 
billion, respectively. 
 
The  following  table  summarizes,  by  component,  actual  receipts  for  FY  2013  and  forecast 
amounts through FY 2017. 
 
PERSONAL INCOME TAX FISCAL YEAR COLLECTION COMPONENTS
ALL FUNDS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

FY 2015
FY 2016
FY 2017
Projected Projected Projected

Receipts
Withholding
Estimated Payments
  Current Year
  Prior Year*
Final Returns
  Current Year
  Prior Year*
Delinquent
Gross Receipts

31,958
12,193
9,001
3,192
2,148
203
1,945
1,144
47,443

33,066
13,888
8,718
5,170
2,311
163
2,148
1,231
50,496

35,399
13,735
10,126
3,609
2,276
242
2,034
1,268
52,678

37,709
14,825
10,938
3,887
2,376
242
2,134
1,308
56,218

39,941
15,759
11,677
4,082
2,476
242
2,234
1,353
59,529

Refunds
Prior Year*
Previous Years
Current Year*
Family Tax Credit Rebate
State/City Offset*
Total Refunds

4,568
589
1,750
N/A 
309
7,216

5,054
651
1,750
N/A 
498
7,953

5,627
569
1,750
410
323
8,679

6,304
553
1,750
410
273
9,290

6,783
563
1,750
410
223
9,729

43,999

46,928

49,800

Net Receipts

40,227

42,543

*These components, collectively, are known as the "settlement" on the prior 
   year's tax liability.

 

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
PERSONAL INCOME TAX
(millions of dollars)
FY 2015
Projected
29,397

FY 2016
Projected
31,492

Annual $
Change
2,095

FY 2017
Projected
33,545

Annual $
Change
2,053

  Gross Collections
  Refunds (Includes State/City Offset)
  STAR
  RBTF

52,678
(8,679)
(3,602)
(11,000)

56,218
(9,290)
(3,704)
(11,732)

3,540
(611)
(102)
(732)

59,529
(9,729)
(3,805)
(12,450)

3,311
(439)
(101)
(718)

STATE/ALL FUNDS

43,999

46,928

2,929

49,800

2,872

  Gross Collections
  Refunds (Includes State/City Offset)

52,678
(8,679)

56,218
(9,290)

3,540
(611)

59,529
(9,729)

3,311
(439)

GENERAL FUND

1

1

Excludes Transfers.

All Funds income tax receipts for FY 2016 of $46.9 billion are projected to increase $2.9 billion 
(6.7  percent)  from  the prior  year.    This  change  primarily  reflects  increases  of  $2.3  billion  (6.5 
percent)  in  withholding,  $812  million  (8  percent)  in  estimated  payments  related  to  tax  year 
2015  (i.e.  current  year  estimated),  $278  million  in  extension  payments  for  tax  year  2014  
(i.e.  prior  year  estimated),  and  $100  million  in  final  returns  payments  for  tax  year  2014  
(i.e.  current  year),  partially  offset  by  a  $611  million  (7  percent)  increase  in  total  refunds.  
Delinquencies are projected to increase $40 million (3.2 percent) from the prior year.   
 
General Fund income tax receipts for FY 2016 of $31.5 billion are projected to increase by $2.1 
billion  (7.1  percent).    RBTF  deposits  are  projected  to  be  $11.7  billion  and  STAR  deposits  are 
projected to be $3.7 billion. 
 
All Funds income tax receipts are projected to increase by $2.9 billion (6.1 percent) in FY 2017 
to reach $49.8 billion, while General Fund receipts are projected to be $33.5 billion. 
 

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USER TAXES AND FEES
USER TAXES AND FEES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
9,112

FY 2014
Updated
6,548

Annual $
Change
(2,564)

Annual %
Change
‐28.1%

FY 2015
Projected
6,806

Annual $
Change
258

Annual %
Change
3.9%

8,423
443
246

5,866
431
251

(2,557)
(12)
5

‐30.4%
‐2.7%
2.0%

6,125
425
256

259
(6)
5

4.4%
‐1.4%
2.0%

STATE/ALL FUNDS

14,615

15,116

501

3.4%

15,674

558

3.7%

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

11,989
1,551
492
145
246
83
109

12,530
1,491
500
140
251
90
114

541
(60)
8
(5)
5
7
5

4.5%
‐3.9%
1.6%
‐3.4%
2.0%
8.4%
4.6%

13,086
1,466
504
143
256
100
119

556
(25)
4
3
5
10
5

4.4%
‐1.7%
0.8%
2.1%
2.0%
11.1%
4.4%

1

GENERAL FUND

  Sales Tax
  Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
  Alcoholic Beverage Taxes

1

Excludes Transfers.

 
All Funds user taxes and fees receipts for FY 2014 are estimated to be $15.1 billion, an increase 
of  $501  million  (3.4  percent)  from  FY  2013.    All  Funds  sales  tax  receipts  are  estimated  to  be 
$12.5 billion, an increase of $541 million (4.5 percent) from FY 2013.  The underlying sales tax 
base measured before the impact of law changes is estimated to increase by 3.2 percent.  Non‐
sales tax user taxes and fees are estimated to decrease by $40 million from FY 2013, mainly due 
to a decline in cigarette tax receipts ($60 million).  
 
General  Fund  user  taxes  and  fees  receipts  are  expected  to  total  $6.5  billion  in  FY  2014,  a 
decrease of $2.6 billion (28.1 percent) from FY 2013.  This decrease reflects an Enacted Budget 
accounting  change  that  will  first  deposit  25  percent  of  sales  tax  receipts  that  were  formerly 
directed to the General Fund into the new Sales Tax Bond Fund. The balance will be transferred 
to the General Fund after the payment of debt service. 
 
All Funds user taxes and fees receipts for FY 2015 are projected to be $15.7 billion, an increase 
of  $558  million  (3.7  percent)  from  FY  2014.    This  mainly  reflects  an  expected  increase  in  the 
sales  tax  base  due  to  higher  consumption  partially  offset  by  continued  declines  in  cigarette 
consumption.   
 
General  Fund  user  taxes  and  fees  receipts  are  projected  to  total  $6.8  billion  in  FY  2015,  an 
increase of $258 million (3.9 percent) from FY 2014 and reflect the All Funds changes discussed 
above. 
 
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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
USER TAXES AND FEES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2015
Projected
6,806

FY 2016
Projected
7,085

Annual $
Change
279

FY 2017
Projected
7,265

Annual $
Change
180

6,125
425
256

6,406
418
261

281
(7)
5

6,589
410
266

183
(8)
5

STATE/ALL FUNDS

15,674

16,257

583

16,620

363

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

13,086
1,466
504
143
256
100
119

13,677
1,436
507
151
261
101
124

591
(30)
3
8
5
1
5

14,065
1,405
510
149
266
101
124

388
(31)
3
(2)
5
0
0

GENERAL FUND1
  Sales Tax
  Cigarette and Tobacco Taxes
  Alcoholic Beverage Taxes

1

Excludes Transfers.

 
All Funds user taxes and fees are projected to be $16.3 billion in FY 2016 and $16.6 billion in  
FY 2017.  This predominantly reflects continued projected growth in the sales tax base partially 
offset by continued projected declines in cigarette consumption.  General Fund user taxes and 
fees are projected to be $7.1 billion in FY 2016 and $7.3 billion in FY 2017.  

BUSINESS TAXES
BUSINESS TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
6,253

FY 2014
Updated
6,348

Annual $
Change
95

Annual %
Change
1.5%

FY 2015
Projected
5,811

Annual $
Change
(537)

Annual %
Change
‐8.5%

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

2,624
686
1,346
1,597
0

2,914
596
1,418
1,420
0

290
(90)
72
(177)
0

11.1%
‐13.1%
5.3%
‐11.1%
0.0%

2,220
620
1,468
1,503
0

(694)
24
50
83
0

‐23.8%
4.0%
3.5%
5.8%
0.0%

STATE/ALL FUNDS

8,465

8,611

146

1.7%

8,152

(459)

‐5.3%

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

3,009
895
1,509
1,912
1,140

3,359
781
1,587
1,694
1,190

350
(114)
78
(218)
50

11.6%
‐12.7%
5.2%
‐11.4%
4.4%

2,687
807
1,644
1,789
1,225

(672)
26
57
95
35

‐20.0%
3.3%
3.6%
5.6%
2.9%

GENERAL FUND

 

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All Funds business tax receipts for FY 2014 are estimated to be $8.6 billion, an increase of $146 
million (1.7 percent) from the prior year.  The estimates reflect growth across all taxes except 
the corporate and utilities tax and the bank tax.   
 
All Funds corporate franchise tax receipts are estimated to increase $350 million (11.6 percent) 
from  FY  2013.    This  increase  is  mainly  attributable  to  higher  estimated  audit  receipts  and 
slightly stronger estimated gross receipts.  Audit receipts are expected to increase $273 million 
from the previous year.   
 
The  corporation  and  utilities  tax  is  expected  to  decline  $114  million  (12.7  percent)  from  
FY 2013.  Adjusted for the timing of a prior year telecommunications refund ($30 million), the 
decline  in  FY  2014  would  be  9.3  percent.    Two  large  telecommunications  sector  audits  were 
received in FY 2013.  This is the primary reason for the year‐over‐year decline in receipts.  Gross 
receipts are expected to show a slight decline from the previous year due to the end‐of‐session 
LIPA restructuring legislation.   
 
All  Funds  insurance  tax  receipts  are  estimated  to  increase  $78  million  (5.2  percent)  from  
FY 2013.  This reflects a return to growth from the improving economy.   
 
The  bank  tax  is  estimated  to  decline  $218  million  (11.4  percent)  in  FY  2014.    FY  2013  was  a 
record  year  for  bank  tax  receipts.    Gross  receipts  and  audits  are  estimated  to  be  lower  in  
FY 2014 than FY 2013.  The several large audit cases that were settled in FY 2013 and the strong 
growth in gross receipts (18.1 percent) are not expected to be repeated in FY 2014.   
 
Petroleum business tax receipts are expected to increase $50 million (4.4 percent) in FY 2014 
primarily  due  to  the  5  percent  increase  in  PBT  tax  rates  effective  January  2013  and  an 
anticipated 3 percent increase in PBT tax rates effective January 2014.   
 
General  Fund  business  tax  receipts  for  FY  2014  of  $6.3  billion  are  estimated  to  increase  by  
$95 million (1.5 percent) from FY 2013 results.  Business tax receipts deposited to the General 
Fund reflect the All Funds trends discussed above. 
 
All Funds business tax receipts for FY 2015 of $8.2 billion are projected to decrease $459 million 
(5.3 percent) from the prior year.  This decrease primarily reflects the first year of repayment of 
deferred tax credits to taxpayers.  Excluding this payback, FY 2015 receipts would be virtually 
unchanged from FY 2014. 
 
General  Fund  business  tax  receipts  for  FY  2015  of  $5.8  billion  are  projected  to  decrease  
$537 million (8.5 percent) from the prior year.  Business tax receipts deposited to the General 
Fund reflect the All Funds trends discussed above.    

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
ALL FUNDS BUSINESS TAX AUDIT AND NON‐AUDIT RECEIPTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2010
(Results)
2,511

FY 2011
(Results)
2,846

FY 2012
(Results)
3,176

FY 2013
(Results)
3,009

FY 2014
Mid‐Year
3,359

698
1,813

810
2,036

1,080
2,096

752
2,257

1,025
2,334

Corporation and Utilities Taxes

954

813

797

895

781

  Audit
  Non‐Audit

52
902

13
800

30
767

100
795

54
727

Corporate Franchise Tax
  Audit
  Non‐Audit

Insurance Taxes

1,491

1,351

1,413

1,509

1,587

  Audit
  Non‐Audit

35
1,456

38
1,313

21
1,392

35
1,474

21
1,566

Bank Taxes

1,399

1,179

1,392

1,912

1,694

  Audit
  Non‐Audit

290
1,109

239
940

125
1,267

404
1,508

193
1,501

Petroleum Business Taxes

1,104

1,090

1,100

1,140

1,190

  Audit
  Non‐Audit

10
1,094

7
1,083

6
1,094

5
1,135

6
1,184

Total Business Taxes

7,459

7,279

7,878

8,465

8,611

  Audit
  Non‐Audit

1,085
6,374

1,107
6,172

1,262
6,616

1,296
7,169

1,299
7,312

BUSINESS TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2015
Projected
5,811

FY 2016
Projected
6,301

Annual $
Change
490

FY 2017
Projected
6,523

Annual $
Change
222

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

2,220
620
1,468
1,503
0

2,573
636
1,523
1,569
0

353
16
55
66
0

2,691
652
1,540
1,640
0

118
16
17
71
0

STATE/ALL FUNDS

8,152

8,702

550

8,990

288

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

2,687
807
1,644
1,789
1,225

3,063
828
1,706
1,870
1,235

376
21
62
81
10

3,204
855
1,730
1,956
1,245

141
27
24
86
10

GENERAL FUND

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All  Funds  business  tax  receipts  for  FY  2016  and  FY  2017  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  increase  to  $8.7  billion  (6.7  percent)  in  FY  2016  and  to  $9  billion 
(3.3 percent) in FY 2017.  General Fund business tax receipts over this period are expected to 
increase to $6.3 billion (8.4 percent) in FY 2016 and $6.5 billion (3.5 percent) in FY 2017.   

OTHER TAXES
OTHER TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
1,034

FY 2014
Updated
1,069

Annual $
Change
35

Annual %
Change
3.4%

FY 2015
Projected
1,144

Annual $
Change
75

Annual %
Change
7.0%

  Estate Tax
  Gift Tax
  Real Property Gains Tax
  Pari‐Mutuel Taxes
  All Other Taxes

1,014
1
0
18
1

1,050
0
0
18
1

36
(1)
0
0
0

3.6%
‐100.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

1,125
0
0
18
1

75
0
0
0
0

7.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

STATE/ALL FUNDS

1,790

1,809

19

1.1%

1,954

145

8.0%

  Estate Tax
  Gift Tax
  Real Property Gains Tax
  Real Estate Transfer Tax
  Pari‐Mutuel Taxes
  All Other Taxes

1,014
1
0
756
18
1

1,050
0
0
740
18
1

36
(1)
0
(16)
0
0

3.6%
‐100.0%
0.0%
‐2.1%
0.0%
0.0%

1,125
0
0
810
18
1

75
0
0
70
0
0

7.1%
0.0%
0.0%
9.5%
0.0%
0.0%

1

GENERAL FUND

1

Excludes Transfers.

All  Funds  other  tax  receipts  for  FY  2014  are  estimated  to  be  $1.8  billion,  an  increase  of  $19 
million (1.1 percent) from FY 2013. This mainly reflects an increase of $36 million (3.6 percent) 
in  estate  tax  receipts,  partially  offset  by  a  decline  of  $16  million  (2.1  percent)  in  real  estate 
transfer tax receipts. The estate tax increase is the result of an expected return in FY 2014 to a 
number of super‐large estate payments (payments of over $25 million) consistent with  
long‐term  trends.  The  FY  2014  real  estate  transfer  tax  estimate  reflects  the  shift  of  transfers 
from  FY  2014  into  FY  2013  caused  by  uncertainty  surrounding  potential  Federal  tax  law 
changes, which more than offsets estimated improvements in FY 2014 market pricing. 
 
General Fund other tax receipts are expected to be nearly $1.1 billion in FY 2014, an increase of 
$35 million (3.4 percent) from FY 2013. This reflects the change in estate tax receipts described 
above. 
 

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All Funds other tax receipts for FY 2015 are projected to be just under $2 billion, an increase of 
$145  million  (8  percent)  from  FY  2014.  This  reflects  strong  projected  growth  in  both  the  real 
estate transfer and estate taxes. 
 
General  Fund  other  tax receipts  are  expected  to  total  more  than  $1.1  billion  in  FY  2015.  This 
reflects  an  increase  of  $75  million  (7.1  percent)  in  estate  tax  receipts  due  to  a  projected 
increase in household net worth. 
 
OTHER TAXES
(millions of dollars)
FY 2015
Projected
1,144

FY 2016
Projected
1,159

Annual $
Change
15

FY 2017
Projected
1,169

Annual $
Change
10

  Estate Tax
  Gift Tax
  Real Property Gains Tax
  Pari‐Mutuel Taxes
  All Other Taxes

1,125
0
0
18
1

1,140
0
0
18
1

15
0
0
0
0

1,150
0
0
18
1

10
0
0
0
0

STATE/ALL FUNDS

1,954

2,044

90

2,109

65

  Estate Tax
  Gift Tax
  Real Property Gains Tax
  Real Estate Transfer Tax
  Pari‐Mutuel Taxes
  All Other Taxes

1,125
0
0
810
18
1

1,140
0
0
885
18
1

15
0
0
75
0
0

1,150
0
0
940
18
1

10
0
0
55
0
0

1

GENERAL FUND

1

Excludes Transfers.

 
The FY 2016 All Funds receipts projection for other taxes is over $2 billion, an increase of $90 
million  (4.6  percent)  from  FY  2015.  Growth  in  the  estate  tax  is  projected  to  follow  forecast 
increases in household net worth. Receipts from the real estate transfer tax are also projected 
to increase, reflecting continuing growth in the residential and commercial real estate markets. 
 
The  FY  2017  All  Funds  receipts  projection  for  other  taxes  is  $2.1  billion,  an  increase  of  $65 
million  (3.2  percent)  from  FY  2016.  Moderate  growth  is  projected  in  estate  tax  collections, 
following  forecast  increases  in  household  net  worth.  Real  estate  transfer  tax  collections  are 
projected to grow as a result of increases in the value of real property transfers. 
 
General Fund other tax receipts for FY 2016 are projected to grow by $15 million (1.3 percent) 
entirely  due  to  the  modest  growth  in  the  estate  tax  noted  above.  General  Fund  other  tax 
receipts for FY 2017 are projected to increase by $10 million (0.9 percent), also due to the small 
estate tax growth noted above. 

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MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS
(millions of dollars)

GENERAL FUND
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

FY 2013
Results
3,566

FY 2014
Updated
3,308

Annual $
Change
(258)

Annual %
Change
‐7.2%

FY 2015
Projected
3,595

Annual $
Change
287

Annual %
Change
8.7%

3,504
62

3,306
2

(198)
(60)

‐5.7%
‐96.8%

3,595
0

289
(2)

8.7%
‐100.0%

0.3%

24,895

826

3.4%

0.6%
‐45.2%

24,817
78

828
(2)

3.5%
‐2.5%

STATE FUNDS

24,001

24,069

68

  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

23,855
146

23,989
80

134
(66)

ALL FUNDS

66,873

71,608

4,735

7.1%

72,265

657

0.9%

  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

24,030
42,843

24,175
47,433

145
4,590

0.6%
10.7%

25,003
47,262

828
(171)

3.4%
‐0.4%

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 $24.2 
billion  in  FY  2014,  an  annual  increase  of  $145  million  from  FY  2013  results,  or  less  than  one 
percent annually. 
 
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.  Accordingly, DOB typically plans Federal reimbursement to be received in the State 
fiscal  year  that  spending  occurs,  but  timing  sometimes  varies.    All  Funds  Federal  grants  are 
projected  to  total  $47.4  billion  in  FY  2014,  an  increase  of  $4.6  billion  from  FY  2013,  driven 
primarily  by  additional  Federal  funding  for  disaster  assistance  costs,  as  well  as  the  annual 
impact of increased Federal spending associated with the ACA. 
 
All  Funds  miscellaneous  receipts  are  projected  to  increase  by  $828  million  in  FY  2015,  which 
includes bond proceeds for capital projects.  All Funds Federal grants are projected to decrease 
by $171 million in FY 2015, driven primarily by the timing of Federal disaster assistance costs, 
the majority of which is expected to be disbursed during FY 2014. 

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MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS: CHANGE FROM FIRST QUARTERLY UDPATE FORECAST
(millions of dollars)

GENERAL FUND
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

FY 2014
First
Mid‐Year
Quarter
Update
3,355
3,308

$
Change
(47)

%
Change
‐1.4%

FY 2015
First
Mid‐Year
Quarter
Update
3,595
3,595

$
Change
0

%
Change
0.0%

3,353
2

3,306
2

(47)
0

‐1.4%
0.0%

3,595
0

3,595
0

0
0

0.0%
0.0%

STATE FUNDS

24,116

24,069

(47)

‐0.2%

24,895

24,895

0

0.0%

  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

24,036
80

23,989
80

(47)
0

‐0.2%
0.0%

24,817
78

24,817
78

0
0

0.0%
0.0%

ALL FUNDS

71,655

71,608

(47)

‐0.1%

72,265

72,265

0

0.0%

  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

24,222
47,433

24,175
47,433

(47)
0

‐0.2%
0.0%

25,003
47,262

25,003
47,262

0
0

0.0%
0.0%

 
 
All Funds miscellaneous receipts have been revised downward by $47 million in FY 2014.  The 
General Fund component of miscellaneous receipts in FY 2014 has been revised downward by 
$47 million due to the estimated impact of lower utility bills on 18‐a receipts. 
 
Federal  grants  projections  for  FY  2014  and  FY  2015  remain  unchanged  from  the  FY  2014  
First Quarterly Update. 
 
MISCELLANEOUS RECEIPTS AND FEDERAL GRANTS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2015
Projected
3,595

FY 2016
Projected
2,776

Annual $
Change
(819)

FY 2017
Projected
2,797

Annual $
Change
21

3,595
0

2,776
0

(819)
0

2,797
0

21
0

STATE FUNDS

24,895

24,437

(458)

23,935

(502)

  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

24,817
78

24,359
78

(458)
0

23,857
78

(502)
0

ALL FUNDS

72,265

72,787

522

75,008

2,221

  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

25,003
47,262

24,545
48,242

(458)
980

24,043
50,965

(502)
2,723

GENERAL FUND
  Miscellaneous Receipts
  Federal Grants

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All Funds miscellaneous receipts are projected to decline by $458 million in FY 2016, driven by 
the  decline  in  General  Fund  resources  transferred  from  SIF,  partially  offset  by  a  projected 
increase in miscellaneous receipts from bond proceeds available to fund capital improvement 
projects.  All  Funds  miscellaneous  receipts  decrease  by  $502  million  in  FY  2017,  driven  by  a 
projected decrease in miscellaneous receipts for capital projects, partially offset by increases in 
SUNY income and HCRA revenue collections. 
 
Annual Federal grants growth of $980 million in FY 2016 and $2.7 billion in FY 2017 is primarily 
due  to  growth  in  Medicaid  spending,  reflecting  the  continued  impact  of  spending  associated 
with the ACA. 

DISBURSEMENTS
Total  disbursements  in  FY  2014  are  estimated  at  $61.5  billion  in  the  General  Fund  and  
$90.7  billion  in  State  Operating  Funds.    Over  the  multi‐year  Financial  Plan,  State  Operating 
Funds  spending  projections  assume  Medicaid  and  School  Aid  will  grow  at  their  statutorily‐
indexed rates.  The FY 2014 Enacted Budget authorized a School Aid increase in excess of the 
personal  income  cap  for  SY  2014.    The  projections  do  not  reflect  any  potential  impact  of 
automatic Federal spending reductions that were triggered on March 1, 2013. 
 
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.  
Factors  that  affect  spending  estimates  vary  by  program.    For  example,  public  assistance 
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. 
 
Medicaid, education, pension costs, employee and retiree health benefits, and debt service are 
significant drivers of annual spending growth.   
   

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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 
$59.7 billion in FY 2014 and accounts for 66 percent of total State Operating Funds spending.  
Education  and  health  care  spending  account  for  approximately  two‐thirds  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
Forecast

MEDICAID
  Medicaid Coverage
   ‐ Family Health Plus Caseload
   ‐ Child Health Plus Caseload

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

4,812,715
446,259
344,000

5,176,084
467,246
356,000

6,110,639
0
368,000

6,169,418
0
380,000

FY 2017
Projected
6,198,080
0
392,000

  State Takeover of County/NYC Costs 
   ‐  Family Health Plus
   ‐  Medicaid

$1,613
$477
$1,136

$1,690
$528
$1,162

$1,665
$219
$1,446

$1,800
$0
$1,800

$2,168
$0
$2,168

EDUCATION
  School Aid (School Year) 
  Education Personal Income Growth Index

$20,236

$21,228

$21,950
3.4%

$22,784
3.8%

$24,037
5.5%

HIGHER EDUCATION
  Public Higher Education Enrollment (FTEs)
  Tuition Assistance Program Recipients

567,473
309,921

566,707
310,065

565,941
310,065

565,078
310,065

564,880
310,065

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
  Family Assistance Program
  Safety Net Program ‐ Families
  Safety Net Program ‐ Singles

259,739
122,805
191,764

249,528
118,706
185,777

243,345
115,450
184,815

238,262
112,747
184,361

233,706
110,279
184,385

90,209
38,564
39,565
12,080

93,162
40,888
40,120
12,154

96,144
43,290
40,650
12,204

99,036
45,576
41,150
12,310

101,000
46,954
41,650
12,396

MENTAL HYGIENE
Total Mental Hygiene Community Beds
   ‐  OMH Community Beds
   ‐  OPWDD Community Beds
   ‐  OASAS Community Beds
PRISON POPULATION (CORRECTIONS)

      54,617

      54,300

      54,000

      53,800

       53,700

Note: Dollar amounts in table are in millions.  

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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)
School Aid will increase by $992 million in School Year (SY) 2014, a 4.9 percent increase from  
SY  2013.    In  addition,  $75  million  of  competitive  grant  funding  is  provided  for  several  key 
initiatives  recommended  by  the  New  NY  Education  Reform  Commission  in  its  Preliminary 
Report  to  the  Governor,  including  pre‐kindergarten  and  extended  learning,  bringing  the  total 
annual education aid increase to $1.067 billion.  The Enacted Budget also included a two‐year 
appropriation that continues Education Law provisions to tie future School Aid increases to the 
rate of growth in New York State personal income.   
 
Projected  School  Aid  funding  is  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  grant  programs  to 
reward  school  districts  that  demonstrate  significant  student  performance  improvements  or 
undertake  long‐term  structural  changes  to  reduce  costs  and  improve  efficiency.    Allowable 
growth also includes increases in expense‐based aid programs (i.e., Building Aid, Transportation 
Aid) under existing statutory provisions.  Any remaining allowable growth is allocated pursuant 
to  a  chapter  of  law  for  purposes  including,  but  not  limited  to,  additional  spending  for 
competitive  grants,  increases  in  Foundation  Aid,  or  restoration  of  the  Gap  Elimination 
Adjustment.   

 
Based on updated estimates of personal income growth, School Aid is projected to increase by 
an additional $722 million in SY 2015 and $834 million in SY 2016.  School Aid is projected to 
reach an annual total of $24.0 billion in SY 2017. 
 

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SCHOOL AID AND NEW  NY EDUCATION REFORM INITIATIVES ‐ SCHOOL YEAR BASIS (JULY 1 ‐ JUNE 30)
(millions of dollars)
School Aid

SY 2013

SY 2014

Change

SY 2015

Change

SY 2016

Change

SY 2017

Change

$20,236

$21,228

$21,950

$834
3.8%
$0

$24,037

$75

$722
3.4%
$0

$22,784

$0

$992
4.9%
$75

$1,253
5.5%
$0

$20,236

$21,303

$1,067
5.3%

$22,025

$722
3.4%

$22,859

$834
3.8%

$24,112

New  NY Education Reform Initiatives
     Total 

$75

$75

$75

$1,253
5.5%

 

STATE FISCAL YEAR
The  State  finances  School  Aid  and  New  NY  Education  Reform  Initiatives  from  General  Fund 
receipts and from Lottery Fund receipts, including VLTs, which are accounted for and disbursed 
from a dedicated account.  Because the State fiscal year begins on April 1, the State typically 
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 on a State fiscal year basis. 
 
SCHOOL AID AND EDUCATION REFORM AID ‐ STATE FISCAL YEAR BASIS 
(millions of dollars)

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS
General Fund Local Assistance 
General Fund Lottery Aid Guarantee
Core Lottery Aid
VLT Lottery Aid
VLT Aid Balance Roll
Other Lottery Fund Resources

FY 2013
Results
20,163
17,110
0
2,217
857
(21)
0

FY 2014
Updated
20,471
17,289
10
2,230
881
21
40

Change
1.5%
1.0%
N/A
0.6%
2.8%
N/A
N/A

FY 2015
Projected

Change

21,692
18,573
0
2,225
894
0
0

6.0%
7.4%
N/A
‐0.2%
1.5%
N/A
N/A

FY 2016
Projected
22,514
19,390
0
2,227
897
0
0

Change
3.8%
4.4%
0.0%
0.1%
0.3%
0.0%
0.0%

FY 2017
Projected

Change

23,641
20,519
0
2,225
897
0
0

5.0%
5.8%
0.0%
‐0.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

 
 
State  spending  for  School  Aid  and  New  NY  Education  Reform  Initiatives  is  projected  to  total 
$20.5 billion in FY 2014.  In future years, receipts available to finance this category of aid from 
core lottery sales are projected to remain stable, while VLT receipts are anticipated to increase 
through  FY  2015  as  a  result  of  the  recent  implementation of  the  VLT  facility at  the  Aqueduct 
Racetrack.  In addition to State aid, school districts receive approximately $3 billion annually in 
Federal categorical aid. 

 

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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; pre‐kindergarten 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  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  
50 professions. 
 
OTHER EDUCATION
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS
Special Education
All Other Education

1,927
1,352
575

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

FY 2017
Projected

Change

2,032
1,418
614

5.4%
4.9%
6.8%

2,091
1,522
569

2.9%
7.3%
‐7.3%

2,197
1,626
571

5.1%
6.8%
0.4%

2,328
1,751
577

6.0%
7.7%
1.1%

 
 
Special education growth is primarily driven by an increase in program costs and enrollment for 
preschool special education and the summer school special education programs.  The increase 
in  other  education  spending  for  FY  2014  over  FY  2013  is  driven  primarily  by  one‐time  costs 
associated with targeted aid and grants, which are not projected to continue beyond FY 2014.   
 
In order to enhance oversight of the preschool special education program, the FY 2014 Enacted 
Budget also supports the expansion of State and county audit capabilities and the development 
of data systems to enhance analysis of available program data.

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SCHOOL TAX RELIEF PROGRAM
 
The STAR program provides school tax relief to taxpayers.  The three components of STAR and 
their  approximate  shares  in  FY  2014  are:  the  basic  school  property  tax  exemption  for 
homeowners  with  income  under  $500,000  (55  percent),  the  enhanced  school  property  tax 
exemption for senior citizen homeowners with income under $79,050 (27 percent), and a flat 
refundable  credit  and  rate  reduction  for  income‐eligible  New  York  City  resident  personal 
income taxpayers (18 percent).   
SCHOOL TAX RELIEF (STAR)
(millions of dollars)

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS
Basic Exemption
Enhanced (Seniors)
New York City PIT

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

FY 2017
Projected

Change

3,286
1,857
841
588

3,419
1,896
912
611

4.0%
2.1%
8.4%
3.9%

3,602
1,997
986
619

5.4%
5.3%
8.1%
1.3%

3,704
2,052
1,014
638

2.8%
2.8%
2.8%
3.1%

3,805
2,106
1,040
659

2.7%
2.6%
2.6%
3.3%

 
 
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 will receive a $63,300 exemption in 
FY  2014.    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  FY  2014  Enacted  Budget  established  a  STAR  re‐registration  and  anti‐fraud  program.    This 
program  is  expected  to  eliminate  waste,  fraud  and  abuse  in  the  STAR  exemption  by  
(1) authorizing the Department of Taxation and Finance to require all recipients of a Basic STAR 
exemption to be registered with the Department, and (2) strengthening the penalties for fraud 
while tightening the standards and procedures for determining eligibility.  
 
  

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HIGHER EDUCATION
Local assistance for higher education spending includes funding for CUNY, SUNY and HESC.  The 
State provides assistance for 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.   
 
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 capital projects at SUNY and CUNY 
are expected to total about $1.4 billion in FY 2014.   
 
HESC  administers  the  TAP  program  that  provides  awards  to  income‐eligible  students.    It  also 
provides centralized processing for other student financial aid programs, and offers prospective 
students  information  and  guidance  on  how  to  finance  a  college  education.    The  financial  aid 
programs  that  the  Corporation  administers  are  funded  by  the  State  and  the  Federal 
government.   
 
Annual growth by CUNY in FY 2014 reflects the net impact of enrollment changes at community 
colleges,  additional  fringe  benefit  costs,  and  the  timing  of  aid  payments  across  State  fiscal 
years.  Growth in HESC reflects the rising cost of higher education tuition and the consequent 
demand  for  increased  tuition  assistance.    SUNY  local  assistance  reflects  an  increase  in 
community college aid, which fully annualizes in the outyears. 
 
HIGHER EDUCATION
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS

2,629

2,825

7.5%

2,911

3.0%

2,994

Change
2.9%

City University
City University
Community College

1,220
1,026
194

1,345
1,130
215

10.2%
10.1%
10.8%

1,401
1,185
216

4.2%
4.9%
0.5%

1,470
1,254
216

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

947
893
14
40

1,004
948
12
44

6.0%
6.2%
‐14.3%
10.0%

1,018
959
12
47

1.4%
1.2%
0.0%
6.8%

State University
State University
Other/Cornell

462
457
5

476
472
4

3.0%
3.3%
‐20.0%

492
486
6

3.4%
3.0%
50.0%

Change

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

Change

3,066

2.4%

4.9%
5.8%
0.0%

1,548
1,332
216

5.3%
6.2%
0.0%

1,032
972
12
48

1.4%
1.4%
0.0%
2.1%

1,026
966
12
48

‐0.6%
‐0.6%
0.0%
0.0%

492
486
6

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

492
486
6

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

Note:  State support for SUNY four‐year institutions is funded through State operations rather than local assistance.

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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  government‐
financed  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  (a  State‐administered  program  to  provide  comprehensive  health  insurance  for  low‐
income  families  which  do  not  meet  certain  Medicaid‐eligibility  thresholds),  and  services 
provided  in  a  variety  of  community‐based  settings  (including  mental  health,  substance  abuse 
treatment, developmental disabilities services, school‐based services and foster care services).  
The State share of Medicaid spending is budgeted and expended principally through DOH, but 
State share Medicaid spending also appears in the Financial Plan estimates for mental hygiene 
agencies,  child  welfare  programs  and  the  Department  of  Corrections  and  Community 
Supervision. 
 

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  State’s 
Medicaid  spending  is  projected  to  total  approximately  $55.7  billion  in  FY  2014,  including  the 
local contribution.    
   
The FY 2014 Enacted Budget includes the continuation of the Medicaid spending cap enacted in  
FY 2012, and recommends funding consistent with its provisions.  The cap is based on the ten‐
year rolling average of the medical component of the CPI.  Statutory changes approved with the 
FY  2012  Enacted  Budget  to  grant  the  Executive  certain  administrative  powers  to  help  hold 
Medicaid  spending  to  the  capped  level  were  amended  through  legislation  included  in  the  
FY  2014  Enacted  Budget  to  provide  flexibility  to  adjust  Medicaid  projections  to  meet 
unanticipated  costs  resulting  from  the  event  of  a  natural  or  other  type  of  disaster.    The 
statutory  provisions  of  the  Medicaid  spending  cap  have  been  extended  through  FY  2015, 
pursuant  to  authorization  included  in  the  FY  2014  Enacted  Budget.    The  cap  itself  remains  in 
place, and the Financial Plan assumes that statutory authority will be extended in subsequent 
years. 
 
Based  on  updated  data,  the  allowable  growth  under  the  cap  is  3.9  percent.    The  FY  2014 
Enacted Budget also eliminated the FHP program effective January 1, 2015.  The majority of the 
population receiving health care benefits through FHP will begin receiving more robust health 
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care  benefits  through  the  Medicaid  program,  pursuant  to  new  Medicaid  eligibility  thresholds 
and  increased  Federal  payments  pursuant  to  the  ACA.    The  remaining  FHP  population,  those 
above  Medicaid  levels,  will  be  eligible  for  Federal  tax  credits  in  the  New  York  State  Health 
Benefit Exchange and the State will pay remaining out‐of‐pocket costs for these individuals up 
to previous FHP levels.  The proposed transition to the Exchange is expected to provide savings 
to the State of $59.0 million in FY 2015. 
 
TOTAL STATE‐SHARE MEDICAID DISBURSEMENTS1
(millions of dollars)

Department of Health
DOH State Share 
Local Assistance
State Operations2

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

15,900
15,879
21

16,421
16,230
191

16,977
16,780
197

17,805
17,591
214

18,474
18,248
226

556
3.4%

828
4.9%

Annual $ Change ‐ DOH Only
Annual % Change ‐ DOH Only
Other State Agencies
Mental Hygiene
Foster Care
Education
Corrections
Total State Share (All Agencies)
Annual $ Change ‐ Total State Share
Annual % Change ‐ Total State Share

521
3.3%

669
3.8%

4,758
89
17
0

4,902
87
0
12

5,429
90
0
12

6,020
94
0
12

6,140
98
0
12

20,764

21,422
658
3.2%

22,508
1,086
5.1%

23,931
1,423
6.3%

24,724
793
3.3%

1

Medicaid services growth is indexed to the 10‐year average of CPI Medical, currently 3.9 percent.  Financial Plan 
spending is adjusted for the inclusion of Medicaid State Operations spending (formerly outside the Medicaid 
Cap), which is supporting expanded functions pursuant to the phased‐in takeover of local administrative 
responsibilities, and the decision of Monroe County to participate in the Medicaid local cap program, rather than 
continuing the sales tax intercept option.  Finally, the State Share of Medicaid is adjusted for increased Federal 
Financial Participation beginning in January 2014.

2

Increased State Operations costs in FY 2014 reflects the transfer of the Office of Health Insurance Programs to 
Medicaid from Public Health without new spending.

 
 
Factors affecting the level of Medicaid spending growth that must be managed within the cap 
include  Medicaid  enrollment,  costs  of  provider  health  care  services  (particularly  in  managed 
care) and levels of utilization.  The number of Medicaid recipients, including FHP, is expected to 
exceed 5.6 million at the end of FY 2014, an increase of 7.3 percent from the FY 2013 caseload 
of 5.3 million, a result mainly attributable to expanded eligibility pursuant to the ACA.  Under 
the  provisions  of  the  ACA,  the  Federal  government  is  expected  to  finance  a  greater  share  of 
Medicaid costs, the impact of which is expected to lower future growth in the State share of 
Medicaid costs beginning in FY 2014. 
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Total State share Medicaid, which includes Medicaid costs of State agencies in addition to DOH, 
reflects  downward  spending  adjustments  of  $820  million  in  FY  2014,  $535  million  in  
FY  2015,  and  $357  million  thereafter.    This  is  attributable  to  the  impact  of  reduced  Federal 
revenue  associated  with  the  reimbursement  of  Medicaid  costs  at  State‐operated  facilities 
providing  developmental  disability  services.    To  compensate  for  the  reduced  Federal 
reimbursement for services provided, the State is undertaking various actions to reduce overall 
costs while minimizing any impact on service delivery.  These actions include shifting a portion 
of OPWDD Medicaid costs to DOH, the impact of which is expected to be managed on a neutral 
Financial  Plan  basis  through  the  implementation  of  several  actions,  including  comprehensive 
program reforms consistent with other states to generate Federal reimbursement for services 
already  being  provided,  and  the  management  of  certain  MRT  investment  initiatives.    These 
savings are valued at $730 million in FY 2014, $445 million in FY 2015, and $267 million in each 
of FYs  2016 and 2017,  and are part of the Mental Hygiene Stabilization Fund within the DOH 
global spending cap. 
 
The FY 2013 Enacted Budget included authorization for the State to take over administration of 
the  Medicaid  program,  and  to  cap  spending  on  local  Medicaid  administration  at  FY  2012 
appropriation levels.  The FY 2013 Enacted Budget also provided Medicaid spending relief for all 
counties and New York City by reducing growth in local Medicaid payments.  These changes are 
expected to provide fiscal and administrative relief to local governments.   
 
As allowed under the FY 2013 Enacted Budget legislation, Monroe County, which had previously 
authorized a State intercept of sales tax in lieu of payment for its portion of the local share of 
Medicaid, chose to enter the Medicaid local cap program effective February 1, 2013.  Monroe 
County is expected to benefit in the long‐term from entering the local cap program, as future 
costs  associated  with  its  Medicaid  growth  will  be  paid  for  by  the  State  under  the  phased‐in 
takeover initiative.   
 
The State share of DOH Medicaid spending is comprised of the General Fund, HCRA, provider 
assessment revenue, and indigent care payments.  The following table provides information on 
the financing sources for State Medicaid spending (more information on HCRA can be found in 
the section entitled "HCRA Financial Plan"). 
 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH MEDICAID1

STATE OPERATING FUNDS
Total General Fund ‐ Local
Total General Fund ‐ State Operations
Other State Funds Support
HCRA Financing
Indigent Care Support
Provider Assessment Revenue
Other
1

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

15,900
11,109
21
4,770
3,214
767
783
6

16,421
11,232
191
4,998
3,437
776
785
0

3.3%
1.1%
809.5%
4.8%
6.9%
1.2%
0.3%
‐100.0%

16,977
11,391
197
5,389
3,812
792
785
0

Change
3.4%
1.4%
3.1%
7.8%
10.9%
2.1%
0.0%
0.0%

FY 2016
Projected
17,805
12,136
214
5,455
3,878
792
785
0

Change

FY 2017
Projected

4.9%
6.5%
8.6%
1.2%
1.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

18,474
12,631
226
5,617
4,040
792
785
0

Change
3.8%
4.1%
5.6%
3.0%
4.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

Does not include Medicaid spending in other State agencies, transfers, or the local government share of total Medicaid program spending.

 
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The  FY  2014  Enacted  Budget  transferred  all  administrative  costs,  including  those  State 
resources associated with the local Medicaid takeover program, from the Public Health budget 
to  the  Medicaid  budget.    This  change  will  align  operational  resources  with  programmatic 
responsibilities,  and  provide  the  necessary  flexibility  for  meeting  emerging  needs  during  the 
course of the year.  Using additional efficiencies gained from the local Medicaid takeover, this 
change is expected to avoid State General Fund costs of approximately $32 million in FY 2014, 
$50  million  in  FY  2015,  and  $67  million  annually  thereafter,  without  placing  additional  fiscal 
pressure on the Medicaid Global Cap. 
 
Ongoing  MRT  efforts  have  identified  a  variety  of  other  programmatic  efficiencies  and  re‐
investments  which  are  expected  to  improve  overall  service  delivery  within  the  health  care 
industry,  but  which  are  not  expected  to  have  a  significant  net  financial  impact  on  the  State’s 
Medicaid program. 
 

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PUBLIC HEALTH/AGING PROGRAMS
Public  Health  includes  the  EPIC  program  that  provides  prescription  drug  insurance  to  low‐
income seniors, the CHP program that finances health insurance coverage for children of low‐
income  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 State Office for the Aging 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. 
 
PUBLIC HEALTH AND AGING
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

FY 2017
Projected

Change

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS

2,040

2,193

7.5%

1,997

‐8.9%

1,989

‐0.4%

1,960

‐1.5%

Public Health

1,927

2,079

7.9%

1,877

‐9.7%

1,862

‐0.8%

1,828

‐1.8%

Child Health Plus
General Public Health Work
EPIC
Early Intervention

364
247
98
144

380
186
170
151

4.4%
‐24.7%
73.5%
4.9%

446
237
207
167

17.4%
27.4%
21.8%
10.6%

378
233
237
171

‐15.2%
‐1.7%
14.5%
2.4%

304
238
258
171

‐19.6%
2.1%
8.9%
0.0%

HCRA Program Account
F‐SHRP

442
249

431
384

‐2.5%
54.2%

429
0

‐0.5%
‐100.0%

441
0

2.8%
0.0%

441
0

0.0%
0.0%

383

377

‐1.6%

391

3.7%

402

2.8%

416

3.5%

113

114

0.9%

120

5.3%

127

5.8%

132

3.9%

     All Other
Aging

 
 
Many  public  health  programs,  such  as  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. 
 
Spending growth in the CHP program through FY 2015 largely reflects costs associated with the 
expectation of additional caseload growth under the ACA.  As CHP enrollment increases, initial 
costs  to  the  State  are  expected;  however,  these  costs  are  expected  to  decrease  beginning  in  
FY 2016 when enhanced Federal participation rates become effective.   
 
Increased  State  support  for  the  EPIC  program,  which  was  authorized  in  the  FY  2013  Enacted 
Budget  to  provide  coverage  of  Medicare  Part  D  co‐payments  and  co‐insurance  for  enrollees 
outside of the existing coverage gap, is also driving a substantial portion of spending growth, as 

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this change took effect on January 1, 2013.  Increased spending for expanded EPIC coverage, as 
well as growth due to the rising costs of prescription drug medication, is expected to be partly 
financed by additional revenue generated from rebates received from drug manufacturers. 
 
The  F‐SHRP  program,  which  is  Federal  funding  provided  to  the  State  on  a  time‐limited  basis 
through a Federal waiver under terms and conditions aimed at improving the delivery of health 
care  services,  is  expected  to  terminate  at  the  end  of  FY  2014.    Spending  growth  in  FY  2014 
reflects the anticipation of peak utilization prior to the expiration of funding.  
 
The  year‐over‐year  decrease  for  GPHW  in  FY  2014  reflects  revised  spending  assumptions 
associated with reduced municipal claiming on various services. 
 
 
 

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HCRA FINANCIAL PLAN
 
HCRA  was  established  in  1996  to  help  finance  a  portion  of  State  health  care  activities.  
Extensions and modifications to HCRA have financed new health care programs, including FHP, 
and provided additional funding for the expansion of existing programs such as CHP.  HCRA has 
also provided additional financing for the health care industry, including investments in worker 
recruitment and retention, and the HEAL NY program for capital improvements to health care 
facilities. 
 
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.  
Total HCRA revenues are estimated to grow by approximately 3.3 percent on an annual basis 
during the Financial Plan period. 
 
In  addition  to  FHP,  CHP,  and  HEAL  NY,  HCRA  helps  fund  Medicaid,  EPIC,  physician  excess 
medical malpractice insurance, and Indigent Care payments, which provide funding to hospitals 
serving a disproportionate share of individuals without health insurance. 
 
The  FY  2014  Enacted  Budget  included  reductions  to  various  public  health  programs  and  the 
shift  of  funding  for  certain  programs  between  HCRA  and  the  General  Fund.    The  shifts  are 
expected to lower spending in HCRA by approximately $145 million in FY 2014 and $175 million 
thereafter and increase the General Fund spending by the same amount. 
 
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  reauthorizations  of  HCRA  in  prior  years  maintained  HCRA’s  balance 
without the need for automatic spending reductions. 
 
Given  the  inter‐relationship  between  the  General  Fund  and  HCRA,  any  balances  in  HCRA  are 
typically eliminated by adjusting the level of Medicaid disbursements that HCRA finances.  This 
reduces costs that otherwise would have been paid for by the General Fund.  Conversely, any 
shortfall in HCRA is expected to be financed by the General Fund. 

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
HCRA FINANCIAL PLAN FY 2013 THROUGH FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

3

18

0

0

0

TOTAL RECEIPTS
Surcharges
Covered Lives Assessment
Cigarette Tax Revenue
Conversion Proceeds
Hospital Assessments
NYC Cigarette Tax Transfer/Other

5,336
2,723
1,045
1,108
0
330
130

5,610
2,818
1,045
1,060
175
340
172

5,854
2,918
1,045
1,041
300
360
190

5,949
3,013
1,045
1,018
300
376
197

6,049
3,111
1,045
995
300
393
205

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS
Medicaid Assistance Account
   Medicaid Costs
   Family Health Plus
   Workforce Recruitment & Retention
   All Other

5,321
3,219
1,840
682
157
540

5,628
3,437
2,138
650
197
452

5,854
3,812
2,852
311
197
452

5,949
3,878
3,229
0
197
452

6,049
4,040
3,391
0
197
452

459
777
105
372
128
261

445
776
183
386
29
372

444
792
220
453
0
133

460
792
250
385
0
184

460
792
271
312
0
174

0

0

0

0

0

0

OPENING BALANCE

HCRA Program Account
Hospital Indigent Care
Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage
Child Health Plus
Public Health Programs
All Other
ANNUAL OPERATING SURPLUS/(DEFICIT)

15

CLOSING BALANCE

18

(18)
0

 

 

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MENTAL HYGIENE
The  Department  of  Mental  Hygiene  is  comprised  of  three  independent  agencies:  OPWDD, 
OMH,  and  OASAS.    Services  are  administered  to  adults  with  serious  and  persistent  mental 
illness; children with serious emotional disturbances; individuals with developmental disabilities 
and  their  families;  persons  with  chemical  dependencies;  and  individuals  with  compulsive 
gambling  problems.    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  reimbursement  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 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

FY 2017
Projected

Change

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS

3,602

2,833

‐21.3%

3,450

21.8%

3,967

15.0%

4,173

5.2%

People with Developmental Disabilities
     Residential Services
     Day Programs
     Clinic
     Other Local
     Mental Hygiene Stabilization Fund

2,196
1,551
560
22
63
0

1,420
1,519
548
22
61
(730)

‐35.3%
‐2.1%
‐2.1%
0.0%
‐3.2%
0.0%

1,862
1,630
588
23
66
(445)

31.1%
7.3%
7.3%
4.5%
8.2%
‐39.0%

2,157
1,712
618
25
69
(267)

15.8%
5.0%
5.1%
8.7%
4.5%
‐40.0%

2,220
1,756
635
25
71
(267)

2.9%
2.6%
2.8%
0.0%
2.9%
0.0%

Mental Health
    Adult Local Services
    Children Local Services

1,094
913
181

1,097
917
180

0.3%
0.4%
‐0.6%

1,256
1,048
208

14.5%
14.3%
15.6%

1,461
1,239
222

16.3%
18.2%
6.7%

1,590
1,364
226

8.8%
10.1%
1.8%

311
134
105
55
17

315
135
106
57
17

1.3%
0.7%
1.0%
3.6%
0.0%

331
142
112
60
17

5.1%
5.2%
5.7%
5.3%
0.0%

348
149
118
63
18

5.1%
4.9%
5.4%
5.0%
5.9%

362
155
123
65
19

4.0%
4.0%
4.2%
3.2%
5.6%

1

1

0.0%

1

0.0%

1

0.0%

1

0.0%

Alcohol and Substance Abuse
     Outpatient/Methadone
     Residential
     Prevention and Program Support
     Crisis
CQCAPD/Justice Center

 
 
Legislation enacted in FY 2013 established the Justice Center for the Protection of People with 
Special  Needs,  which  has  the  primary  responsibility  for  tracking,  investigating  and  pursuing 
serious  abuse/neglect  complaints  at  facilities  and  provider  settings  operated,  certified,  or 
licensed  by  six  State  agencies.    The  activities  of  the  Commission  on  Quality  of  Care  and 
Advocacy  for  Persons  with  Disabilities  were  subsumed  by  the  Justice  Center  when  it  became 
operational on June 30, 2013. 
  

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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  3.7 
percent  annually.    This  growth  is  attributable  to  increases  in  the  projected  State  share  of 
Medicaid  costs  and  projected  expansion  of  the  various  mental  hygiene  service  systems, 
including:  increases  primarily  associated  with  developing  new  OPWDD  residential  and  non‐
residential  services  and  supports;  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. 
 
The Financial Plan achieves lower spending growth by authorizing the elimination of automatic 
inflationary  factors  in  FY  2014,  including  the  1.4  percent  Human  Services  Cost  of  Living 
Adjustment and Medicaid trend adjustment, which provides rate reimbursement adjustments 
for  eligible  providers  of  services  to  the  developmentally  disabled;  improved  program 
efficiencies;  enhanced  audit  recoveries;  reduced  administrative  costs  reimbursed  to  OPWDD 
providers; and revised estimates for mental health community bed funding. 
 
OPWDD’s Medicaid‐related spending estimates were revised downward in the Enacted Budget 
Financial Plan by $820 million in FY 2014, $535 million in FY 2015, and $357 million thereafter.  
These  revisions  are  attributable  to  the  impact  of  reduced  Federal  revenue  from  Medicaid 
reimbursement  at  State‐operated  facilities  providing  developmental  disability  services.    To 
compensate  for  the  reduced  Federal  reimbursement  for  services  provided,  the  State  is 
undertaking various actions to reduce overall costs in the least disruptive manner possible for 
service delivery.  These actions include shifting a portion of OPWDD Medicaid costs to DOH, the 
impact  of  which  is  expected  to  be  managed  on  a  neutral  Financial  Plan  basis  through  the 
implementation  of  several  actions,  including  comprehensive  program reforms  consistent  with 
other  states  to  generate  Federal  reimbursement  for  services  already  being  provided,  and  the 
management of certain MRT investment initiatives.  These savings are valued at $730 million in 
FY 2014, $445 million in FY 2015, and $267 million in each of FY 2016 and FY 2017 and are part 
of the Mental Hygiene Stabilization Fund within the DOH global spending cap.  In addition, $90 
million  of  savings  will  be  achieved  by  OPWDD  through  a  combination  of  actions  identified  in 
consultation  with  all  relevant  parties.    These  include  $50  million  in  savings  from  reduced 
administrative  costs,  improved  efficiencies,  and  collaborative  efforts  to  utilize  lower  cost 
community based supports and services as opposed to more costly settings such as institutions 
and  residential  schools.    In  addition,  $40  million  in  savings  will  be  generated  from  increased 
audit recoveries generated by enhanced audit activity by the OMIG related to OPWDD services 
provided by nonprofit agencies. 
 

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SOCIAL SERVICES
OTDA  local  assistance  programs  provide  cash  benefits  and  supportive  services  to  low‐income 
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

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

FY 2017
Projected

Change

1,540
745
636
36
123

1,392
766
502
19
105

‐9.6%
2.8%
‐21.1%
‐47.2%
‐14.6%

1,290
664
502
19
105

‐7.3%
‐13.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

1,318
691
502
19
106

2.2%
4.1%
0.0%
0.0%
1.0%

1,328
700
502
19
107

0.8%
1.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.9%

 
 
The  decline  in  OTDA  spending  from  FY  2013  results  to  FY  2014  Updated  Financial  Plan 
projections is driven primarily by the State’s projected costs for public assistance caseload and 
the  fact  that  there  are  no  longer  timing  delays  for  payments.    The  average  public  assistance 
caseload  is  projected  to  total  554,011  recipients  in  FY  2014,  a  decrease  of  3.5  percent  from  
FY  2013  levels.    Approximately  249,528  families  are expected  to  receive  benefits  through  the 
Family Assistance program in FY 2014, a decrease of 3.9 percent from FY 2013.  In the Safety 
Net program an average of 118,706 families are expected to be helped in FY 2014, a decrease 
of  3.3  percent  from  FY  2013.    The  caseload  for  single  adults/childless  couples  supported 
through the Safety Net program is projected at 185,777 in FY 2014, a decrease of 3.1 percent 
from FY 2013.  

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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 social services departments 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  intended  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 Violence 
All Other

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

FY 2017
Projected

Change

1,492
334
436
142
216
130
89
37
34
74

1,604
462
436
162
165
152
87
30
31
79

7.5%
38.3%
0.0%
14.1%
‐23.6%
16.9%
‐2.2%
‐18.9%
‐8.8%
6.8%

1,760
493
456
164
249
161
90
33
35
79

9.7%
6.7%
4.6%
1.2%
50.9%
5.9%
3.4%
10.0%
12.9%
0.0%

1,828
526
473
167
249
163
94
38
41
77

3.9%
6.7%
3.7%
1.8%
0.0%
1.2%
4.4%
15.2%
17.1%
‐2.5%

1,914
560
491
171
249
163
98
43
48
91

4.7%
6.5%
3.8%
2.4%
0.0%
0.0%
4.3%
13.2%
17.1%
18.2%

 
Financial Plan growth is driven by increases in claims‐based programs; an increase in General 
Fund  spending  on  Day  Care  beginning  in  FY  2015,  in  order  to  keep  spending  on  this  program 
constant after a projected decrease in Federal funding; and the continued implementation of 
the  NYC  Close  to  Home  Initiative.    Growth  in  Child  Welfare  Services  and  Adult 
Protective/Domestic  Violence  reflects  anticipated  growth  in  local  claims  and  flat  Federal 
funding.   

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TRANSPORTATION
 
In  FY  2014,  DOT  will  provide  $4.7  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.  
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 this tax reduction. 
 
Operating aid to the MTA and other transit systems is expected to increase in FY 2014 by 10.1 
percent,  which  reflects  the  impact  of  timing  associated  with  availability  of  funding  resources 
and growth assumed in the current receipts forecast. 
TRANSPORTATION
(millions of dollars)

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Change

FY 2015
Projected

Change

FY 2016
Projected

Change

FY 2017
Projected

Change

4,303

4,739

10.1%

4,831

1.9%

4,910

1.6%

4,995

1.7%

Mass Transit Operating Aid:

1,906

2,105

10.4%

2,101

‐0.2%

2,101

0.0%

2,101

0.0%

Metro Mass Transit Aid

1,761

1,964

11.5%

1,960

‐0.2%

1,960

0.0%

1,960

0.0%

Public Transit Aid

93

89

‐4.3%

89

0.0%

89

0.0%

89

0.0%

18‐B General Fund Aid

27

27

0.0%

27

0.0%

27

0.0%

27

0.0%

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

25

25

0.0%

25

0.0%

25

0.0%

25

0.0%

1,705

1,909

12.0%

1,986

4.0%

2,061

3.8%

2,143

4.0%

647

680

5.1%

698

2.6%

702

0.6%

706

0.6%

45

45

0.0%

45

0.0%

45

0.0%

45

0.0%

0

0

‐‐

1

‐‐

1

0.0%

0

0.0%

 

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Direct  aid  to  local  governments  includes  the  AIM  program,  which  was  created  in  FY  2006  to 
consolidate  various  unrestricted  local  aid  funding  streams;  VLT  impact  aid;  and  Small 
Government Assistance and Miscellaneous Financial Assistance.  In addition, the State provides 
incentive grants to local governments.  Spending for efficiency incentive grants increases over 
the multi‐year period reflecting the implementation of the Local Government Performance and 
Efficiency  Program  enacted  in  FY  2012,  as  well  as  funding  potential  awards  through  the  new 
Financial Restructuring Board for local governments. 
 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Annual %
Change

FY 2015
Projected

Annual %
Change

FY 2016
Projected

Annual %
Change

FY 2017
Projected

Annual %
Change

754

764

1.3%

769

0.7%

782

1.7%

794

1.5%

429
218
68
6

429
218
68
11

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
83.3%

429
218
68
20

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
81.8%

429
218
68
35

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
75.0%

429
218
68
47

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
34.3%

33

38

15.2%

34

‐10.5%

32

‐5.9%

32

0.0%

TOTAL STATE OPERATING FUNDS
AIM:
     Big Four Cities
     Other Cities
     Towns and Villages
     Efficiency Incentives
All Other Local Aid

ALL OTHER LOCAL ASSISTANCE SPENDING
 
Other local assistance programs and activities include criminal justice, economic development, 
aging,  and  housing.    Spending  in  these  areas  is  not  expected  to  change  materially  over  the 
Financial Plan period. 

 

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MULTI-YEAR FINANCIAL PLAN PROJECTIONS
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, and telephone service.  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 represents office support staff and administrative personnel, machine operators, skilled 
trade workers, and therapeutic and custodial care staff; PEF, which 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  the  State’s  major 
programs and activities are summarized in the following table.
FORECAST OF SELECTED PROGRAM MEASURES AFFECTING PERSONAL SERVICE AND FRINGE BENEFITS
Forecast
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

0
0
  119,756

0
0
  120,520

2%
2%
  120,460

2%
TBD
  120,460

TBD
TBD
     120,460

19.4%
11.5%

21.5%
12.5%

20.5%
13.5%

18.0%
14.5%

16.3%
15.5%

26.6%
19.5%
3.1%
14.5%

29.9%
20.5%
5.4%
14.2%

28.6%
21.5%
8.5%
14.5%

26.2%
22.5%
8.5%
14.6%

24.2%
23.5%
8.5%
14.4%

1

 Negotiated Base Salary Increases 
CSEA/NYSCOPBA/Council 82/UUP
PEF / NYSPBA

 State Workforce
 ERS Pension Contribution Rate3
Before Amortization (Normal/Admin/GLIP)
After Amortization
 PFRS Pension Contribution Rate
Before Amortization (Normal/Admin/GLIP)
After Amortization
 Employee/Retiree Health Insurance Growth Rates
 PS/Fringe as % of Receipts (All Funds Basis)

1

2
3

Reflects current collective bargaining agreements with settled unions. Does not reflect potential impact of future negotiated workforce 
agreements.
Reflects workforce that is Subject to Direct Executive Control.  
As Percent of Salary.

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Growth in agency operating spending 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 payroll and operating 
costs  expected  for  food,  medical  care  and  prescription  drugs,  and  energy  costs  in  State 
facilities,  offset  by  expected  savings  from  enterprise  procurement  initiatives,  including 
procurement  reform,  real  estate  “restacking”,  and  consolidation  of  back‐office  functions.    In 
most  years,  there  are  26  bi‐weekly  pay  periods.    In  FY  2016,  there  is  one  additional  State 
institutional payroll, which results in higher spending mainly in mental hygiene and corrections.  
In  addition,  the  State  will  begin  repayment  to  State  employees  of  certain  amounts  withheld 
pursuant to the DRP in FY 2012 and FY 2013 beginning in the last pay period in FY 2015. 
 
Prior‐year collective bargaining agreements with NYSCOPBA, Council 82 and UUP Lifeguards are 
reflected  in  the  personal  service  costs  in  the  following  table  and  include  retroactive  salary 
increases already paid in FY 2013 for prior years.   
   
  

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STATE OPERATING FUNDS ‐ AGENCY OPERATIONS1
(millions of dollars)

SUBJECT TO DIRECT EXECUTIVE CONTROL

FY 2013
Results
9,819

FY 2014
Updated
9,774

FY 2015
Projected
9,964

FY 2016
Projected
10,320

FY 2017
Projected
10,466

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/Gaming
General Services
Information Technology Services
All Other

2,914
2,741
601
526
372
302
231
193
187
180
150
124
145
60
1,093

2,893
2,553
651
422
349
262
232
203
151
180
152
161
170
236
1,159

2,911
2,610
647
429
356
246
231
205
160
178
152
165
144
267
1,263

3,027
2,746
660
416
363
242
234
208
157
180
155
166
145
271
1,350

2,981
2,701
666
417
371
247
236
208
161
182
157
166
148
271
1,554

UNIVERSITY SYSTEMS

5,552

5,669

5,777

5,916

6,054

State University
City University

5,451
101

5,581
88

5,687
90

5,824
92

5,960
94

INDEPENDENT AGENCIES

297

304

310

319

323

Law
Audit & Control

160
137

165
139

167
143

171
148

173
150

15,668

15,747

16,051

16,555

16,843

1,812
203

1,878
219

2,000
224

2,095
227

2,111
231

Statewide Total

17,683

17,844

18,275

18,877

19,185

Personal Service

12,403
3.0%
5,280
‐2.3%

12,366
‐0.3%
5,478
3.8%

12,642
2.2%
5,633
2.8%

13,078
3.4%
5,799
2.9%

13,210
1.0%
5,975
3.0%

TOTAL, EXCLUDING JUDICIARY AND LEGISLATURE 
Judiciary
Legislature

Non‐Personal Service


Beginning in FY 2013, the Financial Plan reflects the shift of information technology staff from agencies  
  across the State to ITS as well as the transfer of business services staff to OGS.  

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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 
employees’ 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
Health Insurance
Employee Health Insurance
Retiree Health Insurance
Pensions
Social Security
All Other Fringe
Fixed Costs

FY 2013
Results
6,437 

FY 2014
Updated Change
7,058 
9.6%

FY 2015
Projected Change
7,533 
6.7%

FY 2016
Projected
7,954 

Change
5.6%

FY 2017
Projected Change
8,287 
4.2%

6,046 
3,129 
1,720 
1,409 

6,669 
3,315 
1,824 
1,491 

10.3%
5.9%
6.0%
5.8%

7,132 
3,476 
1,945 
1,531 

6.9%
4.9%
6.6%
2.7%

7,554 
3,711 
2,060 
1,651 

5.9%
6.8%
5.9%
7.8%

7,887 
4,020 
2,232 
1,788 

4.4%
8.3%
8.3%
8.3%

1,601 
942 
374 

1,982 
960 
412 

23.8%
1.9%
10.2%

2,256 
978 
422 

13.8%
1.9%
2.4%

2,418 
997 
428 

7.2%
1.9%
1.4%

2,446 
1,015 
406 

1.2%
1.8%
‐5.1%

391 

389 

‐0.5%

401 

3.1%

400 

‐0.2%

400 

0.0%

 
 
GSCs are projected to increase at an average annual rate of 6.5 percent over the Financial Plan 
period.    This  is  due  to  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  help  finance  the  State’s  share  of  Medicaid  costs  for  State‐operated 
mental  hygiene  facilities,  debt  service  for  bonds  that  do  not  have  dedicated  revenues,  SUNY 
operating costs, certain capital activities, and a range of other activities.  
GENERAL FUND TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
TOTAL TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
Mental Hygiene Medicaid State Share
Debt Service
SUNY University Operations 
Capital Projects
Dedicated Highway and Bridge Trust Fund 
All Other Capital
ALL OTHER TRANSFERS
Mental Hygiene
Department of Transportation (MTA Tax)
SUNY ‐ Disproportionate Share
Judiciary Funds
SUNY ‐ Hospital Operations
Banking Services
Statewide Financial System
Indigent Legal Services
Mass Transportation Operating Assistance
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Information Technology Services
Public Transportation Systems
Correctional Industries
 
All Other  

6,794
2,846
1,647
340
916
519
397
1,045
0
277
209
112
81
61
48
34
38
17
14
12
10
132

FY 2014
Updated
8,702
1,813
1,646
971
1,227
551
676
3,045
1,839
332
228
107
67
65
53
40
37
18
40
12
10
197

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

8,861
1,338
1,165
971
1,384
592
792
4,003
2,838
334
228
108
60
65
55
40
37
20
14
12
10
182

9,682
1,311
1,452
971
1,400
606
794
4,548
3,400
334
228
109
60
65
55
40
37
20
6
12
10
172

10,248
1,279
1,345
971
1,799
720
1,079
4,854
3,688
334
228
109
60
65
55
40
37
20
10
12
10
186

 
  
A significant portion of the capital and operating expenses of DOT and DMV are funded from 
the DHBTF.  The Fund receives various dedicated tax and fee revenues, including the petroleum 
business tax, motor fuel tax, and highway use taxes.  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  certain  transportation  bonds  –  exceed  current  and  projected  revenue 
deposits and bond proceeds.  
 
General  Fund  transfers  to  other  funds  are  expected  to  total  $8.7  billion  in  FY  2014  —  a  
$1.9  billion  increase  from  FY  2013.    This  increase  is  predominantly  a  function  of  the  re‐
categorization  of  SUNY  operating  support,  and  the  higher  costs  associated  with  operating 
mental hygiene facilities in lieu of reduced Federal revenue. 
 
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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.,  Empire  State  Development,  DASNY,  and  the 
Thruway  Authority,  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)

General Fund
Other State Support
State Operating Funds
Capital Projects Funds
Total All Funds

FY 2013 
Results
1,647

FY 2014 
Updated
1,646

Annual 
Change
(1)

Percent 
Change
‐0.1%

4,491
6,138
0
6,138

4,414
6,060
0
6,060

(77)
(78)
0
(78)

‐1.7%
‐1.3%
0.0%
‐1.3%

Total debt service is projected at $6.1 billion in FY 2014, of which $1.6 billion is paid from the 
General  Fund  through  transfers,  and  $4.4  billion  from  other  State  funds.    The  General  Fund 
transfer 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 and 
Sales Tax bonds, DHBTF bonds, and mental health facilities bonds. 
   
FY  2014  spending  estimates  are  unchanged,  and  continue  to  assume  the  prepayment  of  
$318 million of debt service that is due during FY 2015. 

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FY 2014
Year-To-date
Operating
Results

FY 2014 Year‐To‐Date Operating Results 
This  section  provides  a  summary  of  April  2013  through  September  2013  operating  results 
compared to (1) the initial projections set forth in the FY 2014 Enacted Budget; (2) the revised 
projections  of  the  First  Quarterly  Update  to  the  Financial  Plan;  and  (3)  results  through 
September 2012. 
 

GENERAL FUND RESULTS
 
The  State  ended  the  month  of  September  2013  with  a  closing  balance  of  $6.3  billion  in  the 
General Fund, $1.6 billion higher than projected in the Enacted Budget Financial Plan (and $710 
million higher than the revised projections of the First Quarterly Update).  The higher balance is 
mainly due to lower than planned spending ($1.2 billion).  
 
GENERAL FUND OPERATING RESULTS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2013
(millions of dollars)
Enacted
Plan
Opening Balance

Revised
Plan

Results

Variance Above/(Below)
Enacted
Revised

1,610

1,610

1,610

0

31,577
29,976
20,253

32,058
30,075
20,306

31,933
30,063
20,347

356
87
94

6,086

6,179

6,226

140

47

2,789
848

2,716
874

2,568
922

(221)
74

(148)
48

1,461
140

1,671
312

1,556
314

95
174

(115)
2

28,503

28,104

27,269

(1,234)

(835)

Education
Health Care

7,727
6,450

7,422
6,191

7,077
6,091

(650)
(359)

(345)
(100)

Social Services
Higher Education

1,479
1,308

1,400
1,359

1,418
1,261

(61)
(47)

18
(98)

All Other Local Assistance

1,376

1,394

1,338

(38)

(56)

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service

2,814
922

2,851
808

2,862
794

48
(128)

11
(14)

General State Charges
Debt Service Transfer

2,448
633

2,505
610

2,398
462

(50)
(171)

(107)
(148)

Capital Projects Transfer

529

601

580

51

(21)

State Share Medicaid Transfer
SUNY Operations Transfer

831
812

993
812

1,159
810

328
(2)

166
(2)

All Other Transfers

1,174

1,158

1,019

(155)

(139)

Change in Operations

3,074

3,954

4,664

1,590

710

Closing Balance

4,684

5,564

6,274

1,590

710

Total Receipts
Taxes:
1

Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees1
Business Taxes
1

Other Taxes
Receipts and Grants
Transfers From Other Funds
Total Spending

1

0
(125)
(12)
41

Includes transfers from other funds after debt service.

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FY 2014 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS
RECEIPTS 
 
Through  September  2013,  General  Fund  receipts,  including  transfers  from  other  funds,  were 
$356  million  above  initial  projections,  reflecting  higher  tax  collections  ($87  million), 
miscellaneous receipts ($95 million) and transfers from other funds ($174 million). 
 
The  variance  in  tax  collections  is  comprised  of  higher  PIT  collections  due  to  stronger  than 
anticipated  current  year  estimated  and  2012  final  tax  return  payments  ($94  million);  higher 
user  taxes  and  fees  ($140  million)  reflecting  stronger  than  expected  collections  for  sales 
associated  with  autos,  dining  and  entertainment,  and  expenditures  by  utilities  for  post‐Sandy 
repairs;  higher  other  taxes  receipts  ($74  million)  due  to  stronger  real  estate  prices  and 
transaction volume, as well estate tax receipts; and lower business tax collections ($221 million) 
driven  mainly  by  lower  gross  collections  for  insurance  and  bank  taxes  due  to  a  weakness  in 
2013 liability payments. 
 
Higher than anticipated miscellaneous receipts include the unanticipated settlement payments 
of  $250  million  from  BTMU  for  its  violation  of  banking  laws  concerning  interactions  with 
countries and entities subject to international sanctions, and $10 million from Deloitte Financial 
Advisory  Services  for  its  violation  of  banking  laws  during  its  consulting  work  at  Standard 
Chartered  Bank;  offset  by  lower  abandoned  property  collections  ($100  million)  and  lower 
collections  from  the  18‐a  temporary  assessment  imposed  on  public  utility  companies  
($38 million).   
 
Transfers were higher than initially estimated due to the additional revenue generated by the 
recently settled gaming agreements between New York State and the Oneida Nation of Indians, 
the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe, and the Seneca Nation of Indians ($203 million). 
 
In the First Quarterly Update, General Fund receipts projections through September 2013 were 
revised upward by $481 million and included unanticipated settlement payments from BTMU 
and Deloitte, as well as tribal‐state compact revenue agreements.  Business tax collections were 
adjusted downward to reflect the loss of revenue associated with the Empire Zone tax refunds, 
the  Long  Island  Power  Authority  restructuring,  and  the  weakness  in  2013  liability  payments, 
and minor revisions were made to other tax categories. 
 
In  comparison  to  updated  projections,  General  Fund  revenue  collections  were  $125  million 
lower than planned, for both tax collections ($12 million) and non‐tax receipts ($113 million).  
The  variance  in  tax  collections  reflects  lower  business  taxes  due  to  a  weakness  in  liability 
payments  ($148  million),  partly  offset  by  better  than  expected  collections  in  all  other  tax 
categories.  Lower abandoned property collections ($47 million) and the 18‐a utility assessment 
($38 million) account of the majority of the non‐tax receipts variance.  
 

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FY 2014 YEAR-TO-DATE OPERATING RESULTS
SPENDING
 
Through  September  2013,  General  Fund  disbursements,  including  transfers  to  other  funds, 
were $1.2 billion lower than the FY 2014 Enacted Budget Financial Plan projection, due mainly 
to lower local spending.  
 
Local  assistance  spending  was  lower  than  estimated  ($1.2  billion),  mainly  in  the  areas  of 
education  ($650  million)  and  health  care  spending  ($359  million).    The  education  variance 
includes  less‐than‐anticipated  School  Aid  disbursements  through  September  (which  do  not 
impact  annual  disbursement  estimates),  and  $238  million  in  pre‐school  special  education 
payments that were processed in October instead of September.  The health variance includes 
the  earlier  than  expected  receipt  of  Medicaid  audit  recoveries  that  offset  State  spending  
($200  million);  lower  utilization  across  multiple  service  categories  which,  along  with  routine 
timing  of  the  receipt  and  application  of  credits,  resulted  in  lower  Medicaid  cycle  activity; 
reduced  Medicaid  administrative  costs;  and  declines  in  public  health  program  spending, 
including the GPHW program.  The annual GPHW estimate has been revised downward in this 
Mid‐Year Update. 
  
Non‐personal  service  costs  ($128  million)  were  lower  than  planned  mainly  in  DOH,  including 
Medicaid contract spending ($40 million); OTDA ($21 million); Judiciary ($19 million); OGS ($17 
million);  DTF  ($9  million);  and  State  Police  ($6  million).  The  variances  in  mental  hygiene 
transfers  to  support  operational  facility  costs  are  a  function  of  timing  associated  with  the 
submission  of  claims  for  payment.    The  debt  service  transfer  was  lower  as  a  result  of  an 
administrative delay in the disbursement of SUNY Construction Fund payments ($171 million).  
 
In  the  First  Quarterly  Update,  projected  General  Fund  spending  through  September  was 
reduced by $399 million, mainly in the areas of education ($305 million) and health care ($259 
million).    The  education  spending  adjustment  primarily  reflects  the  timing  of  payments  to 
school  districts.    The  revisions  to  projected  health  care  costs  mainly  reflect  the  timing  of 
available  HCRA  resources  to  finance  the  State  share  of  Medicaid  costs.    Non‐personal  service 
costs were also adjusted downward based on experience to date and updated information.  The 
State Share Medicaid transfer was revised upward by $162 million to reflect the timing of claim 
submissions for reimbursement of costs to mental hygiene facilities. 
 
In  comparison  to  these  revised  projections,  General  Fund  spending  through  September  was 
$835 million lower than planned, largely due to the timing of payments and transactions that 
were  expected  in  September  but  occurred  in  October.    These  variances  include  pre‐school 
special education payments ($232 million); lower Medicaid payments ($138 million) partly due 
to the earlier receipt of audit recoveries; SUNY community college and other higher education 
payments ($98 million); lower GSC costs ($107 million), as escrow payments made from mental 
hygiene accounts occurred earlier; and debt service transfer delays ($148 million).  The mix of 

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General  Fund  transfers  for  Medicaid  and  non‐Medicaid  mental  hygiene  costs  had  a  neutral 
impact on the cashflow. 

STATE OPERATING FUNDS RESULTS
 
The  State  ended  September  2013  with  a  closing  balance  of  $9.1  billion  in  State  Operating 
Funds,  $1.9  billion  above  the  Enacted  Budget  estimate  ($923  million  higher  than  the  revised 
estimate).  The higher balance is mainly due to lower than planned spending ($1.5 billion) and is 
comprised  mainly  of  lower  education  and  health  care  spending  consistent  with  the  General 
Fund variance.  
 
STATE OPERATING FUNDS RESULTS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2013
(millions of dollars)
Enacted
Plan
Opening Balance

Revised
Plan

Variance Above/(Below)
Enacted
Revised

Results

4,360

4,360

4,360

0

43,778

44,244

44,048

270

(196)

33,691

33,781

33,728

37

(53)

Personal Income Tax

21,486

21,538

21,575

89

37

User Taxes and Fees

7,234

7,342

7,386

152

44

Business Taxes

3,516

3,432

3,247

(269)

(185)

Total Receipts
Taxes:

Other Taxes

0

1,455

1,469

1,520

65

51

10,087

10,463

10,320

233

(143)

42,160

41,825

40,643

(1,517)

(1,182)

10,061

9,750

9,409

(652)

(341)

9,608

9,245

9,000

(608)

(245)

Social Services

1,480

1,401

1,420

(60)

19

Transportation

2,376

2,344

2,320

(56)

(24)

Higher Education

1,308

1,359

1,261

(47)

(98)

All Other Local Assistance

2,834

3,131

3,021

187

(110)

Personal Service

6,242

6,324

6,243

1

(81)

Non-Personal Service

2,652

2,575

2,589

(63)

14

General State Charges

3,345

3,441

3,289

(56)

(152)

Debt Service

2,253

2,247

2,086

(167)

(161)

1

8

5

4

(3)

Other Financing Sources

1,219

1,368

1,305

86

(63)

Change in Operations

2,837

3,787

4,710

1,873

923

Closing Balance

7,197

8,147

9,070

1,873

923

Miscellaneous/Federal Receipts
Total Spending
Education
Health Care

Capital Projects

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RECEIPTS
 
Through September 2013, total receipts in State Operating Funds were $270 million higher than 
initial  projections,  reflecting  the  combined  impacts  of  higher  collections  for  both  taxes  
($37 million) and miscellaneous receipts ($233 million). 
 
As noted in the General Fund operating results, the variance in tax collections is a function of 
higher PIT collections and user taxes, offset by lower business tax receipts.   
 
Higher  non‐tax  receipts  reflects  the  financial  settlement  payments  described  in  the  General 
Fund  section,  partly  offset  by  lower  abandoned  property  collections;  lower  HCRA  assessment 
revenue attributable to the impact of MRT initiatives on reducing costs throughout the State’s 
health care industry; and lower SUNY miscellaneous receipts. 
 
In  the  First  Quarterly  Update,  projected  State  Operating  Funds  receipts  through  September 
were revised upward by $466 million to reflect higher miscellaneous receipts ($376 million) and 
taxes ($90 million).  The revisions included the receipt of financial settlement payments, partly 
offset by reductions for the SUNY hospital and tuition receipts; HCRA revenue; and the SUNY 
Dormitory Income Reimbursement Fund.  Tax projections were increased to reflect higher PIT 
and user tax collections and lower business tax collections.   
 
Compared to these revised estimates, total State Operating Funds receipts were $196 million 
lower  than  planned,  mostly  attributable  to  lower  business  taxes  ($185  million)  and 
miscellaneous  receipts  ($143  million).    These  variances  are  consistent  with  the  General  Fund 
variances, and also include lower than planned receipts in both the SUNY Dormitory Fund and 
HCRA Fund, which are partly offset by additional Medicaid reimbursement received in the SUNY 
hospitals operating fund. 

SPENDING
 
State Operating Funds spending was $1.5 billion below planned levels, due to lower spending in 
local assistance ($1.2 billion), agency operations ($118 million), and debt service ($167 million). 
 
These  variances  include  the  General  Fund  variances  described  above,  as  well  as  lower  health 
care spending in other State funds, including F‐SHRP ($97 million) attributable to administrative 
delays associated with the processing of payments, and lower HCRA and provider assessment 
revenues  used  to  finance  a  portion  of  health  care  spending.    Other  variances  include  lower 
transit operating aid ($56 million), due to the delay of a scheduled MMTOA payment pursuant 
to a revised cash flow schedule agreement between the State and the MTA; and unanticipated 
payments made to municipalities pursuant to the recent tribal‐state compact agreements ($116 
million). 
 
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In the First Quarterly Update, State Operating Funds spending projections through September 
were revised downward by $335  million to account for the timing‐related spending variances 
described earlier.  Compared to the revised projections, total State Operating Funds spending 
was  $1.2  billion  lower  than  planned,  which,  in  addition  to  the  General  Fund  explanations 
described above, mainly reflects lower spending in health care. 

ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS RESULTS
 
All  Governmental  Funds  ended  September  2013  with  a  closing  balance  of  $7.8  billion,  $1.3 
billion above the Enacted Budget ($739 million higher than the revised estimate).  The higher 
balance  is  comprised  of  lower  than  projected  spending  ($1.9  billion),  partly  offset  by  lower 
available resources ($606 million).   
All GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS RESULTS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2013
(millions of dollars)
Enacted
Plan
Opening Balance

Variance Above/(Below)

Revised
Plan

Results

Enacted

Revised

3,876

3,876

3,876

68,650
34,391

68,173
34,474

68,057
34,419

(593)
29

21,486

21,538

21,575

89

User Taxes and Fees

7,548

7,647

7,692

144

45

Business Taxes

3,854

3,772

3,586

(268)

(186)

Total Receipts
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax

Other Taxes

0

0
(116)
(55)
37

1,503

1,517

1,566

63

49

Miscellaneous Receipts

11,987

11,993

11,795

(192)

(198)

Federal Grants

22,272

21,706

21,843

(429)

137

66,033

64,946

64,087

(1,946)

(859)

42,160

41,825

40,643

(1,517)

(1,182)

Total Spending
State Operating Funds:

10,061

9,750

9,409

(652)

(341)

Health Care

Education

9,608

9,245

9,000

(608)

(245)

Social Services

1,480

1,401

1,420

(60)

19

Transportation

2,376

2,344

2,320

(56)

(24)

Higher Education

1,308

1,359

1,261

(47)

(98)

All Other Local Assistance

2,834

3,131

3,021

187

(110)
(81)

Personal Service

6,242

6,324

6,243

1

Non-Personal Service

2,652

2,575

2,589

(63)

14

General State Charges

3,345

3,441

3,289

(56)

(152)

Debt Service

2,253

2,247

2,086

(167)

(161)

1

8

5

4

3,836

3,723

3,882

46

159

20,037

19,398

19,562

(475)

164

(20)

(29)

(33)

(13)

(4)

Capital Projects
Capital Projects Funds
Federal Operating Funds
Other Financing Sources

(3)

Change in Operations

2,597

3,198

3,937

1,340

739

Closing Balance

6,473

7,074

7,813

1,340

739

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RECEIPTS
 
Through  September  2013,  total  receipts  in  All  Funds  were  $593  million  lower  than  initial 
projections,  reflecting  the  combined  impact  of  lower  Federal  Aid  ($429  million)  and 
miscellaneous receipts ($192 million), partly offset by higher tax collections ($29 million).  
 
In  addition  to  the  tax  collection  and  miscellaneous  receipt  variances  noted  earlier,  other 
significant  variances  include  lower  than  planned  receipts  due  a  timing  delay  of  bond  sales 
associated with certain economic development programs ($412 million) and Federal Grant aid 
variances commensurate to the spending variances described below. 

SPENDING
 
In addition to the General Fund and State Operating Fund spending variances described earlier, 
the  most  notable  variances  are  attributable  to  lower  Federal  spending  ($475  million)  in  the 
areas  of  Medicaid  ($920  million)  related  to  the  ACA,  and  the  timing  of  disaster  assistance 
reimbursements,  that  are  partly  offset  by  earlier  than  planned  spending  for  public  assistance 
programs ($535 million) and education ($455 million). 
 

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CAPITAL PROJECTS RESULTS
CAPITAL All FUNDS RESULTS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2013
(millions of dollars)
Variance
Above/(Below)
Enacted
Plan

Revised 
Plan

Results 

Enacted 

Revised 

3,636

3,210

3,367

(269)

157 

Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts

700
1,818

693
1,454

691
1,407

(9)
(411)

(2)
(47)

Federal Grants
Other

1,094
24

1,051
12

1,269
0

175 
(24)

218 
(12)

Total Receipts

Total Spending

          4,488

        4,355

        4,526

             38

171

On Budget Spending
Transportation
Higher Education

          3,836
2,110
589

          3,723
2,093
578

          3,882
2,217
567

               46
107
(22)

159
124
(11)

Economic Development
Parks and Environment

271
268

310
254

244
363

(27)
95

(66)
109

Public Protection
Health

167
200

139
141

129
80

(38)
(120)

(10)
(61)

Mental Hygiene
General Government

92
45

95
30

95
23

3
(22)

(0)
(7)

Social Welfare
Education

52
21
21

26
15
42

90
16
58

38
(5)
37

64
1
16

Off‐Budget Spending
Higher Education

652
324

632
306

644
298

(8)
              (26)

12

Mental Hygiene
Education

70
38

84
34

103
40

               33
                 2

19
6

6
210

6
199

8
192

                 2
              (18)

2
(7)

0
4

0
3

0
3

                 0
                (1)

0
0

Other

Economic Development
Transportation
Health
Other

(8)

 

RECEIPTS
Through September 2013, total receipts in Capital Projects Funds were $266 million lower than 
initial  projections,  due  to  the  timing  of  bond  sales,  specifically  for  economic  development 
projects.    Miscellaneous  and  Federal  Receipts  were  higher  than  estimated,  mainly  due  to 
increased MTA‐related expenses in Transportation. 

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Compared  to  revised  estimates,  receipts  were  higher  than  planned,  mainly  due  to  Federal 
receipts commensurate with spending. 

 
SPENDING
Through September 2013, Capital Projects Funds total disbursements were $40 million higher 
than  the  FY  2014  Enacted  Budget  Financial  Plan  projections,  primarily  due  to  higher  than 
anticipated  Transportation  spending,  offset  by  lower  than  estimated  Health  spending.    Parks 
and Environment spending was also higher than initial estimates, mainly due to storm‐related 
expenses.   
 
Compared to revised projections, spending is $170 million higher than planned, which includes 
ongoing Transportation‐related expenses, and Federal disbursements in Parks and Environment 
program areas.  These costs are offset by timing‐related underspending in Health and Economic 
Development. 

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ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS ANNUAL CHANGE
The All Governmental Funds balance through September 2013 was $7.8 billion, or $1.8 billion 
higher than the prior year.  The growth in the fund balance in the current year is attributable to 
a  higher  opening  balance  ($516  million),  available  resources  ($5.4  billion),  and  spending  
($4.1 billion). 
All GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS RESULTS YEAR-OVER-YEAR
APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER
(millions of dollars)

FY 2013
Results
Opening Balance
Total Receipts
Taxes:
Personal Income Tax

Increase/(Decrease)

FY 2014
Results

$

%

3,360

3,876

516

62,623

68,057

5,434

31,635

34,419

2,784

8.8%

19,368

21,575

2,207

11.4%

8.7%

User Taxes and Fees

7,341

7,692

351

4.8%

Business Taxes

3,458

3,586

128

3.7%
6.7%

1,468

1,566

98

Miscellaneous Receipts

Other Taxes

11,723

11,795

72

0.6%

Federal Grants

19,265

21,843

2,578

13.4%

59,940

64,087

4,147

6.9%

39,627

40,643

1,016

9,799

9,409

Total Spending
State Operating Funds:
Education

(390)

2.6%
-4.0%

Health Care

8,444

9,000

556

Social Services

1,644

1,420

(224)

-13.6%

Transportation

2,102

2,320

218

10.4%

Higher Education

1,124

1,261

137

12.2%

All Other Local Assistance

3,255

3,021

(234)

-7.2%

Personal Service

6,095

6,243

148

2.4%

Non-Personal Service

2,195

2,589

394

17.9%

General State Charges

2,646

3,289

643

24.3%

Debt Service

2,320

2,086

(234)

-10.1%

3

5

2

66.7%

3,260

3,882

622

19.1%

17,053

19,562

2,509

14.7%

(34)

(33)

1

Capital Projects
Capital Projects Funds
Federal Operating Funds
Other Financing Sources
Change in Operations

2,649

3,937

1,288

Closing Balance

6,010

7,813

1,803

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6.6%

 

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RECEIPTS
 
All Funds tax receipts through September 2013 are $2.8 billion higher than the prior year, with 
80 percent of the growth attributable to higher PIT collections ($2.2 billion).  This was due in 
part to taxpayer accelerations of income into the 2012 tax year to avoid increased 2013 Federal 
tax  rates.    Other  growth  in  tax  receipts  includes  higher  user  tax  collections  ($351  million) 
associated  with  recurring  and  non‐recurring  taxable  purchases  such  as  auto  sales, 
entertainment activities, and utility expenses for post‐Sandy repair work; and higher business 
taxes  ($128  million)  driven  by  higher  audit  receipts  for  corporate  franchise  taxes  in  April  and 
May  of  2013.    The  remaining  growth  in  receipts  is  in  Federal  Grants  ($2.6  billion)  and  is 
generally a result of increased Federal program spending, as described in greater detail below. 

SPENDING
 
Nearly two‐thirds of the $4.1 billion annual increase in All Funds spending through September 
2013 is attributable to higher Federal spending ($2.5 billion), mainly in the areas of health care, 
disaster  assistance  associated  with  Sandy‐related  storm  recovery  activities,  and  public 
assistance.   
 
State  Operating  Funds  spending  has  increased  by  $1.0  billion  through  September  2013 
compared  to  the  prior  year.    Growth  in  local  assistance  spending  includes  higher  Medicaid 
spending  due  to  lower  spending  during  the  first  six  months  of  the  prior  year  as  a  result  of 
delayed Federal approval of certain rate increases; transit aid spending of available resources; 
and increased higher education spending. 
 
Agency  operations  spending  growth  includes  higher  personal  service  costs,  which  is  mainly 
comprised of increased compensation, overtime and other payments; and non‐personal service 
costs, which includes increased spending by SUNY from additional revenue being generated at 
their  campuses.    Spending  for  GSCs  has  increased  from  the  prior  year, as  the  State’s  pension 
payments  are  now  being  paid  on  a  monthly  basis,  rather  than  during  the  final  month  of  the 
fiscal year, to generate interest savings. 
 
Capital projects spending has increased by $622 million from the prior year, which is a result of 
both  budgeted  growth,  particularly  for  DOT‐related  costs  in  the  DHBTF,  and  from  certain 
system related transaction delays during FY 2012 related to fringe benefit billing processes. 
 
 

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Glossary of
Acronyms

Glossary of Acronyms
ACA 
AIM 
ALES 
AMTAP 
APSU 
ARC 
ARRA 
BANs 
BCA 
BEA 
BTMU 
CHP 
CMS 
COLA 
CPI  
CQCAPD 
CSEA 
CUNY 
CW/CA 
CY 
DASNY 
DDPC 
DFS 
DHBTF 
DHCR 
DMV 
DOB 
DOCCS 
DOH 
DOT 
DRP 
DRRF 
DTF 
EI 
EPF 
EPIC   
ERS 
ESD 
FFY 
FHP 
FMAP 
F‐SHRP 
FTE 
FY 
GAAP 
GASB 

Affordable Care Act 
Aid and Incentive for Municipalities 
Agency Law Enforcement Services 
Additional Mass Transportation Operations Assistance Program 
Agency Police Services Unit 
Annual Required Contribution 
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 
Bond Anticipation Notes 
Budget Control Act 
Bureau of Economic Analysis 
Bank of Tokyo‐Mitsubishi UFJ 
Child Health Plus 
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services 
Cost of Living Adjustment 
Consumer Price Index 
Commission on Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities 
Civil Service Employees Association 
City University of New York 
Clean Water/Clean Air 
Current Year 
Dormitory Authority of the State of New York 
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council 
Department of Financial Services 
Dedicated Highway and Bridge Trust Fund 
Division of Homes and Community Renewal 
Department of Motor Vehicles 
Division of the Budget 
Department of Corrections and Community Supervision 
Department of Health 
Department of Transportation 
Deficit Reduction Program 
Debt Reduction Reserve Fund 
Department of Taxation and Finance 
Early Intervention 
Environmental Projection Fund 
Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage 
Employees' Retirement System 
Empire State Development 
Federal Fiscal Year 
Family Health Plus 
Federal Medical Assistance Percentage 
Federal‐State Health Reform Partnership 
Full‐Time Equivalent 
Fiscal Year 
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 
Governmental Accounting Standards Board 

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GDP 
GEA 
GLIP 
GOER 
GPHW 
GSCs 
HCRA 
HEAL NY 
HESC 
HUD 
HUT   
ICF/DD 
ITS 
LGAC 
LICH 
LIPA 
MA  
MCFFA 
MMTOA 
MRT 
MTA 
NY 
NYC 
NYS   
NYSCOPBA 
NYSHIP 
NYSLRS 
NYSPBA 
OASAS 
OCA 
OCFS 
OFAC 
OGS 
OMH 
OMIG 
OPEB 
OPWDD 
OSC   
OTDA 
PAYGO 
PBT 
PEF 
PFRS 
PI 
PILOT 
PIT 

Gross Domestic Product 
Gap Elimination Adjustment 
Group Life Insurance Plan 
Governor's Office of Employee Relations 
General Public Health Work 
General State Charges 
Health Care Reform Act 
Health Care Efficiency and Affordability Law for New Yorkers 
Higher Education Services Corporation 
Housing and Urban Development 
Highway Use Tax 
Intermediate Care Facilities for the Developmentally Disabled 
Information Technology Services, Office of 
Local Government Assistance Corporation 
Long Island College Hospital 
Long Island Power Authority 
Medicaid 
Medical Care Facilities Financing Agency 
Metro Mass Transportation Operating Aid 
Medicaid Redesign Team 
Metropolitan Transportation Authority 
New York 
New York City 
New York State 
New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association 
New York State Health Insurance Program 
New York State Local Retirement System 
New York State Police Benevolent Association 
Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services 
Office of Court Administration 
Office of Children and Family Services 
Office of Foreign Assets Control 
Office of General Services 
Office of Mental Health 
Office of Medicaid Inspector General 
Other Post‐Employment Benefits 
Office for People with Developmental Disabilities 
Office of the State Comptroller 
Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance 
Pay‐As‐You‐Go 
Petroleum Business Tax 
Public Employees Federation 
Police and Fire Retirement System 
Personal Income 
Payment in Lieu of Taxes 
Personal Income Tax 

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PS 
QE 
RBTF 
RGGI 
SAGE 
SDN 
SED 
SFS 
SIF 
SOF 
SOFA 
SONYMA 
SRO   
SSI 
STAR 
STBF 
STIP 
SUNY 
SY   
TA 
TAP 
U.S. 
UUP   
VLT  

Personal Service 
Quantitative Easing 
Revenue Bond Tax Fund 
Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative 
Spending and Government Efficiency Commission 
Specially Designated Nationals 
State Education Department 
Statewide Financial System 
State Insurance Fund 
State Operating Funds 
State Office for the Aging 
State of New York Mortgage Agency 
State Special Revenue 
Supplemental Security Income 
School Tax Relief 
Sales Tax Bond Fund 
Short‐Term Investment Pool 
State University of New York 
School Year 
Thruway Authority 
Tuition Assistance Program 
United States 
United University Professions 
Video Lottery Terminal 

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Accompanying
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 or transferred from other funds during the fiscal year.  
 
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  long‐term  debt.    Lease‐purchase  payments  for  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.  
 

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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. 
 
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, 
  defenses  by  private  counsel  or  alternatively  payments  on  behalf  of  State  officers  and 
  employees in civil judicial proceedings. 
 
Debt Service ‐ Includes 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 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, 

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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. 
 
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 long‐term 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 balances in 
the General Fund: 
 
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 3 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.  
 

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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 has typically included lump sum appropriations for the Governor, Senate and the 
Assembly,  to  be  designated  for  various  grants,  awards  and  contracts  with  local  governments, 
not‐for‐profit organizations and community groups.  The FY 2014 Enacted Budget included no 
new appropriations for the Community Projects fund, only spend‐down of prior appropriation 
was included.  
 
Debt  Reduction  Reserve  Fund  ‐  Created  pursuant  to  law  to  reduce  the  State's  debt  burden.   
DRRF  receives  moneys  credited  or  transferred  to  it  from  the  General  Fund  or  any  other 
designated  sources.    Subject  to  appropriation,  DRRF's  authorized  purposes  include  i)  the 
payment  of  principal,  interest,  or  related  expenses,  ii)  retiring  or  defeasing  existing  State‐
supported debt obligations, including accrued interest, and iii) the funding of capital projects, 
equipment, or similar expenses that would otherwise be financed with debt. 
 
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.” 
 
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements ‐ Due to the nature of the timing of labor agreements, DOB will 
informally reserve balances for possible prior year costs for unions without current contracts.  
The State now has labor contracts with its three largest employee unions, CSEA, PEF, and UUP, 
as  well  as  NYSPBA  (representing  the  APSU  bargaining  unit,  formerly  ALES),  NYSCOPBA,  and 
Council  82.    Previously,  the  State  had  carried  a  reserve  of  $77  million  to  cover  contract 
settlements for the period 2007 through 2011.  With agreements now in place with many of the 
State’s unions, this reserve will be reduced to $45 million for FY 2014. 
 
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.  
 
NOTE 6 — ITEMS AFFECTING ANNUAL 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. 
 

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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 ‐ On February 17, 2009, President Obama 
signed into law the 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.  Primary ARRA‐related support ended in FY 2012. 
 
Mergers ‐ State agency mergers are reflected in the Financial Plan tables that follow. 
 
Consistent  with  the  FY  2013  Enacted  Budget,  the  New  York  State  Gaming  Commission  was 
created  and  made  effective  on  February  1,  2013.  The  Commission  merged  the  functions  and 
responsibilities  of  the  former  Division  of  the  Lottery  and  the  former  Racing  and  Wagering 
Board.    As  such,  spending  for  FYs  2012  and  2013  has  been  reflected  in  the  former  agencies, 
while projections for FY 2014 and forward reflect the impact of the agency merger. 
 
The activities of the Commission on Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities 
were subsumed by the New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special 
Needs when it became operational on June 30, 2013. 
 
Consistent with FY 2011 and FY 2012 Enacted Budgets, the Financial Plan tables also reflect the 
following mergers: 
 




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; 
Foundation  for  Science,  Technology,  and  Innovation  merged  into  the  Department  of 
Economic Development; and, 
Banking  and  Insurance  Departments  merged  into  a  new  agency  known  as  the 
Department of Financial Services. 
 

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NOTE 7 — 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 was traditionally used to offset 
the State’s direct General Fund spending for SUNY operations, now reflects all spending for the 
university  operations,  effective  with  the  academic  year  that  began  in  July  2012.    All  General 
Fund  support  for  SUNY  operations  is  now  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  are  funded.    The  impact  to  General  Fund  financial  plan 
categories, as revised to reflect current Financial Plan estimates, 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 22655)

FY 2011

FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

FY 2017

Results

Results

Results

Projected

Projected

Projected

Projected

1,960
(1,200)

1,929
(1,226)

544
(26)

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

NET PERSONAL SERVICE

760

703

518

0

0

0

0

Gross Non‐Personal Service

388

366

232

0

0

0

0

(119)

(126)

(71)

0

0

0

0

269

240

161

0

0

0

0

0

0

340

971

971

971

1,029

943

1,019

971

971

971

Offset Non‐Personal Service (From 22655)
NET NON‐PERSONAL SERVICE
GENERAL FUND TRANSFER TO SUNY 
TUITION REVENUE ACCOUNT (22655)
TOTAL GENERAL FUND OPERATING SUPPORT 
INCLUDING TRANSFERS

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971

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NOTE 8 — AGENCY TRANSFERS TO ITS AND OGS 
SOF PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING WITH ITS AND OGS TRANSFERS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2013
Original
AGENCIES AFFECTED BY SHIFT

ITS

OGS

Revised

Original

ITS

FY 2014
OGS

Revised

4,288,534

0

0

4,288,534

4,068,331

0

0

4,068,331

3,791
1,555

(20)
(19)

(8)
(33)

3,763
1,503

3,820
1,555

(64)
(61)

(53)
(67)

3,703
1,427

Agriculture & Markets

27,500

(334)

0

27,166

28,094

(1,084)

0

27,010

Budget

24,085

0

(35)

24,050

25,449

0

(265)

25,184
156,556

Adirondack Park
Aging

Children & Family Services

186,486

(2,843)

0

183,643

165,828

(9,272)

0

Civil Service

12,901

(316)

(14)

12,571

13,247

(1,032)

(93)

12,122

Corrections
CQCAPD

2,273,615
6,480

(2,727)
(34)

0
(16)

2,270,888
6,430

2,068,045
1,779

(8,999)
(110)

0
(102)

2,059,046
1,567

Criminal Justice Services

31,629

(2,717)

0

28,912

34,381

(8,848)

0

25,533

Economic Development

12,629

(200)

(37)

12,392

13,767

(651)

(192)

12,924

2,551

(26)

0

2,525

2,606

(83)

0

2,523

Environmental Conservation
General Service

Employee Relations

173,639
51,616

(754)
(1,280)

0
627

172,885
50,963

173,132
59,264

(2,457)
(4,161)

0
2,169

170,675
57,272

Public Health

271,787

(2,824)

0

268,963

237,670

(9,316)

0

228,354

Homeland Security

17,551

(257)

0

17,294

17,632

(835)

0

16,797

Housing & Community Renewal

42,345

(1,446)

(33)

40,866

43,979

(4,709)

(220)

39,050

Human Rights

10,283

(226)

0

10,057

10,050

(734)

0

9,316

Labor Management Committee
Medicaid Inspector General

4,600
18,373

(42)
(333)

(13)
0

4,545
18,040

5,537
18,566

(137)
(1,096)

(87)
0

5,313
17,470
128,267

Parks, Rec & Historic Preservation
State
State Police
Temporary & Disability Assistance
Tax & Finance
Technology
All Other Executive Control
All Other Non‐Executive Control
STATEWIDE TOTAL

128,763

(322)

0

128,441

129,318

(1,051)

0

31,186

(471)

0

30,715

31,937

(1,530)

0

30,407

562,014

(1,730)

0

560,284

565,057

(5,621)

0

559,436

77,688

(5,201)

0

72,487

83,337

(16,987)

0

66,350

301,881
13,586

(13,647)
37,769

0
(438)

288,234
50,917

320,686
13,595

(44,390)
123,228

0
(1,090)

276,296
135,733

2,913,006
5,365,575

0
0

0
0

2,913,006
5,365,575

2,920,339
5,359,721

0
0

0
0

2,920,339
5,359,721

12,567,115

0

0

12,567,115

12,348,391

0

0

12,348,391

  
Beginning in FY 2013, the Financial Plan reflects the shift of information technology staff from 
agencies across the State to ITS as well as the transfer of business services staff to OGS.  The 
consolidation  of  information  technology  and  business  service  professionals  within  ITS/OGS  is 
intended  to  eliminate  the  duplicated  effort  and  investments  inherent  in  the  previous  agency 
"silo"  system.    ITS/OGS  can  now  assign  staff  according  to  program  need  and  can  support 
Enterprise Level solutions based on statewide standards and technologies.  
 
The table below reflects the change in Personal Service Spending across the affected agencies 
in FY 2013 and FY 2014 as of FY 2013 Executive Budget.  
  
 
 

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The following reflects the change in State Operations Spending across the affected agencies in 
FY 2013 and FY 2014 as of the FY 2014 Mid‐Year Financial Plan Update.  
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS SPENDING WITH ITS AND OGS TRANSFERS
(thousands of dollars)
Original
AGENCIES AFFECTED BY SHIFT 30,909,549

FY 2014
ITS *
OGS
0
0

FY 2015
ITS *
OGS
0
0

Revised
30,909,549

Original
31,073,640

     (78)
0

     108,421
       17,884

     102,815
       18,742

       (398)
       (324)

Agric & Markets
Alcohol Bev Con

     108,839
       18,175

      (340)
      (291)

Budget

       33,285

      (226)

0

       33,059

       34,806

Child & Fam
Civil Service

  2,884,781
       13,783

 (16,388)
      (170)

(137)
0

  2,868,256
       13,613

  3,024,248
       14,919

Revised
31,073,640

(115)
0

     102,302
       18,418

       (294)

0

       34,512

  (17,307)
       (192)

(202)
0

  3,006,739
       14,727

Corrections

  2,823,899

   (5,479)

0

  2,818,420

  2,882,191

    (5,898)

0

  2,876,293

Crim Just Servs

     264,093

   (2,812)

0

     261,281

     251,074

    (3,028)

0

     248,046

Economic Devel
Env Conservatn

       90,417
     916,726

      (141)
      (750)

0
0

       90,276
     915,976

     102,990
     870,577

       (203)
    (1,003)

0
0

     102,787
     869,574

Gaming

     181,436

   (1,016)

0

     180,420

     185,750

    (1,136)

0

     184,614

General Service
Hlth All Other

     242,094
  4,607,043

      (317)
0

2,621
(1,840)

     244,398
  4,605,203

     225,695
  3,997,939

(494)
0

3,098
(1,877)

     228,299
  3,996,062

Home Sec Emer S

     420,757

(303)

0

     420,454

     408,002

(358)

0

     407,644

Hous & Comm Ren
Justice Center

     270,845
       39,263

(962)
0

0
(152)

     269,883
       39,111

     274,671
       40,648

(1,102)
0

0
(155)

     273,569
       40,493

Labor

     670,069

0

0

     670,069

     657,299

(11,908)

0

     645,391

Labor Mgmt Comm
Med Insp Gen

       35,813
       63,366

(212)
0

0
(53)

       35,601
       63,313

       39,987
       65,230

(245)
0

0
(216)

       39,742
       65,014

Mental Hlth

  1,501,320

   (2,193)

0

  1,499,127

  1,702,853

(2,561)

0

  1,700,292

Motor Vehicles
Park Rec & Hist

     321,173
     274,193

   (7,265)
      (185)

0
0

     313,908
     274,008

     325,335
     291,958

(7,607)
       (241)

0
0

     317,728
     291,717

People w/DD‐Med

  2,925,517

      (241)

0

  2,925,276

  3,385,803

       (340)

0

  3,385,463

Public Service
State

       72,351
     120,058

      (255)
      (865)

0
0

       72,096
     119,193

       76,876
     144,906

       (331)
    (1,016)

0
0

       76,545
     143,890

State Police

     702,788

   (2,431)

0

     700,357

     675,640

    (3,163)

0

     672,477

TADA All Other
Tax & Finance

  1,390,099
     380,288

 (35,108)
   (9,293)

0
(361)

  1,354,991
     370,634

  1,402,808
     391,155

  (35,725)
    (9,243)

0
(533)

  1,367,083
     381,379

Technology

     183,966

  92,381

0

     276,347

     197,570

 110,536

0

     308,106

Transportation
Victim Services

  9,078,791
       67,406

   (4,137)
        (43)

0
0

  9,074,654
       67,363

  9,005,284
       67,668

    (5,018)
       (131)

0
0

  9,000,266
       67,537

Workers Comp Bd

     206,915

      (958)

0

     205,957

     208,201

    (1,270)

0

     206,931

* Excludes spending financed from non‐Governmental Funds.

 
 

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NOTE 9 — 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 loan from STIP or the General Fund. 
 
NOTE 10 — GENERAL FUND/HCRA COMBINED GAP 
 
The  current  HCRA  authorization  expires  on  March  31,  2014.    HCRA  is  projected  to  remain 
balanced through FY 2017.  However, any unaddressed shortfall would need to be financed by 
the General Fund or reduction in HCRA programs. 
 
NOTE 11 — 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  receipts  in  FY  2014  by  an 
estimated $1.5 billion, and increasing estimated disbursements in FY 2014 by $1.9 billion. 
 
Additional funding to support the total aid provided to the MTA is provided through a transfer 
from  the  General  Fund,  pursuant  to  December  2011  tax  reform  legislation  which  exempts 
school  districts  and  small  businesses  operating  within  the  Metropolitan  Commuter 
Transportation District from the provisions of the Mobility Tax. 
 
NOTE 12 — 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.    These  statutory  indexing  provisions  were  amended  through 
legislation included in the FY 2013 Enacted Budget to implement a three‐year phased‐takeover 
of  the  Local  Social  Services  Districts’  share  of  all  growth  above  the  previous  year’s  enacted 
levels beginning on April 1, 2013 for County Year 2013, with the State assuming all growth in 
County Year 2015. 
 

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NOTE 13 — 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).   
 
NOTE 14 — TRANSFER ELIMINATIONS 
 
The Special Revenue Funds and Capital Projects Funds include transfers of resources between 
Federal  and  State  accounts  within  each  fund.   In  some  instances,  Federal  aid  that  is  initially 
deposited  into  a  Federal  account  is  transferred  to  State  accounts  where  the  aid  is  used  to 
support  the  programs  for  which  it  is  intended  to  fund.   To  avoid  recording  spending  twice, 
initially as the transfer of resources to another account and subsequently when payments are 
made, these transfers are eliminated in these funds.   The  transfer eliminations are consistent 
with  the  State  Comptroller’s  accounting  practices  shown  in  Exhibit  A  of  the  Comptroller’s 
Annual Report to the Legislature. 
NOTE 15 — OUTSTANDING TEMPORARY LOANS SUMMARY 
 
The  total  outstanding  loan  balance  as  of  March  31,  2013  was  $1.8  billion,  comprised  of 
advances  for  bond‐reimbursable  capital  spending  pending  the  receipt  of  bond  proceeds 
($972  million),  activities  that  are  financed  initially  by  the  State  pending  Federal  receipt  
($323 million), State Special Revenue Funds ($419 million), and Proprietary Funds ($79 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. 
 

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NOTE 16 — PENSION AMORTIZATION 
 

The Financial Plan projections assume that the State and OCA will amortize pension costs above 
a certain percentage of payroll, as authorized by legislation enacted in FY 2011.   Amortization 
(deferment of payment) temporarily reduces the pension costs that must be paid by the State 
in a given fiscal year, but results in higher costs overall when repaid with interest.  Consistent 
with the authorizing legislation, the interest cost is calculated by OSC.  In FY 2014, the interest 
rate  charged  on  the  deferred  amounts  will  be  3.67  percent.    Outyear  repayments  of 
amortizations  in  the  following  table  assume  that  3.67  percent  interest  will  continue  to  be 
charged.  
 
STATE PENSION COSTS AND AMORTIZATION SAVINGS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2011
AMORTIZATION THRESHOLDS
ERS (%)
PFRS (%)

FY 2012

FY 2013

FY 2014

FY 2015

FY 2016

FY 2017

9.5
17.5

10.5
18.5

11.5
19.5

12.5
20.5

13.5
21.5

14.5
22.5

15.5
23.5

PENSION (NET COST)

1,470

1,697

1,601

1,982

2,256

2,418

2,446

Gross Pension Costs
Amortization Savings
Repayment of Amortization (incl. FY 2005 and FY 2006)

1,633
(250)
87

2,141
(563)
119

2,192
(779)
188

2,654
(951)
279

2,620
(744)
380

2,280
(263)
401

2,080
(45)
411

 

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General Fund – Total Budget 
  Financial Plan Projections FY 2014 through FY 2017 ................................................... T‐1 
  Financial Plan, Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ............................................. T‐2 
  FY 2014 ......................................................................................................................... T‐3 
  FY 2015 ......................................................................................................................... T‐4 
  FY 2016 ......................................................................................................................... T‐5 
  FY 2017 ......................................................................................................................... T‐6 
 
General Fund – Revenue Detail (Excluding Transfers) 
  Financial Plan Projections FY 2014 through FY 2017 ................................................... T‐7 
  Financial Plan, Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ............................................. T‐8 
 
State Operating Funds Budget 
  FY 2014 ......................................................................................................................... T‐9 
  FY 2015 ....................................................................................................................... T‐10 
  FY 2016 ....................................................................................................................... T‐11 
  FY 2017 ....................................................................................................................... T‐12 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐13 
 
All Governmental Funds – Total Budget 
  FY 2014 ....................................................................................................................... T‐14 
  FY 2015 ....................................................................................................................... T‐15 
  FY 2016 ....................................................................................................................... T‐16 
  FY 2017 ....................................................................................................................... T‐17 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐18 
 
All Governmental Funds – Revenue Detail 
  FY 2014 ....................................................................................................................... T‐19 
  FY 2015 ....................................................................................................................... T‐20 
  FY 2016 ....................................................................................................................... T‐21 
  FY 2017 ....................................................................................................................... T‐22 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐23 
 
Special Revenue Funds 
  FY 2014 ....................................................................................................................... T‐24 
  FY 2015 ....................................................................................................................... T‐25 
  FY 2016 ....................................................................................................................... T‐26 
  FY 2017 ....................................................................................................................... T‐27 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐28 
  Receipts Detail, FY 2014 through FY 2017 ................................................................. T‐29 
  Receipts Detail, Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ......................................... T‐30 
 
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Capital Budget 
  FY 2014 ....................................................................................................................... T‐31 
  FY 2015 ....................................................................................................................... T‐32 
  FY 2016 ....................................................................................................................... T‐33 
  FY 2017 ....................................................................................................................... T‐34 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐35 
  Receipts Detail, FY 2014 through FY 2017 ................................................................. T‐36 
  Receipts Detail, Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ......................................... T‐37 
  Off Budget Capital Spending, FY 2013 through FY 2017 ............................................ T‐38 
 
Debt Service Funds – Revenue Detail 
  Projections FY 2014 through FY 2017 ........................................................................ T‐39 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐40 
 
  State Funds – Total Budget 
  FY2014 ........................................................................................................................ T‐41 
  FY 2015 ....................................................................................................................... T‐42 
  FY 2016 ....................................................................................................................... T‐43 
  FY 2017 ....................................................................................................................... T‐44 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐45 
 
Cash Flow – FY 2014 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 
  Update FY 2014 (Change from First Quarterly Update) ............................................. T‐57 
  Projections FY 2014 through FY 2017 ........................................................................ T‐58 
  Annual Change from FY 2013 to FY 2014 ................................................................... T‐58 
  FY 2014 Monthly Cash Flow Projections .................................................................... T‐59 
 
Proprietary and Fiduciary Funds (Projections FY 2014 through FY 2017) .................. T‐60 
 

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Workforce Summary Report (FY 2012 through FY 2014) 
  General Fund  ............................................................................................................. T‐61 
  State Operating Funds ................................................................................................ T‐62 
  State Funds  ................................................................................................................ T‐64 
  All Funds  .................................................................................................................... T‐66 
  Special Revenue Fund ‐ Other .................................................................................... T‐68 
  Special Revenue Fund ‐ Federal ................................................................................. T‐69 
  Capital Projects Fund ‐ Other ..................................................................................... T‐70 
  Capital Projects Fund ‐ Federal .................................................................................. T‐71 
  Enterprise Fund .......................................................................................................... T‐72 
  Internal Service Fund .................................................................................................. T‐73 
  Agency Trust Fund ...................................................................................................... T‐74 
  Pension Trust Fund ..................................................................................................... T‐75 
  Private Purpose Trust Fund ........................................................................................ T‐76 
 
Spending Detail by Agency (FY 2012 through FY 2017) 
  General Fund – Total (Agency Detail Excluding Transfers) ........................................ T‐77 
  General Fund – Total .................................................................................................. T‐83 
  General Fund – Local Assistance ................................................................................ T‐85 
  General Fund – State Operations ............................................................................... T‐87 
  General Fund – Personal Service ................................................................................ T‐89 
  General Fund – Non‐personal Service ........................................................................ T‐91 
  General Fund – General State Charges ...................................................................... T‐93 
 
  State Operating Funds – Total (Agency Detail) .......................................................... T‐94 
  State Operating Funds – Total .................................................................................. T‐102 
  State Operating Funds – Local Assistance ................................................................ T‐104 
  State Operating Funds – State Operations .............................................................. T‐106 
  State Operating Funds – Personal Service ............................................................... T‐108 
  State Operating Funds – Non‐personal Service ....................................................... T‐110 
  State Operating Funds – General State Charges ...................................................... T‐112 
  State Operating Funds – Capital Projects ................................................................. T‐114 
   
Capital Projects Funds – Total ...................................................................................... T‐115 
 
  All Governmental Funds – Total (Agency Detail) ..................................................... T‐117 
  All Governmental Funds – Total ............................................................................... T‐126 
  All Governmental Funds – Local Assistance ............................................................. T‐129 
  All Governmental Funds – State Operations ............................................................ T‐131 
  All Governmental Funds – Personal Service ............................................................ T‐133 
  All Governmental Funds – Non‐personal Service .................................................... T‐135 
  All Governmental Funds – General State Charges ................................................... T‐137 

FY 2014 Mid‐Year Update 

121 

FINANCIAL PLAN TABLES AND ACCOMPANYING NOTES
  All Governmental Funds – Capital Projects .............................................................. T‐139 
 
  State Funds – Total ................................................................................................... T‐141 
  State Funds – Local Assistance ................................................................................. T‐144 
  State Funds – State Operations ................................................................................ T‐146 
  State Funds – Personal Service ................................................................................ T‐148 
  State Funds – Non‐personal Service ........................................................................ T‐150 
  State Funds – General State Charges ....................................................................... T‐152 
  State Funds – Capital Projects .................................................................................. T‐154 
 
  Special Revenue State Funds – Local Assistance ...................................................... T‐156 
  Special Revenue State Funds – Personal Service ..................................................... T‐158 
  Special Revenue State Funds – Non‐personal Service ............................................. T‐160 
  Special Revenue State Funds – General State Charges ............................................ T‐162 
 
  Special Revenue Federal Funds – Local Assistance .................................................. T‐164 
  Special Revenue Federal Funds – Personal Service ................................................. T‐165 
  Special Revenue Federal Funds – Non‐personal Service ......................................... T‐167 
  Special Revenue Federal Funds – General State Charges ........................................ T‐169 
 
General Fund Transfers (FY 2013 through FY 2017) 
  General Fund Transfers from Other Funds .............................................................. T‐171 
  General Fund Transfers to Other Funds ................................................................... T‐173 
   
FY 2014 Cash Basis Combining Statement 
  General Fund ............................................................................................................ T‐174 
  Special Revenue Funds ............................................................................................. T‐175 
  Special Revenue Other Funds Detail by Account ..................................................... T‐178 
  Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund (339) Detail by Account ............................... T‐182 
  Capital Projects Funds .............................................................................................. T‐188 
  Debt Service Funds ................................................................................................... T‐190 
  Internal Services ....................................................................................................... T‐191 
  Enterprise ................................................................................................................. T‐192 
 
GAAP – General Fund 
  Update of FY 2013 (Change from Executive) ........................................................... T‐193 
  Projections FY 2014 through FY 2017 ...................................................................... T‐194 
 
GAAP – All Governmental Funds 
  FY 2014 Financial Plan .............................................................................................. T‐195 
  FY 2014 Major Funds Financial Plan ......................................................................... T‐196 
 

FY 2014 Mid‐Year Update 

122 

FINANCIAL PLAN TABLES AND ACCOMPANYING NOTES
GAAP Basis Combining Statement 
  FY 2014 General Fund .............................................................................................. T‐197 
 
FY 2014 Cash to GAAP Conversion Tables 
  General Fund ............................................................................................................ T‐198 
  Special Revenue Funds ............................................................................................. T‐199 
  Capital Projects Funds .............................................................................................. T‐199 
  Debt Service Funds ................................................................................................... T‐199 
 
Debt Tables .................................................................................................................. T‐200 
 
Financial Plan Table Appendices 
  List of Joint Custody Funds ....................................................................................... T‐207 
  State Fund Structure ................................................................................................ T‐212 
 
 

FY 2014 Mid‐Year Update 

123 

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
GENERAL FUND 
FY 2014 through FY 2017
(millions of dollars)

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
      Tax in Excess of LGAC
   Sales Tax 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/Reserved For:
Community Projects Fund 
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
Debt Management
Undesignated Fund Balance
   Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over
 Disbursements and Reserves

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

28,488
6,548
6,348
1,069
3,306
2

29,397
6,806
5,811
1,144
3,595
0

31,492
7,085
6,301
1,159
2,776
0

33,545
7,265
6,523
1,169
2,797
0

8,840
2,545
2,894
532
1,071
61,643

9,115
2,661
2,934
608
768
62,839

9,556
2,803
2,971
683
723
65,549

10,041
2,916
2,955
739
726
68,676

40,258

42,598

45,056

47,276

5,686
1,882
4,922

5,852
1,967
5,328

6,113
2,004
5,604

6,129
2,085
5,873

1,646
1,227
1,813
971
3,045
61,450

1,165
1,384
1,338
971
4,003
64,606

1,452
1,400
1,311
971
4,548
68,459

1,345
1,799
1,279
971
4,854
71,611

(35)
10
0
0
(25)

(33)
12
0
0
(21)

0
13
0
0
13

(1,742)

(2,889)

(2,948)

(25)
(32)
250
0
193

0

FY 2016
 Projected

FY 2017
 Projected

T-1

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
GENERAL FUND
ANNUAL CHANGE
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
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
   Tax in Excess of LGAC
   Sales Tax 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
Closing Fund Balance
Statutory Reserves
   Tax Stabilization Reserve Fund
   Rainy Day Reserve Fund
   Contingency Reserve Fund
   Community Projects Fund
Reserves/Reserved For:
   Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
   Debt Management
   Undesignated Fund Balance

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2014
Projected

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

1,787

1,610

(177)

‐9.9%

26,884
9,112
6,253
1,034
3,504
62

28,488
6,548
6,348
1,069
3,306
2

1,604
(2,564)
95
35
(198)
(60)

6.0%
‐28.1%
1.5%
3.4%
‐5.7%
‐96.8%

8,328
2,416
0
541
649
58,783

8,840
2,545
2,894
532
1,071
61,643

512
129
2,894
(9)
422
2,860

6.1%
5.3%
‐‐
‐1.7%
65.0%
4.9%

39,760

40,258

498

1.3%

6,130
1,726
4,550

5,686
1,882
4,922

(444)
156
372

‐7.2%
9.0%
8.2%

1,647
916
2,846
340
1,045
58,960

1,646
1,227
1,813
971
3,045
61,450

(1)
311
(1,033)
631
2,000
2,490

‐0.1%
34.0%
‐36.3%
185.6%
191.4%
4.2%

(177)

193

370

209.0%

1,610

1,803

193

12.0%

1,131
175
21
93

1,131
175
21
68

0
0
0
(25)

77
13
100

45
263
100

(32)
250
0

T-2

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

First 
Quarter
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
     Tax in Excess of LGAC
     Sales Tax 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/Reserved For:
Community Projects Fund 
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
Debt Management
Undesignated Fund Balance
     Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over 
Disbursements and Reserves

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Change

Mid‐Year

28,488
6,548
6,348
1,069
3,353
2

0
0
0
0
(47)
0

28,488
6,548
6,348
1,069
3,306
2

8,840
2,545
2,894
532
1,071
61,690

0
0
0
0
0
(47)

8,840
2,545
2,894
532
1,071
61,643

40,274

(16)

40,258

5,686
1,882
4,953

0
0
(31)

5,686
1,882
4,922

1,646
1,227
1,813
971
3,045
61,497

0
0
0
0
0
(47)

1,646
1,227
1,813
971
3,045
61,450

(25)
(32)
250
0
193
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

(25)
(32)
250
0
193
0

T-3

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
GENERAL FUND
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)
First 
Quarter
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
     Tax in Excess of LGAC
     Sales Tax 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/Reserved For:
Community Projects Fund 
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
     Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over 
Disbursements and Reserves

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Change

Mid‐Year

29,397
6,806
5,811
1,144
3,595

0
0
0
0
0

29,397
6,806
5,811
1,144
3,595

9,115
2,661
2,934
608
768
62,839

0
0
0
0
0
0

9,115
2,661
2,934
608
768
62,839

42,598

0

42,598

5,852
1,967
5,328

0
0
0

5,852
1,967
5,328

1,165
1,384
1,338
971
4,003
64,606

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,165
1,384
1,338
971
4,003
64,606

(35)
10
(25)

0
0
0

(35)
10
(25)

(1,742)

0

(1,742)

T-4

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
GENERAL FUND
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)
First 
Quarter
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
     Tax in Excess of LGAC
     Sales Tax 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/Reserved For:
Community Projects Fund 
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
      Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over 
Disbursements and Reserves

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Change

Mid‐Year

31,492
7,085
6,301
1,159
2,776

0
0
0
0
0

31,492
7,085
6,301
1,159
2,776

9,556
2,803
2,971
683
723
65,549

0
0
0
0
0
0

9,556
2,803
2,971
683
723
65,549

45,056

0

45,056

6,113
2,004
5,604

0
0
0

6,113
2,004
5,604

1,452
1,400
1,311
971
4,548
68,459

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,452
1,400
1,311
971
4,548
68,459

(33)
12
(21)

0
0
0

(33)
12
(21)

(2,889)

0

(2,889)

T-5

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
GENERAL FUND
FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
First 
Quarter
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
     Tax in Excess of LGAC
     Sales Tax 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/Reserved For:
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
     Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts Over 
Disbursements and Reserves

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Change

Mid‐Year

33,545
7,265
6,523
1,169
2,797

0
0
0
0
0

33,545
7,265
6,523
1,169
2,797

10,041
2,916
2,955
739
726
68,676

0
0
0
0
0
0

10,041
2,916
2,955
739
726
68,676

47,276

0

47,276

6,129
2,085
5,873

0
0
0

6,129
2,085
5,873

1,345
1,799
1,279
971
4,854
71,611

0
0
0
0
0
0

1,345
1,799
1,279
971
4,854
71,611

13
13

0
0

13
13

(2,948)

0

(2,948)

T-6

GENERAL FUND
FY 2014 THROUGH FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

33,066
13,888
2,311
1,231
50,496
(498)
(7,455)
42,543
(3,419)
(10,636)
28,488

35,399
13,735
2,276
1,268
52,678
(323)
(8,356)
43,999
(3,602)
(11,000)
29,397

37,709
14,825
2,376
1,308
56,218
(273)
(9,017)
46,928
(3,704)
(11,732)
31,492

39,941
15,759
2,476
1,353
59,529
(223)
(9,506)
49,800
(3,805)
(12,450)
33,545

11,734
431
0
251
0
0
0
12,416
(5,868)
6,548

12,252
425
0
256
0
0
0
12,933
(6,127)
6,806

12,813
418
0
261
0
0
0
13,492
(6,407)
7,085

13,178
410
0
266
0
0
0
13,854
(6,589)
7,265

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

2,914
596
1,418
1,420
0
6,348

2,220
620
1,468
1,503
0
5,811

2,573
636
1,523
1,569
0
6,301

2,691
652
1,540
1,640
0
6,523

  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

1,050
740
0
0
18
1
1,809
(740)
1,069

1,125
810
0
0
18
1
1,954
(810)
1,144

1,140
885
0
0
18
1
2,044
(885)
1,159

1,150
940
0
0
18
1
2,109
(940)
1,169

 Payroll Tax

0

0

0

0

Total Taxes

42,453

43,158

46,037

48,502

681
650
26
56
231
5
1,657
3,306

747
655
26
52
231
30
1,854
3,595

638
655
26
58
231
30
1,138
2,776

644
655
26
54
232
30
1,156
2,797

2

0

0

0

45,761

46,753

48,813

51,299

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/STBF (Dedicated Transfers)
  User Taxes and Fees

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-7

CURRENT STATE RECEIPTS 
GENERAL FUND
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

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

31,958
12,193
2,148
1,144
47,443
(309)
(6,907)
40,227
(3,286)
(10,057)
26,884

33,066
13,888
2,311
1,231
50,496
(498)
(7,455)
42,543
(3,419)
(10,636)
28,488

1,108
1,695
163
87
3,053
(189)
(548)
2,316
(133)
(579)
1,604

3.5%
13.9%
7.6%
7.6%
6.4%
61.2%
7.9%
5.8%
4.0%
5.8%
6.0%

  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/STBF (Dedicated Transfers)
  User Taxes and Fees

11,232
443
0
246
0
0
0
11,921
(2,809)
9,112

11,734
431
0
251
0
0
0
12,416
(5,868)
6,548

502
(12)
0
5
0
0
0
495
(3,059)
(2,564)

4.5%
‐2.7%
0
2.0%
‐‐
‐‐
‐‐
4.2%
108.9%
‐28.1%

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

2,624
686
1,346
1,597
0
6,253

2,914
596
1,418
1,420
0
6,348

290
(90)
72
(177)
0
95

11.1%
‐13.1%
5.3%
‐11.1%
‐‐
1.5%

  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

1,014
756
1
0
18
1
1,790
(756)
1,034

1,050
740
0
0
18
1
1,809
(740)
1,069

36
(16)
(1)
0
0
0
19
16
35

3.6%
‐2.1%
‐100.0%
‐‐
0.0%
0.0%
1.1%
‐2.1%
3.4%

 Payroll Tax

0

0

0

Total Taxes

43,283

42,453

(830)

‐1.9%

584
714
129
61
233
2
1,781
3,504

681
650
26
56
231
5
1,657
3,306

97
(64)
(103)
(5)
(2)
3
(124)
(198)

16.6%
‐9.0%
‐79.8%
‐8.2%
‐0.9%
150.0%
‐7.0%
‐5.7%

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

‐‐

62

2

(60)

‐96.8%

46,849

45,761

(1,088)

‐2.3%

T-8

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

General
Fund

State Special
Revenue
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Operating
Funds
Total

Opening Fund Balance

1,610

2,368

381

4,359

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
      Total Receipts

42,453
3,306
2
45,761

8,347
15,675
1
24,023

17,124
797
72
17,993

67,924
19,778
75
87,777

40,258

19,438

0

59,696

5,686
1,882
4,922
0
0
52,748

6,680
3,556
2,136
0
11
31,821

0
40
0
6,060
0
6,100

12,366
5,478
7,058
6,060
11
90,669

15,882
(8,702)
7,180

8,705
(1,204)
7,501

5,208
(17,041)
(11,833)

29,795
(26,947)
2,848

193

(297)

60

(44)

441

4,315

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

1,803

2,071

T-9

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

General
Fund
Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
      Total Receipts

State Special
Revenue
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Operating
Funds
Total

43,158
3,595
0
46,753

8,697
15,739
1
24,437

17,817
976
72
18,865

69,672
20,310
73
90,055

42,598

19,621

0

62,219

5,852
1,967
5,328
0
0
55,745

6,790
3,626
2,205
0
5
32,247

0
40
0
5,805
0
5,845

12,642
5,633
7,533
5,805
5
93,837

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
   Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

16,086
(8,861)
7,225

8,588
(683)
7,905

4,288
(17,313)
(13,025)

28,962
(26,857)
2,105

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

(1,767)

95

(5)

(1,677)

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

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(35)
10
(25)
(1,742)

T-10

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

General
Fund
Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
      Total Receipts

State Special
Revenue
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Operating
Funds
Total

46,037
2,776
0
48,813

8,941
15,869
1
24,811

18,905
824
72
19,801

73,883
19,469
73
93,425

45,056

19,816

0

64,872

6,113
2,004
5,604
0
0
58,777

6,965
3,755
2,350
0
5
32,891

0
40
0
6,482
0
6,522

13,078
5,799
7,954
6,482
5
98,190

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
   Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

16,736
(9,682)
7,054

8,923
(639)
8,284

4,534
(17,820)
(13,286)

30,193
(28,141)
2,052

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

(2,910)

204

(7)

(2,713)

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

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(33)
12
(21)
(2,889)

T-11

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
STATE OPERATING FUNDS BUDGET
FY 2017
(millions of dollars)

General
Fund
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
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
Designated General Fund Reserves/Reserved For:
   Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
  Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

State Special
Revenue
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Operating
Funds
Total

48,502
2,797
0
51,299

9,185
16,068
1
25,254

19,860
793
72
20,725

77,547
19,658
73
97,278

47,276

20,013

0

67,289

6,129
2,085
5,873
0
0
61,363

7,081
3,850
2,414
0
5
33,363

0
40
0
6,783
0
6,823

13,210
5,975
8,287
6,783
5
101,549

17,377
(10,248)
7,129

9,021
(644)
8,377

4,403
(18,284)
(13,881)

30,801
(29,176)
1,625

(2,935)

268

21

(2,646)

13
13
(2,948)

T-12

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
STATE OPERATING FUNDS BUDGET 
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

3,847

4,359

512

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
      Total Receipts

64,932
20,000
141
85,073

67,924
19,778
75
87,777

2,992
(222)
(66)
2,704

58,578

59,696

1,118

1.9%

12,403
5,280
6,437
6,138
8
88,844

12,366
5,478
7,058
6,060
11
90,669

(37)
198
621
(78)
3
1,825

‐0.3%
3.8%
9.6%
‐1.3%
37.5%
2.1%

26,403
(22,120)
4,283

29,795
(26,947)
2,848

3,392
(4,827)
(1,435)

12.8%
21.8%
‐33.5%

512

(44)

(556)

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

4,359

4,315

4.6%
‐1.1%
‐46.8%
3.2%

(44)

T-13

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

Special
Revenue
Funds

Opening Fund Balance

1,610

2,371

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts 

42,453
3,306
2
45,761

8,347
15,861
45,138
69,346

Capital
Projects
Funds
(485)

Debt
Service
Funds

All
Funds
Total

381

3,877

1,400
4,211
2,221
7,832

17,124
797
72
17,993

69,324
24,175
47,433
140,932

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

40,258

59,714

2,104

0

102,076

5,686
1,882
4,922
0
0
52,748

7,333
4,628
2,454
0
11
74,140

0
0
0
0
5,882
7,986

0
40
0
6,060
0
6,100

13,019
6,550
7,376
6,060
5,893
140,974

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

15,882
(8,702)
0
7,180

7,893
(3,396)
0
4,497

1,607
(1,515)
338
430

5,208
(17,041)
0
(11,833)

30,590
(30,654)
338
274

193

(297)

276

60

232

(209)

441

4,109

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

1,803

2,074

T-14

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

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

43,158
3,595
0
46,753

8,697
15,925
45,162
69,784

1,429
4,507
2,028
7,964

17,817
976
72
18,865

71,101
25,003
47,262
143,366

42,598

60,970

1,716

0

105,284

5,852
1,967
5,328
0
0
55,745

7,436
4,583
2,523
0
5
75,517

0
0
0
0
6,417
8,133

0
40
0
5,805
0
5,845

13,288
6,590
7,851
5,805
6,422
145,240

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

16,086
(8,861)
0
7,225

8,169
(2,341)
0
5,828

1,447
(1,521)
306
232

4,288
(17,313)
0
(13,025)

29,990
(30,036)
306
260

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

(1,767)

95

63

(5)

(1,614)

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/Reserved For:
   Community Projects Fund 
   Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
   Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

All
Funds
Total

(35)
10
(25)
(1,742)

T-15

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

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

46,037
2,776
0
48,813

8,941
16,055
46,510
71,506

1,449
4,890
1,660
7,999

18,905
824
72
19,801

75,332
24,545
48,242
148,119

45,056

62,518

1,405

0

108,979

6,113
2,004
5,604
0
0
58,777

7,643
4,688
2,683
0
5
77,537

0
0
0
0
6,615
8,020

0
40
0
6,482
0
6,522

13,756
6,732
8,287
6,482
6,620
150,856

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

16,736
(9,682)
0
7,054

8,504
(2,269)
0
6,235

1,463
(1,525)
120
58

4,534
(17,820)
0
(13,286)

31,237
(31,296)
120
61

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

(2,910)

204

37

(7)

(2,676)

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/Reserved For:
   Community Projects Fund 
   Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
   Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

All
Funds
Total

(33)
12
(21)
(2,889)

T-16

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2017
(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
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
Designated General Fund Reserves/Reserved For:
Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
   Increase (Decrease) in Reserves
Net General Fund Deficit

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

General
Fund

Special
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

All
Funds
Total

48,502
2,797
0
51,299

9,185
16,254
49,276
74,715

1,455
4,199
1,617
7,271

19,860
793
72
20,725

79,002
24,043
50,965
154,010

47,276

65,655

1,137

0

114,068

6,129
2,085
5,873
0
0
61,363

7,768
4,698
2,752
0
5
80,878

0
0
0
0
6,581
7,718

0
40
0
6,783
0
6,823

13,897
6,823
8,625
6,783
6,586
156,782

17,377
(10,248)
0
7,129

8,602
(2,170)
0
6,432

1,862
(1,607)
65
320

4,403
(18,284)
0
(13,881)

32,244
(32,309)
65
0

(2,935)

269

(127)

21

(2,772)

13
13
(2,948)

T-17

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

3,360

3,877

517

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

66,302
24,030
42,843
133,175

69,324
24,175
47,433
140,932

3,022
145
4,590
7,757

4.6%
0.6%
10.7%
5.8%

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

95,429

102,076

6,647

7.0%

13,012
6,170
6,676
6,138
5,672
133,097

13,019
6,550
7,376
6,060
5,893
140,974

7
380
700
(78)
221
7,877

0.1%
6.2%
10.5%
‐1.3%
3.9%
5.9%

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

26,904
(26,899)
434
439

30,590
(30,654)
338
274

3,686
(3,755)
(96)
(165)

13.7%
14.0%
‐22.1%
‐37.6%

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

517

232

3,877

4,109

(285)
232

T-18

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

Special 
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

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

33,066
13,888
2,311
1,231
50,496
(498)
(7,455)
42,543
(3,419)
(10,636)
28,488

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,419
0
3,419

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10,636
10,636

33,066
13,888
2,311
1,231
50,496
(498)
(7,455)
42,543
0
0
42,543

  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/STBF (Dedicated Transfers)
  User Taxes and Fees

11,734
431
0
251
0
0
0
12,416
(5,868)
6,548

797
1,060
105
0
0
43
90
2,095
0
2,095

0
0
395
0
140
71
0
606
0
606

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5,867
5,867

12,531
1,491
500
251
140
114
90
15,117
(1)
15,116

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

2,914
596
1,418
1,420
0
6,348

445
170
169
274
530
1,588

0
15
0
0
660
675

0
0
0
0
0
0

3,359
781
1,587
1,694
1,190
8,611

  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

1,050
740
0
0
18
1
1,809
(740)
1,069

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
621
621

1,050
740
0
0
18
1
1,809
0
1,809

 Payroll Tax

0

1,245

0

0

1,245

Total Taxes

42,453

8,347

1,400

17,124

69,324

681
650
26
56
231
5
1,657
3,306

0
0
481
0
0
0
15,380
15,861

0
0
811
0
0
0
3,400
4,211

0
0
0
0
0
0
797
797

681
650
1,318
56
231
5
21,234
24,175

2

45,138

2,221

72

47,433

45,761

69,346

7,832

17,993

140,932

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

T-19

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

Special 
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

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

35,399
13,735
2,276
1,268
52,678
(323)
(8,356)
43,999
(3,602)
(11,000)
29,397

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,602
0
3,602

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11,000
11,000

35,399
13,735
2,276
1,268
52,678
(323)
(8,356)
43,999
0
0
43,999

  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/STBF (Dedicated Transfers)
  User Taxes and Fees

12,252
425
0
256
0
0
0
12,933
(6,127)
6,806

835
1,041
106
0
0
45
100
2,127
0
2,127

0
0
398
0
143
74
0
615
0
615

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,126
6,126

13,087
1,466
504
256
143
119
100
15,675
(1)
15,674

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

2,220
620
1,468
1,503
0
5,811

467
172
176
286
545
1,646

0
15
0
0
680
695

0
0
0
0
0
0

2,687
807
1,644
1,789
1,225
8,152

  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

1,125
810
0
0
18
1
1,954
(810)
1,144

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
691
691

1,125
810
0
0
18
1
1,954
0
1,954

 Payroll Tax

0

1,322

0

0

1,322

Total Taxes

43,158

8,697

1,429

17,817

71,101

747
655
26
52
231
30
1,854
3,595

0
0
481
0
0
0
15,444
15,925

0
0
811
0
0
0
3,696
4,507

0
0
0
0
0
0
976
976

747
655
1,318
52
231
30
21,970
25,003

0

45,162

2,028

72

47,262

46,753

69,784

7,964

18,865

143,366

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-20

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

Special 
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

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

37,709
14,825
2,376
1,308
56,218
(273)
(9,017)
46,928
(3,704)
(11,732)
31,492

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,704
0
3,704

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11,732
11,732

37,709
14,825
2,376
1,308
56,218
(273)
(9,017)
46,928
0
0
46,928

  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/STBF (Dedicated Transfers)
  User Taxes and Fees

12,813
418
0
261
0
0
0
13,492
(6,407)
7,085

864
1,018
106
0
0
47
101
2,136
0
2,136

0
0
401
0
151
77
0
629
0
629

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,407
6,407

13,677
1,436
507
261
151
124
101
16,257
0
16,257

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

2,573
636
1,523
1,569
0
6,301

490
177
183
301
549
1,700

0
15
0
0
686
701

0
0
0
0
0
0

3,063
828
1,706
1,870
1,235
8,702

  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

1,140
885
0
0
18
1
2,044
(885)
1,159

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
766
766

1,140
885
0
0
18
1
2,044
0
2,044

 Payroll Tax

0

1,401

0

0

1,401

Total Taxes

46,037

8,941

1,449

18,905

75,332

638
655
26
58
231
30
1,138
2,776

0
0
481
0
0
0
15,574
16,055

0
0
811
0
0
0
4,079
4,890

0
0
0
0
0
0
824
824

638
655
1,318
58
231
30
21,615
24,545

0

46,510

1,660

72

48,242

48,813

71,506

7,999

19,801

148,119

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

T-21

CASH RECEIPTS 
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
General
Fund

Special 
Revenue
Funds

Capital
Projects
Funds

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

39,941
15,759
2,476
1,353
59,529
(223)
(9,506)
49,800
(3,805)
(12,450)
33,545

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,805
0
3,805

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12,450
12,450

39,941
15,759
2,476
1,353
59,529
(223)
(9,506)
49,800
0
0
49,800

  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/STBF (Dedicated Transfers)
  User Taxes and Fees

13,178
410
0
266
0
0
0
13,854
(6,589)
7,265

887
995
106
0
0
47
101
2,136
0
2,136

0
0
404
0
149
77
0
630
0
630

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,589
6,589

14,065
1,405
510
266
149
124
101
16,620
0
16,620

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

2,691
652
1,540
1,640
0
6,523

513
188
190
316
554
1,761

0
15
0
0
691
706

0
0
0
0
0
0

3,204
855
1,730
1,956
1,245
8,990

  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

1,150
940
0
0
18
1
2,109
(940)
1,169

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
821
821

1,150
940
0
0
18
1
2,109
0
2,109

 Payroll Tax

0

1,483

0

0

1,483

Total Taxes

48,502

9,185

1,455

19,860

79,002

644
655
26
54
232
30
1,156
2,797

0
0
481
0
0
0
15,773
16,254

0
0
811
0
0
0
3,388
4,199

0
0
0
0
0
0
793
793

644
655
1,318
54
232
30
21,110
24,043

0

49,276

1,617

72

50,965

51,299

74,715

7,271

20,725

154,010

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Debt
Service
Funds

Total

T-22

CURRENT STATE RECEIPTS 
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

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

31,958
12,193
2,148
1,144
47,443
(309)
(6,907)
40,227
0
0
40,227

33,066
13,888
2,311
1,231
50,496
(498)
(7,455)
42,543
0
0
42,543

1,108
1,695
163
87
3,053
(189)
(548)
2,316
0
0
2,316

3.5%
13.9%
7.6%
7.6%
6.4%
61.2%
7.9%
5.8%
‐‐
‐‐
5.8%

  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/STBF (Dedicated Transfers)
  User Taxes and Fees

11,989
1,551
492
246
145
109
83
14,615
0
14,615

12,531
1,491
500
251
140
114
90
15,117
(1)
15,116

542
(60)
8
5
(5)
5
7
502
(1)
501

4.5%
‐3.9%
1.6%
2.0%
‐3.4%
4.6%
8.4%
3.4%
‐‐
3.4%

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

3,009
895
1,509
1,912
1,140
8,465

3,359
781
1,587
1,694
1,190
8,611

350
(114)
78
(218)
50
146

11.6%
‐12.7%
5.2%
‐11.4%
4.4%
1.7%

  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

1,014
756
1
0
18
1
1,790
0
1,790

1,050
740
0
0
18
1
1,809
0
1,809

36
(16)
(1)
0
0
0
19
0
19

3.6%
‐2.1%
‐100.0%
‐‐
0.0%
0.0%
1.1%
‐‐
1.1%

 Payroll Tax

1,205

1,245

40

Total Taxes

66,302

69,324

3,022

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

584
714
1,378
61
233
2
21,058
24,030

681
650
1,318
56
231
5
21,234
24,175

Federal Receipts
Total     

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

97
(64)
(60)
(5)
(2)
3
176
145

3.3%
4.6%
16.6%
‐9.0%
‐4.4%
‐8.2%
‐0.9%
150.0%
0.8%
0.6%

42,843

47,433

4,590

10.7%

133,175

140,932

7,757

5.8%

T-23

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

State

Federal

Transfer
Eliminations

Total

Opening Fund Balance

2,368

3

0

2,371

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

8,347
15,675
1
24,023

0
186
45,137
45,323

0
0
0
0

8,347
15,861
45,138
69,346

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

19,438

40,276

0

59,714

6,680
3,556
2,136
11
31,821

653
1,072
318
0
42,319

0
0
0
0
0

7,333
4,628
2,454
11
74,140

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
   Net Other Financing Sources (Uses)

8,705
(1,204)
7,501

1
(3,005)
(3,004)

(813)
813
0

7,893
(3,396)
4,497

(297)

0

0

(297)

3

0

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

2,071

2,074

T-24

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

State

Federal

Transfer
Eliminations

Total

Opening Fund Balance

2,071

3

0

2,074

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

8,697
15,739
1
24,437

0
186
45,161
45,347

0
0
0
0

8,697
15,925
45,162
69,784

19,621

41,349

0

60,970

6,790
3,626
2,205
5
32,247

646
957
318
0
43,270

0
0
0
0
0

7,436
4,583
2,523
5
75,517

8,588
(683)
7,905

1
(2,078)
(2,077)

(420)
420
0

8,169
(2,341)
5,828

95

0

0

95

2,166

3

0

2,169

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-25

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

State

Federal

Transfer
Eliminations

Total

Opening Fund Balance

2,166

3

0

2,169

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

8,941
15,869
1
24,811

0
186
46,509
46,695

0
0
0
0

8,941
16,055
46,510
71,506

19,816

42,702

0

62,518

6,965
3,755
2,350
5
32,891

678
933
333
0
44,646

0
0
0
0
0

7,643
4,688
2,683
5
77,537

8,923
(639)
8,284

1
(2,050)
(2,049)

(420)
420
0

8,504
(2,269)
6,235

204

0

0

204

2,370

3

0

2,373

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-26

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2017
(millions of dollars)

State

Federal

Transfer
Eliminations

Total

Opening Fund Balance

2,370

3

0

2,373

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

9,185
16,068
1
25,254

0
186
49,275
49,461

0
0
0
0

9,185
16,254
49,276
74,715

20,013

45,642

0

65,655

7,081
3,850
2,414
5
33,363

687
848
338
0
47,515

0
0
0
0
0

7,768
4,698
2,752
5
80,878

9,021
(644)
8,377

1
(1,946)
(1,945)

(420)
420
0

8,602
(2,170)
6,432

268

1

0

269

2,638

4

0

2,642

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-27

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

1,594

2,371

777

48.7%

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total receipts 

8,146
15,756
40,576
64,478

8,347
15,861
45,138
69,346

201
105
4,562
4,868

2.5%
0.7%
11.2%
7.5%

53,794

59,714

5,920

11.0%

6,882
4,400
2,126
0
8
67,210

7,333
4,628
2,454
0
11
74,140

451
228
328
0
3
6,930

6.6%
5.2%
15.4%
‐‐
37.5%
10.3%

7,478
(3,969)
3,509

7,893
(3,396)
4,497

415
573
988

5.5%
‐14.4%
28.2%

777

(297)

(1,074)

‐138.2%

2,371

2,074

(297)

‐12.5%

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-28

CASH RECEIPTS 
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2014 THROUGH FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

Personal Income Tax

3,419

3,602

3,704

3,805

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

2,095
797
1,060
105
43
90

2,127
835
1,041
106
45
100

2,136
864
1,018
106
47
101

2,136
887
995
106
47
101

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

1,588
445
170
169
274
530

1,646
467
172
176
286
545

1,700
490
177
183
301
549

1,761
513
188
190
316
554

Payroll Tax

1,245

1,322

1,401

1,483

Total Taxes

8,347

8,697

8,941

9,185

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

15,861
4,550
4,267
3,280
785
783
481
1,715

15,925
4,813
4,383
3,292
788
795
481
1,373

16,055
4,931
4,546
3,297
788
809
481
1,203

16,254
5,054
4,707
3,295
788
818
481
1,111

Federal Receipts

45,138

45,162

46,510

49,276

Total     

69,346

69,784

71,506

74,715

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-29

CASH RECEIPTS 
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Personal Income Tax

3,286

3,419

133

4.0%

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

2,092
757
1,108
103
41
83

2,095
797
1,060
105
43
90

3
40
(48)
2
2
7

0.1%
5.3%
‐4.3%
1.9%
4.9%
8.4%

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

1,563
385
194
163
315
506

1,588
445
170
169
274
530

25
60
(24)
6
(41)
24

1.6%
15.6%
‐12.4%
3.7%
‐13.0%
4.7%

Payroll Tax

1,205

1,245

40

3.3%

Total Taxes

8,146

8,347

201

2.5%

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

15,756
4,228
4,143
3,214
783
723
453
2,212

15,861
4,550
4,267
3,280
785
783
481
1,715

105
322
124
66
2
60
28
(497)

Federal Receipts

40,576

45,138

4,562

11.2%

Total     

64,478

69,346

4,868

7.5%

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

0.7%
7.6%
3.0%
2.1%
0.3%
8.3%
6.2%
‐22.5%

T-30

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

Transfer
Eliminations

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

(293)

(192)

0

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
    Total Receipts

1,400
4,211
5
5,616

0
0
2,216
2,216

0
0
0
0

1,400
4,211
2,221
7,832

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
    Total Disbursements

1,382
4,764
6,146

722
1,118
1,840

0
0
0

2,104
5,882
7,986

1,921
(1,504)
338
755

0
(325)
0
(325)

(314)
314
0
0

1,607
(1,515)
338
430

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

225

51

0

276

Closing Fund Balance

(68)

(141)

0

(209)

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Total
(485)

T-31

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

Transfer
Eliminations

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

(68)

(141)

0

(209)

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,429
4,507
5
5,941

0
0
2,023
2,023

0
0
0
0

1,429
4,507
2,028
7,964

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
 Total Disbursements

1,024
5,456
6,480

692
961
1,653

0
0
0

1,716
6,417
8,133

1,755
(1,509)
306
552

0
(320)
0
(320)

(308)
308
0
0

1,447
(1,521)
306
232

13

50

0

63

(55)

(91)

0

(146)

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Total

T-32

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

Transfer
Eliminations

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

(55)

(91)

0

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,449
4,890
5
6,344

0
0
1,655
1,655

0
0
0
0

1,449
4,890
1,660
7,999

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
 Total Disbursements

754
5,943
6,697

651
672
1,323

0
0
0

1,405
6,615
8,020

1,767
(1,513)
120
374

0
(316)
0
(316)

(304)
304
0
0

1,463
(1,525)
120
58

21

16

0

37

(34)

(75)

0

(109)

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Total
(146)

T-33

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2017
(millions of dollars)

Transfer
Eliminations

State

Federal

Opening Fund Balance

(34)

(75)

0

(109)

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

1,455
4,199
5
5,659

0
0
1,612
1,612

0
0
0
0

1,455
4,199
1,617
7,271

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects
 Total Disbursements

496
5,948
6,444

641
633
1,274

0
0
0

1,137
6,581
7,718

2,172
(1,595)
65
642

0
(322)
0
(322)

(310)
310
0
0

1,862
(1,607)
65
320

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

(143)

16

0

(127)

Closing Fund Balance

(177)

(59)

0

(236)

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

Total

T-34

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN  
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)

Opening Fund Balance

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

(449)

(485)

(36)

8.0%

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

1,370
3,857
2,126
7,353

1,400
4,211
2,221
7,832

30
354
95
479

2.2%
9.2%
4.5%
6.5%

Disbursements:
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects 
   Total Disbursements 

1,875
5,664
7,539

2,104
5,882
7,986

229
218
447

12.2%
3.8%
5.9%

1,172
(1,456)
434
150

1,607
(1,515)
338
430

435
(59)
(96)
280

37.1%
4.1%
‐22.1%
186.7%

(36)

276

312

(485)

(209)

276

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-35

CASH RECEIPTS 
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2014 THROUGH FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

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

606
395
140
71

615
398
143
74

629
401
151
77

630
404
149
77

Business Taxes
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

675
15
660

695
15
680

701
15
686

706
15
691

Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax

119
119

119
119

119
119

119
119

Total Taxes

1,400

1,429

1,449

1,455

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

4,211
3,576
76
77
811
(329)

4,507
3,888
91
77
811
(360)

4,890
4,235
105
77
811
(338)

4,199
3,848
112
77
811
(649)

Federal Receipts

2,221

2,028

1,660

1,617

Total     

7,832

7,964

7,999

7,271

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-36

CASH RECEIPTS 
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

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

602
389
145
68

606
395
140
71

4
6
(5)
3

0.7%
1.5%
‐3.4%
4.4%

Business Taxes
Corporation and Utilities Tax
Petroleum Business Tax

649
15
634

675
15
660

26
0
26

4.0%
0.0%
4.1%

Other Taxes
Real Estate Transfer Tax

119
119

119
119

0
0

0.0%
0.0%

Total Taxes

1,370

1,400

30

2.2%

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

3,857
2,912
39
77
796
33

4,211
3,576
76
77
811
(329)

354
664
37
0
15
(362)

9.2%
22.8%
94.9%
0.0%
1.9%
‐1097.0%

Federal Receipts

2,126

2,221

95

4.5%

Total     

7,353

7,832

479

6.5%

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-37

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

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

9
6
15

38
13
51

21
13
34

21
13
34

20
13
33

456
456

463
463

478
478

478
478

478
478

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

52
21
2
75

90
35
4
129

115
40
5
160

110
40
5
155

110
40
5
155

EDUCATION
Education School Aid
   Functional Total

77
77

75
75

75
75

65
65

0
0

420
318
738

488
237
725

521
149
670

535
125
660

543
129
672

3
3

9
9

5
5

0
0

0
0

1,364

1,452

1,422

1,392

1,338

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Economic Development  
Empire State Development Corporation
   Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
   Functional Total

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
State University of New York
   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.

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-38

CASH RECEIPTS 
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
FY 2014 THROUGH FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Projected

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

Personal Income Tax

10,636

11,000

11,732

12,450

User Taxes and Fees
Sales and Use Tax

5,867
5,867

6,126
6,126

6,407
6,407

6,589
6,589

621
621

691
691

766
766

821
821

17,124

17,817

18,905

19,860

797
334
325
128
10

976
506
332
128
10

824
351
338
128
7

793
345
344
98
6

72
17,993

72
18,865

72
19,801

72
20,725

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-39

CASH RECEIPTS 
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Personal Income Tax

10,057

10,636

579

5.8%

User Taxes and Fees
Sales and Use Tax

2,809
2,809

5,867
5,867

3,058
3,058

108.9%
108.9%

637
637

621
621

13,503

17,124

913
311
450
143
9

797
334
325
128
10

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

79

72

14,495

17,993

(16)
(16)
3,621
(116)
23
(125)
(15)
1
(7)
3,498

‐2.5%
‐2.5%
26.8%
‐12.7%
7.4%
‐27.8%
‐10.5%
11.1%
‐8.9%
24.1%

T-40

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

State Special
Revenue
Funds

Opening Fund Balance

1,610

2,368

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

42,453
3,306
2
45,761

8,347
15,675
1
24,023

40,258

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

State Capital
Projects
Funds

State
Funds
Total

381

4,066

1,400
4,211
5
5,616

17,124
797
72
17,993

69,324
23,989
80
93,393

19,438

1,382

0

61,078

5,686
1,882
4,922
0
0
52,748

6,680
3,556
2,136
0
11
31,821

0
0
0
0
4,764
6,146

0
40
0
6,060
0
6,100

12,366
5,478
7,058
6,060
4,775
96,815

15,882
(8,702)
0
7,180

8,705
(1,204)
0
7,501

1,921
(1,504)
338
755

5,208
(17,041)
0
(11,833)

31,716
(28,451)
338
3,603

193

(297)

225

60

181

(68)

441

4,247

1,803

2,071

(293)

Debt
Service
Funds

T-41

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
STATE FUNDS
FY 2015
(millions of dollars)
General
Fund
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 Special
Revenue
Funds

State Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Funds
Total

43,158
3,595
0
46,753

8,697
15,739
1
24,437

1,429
4,507
5
5,941

17,817
976
72
18,865

71,101
24,817
78
95,996

42,598

19,621

1,024

0

63,243

5,852
1,967
5,328
0
0
55,745

6,790
3,626
2,205
0
5
32,247

0
0
0
0
5,456
6,480

0
40
0
5,805
0
5,845

12,642
5,633
7,533
5,805
5,461
100,317

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

16,086
(8,861)
0
7,225

8,588
(683)
0
7,905

1,755
(1,509)
306
552

4,288
(17,313)
0
(13,025)

30,717
(28,366)
306
2,657

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

(1,767)

95

13

(5)

(1,664)

Designated General Fund Reserves/Reserved For:
   Community Projects Fund 
   Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
   Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

(35)
10
(25)

Net General Fund Deficit

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(1,742)

T-42

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
STATE FUNDS
FY 2016
(millions of dollars)
General
Fund
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 Special
Revenue
Funds

State Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Funds
Total

46,037
2,776
0
48,813

8,941
15,869
1
24,811

1,449
4,890
5
6,344

18,905
824
72
19,801

75,332
24,359
78
99,769

45,056

19,816

754

0

65,626

6,113
2,004
5,604
0
0
58,777

6,965
3,755
2,350
0
5
32,891

0
0
0
0
5,943
6,697

0
40
0
6,482
0
6,522

13,078
5,799
7,954
6,482
5,948
104,887

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

16,736
(9,682)
0
7,054

8,923
(639)
0
8,284

1,767
(1,513)
120
374

4,534
(17,820)
0
(13,286)

31,960
(29,654)
120
2,426

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

(2,910)

204

21

(7)

(2,692)

Designated General Fund Reserves/Reserved For:
   Community Projects Fund 
   Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
   Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

(33)
12
(21)

Net General Fund Deficit

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(2,889)

T-43

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
STATE FUNDS
FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
General
Fund
Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

State Special
Revenue
Funds

State Capital
Projects
Funds

Debt
Service
Funds

State
Funds
Total

48,502
2,797
0
51,299

9,185
16,068
1
25,254

1,455
4,199
5
5,659

19,860
793
72
20,725

79,002
23,857
78
102,937

47,276

20,013

496

0

67,785

6,129
2,085
5,873
0
0
61,363

7,081
3,850
2,414
0
5
33,363

0
0
0
0
5,948
6,444

0
40
0
6,783
0
6,823

13,210
5,975
8,287
6,783
5,953
107,993

17,377
(10,248)
0
7,129

9,021
(644)
0
8,377

2,172
(1,595)
65
642

4,403
(18,284)
0
(13,881)

32,973
(30,771)
65
2,267

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

(2,935)

268

(143)

21

(2,789)

Designated General Fund Reserves/Reserved For:
   Prior‐Year Labor Agreements (2007‐2011)
   Increase (Decrease) in Reserves

13
13

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)

Net General Fund Deficit

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(2,948)

T-44

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
STATE FUNDS
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
$ Change

Annual
% Change

Opening Fund Balance

3,559

4,066

507

14.2%

Receipts:
Taxes 
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts

66,302
23,855
146
90,303

69,324
23,989
80
93,393

3,022
134
(66)
3,090

4.6%
0.6%
‐45.2%
3.4%

59,641

61,078

1,437

2.4%

12,403
5,280
6,437
6,138
4,624
94,523

12,366
5,478
7,058
6,060
4,775
96,815

(37)
198
621
(78)
151
2,292

‐0.3%
3.8%
9.6%
‐1.3%
3.3%
2.4%

27,865
(23,572)
434
4,727

31,716
(28,451)
338
3,603

3,851
(4,879)
(96)
(1,124)

13.8%
20.7%
‐22.1%
‐23.8%

507

181

(326)

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-45

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-46

447
116
563
443

Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service
Total Departmental Operations

General State Charges

3,448
4,769
6,379

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

567
66
40
210
110
993

188
19
23
973
23
2
62
151
0
0
8
1,449

Debt Service
Capital Projects
    State Share Medicaid
    SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Transfers to Other Funds

8,217

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

3,744

(2,635)

5,998

(187)
111
226
210
83
443

603

525
154
679

2,489
8
261
1,253
46
0
58
105
23
11
19
4,273

3,363

421
47
271
57
59
855

1,664
214
163
41
35
2,117

TOTAL RECEIPTS

PIT in Excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Tax in Excess of LGAC
Sales Tax Bond Fund
Real Estate Taxes in Excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other
Total Transfers from Other Funds

1,790
431
109
111
2,441
0
6
0
82
(24)
1
2
67
0

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

May
Results
6,379

0
6
0
41
28
8
38
121
0

4,993
540
355
91
5,979

OPENING BALANCE

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

2013
April
Results
1,610

4,805

1,061

5,553

(61)
95
301
210
102
647

113

435
112
547

1,617
598
52
803
23
235
170
164
1
387
196
4,246

6,614

956
464
302
34
18
1,774

0
5
0
70
(4)
56
580
707
0

2,448
664
946
75
4,133

June
Results
3,744

4,407

(398)

3,951

397
(18)
44
182
35
640

619

578
141
719

169
450
151
1,016
24
1
30
105
0
2
25
1,973

3,553

393
227
226
54
(16)
884

1
6
0
61
0
10
29
107
0

1,812
525
87
138
2,562

July
Results
4,805

3,642

(765)

3,807

(2)
126
235
0
101
460

384

440
153
593

600
132
75
1,145
139
2
104
109
25
1
38
2,370

3,042

202
167
226
61
1
657

4
6
0
63
0
10
(7)
76
0

1,662
506
65
76
2,309

6,273

2,631

4,512

(253)
200
312
0
588
847

235

437
119
556

1,379
54
72
598
48
234
262
99
0
91
37
2,874

7,143

1,140
297
297
72
219
2,025

54
6
0
74
0
51
291
476
0

2,866
657
1,007
112
4,642

August September
Results
Results
4,407
3,642

CASHFLOW 
GENERAL FUND
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

5,478

(795)

4,478

594
(203)
1
0
182
574

618

510
121
631

638
442
337
893
23
160
66
101
0
11
(16)
2,655

3,683

418
222
215
73
32
960

14
6
1
40
0
10
67
138
0

1,771
502
109
203
2,585

October
Projected
6,273

4,076

(1,402)

4,308

0
26
103
159
107
395

559

432
161
593

1,178
33
32
1,208
57
1
80
105
24
1
42
2,761

2,906

177
212
205
31
2
627

130
3
1
40
0
8
18
200
0

1,460
477
90
52
2,079

November
Projected
5,478

5,747

1,671

5,398

(2)
(7)
98
0
715
804

16

563
168
731

1,625
213
298
960
39
235
127
105
13
188
44
3,847

7,069

1,045
305
299
32
174
1,855

25
3
0
61
0
35
142
266
0

2,937
673
1,286
52
4,948

December
Projected
4,076

7,190

1,443

3,896

420
147
87
0
33
687

632

438
180
618

275
39
54
917
65
101
191
109
0
1
207
1,959

5,339

1,001
239
231
31
79
1,581

35
3
0
40
3
10
47
138
0

2,894
543
131
52
3,620

2014
January
Projected
5,747

6,481

(709)

4,157

(18)
174
93
0
21
270

713

432
278
710

450
338
307
815
87
121
75
43
11
1
216
2,464

3,448

400
3
199
29
59
690

80
3
1
40
10
10
20
164
0

2,002
457
83
52
2,594

February
Projected
7,190

1,803

(4,678)

11,944

191
510
273
0
968
1,942

(13)

449
179
628

6,682
466
357
651
109
247
375
196
1
70
233
9,387

7,266

1,023
148
260
17
409
1,857

307
3
2
69
13
22
430
846
2

1,853
573
2,080
55
4,561

March
Projected
6,481

1,803

193

61,450

1,646
1,227
1,813
971
3,045
8,702

4,922

5,686
1,882
7,568

17,290
2,792
2,019
11,232
683
1,339
1,600
1,392
98
764
1,049
40,258

61,643

8,840
2,545
2,894
532
1,071
15,882

650
56
5
681
26
231
1,657
3,306
2

28,488
6,548
6,348
1,069
42,453

Total
1,610

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-47

5

10,338

5,979

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

3,255
(3,163)
0
92

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

8,165

(2,173)

1,795
(1,615)
0
180

7,699

2
4,079

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

Capital Projects

137

645

282

1,150
449
1,599

461

1,012
367
1,379

Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service
Total Departmental Operations

2,489
8
260
0
1,698
105
49
59
105
493
11
36
5,313

5,346

General State Charges

188
19
25
0
1,214
39
61
62
151
180
0
16
1,955

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

0
6
369
0
82
361
61
31
1
271
253
1,435
0

2,387
1,083
168
273
3,911

10,338

May
Results

Debt Service

9,966

TOTAL RECEIPTS

0
6
331
0
41
260
66
57
8
348
365
1,482
0

6,657
1,112
446
269
8,484

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

Abandoned Property
ABC License Fee
HCRA
Investment Income
Licenses, Fees, etc.
Lottery
Medicaid
Motor vehicle fees
Reimbursements
State University Income
Other Transactions
Total Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

4,359

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

8,438

273

2,859
(2,639)
0
220

8,521

1

410

478

941
442
1,383

1,930
598
52
422
1,234
233
403
170
164
442
387
214
6,249

8,574

0
5
352
0
70
253
69
44
56
253
841
1,943
0

3,827
1,460
1,157
187
6,631

8,165

June
Results

8,472

34

2,104
(1,865)
0
239

5,663

0

90

642

1,249
412
1,661

169
450
152
0
1,519
91
158
30
105
327
2
267
3,270

5,458

1
6
372
0
61
305
64
38
10
285
277
1,419
2

2,416
1,173
152
296
4,037

8,438

July
Results

8,253

(219)

1,608
(1,382)
0
226

6,006

1

373

719

946
455
1,401

600
132
78
0
1,501
298
48
104
109
473
1
168
3,512

5,561

4
6
335
0
63
257
66
39
10
383
687
1,850
33

2,216
1,116
121
225
3,678

8,472

August
Results

9,070

817

3,339
(2,991)
0
348

8,672

(4)

794

343

945
465
1,410

3,390
54
75
189
968
98
413
262
99
406
91
84
6,129

9,141

54
6
355
0
74
259
76
30
51
735
516
2,156
0

4,073
1,444
1,203
265
6,985

8,253

September
Results

CASHFLOW
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

9,157

87

2,540
(1,850)
0
690

6,355

(29)

219

693

1,110
463
1,573

781
442
340
8
1,406
128
254
66
101
334
11
28
3,899

5,752

14
6
388
1
40
306
64
21
10
445
414
1,709
0

2,371
1,131
159
382
4,043

9,070

7,932

(1,225)

1,502
(1,252)
0
250

6,243

1

178

605

955
462
1,417

1,321
33
33
42
1,492
186
61
81
105
614
1
73
4,042

4,768

130
3
362
1
40
235
61
47
8
265
237
1,389
0

1,989
1,059
156
175
3,379

9,157

October November
Projected Projected

8,185

253

3,165
(2,801)
0
364

8,979

1

970

494

1,264
524
1,788

1,768
213
299
158
1,322
174
484
128
105
806
188
81
5,726

8,868

25
3
362
0
61
239
61
36
35
198
491
1,511
0

4,127
1,475
1,570
185
7,357

7,932

December
Projected

11,022

2,837

2,624
(2,497)
0
127

7,726

2

90

724

985
488
1,473

418
39
55
2,583
1,388
186
195
192
109
192
1
79
5,437

10,436

35
3
373
0
40
306
76
35
10
371
196
1,445
0

7,316
1,219
195
261
8,991

8,185

2014
January
Projected

10,410

(612)

1,236
(1,190)
0
46

6,049

0

503

772

953
498
1,451

593
338
306
0
1,226
218
190
75
43
242
1
91
3,323

5,391

80
3
373
1
40
240
61
43
10
519
(16)
1,354
2

2,669
1,003
139
224
4,035

11,022

February
Projected

4,315

(6,095)

3,768
(3,702)
0
66

14,677

31

2,014

482

855
454
1,309

6,825
498
357
17
1,262
323
516
375
196
231
70
171
10,841

8,516

307
3
578
2
69
259
60
86
22
194
505
2,085
38

2,495
1,235
2,470
193
6,393

10,410

March
Projected

Total

4,315

(44)

29,795
(26,947)
0
2,848

90,669

11

6,060

7,058

12,365
5,479
17,844

20,472
2,824
2,032
3,419
16,230
2,079
2,832
1,604
1,392
4,740
764
1,308
59,696

87,777

650
56
4,550
5
681
3,280
785
507
231
4,267
4,766
19,778
75

0
42,543
14,510
7,936
2,935
67,924

4,359

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-48

67
(95)
0
(28)
(113)
(598)

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE
(662)

(64)

157
(90)
0
67

532

0
29
229
2
12
18
99
36
425

107
107

401

117
188

42
54
0
96

(598)

May
Results

(814)

(152)

145
(93)
0
52

669

0
29
361
3
18
19
75
10
515

154
154

465

169
161

61
62
12
135

(662)

June
Results

*Does not include transfers between Capital Projects ‐ State Funds and Capital Projects ‐ Federal Funds

413

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses)*:
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

0
21
187
1
7
13
89
9
327

86
86

328

125
112

41
50
0
91

(485)

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

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

TOTAL RECEIPTS

Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

RECEIPTS:
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
  Total Taxes

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

(952)

(138)

(12)
(95)
0
(107)

725

0
28
320
2
9
28
102
11
500

225
225

694

317
262

47
56
12
115

(814)

July
Results

(1,171)

(219)

137
(90)
0
47

720

1
19
330
2
12
32
118
10
524

196
196

454

156
182

45
58
13
116

(952)

August
Results

(1,002)

169

196
(229)
0
(33)

823

0
42
422
4
10
19
80
8
585

238
238

1,025

523
364

67
59
12
138

(1,171)

September
Results

CASHFLOW
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

(832)

170

(153)
(93)
0
(246)

637

1
27
337
2
13
26
103
9
518

119
119

1,053

742
201

47
51
12
110

(1,002)

October
Projected

(759)

73

33
(93)
4
(56)

523

5
27
200
2
9
34
98
17
392

131
131

652

391
149

44
56
12
112

(832)

November
Projected

(761)

(2)

43
(89)
4
(42)

708

10
25
351
2
5
33
97
11
534

174
174

748

443
162

64
67
12
143

(759)

December
Projected

(820)

(59)

154
(89)
4
69

706

17
15
367
2
6
39
89
21
556

150
150

578

323
142

48
53
12
113

(761)

2014
January
Projected

(661)

159

181
(34)
4
151

638

26
37
297
2
6
32
100
25
525

113
113

646

408
133

43
51
11
105

(820)

February
Projected

(209)

452

659
(425)
322
556

892

33
188
42
13
18
40
145
2
481

411
411

788

497
165

57
58
11
126

(661)

March
Projected

(209)

276

1,607
(1,515)
338
430

7,986

93
487
3,443
37
125
333
1,195
169
5,882

2,104
2,104

7,832

4,211
2,221

606
675
119
1,400

(485)

Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-49

(99)
(497)

(398)

CLOSING BALANCE

157
(90)
0
67

(105)

67
(95)
0
(28)

379

0
28
142
2
12
18
99
34
335

44
44

213

117
0

42
54
0
96

(398)

May
Results

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

293

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

0
21
136
1
7
12
89
5
271

22
22

216

125
0

41
50
0
91

(293)

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

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

TOTAL RECEIPTS

Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

RECEIPTS:
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
  Total Taxes

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

(633)

(136)

145
(92)
0
53

493

0
28
251
2
18
19
75
9
402

91
91

304

169
0

61
62
12
135

(497)

June
Results

(824)

(191)

(12)
(95)
0
(107)

516

0
27
201
2
9
27
102
10
378

138
138

432

317
0

47
56
12
115

(633)

July
Results

(1,019)

(195)

137
(90)
0
47

513

1
19
186
2
12
32
118
8
378

135
135

271

156
0

45
58
12
115

(824)

August
Results

(917)

102

196
(229)
0
(33)

528

0
42
297
4
10
19
80
7
459

69
69

663

523
2

67
59
12
138

(1,019)

September
Results

CASHFLOW
CAPITAL PROJECTS STATE FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

(741)

176

(153)
(93)
0
(246)

429

1
27
175
2
13
25
103
9
355

74
74

851

741
0

47
51
12
110

(917)

(685)

56

33
(93)
4
(56)

391

5
25
109
2
9
32
98
17
297

94
94

503

391
0

44
56
12
112

(741)

(696)

(11)

43
(89)
4
(42)

555

10
24
269
2
5
31
97
11
449

106
106

586

443
0

64
67
12
143

(685)

October November December
Projected Projected Projected

(786)

(90)

154
(89)
4
69

595

17
15
293
2
6
37
89
21
480

115
115

436

323
0

48
53
12
113

(696)

2014
January
Projected

(662)

124

181
(35)
4
150

540

26
37
231
2
6
29
100
25
456

84
84

514

408
0

43
51
12
106

(786)

February
Projected

(68)

594

973
(414)
322
881

914

33
179
71
11
18
35
145
12
504

410
410

627

498
3

57
58
11
126

(662)

March
Projected

(68)

225

1,921
(1,504)
338
755

6,146

93
472
2,361
34
125
316
1,195
168
4,764

1,382
1,382

5,616

4,211
5

606
675
119
1,400

(293)

Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-50

CLOSING BALANCE
(200)

(8)

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements
(165)

35

0
0
0
0

153

120
0
0
0
0

0
1
87
0
0
0
0
2
90

63
63

188

0
188

0
0
0
0

(200)

May
Results

0
0
51
0
0
1
0
4
56

64
64

112

0
112

0
0
0
0

(192)

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Bond and Note Proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

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

TOTAL RECEIPTS

Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

RECEIPTS:
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
  Total Taxes

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

(180)

(15)

0
0
0
0

176

0
1
110
1
0
0
0
1
113

63
63

161

0
161

0
0
0
0

(165)

June
Results

(127)

53

0
0
0
0

209

0
1
119
0
0
1
0
1
122

87
87

262

0
262

0
0
0
0

(180)

July
Results

(151)

(24)

0
0
0
0

207

0
0
144
0
0
0
0
2
146

61
61

183

0
182

0
0
1
1

(127)

August
Results

(84)

67

0
0
0
0

295

0
0
125
0
0
0
0
1
126

169
169

362

0
362

0
0
0
0

(151)

September
Results

(90)

(6)

0
0
0
0

208

0
0
162
0
0
1
0
0
163

45
45

202

1
201

0
0
0
0

(84)

October
Projected

CASHFLOW
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS FEDERAL FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

(73)

17

0
0
0
0

132

0
2
91
0
0
2
0
0
95

37
37

149

0
149

0
0
0
0

(90)

November
Projected

(64)

9

0
0
0
0

153

0
1
82
0
0
2
0
0
85

68
68

162

0
162

0
0
0
0

(73)

December
Projected

(33)

31

0
0
0
0

111

0
0
74
0
0
2
0
0
76

35
35

142

0
142

0
0
0
0

(64)

2014
January
Projected

1

34

0
0
0
0

98

0
0
66
0
0
3
0
0
69

29
29

132

0
133

0
0
(1)
(1)

(33)

February
Projected

(141)

(142)

0
(325)
0
(325)

(22)

0
9
(29)
2
0
5
0
(10)
(23)

1
1

161

(1)
162

0
0
0
0

1

March
Projected

(141)

51

0
(325)
0
(325)

1,840

0
15
1,082
3
0
17
0
1
1,118

722
722

2,216

0
2,216

0
0
0
0

(192)

Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-51

45

3,499

529

791
(335)
456

6,339

5

2,920

(579)

747
(346)
401

6,192

1

413

558
394
952

524
0
90
422
2,287
356
174
3
387
446
0
137
4,826

5,212

3,125

352
253
253
69
48
218
1,193

422
191
211
70
894

3,499

June
Results

*Does not include transfers between Special Revenue ‐ State Funds and Special Revenue ‐ Federal Funds

2,970

599

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

404
(87)
317

3,858

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses)*:
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

2

26

Capital Projects

General State Charges

672
352
1,024

616
290
906

Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service
Total Departmental Operations

634
0
200
0
2,980
189
62
5
295
471
0
429
5,265

151
0
106
0
1,947
121
78
6
195
182
0
138
2,924

4,739
6,412

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

2,382
4,140

Federal Receipts

369
271
361
61
55
235
1,352

0
163
59
99
321

2,970

May
Results

TOTAL RECEIPTS

331
348
260
66
29
312
1,346

0
199
91
122
412

2,371

HCRA
State University Income
Lottery
Medicaid
Motor Vehicle Fees
Other Transactions
Total Miscellaneous Receipts

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

2,634

(286)

599
(79)
520

5,839

0

30

735
334
1,069

212
0
113
0
2,520
186
172
247
404
330
0
556
4,740

5,033

3,398

372
285
305
64
38
215
1,279

0
195
65
96
356

2,920

July
Results

3,311

677

584
(256)
328

5,321

1

341

552
388
940

99
0
52
0
2,225
413
61
62
338
450
0
339
4,039

5,670

3,610

335
383
257
66
39
684
1,764

0
158
56
82
296

2,634

August
Results

2,077

(1,234)

1,002
(507)
495

7,310

(4)

160

553
480
1,033

2,162
0
41
189
2,246
168
189
78
478
410
0
160
6,121

5,581

3,286

355
735
259
76
30
190
1,645

189
192
196
73
650

3,311

September
Results

CASHFLOW
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

2,378

301

447
(358)
89

5,143

(29)

89

647
441
1,088

287
0
81
8
2,597
216
115
12
237
337
0
105
3,995

5,355

3,518

388
445
306
64
21
271
1,495

7
184
50
101
342

2,077

October
Projected

2,343

(35)

593
(155)
438

4,945

1

57

574
413
987

273
0
50
42
2,016
190
73
103
234
595
0
324
3,900

4,472

3,012

362
265
235
61
47
149
1,119

32
157
66
86
341

2,378

November
Projected

1,303

(1,040)

1,021
(327)
694

7,339

1

556

767
470
1,237

466
0
89
158
2,616
219
262
103
310
796
0
526
5,545

5,605

3,705

362
198
239
61
36
278
1,174

158
189
284
95
726

2,343

December
Projected

1,866

563

338
(167)
171

8,145

2

96

598
437
1,035

399
1
20
2,583
2,983
192
112
103
210
195
0
214
7,012

8,537

4,304

373
371
306
76
32
48
1,206

2,593
198
64
172
3,027

1,303

2014
January
Projected

2,027

161

331
(152)
179

6,195

0

68

572
349
921

391
1
54
0
2,808
216
84
102
201
234
0
1,115
5,206

6,177

4,763

373
519
240
61
33
(137)
1,089

0
133
56
136
325

1,866

February
Projected

2,074

47

1,036
(627)
409

7,514

31

573

489
280
769

452
38
61
17
3,260
364
257
147
223
236
0
1,086
6,141

7,152

5,296

578
194
259
60
73
35
1,199

18
136
390
113
657

2,027

March
Projected

Total

2,074

(297)

7,893
(3,396)
4,497

74,140

11

2,454

7,333
4,628
11,961

6,050
40
957
3,419
30,485
2,830
1,639
971
3,512
4,682
0
5,129
59,714

69,346

45,138

4,550
4,267
3,280
785
481
2,498
15,861

3,419
2,095
1,588
1,245
8,347

2,371

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-52

OPENING BALANCE

788
3,156

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

414
(31)
383

1,341

2

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

Capital Projects

18

565
250
815

Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service
Total Departmental Operations

General State Charges

0
0
2
0
241
16
59
0
0
180
0
8
506

1,746

0

331
348
260
66
29
300
1,334

0
199
91
122
412

3,493

337

812
(105)
707

2,006

5

42

625
294
919

0
0
(1)
0
445
59
49
1
0
470
0
17
1,040

1,636

0

369
271
361
61
55
198
1,315

0
163
59
99
321

3,156

2,368

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

Federal Receipts

HCRA
State University Income
Lottery
Medicaid
Motor Vehicle Fees
Other Transactions
Total Miscellaneous Receipts

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

May
Results

2013
April
Results

3,055

(438)

774
(85)
689

3,202

1

365

506
327
833

313
0
0
422
431
210
168
0
0
441
0
18
2,003

2,075

0

352
253
253
69
48
206
1,181

422
191
211
70
894

3,493

June
Results

3,076

21

636
18
654

2,256

0

23

671
265
936

0
0
1
0
503
67
157
0
0
327
0
242
1,297

1,623

0

372
285
305
64
38
203
1,267

0
195
65
96
356

3,055

July
Results

3,439

363

607
(4)
603

2,282

1

335

506
298
804

0
0
3
0
356
159
46
0
0
448
0
130
1,142

2,042

0

335
383
257
66
39
666
1,746

0
158
56
82
296

3,076

August
Results

2,333

(1,106)

1,041
(224)
817

4,208

(4)

108

508
341
849

2,011
0
3
189
370
50
179
0
0
406
0
47
3,255

2,285

0

355
735
259
76
30
180
1,635

189
192
196
73
650

3,439

September
Results

CASHFLOW
SPECIAL REVENUE STATE FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

2,472

139

613
(76)
537

2,232

(29)

75

600
342
942

143
0
3
8
513
105
94
0
0
334
0
44
1,244

1,834

0

388
445
306
64
21
268
1,492

7
184
50
101
342

2,333

October
Projected

2,404

(68)

632
(2)
630

2,149

1

46

523
298
821

143
0
1
42
284
129
60
1
0
590
0
31
1,281

163
2,062

(505)

445
(79)
366

4,427

2

92

547
308
855

143
0
1
2,583
471
121
94
1
0
192
0
(128)
3,478

4,224

0

373
371
306
76
32
39
1,197

2,199

137

436
(60)
376

1,654

0

59

521
215
736

143
0
(1)
0
411
131
69
0
0
231
0
(125)
859

1,415

0

373
519
240
61
33
(136)
1,090

0
133
56
136
325

2,062

1,899
2,593
198
64
172
3,027

February
Projected

2014
January
Projected

1,899

1,098
(87)
1,011

3,407

1

478

701
348
1,049

143
0
1
158
362
135
249
1
0
793
0
37
1,879

0
1,891

0

362
198
239
61
36
269
1,165

158
189
284
95
726

2,404

December
Projected

1,451

362
265
235
61
47
140
1,110

32
157
66
86
341

2,472

November
Projected

2,071

(128)

1,197
(469)
728

2,071

(297)

8,705
(1,204)
7,501

11
31,821

2,657

2,136

6,679
3,557
10,236

3,182
32
13
3,419
4,998
1,396
1,493
4
0
4,642
0
259
19,438

24,023

1

4,550
4,267
3,280
785
481
2,312
15,675

3,419
2,095
1,588
1,245
8,347

2,368

Total

31

495

406
271
677

143
32
0
17
611
214
269
0
0
230
0
(62)
1,454

1,801

1

578
194
259
60
73
(21)
1,143

18
136
390
113
657

2,199

March
Projected

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-53

192
6

(189)
(186)

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

(251)

(67)

NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

0
(251)

4,333

0
(67)

2,517

0

3

47
58
105

634
0
201
0
2,535
130
13
4
295
1
0
412
4,225

4,776

(136)

(142)

(288)

0
(288)

2,990

0

48

52
67
119

211
0
90
0
1,856
146
6
3
387
5
0
119
2,823

3,136

11
3,125

6

(186)
37
4,739

June
Results

May
Results

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

0

51
40
91

Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service
Total Departmental Operations
8

151
0
104
0
1,706
105
19
6
195
2
0
130
2,418

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

Capital Projects

2,395

TOTAL RECEIPTS

General State Charges

13
2,382

3

RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

(442)

(306)

(134)

0
(134)

3,582

0

6

64
69
133

212
0
112
0
2,017
119
15
247
404
3
0
314
3,443

3,410

12
3,398

(136)

July
Results

(127)

315

(275)

0
(275)

3,038

0

6

45
90
135

99
0
49
0
1,869
254
15
62
338
2
0
209
2,897

3,628

18
3,610

(442)

August
Results

(255)

(128)

(323)

0
(323)

3,102

0

52

45
139
184

151
0
38
0
1,876
118
10
78
478
4
0
113
2,866

3,297

11
3,286

(127)

September
Results

(92)

163

(447)

0
(447)

2,911

0

14

47
99
146

144
0
78
0
2,084
111
21
12
237
3
0
61
2,751

3,521

3
3,518

(255)

October
Projected

CASHFLOW
SPECIAL REVENUE FEDERAL FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

(59)

33

(192)

0
(192)

2,796

0

11

51
115
166

130
0
49
0
1,732
61
13
102
234
5
0
293
2,619

3,021

9
3,012

(92)

November
Projected

(592)

(533)

(315)

0
(315)

3,932

0

78

66
122
188

323
0
88
0
2,254
84
13
102
310
3
0
489
3,666

3,714

9
3,705

(59)

December
Projected

(192)

400

(195)

0
(195)

3,718

0

4

51
129
180

256
1
19
0
2,512
71
18
102
210
3
0
342
3,534

4,313

9
4,304

(592)

2014
January
Projected

(167)

25

(196)

0
(196)

4,541

0

9

51
134
185

248
1
55
0
2,397
85
15
102
201
3
0
1,240
4,347

4,762

(1)
4,763

(192)

February
Projected

3

170

(321)

1
(322)

4,859

0

79

83
10
93

309
6
61
0
2,650
151
(12)
148
223
6
0
1,145
4,687

5,350

55
5,295

(167)

March
Projected

3

0

(3,004)

1
(3,005)

42,319

0

318

653
1,072
1,725

2,868
8
944
0
25,488
1,435
146
968
3,512
40
0
4,867
40,276

45,323

186
45,137

3

Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-54

422
803

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

724
(2,139)
(1,415)

1
282
283

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations
Debt Service
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

1,664
373
56
2,093
27
0
2,120

381

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Other Taxes
  Total Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
TOTAL RECEIPTS

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

928

125

128
(1,067)
(939)

1
137
138

597
489
63
1,149
53
0
1,202

803

May
Results

578

(350)

311
(1,907)
(1,596)

3
410
413

957
605
42
1,604
55
0
1,659

928

June
Results

989

411

584
(1,243)
(659)

6
90
96

604
453
62
1,119
45
2
1,166

578

July
Results

1,172

183

344
(918)
(574)

4
373
377

554
452
67
1,073
28
33
1,134

989

August
Results

464

(708)

273
(1,920)
(1,647)

5
794
799

1,018
595
80
1,693
45
0
1,738

1,172

September
Results

CASHFLOW
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

1,207

743

967
(1,200)
(233)

0
219
219

593
445
78
1,116
79
0
1,195

464

October
Projected

1,452

245

243
(855)
(612)

3
178
181

497
425
37
959
79
0
1,038

1,207

November
Projected

539

(913)

212
(1,910)
(1,698)

8
970
978

1,032
613
38
1,683
80
0
1,763

1,452

December
Projected

1,770

1,231

598
(1,731)
(1,133)

0
90
90

1,829
478
37
2,344
110
0
2,454

539

2014
January
Projected

1,730

(40)

110
(860)
(750)

5
503
508

667
413
36
1,116
100
2
1,218

1,770

February
Projected

441

(1,289)

714
(1,291)
(577)

4
2,014
2,018

624
526
25
1,175
96
35
1,306

1,730

March
Projected

441

60

5,208
(17,041)
(11,833)

40
6,060
6,100

10,636
5,867
621
17,124
797
72
17,993

381

Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-55
9,554

5,677

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

3,312
(3,314)
0
(2)

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

329

Capital Projects
7,009

282

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

469

General State Charges

1,063
407
1,470

Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service
Total Departmental Operations

Debt Service

339
19
129
0
2,920
144
80
68
346
182
0
232
4,459

12,688

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

0
6
331
0
41
260
66
57
8
348
502
1,619
2,494

6,657
1,153
496
269
8,575

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

Abandoned Property
ABC License Fee
HCRA
Investment Income
Licenses, Fees, etc.
Lottery
Medicaid
Motor vehicle fees
Reimbursements
State University Income
Other Transactions
Total Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

3,877

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

7,509

(2,045)

1,931
(1,935)
0
(4)

12,564

430

137

648

1,197
507
1,704

3,123
8
461
0
4,233
235
62
63
400
494
11
555
9,645

10,523

0
6
369
0
82
361
61
31
1
271
407
1,589
4,927

2,387
1,125
222
273
4,007

9,554

May
Results

7,489

(20)

2,977
(2,993)
0
(16)

12,180

516

410

526

993
509
1,502

2,141
598
142
422
3,090
379
409
173
551
447
387
487
9,226

12,176

0
5
352
0
70
253
69
44
56
253
1,022
2,124
3,286

3,827
1,521
1,219
199
6,766

7,509

June
Results

7,078

(411)

2,055
(2,057)
0
(2)

9,971

500

90

649

1,313
481
1,794

381
450
264
0
3,536
210
173
277
509
330
2
806
6,938

9,562

1
6
372
0
61
305
64
38
10
285
606
1,748
3,662

2,416
1,220
208
308
4,152

7,489

July
Results

6,954

(124)

1,722
(1,724)
0
(2)

9,765

525

373

725

992
545
1,537

699
132
127
0
3,370
552
63
166
447
475
1
573
6,605

9,643

4
6
335
0
63
257
66
39
10
383
861
2,024
3,825

2,216
1,161
179
238
3,794

7,078

August
Results

7,812

858

3,496
(3,503)
0
(7)

12,597

581

794

395

990
604
1,594

3,541
54
113
189
2,844
216
423
340
577
410
91
435
9,233

13,462

54
6
355
0
74
259
76
30
51
735
1,049
2,689
3,650

4,073
1,511
1,262
277
7,123

6,954

September
Results

CASHFLOW
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

8,231

419

2,221
(2,225)
0
(4)

9,903

489

219

707

1,157
562
1,719

925
442
418
8
3,490
239
275
78
338
337
11
208
6,769

10,326

14
6
388
1
40
306
64
21
10
445
1,159
2,454
3,719

2,371
1,178
210
394
4,153

7,812

October
Projected

7,112

(1,119)

1,496
(1,498)
4
2

9,562

393

178

616

1,006
577
1,583

1,451
33
82
42
3,224
247
74
183
339
619
1
497
6,792

8,441

130
3
362
1
40
235
61
47
8
265
637
1,789
3,161

1,989
1,103
212
187
3,491

8,231

November
Projected

6,828

(284)

3,131
(3,130)
4
5

13,619

535

970

572

1,330
646
1,976

2,091
213
387
158
3,576
258
497
230
415
809
188
744
9,566

13,330

25
3
362
0
61
239
61
36
35
198
943
1,963
3,867

4,127
1,539
1,637
197
7,500

7,112

December
Projected

10,006

3,178

2,671
(2,674)
4
1

12,150

558

90

728

1,036
617
1,653

674
40
74
2,583
3,900
257
213
294
319
195
1
571
9,121

15,327

35
3
373
0
40
306
76
35
10
371
528
1,777
4,446

7,316
1,267
248
273
9,104

6,828

2014
January
Projected

9,577

(429)

1,312
(1,316)
4
0

11,228

525

503

781

1,004
632
1,636

841
339
361
0
3,623
303
205
177
244
245
1
1,444
7,783

10,799

80
3
373
1
40
240
61
43
10
519
391
1,761
4,898

2,669
1,046
190
235
4,140

10,006

February
Projected

4,109

(5,468)

4,266
(4,285)
322
303

20,426

512

2,014

560

938
463
1,401

7,134
504
418
17
3,911
473
504
522
419
237
70
1,730
15,939

14,655

307
3
578
2
69
259
60
86
22
194
1,058
2,638
5,498

2,495
1,292
2,528
204
6,519

9,577

March
Projected

4,109

232

30,590
(30,654)
338
274

140,974

5,893

6,060

7,376

13,019
6,550
19,569

23,340
2,832
2,976
3,419
41,717
3,513
2,978
2,571
4,904
4,780
764
8,282
102,076

140,932

650
56
4,550
5
681
3,280
785
507
231
4,267
9,163
24,175
47,433

42,543
15,116
8,611
3,054
69,324

3,877

Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-56

4,372
3,322
(3,258)
0
64
5,874
9,940

Excess/(Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

CLOSING BALANCE

273

Capital Projects

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses):
Transfers from other funds
Transfers to other funds
Bond and note proceeds
NET OTHER FINANCING SOURCES/(USES)

282

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS

461

General State Charges

1,012
367
1,379

Personal Service
Non‐Personal Service
Total Departmental Operations

Debt Service

188
19
25
0
1,214
39
61
62
151
180
0
38
1,977

10,182

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

0
6
331
0
41
260
66
57
8
348
490
1,607
0

6,657
1,153
496
269
8,575

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
User Taxes and Fees
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Total Taxes

Abandoned Property
ABC License Fee
HCRA
Investment Income
Licenses, Fees, etc.
Lottery
Medicaid
Motor vehicle fees
Reimbursements
State University Income
Other Transactions
Total Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

4,066

OPENING BALANCE

2013
April
Results

7,668

(2,272)

1,952
(1,705)
0
247

8,078

340

137

645

1,150
449
1,599

2,489
8
260
0
1,698
105
49
59
105
493
11
80
5,357

5,559

0
6
369
0
82
361
61
31
1
271
370
1,552
0

2,387
1,125
222
273
4,007

9,940

May
Results

7,805

137

3,004
(2,731)
0
273

9,014

403

410

478

941
442
1,383

1,930
598
52
422
1,234
233
403
170
164
442
387
305
6,340

8,878

0
5
352
0
70
253
69
44
56
253
1,010
2,112
0

3,827
1,521
1,219
199
6,766

7,668

June
Results

7,648

(157)

2,092
(1,960)
0
132

6,179

378

90

642

1,249
412
1,661

169
450
152
0
1,519
91
158
30
105
327
2
405
3,408

5,890

1
6
372
0
61
305
64
38
10
285
594
1,736
2

2,416
1,220
208
308
4,152

7,805

July
Results

7,234

(414)

1,745
(1,472)
0
273

6,519

379

373

719

946
455
1,401

600
132
78
0
1,501
298
48
104
109
473
1
303
3,647

5,832

4
6
335
0
63
257
66
39
10
383
843
2,006
33

2,216
1,161
179
237
3,793

7,648

August
Results

8,153

919

3,535
(3,220)
0
315

9,200

455

794

343

945
465
1,410

3,390
54
75
189
968
98
413
262
99
406
91
153
6,198

9,804

54
6
355
0
74
259
76
30
51
735
1,039
2,679
2

4,073
1,511
1,262
277
7,123

7,234

September
Results

CASHFLOW
STATE FUNDS
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

8,416

263

2,387
(1,943)
0
444

6,784

326

219

693

1,110
463
1,573

781
442
340
8
1,406
128
254
66
101
334
11
102
3,973

6,603

14
6
388
1
40
306
64
21
10
445
1,155
2,450
0

2,371
1,178
210
394
4,153

8,153

October
Projected

7,247

(1,169)

1,535
(1,345)
4
194

6,634

298

178

605

955
462
1,417

1,321
33
33
42
1,492
186
61
81
105
614
1
167
4,136

5,271

130
3
362
1
40
235
61
47
8
265
628
1,780
0

1,989
1,103
212
187
3,491

8,416

November
Projected

7,489

242

3,208
(2,890)
4
322

9,534

450

970

494

1,264
524
1,788

1,768
213
299
158
1,322
174
484
128
105
806
188
187
5,832

9,454

25
3
362
0
61
239
61
36
35
198
934
1,954
0

4,127
1,539
1,637
197
7,500

7,247

December
Projected

10,236

2,747

2,778
(2,586)
4
196

8,321

482

90

724

985
488
1,473

418
39
55
2,583
1,388
186
195
192
109
192
1
194
5,552

10,872

35
3
373
0
40
306
76
35
10
371
519
1,768
0

7,316
1,267
248
273
9,104

7,489

2014
January
Projected

9,748

(488)

1,417
(1,225)
4
196

6,589

456

503

772

953
498
1,451

593
338
306
0
1,226
218
190
75
43
242
1
175
3,407

5,905

80
3
373
1
40
240
61
43
10
519
392
1,762
2

2,669
1,046
190
236
4,141

10,236

February
Projected

4,247

(5,501)

4,741
(4,116)
322
947

15,591

535

2,014

482

855
454
1,309

6,825
498
357
17
1,262
323
516
375
196
231
70
581
11,251

9,143

307
3
578
2
69
259
60
86
22
194
1,003
2,583
41

2,495
1,292
2,528
204
6,519

9,748

March
Projected

Total

4,247

181

31,716
(28,451)
338
3,603

96,815

4,775

6,060

7,058

12,365
5,479
17,844

20,472
2,824
2,032
3,419
16,230
2,079
2,832
1,604
1,392
4,740
764
2,690
61,078

93,393

650
56
4,550
5
681
3,280
785
507
231
4,267
8,977
23,989
80

0
42,543
15,116
8,611
3,054
69,324

4,066

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
First
Quarter

Change

Mid‐Year

Opening Fund Balance

18

0

18

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
   Total Receipts 

1,060
4,550
5,610

0
0
0

1,060
4,550
5,610

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

3,437
445
776
183
386
29
372
5,628

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3,437
445
776
183
386
29
372
5,628

(18)

0

(18)

0

0

0

Change in Fund Balance
Closing Fund Balance

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-57

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2014 THROUGH FY 2017
(millions of dollars)
FY 2014
Mid‐Year

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

Opening Fund Balance

18

0

0

0

Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
   Total Receipts 

1,060
4,550
5,610

1,041
4,813
5,854

1,018
4,931
5,949

995
5,054
6,049

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

3,437
445
776
183
386
29
372
5,628

3,812
444
792
220
453
0
133
5,854

3,878
460
792
250
385
0
184
5,949

4,040
460
792
271
312
0
174
6,049

(18)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Change in Fund Balance
Closing Fund Balance

Note: Statutory authorization for HCRA expires on March 31, 2014.

CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2013 and FY 2014
(millions of dollars)
FY 2013
Results
Opening Fund Balance
Receipts:
Taxes
Miscellaneous receipts
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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2014
Mid‐Year

Annual
Change

3

18

15

1,108
4,228
5,336

1,060
4,550
5,610

(48)
322
274

3,219
459
777
105
372
128
261
5,321

3,437
445
776
183
386
29
372
5,628

218
(14)
(1)
78
14
(99)
111
307

15
18

(18)
0

(33)
(18)

T-58

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-59

84
331
415
174
6
68
3
1
4
2
258
157
175

Receipts:
   Taxes
   Miscellaneous receipts

      Total Receipts

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

18

May
Results

April
Results

Opening Fund Balance

234

152

Closing Fund Balance

162

(13)

315
7
63
6
27
9
48
475

462

93
369

175

82

149

Change in Fund Balance

315
5
65
5
19
9
0
418

500

99
401

152

202
0
69
0
0
0
1
272

96
325
374
421

3

May
Results

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

      Total Receipts

Receipts:
   Taxes
   Miscellaneous receipts

Opening Fund Balance

April
Results

322

(68)

269
134
64
10
49
11
2
539

471

106
365

390

July
Results

302

(20)

286
47
62
11
33
15
27
481

461

103
358

322

August
Results

333

31

273
28
63
3
9
10
11
397

428

86
342

302

September
Results

18

(144)

306
155
64
16
38
6
1
586

442

90
352

162

June
Results

72

54

306
2
64
11
25
3
11
422

476

104
372

18

July
Results

54

(18)

232
43
62
9
89
3
2
440

422

87
335

72

August
Results

84

30

303
3
66
6
24
1
11
414

444

89
355

54

September
Results

CASH FLOW
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2014
(dollars in millions)

390

156

198
9
64
6
17
15
17
326

482

97
385

234

June
Results

CASH FLOW
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT RESOURCES FUND
FY 2013
(dollars in millions)

66

(18)

305
22
65
28
22
2
56
500

482

94
388

84

October
Projected

373

40

282
8
63
14
35
14
31
447

487

102
385

333

October
Results

184

118

158
60
65
24
22
1
1
331

449

87
362

66

November
Projected

301

(72)

285
50
63
8
29
9
17
461

389

87
302

373

November
Results

214

30

237
27
65
24
22
0
48
423

453

91
362

184

December
Projected

315

14

281
6
35
6
26
9
32
395

409

92
317

301

December
Results

226

12

331
19
65
19
22
0
2
458

470

97
373

214

January
Projected

161

(154)

400
40
94
6
23
11
22
596

442

97
345

315

January
Results

239

13

286
29
65
20
22
0
3
425

438

65
373

226

February
Projected

215

54

184
40
65
12
5
7
32
345

399

63
336

161

February
Results

0

(239)

484
72
64
17
72
0
187
896

657

79
578

239

March
Projected

18

(197)

244
92
70
24
127
18
69
644

447

80
367

215

March
Results

0

(18)

3,437
445
776
183
386
29
372
5,628

5,610

1,060
4,550

18

Total

18

15

3,219
459
777
105
372
128
261
5,321

5,336

1,108
4,228

3

Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-60

(124)
(130)

Closing Fund Balance

123
(58)
65

87

3

0
0
0

6
149
3,481
2
0
0
3,638

140
1,092
0
76
0
0
1,316

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

Other Financing Sources (Uses):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds

0

2,481
160
1,000
3,641

84

8

0
1,127
0
1,127

Receipts:
Unemployment Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
   Total Receipts 

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

(6)

(85)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
1
0
1

(86)

(242)

(112)

97
(49)
48

142
1,064
0
79
0
0
1,293

8

0
1,133
0
1,133

(130)

88

1

0
0
0

6
143
3,472
3
0
0
3,624

0

2,472
153
1,000
3,625

87

(84)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
1
0
1

(85)

Internal
Service Enterprise Fiduciary

Internal
Service Enterprise Fiduciary

Opening Fund Balance

FY 2015

FY 2014

 CASH FINANCIAL PLAN 
PROPRIETARY AND FIDUCIARY FUNDS
(millions of dollars)

(381)

(139)

89
(31)
58

145
1,057
85
0
0
0
1,295

8

0
1,098
0
1,098

(242)

88

0

0
0
0

7
130
3,472
3
0
0
3,612

0

2,472
140
1,000
3,612

88

(83)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
1
0
1

(84)

Internal
Service Enterprise Fiduciary

FY 2016

(528)

(147)

93
(29)
64

146
1,068
0
88
0
0
1,310

8

0
1,099
0
1,099

(381)

88

0

0
0
0

7
130
3,472
3
0
0
3,612

0

2,472
140
1,000
3,612

88

(82)

1

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0

0
1
0
1

(83)

Internal
Service Enterprise Fiduciary

FY 2017

Workforce Impact Summary
General Fund
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Children and Family Services, Ofce of
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Educaton Department, State
Environmental Conservaton, Department of
General Services, Ofce of
Health, Department of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Labor, Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Historic Preservaton, Ofce of
State Police, Division of
Taxaton and Finance, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Ofce of

2,642
29,041
271
1,119
776
1,678
131
0
1,461
4,822
4,855
909

2,641
29,117
265
1,069
782
1,603
1,744
0
1,420
5,142
4,291
900

2,417
28,516
279
1,064
914
1,510
1,860
1
1,419
5,319
3,667
909

Subtotal - Major Agencies

47,705

48,974

47,875

55
25
284
2
27
241
185
28
477
138
56
29
127
26
194
1
148
60
48
0
0
75
5
281
160
13
32
33
33
144
25
82
0
3

54
14
363
2
25
245
158
26
380
139
56
26
111
71
78
1
167
62
0
46
0
63
5
237
149
15
30
43
51
145
25
82
0
1

3,037

2,870

3,179

50,742

51,844

51,054

State University of New York

23,720

0

0

Subtotal - University Systems

23,720

0

0

Audit and Control, Department of
Law, Department of

1,281
1,118

1,316
1,023

1,384
1,066

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

2,399

2,339

2,450

76,861

54,183

53,504

Minor Agencies
Adirondack Park Agency
Aging, Ofce for the
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Ofce of
Arts, Council on the
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Correcton, Commission of
Criminal Justce Services, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Electons, State Board of
Employee Relatons, Ofce of
Executve Chamber
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Hudson River Valley Greenway Communites Council
Human Rights, Division of
Inspector General, Ofce of the
Judicial Commissions
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Justce Center for the Protecton of People with Special Needs
Labor Management Commitees
Lieutenant Governor, Ofce of the
Medicaid Inspector General, Ofce of the
Military and Naval Afairs, Division of
Preventon of Domestc Violence, Ofce for
Public Employment Relatons Board
Public Ethics, Joint Commission on
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilites, Commission on
State, Department of
Tax Appeals, Division of
Veterans' Afairs, Division of
Victm Services, Ofce of
Welfare Inspector General, Ofce of
Subtotal - Minor Agencies
Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control

54
19
361
0
28
266
169
29
404
149
58
26
136
88
54
1
124
65
0
50
245
77
7
242
162
17
33
48
0
147
27
90
(1)
4

University Systems

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-61

Workforce Impact Summary
State Operatng Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Children and Family Services, Ofce of
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Educaton Department, State
Environmental Conservaton, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
General Services, Ofce of
Health, Department of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Labor, Department of
Mental Health, Ofce of
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Historic Preservaton, Ofce of
People with Developmental Disabilites, Ofce for
State Police, Division of
Taxaton and Finance, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Ofce of
Transportaton, Department of
Workers' Compensaton Board

2,690
29,041
1,239
2,295
1,335
836
4,000
133
334
14,774
774
1,614
20,286
5,187
4,910
955
156
1,306

2,681
29,119
1,272
2,224
1,238
836
3,831
2,718
412
14,489
726
1,601
20,104
5,222
4,352
900
137
1,167

2,461
28,516
1,318
2,236
1,334
978
3,753
2,845
393
15,169
711
1,592
18,567
5,408
4,368
909
147
1,220

Subtotal - Major Agencies

91,865

93,029

91,925

6,908

6,349

6,864

98,773

99,378

98,789

City University of New York
State University Constructon Fund
State University of New York

272
151
42,792

273
0
43,239

275
0
43,247

Subtotal - University Systems

43,215

43,512

43,522

Audit and Control, Department of
Law, Department of

1,465
1,473

1,491
1,501

1,553
1,543

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

2,938

2,992

3,096

144,926

145,882

145,407

Minor Agencies
Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control
University Systems

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-62

Workforce Impact Summary
State Operatng Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Minor Agencies
Adirondack Park Agency
Aging, Ofce for the
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Ofce of
Arts, Council on the
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Correcton, Commission of
Criminal Justce Services, Division of
Deferred Compensaton Board
Economic Development, Department of
Electons, State Board of
Employee Relatons, Ofce of
Environmental Facilites Corporaton
Executve Chamber
Financial Control Board, New York State
Gaming Commission, New York State
Higher Educaton Services Corporaton, New York State
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Hudson River Valley Greenway Communites Council
Human Rights, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Ofce of
Inspector General, Ofce of the
Interest on Lawyer Account
Judicial Commissions
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Justce Center for the Protecton of People with Special Needs
Labor Management Commitees
Lieutenant Governor, Ofce of the
Lotery, Division of the
Medicaid Inspector General, Ofce of the
Military and Naval Afairs, Division of
Preventon of Domestc Violence, Ofce for
Public Employment Relatons Board
Public Ethics, Joint Commission on
Public Service Department
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilites, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
State, Department of
Statewide Financial System
Tax Appeals, Division of
Veterans' Afairs, Division of
Victm Services, Ofce of
Welfare Inspector General, Ofce of
Subtotal - Minor Agencies

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

55
26
432
116
816
27
300
190
28
482
4
140
56
29
78
127
14
0
483
310
608
1
148
4
60
8
48
0
0
75
5
318
281
166
13
32
33
445
64
102
516
109
25
82
48
4

54
14
416
115
765
25
268
162
26
383
4
141
56
26
0
111
14
365
422
263
556
1
167
10
62
8
0
46
0
63
5
0
237
154
15
30
43
477
74
0
495
118
25
82
49
2

54
20
414
127
764
28
290
174
29
409
4
151
58
26
0
136
14
434
444
281
550
1
124
10
65
8
0
50
270
77
7
0
242
168
17
33
48
508
0
0
514
145
27
90
49
4

6,908

6,349

6,864

T-63

Workforce Impact Summary
State Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Children and Family Services, Ofce of
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Educaton Department, State
Environmental Conservaton, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
General Services, Ofce of
Health, Department of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Labor, Department of
Mental Health, Ofce of
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Historic Preservaton, Ofce of
People with Developmental Disabilites, Ofce for
State Police, Division of
Taxaton and Finance, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Ofce of
Transportaton, Department of
Workers' Compensaton Board

2,697
29,338
1,389
2,674
1,335
1,298
4,058
537
334
14,822
2,360
1,724
20,286
5,187
4,910
959
8,909
1,306

2,687
29,413
1,413
2,591
1,238
1,306
3,884
3,383
412
14,538
2,225
1,716
20,104
5,222
4,352
900
8,619
1,167

2,467
28,845
1,463
2,610
1,334
1,521
3,809
3,533
393
15,237
2,197
1,704
18,567
5,408
4,368
909
8,264
1,220

104,123

105,170

103,849

7,169

6,553

7,121

111,292

111,723

110,970

City University of New York
State University Constructon Fund
State University of New York

12,961
151
42,799

13,437
150
43,242

13,024
152
43,247

Subtotal - University Systems

55,911

56,829

56,423

Audit and Control, Department of
Law, Department of

2,405
1,479

2,471
1,507

2,614
1,550

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

3,884

3,978

4,164

171,087

172,530

171,557

Subtotal - Major Agencies
Minor Agencies
Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control
University Systems

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-64

Workforce Impact Summary
State Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Minor Agencies
Adirondack Park Agency
Aging, Ofce for the
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Ofce of
Arts, Council on the
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Correcton, Commission of
Criminal Justce Services, Division of
Deferred Compensaton Board
Economic Development, Department of
Electons, State Board of
Employee Relatons, Ofce of
Environmental Facilites Corporaton
Executve Chamber
Financial Control Board, New York State
Gaming Commission, New York State
Higher Educaton Services Corporaton, New York State
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Hudson River Valley Greenway Communites Council
Human Rights, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Ofce of
Inspector General, Ofce of the
Interest on Lawyer Account
Judicial Commissions
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Justce Center for the Protecton of People with Special Needs
Labor Management Commitees
Lieutenant Governor, Ofce of the
Lotery, Division of the
Medicaid Inspector General, Ofce of the
Military and Naval Afairs, Division of
Preventon of Domestc Violence, Ofce for
Public Employment Relatons Board
Public Ethics, Joint Commission on
Public Service Department
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilites, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
State, Department of
Statewide Financial System
Tax Appeals, Division of
Veterans' Afairs, Division of
Victm Services, Ofce of
Welfare Inspector General, Ofce of
Subtotal - Minor Agencies

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

55
26
478
116
816
27
300
386
28
482
4
140
56
39
78
127
14
0
483
310
608
1
148
4
60
8
48
0
0
75
5
318
281
166
22
32
33
445
64
102
516
109
25
82
48
4

54
14
463
115
765
25
268
299
26
383
4
141
56
38
0
111
14
365
422
263
556
1
167
10
62
8
0
46
0
63
5
0
237
154
23
30
43
477
74
0
495
118
25
82
49
2

54
20
462
127
764
28
290
350
29
409
4
151
58
50
0
136
14
434
444
281
550
1
124
10
65
8
0
50
270
77
7
0
242
168
26
33
48
508
0
0
514
145
27
90
49
4

7,169

6,553

7,121

T-65

Workforce Impact Summary
All Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Children and Family Services, Ofce of
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Educaton Department, State
Environmental Conservaton, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
General Services, Ofce of
Health, Department of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Labor, Department of
Mental Health, Ofce of
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Historic Preservaton, Ofce of
People with Developmental Disabilites, Ofce for
State Police, Division of
Taxaton and Finance, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Ofce of
Transportaton, Department of
Workers' Compensaton Board

3,093
29,387
2,590
2,981
1,337
1,298
4,761
537
3,717
14,822
2,378
1,735
20,299
5,187
4,910
2,039
8,974
1,306

3,068
29,443
2,618
2,901
1,242
1,306
4,546
3,726
3,615
14,538
2,243
1,731
20,116
5,222
4,352
1,834
8,687
1,167

2,850
29,491
2,765
2,916
1,337
1,521
5,000
3,890
3,612
15,248
2,215
1,719
18,585
5,408
4,368
1,899
8,337
1,220

111,351

112,355

112,381

8,228

7,401

8,139

119,579

119,756

120,520

City University of New York
State University Constructon Fund
State University of New York

12,961
151
42,800

13,437
150
43,243

13,024
152
43,249

Subtotal - University Systems

55,912

56,830

56,425

Audit and Control, Department of
Law, Department of

2,410
1,697

2,476
1,740

2,614
1,798

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

4,107

4,216

4,412

179,598

180,802

181,357

Subtotal - Major Agencies
Minor Agencies
Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control
University Systems

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-66

Workforce Impact Summary
All Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Minor Agencies
Adirondack Park Agency
Aging, Ofce for the
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Ofce of
Arts, Council on the
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Correcton, Commission of
Criminal Justce Services, Division of
Deferred Compensaton Board
Economic Development, Department of
Electons, State Board of
Employee Relatons, Ofce of
Environmental Facilites Corporaton
Executve Chamber
Financial Control Board, New York State
Gaming Commission, New York State
Higher Educaton Services Corporaton, New York State
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Hudson River Valley Greenway Communites Council
Human Rights, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Ofce of
Inspector General, Ofce of the
Interest on Lawyer Account
Judicial Commissions
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Justce Center for the Protecton of People with Special Needs
Labor Management Commitees
Lieutenant Governor, Ofce of the
Lotery, Division of the
Medicaid Inspector General, Ofce of the
Military and Naval Afairs, Division of
Preventon of Domestc Violence, Ofce for
Public Employment Relatons Board
Public Ethics, Joint Commission on
Public Service Department
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilites, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
State, Department of
Statewide Financial System
Tax Appeals, Division of
Veterans' Afairs, Division of
Victm Services, Ofce of
Welfare Inspector General, Ofce of
Subtotal - Minor Agencies

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

55
105
482
116
816
27
300
386
28
583
4
140
56
39
78
127
14
0
483
409
723
1
187
4
60
8
48
0
0
75
5
318
562
397
23
32
33
461
80
102
568
109
25
88
67
4

54
89
467
115
765
25
268
299
26
416
4
141
56
38
0
111
14
365
422
368
660
1
167
10
62
8
0
46
0
63
5
0
474
367
23
30
43
477
76
0
544
118
25
88
69
2

54
100
487
127
764
28
290
350
29
443
4
151
58
50
0
136
14
434
444
387
683
1
164
10
65
8
0
50
272
77
7
0
484
426
27
33
48
523
0
0
564
145
27
98
73
4

8,228

7,401

8,139

T-67

Workforce Impact Summary
Special Revenue Funds - Other
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Children and Family Services, Ofce of
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Educaton Department, State
Environmental Conservaton, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
General Services, Ofce of
Health, Department of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Labor, Department of
Mental Health, Ofce of
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Historic Preservaton, Ofce of
People with Developmental Disabilites, Ofce for
State Police, Division of
Taxaton and Finance, Department of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Ofce of
Transportaton, Department of
Workers' Compensaton Board

48
0
968
1,176
1,335
60
2,322
2
334
14,774
774
153
20,286
365
55
46
156
1,306

40
2
1,007
1,155
1,238
54
2,228
974
412
14,489
726
181
20,104
80
61
0
137
1,167

44
0
1,039
1,172
1,334
64
2,243
985
392
15,169
711
173
18,567
89
701
0
147
1,220

Subtotal - Major Agencies

44,160

44,055

44,050

1
148
116
814
59
5
5
4
2
78
14
0
483
284
414
4
8
0
318
6
445
31
102
372
109
48
1

0
53
115
763
23
4
3
4
2
0
14
365
422
192
478
10
8
0
0
5
477
23
0
350
118
49
1

1
53
127
764
24
5
5
4
2
0
14
434
444
193
496
10
8
25
0
6
508
0
0
367
145
50
0

3,871

3,479

3,685

48,031

47,534

47,735

City University of New York
State University Constructon Fund
State University of New York

272
151
19,072

273
0
43,239

275
0
43,247

Subtotal - University Systems

19,495

43,512

43,522

Audit and Control, Department of
Law, Department of

184
355

175
478

169
477

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

539

653

646

68,065

91,699

91,903

Minor Agencies
Aging, Ofce for the
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Ofce of
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Criminal Justce Services, Division of
Deferred Compensaton Board
Economic Development, Department of
Environmental Facilites Corporaton
Financial Control Board, New York State
Gaming Commission, New York State
Higher Educaton Services Corporaton, New York State
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Ofce of
Interest on Lawyer Account
Justce Center for the Protecton of People with Special Needs
Lotery, Division of the
Military and Naval Afairs, Division of
Public Service Department
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilites, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
State, Department of
Statewide Financial System
Victm Services, Ofce of
Welfare Inspector General, Ofce of
Subtotal - Minor Agencies
Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control
University Systems

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-68

Workforce Impact Summary
Special Revenue Funds - Federal
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Children and Family Services, Ofce of
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Educaton Department, State
Environmental Conservaton, Department of
Financial Services, Department of
Health, Department of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Labor, Department of
Mental Health, Ofce of
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Historic Preservaton, Ofce of
People with Developmental Disabilites, Ofce for
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Ofce of
Transportaton, Department of

396
49
1,201
301
2
703
0
3,383
0
18
11
13
1,080
65

381
30
1,205
304
4
662
343
3,203
0
18
15
12
934
68

383
646
1,302
300
3
1,191
357
3,219
11
18
15
18
990
73

Subtotal - Major Agencies

7,222

7,179

8,526

79
4
101
99
115
39
0
281
231
1
16
16
52
6
19

75
4
33
105
104
0
0
237
213
0
0
2
49
6
20

80
25
34
106
113
40
2
242
258
1
15
0
50
8
24

Subtotal - Minor Agencies

1,059

848

998

Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control

8,281

8,027

9,524

Minor Agencies
Aging, Ofce for the
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Criminal Justce Services, Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Human Rights, Division of
Justce Center for the Protecton of People with Special Needs
Medicaid Inspector General, Ofce of the
Military and Naval Afairs, Division of
Preventon of Domestc Violence, Ofce for
Public Service Department
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilites, Commission on
State, Department of
Veterans' Afairs, Division of
Victm Services, Ofce of

University Systems
State University of New York

1

1

2

Subtotal - University Systems

1

1

2

Audit and Control, Department of
Law, Department of

5
218

5
233

0
248

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

223

238

248

8,505

8,266

9,774

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-69

Workforce Impact Summary
Capital Projects Funds - Other
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Children and Family Services, Ofce of
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Environmental Conservaton, Department of
Health, Department of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Mental Health, Ofce of
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Parks, Recreaton and Historic Preservaton, Ofce of
Transportaton, Department of

7
25
379
58
0
34
1,586
110
8,753

6
26
367
53
234
36
1,499
115
8,482

6
30
374
56
247
41
1,486
112
8,117

Subtotal - Major Agencies

10,952

10,818

10,469

Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control

10,952

10,818

10,469

State University Constructon Fund
State University of New York

0
7

150
3

152
0

Subtotal - University Systems

7

153

152

Law, Department of

6

6

7

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

6

6

7

10,965

10,977

10,628

University Systems

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-70

Workforce Impact Summary
Capital Projects Funds - Federal
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Environmental Conservaton, Department of

6

6

6

Subtotal - Major Agencies

6

6

6

Minor Agencies
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of

0

0

20

Subtotal - Minor Agencies

0

0

20

Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control

6

6

26

Grand Total

6

6

26

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-71

Workforce Impact Summary
Enterprise Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
General Services, Ofce of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Mental Health, Ofce of

4
8
0
0

5
6
1
0

14
10
1
10

12

12

35

Agriculture and Markets, Department of

44

44

45

Subtotal - Minor Agencies

44

44

45

Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control

56

56

80

Grand Total

56

56

80

Subtotal - Major Agencies
Minor Agencies

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-72

Workforce Impact Summary
Internal Service Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Major Agencies
Correctons and Community Supervision, Department of
Educaton Department, State
General Services, Ofce of
Informaton Technology Services, Ofce of
Mental Health, Ofce of
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Ofce of

268
150
454
404
14
4

263
141
464
430
13
0

285
145
533
440
17
0

1,294

1,311

1,420

Civil Service, Department of
Employee Relatons, Ofce of
Preventon of Domestc Violence, Ofce for

196
10
9

137
12
8

176
24
9

Subtotal - Minor Agencies

215

157

209

1,509

1,468

1,629

Subtotal - Major Agencies
Minor Agencies

Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control
Independently Elected Agencies
Audit and Control, Department of

33

75

47

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

33

75

47

1,542

1,543

1,676

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-73

Workforce Impact Summary
Agency Trust Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

University Systems
City University of New York

12,689

13,164

12,749

Subtotal - University Systems

12,689

13,164

12,749

Audit and Control, Department of

0

2

0

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

0

2

0

12,689

13,166

12,749

Independently Elected Agencies

Grand Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-74

Workforce Impact Summary
Pension Trust Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Independently Elected Agencies
Audit and Control, Department of

907

903

1,014

Subtotal - Independently Elected Agencies

907

903

1,014

Grand Total

907

903

1,014

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-75

Workforce Impact Summary
Private Purpose Trust Funds
2011-12 Through 2013-14
2011-12
Actuals
(02/29/12)

2012-13
Actuals
(03/31/13)

2013-14
Estmate
(03/31/14)

Minor Agencies
Agriculture and Markets, Department of

2

3

3

Subtotal - Minor Agencies

2

3

3

Subtotal - Subject to Direct Executve Control

2

3

3

Grand Total

2

3

3

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-76

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

50,711
24,603
26,108
18,509
7,599

49,685
19,476
30,209
23,878
6,331

57,085
26,137
30,948
24,352
6,596

58,095
25,719
32,376
25,688
6,688

57,730
24,946
32,784
26,217
6,567

58,960
25,486
33,474
26,480
6,994

Economic Development, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

84,421
51,314
33,107
11,354
21,753

85,393
66,116
19,277
11,642
7,635

76,999
56,892
20,107
12,821
7,286

86,464
66,022
20,442
12,352
8,090

87,949
67,272
20,677
12,587
8,090

85,755
66,272
19,483
12,593
6,890

Empire State Development Corporation
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

76,487
76,487
0
0
0

83,275
82,275
1,000
500
500

76,339
75,339
1,000
500
500

78,994
77,994
1,000
500
500

111,722
110,722
1,000
500
500

135,994
134,994
1,000
500
500

95
95

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

3,543
3,543
2,849
694

2,929
2,929
2,500
429

2,929
2,929
2,522
407

3,011
3,011
2,548
463

3,011
3,011
2,548
463

3,011
3,011
2,548
463

215,257

221,282

213,352

226,564

260,412

283,720

4,299
4,299
3,779
520

4,090
4,090
3,730
360

4,029
4,029
3,703
326

4,100
4,100
3,774
326

4,184
4,184
3,858
326

4,185
4,185
3,859
326

Environmental Conservation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

115,047
4,760
110,287
96,204
14,083

90,966
1,338
89,628
81,156
8,472

93,383
4,970
88,413
79,029
9,384

94,344
4,542
89,802
80,418
9,384

95,605
4,542
91,063
81,679
9,384

102,342
4,542
97,800
83,706
14,094

Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

128,296
6,656
121,640
110,931
10,709

112,590
3,110
109,480
102,121
7,359

114,210
2,910
111,300
103,348
7,952

112,018
2,750
109,268
101,372
7,896

113,630
2,750
110,880
102,984
7,896

114,691
2,750
111,941
104,045
7,896

247,642

207,646

211,622

210,462

213,419

221,218

Thruway Authority, New York State
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0

0
0
0

24,000
24,000
24,000

24,000
24,000
24,000

24,000
24,000
24,000

24,000
24,000
24,000

Transportation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

99,132
98,110
1,022
1,022

98,653
97,630
1,023
1,023

99,206
97,551
1,655
1,655

99,206
97,551
1,655
1,655

99,206
97,551
1,655
1,655

99,206
97,551
1,655
1,655

99,132

98,653

123,206

123,206

123,206

123,206

113,753
111,616
2,137
1,931
206

114,480
112,942
1,538
1,357
181

115,615
114,007
1,608
1,427
181

121,915
120,307
1,608
1,427
181

128,656
127,011
1,645
1,457
188

133,321
131,641
1,680
1,488
192

11,118,360

11,910,756

12,274,487

12,551,294

13,305,988

13,832,434

9,782,693
9,767,471
15,222
1,438
13,784

10,601,529
10,580,501
21,028
0
21,028

10,714,234
10,714,234
0
0
0

10,938,584
10,938,584
0
0
0

11,759,293
11,759,293
0
0
0

12,266,876
12,266,876
0
0
0

Financial Services, Department of
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

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-77

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

Medicaid Administration
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

533,293
533,293
0
0
0

528,985
528,985
0
0
0

709,397
518,069
191,328
29,803
161,525

649,897
452,558
197,339
39,303
158,036

590,397
376,431
213,966
55,903
158,063

590,397
364,411
225,986
67,903
158,083

Public Health
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

802,374
649,730
152,644
60,955
91,689

780,242
627,064
153,178
52,012
101,166

850,856
683,336
167,520
90,996
76,524

962,813
793,897
168,916
94,779
74,137

956,298
807,410
148,888
97,501
51,387

975,161
825,805
149,356
97,969
51,387

Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

21,548
21,548
16,030
5,518

18,272
18,272
14,167
4,105

22,723
22,723
17,417
5,306

22,925
22,925
17,269
5,656

22,940
22,940
17,284
5,656

22,954
22,954
17,298
5,656

11,253,661

12,043,508

12,412,825

12,696,134

13,457,584

13,988,709

Children and Family Services, Office of

1,824,164

1,766,733

1,830,958

1,969,190

2,034,291

2,124,550

OCFS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,710,996
1,486,807
224,189
143,835
80,354

1,677,701
1,398,823
278,878
174,390
104,488

1,743,971
1,513,346
230,625
155,507
75,118

1,878,811
1,665,586
213,225
138,629
74,596

1,940,240
1,730,677
209,563
136,413
73,150

2,026,529
1,812,631
213,898
138,064
75,834

113,168
113,168

89,032
89,032

86,987
86,987

90,379
90,379

94,051
94,051

98,021
98,021

Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

60,205
44,110
16,095
8,692
7,403

63,292
50,001
13,291
8,917
4,374

21,019
13,554
7,465
3,868
3,597

20,763
13,554
7,209
3,685
3,524

53,500
45,972
7,528
3,939
3,589

53,775
45,972
7,803
4,073
3,730

Human Rights, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

12,000
12,000
10,679
1,321

12,326
12,326
10,199
2,127

10,021
10,021
9,316
705

10,277
10,277
9,541
736

10,598
10,598
9,832
766

10,597
10,597
9,831
766

Labor, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,512
3,512
0
0
0

5,388
5,388
0
0
0

11,639
11,354
285
85
200

285
0
285
85
200

285
0
285
85
200

285
0
285
85
200

National and Community Service
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

332
38
294
292
2

670
396
274
264
10

683
350
333
325
8

687
350
337
328
9

687
350
337
328
9

687
350
337
328
9

1,443,874

1,718,088

1,542,273

1,449,439

1,475,064

1,488,943

1,266,866
1,266,866

1,416,672
1,416,672

1,287,173
1,287,173

1,185,272
1,185,272

1,211,985
1,211,985

1,220,523
1,220,523

301,416
118,432
182,984
71,949
111,035

255,100
104,696
150,404
66,935
83,469

264,167
104,696
159,471
70,131
89,340

263,079
106,096
156,983
71,873
85,110

268,420
107,496
160,924
72,793
88,131

3,344,087

3,566,497

3,416,593

3,450,641

3,574,425

3,678,837

39,742

36,187

26,053

26,053

26,053

26,053

OASAS
Local Assistance Grants

7,591
7,591

3,507
3,507

4,728
4,728

4,728
4,728

4,728
4,728

4,728
4,728

OASAS - Other
Local Assistance Grants

32,151
32,151

32,680
32,680

21,325
21,325

21,325
21,325

21,325
21,325

21,325
21,325

Justice Center
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

33,510
128
33,382
15,457

35,386
170
35,216
16,617

36,037
170
35,867
16,799

36,619
170
36,449
16,897

Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE

OCFS - Other
Local Assistance Grants

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
Functional Total

177,008
137,649
39,359
(3,913)
43,272

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-78

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
0

0

FY 2014
Updated
17,925

427,441

392,770

356,279

378,379

455,979

532,544

19,293
19,185
108
108

1,733
1,613
120
120

800
0
800
800

800
0
800
800

800
0
800
800

800
0
800
800

408,148
408,148

391,037
391,037

355,479
355,479

377,579
377,579

455,179
455,179

531,744
531,744

1,594,653

1,500,228

957,877

1,446,541

1,780,917

1,838,861

OPWDD
Local Assistance Grants

10,256
10,256

1
1

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

OPWDD - Other
Local Assistance Grants

1,584,397
1,584,397

1,500,227
1,500,227

957,877
957,877

1,446,541
1,446,541

1,780,917
1,780,917

1,838,861
1,838,861

3,695
170
3,525
2,650
875

5,092
128
4,964
4,133
831

1,277
42
1,235
1,104
131

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

2,065,531

1,934,277

1,374,996

1,886,359

2,298,986

2,434,077

Correction, Commission of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,251
2,251
1,890
361

2,055
2,055
1,857
198

2,672
2,672
2,414
258

2,748
2,748
2,481
267

2,825
2,825
2,548
277

2,833
2,833
2,550
283

Correctional Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,475,776
5,594
2,470,182
1,959,956
510,226

2,744,763
4,651
2,740,112
2,270,171
469,941

2,555,968
6,000
2,549,968
2,059,964
490,004

2,612,927
6,000
2,606,927
2,105,453
501,474

2,749,627
6,000
2,743,627
2,230,102
513,525

2,704,426
6,000
2,698,426
2,171,341
527,085

0
0

0
0

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

12,500
12,500

12,500
12,500

Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

170,156
119,311
50,845
32,650
18,195

170,636
120,160
50,476
29,804
20,672

175,017
135,046
39,971
25,150
14,821

163,366
123,147
40,219
24,182
16,037

164,482
123,147
41,335
24,837
16,498

165,212
123,147
42,065
25,166
16,899

Disaster Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

20,811
0
20,811
9,685
11,126

71,759
19,990
51,769
24,884
26,885

(53,725)
31,276
(85,001)
(24,884)
(60,117)

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

27,006
19,575
7,431
6,637
794

90,406
81,684
8,722
6,404
2,318

23,769
17,100
6,669
6,669
0

11,364
5,963
5,401
5,401
0

9,885
4,222
5,663
5,663
0

9,939
4,222
5,717
5,717
0

Judicial Commissions
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

4,979
4,979
3,794
1,185

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

Judicial Conduct, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

5,209
5,209
3,953
1,256

5,384
5,384
4,093
1,291

5,642
5,642
4,246
1,396

5,837
5,837
4,366
1,471

5,903
5,903
4,399
1,504

Judicial Nomination, Commission on
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0

0
0
0

30
30
30

30
30
30

30
30
30

30
30
30

Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

2
2
0
2

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

21,669
761

20,571
755

22,406
867

22,808
850

23,177
850

23,438
850

Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
OMH - Other
Local Assistance Grants
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

FY 2013
Results

FY 2015
Projected
18,599

FY 2016
Projected
19,068

FY 2017
Projected
19,552

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Local Assistance Grants

Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(400)
(400)
0
0
0

T-79

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2012
Results
20,908
15,798
5,110

FY 2013
Results
19,816
15,040
4,776

FY 2014
Updated
21,539
15,884
5,655

FY 2015
Projected
21,958
16,077
5,881

FY 2016
Projected
22,327
16,294
6,033

FY 2017
Projected
22,588
16,416
6,172

State Police, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

432,573
432,573
400,214
32,359

547,120
547,120
508,240
38,880

590,350
590,350
545,755
44,595

603,806
603,806
551,891
51,915

617,019
617,019
560,004
57,015

622,914
622,914
564,361
58,553

3,155,221

3,652,521

3,333,409

3,433,829

3,585,420

3,547,233

1,202,410
1,202,410

1,219,949
1,219,949

1,344,879
1,344,879

1,401,423
1,401,423

1,470,355
1,470,355

1,548,217
1,548,217

910,001
907,514
2,487
2,487

914,919
914,906
13
13

971,003
971,003
0
0

1,001,651
1,001,651
0
0

1,031,608
1,031,608
0
0

1,025,891
1,025,891
0
0

1,627,533
481,591
942,702
703,450
239,252
203,240

1,350,859
462,422
679,014
517,995
161,019
209,423

686,384
476,329
0
0
0
210,055

701,786
491,731
0
0
0
210,055

701,786
491,731
0
0
0
210,055

701,786
491,731
0
0
0
210,055

3,739,944

3,485,727

3,002,266

3,104,860

3,203,749

3,275,894

33,659
29,571
4,088
2,266
1,822

22,631
19,095
3,536
2,059
1,477

59,955
55,835
4,120
2,298
1,822

39,955
35,835
4,120
2,298
1,822

39,955
35,835
4,120
2,298
1,822

39,955
35,835
4,120
2,298
1,822

Education, Department of

18,507,638

19,070,157

19,356,576

20,699,898

21,623,560

22,883,756

School Aid
Local Assistance Grants

16,777,944
16,777,944

17,110,104
17,110,104

17,289,694
17,289,694

18,572,932
18,572,932

19,389,737
19,389,737

20,518,850
20,518,850

1,175,990
1,175,990

1,351,788
1,351,788

1,418,116
1,418,116

1,522,216
1,522,216

1,626,216
1,626,216

1,751,116
1,751,116

553,704
508,706
43,412
24,983
18,429
1,586

608,265
567,257
41,008
25,227
15,781
0

648,766
601,260
47,506
24,498
23,008
0

604,750
555,467
49,283
24,875
24,408
0

607,607
557,939
49,668
25,260
24,408
0

613,790
564,122
49,668
25,260
24,408
0

18,541,297

19,092,788

19,416,531

20,739,853

21,663,515

22,923,711

Budget, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

20,635
20,635
19,252
1,383

20,196
20,196
18,148
2,048

22,476
22,476
21,060
1,416

23,382
23,382
21,938
1,444

24,338
24,338
22,865
1,473

23,867
23,867
22,365
1,502

Civil Service, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

13,755
13,755
12,935
820

12,618
12,618
11,788
830

12,280
12,280
11,772
508

12,987
12,987
12,501
486

13,355
13,355
12,864
491

13,360
13,360
12,869
491

Deferred Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

46
46
30
16

45
45
30
15

57
57
32
25

56
56
30
26

57
57
31
26

59
59
32
27

Elections, State Board of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

5,566
415
5,151
4,065
1,086

5,158
272
4,886
4,056
830

7,314
2,200
5,114
4,250
864

35,296
30,000
5,296
4,370
926

5,442
0
5,442
4,495
947

5,497
0
5,497
4,530
967

Employee Relations, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,604
2,604
2,529
75

2,512
2,512
2,445
67

2,605
2,605
2,523
82

2,610
2,610
2,528
82

2,692
2,692
2,609
83

2,693
2,693
2,610
83

Functional Total
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
EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Special Education Categorical Programs
Local Assistance Grants
All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-80

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

General Services, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

109,503
109,503
45,756
63,747

137,803
137,803
47,147
90,656

160,647
160,647
56,835
103,812

135,018
135,018
57,529
77,489

136,685
136,685
57,797
78,888

139,048
139,048
58,236
80,812

Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

5,392
5,392
5,067
325

5,793
5,793
5,269
524

6,623
6,623
6,022
601

6,876
6,876
6,294
582

7,102
7,102
6,478
624

7,164
7,164
6,528
636

Labor Management Committees
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

23,192
23,192
8,359
14,833

17,666
17,666
6,038
11,628

35,301
35,301
5,313
29,988

39,442
39,442
5,862
33,580

45,455
45,455
6,869
38,586

42,732
42,732
6,584
36,148

Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,797
541
1,256
1,040
216

1,565
424
1,141
1,037
104

2,293
685
1,608
1,388
220

2,245
685
1,560
1,443
117

2,290
685
1,605
1,477
128

2,294
685
1,609
1,479
130

Public Employment Relations Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,309
3,309
2,907
402

3,273
3,273
2,882
391

3,529
3,529
3,336
193

3,452
3,452
3,046
406

3,544
3,544
3,138
406

3,586
3,586
3,162
424

Public Integrity, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,217
3,217
2,492
725

3,887
3,887
2,666
1,221

4,505
4,505
3,634
871

5,078
5,078
4,035
1,043

5,473
5,473
4,133
1,340

5,525
5,525
4,158
1,367

83
83
80
3

0
0
0
0

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

23,909
9,417
14,492
10,688
3,804

19,507
5,666
13,841
11,398
2,443

22,863
10,388
12,475
11,051
1,424

16,269
3,440
12,829
11,300
1,529

16,489
3,440
13,049
11,520
1,529

16,501
3,440
13,061
11,532
1,529

Tax Appeals, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,850
2,850
2,483
367

2,700
2,700
2,535
165

3,174
3,174
2,962
212

3,255
3,255
3,034
221

3,309
3,309
3,088
221

3,361
3,361
3,140
221

Taxation and Finance, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

314,780
6,487
308,293
249,825
58,468

313,759
115
313,644
255,238
58,406

279,517
926
278,591
234,896
43,695

286,401
926
285,475
240,889
44,586

292,848
926
291,922
246,749
45,173

301,539
926
300,613
252,931
47,682

Technology, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

19,129
171
18,958
10,456
8,502

59,514
0
59,514
46,893
12,621

217,811
0
217,811
135,733
82,078

233,825
0
233,825
146,053
87,772

237,776
0
237,776
150,735
87,041

237,572
0
237,572
150,347
87,225

Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

12,884
7,572
5,312
4,868
444

12,473
7,175
5,298
4,893
405

13,756
7,767
5,989
5,545
444

13,339
7,577
5,762
5,323
439

13,567
7,637
5,930
5,480
450

13,567
7,637
5,930
5,480
450

Welfare Inspector General, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

287
287
287
0

245
245
245
0

1,179
1,179
721
458

1,207
1,207
738
469

1,217
1,217
748
469

1,217
1,217
748
469

562,938

618,714

795,930

820,738

811,639

819,582

152,602
32,005
120,597
93,084
27,513

154,948
32,025
122,923
93,304
29,619

155,642
32,024
123,618
97,298
26,320

158,991
32,024
126,967
99,964
27,003

164,148
32,024
132,124
104,421
27,703

165,485
32,024
133,461
105,204
28,257

13,256

13,014

13,578

13,985

14,404

14,836

Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Executive Chamber

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-81

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2012
Results
13,256
10,210
3,046

FY 2013
Results
13,014
10,260
2,754

FY 2014
Updated
13,578
11,100
2,478

FY 2015
Projected
13,985
11,439
2,546

FY 2016
Projected
14,404
11,788
2,616

FY 2017
Projected
14,836
12,148
2,688

Judiciary
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,306,525
2,502
1,731,513
1,408,958
322,555
572,510

2,271,148
2,443
1,722,664
1,402,602
320,062
546,041

2,401,500
2,500
1,764,600
1,414,500
350,100
634,400

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

2,712,161
17,500
2,002,453
1,574,651
427,802
692,208

Law, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

98,360
98,360
83,740
14,620

94,930
94,930
78,734
16,196

98,220
98,220
83,944
14,276

98,947
98,947
86,364
12,583

101,937
101,937
89,040
12,897

102,862
102,862
89,708
13,154

Legislature
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

196,024
196,024
151,882
44,142

201,960
201,960
153,155
48,805

217,845
217,845
166,331
51,514

222,995
222,995
167,773
55,222

225,633
225,633
169,031
56,602

230,463
230,463
171,575
58,888

Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

408
408
289
119

433
433
345
88

614
614
480
134

665
665
515
150

680
680
543
137

680
680
543
137

2,767,175

2,736,433

2,887,399

3,064,789

3,203,404

3,226,487

Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Local Assistance Grants

721,034
721,034

721,159
721,159

725,700
725,700

734,523
734,523

749,901
749,901

761,789
761,789

Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Local Assistance Grants

4,714
4,714

5,225
5,225

5,539
5,539

2,678
2,678

0
0

0
0

Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

1,960
1,960

2,000
2,000

4,873
4,873

4,623
4,623

4,623
4,623

4,623
4,623

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

217
217

217
217

218
218

218
218

218
218

218
218

753,792

754,468

763,576

769,288

781,988

793,876

General State Charges
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

3,941,782
3,676
2,091
1,585
3,938,106

3,777,684
0
0
0
3,777,684

4,074,031
0
0
0
4,074,031

4,454,903
0
0
0
4,454,903

4,697,461
0
0
0
4,697,461

4,966,102
0
0
0
4,966,102

Long-Term Debt Service
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

551
551
551

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

722,550
427,952
290,178
124,966
165,212
4,420

762,564
517,879
240,265
100,053
140,212
4,420

901,510
632,253
264,837
124,625
140,212
4,420

1,080,056
735,370
340,266
150,054
190,212
4,420

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(55,015)
(60,566)
1,447
51
1,396
4,104

(25,410)
(43,134)
1,347
51
1,296
16,377

3,887,318

3,752,274

4,796,581

5,217,467

5,598,971

6,046,158

50,632,995

52,164,788

52,748,286

55,744,190

58,776,718

61,362,708

T-82

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total

50,711
84,421
76,487
95
3,543
215,257

49,685
85,393
83,275
0
2,929
221,282

57,085
76,999
76,339
0
2,929
213,352

58,095
86,464
78,994
0
3,011
226,564

57,730
87,949
111,722
0
3,011
260,412

58,960
85,755
135,994
0
3,011
283,720

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,299
115,047
128,296
247,642

4,090
90,966
112,590
207,646

4,029
93,383
114,210
211,622

4,100
94,344
112,018
210,462

4,184
95,605
113,630
213,419

4,185
102,342
114,691
221,218

0
99,132
99,132

0
98,653
98,653

24,000
99,206
123,206

24,000
99,206
123,206

24,000
99,206
123,206

24,000
99,206
123,206

113,753
11,118,360
9,782,693
533,293
802,374
21,548
11,253,661

114,480
11,910,756
10,601,529
528,985
780,242
18,272
12,043,508

115,615
12,274,487
10,714,234
709,397
850,856
22,723
12,412,825

121,915
12,551,294
10,938,584
649,897
962,813
22,925
12,696,134

128,656
13,305,988
11,759,293
590,397
956,298
22,940
13,457,584

133,321
13,832,434
12,266,876
590,397
975,161
22,954
13,988,709

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
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,824,164
1,710,996
113,168
60,205
12,000
3,512
332
1,443,874
1,266,866
177,008
3,344,087

1,766,733
1,677,701
89,032
63,292
12,326
5,388
670
1,718,088
1,416,672
301,416
3,566,497

1,830,958
1,743,971
86,987
21,019
10,021
11,639
683
1,542,273
1,287,173
255,100
3,416,593

1,969,190
1,878,811
90,379
20,763
10,277
285
687
1,449,439
1,185,272
264,167
3,450,641

2,034,291
1,940,240
94,051
53,500
10,598
285
687
1,475,064
1,211,985
263,079
3,574,425

2,124,550
2,026,529
98,021
53,775
10,597
285
687
1,488,943
1,220,523
268,420
3,678,837

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

39,742
7,591
32,151
0
427,441
19,293
408,148
1,594,653
10,256
1,584,397
3,695
2,065,531

36,187
3,507
32,680
0
392,770
1,733
391,037
1,500,228
1
1,500,227
5,092
1,934,277

26,053
4,728
21,325
33,510
356,279
800
355,479
957,877
0
957,877
1,277
1,374,996

26,053
4,728
21,325
35,386
378,379
800
377,579
1,446,541
0
1,446,541
0
1,886,359

26,053
4,728
21,325
36,037
455,979
800
455,179
1,780,917
0
1,780,917
0
2,298,986

26,053
4,728
21,325
36,619
532,544
800
531,744
1,838,861
0
1,838,861
0
2,434,077

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

2,251
2,475,776
0
170,156
20,811
27,006
4,979
0
0
0
21,669
432,573
3,155,221

2,055
2,744,763
0
170,636
71,759
90,406
0
5,209
0
2
20,571
547,120
3,652,521

2,672
2,555,968
11,500
175,017
(53,725)
23,769
0
5,384
30
38
22,406
590,350
3,333,409

2,748
2,612,927
11,500
163,366
(400)
11,364
0
5,642
30
38
22,808
603,806
3,433,829

2,825
2,749,627
12,500
164,482
0
9,885
0
5,837
30
38
23,177
617,019
3,585,420

2,833
2,704,426
12,500
165,212
0
9,939
0
5,903
30
38
23,438
622,914
3,547,233

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York

1,202,410
910,001
1,627,533

1,219,949
914,919
1,350,859

1,344,879
971,003
686,384

1,401,423
1,001,651
701,786

1,470,355
1,031,608
701,786

1,548,217
1,025,891
701,786

TRANSPORTATION
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
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND (excludes transfers)
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
3,739,944

FY 2013
Results
3,485,727

FY 2014
Updated
3,002,266

FY 2015
Projected
3,104,860

FY 2016
Projected
3,203,749

FY 2017
Projected
3,275,894

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

33,659
18,507,638
16,777,944
1,175,990
553,704
18,541,297

22,631
19,070,157
17,110,104
1,351,788
608,265
19,092,788

59,955
19,356,576
17,289,694
1,418,116
648,766
19,416,531

39,955
20,699,898
18,572,932
1,522,216
604,750
20,739,853

39,955
21,623,560
19,389,737
1,626,216
607,607
21,663,515

39,955
22,883,756
20,518,850
1,751,116
613,790
22,923,711

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
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Functional Total

20,635
13,755
46
5,566
2,604
109,503
5,392
23,192
1,797
3,309
3,217
83
23,909
2,850
314,780
19,129
12,884
287
562,938

20,196
12,618
45
5,158
2,512
137,803
5,793
17,666
1,565
3,273
3,887
0
19,507
2,700
313,759
59,514
12,473
245
618,714

22,476
12,280
57
7,314
2,605
160,647
6,623
35,301
2,293
3,529
4,505
0
22,863
3,174
279,517
217,811
13,756
1,179
795,930

23,382
12,987
56
35,296
2,610
135,018
6,876
39,442
2,245
3,452
5,078
0
16,269
3,255
286,401
233,825
13,339
1,207
820,738

24,338
13,355
57
5,442
2,692
136,685
7,102
45,455
2,290
3,544
5,473
0
16,489
3,309
292,848
237,776
13,567
1,217
811,639

23,867
13,360
59
5,497
2,693
139,048
7,164
42,732
2,294
3,586
5,525
0
16,501
3,361
301,539
237,572
13,567
1,217
819,582

152,602
13,256
2,306,525
98,360
196,024
408
2,767,175

154,948
13,014
2,271,148
94,930
201,960
433
2,736,433

155,642
13,578
2,401,500
98,220
217,845
614
2,887,399

158,991
13,985
2,569,206
98,947
222,995
665
3,064,789

164,148
14,404
2,696,602
101,937
225,633
680
3,203,404

165,485
14,836
2,712,161
102,862
230,463
680
3,226,487

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

3,941,782
551
(55,015)
3,887,318

3,777,684
0
(25,410)
3,752,274

4,074,031
0
722,550
4,796,581

4,454,903
0
762,564
5,217,467

4,697,461
0
901,510
5,598,971

4,966,102
0
1,080,056
6,046,158

52,748,286

55,744,190

58,776,718

61,362,708

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

50,632,995

52,164,788

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.

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-84

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Financial Services, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

24,603
51,314
76,487
95
152,499

19,476
66,116
82,275
0
167,867

26,137
56,892
75,339
0
158,368

25,719
66,022
77,994
0
169,735

24,946
67,272
110,722
0
202,940

25,486
66,272
134,994
0
226,752

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,760
6,656
11,416

1,338
3,110
4,448

4,970
2,910
7,880

4,542
2,750
7,292

4,542
2,750
7,292

4,542
2,750
7,292

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

98,110
98,110

97,630
97,630

97,551
97,551

97,551
97,551

97,551
97,551

97,551
97,551

111,616
10,950,494
9,767,471
533,293
649,730
11,062,110

112,942
11,736,550
10,580,501
528,985
627,064
11,849,492

114,007
11,915,639
10,714,234
518,069
683,336
12,029,646

120,307
12,185,039
10,938,584
452,558
793,897
12,305,346

127,011
12,943,134
11,759,293
376,431
807,410
13,070,145

131,641
13,457,092
12,266,876
364,411
825,805
13,588,733

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,599,975
1,486,807
113,168
44,110
3,512
38
1,404,515
1,266,866
137,649
3,052,150

1,487,855
1,398,823
89,032
50,001
5,388
396
1,535,104
1,416,672
118,432
3,078,744

1,600,333
1,513,346
86,987
13,554
11,354
350
1,391,869
1,287,173
104,696
3,017,460

1,755,965
1,665,586
90,379
13,554
0
350
1,289,968
1,185,272
104,696
3,059,837

1,824,728
1,730,677
94,051
45,972
0
350
1,318,081
1,211,985
106,096
3,189,131

1,910,652
1,812,631
98,021
45,972
0
350
1,328,019
1,220,523
107,496
3,284,993

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

39,742
7,591
32,151
0
427,333
19,185
408,148
1,594,653
10,256
1,584,397
170
2,061,898

36,187
3,507
32,680
0
392,650
1,613
391,037
1,500,228
1
1,500,227
128
1,929,193

26,053
4,728
21,325
128
355,479
0
355,479
957,877
0
957,877
42
1,339,579

26,053
4,728
21,325
170
377,579
0
377,579
1,446,541
0
1,446,541
0
1,850,343

26,053
4,728
21,325
170
455,179
0
455,179
1,780,917
0
1,780,917
0
2,262,319

26,053
4,728
21,325
170
531,744
0
531,744
1,838,861
0
1,838,861
0
2,396,828

5,594
0
119,311
0
19,575
761
145,241

4,651
0
120,160
19,990
81,684
755
227,240

6,000
11,500
135,046
31,276
17,100
867
201,789

6,000
12,500
123,147
0
4,222
850
146,719

6,000
12,500
123,147
0
4,222
850
146,719

1,202,410
907,514
481,591
2,591,515

1,219,949
914,906
462,422
2,597,277

1,344,879
971,003
476,329
2,792,211

1,401,423
1,001,651
491,731
2,894,805

1,470,355
1,031,608
491,731
2,993,694

1,548,217
1,025,891
491,731
3,065,839

29,571
18,462,640
16,777,944
1,175,990
508,706
18,492,211

19,095
19,029,149
17,110,104
1,351,788
567,257
19,048,244

55,835
19,309,070
17,289,694
1,418,116
601,260
19,364,905

35,835
20,650,615
18,572,932
1,522,216
555,467
20,686,450

35,835
21,573,892
19,389,737
1,626,216
557,939
21,609,727

35,835
22,834,088
20,518,850
1,751,116
564,122
22,869,923

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
Disaster Assistance
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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

6,000
11,500
123,147
(400)
5,963
850
147,060

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

415
541
9,417
6,487
171
7,572
24,603

272
424
5,666
115
0
7,175
13,652

2,200
685
10,388
926
0
7,767
21,966

30,000
685
3,440
926
0
7,577
42,628

0
685
3,440
926
0
7,637
12,688

0
685
3,440
926
0
7,637
12,688

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

32,005
2,502
34,507

32,025
2,443
34,468

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

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

(60,566)
(60,566)

(43,134)
(43,134)

427,952
427,952

517,879
517,879

632,253
632,253

735,370
735,370

40,257,407

42,597,738

45,055,971

47,276,088

TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

38,419,486

39,759,589

T-86

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

26,108
33,107
0
3,543
62,758

30,209
19,277
1,000
2,929
53,415

30,948
20,107
1,000
2,929
54,984

32,376
20,442
1,000
3,011
56,829

32,784
20,677
1,000
3,011
57,472

33,474
19,483
1,000
3,011
56,968

4,299
110,287
121,640
236,226

4,090
89,628
109,480
203,198

4,029
88,413
111,300
203,742

4,100
89,802
109,268
203,170

4,184
91,063
110,880
206,127

4,185
97,800
111,941
213,926

0
1,022
1,022

0
1,023
1,023

24,000
1,655
25,655

24,000
1,655
25,655

24,000
1,655
25,655

24,000
1,655
25,655

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total

2,137
167,866
15,222
0
152,644
21,548
191,551

1,538
174,206
21,028
0
153,178
18,272
194,016

1,608
358,848
0
191,328
167,520
22,723
383,179

1,608
366,255
0
197,339
168,916
22,925
390,788

1,645
362,854
0
213,966
148,888
22,940
387,439

1,680
375,342
0
225,986
149,356
22,954
399,976

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
Functional Total

224,189
224,189
16,095
12,000
0
294
39,359
39,359
291,937

278,878
278,878
13,291
12,326
0
274
182,984
182,984
487,753

230,625
230,625
7,465
10,021
285
333
150,404
150,404
399,133

213,225
213,225
7,209
10,277
285
337
159,471
159,471
390,804

209,563
209,563
7,528
10,598
285
337
156,983
156,983
385,294

213,898
213,898
7,803
10,597
285
337
160,924
160,924
393,844

0
108
108
3,525
3,633

0
120
120
4,964
5,084

33,382
800
800
1,235
35,417

35,216
800
800
0
36,016

35,867
800
800
0
36,667

36,449
800
800
0
37,249

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

2,251
2,470,182
50,845
20,811
7,431
4,979
0
0
0
20,908
432,573
3,009,980

2,055
2,740,112
50,476
51,769
8,722
0
5,209
0
2
19,816
547,120
3,425,281

2,748
2,606,927
40,219
0
5,401
0
5,642
30
38
21,958
603,806
3,286,769

2,825
2,743,627
41,335
0
5,663
0
5,837
30
38
22,327
617,019
3,438,701

2,833
2,698,426
42,065
0
5,717
0
5,903
30
38
22,588
622,914
3,400,514

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

2,487
942,702
945,189

13
679,014
679,027

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

4,088
43,412
43,412
47,500

3,536
41,008
41,008
44,544

4,120
47,506
47,506
51,626

4,120
49,283
49,283
53,403

4,120
49,668
49,668
53,788

4,120
49,668
49,668
53,788

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of

20,635
13,755
46
5,151

20,196
12,618
45
4,886

22,476
12,280
57
5,114

23,382
12,987
56
5,296

24,338
13,355
57
5,442

23,867
13,360
59
5,497

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
TRANSPORTATION
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

MENTAL HYGIENE
Justice Center
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

2,672
2,549,968
39,971
(85,001)
6,669
0
5,384
30
38
21,539
590,350
3,131,620

T-87

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)

Employee Relations, Office of
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
2,604
109,503
5,392
23,192
1,256
3,309
3,217
83
14,492
2,850
308,293
18,958
5,312
287
538,335

FY 2013
Results
2,512
137,803
5,793
17,666
1,141
3,273
3,887
0
13,841
2,700
313,644
59,514
5,298
245
605,062

FY 2014
Updated
2,605
160,647
6,623
35,301
1,608
3,529
4,505
0
12,475
3,174
278,591
217,811
5,989
1,179
773,964

FY 2015
Projected
2,610
135,018
6,876
39,442
1,560
3,452
5,078
0
12,829
3,255
285,475
233,825
5,762
1,207
778,110

FY 2016
Projected
2,692
136,685
7,102
45,455
1,605
3,544
5,473
0
13,049
3,309
291,922
237,776
5,930
1,217
798,951

FY 2017
Projected
2,693
139,048
7,164
42,732
1,609
3,586
5,525
0
13,061
3,361
300,613
237,572
5,930
1,217
806,894

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

120,597
13,256
1,731,513
98,360
196,024
408
2,160,158

122,923
13,014
1,722,664
94,930
201,960
433
2,155,924

123,618
13,578
1,764,600
98,220
217,845
614
2,218,475

126,967
13,985
1,892,952
98,947
222,995
665
2,356,511

132,124
14,404
1,986,894
101,937
225,633
680
2,461,672

133,461
14,836
2,002,453
102,862
230,463
680
2,484,755

3,676
551
1,447
5,674

0
0
1,347
1,347

0
0
290,178
290,178

0
0
240,265
240,265

0
0
264,837
264,837

0
0
340,266
340,266

7,493,963

7,855,674

7,567,973

7,818,320

8,116,603

8,213,835

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL STATE OPERATIONS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-88

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

18,509
11,354
0
2,849
32,712

23,878
11,642
500
2,500
38,520

24,352
12,821
500
2,522
40,195

25,688
12,352
500
2,548
41,088

26,217
12,587
500
2,548
41,852

26,480
12,593
500
2,548
42,121

3,779
96,204
110,931
210,914

3,730
81,156
102,121
187,007

3,703
79,029
103,348
186,080

3,774
80,418
101,372
185,564

3,858
81,679
102,984
188,521

3,859
83,706
104,045
191,610

1,931
62,393
1,438
0
60,955
16,030
80,354

1,357
52,012
0
0
52,012
14,167
67,536

1,427
120,799
0
29,803
90,996
17,417
139,643

1,427
134,082
0
39,303
94,779
17,269
152,778

1,457
153,404
0
55,903
97,501
17,284
172,145

1,488
165,872
0
67,903
97,969
17,298
184,658

143,835
143,835
8,692
10,679
0
292
(3,913)
(3,913)
159,585

174,390
174,390
8,917
10,199
0
264
71,949
71,949
265,719

155,507
155,507
3,868
9,316
85
325
66,935
66,935
236,036

138,629
138,629
3,685
9,541
85
328
70,131
70,131
222,399

136,413
136,413
3,939
9,832
85
328
71,873
71,873
222,470

138,064
138,064
4,073
9,831
85
328
72,793
72,793
225,174

0
2,650
2,650

0
4,133
4,133

15,457
1,104
16,561

16,617
0
16,617

16,799
0
16,799

16,897
0
16,897

1,890
1,959,956
32,650
9,685
6,637
3,794
0
0
15,798
400,214
2,430,624

1,857
2,270,171
29,804
24,884
6,404
0
3,953
0
15,040
508,240
2,860,353

2,481
2,105,453
24,182
0
5,401
0
4,246
13
16,077
551,891
2,709,744

2,548
2,230,102
24,837
0
5,663
0
4,366
13
16,294
560,004
2,843,827

2,550
2,171,341
25,166
0
5,717
0
4,399
13
16,416
564,361
2,789,963

703,450
703,450

517,995
517,995

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

2,266
24,983
24,983
27,249

2,059
25,227
25,227
27,286

2,298
24,498
24,498
26,796

2,298
24,875
24,875
27,173

2,298
25,260
25,260
27,558

2,298
25,260
25,260
27,558

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
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on

19,252
12,935
30
4,065
2,529
45,756
5,067
8,359
1,040
2,907
2,492

18,148
11,788
30
4,056
2,445
47,147
5,269
6,038
1,037
2,882
2,666

21,060
11,772
32
4,250
2,523
56,835
6,022
5,313
1,388
3,336
3,634

21,938
12,501
30
4,370
2,528
57,529
6,294
5,862
1,443
3,046
4,035

22,865
12,864
31
4,495
2,609
57,797
6,478
6,869
1,477
3,138
4,133

22,365
12,869
32
4,530
2,610
58,236
6,528
6,584
1,479
3,162
4,158

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total
HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
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
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
All Other
Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Justice Center
Quality of Care and Advocacy for Persons With Disabilities, Commission on
Functional Total
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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Functional Total
HIGHER EDUCATION
State University of New York
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

2,414
2,059,964
25,150
(24,884)
6,669
0
4,093
13
15,884
545,755
2,635,058

T-89

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
80
10,688
2,483
249,825
10,456
4,868
287
383,119

0
11,398
2,535
255,238
46,893
4,893
245
422,708

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

93,084
10,210
1,408,958
83,740
151,882
289
1,748,163

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2014
Updated
0
11,051
2,962
234,896
135,733
5,545
721
507,073

FY 2015
Projected
0
11,300
3,034
240,889
146,053
5,323
738
526,913

FY 2016
Projected
0
11,520
3,088
246,749
150,735
5,480
748
541,076

FY 2017
Projected
0
11,532
3,140
252,931
150,347
5,480
748
546,731

93,304
10,260
1,402,602
78,734
153,155
345
1,738,400

97,298
11,100
1,414,500
83,944
166,331
480
1,773,653

99,964
11,439
1,503,142
86,364
167,773
515
1,869,197

104,421
11,788
1,559,092
89,040
169,031
543
1,933,915

105,204
12,148
1,574,651
89,708
171,575
543
1,953,829

2,091
51
2,142

0
51
51

0
124,966
124,966

0
100,053
100,053

0
124,625
124,625

0
150,054
150,054

5,780,962

6,129,708

5,686,061

5,851,526

6,112,788

6,128,595

T-90

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Functional Total

7,599
21,753
0
694
30,046

6,331
7,635
500
429
14,895

6,596
7,286
500
407
14,789

6,688
8,090
500
463
15,741

6,567
8,090
500
463
15,620

6,994
6,890
500
463
14,847

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

520
14,083
10,709
25,312

360
8,472
7,359
16,191

326
9,384
7,952
17,662

326
9,384
7,896
17,606

326
9,384
7,896
17,606

326
14,094
7,896
22,316

0
1,022
1,022

0
1,023
1,023

24,000
1,655
25,655

24,000
1,655
25,655

24,000
1,655
25,655

24,000
1,655
25,655

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Medical Assistance
Medicaid Administration
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Functional Total

206
105,473
13,784
0
91,689
5,518
111,197

181
122,194
21,028
0
101,166
4,105
126,480

181
238,049
0
161,525
76,524
5,306
243,536

181
232,173
0
158,036
74,137
5,656
238,010

188
209,450
0
158,063
51,387
5,656
215,294

192
209,470
0
158,083
51,387
5,656
215,318

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
Functional Total

80,354
80,354
7,403
1,321
0
2
43,272
43,272
132,352

104,488
104,488
4,374
2,127
0
10
111,035
111,035
222,034

75,118
75,118
3,597
705
200
8
83,469
83,469
163,097

74,596
74,596
3,524
736
200
9
89,340
89,340
168,405

73,150
73,150
3,589
766
200
9
85,110
85,110
162,824

75,834
75,834
3,730
766
200
9
88,131
88,131
168,670

0
108
108
875
983

0
120
120
831
951

17,925
800
800
131
18,856

18,599
800
800
0
19,399

19,068
800
800
0
19,868

19,552
800
800
0
20,352

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Functional Total

361
510,226
18,195
11,126
794
1,185
0
0
0
5,110
32,359
579,356

198
469,941
20,672
26,885
2,318
0
1,256
0
2
4,776
38,880
564,928

258
490,004
14,821
(60,117)
0
0
1,291
30
25
5,655
44,595
496,562

267
501,474
16,037
0
0
0
1,396
30
25
5,881
51,915
577,025

277
513,525
16,498
0
0
0
1,471
30
25
6,033
57,015
594,874

283
527,085
16,899
0
0
0
1,504
30
25
6,172
58,553
610,551

HIGHER EDUCATION
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

2,487
239,252
241,739

13
161,019
161,032

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1,822
18,429
18,429
20,251

1,477
15,781
15,781
17,258

1,822
23,008
23,008
24,830

1,822
24,408
24,408
26,230

1,822
24,408
24,408
26,230

1,822
24,408
24,408
26,230

1,383

2,048

1,416

1,444

1,473

1,502

TRANSPORTATION
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

MENTAL HYGIENE
Justice Center
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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-91

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)

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
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office 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 SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2012
Results
820
16
1,086
75
63,747
325
14,833
216
402
725
3
3,804
367
58,468
8,502
444
0
155,216

FY 2013
Results
830
15
830
67
90,656
524
11,628
104
391
1,221
0
2,443
165
58,406
12,621
405
0
182,354

FY 2014
Updated
508
25
864
82
103,812
601
29,988
220
193
871
0
1,424
212
43,695
82,078
444
458
266,891

FY 2015
Projected
486
26
926
82
77,489
582
33,580
117
406
1,043
0
1,529
221
44,586
87,772
439
469
251,197

FY 2016
Projected
491
26
947
83
78,888
624
38,586
128
406
1,340
0
1,529
221
45,173
87,041
450
469
257,875

FY 2017
Projected
491
27
967
83
80,812
636
36,148
130
424
1,367
0
1,529
221
47,682
87,225
450
469
260,163

27,513
3,046
322,555
14,620
44,142
119
411,995

29,619
2,754
320,062
16,196
48,805
88
417,524

26,320
2,478
350,100
14,276
51,514
134
444,822

27,003
2,546
389,810
12,583
55,222
150
487,314

27,703
2,616
427,802
12,897
56,602
137
527,757

28,257
2,688
427,802
13,154
58,888
137
530,926

1,585
551
1,396
3,532

0
0
1,296
1,296

0
0
165,212
165,212

0
0
140,212
140,212

0
0
140,212
140,212

0
0
190,212
190,212

1,713,001

1,725,966

1,881,912

1,966,794

2,003,815

2,085,240

T-92

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
GENERAL FUND
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
HIGHER EDUCATION
State University of New York
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

203,240
203,240

209,423
209,423

210,055
210,055

210,055
210,055

210,055
210,055

210,055
210,055

1,586
1,586
1,586

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

572,510
572,510

546,041
546,041

634,400
634,400

658,754
658,754

692,208
692,208

692,208
692,208

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

3,938,106
4,104
3,942,210

3,777,684
16,377
3,794,061

4,074,031
4,420
4,078,451

4,454,903
4,420
4,459,323

4,697,461
4,420
4,701,881

4,966,102
4,420
4,970,522

TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

4,719,546

4,549,525

4,922,906

5,328,132

5,604,144

5,872,785

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-93

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
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

78,458
24,603
52,515
27,412
25,103
1,340

70,404
19,476
49,174
26,859
22,315
1,754

80,347
26,137
52,661
27,596
25,065
1,549

82,832
25,719
55,502
29,008
26,494
1,611

83,037
24,946
56,362
29,632
26,730
1,729

84,739
25,486
57,450
29,930
27,520
1,803

Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

16,616
13,044
7,720
5,324
3,572

15,395
12,474
7,511
4,963
2,921

17,884
13,338
8,195
5,143
4,546

18,418
13,733
8,308
5,425
4,685

18,864
13,932
8,370
5,562
4,932

19,671
14,550
8,433
6,117
5,121

Economic Development, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

103,309
69,580
33,729
11,354
22,375
0

86,141
66,116
20,025
11,642
8,383
0

83,931
61,846
22,057
12,924
9,133
28

102,442
80,022
22,392
12,455
9,937
28

101,927
79,272
22,627
12,690
9,937
28

90,733
69,272
21,433
12,696
8,737
28

Empire State Development Corporation
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

76,487
76,487
0
0
0

83,275
82,275
1,000
500
500

76,339
75,339
1,000
500
500

78,994
77,994
1,000
500
500

111,722
110,722
1,000
500
500

135,994
134,994
1,000
500
500

Energy Research and Development Authority
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

16,938
8,140
6,456
4,776
1,680
2,342

13,903
6,108
5,606
4,027
1,579
2,189

16,158
9,234
5,286
3,432
1,854
1,638

16,477
9,418
5,389
3,500
1,889
1,670

16,808
9,607
5,497
3,570
1,927
1,704

17,215
9,799
5,678
3,711
1,967
1,738

506,105
217,470
210,028
142,332
67,696
78,607

487,036
221,513
193,410
136,494
56,916
72,113

505,837
216,952
202,715
144,757
57,958
86,170

510,733
216,952
204,957
146,931
58,026
88,824

518,788
216,952
207,557
149,453
58,104
94,279

521,669
216,952
207,557
149,453
58,104
97,160

3,596
3,596
2,849
747

2,931
2,931
2,500
431

4,259
4,259
2,522
1,737

3,161
3,161
2,548
613

3,161
3,161
2,548
613

3,161
3,161
2,548
613

66,124
0
47,386
38,749
8,637
18,738

63,299
0
46,659
37,725
8,934
16,640

71,606
200
50,441
41,498
8,943
20,965

79,943
200
54,257
45,002
9,255
25,486

84,496
200
56,724
47,246
9,478
27,572

87,000
200
57,894
48,217
9,677
28,906

867,633

822,384

856,361

893,000

938,803

960,182

4,299
4,299
3,779
520

4,090
4,090
3,730
360

4,029
4,029
3,703
326

4,100
4,100
3,774
326

4,184
4,184
3,858
326

4,185
4,185
3,859
326

284,724
4,760
245,162
188,153
57,009
34,802

271,457
2,335
230,616
172,343
58,273
38,506

276,656
4,970
231,899
171,652
60,247
39,787

274,459
4,542
230,724
175,327
55,397
39,193

279,088
4,542
233,597
178,057
55,540
40,949

283,614
4,542
236,293
180,494
55,799
42,779

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

0
0
0
0
0

201,969
12,019
183,216
138,928
44,288

190,574
6,583
179,867
130,938
48,929

197,257
7,760
180,468
134,685
45,783

194,379
7,600
177,844
131,482
46,362

196,534
7,600
179,948
133,586
46,362

198,368
7,600
181,781
135,419
46,362

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
Public Service Department
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
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
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-94

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
655
6,079

FY 2013
Results
245
3,879

FY 2014
Updated
4,029
5,000

FY 2015
Projected
3,935
5,000

FY 2016
Projected
3,986
5,000

FY 2017
Projected
3,987
5,000

499,885

466,121

477,942

472,938

479,806

486,167

Motor Vehicles, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

92,162
67,400
48,313
19,087
24,762

89,842
65,717
49,216
16,501
24,125

96,743
68,850
50,274
18,576
27,893

100,270
71,484
51,038
20,446
28,786

105,901
74,393
53,476
20,917
31,508

108,766
75,740
54,391
21,349
33,026

Thruway Authority, New York State
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0

0
0
0

24,000
24,000
24,000

24,000
24,000
24,000

24,000
24,000
24,000

24,000
24,000
24,000

Transportation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

4,276,720
4,229,733
35,857
9,818
26,039
10,781
349

4,331,374
4,303,243
20,224
9,022
11,202
4,180
3,727

4,776,408
4,739,296
25,447
10,251
15,196
5,665
6,000

4,862,219
4,830,863
25,402
10,499
14,903
5,954
0

4,941,994
4,909,602
26,019
10,775
15,244
6,373
0

5,027,719
4,995,282
26,047
10,781
15,266
6,390
0

4,368,882

4,421,216

4,897,151

4,986,489

5,071,895

5,160,485

113,753
111,616
2,137
1,931
206

114,480
112,942
1,538
1,357
181

115,616
114,007
1,609
1,427
182

121,916
120,307
1,609
1,427
182

128,657
127,011
1,646
1,457
189

133,322
131,641
1,681
1,488
193

General State Charges
Capital Projects
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

17,876,268

18,382,781

18,953,752

19,315,466

20,117,424

20,755,185

Medical Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

14,778,525
14,763,303
15,222
1,438
13,784

15,370,559
15,349,531
21,028
0
21,028

15,711,940
15,711,940
0
0
0

16,327,685
16,327,685
0
0
0

17,214,191
17,214,191
0
0
0

17,883,728
17,883,728
0
0
0

Medicaid Administration
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

533,293
533,293
0
0
0

528,985
528,985
0
0
0

709,397
518,069
191,328
29,803
161,525

649,897
452,558
197,339
39,303
158,036

590,397
376,431
213,966
55,903
158,063

590,397
364,411
225,986
67,903
158,083

Public Health
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,564,450
1,992,440
540,034
266,560
273,474
31,976

2,483,237
1,927,300
526,470
267,361
259,109
29,467

2,532,415
2,078,861
422,352
227,807
194,545
31,202

2,337,884
1,876,419
429,075
234,094
194,981
32,390

2,312,836
1,862,090
416,112
239,296
176,816
34,634

2,281,060
1,828,451
417,078
240,256
176,822
35,531

Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

25,284
25,258
19,738
5,520
26

21,972
21,972
17,867
4,105
0

22,723
22,723
17,417
5,306
0

22,925
22,925
17,269
5,656
0

22,940
22,940
17,284
5,656
0

22,954
22,954
17,298
5,656
0

Stem Cell and Innovation
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

43,702
43,470
441
43,029
232

41,589
41,363
456
40,907
226

37,900
37,900
472
37,428
0

39,500
39,500
472
39,028
0

80,546
80,546
472
80,074
0

64,000
64,000
472
63,528
0

18,059,007

18,560,822

19,129,991

19,499,807

20,349,567

20,975,461

Children and Family Services, Office of

1,898,337

1,795,138

1,868,821

2,008,033

2,073,235

2,163,494

OCFS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,785,169
1,490,719
292,769
177,205
115,564
1,681

1,706,106
1,402,804
301,851
176,244
125,607
1,451

1,781,834
1,516,928
262,286
158,800
103,486
2,620

1,917,654
1,669,168
245,828
142,019
103,809
2,658

1,979,184
1,734,259
242,232
139,868
102,364
2,693

2,065,473
1,816,213
246,567
141,519
105,048
2,693

113,168

89,032

86,987

90,379

94,051

98,021

Functional Total
SOCIAL WELFARE

OCFS - Other

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-95

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
113,168

FY 2013
Results
89,032

FY 2014
Updated
86,987

FY 2015
Projected
90,379

FY 2016
Projected
94,051

FY 2017
Projected
98,021

115,024
43,984
55,910
40,611
15,299
15,130

118,475
50,710
53,471
40,507
12,964
14,294

82,248
14,406
48,484
38,465
10,019
19,358

83,742
14,406
48,838
38,822
10,016
20,498

118,434
46,824
50,201
40,065
10,136
21,409

119,244
46,824
51,011
40,563
10,448
21,409

Human Rights, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

12,000
12,000
10,679
1,321

12,326
12,326
10,199
2,127

10,021
10,021
9,316
705

10,277
10,277
9,541
736

10,598
10,598
9,832
766

10,597
10,597
9,831
766

Labor, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

60,962
3,665
42,274
29,954
12,320
15,023

63,909
5,543
44,078
29,780
14,298
14,288

77,187
11,504
48,623
30,770
17,853
17,060

64,134
150
45,717
31,476
14,241
18,267

66,357
150
46,810
32,170
14,640
19,397

66,113
150
46,657
32,017
14,640
19,306

National and Community Service
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

332
38
294
292
2

670
396
274
264
10

683
350
333
325
8

687
350
337
328
9

687
350
337
328
9

687
350
337
328
9

1,564,788

1,726,062

1,542,473

1,449,639

1,475,264

1,489,143

1,266,866
1,266,866

1,416,672
1,416,672

1,287,173
1,287,173

1,185,272
1,185,272

1,211,985
1,211,985

1,220,523
1,220,523

297,922
146,587
150,451
51,870
98,581
884

309,390
122,831
186,559
72,270
114,289
0

255,300
104,696
150,604
66,935
83,669
0

264,367
104,696
159,671
70,131
89,540
0

263,279
106,096
157,183
71,873
85,310
0

268,620
107,496
161,124
72,793
88,331
0

3,651,443

3,716,580

3,581,433

3,616,512

3,744,575

3,849,278

410,589

413,721

419,479

440,157

465,544

483,310

OASAS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

318,700
274,694
31,920
22,801
9,119
12,086

322,705
279,189
30,073
21,965
8,108
13,443

340,589
293,564
32,959
24,565
8,394
14,066

358,599
309,986
34,183
25,541
8,642
14,430

378,741
326,802
36,192
27,263
8,929
15,747

394,689
341,302
36,729
27,536
9,193
16,658

OASAS - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

91,889
32,151
43,751
32,119
11,632
15,987

91,016
32,680
41,900
31,919
9,981
16,436

78,890
21,325
40,434
30,685
9,749
17,131

81,558
21,325
41,984
31,926
10,058
18,249

86,803
21,325
45,557
34,616
10,941
19,921

88,621
21,325
46,223
34,962
11,261
21,073

Justice Center
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

38,458
466
36,849
18,660
18,189
1,143

39,837
620
37,842
18,982
18,860
1,375

40,674
620
38,573
19,237
19,336
1,481

41,256
620
39,155
19,335
19,820
1,481

Local Assistance Grants
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

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
General State Charges
Functional Total
MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of

Mental Health, Office of

3,027,241

3,015,068

3,141,443

3,379,123

3,703,890

3,843,063

OMH
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,143,914
716,057
306,563
253,135
53,428
121,294

1,234,724
703,134
325,835
271,502
54,333
205,755

1,243,519
742,017
339,314
280,985
58,329
162,188

1,417,619
878,316
363,337
301,178
62,159
175,966

1,573,694
1,006,370
376,126
309,304
66,822
191,198

1,619,543
1,057,866
368,797
300,610
68,187
192,880

OMH - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,883,327
408,148
1,066,389
827,902
238,487
408,790

1,780,344
391,037
1,030,052
799,753
230,299
359,255

1,897,924
355,479
1,078,950
848,236
230,714
463,495

1,961,504
377,579
1,106,384
863,165
243,219
477,541

2,130,196
455,179
1,154,226
899,137
255,089
520,791

2,223,520
531,744
1,155,444
896,557
258,887
536,332

411

293

0

0

0

0

Mental Hygiene, Department of

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-96

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for

FY 2012
Results
411
411

FY 2013
Results
293
293

FY 2014
Updated
0
0

FY 2015
Projected
0
0

FY 2016
Projected
0
0

FY 2017
Projected
0
0

4,331,480

4,248,227

3,387,868

3,800,845

4,179,085

4,208,630

OPWDD
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

903,732
692,788
106,952
72,227
34,725
103,992

1,361,275
694,290
467,938
343,349
124,589
199,047

462,496
462,315
181
0
181
0

415,363
415,182
181
0
181
0

376,187
376,006
181
0
181
0

381,000
380,819
181
0
181
0

OPWDD - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

3,427,748
1,631,638
1,378,983
1,052,886
326,097
417,127
0

2,886,952
1,501,508
1,018,391
782,182
236,209
367,052
1

2,925,372
957,877
1,362,943
1,109,157
253,786
604,552
0

3,385,482
1,446,541
1,327,532
1,077,707
249,825
611,409
0

3,802,898
1,780,917
1,375,979
1,122,289
253,690
646,002
0

3,827,630
1,838,861
1,334,845
1,080,588
254,257
653,924
0

7,584
560
5,948
4,856
1,092
1,076

7,439
537
5,905
4,959
946
997

2,343
173
1,853
1,654
199
317

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

7,777,305

7,684,748

6,989,591

7,659,962

8,389,193

8,576,259

Correction, Commission of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,251
2,251
1,890
361

2,055
2,055
1,857
198

2,672
2,672
2,414
258

2,748
2,748
2,481
267

2,825
2,825
2,548
277

2,833
2,833
2,550
283

Correctional Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,477,126
5,594
2,471,532
1,959,956
511,576
0

2,745,944
4,651
2,741,293
2,270,189
471,104
0

2,558,837
6,000
2,552,792
2,060,046
492,746
45

2,615,796
6,000
2,609,748
2,105,537
504,211
48

2,752,496
6,000
2,746,445
2,230,188
516,257
51

2,707,318
6,000
2,701,265
2,171,430
529,835
53

0
0

0
0

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

12,500
12,500

12,500
12,500

Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

215,019
151,076
63,882
32,972
30,910
61

210,807
150,047
60,696
29,987
30,709
64

227,531
169,831
57,622
25,533
32,089
78

215,612
159,714
55,818
24,571
31,247
80

216,745
159,714
56,946
25,233
31,713
85

217,485
159,714
57,683
25,565
32,118
88

Disaster Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

20,811
0
20,811
9,685
11,126

71,759
19,990
51,769
24,884
26,885

(53,725)
31,276
(85,001)
(24,884)
(60,117)

0
0
0
0
0

0
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

28,229
19,575
8,654
6,837
1,817
0

168,711
98,242
70,035
15,777
54,258
434

129,684
89,590
39,130
16,797
22,333
964

122,274
87,089
34,187
15,836
18,351
998

121,369
84,973
35,330
16,388
18,942
1,066

114,769
78,273
35,392
16,450
18,942
1,104

Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

62,701
62,292
326
259
67
83

57,492
56,557
688
606
82
247

67,200
65,400
1,422
770
652
378

82,800
81,000
1,422
770
652
378

82,800
81,000
1,422
770
652
378

82,800
81,000
1,422
770
652
378

Judicial Commissions
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

4,979
4,979
3,794
1,185

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

Judicial Conduct, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

5,209
5,209
3,953
1,256

5,384
5,384
4,093
1,291

5,642
5,642
4,246
1,396

5,837
5,837
4,366
1,471

5,903
5,903
4,399
1,504

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
PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Local Assistance Grants

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(400)
(400)
0
0
0

T-97

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

Judicial Nomination, Commission on
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0

0
0
0

30
30
30

30
30
30

30
30
30

30
30
30

Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

2
2
0
2

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

31,747
3,761
27,440
17,152
10,288
546

23,500
755
22,745
15,802
6,943
0

28,264
867
27,147
16,667
10,480
250

28,344
850
27,244
16,861
10,383
250

28,715
850
27,615
17,080
10,535
250

28,976
850
27,876
17,202
10,674
250

State Police, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

630,378
611,384
557,865
53,519
18,994

615,390
600,509
553,390
47,119
14,881

660,333
650,651
559,436
91,215
9,682

650,912
646,999
565,783
81,216
3,913

664,531
660,361
574,041
86,320
4,170

670,784
666,401
578,539
87,862
4,383

Statewide Financial System
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

17,596
17,596
7,554
10,042

51,349
51,349
8,650
42,699

52,601
52,601
11,287
41,314

52,826
52,826
10,977
41,849

54,164
54,164
11,060
43,104

55,109
55,109
11,143
43,966

Statewide Wireless Network
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

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

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

35,194
29,239
4,138
3,109
1,029
1,817

31,876
26,493
3,673
2,928
745
1,710

34,864
28,182
4,739
3,817
922
1,943

34,975
28,182
4,765
3,902
863
2,028

35,280
28,182
4,907
4,024
883
2,191

35,298
28,182
4,926
4,027
899
2,190

3,613,727

3,984,094

3,725,213

3,823,097

3,977,330

3,933,843

City University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,316,602
1,202,410
107,837
74,043
33,794
6,355

1,321,156
1,219,949
100,795
69,199
31,596
412

1,439,612
1,344,879
88,396
59,755
28,641
6,337

1,498,108
1,401,423
90,158
60,801
29,357
6,527

1,569,032
1,470,355
91,954
61,863
30,091
6,723

1,648,910
1,548,217
93,768
62,925
30,843
6,925

Higher Education - Miscellaneous
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

449
376
207
169
73

719
627
107
520
92

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

1,000,527
923,514
64,233
28,789
35,444
12,780

1,022,812
946,906
62,393
26,896
35,497
13,513

1,084,352
1,003,419
65,240
28,147
37,093
15,693

1,100,973
1,017,757
66,872
28,830
38,042
16,344

1,117,206
1,031,608
68,268
29,265
39,003
17,330

1,117,935
1,025,891
73,821
31,910
41,911
18,223

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

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
State University Construction Fund
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

22,625
16,809
13,612
3,197
5,816

State University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

6,471,148
481,591
5,429,621
3,324,528
2,105,093
559,936

6,444,092
462,422
5,450,823
3,398,972
2,051,851
530,847

6,662,818
476,329
5,581,323
3,440,534
2,140,789
605,166

6,804,167
491,731
5,687,486
3,501,377
2,186,109
624,950

6,961,850
491,731
5,824,383
3,584,774
2,239,609
645,736

7,118,785
491,731
5,959,508
3,669,916
2,289,592
667,546

8,811,351

8,790,125

9,188,082

9,404,548

9,649,388

9,886,930

Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

1,346
1,426
670
756
(80)

T-98

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

33,659
29,571
4,088
2,266
1,822

22,631
19,095
3,536
2,059
1,477

60,053
55,933
4,120
2,298
1,822

40,053
35,933
4,120
2,298
1,822

40,053
35,933
4,120
2,298
1,822

40,053
35,933
4,120
2,298
1,822

Education, Department of

24,749,120

25,520,880

26,083,872

27,548,142

28,580,657

29,941,468

School Aid
Local Assistance Grants

19,661,924
19,661,924

20,163,084
20,163,084

20,471,494
20,471,494

21,691,932
21,691,932

22,513,737
22,513,737

23,640,850
23,640,850

STAR Property Tax Relief
Local Assistance Grants

3,232,883
3,232,883

3,286,160
3,286,160

3,419,375
3,419,375

3,601,726
3,601,726

3,703,568
3,703,568

3,805,368
3,805,368

Special Education Categorical Programs
Local Assistance Grants

1,175,990
1,175,990

1,351,788
1,351,788

1,418,116
1,418,116

1,522,216
1,522,216

1,626,216
1,626,216

1,751,116
1,751,116

678,323
521,878
126,159
80,475
45,684
30,286

719,848
574,827
117,543
79,912
37,631
27,478

774,887
614,173
129,020
80,727
48,293
31,694

732,268
568,380
131,404
82,200
49,204
32,484

737,136
570,852
132,154
82,927
49,227
34,130

744,134
577,035
132,128
82,927
49,201
34,971

24,782,779

25,543,511

26,143,925

27,588,195

28,620,710

29,981,521

Budget, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

32,762
30,681
23,829
6,852
2,081

29,954
27,681
22,197
5,484
2,273

33,059
30,762
25,184
5,578
2,297

34,512
32,110
26,234
5,876
2,402

35,943
33,344
27,342
6,002
2,599

35,490
32,865
26,742
6,123
2,625

Civil Service, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

14,836
14,595
13,284
1,311
241

13,479
13,324
12,090
1,234
155

13,613
13,445
12,122
1,323
168

14,727
14,555
12,858
1,697
172

15,106
14,930
13,228
1,702
176

15,111
14,935
13,233
1,702
176

Deferred Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

621
457
378
79
164

620
442
377
65
178

826
618
399
219
208

858
633
408
225
225

867
642
417
225
225

888
663
421
242
225

Elections, State Board of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

9,815
415
9,400
4,065
5,335

5,576
272
5,304
4,056
1,248

7,314
2,200
5,114
4,250
864

35,296
30,000
5,296
4,370
926

5,442
0
5,442
4,495
947

5,497
0
5,497
4,530
967

Employee Relations, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,604
2,604
2,529
75

2,512
2,512
2,445
67

2,605
2,605
2,523
82

2,610
2,610
2,528
82

2,692
2,692
2,609
83

2,693
2,693
2,610
83

Gaming Commission, New York State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

0
0
0
0
0

1,306
1,306
1,196
110
0

180,420
161,262
34,874
126,388
19,158

184,614
165,132
35,415
129,717
19,482

185,247
165,765
36,048
129,717
19,482

185,247
165,765
36,048
129,717
19,482

General Services, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

121,489
119,994
48,873
71,121
1,495

146,957
145,423
50,191
95,232
1,534

172,521
170,385
60,161
110,224
2,136

145,851
143,643
61,444
82,199
2,208

147,837
145,483
61,792
83,691
2,354

150,438
147,994
62,261
85,733
2,444

Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

5,409
5,409
5,067
342

5,810
5,810
5,269
541

6,710
6,710
6,022
688

6,963
6,963
6,294
669

7,189
7,189
6,478
711

7,251
7,251
6,528
723

Labor Management Committees
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

23,215
23,215
8,359
14,856

17,666
17,666
6,038
11,628

35,601
35,601
5,313
30,288

39,742
39,742
5,862
33,880

45,755
45,755
6,869
38,886

43,032
43,032
6,584
36,448

150,306

133,125

0

0

0

0

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

Lottery, Division of the

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-99

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
140,484
20,276
120,208
9,822

FY 2013
Results
122,798
20,420
102,378
10,327

0
0
0
0

FY 2015
Projected
0
0
0
0

FY 2016
Projected
0
0
0
0

FY 2017
Projected
0
0
0
0

Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,802
541
1,261
1,040
221

1,568
424
1,144
1,037
107

2,298
685
1,613
1,388
225

2,250
685
1,565
1,443
122

2,295
685
1,610
1,477
133

2,299
685
1,614
1,479
135

Public Employment Relations Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,675
3,675
3,197
478

3,392
3,392
2,960
432

3,731
3,731
3,495
236

3,495
3,495
3,046
449

3,587
3,587
3,138
449

3,629
3,629
3,162
467

Public Integrity, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,217
3,217
2,492
725

3,887
3,887
2,666
1,221

4,505
4,505
3,634
871

5,078
5,078
4,035
1,043

5,473
5,473
4,133
1,340

5,525
5,525
4,158
1,367

Racing and Wagering Board, State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

19,553
17,270
10,940
6,330
2,283

17,760
14,974
9,716
5,258
2,786

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

83
83
80
3

0
0
0
0

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

61,000
12,916
40,716
28,357
12,359
7,368
0

57,914
6,435
42,561
28,645
13,916
8,918
0

67,448
10,927
45,627
30,288
15,339
10,909
(15)

62,058
3,979
46,790
30,919
15,871
11,304
(15)

63,426
3,979
47,419
31,537
15,882
12,043
(15)

64,197
3,979
47,824
31,549
16,275
12,409
(15)

Tax Appeals, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,850
2,850
2,483
367

2,700
2,700
2,535
165

3,174
3,174
2,962
212

3,255
3,255
3,034
221

3,309
3,309
3,088
221

3,361
3,361
3,140
221

Taxation and Finance, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

401,033
6,487
382,913
300,408
82,505
11,633

392,394
115
372,024
287,878
84,146
20,255

369,419
926
349,280
275,935
73,345
19,213

380,159
926
355,994
281,970
74,024
23,239

387,656
926
362,538
287,873
74,665
24,192

397,133
926
371,326
294,098
77,228
24,881

Technology, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

19,129
171
18,958
10,456
8,502

59,514
0
59,514
46,893
12,621

236,214
0
236,214
135,733
100,481

267,036
0
267,036
146,053
120,983

270,987
0
270,987
150,735
120,252

270,783
0
270,783
150,347
120,436

Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

12,884
7,572
5,312
4,868
444

12,473
7,175
5,298
4,893
405

13,756
7,767
5,989
5,545
444

13,339
7,577
5,762
5,323
439

13,567
7,637
5,930
5,480
450

13,567
7,637
5,930
5,480
450

Welfare Inspector General, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

441
395
364
31
46

386
364
288
76
22

1,179
1,179
721
458
0

1,207
1,207
738
469
0

1,217
1,217
748
469
0

1,217
1,217
748
469
0

Workers' Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

199,035
157,884
85,890
71,994
41,151

190,491
149,802
84,833
64,969
40,689

202,333
152,010
90,706
61,304
50,323

203,307
151,738
91,420
60,318
51,569

210,294
155,025
93,752
61,273
55,269

214,628
157,225
94,462
62,763
57,403

1,085,759

1,099,484

1,356,726

1,406,357

1,407,889

1,421,986

169,817
32,005

170,979
32,025

173,000
32,024

176,544
32,024

182,263
32,024

183,880
32,024

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Functional Total

FY 2014
Updated

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Local Assistance Grants

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-100

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

FY 2012
Results
135,123
103,298
31,825
2,689

FY 2013
Results
137,467
103,639
33,828
1,487

FY 2014
Updated
139,394
107,855
31,539
1,582

FY 2015
Projected
142,867
110,482
32,385
1,653

FY 2016
Projected
148,461
115,214
33,247
1,778

FY 2017
Projected
150,011
116,077
33,934
1,845

Executive Chamber
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

13,256
13,256
10,210
3,046

13,014
13,014
10,260
2,754

13,578
13,578
11,100
2,478

13,985
13,985
11,439
2,546

14,404
14,404
11,788
2,616

14,836
14,836
12,148
2,688

Judiciary
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,543,183
114,108
1,827,308
1,464,351
362,957
601,767

2,495,805
114,822
1,812,199
1,457,870
354,329
568,784

2,645,255
106,700
1,877,855
1,470,800
407,055
660,700

2,805,106
121,700
1,999,952
1,561,492
438,460
683,454

2,934,602
121,700
2,095,494
1,618,742
476,752
717,408

2,950,161
121,700
2,111,053
1,634,301
476,752
717,408

Law, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

168,624
160,461
106,462
53,999
8,163

169,427
159,850
107,969
51,881
9,577

179,983
165,021
110,763
54,258
14,962

182,448
166,756
113,770
52,986
15,692

187,990
171,379
117,132
54,247
16,611

190,674
173,429
118,110
55,319
17,245

Legislature
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

197,163
197,163
151,882
45,281

202,994
202,994
153,155
49,839

218,795
218,795
166,331
52,464

223,945
223,945
167,773
56,172

226,583
226,583
169,031
57,552

231,413
231,413
171,575
59,838

Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

408
408
289
119

433
433
345
88

614
614
480
134

665
665
515
150

680
680
543
137

680
680
543
137

3,092,451

3,052,652

3,231,225

3,402,693

3,546,522

3,571,644

Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Local Assistance Grants

721,034
721,034

721,159
721,159

725,700
725,700

734,523
734,523

749,901
749,901

761,789
761,789

Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Local Assistance Grants

4,714
4,714

5,225
5,225

5,539
5,539

2,678
2,678

0
0

0
0

Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

1,960
1,960

2,000
2,000

4,873
4,873

4,623
4,623

4,623
4,623

4,623
4,623

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

217
217

217
217

218
218

218
218

218
218

218
218

753,792

754,468

763,576

769,288

781,988

793,876

General State Charges
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

3,941,782
3,676
2,091
1,585
3,938,106

3,777,684
0
0
0
3,777,684

4,074,031
0
0
0
4,074,031

4,454,903
0
0
0
4,454,903

4,697,461
0
0
0
4,697,461

4,966,102
0
0
0
4,966,102

Long-Term Debt Service
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Debt Service

5,909,754
45,732
45,732
5,864,022

6,182,129
44,199
44,199
6,137,930

6,100,305
39,973
39,973
6,060,332

5,845,342
40,082
40,082
5,805,260

6,521,612
40,082
40,082
6,481,530

6,823,198
40,082
40,082
6,783,116

154,059
143,982
4,253
2,434
1,819
5,824

13,665
3,382
4,376
2,514
1,862
5,907

12,575
2,134
4,455
2,549
1,906
5,986

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(34,927)
(45,178)
5,007
2,356
2,651
5,244

(13,380)
(35,445)
4,618
2,303
2,315
17,447

161,760
(48,802)
204,529
102,586
101,943
6,033

9,816,609

9,946,433

10,328,395

10,313,910

11,231,648

11,951,060

87,180,623

88,842,638

90,669,611

93,836,796

98,189,314

101,548,692

T-101

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

78,458
16,616
103,309
76,487
16,938
506,105
3,596
66,124
867,633

70,404
15,395
86,141
83,275
13,903
487,036
2,931
63,299
822,384

80,347
17,884
83,931
76,339
16,158
505,837
4,259
71,606
856,361

82,832
18,418
102,442
78,994
16,477
510,733
3,161
79,943
893,000

83,037
18,864
101,927
111,722
16,808
518,788
3,161
84,496
938,803

84,739
19,671
90,733
135,994
17,215
521,669
3,161
87,000
960,182

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,299
284,724
8,893
201,969
499,885

4,090
271,457
0
190,574
466,121

4,029
276,656
0
197,257
477,942

4,100
274,459
0
194,379
472,938

4,184
279,088
0
196,534
479,806

4,185
283,614
0
198,368
486,167

92,162
0
4,276,720
4,368,882

89,842
0
4,331,374
4,421,216

96,743
24,000
4,776,408
4,897,151

100,270
24,000
4,862,219
4,986,489

105,901
24,000
4,941,994
5,071,895

108,766
24,000
5,027,719
5,160,485

113,753
17,876,268
14,778,525
533,293
2,564,450
25,284
43,702
18,059,007

114,480
18,382,781
15,370,559
528,985
2,483,237
21,972
41,589
18,560,822

115,616
18,953,752
15,711,940
709,397
2,532,415
22,723
37,900
19,129,991

121,916
19,315,466
16,327,685
649,897
2,337,884
22,925
39,500
19,499,807

128,657
20,117,424
17,214,191
590,397
2,312,836
22,940
80,546
20,349,567

133,322
20,755,185
17,883,728
590,397
2,281,060
22,954
64,000
20,975,461

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
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,898,337
1,785,169
113,168
115,024
12,000
60,962
332
1,564,788
1,266,866
297,922
3,651,443

1,795,138
1,706,106
89,032
118,475
12,326
63,909
670
1,726,062
1,416,672
309,390
3,716,580

1,868,821
1,781,834
86,987
82,248
10,021
77,187
683
1,542,473
1,287,173
255,300
3,581,433

2,008,033
1,917,654
90,379
83,742
10,277
64,134
687
1,449,639
1,185,272
264,367
3,616,512

2,073,235
1,979,184
94,051
118,434
10,598
66,357
687
1,475,264
1,211,985
263,279
3,744,575

2,163,494
2,065,473
98,021
119,244
10,597
66,113
687
1,489,143
1,220,523
268,620
3,849,278

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

410,589
318,700
91,889
0
3,027,241
1,143,914
1,883,327
411
4,331,480
903,732
3,427,748
7,584
7,777,305

413,721
322,705
91,016
0
3,015,068
1,234,724
1,780,344
293
4,248,227
1,361,275
2,886,952
7,439
7,684,748

419,479
340,589
78,890
38,458
3,141,443
1,243,519
1,897,924
0
3,387,868
462,496
2,925,372
2,343
6,989,591

440,157
358,599
81,558
39,837
3,379,123
1,417,619
1,961,504
0
3,800,845
415,363
3,385,482
0
7,659,962

465,544
378,741
86,803
40,674
3,703,890
1,573,694
2,130,196
0
4,179,085
376,187
3,802,898
0
8,389,193

483,310
394,689
88,621
41,256
3,843,063
1,619,543
2,223,520
0
4,208,630
381,000
3,827,630
0
8,576,259

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of

2,251
2,477,126
0
215,019
20,811
28,229
62,701
4,979
0
0
0
31,747

2,055
2,745,944
0
210,807
71,759
168,711
57,492
0
5,209
0
2
23,500

2,672
2,558,837
11,500
227,531
(53,725)
129,684
67,200
0
5,384
30
38
28,264

2,748
2,615,796
11,500
215,612
(400)
122,274
82,800
0
5,642
30
38
28,344

2,825
2,752,496
12,500
216,745
0
121,369
82,800
0
5,837
30
38
28,715

2,833
2,707,318
12,500
217,485
0
114,769
82,800
0
5,903
30
38
28,976

TRANSPORTATION
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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-102

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
630,378
17,596
87,696
35,194
3,613,727

FY 2013
Results
615,390
51,349
0
31,876
3,984,094

FY 2014
Updated
660,333
52,601
0
34,864
3,725,213

FY 2015
Projected
650,912
52,826
0
34,975
3,823,097

FY 2016
Projected
664,531
54,164
0
35,280
3,977,330

FY 2017
Projected
670,784
55,109
0
35,298
3,933,843

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

1,316,602
449
1,000,527
22,625
6,471,148
8,811,351

1,321,156
719
1,022,812
1,346
6,444,092
8,790,125

1,439,612
1,300
1,084,352
0
6,662,818
9,188,082

1,498,108
1,300
1,100,973
0
6,804,167
9,404,548

1,569,032
1,300
1,117,206
0
6,961,850
9,649,388

1,648,910
1,300
1,117,935
0
7,118,785
9,886,930

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

33,659
24,749,120
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
678,323
24,782,779

22,631
25,520,880
20,163,084
3,286,160
1,351,788
719,848
25,543,511

60,053
26,083,872
20,471,494
3,419,375
1,418,116
774,887
26,143,925

40,053
27,548,142
21,691,932
3,601,726
1,522,216
732,268
27,588,195

40,053
28,580,657
22,513,737
3,703,568
1,626,216
737,136
28,620,710

40,053
29,941,468
23,640,850
3,805,368
1,751,116
744,134
29,981,521

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

32,762
14,836
621
9,815
2,604
0
121,489
5,409
23,215
150,306
1,802
3,675
3,217
19,553
83
61,000
2,850
401,033
19,129
12,884
441
199,035
1,085,759

29,954
13,479
620
5,576
2,512
1,306
146,957
5,810
17,666
133,125
1,568
3,392
3,887
17,760
0
57,914
2,700
392,394
59,514
12,473
386
190,491
1,099,484

33,059
13,613
826
7,314
2,605
180,420
172,521
6,710
35,601
0
2,298
3,731
4,505
0
0
67,448
3,174
369,419
236,214
13,756
1,179
202,333
1,356,726

34,512
14,727
858
35,296
2,610
184,614
145,851
6,963
39,742
0
2,250
3,495
5,078
0
0
62,058
3,255
380,159
267,036
13,339
1,207
203,307
1,406,357

35,943
15,106
867
5,442
2,692
185,247
147,837
7,189
45,755
0
2,295
3,587
5,473
0
0
63,426
3,309
387,656
270,987
13,567
1,217
210,294
1,407,889

35,490
15,111
888
5,497
2,693
185,247
150,438
7,251
43,032
0
2,299
3,629
5,525
0
0
64,197
3,361
397,133
270,783
13,567
1,217
214,628
1,421,986

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

169,817
13,256
2,543,183
168,624
197,163
408
3,092,451

170,979
13,014
2,495,805
169,427
202,994
433
3,052,652

173,000
13,578
2,645,255
179,983
218,795
614
3,231,225

176,544
13,985
2,805,106
182,448
223,945
665
3,402,693

182,263
14,404
2,934,602
187,990
226,583
680
3,546,522

183,880
14,836
2,950,161
190,674
231,413
680
3,571,644

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

3,941,782
5,909,754
(34,927)
9,816,609

3,777,684
6,182,129
(13,380)
9,946,433

4,074,031
6,100,305
154,059
10,328,395

4,454,903
5,845,342
13,665
10,313,910

4,697,461
6,521,612
12,575
11,231,648

4,966,102
6,823,198
161,760
11,951,060

90,669,611

93,836,796

98,189,314

101,548,692

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

87,180,623

88,842,638

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.

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-103

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

24,603
69,580
76,487
8,140
217,470
0
396,280

19,476
66,116
82,275
6,108
221,513
0
395,488

26,137
61,846
75,339
9,234
216,952
200
389,708

25,719
80,022
77,994
9,418
216,952
200
410,305

24,946
79,272
110,722
9,607
216,952
200
441,699

25,486
69,272
134,994
9,799
216,952
200
456,703

4,760
12,019
16,779

2,335
6,583
8,918

4,970
7,760
12,730

4,542
7,600
12,142

4,542
7,600
12,142

4,542
7,600
12,142

4,229,733
4,229,733

4,303,243
4,303,243

4,739,296
4,739,296

4,830,863
4,830,863

4,909,602
4,909,602

4,995,282
4,995,282

111,616
17,289,036
14,763,303
533,293
1,992,440
17,400,652

112,942
17,805,816
15,349,531
528,985
1,927,300
17,918,758

114,007
18,308,870
15,711,940
518,069
2,078,861
18,422,877

120,307
18,656,662
16,327,685
452,558
1,876,419
18,776,969

127,011
19,452,712
17,214,191
376,431
1,862,090
19,579,723

131,641
20,076,590
17,883,728
364,411
1,828,451
20,208,231

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,603,887
1,490,719
113,168
43,984
3,665
38
1,413,453
1,266,866
146,587
3,065,027

1,491,836
1,402,804
89,032
50,710
5,543
396
1,539,503
1,416,672
122,831
3,087,988

1,603,915
1,516,928
86,987
14,406
11,504
350
1,391,869
1,287,173
104,696
3,022,044

1,759,547
1,669,168
90,379
14,406
150
350
1,289,968
1,185,272
104,696
3,064,421

1,828,310
1,734,259
94,051
46,824
150
350
1,318,081
1,211,985
106,096
3,193,715

1,914,234
1,816,213
98,021
46,824
150
350
1,328,019
1,220,523
107,496
3,289,577

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

306,845
274,694
32,151
0
1,124,205
716,057
408,148
2,324,426
692,788
1,631,638
560
3,756,036

311,869
279,189
32,680
0
1,094,171
703,134
391,037
2,195,798
694,290
1,501,508
537
3,602,375

314,889
293,564
21,325
466
1,097,496
742,017
355,479
1,420,192
462,315
957,877
173
2,833,216

331,311
309,986
21,325
620
1,255,895
878,316
377,579
1,861,723
415,182
1,446,541
0
3,449,549

348,127
326,802
21,325
620
1,461,549
1,006,370
455,179
2,156,923
376,006
1,780,917
0
3,967,219

362,627
341,302
21,325
620
1,589,610
1,057,866
531,744
2,219,680
380,819
1,838,861
0
4,172,537

5,594
0
151,076
0
19,575
62,292
3,761
18,369
29,239
289,906

4,651
0
150,047
19,990
98,242
56,557
755
0
26,493
356,735

6,000
11,500
169,831
31,276
89,590
65,400
867
0
28,182
402,646

6,000
12,500
159,714
0
84,973
81,000
850
0
28,182
373,219

6,000
12,500
159,714
0
78,273
81,000
850
0
28,182
366,519

1,202,410
923,514
481,591
2,607,515

1,219,949
946,906
462,422
2,629,277

1,344,879
1,003,419
476,329
2,824,627

1,401,423
1,017,757
491,731
2,910,911

1,470,355
1,031,608
491,731
2,993,694

1,548,217
1,025,891
491,731
3,065,839

29,571

19,095

55,933

35,933

35,933

35,933

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
Disaster Assistance
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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

6,000
11,500
159,714
(400)
87,089
81,000
850
0
28,182
373,935

T-104

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)

Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
24,592,675
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
521,878
24,622,246

FY 2013
Results
25,375,859
20,163,084
3,286,160
1,351,788
574,827
25,394,954

FY 2014
Updated
25,923,158
20,471,494
3,419,375
1,418,116
614,173
25,979,091

FY 2015
Projected
27,384,254
21,691,932
3,601,726
1,522,216
568,380
27,420,187

FY 2016
Projected
28,414,373
22,513,737
3,703,568
1,626,216
570,852
28,450,306

FY 2017
Projected
29,774,369
23,640,850
3,805,368
1,751,116
577,035
29,810,302

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

415
541
12,916
6,487
171
7,572
28,102

272
424
6,435
115
0
7,175
14,421

2,200
685
10,927
926
0
7,767
22,505

30,000
685
3,979
926
0
7,577
43,167

0
685
3,979
926
0
7,637
13,227

0
685
3,979
926
0
7,637
13,227

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

32,005
114,108
146,113

32,025
114,822
146,847

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

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

(45,178)
(45,178)

(35,445)
(35,445)

143,982
143,982

3,382
3,382

2,134
2,134

59,695,022

62,218,843

64,872,392

TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

57,267,003

58,578,027

(48,802)
(48,802)
67,289,157

T-105

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

52,515
13,044
33,729
0
6,456
210,028
3,596
47,386
366,754

49,174
12,474
20,025
1,000
5,606
193,410
2,931
46,659
331,279

52,661
13,338
22,057
1,000
5,286
202,715
4,259
50,441
351,757

55,502
13,733
22,392
1,000
5,389
204,957
3,161
54,257
360,391

56,362
13,932
22,627
1,000
5,497
207,557
3,161
56,724
366,860

57,450
14,550
21,433
1,000
5,678
207,557
3,161
57,894
368,723

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,299
245,162
6,504
183,216
439,181

4,090
230,616
0
179,867
414,573

4,029
231,899
0
180,468
416,396

4,100
230,724
0
177,844
412,668

4,184
233,597
0
179,948
417,729

4,185
236,293
0
181,781
422,259

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

67,400
0
35,857
103,257

65,717
0
20,224
85,941

68,850
24,000
25,447
118,297

71,484
24,000
25,402
120,886

74,393
24,000
26,019
124,412

75,740
24,000
26,047
125,787

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

2,137
555,256
15,222
0
540,034
25,258
43,470
626,121

1,538
547,498
21,028
0
526,470
21,972
41,363
612,371

1,609
613,680
0
191,328
422,352
22,723
37,900
675,912

1,609
626,414
0
197,339
429,075
22,925
39,500
690,448

1,646
630,078
0
213,966
416,112
22,940
80,546
735,210

1,681
643,064
0
225,986
417,078
22,954
64,000
731,699

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
Functional Total

292,769
292,769
55,910
12,000
42,274
294
150,451
150,451
553,698

301,851
301,851
53,471
12,326
44,078
274
186,559
186,559
598,559

262,286
262,286
48,484
10,021
48,623
333
150,604
150,604
520,351

245,828
245,828
48,838
10,277
45,717
337
159,671
159,671
510,668

242,232
242,232
50,201
10,598
46,810
337
157,183
157,183
507,361

246,567
246,567
51,011
10,597
46,657
337
161,124
161,124
516,293

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

75,671
31,920
43,751
0
1,372,952
306,563
1,066,389
411
1,485,935
106,952
1,378,983
5,948
2,940,917

71,973
30,073
41,900
0
1,355,887
325,835
1,030,052
293
1,486,329
467,938
1,018,391
5,905
2,920,387

73,393
32,959
40,434
36,849
1,418,264
339,314
1,078,950
0
1,363,124
181
1,362,943
1,853
2,893,483

76,167
34,183
41,984
37,842
1,469,721
363,337
1,106,384
0
1,327,713
181
1,327,532
0
2,911,443

81,749
36,192
45,557
38,573
1,530,352
376,126
1,154,226
0
1,376,160
181
1,375,979
0
3,026,834

82,952
36,729
46,223
39,155
1,524,241
368,797
1,155,444
0
1,335,026
181
1,334,845
0
2,981,374

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of

2,251
2,471,532
63,882
20,811
8,654
326
4,979
0
0
0
27,440
611,384

2,055
2,741,293
60,696
51,769
70,035
688
0
5,209
0
2
22,745
600,509

2,672
2,552,792
57,622
(85,001)
39,130
1,422
0
5,384
30
38
27,147
650,651

2,748
2,609,748
55,818
0
34,187
1,422
0
5,642
30
38
27,244
646,999

2,825
2,746,445
56,946
0
35,330
1,422
0
5,837
30
38
27,615
660,361

2,833
2,701,265
57,683
0
35,392
1,422
0
5,903
30
38
27,876
666,401

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-106

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)

Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
17,596
69,207
4,138
3,302,200

FY 2013
Results
51,349
0
3,673
3,610,023

FY 2014
Updated
52,601
0
4,739
3,309,227

FY 2015
Projected
52,826
0
4,765
3,441,467

FY 2016
Projected
54,164
0
4,907
3,595,920

FY 2017
Projected
55,109
0
4,926
3,558,878

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

107,837
376
64,233
16,809
5,429,621
5,618,876

100,795
627
62,393
1,426
5,450,823
5,616,064

88,396
1,201
65,240
0
5,581,323
5,736,160

90,158
1,201
66,872
0
5,687,486
5,845,717

91,954
1,201
68,268
0
5,824,383
5,985,806

93,768
1,201
73,821
0
5,959,508
6,128,298

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

4,088
126,159
126,159
130,247

3,536
117,543
117,543
121,079

4,120
129,020
129,020
133,140

4,120
131,404
131,404
135,524

4,120
132,154
132,154
136,274

4,120
132,128
132,128
136,248

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

30,681
14,595
457
9,400
2,604
0
119,994
5,409
23,215
140,484
1,261
3,675
3,217
17,270
83
40,716
2,850
382,913
18,958
5,312
395
157,884
981,373

27,681
13,324
442
5,304
2,512
1,306
145,423
5,810
17,666
122,798
1,144
3,392
3,887
14,974
0
42,561
2,700
372,024
59,514
5,298
364
149,802
997,926

30,762
13,445
618
5,114
2,605
161,262
170,385
6,710
35,601
0
1,613
3,731
4,505
0
0
45,627
3,174
349,280
236,214
5,989
1,179
152,010
1,229,824

32,110
14,555
633
5,296
2,610
165,132
143,643
6,963
39,742
0
1,565
3,495
5,078
0
0
46,790
3,255
355,994
267,036
5,762
1,207
151,738
1,252,604

33,344
14,930
642
5,442
2,692
165,765
145,483
7,189
45,755
0
1,610
3,587
5,473
0
0
47,419
3,309
362,538
270,987
5,930
1,217
155,025
1,278,337

32,865
14,935
663
5,497
2,693
165,765
147,994
7,251
43,032
0
1,614
3,629
5,525
0
0
47,824
3,361
371,326
270,783
5,930
1,217
157,225
1,289,129

135,123
13,256
1,827,308
160,461
197,163
408
2,333,719

137,467
13,014
1,812,199
159,850
202,994
433
2,325,957

139,394
13,578
1,877,855
165,021
218,795
614
2,415,257

142,867
13,985
1,999,952
166,756
223,945
665
2,548,170

148,461
14,404
2,095,494
171,379
226,583
680
2,657,001

150,011
14,836
2,111,053
173,429
231,413
680
2,681,422

3,676
45,732
5,007
54,415

0
44,199
4,618
48,817

0
39,973
4,253
44,226

0
40,082
4,376
44,458

0
40,082
4,455
44,537

0
40,082
204,529
244,611

17,450,758

17,682,976

17,844,030

18,274,444

18,876,281

19,184,721

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-107

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

27,412
7,720
11,354
0
4,776
142,332
2,849
38,749
235,192

26,859
7,511
11,642
500
4,027
136,494
2,500
37,725
227,258

27,596
8,195
12,924
500
3,432
144,757
2,522
41,498
241,424

29,008
8,308
12,455
500
3,500
146,931
2,548
45,002
248,252

29,632
8,370
12,690
500
3,570
149,453
2,548
47,246
254,009

29,930
8,433
12,696
500
3,711
149,453
2,548
48,217
255,488

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

3,779
188,153
5,454
138,928
336,314

3,730
172,343
0
130,938
307,011

3,703
171,652
0
134,685
310,040

3,774
175,327
0
131,482
310,583

3,858
178,057
0
133,586
315,501

3,859
180,494
0
135,419
319,772

48,313
9,818
58,131

49,216
9,022
58,238

50,274
10,251
60,525

51,038
10,499
61,537

53,476
10,775
64,251

54,391
10,781
65,172

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

1,931
267,998
1,438
0
266,560
19,738
441
290,108

1,357
267,361
0
0
267,361
17,867
456
287,041

1,427
257,610
0
29,803
227,807
17,417
472
276,926

1,427
273,397
0
39,303
234,094
17,269
472
292,565

1,457
295,199
0
55,903
239,296
17,284
472
314,412

1,488
308,159
0
67,903
240,256
17,298
472
327,417

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
Functional Total

177,205
177,205
40,611
10,679
29,954
292
51,870
51,870
310,611

176,244
176,244
40,507
10,199
29,780
264
72,270
72,270
329,264

158,800
158,800
38,465
9,316
30,770
325
66,935
66,935
304,611

142,019
142,019
38,822
9,541
31,476
328
70,131
70,131
292,317

139,868
139,868
40,065
9,832
32,170
328
71,873
71,873
294,136

141,519
141,519
40,563
9,831
32,017
328
72,793
72,793
297,051

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

54,920
22,801
32,119
0
1,081,037
253,135
827,902
1,125,113
72,227
1,052,886
4,856
2,265,926

53,884
21,965
31,919
0
1,071,255
271,502
799,753
1,125,531
343,349
782,182
4,959
2,255,629

55,250
24,565
30,685
18,660
1,129,221
280,985
848,236
1,109,157
0
1,109,157
1,654
2,313,942

57,467
25,541
31,926
18,982
1,164,343
301,178
863,165
1,077,707
0
1,077,707
0
2,318,499

61,879
27,263
34,616
19,237
1,208,441
309,304
899,137
1,122,289
0
1,122,289
0
2,411,846

62,498
27,536
34,962
19,335
1,197,167
300,610
896,557
1,080,588
0
1,080,588
0
2,359,588

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of

1,890
1,959,956
32,972
9,685
6,837
259
3,794
0
0
17,152
557,865
7,554
7,006
3,109

1,857
2,270,189
29,987
24,884
15,777
606
0
3,953
0
15,802
553,390
8,650
0
2,928

2,414
2,060,046
25,533
(24,884)
16,797
770
0
4,093
13
16,667
559,436
11,287
0
3,817

2,481
2,105,537
24,571
0
15,836
770
0
4,246
13
16,861
565,783
10,977
0
3,902

2,548
2,230,188
25,233
0
16,388
770
0
4,366
13
17,080
574,041
11,060
0
4,024

2,550
2,171,430
25,565
0
16,450
770
0
4,399
13
17,202
578,539
11,143
0
4,027

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-108

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
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
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 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2012
Results
2,608,079

FY 2013
Results
2,928,023

FY 2014
Updated
2,675,989

FY 2015
Projected
2,750,977

FY 2016
Projected
2,885,711

FY 2017
Projected
2,832,088

74,043
207
28,789
13,612
3,324,528
3,441,179

69,199
107
26,896
670
3,398,972
3,495,844

59,755
198
28,147
0
3,440,534
3,528,634

60,801
198
28,830
0
3,501,377
3,591,206

61,863
198
29,265
0
3,584,774
3,676,100

62,925
198
31,910
0
3,669,916
3,764,949

2,266
80,475
80,475
82,741

2,059
79,912
79,912
81,971

2,298
80,727
80,727
83,025

2,298
82,200
82,200
84,498

2,298
82,927
82,927
85,225

2,298
82,927
82,927
85,225

23,829
13,284
378
4,065
2,529
0
48,873
5,067
8,359
20,276
1,040
3,197
2,492
10,940
80
28,357
2,483
300,408
10,456
4,868
364
85,890
577,235

22,197
12,090
377
4,056
2,445
1,196
50,191
5,269
6,038
20,420
1,037
2,960
2,666
9,716
0
28,645
2,535
287,878
46,893
4,893
288
84,833
596,623

25,184
12,122
399
4,250
2,523
34,874
60,161
6,022
5,313
0
1,388
3,495
3,634
0
0
30,288
2,962
275,935
135,733
5,545
721
90,706
701,255

26,234
12,858
408
4,370
2,528
35,415
61,444
6,294
5,862
0
1,443
3,046
4,035
0
0
30,919
3,034
281,970
146,053
5,323
738
91,420
723,394

27,342
13,228
417
4,495
2,609
36,048
61,792
6,478
6,869
0
1,477
3,138
4,133
0
0
31,537
3,088
287,873
150,735
5,480
748
93,752
741,239

26,742
13,233
421
4,530
2,610
36,048
62,261
6,528
6,584
0
1,479
3,162
4,158
0
0
31,549
3,140
294,098
150,347
5,480
748
94,462
747,580

103,298
10,210
1,464,351
106,462
151,882
289
1,836,492

103,639
10,260
1,457,870
107,969
153,155
345
1,833,238

107,855
11,100
1,470,800
110,763
166,331
480
1,867,329

110,482
11,439
1,561,492
113,770
167,773
515
1,965,471

115,214
11,788
1,618,742
117,132
169,031
543
2,032,450

116,077
12,148
1,634,301
118,110
171,575
543
2,052,754

2,091
2,356
4,447

0
2,303
2,303

0
2,434
2,434

0
2,514
2,514

0
2,549
2,549

0
102,586
102,586

12,046,455

12,402,443

12,366,134

12,641,813

13,077,429

13,209,670

T-109

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

25,103
5,324
22,375
0
1,680
67,696
747
8,637
131,562

22,315
4,963
8,383
500
1,579
56,916
431
8,934
104,021

25,065
5,143
9,133
500
1,854
57,958
1,737
8,943
110,333

26,494
5,425
9,937
500
1,889
58,026
613
9,255
112,139

26,730
5,562
9,937
500
1,927
58,104
613
9,478
112,851

27,520
6,117
8,737
500
1,967
58,104
613
9,677
113,235

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

520
57,009
1,050
44,288
102,867

360
58,273
0
48,929
107,562

326
60,247
0
45,783
106,356

326
55,397
0
46,362
102,085

326
55,540
0
46,362
102,228

326
55,799
0
46,362
102,487

19,087
0
26,039
45,126

16,501
0
11,202
27,703

18,576
24,000
15,196
57,772

20,446
24,000
14,903
59,349

20,917
24,000
15,244
60,161

21,349
24,000
15,266
60,615

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

206
287,258
13,784
0
273,474
5,520
43,029
336,013

181
280,137
21,028
0
259,109
4,105
40,907
325,330

182
356,070
0
161,525
194,545
5,306
37,428
398,986

182
353,017
0
158,036
194,981
5,656
39,028
397,883

189
334,879
0
158,063
176,816
5,656
80,074
420,798

193
334,905
0
158,083
176,822
5,656
63,528
404,282

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
Functional Total

115,564
115,564
15,299
1,321
12,320
2
98,581
98,581
243,087

125,607
125,607
12,964
2,127
14,298
10
114,289
114,289
269,295

103,486
103,486
10,019
705
17,853
8
83,669
83,669
215,740

103,809
103,809
10,016
736
14,241
9
89,540
89,540
218,351

102,364
102,364
10,136
766
14,640
9
85,310
85,310
213,225

105,048
105,048
10,448
766
14,640
9
88,331
88,331
219,242

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

20,751
9,119
11,632
0
291,915
53,428
238,487
411
360,822
34,725
326,097
1,092
674,991

18,089
8,108
9,981
0
284,632
54,333
230,299
293
360,798
124,589
236,209
946
664,758

18,143
8,394
9,749
18,189
289,043
58,329
230,714
0
253,967
181
253,786
199
579,541

18,700
8,642
10,058
18,860
305,378
62,159
243,219
0
250,006
181
249,825
0
592,944

19,870
8,929
10,941
19,336
321,911
66,822
255,089
0
253,871
181
253,690
0
614,988

20,454
9,193
11,261
19,820
327,074
68,187
258,887
0
254,438
181
254,257
0
621,786

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of

361
511,576
30,910
11,126
1,817
67
1,185
0
0
0
10,288
53,519

198
471,104
30,709
26,885
54,258
82
0
1,256
0
2
6,943
47,119

258
492,746
32,089
(60,117)
22,333
652
0
1,291
30
25
10,480
91,215

267
504,211
31,247
0
18,351
652
0
1,396
30
25
10,383
81,216

277
516,257
31,713
0
18,942
652
0
1,471
30
25
10,535
86,320

283
529,835
32,118
0
18,942
652
0
1,504
30
25
10,674
87,862

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-110

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)

Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
10,042
62,201
1,029
694,121

FY 2013
Results
42,699
0
745
682,000

FY 2014
Updated
41,314
0
922
633,238

FY 2015
Projected
41,849
0
863
690,490

FY 2016
Projected
43,104
0
883
710,209

FY 2017
Projected
43,966
0
899
726,790

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

33,794
169
35,444
3,197
2,105,093
2,177,697

31,596
520
35,497
756
2,051,851
2,120,220

28,641
1,003
37,093
0
2,140,789
2,207,526

29,357
1,003
38,042
0
2,186,109
2,254,511

30,091
1,003
39,003
0
2,239,609
2,309,706

30,843
1,003
41,911
0
2,289,592
2,363,349

1,822
45,684
45,684
47,506

1,477
37,631
37,631
39,108

1,822
48,293
48,293
50,115

1,822
49,204
49,204
51,026

1,822
49,227
49,227
51,049

1,822
49,201
49,201
51,023

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

6,852
1,311
79
5,335
75
0
71,121
342
14,856
120,208
221
478
725
6,330
3
12,359
367
82,505
8,502
444
31
71,994
404,138

5,484
1,234
65
1,248
67
110
95,232
541
11,628
102,378
107
432
1,221
5,258
0
13,916
165
84,146
12,621
405
76
64,969
401,303

5,578
1,323
219
864
82
126,388
110,224
688
30,288
0
225
236
871
0
0
15,339
212
73,345
100,481
444
458
61,304
528,569

5,876
1,697
225
926
82
129,717
82,199
669
33,880
0
122
449
1,043
0
0
15,871
221
74,024
120,983
439
469
60,318
529,210

6,002
1,702
225
947
83
129,717
83,691
711
38,886
0
133
449
1,340
0
0
15,882
221
74,665
120,252
450
469
61,273
537,098

6,123
1,702
242
967
83
129,717
85,733
723
36,448
0
135
467
1,367
0
0
16,275
221
77,228
120,436
450
469
62,763
541,549

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

31,825
3,046
362,957
53,999
45,281
119
497,227

33,828
2,754
354,329
51,881
49,839
88
492,719

31,539
2,478
407,055
54,258
52,464
134
547,928

32,385
2,546
438,460
52,986
56,172
150
582,699

33,247
2,616
476,752
54,247
57,552
137
624,551

33,934
2,688
476,752
55,319
59,838
137
628,668

1,585
45,732
2,651
49,968

0
44,199
2,315
46,514

0
39,973
1,819
41,792

0
40,082
1,862
41,944

0
40,082
1,906
41,988

0
40,082
101,943
142,025

5,404,303

5,280,533

5,477,896

5,632,631

5,798,852

5,975,051

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-111

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
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
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

1,340
3,572
0
2,342
78,607
18,738
104,599

1,754
2,921
0
2,189
72,113
16,640
95,617

1,549
4,546
28
1,638
86,170
20,965
114,896

1,611
4,685
28
1,670
88,824
25,486
122,304

1,729
4,932
28
1,704
94,279
27,572
130,244

1,803
5,121
28
1,738
97,160
28,906
134,756

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

34,802
2,389
655
37,846

38,506
0
245
38,751

39,787
0
4,029
43,816

39,193
0
3,935
43,128

40,949
0
3,986
44,935

42,779
0
3,987
46,766

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

24,762
10,781
35,543

24,125
4,180
28,305

27,893
5,665
33,558

28,786
5,954
34,740

31,508
6,373
37,881

33,026
6,390
39,416

HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

31,976
31,976
26
232
32,234

29,467
29,467
0
226
29,693

31,202
31,202
0
0
31,202

32,390
32,390
0
0
32,390

34,634
34,634
0
0
34,634

35,531
35,531
0
0
35,531

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

1,681
1,681
15,130
15,023
884
884
32,718

1,451
1,451
14,294
14,288
0
0
30,033

2,620
2,620
19,358
17,060
0
0
39,038

2,658
2,658
20,498
18,267
0
0
41,423

2,693
2,693
21,409
19,397
0
0
43,499

2,693
2,693
21,409
19,306
0
0
43,408

28,073
12,086
15,987
0
530,084
121,294
408,790
521,119
103,992
417,127
1,076
1,080,352

29,879
13,443
16,436
0
565,010
205,755
359,255
566,099
199,047
367,052
997
1,161,985

31,197
14,066
17,131
1,143
625,683
162,188
463,495
604,552
0
604,552
317
1,262,892

32,679
14,430
18,249
1,375
653,507
175,966
477,541
611,409
0
611,409
0
1,298,970

35,668
15,747
19,921
1,481
711,989
191,198
520,791
646,002
0
646,002
0
1,395,140

37,731
16,658
21,073
1,481
729,212
192,880
536,332
653,924
0
653,924
0
1,422,348

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 Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

0
61
0
83
546
18,994
120
1,817
21,621

0
64
434
247
0
14,881
0
1,710
17,336

45
78
964
378
250
9,682
0
1,943
13,340

48
80
998
378
250
3,913
0
2,028
7,695

51
85
1,066
378
250
4,170
0
2,191
8,191

53
88
1,104
378
250
4,383
0
2,190
8,446

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

6,355
73
12,780
5,816
559,936
584,960

412
92
13,513
(80)
530,847
544,784

6,337
99
15,693
0
605,166
627,295

6,527
99
16,344
0
624,950
647,920

6,723
99
17,330
0
645,736
669,888

6,925
99
18,223
0
667,546
692,793

30,286

27,478

31,694

32,484

34,130

34,971

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

EDUCATION
Education, Department of

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
30,286
30,286

FY 2013
Results
27,478
27,478

FY 2014
Updated
31,694
31,694

FY 2015
Projected
32,484
32,484

FY 2016
Projected
34,130
34,130

FY 2017
Projected
34,971
34,971

2,081
241
164
0
1,495
9,822
2,283
7,368
11,633
46
41,151
76,284

2,273
155
178
0
1,534
10,327
2,786
8,918
20,255
22
40,689
87,137

2,297
168
208
19,158
2,136
0
0
10,909
19,213
0
50,323
104,412

2,402
172
225
19,482
2,208
0
0
11,304
23,239
0
51,569
110,601

2,599
176
225
19,482
2,354
0
0
12,043
24,192
0
55,269
116,340

2,625
176
225
19,482
2,444
0
0
12,409
24,881
0
57,403
119,645

2,689
601,767
8,163
612,619

1,487
568,784
9,577
579,848

1,582
660,700
14,962
677,244

1,653
683,454
15,692
700,799

1,778
717,408
16,611
735,797

1,845
717,408
17,245
736,498

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

3,938,106
5,244
3,943,350

3,777,684
17,447
3,795,131

4,074,031
5,824
4,079,855

4,454,903
5,907
4,460,810

4,697,461
5,986
4,703,447

4,966,102
6,033
4,972,135

TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

6,592,412

6,436,098

7,059,242

7,533,264

7,954,126

8,286,713

All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Lottery, Division of the
Racing and Wagering Board, State
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-113

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

6,079
6,079

3,879
3,879

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

5,000
5,000

349
349

3,727
3,727

6,000
6,000

0
0

0
0

0
0

MENTAL HYGIENE
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD - Other
Functional Total

0
0
0

1
1
1

0
0
0

0
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)

6,428

7,607

TRANSPORTATION
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

10,985

4,985

4,985

4,985

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

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

17,956
17,655
41,323
877,318
14,629
6,058
3,718
978,657

16,758
9,885
28,150
335,077
11,543
2,921
6,583
410,917

13,446
(17,500)
32,645
500,008
12,000
2,500
5,000
548,099

4,700
5,000
19,859
617,306
25,500
1,500
5,000
678,865

4,750
5,000
15,000
718,965
25,500
1,500
5,000
775,715

5,500
15,000
0
723,343
13,000
1,500
5,000
763,343

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Hudson River Park Trust
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

656,742
1,454
216
26,118
684,530

668,739
0
3,405
65,987
738,131

586,436
0
0
79,377
665,813

541,360
0
0
94,690
636,050

522,203
0
0
109,478
631,681

499,985
0
0
116,228
616,213

194,500
186,910
2,163
3,513,459
3,897,032

271,081
182,756
2,567
3,518,866
3,975,270

246,119
194,330
1,800
3,783,935
4,226,184

183,229
194,526
1,800
3,608,635
3,988,190

328,571
204,080
1,800
3,274,595
3,809,046

310,000
209,807
1,800
3,273,174
3,794,781

HEALTH
Health, Department of
Public Health
Functional Total

330,927
330,927
330,927

430,104
430,104
430,104

479,051
479,051
479,051

83,500
83,500
83,500

83,500
83,500
83,500

83,500
83,500
83,500

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

20,511
20,511
82,360
45,000
45,000
147,871

8,841
8,841
81,703
40,000
40,000
130,544

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
97,231
33,000
33,000
151,162

20,931
20,931
97,227
33,000
33,000
151,158

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
Functional Total

52,984
52,984
94,524
94,524
41,719
41,719
189,227

28,328
28,328
95,125
95,125
38,710
38,710
162,163

44,310
44,310
123,598
123,598
43,099
43,099
211,007

52,523
52,523
125,680
125,680
43,099
43,099
221,302

58,523
58,523
128,783
128,783
43,099
43,099
230,405

64,523
64,523
130,623
130,623
43,099
43,099
238,245

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

239,799
17,754
4,476
16,092
125
30,466
308,712

191,540
1,776
5,139
18,627
0
26,960
244,042

234,677
23,369
16,000
26,996
0
32,374
333,416

240,710
0
10,500
43,507
0
13,865
308,582

246,860
0
1,000
41,607
0
13,865
303,332

246,764
0
0
35,607
0
13,065
295,436

25,182
26,836
1,020,432
1,072,450

40,688
22,781
1,227,466
1,290,935

52,067
10,000
1,115,129
1,177,196

45,211
0
1,088,722
1,133,933

39,893
0
1,130,812
1,170,705

39,399
0
984,855
1,024,254

EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

22,384
22,384
22,384

19,629
19,629
19,629

41,416
41,416
41,416

45,099
45,099
45,099

41,998
41,998
41,998

37,400
37,400
37,400

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Technology, Office for
Functional Total

74,801
0
511
75,312

66,195
0
0
66,195

66,809
0
40,523
107,332

77,383
2,200
41,547
121,130

69,883
1,455
4,409
75,747

69,883
10,000
1,261
81,144

TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
State University of New York
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

2,311
2,311

128
128

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

126,774
126,774

71,604
71,604

61,000
61,000

780,325
780,325

747,125
747,125

632,629
632,629

7,836,187

7,539,662

7,984,991

8,133,119

8,020,416

7,718,103

T-116

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
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

109,312
24,603
64,331
30,360
33,971
2,422
17,956

100,091
19,476
60,948
29,854
31,094
2,909
16,758

108,421
26,137
65,525
30,600
34,925
3,313
13,446

102,302
25,719
68,582
32,042
36,540
3,301
4,700

102,884
24,946
69,676
32,696
36,980
3,512
4,750

105,646
25,486
71,001
33,024
37,977
3,659
5,500

Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

16,616
13,044
7,720
5,324
3,572

15,395
12,474
7,511
4,963
2,921

17,884
13,338
8,195
5,143
4,546

18,418
13,733
8,308
5,425
4,685

18,864
13,932
8,370
5,562
4,932

19,671
14,550
8,433
6,117
5,121

Economic Development Capital
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

17,655
17,655
0

9,885
9,885
0

(17,500)
0
(17,500)

5,000
0
5,000

5,000
0
5,000

15,000
0
15,000

Economic Development, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

147,540
112,990
33,729
11,354
22,375
0
821

119,820
99,498
20,308
11,642
8,666
0
14

122,921
67,946
22,302
12,924
9,378
28
32,645

122,646
80,122
22,637
12,455
10,182
28
19,859

117,272
79,372
22,872
12,690
10,182
28
15,000

91,078
69,372
21,678
12,696
8,982
28
0

Empire State Development Corporation
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Capital Projects

953,805
945,359
0
0
0
8,446

418,352
398,257
1,000
500
500
19,095

576,347
530,339
1,000
500
500
45,008

696,300
550,094
1,000
500
500
145,206

830,687
464,382
1,000
500
500
365,305

859,337
249,628
1,000
500
500
608,709

31,567
8,140
6,456
4,776
1,680
2,342
14,629

25,446
6,108
5,606
4,027
1,579
2,189
11,543

28,158
9,234
5,286
3,432
1,854
1,638
12,000

41,977
9,418
5,389
3,500
1,889
1,670
25,500

42,308
9,607
5,497
3,570
1,927
1,704
25,500

30,215
9,799
5,678
3,711
1,967
1,738
13,000

507,240
217,470
211,029
142,603
68,426
78,741

487,932
221,513
194,223
136,771
57,452
72,196

505,837
216,952
202,715
144,757
57,958
86,170

510,733
216,952
204,957
146,931
58,026
88,824

518,788
216,952
207,557
149,453
58,104
94,279

521,669
216,952
207,557
149,453
58,104
97,160

3,596
3,596
2,849
747

2,931
2,931
2,500
431

4,259
4,259
2,522
1,737

3,161
3,161
2,548
613

3,161
3,161
2,548
613

3,161
3,161
2,548
613

68,432
0
48,882
40,067
8,815
19,550

65,702
0
48,420
39,435
8,985
17,282

73,960
200
52,166
43,158
9,008
21,594

82,051
200
55,680
46,232
9,448
26,171

86,635
200
58,147
48,476
9,671
28,288

89,227
200
59,383
49,447
9,936
29,644

Regional Economic Development Program
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

6,058
6,058
0

2,921
2,921
0

2,500
0
2,500

1,500
0
1,500

1,500
0
1,500

1,500
0
1,500

Strategic Investment Program
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

3,718
0
3,718

6,583
6,583
0

5,000
0
5,000

5,000
0
5,000

5,000
0
5,000

5,000
0
5,000

1,865,539

1,255,058

1,427,787

1,589,088

1,732,099

1,741,504

4,354
4,354
3,779
575

4,190
4,190
3,730
460

4,379
4,379
3,703
676

4,450
4,450
3,774
676

4,534
4,534
3,858
676

4,535
4,535
3,859
676

1,002,764
358,448

994,556
446,201

916,221
183,974

869,640
149,542

855,836
149,542

838,136
147,124

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
Public Service Department
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-117

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

FY 2012
Results
294,072
213,248
80,824
47,190
303,054

FY 2013
Results
274,469
198,798
75,671
49,013
224,873

FY 2014
Updated
274,887
197,884
77,003
49,928
407,432

FY 2015
Projected
274,153
202,000
72,153
49,585
396,360

FY 2016
Projected
277,471
205,175
72,296
51,620
377,203

FY 2017
Projected
280,162
207,607
72,555
53,447
357,403

Environmental Facilities Corporation
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

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

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

216
216

3,405
3,405

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

235,452
15,759
186,943
139,955
46,988
655
32,095

261,360
7,892
183,421
132,175
51,246
245
69,802

280,515
9,030
182,568
135,700
46,868
4,540
84,377

293,107
8,870
179,991
132,519
47,472
4,556
99,690

310,075
8,870
182,111
134,639
47,472
4,616
114,478

318,659
8,870
183,944
136,472
47,472
4,617
121,228

1,253,133

1,263,511

1,201,115

1,167,197

1,170,445

1,161,330

Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Local Assistance Grants
Capital Projects

194,500
194,500
0

271,081
0
271,081

246,119
183,600
62,519

183,229
183,229
0

328,571
18,571
310,000

310,000
0
310,000

Motor Vehicles, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

301,370
18,475
70,746
49,513
21,233
25,239
186,910

291,764
14,243
70,470
50,262
20,208
24,295
182,756

313,908
16,000
74,445
52,384
22,061
29,133
194,330

317,728
16,000
77,208
53,206
24,002
29,994
194,526

333,212
16,000
80,300
55,751
24,549
32,832
204,080

341,978
16,000
81,758
56,705
25,053
34,413
209,807

Thruway Authority, New York State
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Capital Projects

2,163
2,163
0
0
0

2,567
2,567
0
0
0

25,800
0
24,000
24,000
1,800

25,800
0
24,000
24,000
1,800

25,800
0
24,000
24,000
1,800

25,800
0
24,000
24,000
1,800

Transportation, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

7,830,434
4,757,704
42,373
13,730
28,643
13,072
3,017,285

7,894,732
4,764,031
28,827
13,210
15,617
6,156
3,095,718

8,611,254
5,379,460
33,222
15,403
17,819
8,698
3,189,874

8,521,866
5,494,160
33,341
15,763
17,578
8,924
2,985,441

8,267,993
5,521,753
34,151
16,162
17,989
9,542
2,702,547

8,352,297
5,590,728
34,179
16,168
18,011
9,559
2,717,831

8,328,467

8,460,144

9,197,081

9,048,623

8,955,576

9,030,075

227,242
217,808
9,434
7,978
1,456
0

215,130
206,855
8,275
7,104
1,171
0

216,699
206,776
9,688
8,488
1,200
235

223,258
213,076
9,947
8,747
1,200
235

230,181
219,780
10,166
8,959
1,207
235

234,814
224,410
10,169
8,958
1,211
235

44,663,159

44,612,591

46,610,593

50,200,042

53,787,842

57,808,472

Medical Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

39,256,878
39,241,656
15,222
1,438
13,784

38,792,000
38,770,972
21,028
0
21,028

40,669,429
40,669,429
0
0
0

44,922,833
44,922,833
0
0
0

48,561,479
48,561,479
0
0
0

52,538,116
52,538,116
0
0
0

Medicaid Administration
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

976,377
976,377
0
0
0

1,047,234
1,047,234
0
0
0

1,365,347
1,048,219
317,128
29,803
287,325

1,281,147
958,008
323,139
39,303
283,836

1,162,147
822,381
339,766
55,903
283,863

1,162,147
810,361
351,786
67,903
283,883

4,429,904

4,773,357

4,575,817

3,996,062

4,064,216

4,108,209

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

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

Public Health

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
3,593,923
772,802
318,107
454,695
55,907
7,272

FY 2013
Results
3,990,966
735,141
315,182
419,959
37,324
9,926

FY 2014
Updated
3,979,028
525,913
292,494
233,419
57,376
13,500

FY 2015
Projected
3,381,212
542,218
308,332
233,886
59,132
13,500

FY 2016
Projected
3,441,219
547,047
331,294
215,753
62,450
13,500

FY 2017
Projected
3,471,344
559,483
343,722
215,761
63,882
13,500

Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

60,837
52,040
39,477
12,563
8,797

54,262
45,351
36,007
9,344
8,911

63,313
52,250
35,968
16,282
11,063

65,014
53,737
36,785
16,952
11,277

65,817
54,242
37,264
16,978
11,575

65,843
54,258
37,280
16,978
11,585

Stem Cell and Innovation
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

43,702
43,470
441
43,029
232

41,589
41,363
456
40,907
226

37,900
37,900
472
37,428
0

39,500
39,500
472
39,028
0

80,546
80,546
472
80,074
0

64,000
64,000
472
63,528
0

44,994,940

44,923,572

46,928,505

50,527,814

54,164,386

58,173,129

Children and Family Services, Office of

3,183,934

2,888,794

2,955,243

3,097,124

3,163,334

3,253,593

OCFS
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

3,070,766
2,657,157
380,630
203,272
177,358
12,485
20,494

2,799,762
2,391,197
387,011
201,435
185,576
12,713
8,841

2,868,256
2,484,728
351,077
186,365
164,712
11,551
20,900

3,006,745
2,636,968
336,978
170,404
166,574
11,899
20,900

3,069,283
2,702,059
334,012
168,871
165,141
12,312
20,900

3,155,572
2,784,013
338,347
170,522
167,825
12,312
20,900

113,168
113,168

89,032
89,032

86,987
86,987

90,379
90,379

94,051
94,051

98,021
98,021

482,652
396,383
65,256
48,144
17,112
18,713
2,300

316,062
234,967
62,522
48,039
14,483
17,630
943

269,883
184,415
58,497
46,179
12,318
23,969
3,002

273,569
186,067
59,129
46,738
12,391
25,371
3,002

320,541
230,485
60,823
48,273
12,550
26,229
3,004

321,485
230,485
61,771
48,853
12,918
26,229
3,000

Human Rights, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

17,311
17,262
13,420
3,842
49

16,497
16,497
12,689
3,808
0

16,529
14,454
12,236
2,218
2,075

17,047
14,844
12,553
2,291
2,203

17,636
15,306
12,942
2,364
2,330

17,635
15,305
12,941
2,364
2,330

Labor, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

641,800
164,683
368,493
241,039
127,454
108,624

646,122
164,268
361,352
248,072
113,280
120,502

670,069
161,634
366,941
243,606
123,335
141,494

645,391
150,280
356,236
248,354
107,882
138,875

660,849
150,280
362,205
253,844
108,361
148,364

664,239
150,280
361,903
253,544
108,359
152,056

National and Community Service
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

21,606
38
21,568
674
20,894

18,174
396
17,778
605
17,173

14,687
350
14,337
683
13,654

14,909
350
14,559
690
13,869

14,909
350
14,559
690
13,869

14,909
350
14,559
690
13,869

Local Assistance Grants
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

Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of

5,317,739

5,352,470

5,268,740

5,178,931

5,211,926

5,228,275

Welfare Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

3,787,292
3,787,292

3,999,303
3,999,303

3,913,749
3,913,749

3,811,848
3,811,848

3,838,561
3,838,561

3,847,099
3,847,099

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,530,447
1,167,432
319,774
154,615
165,159
43,241

1,353,167
995,210
317,459
145,744
171,715
40,498

1,354,991
1,019,796
290,732
141,812
148,920
44,463

1,367,083
1,019,796
302,314
147,458
154,856
44,973

1,373,365
1,024,196
304,196
151,892
152,304
44,973

1,381,176
1,025,596
310,607
153,613
156,994
44,973

Functional Total

9,665,042

9,238,119

9,195,151

9,226,971

9,389,195

9,500,136

592,713

553,941

577,828

606,806

635,551

659,552

500,824

462,925

498,938

525,248

548,748

570,931

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

FY 2012
Results
450,222
38,370
27,687
10,683
12,086
146

OASAS - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

91,889
32,151
43,751
32,119
11,632
15,987

91,016
32,680
41,900
31,919
9,981
16,436

78,890
21,325
40,434
30,685
9,749
17,131

81,558
21,325
41,984
31,926
10,058
18,249

86,803
21,325
45,557
34,616
10,941
19,921

88,621
21,325
46,223
34,962
11,261
21,073

3,908
2,573
980
1,593
1,335

3,081
2,690
818
1,872
391

4,200
3,634
1,004
2,630
566

4,200
3,508
1,230
2,278
692

4,200
3,482
1,253
2,229
718

4,200
3,454
1,253
2,201
746

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

38,942
466
37,251
18,805
18,446
1,225

40,321
620
38,244
19,127
19,117
1,457

41,158
620
38,975
19,382
19,593
1,563

41,740
620
39,557
19,480
20,077
1,563

Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Justice Center
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Mental Health, Office of

FY 2013
Results
414,196
35,399
26,602
8,797
13,443
(113)

FY 2014
Updated
429,257
40,052
30,090
9,962
16,433
13,196

FY 2015
Projected
454,005
40,886
30,617
10,269
17,274
13,083

FY 2016
Projected
474,084
42,980
32,390
10,590
18,601
13,083

FY 2017
Projected
494,584
43,618
32,715
10,903
19,646
13,083

3,171,087

3,148,406

3,307,051

3,546,796

3,874,680

4,015,702

OMH
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

1,287,760
795,093
308,056
253,990
54,066
121,600
63,011

1,368,062
765,972
327,181
272,381
54,800
206,107
68,802

1,409,127
833,947
340,051
281,569
58,482
162,531
72,598

1,585,292
972,246
364,074
301,762
62,312
176,292
72,680

1,744,484
1,103,300
376,863
309,888
66,975
191,538
72,783

1,792,182
1,156,796
369,534
301,194
68,340
193,229
72,623

OMH - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

1,883,327
408,148
1,066,389
827,902
238,487
408,790

1,780,344
391,037
1,030,052
799,753
230,299
359,255

1,897,924
355,479
1,078,950
848,236
230,714
463,495

1,961,504
377,579
1,106,384
863,165
243,219
477,541

2,130,196
455,179
1,154,226
899,137
255,089
520,791

2,223,520
531,744
1,155,444
896,557
258,887
536,332

Mental Hygiene, Department of
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

411
411
411

293
293
293

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4,370,972

4,295,680

3,445,518

3,858,495

4,236,735

4,266,280

OPWDD
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

943,224
691,809
108,957
72,350
36,607
104,039
38,419

1,408,728
706,733
468,064
343,349
124,715
199,047
34,884

520,146
466,194
14,658
116
14,542
74
39,220

473,013
419,061
14,658
116
14,542
74
39,220

433,837
379,885
14,658
116
14,542
74
39,220

438,650
384,698
14,658
116
14,542
74
39,220

OPWDD - Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

3,427,748
1,631,638
1,378,983
1,052,886
326,097
417,127
0

2,886,952
1,501,508
1,018,391
782,182
236,209
367,052
1

2,925,372
957,877
1,362,943
1,109,157
253,786
604,552
0

3,385,482
1,446,541
1,327,532
1,077,707
249,825
611,409
0

3,802,898
1,780,917
1,375,979
1,122,289
253,690
646,002
0

3,827,630
1,838,861
1,334,845
1,080,588
254,257
653,924
0

13,903
560
11,635
6,184
5,451
1,708

13,565
537
11,609
5,579
6,030
1,419

9,181
173
8,647
1,707
6,940
361

7,070
0
7,036
61
6,975
34

7,318
0
7,277
69
7,208
41

7,318
0
7,268
77
7,191
50

8,152,994

8,014,966

7,382,720

8,063,688

8,799,642

8,994,792

2,251
2,251
1,890
361

2,055
2,055
1,857
198

2,672
2,672
2,414
258

2,748
2,748
2,481
267

2,825
2,825
2,548
277

2,833
2,833
2,550
283

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
General State Charges
Functional Total
PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

2,721,925
6,141
2,474,865
1,962,381
512,484
1,120
239,799

2,964,003
4,651
2,767,151
2,276,953
490,198
661
191,540

2,818,420
6,000
2,576,267
2,082,244
494,023
1,476
234,677

2,876,293
6,000
2,628,102
2,122,580
505,522
1,481
240,710

3,018,812
6,000
2,764,468
2,246,900
517,568
1,484
246,860

2,973,520
6,000
2,719,288
2,188,142
531,146
1,468
246,764

0
0

0
0

11,500
11,500

11,500
11,500

12,500
12,500

12,500
12,500

Criminal Justice Services, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

270,905
188,439
82,091
42,682
39,409
375

260,892
179,803
80,653
39,995
40,658
436

261,281
188,631
69,486
30,786
38,700
3,164

248,046
178,514
67,830
29,968
37,862
1,702

250,958
178,514
69,124
30,793
38,331
3,320

251,996
178,514
70,034
31,167
38,867
3,448

Disaster Assistance
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Capital Projects

38,565
0
20,811
9,685
11,126
17,754

73,535
19,990
51,769
24,884
26,885
1,776

5,214,791
5,166,276
25,146
(2,488)
27,634
23,369

2,480,600
2,480,600
0
0
0
0

1,015,000
1,015,000
0
0
0
0

500,000
500,000
0
0
0
0

466,966
428,194
30,400
14,835
15,565
3,896
4,476

1,550,222
1,452,114
90,337
26,785
63,552
2,632
5,139

420,454
348,361
52,213
23,068
29,145
3,880
16,000

407,644
345,860
47,370
22,207
25,163
3,914
10,500

397,358
343,744
48,632
22,878
25,754
3,982
1,000

509,758
457,044
48,694
22,940
25,754
4,020
0

Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

62,701
62,292
326
259
67
83

57,492
56,557
688
606
82
247

67,200
65,400
1,422
770
652
378

82,800
81,000
1,422
770
652
378

82,800
81,000
1,422
770
652
378

82,800
81,000
1,422
770
652
378

Judicial Commissions
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

4,979
4,979
3,794
1,185

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

Judicial Conduct, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

5,209
5,209
3,953
1,256

5,384
5,384
4,093
1,291

5,642
5,642
4,246
1,396

5,837
5,837
4,366
1,471

5,903
5,903
4,399
1,504

Judicial Nomination, Commission on
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0

0
0
0

30
30
30

30
30
30

30
30
30

30
30
30

Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

0
0
0
0

2
2
0
2

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

38
38
13
25

86,751
3,569
61,069
39,164
21,905
6,021
16,092

75,461
755
56,077
37,258
18,819
2
18,627

96,348
867
61,210
28,624
32,586
7,275
26,996

113,059
850
61,792
28,818
32,974
6,910
43,507

111,741
850
62,075
29,037
33,038
7,209
41,607

106,002
850
62,123
29,159
32,964
7,422
35,607

125
125

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

State Police, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

681,902
632,064
567,477
64,587
19,372
30,466

659,602
617,359
560,047
57,312
15,283
26,960

700,357
658,301
564,586
93,715
9,682
32,374

672,477
654,699
570,983
83,716
3,913
13,865

686,096
668,061
579,241
88,820
4,170
13,865

691,549
674,101
583,739
90,362
4,383
13,065

Statewide Financial System
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

17,596
17,596
7,554
10,042

51,349
51,349
8,650
42,699

52,601
52,601
11,287
41,314

52,826
52,826
10,977
41,849

54,164
54,164
11,060
43,104

55,109
55,109
11,143
43,966

Correctional Services, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
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

Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Public Security and Emergency Response
Capital Projects

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

T-121

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

Statewide Wireless Network
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

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

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

76,444
68,834
5,793
4,398
1,395
1,817

65,350
58,498
5,142
3,951
1,191
1,710

67,363
58,310
6,756
5,332
1,424
2,297

67,537
58,310
6,845
5,480
1,365
2,382

67,939
58,310
7,066
5,681
1,385
2,563

67,968
58,310
7,096
5,685
1,411
2,562

4,518,806

5,765,172

9,718,439

7,021,240

5,706,098

5,260,006

City University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

1,341,784
1,202,410
107,837
74,043
33,794
6,355
25,182

1,362,122
1,219,949
101,073
69,199
31,874
412
40,688

1,491,679
1,344,879
88,396
59,755
28,641
6,337
52,067

1,543,319
1,401,423
90,158
60,801
29,357
6,527
45,211

1,608,925
1,470,355
91,954
61,863
30,091
6,723
39,893

1,688,309
1,548,217
93,768
62,925
30,843
6,925
39,399

Higher Education - Miscellaneous
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

449
376
207
169
73

719
627
107
520
92

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

22,781
22,781
0

10,000
10,000
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

1,005,423
924,035
68,594
28,928
39,666
12,794

1,028,875
947,122
68,180
26,980
41,200
13,573

1,091,404
1,003,419
71,873
28,983
42,890
16,112

1,108,025
1,017,757
73,505
29,666
43,839
16,763

1,124,258
1,031,608
74,901
30,101
44,800
17,749

1,124,987
1,025,891
80,454
32,746
47,708
18,642

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Functional Total
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
State University Construction Fund
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

22,625
16,809
13,612
3,197
5,816

State University of New York
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

7,803,680
498,156
5,731,626
3,332,878
2,398,748
559,990
1,013,908

7,963,052
465,738
5,740,703
3,407,655
2,333,048
530,995
1,225,616

8,020,799
484,270
5,816,183
3,447,763
2,368,420
605,217
1,115,129

8,135,741
499,672
5,922,346
3,508,606
2,413,740
625,001
1,088,722

8,335,514
499,672
6,059,243
3,592,003
2,467,240
645,787
1,130,812

8,346,492
499,672
6,194,368
3,677,145
2,517,223
667,597
984,855

10,200,797

10,378,895

10,615,182

10,788,385

11,069,997

11,161,088

35,370
31,282
4,088
2,266
1,822

22,631
19,095
3,536
2,059
1,477

60,573
56,353
4,220
2,298
1,922

40,573
36,353
4,220
2,298
1,922

40,573
36,353
4,220
2,298
1,922

40,573
36,353
4,220
2,298
1,922

Education, Department of

29,680,252

28,947,664

30,238,740

31,812,745

32,892,532

34,121,778

School Aid
Local Assistance Grants

23,221,100
23,221,100

22,618,114
22,618,114

23,339,294
23,339,294

24,640,232
24,640,232

25,534,937
25,534,937

26,683,750
26,683,750

STAR Property Tax Relief
Local Assistance Grants

3,232,883
3,232,883

3,286,160
3,286,160

3,419,375
3,419,375

3,601,726
3,601,726

3,703,568
3,703,568

3,805,368
3,805,368

Special Education Categorical Programs
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

2,287,338
2,287,338
0
0
0
0

2,025,716
2,008,776
12,425
9,672
2,753
4,515

2,207,416
2,207,416
0
0
0
0

2,327,516
2,327,516
0
0
0
0

2,447,916
2,447,916
0
0
0
0

2,581,036
2,581,036
0
0
0
0

Functional Total

1,346
1,426
670
756
(80)

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-122

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

938,931
591,804
269,680
158,373
111,307
69,217
8,230

1,017,674
709,023
247,570
148,053
99,517
55,448
5,633

1,272,655
782,978
384,959
163,602
221,357
77,302
27,416

1,243,271
741,385
389,382
166,797
222,585
81,405
31,099

1,206,111
723,592
369,974
170,630
199,344
84,547
27,998

1,051,624
664,115
279,231
167,413
111,818
84,878
23,400

29,715,622

28,970,295

30,299,313

31,853,318

32,933,105

34,162,351

Budget, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

32,762
30,681
23,829
6,852
2,081

29,954
27,681
22,197
5,484
2,273

33,059
30,762
25,184
5,578
2,297

34,512
32,110
26,234
5,876
2,402

35,943
33,344
27,342
6,002
2,599

35,490
32,865
26,742
6,123
2,625

Civil Service, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

14,836
14,595
13,284
1,311
241

13,479
13,324
12,090
1,234
155

13,613
13,445
12,122
1,323
168

14,727
14,555
12,858
1,697
172

15,106
14,930
13,228
1,702
176

15,111
14,935
13,233
1,702
176

Deferred Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

621
457
378
79
164

620
442
377
65
178

826
618
399
219
208

858
633
408
225
225

867
642
417
225
225

888
663
421
242
225

Elections, State Board of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

17,743
9,325
8,292
4,105
4,187
126

11,762
1,696
10,066
4,056
6,010
0

30,814
3,700
27,114
4,250
22,864
0

38,396
30,100
8,296
4,370
3,926
0

5,442
0
5,442
4,495
947
0

5,497
0
5,497
4,530
967
0

Employee Relations, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,604
2,604
2,529
75

2,512
2,512
2,445
67

2,605
2,605
2,523
82

2,610
2,610
2,528
82

2,692
2,692
2,609
83

2,693
2,693
2,610
83

Gaming Commission, New York State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

0
0
0
0
0

1,306
1,306
1,196
110
0

180,420
161,262
34,874
126,388
19,158

184,614
165,132
35,415
129,717
19,482

185,247
165,765
36,048
129,717
19,482

185,247
165,765
36,048
129,717
19,482

General Services, Office of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

202,539
0
126,243
48,873
77,370
1,495
74,801

218,209
0
150,480
50,191
100,289
1,534
66,195

244,567
250
175,372
60,161
115,211
2,136
66,809

228,471
250
148,630
61,444
87,186
2,208
77,383

222,957
250
150,470
61,792
88,678
2,354
69,883

225,558
250
152,981
62,261
90,720
2,444
69,883

Inspector General, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

5,409
5,409
5,067
342

5,810
5,810
5,269
541

6,710
6,710
6,022
688

6,963
6,963
6,294
669

7,189
7,189
6,478
711

7,251
7,251
6,528
723

Labor Management Committees
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

23,215
23,215
8,359
14,856

17,666
17,666
6,038
11,628

35,601
35,601
5,313
30,288

39,742
39,742
5,862
33,880

45,755
45,755
6,869
38,886

43,032
43,032
6,584
36,448

Lottery, Division of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

150,306
140,484
20,276
120,208
9,822

133,125
122,798
20,420
102,378
10,327

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

1,825
541
1,284
1,063
221

1,616
424
1,192
1,085
107

2,298
685
1,613
1,388
225

2,250
685
1,565
1,443
122

2,295
685
1,610
1,477
133

2,299
685
1,614
1,479
135

Public Employment Relations Board
State Operations

3,675
3,675

3,392
3,392

3,731
3,731

3,495
3,495

3,587
3,587

3,629
3,629

All Other
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Functional Total

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-123

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

FY 2012
Results
3,197
478

FY 2013
Results
2,960
432

FY 2014
Updated
3,495
236

FY 2015
Projected
3,046
449

FY 2016
Projected
3,138
449

FY 2017
Projected
3,162
467

Public Integrity, Commission on
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

3,217
3,217
2,492
725

3,887
3,887
2,666
1,221

4,505
4,505
3,634
871

5,078
5,078
4,035
1,043

5,473
5,473
4,133
1,340

5,525
5,525
4,158
1,367

Racing and Wagering Board, State
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

19,553
17,270
10,940
6,330
2,283

17,760
14,974
9,716
5,258
2,786

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

83
83
80
3

0
0
0
0

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

130,222
76,614
44,627
31,461
13,166
8,981
0

95,268
38,737
46,180
31,590
14,590
10,351
0

143,890
73,347
54,477
34,582
19,895
13,881
2,185

130,817
59,436
55,189
35,268
19,921
14,752
1,440

140,216
59,436
55,594
35,280
20,314
15,201
9,985

Tax Appeals, Division of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

2,850
2,850
2,483
367

2,700
2,700
2,535
165

3,174
3,174
2,962
212

3,255
3,255
3,034
221

3,309
3,309
3,088
221

3,361
3,361
3,140
221

Taxation and Finance, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

401,710
6,487
383,589
300,408
83,181
11,634

392,820
115
372,450
287,878
84,572
20,255

370,634
926
350,495
275,935
74,560
19,213

381,379
926
357,214
281,970
75,244
23,239

388,876
926
363,758
287,873
75,885
24,192

398,353
926
372,546
294,098
78,448
24,881

Technology, Office for
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Capital Projects

19,640
682
18,958
10,456
8,502
0

59,514
0
59,514
46,893
12,621
0

276,737
0
236,214
135,733
100,481
40,523

308,583
0
267,036
146,053
120,983
41,547

275,396
0
270,987
150,735
120,252
4,409

272,044
0
270,783
150,347
120,436
1,261

Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

13,680
7,572
5,875
5,289
586
233

13,076
7,175
5,748
5,223
525
153

15,438
7,767
7,321
6,312
1,009
350

15,049
7,577
7,122
6,105
1,017
350

15,305
7,637
7,318
6,276
1,042
350

15,305
7,637
7,318
6,276
1,042
350

Welfare Inspector General, Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

441
395
364
31
46

386
364
288
76
22

1,179
1,179
721
458
0

1,207
1,207
738
469
0

1,217
1,217
748
469
0

1,217
1,217
748
469
0

Workers' Compensation Board
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

203,545
162,394
85,890
76,504
41,151

195,862
155,173
84,833
70,340
40,689

205,957
155,634
90,706
64,928
50,323

206,931
155,362
91,420
63,942
51,569

213,918
158,649
93,752
64,897
55,269

218,252
160,849
94,462
66,387
57,403

1,250,476

1,220,724

1,551,061

1,622,010

1,561,391

1,580,968

Audit and Control, Department of
Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

169,817
32,005
135,123
103,298
31,825
2,689

170,979
32,025
137,467
103,639
33,828
1,487

173,000
32,024
139,394
107,855
31,539
1,582

176,544
32,024
142,867
110,482
32,385
1,653

182,263
32,024
148,461
115,214
33,247
1,778

183,880
32,024
150,011
116,077
33,934
1,845

Executive Chamber
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

13,256
13,256
10,210
3,046

13,014
13,014
10,260
2,754

13,578
13,578
11,100
2,478

13,985
13,985
11,439
2,546

14,404
14,404
11,788
2,616

14,836
14,836
12,148
2,688

2,552,278

2,501,800

2,651,755

2,811,606

2,941,102

2,956,661

Regulatory Reform, Governor's Office of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

Functional Total

119,193
52,473
53,174
33,849
19,325
13,561
(15)

ELECTED OFFICIALS

Judiciary

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-124

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Local Assistance Grants
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges
Capital Projects

FY 2012
Results
114,108
1,834,013
1,466,250
367,763
601,846
2,311

FY 2013
Results
114,822
1,818,020
1,458,964
359,056
568,830
128

FY 2014
Updated
106,700
1,884,355
1,470,800
413,555
660,700
0

FY 2015
Projected
121,700
2,006,452
1,561,492
444,960
683,454
0

FY 2016
Projected
121,700
2,101,994
1,618,742
483,252
717,408
0

FY 2017
Projected
121,700
2,117,553
1,634,301
483,252
717,408
0

Law, Department of
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

200,999
185,671
123,150
62,521
15,328

201,117
183,934
125,272
58,662
17,183

219,702
193,173
130,452
62,721
26,529

222,178
195,332
133,797
61,535
26,846

229,092
200,611
137,528
63,083
28,481

232,551
202,981
138,659
64,322
29,570

Legislature
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

197,163
197,163
151,882
45,281

202,994
202,994
153,155
49,839

218,795
218,795
166,331
52,464

223,945
223,945
167,773
56,172

226,583
226,583
169,031
57,552

231,413
231,413
171,575
59,838

Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs

408
408
289
119

433
433
345
88

614
614
480
134

665
665
515
150

680
680
543
137

680
680
543
137

3,133,921

3,090,337

3,277,444

3,448,923

3,594,124

3,620,021

Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Local Assistance Grants

721,034
721,034

721,159
721,159

725,700
725,700

734,523
734,523

749,901
749,901

761,789
761,789

Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Local Assistance Grants

4,714
4,714

5,225
5,225

5,539
5,539

2,678
2,678

0
0

0
0

Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Local Assistance Grants

1,960
1,960

2,000
2,000

4,873
4,873

4,623
4,623

4,623
4,623

4,623
4,623

25,867
25,867

25,867
25,867

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

27,246
27,246

217
217

217
217

218
218

218
218

218
218

218
218

753,792

754,468

763,576

769,288

781,988

793,876

General State Charges
State Operations
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
General State Charges

3,941,782
3,676
2,091
1,585
3,938,106

3,777,684
0
0
0
3,777,684

4,074,031
0
0
0
4,074,031

4,454,903
0
0
0
4,454,903

4,697,461
0
0
0
4,697,461

4,966,102
0
0
0
4,966,102

Long-Term Debt Service
State Operations
Non-Personal Service/Indirect Costs
Debt Service

5,909,754
45,732
45,732
5,864,022

6,182,129
44,199
44,199
6,137,930

6,100,305
39,973
39,973
6,060,332

5,845,342
40,082
40,082
5,805,260

6,521,612
40,082
40,082
6,481,530

6,823,198
40,082
40,082
6,783,116

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
Capital Projects
Functional Total
TOTAL ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

(181,217)
(317,408)
5,007
2,356
2,651
5,244
125,940

(198,243)
(291,912)
4,618
2,303
2,315
17,447
71,604

(757,941)
(829,018)
4,253
2,434
1,819
5,824
61,000

(187,010)
(977,618)
4,376
2,514
1,862
5,907
780,325

(221,300)
(978,866)
4,455
2,549
1,906
5,986
747,125

(186,611)
(1,029,802)
204,529
102,586
101,943
6,033
632,629

9,670,319

9,761,570

9,416,395

10,113,235

10,997,773

11,602,689

133,503,848

133,096,831

140,973,769

145,239,780

150,855,819

156,781,965

T-125

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
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
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total

109,312
16,616
17,655
147,540
953,805
31,567
507,240
3,596
68,432
6,058
3,718
1,865,539

100,091
15,395
9,885
119,820
418,352
25,446
487,932
2,931
65,702
2,921
6,583
1,255,058

108,421
17,884
(17,500)
122,921
576,347
28,158
505,837
4,259
73,960
2,500
5,000
1,427,787

102,302
18,418
5,000
122,646
696,300
41,977
510,733
3,161
82,051
1,500
5,000
1,589,088

102,884
18,864
5,000
117,272
830,687
42,308
518,788
3,161
86,635
1,500
5,000
1,732,099

105,646
19,671
15,000
91,078
859,337
30,215
521,669
3,161
89,227
1,500
5,000
1,741,504

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

4,354
1,002,764
10,347
216
235,452
1,253,133

4,190
994,556
0
3,405
261,360
1,263,511

4,379
916,221
0
0
280,515
1,201,115

4,450
869,640
0
0
293,107
1,167,197

4,534
855,836
0
0
310,075
1,170,445

4,535
838,136
0
0
318,659
1,161,330

TRANSPORTATION
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

194,500
301,370
2,163
7,830,434
8,328,467

271,081
291,764
2,567
7,894,732
8,460,144

246,119
313,908
25,800
8,611,254
9,197,081

183,229
317,728
25,800
8,521,866
9,048,623

328,571
333,212
25,800
8,267,993
8,955,576

310,000
341,978
25,800
8,352,297
9,030,075

227,242
44,663,159
39,256,878
976,377
4,429,904
60,837
43,702
44,994,940

215,130
44,612,591
38,792,000
1,047,234
4,773,357
54,262
41,589
44,923,572

216,699
46,610,593
40,669,429
1,365,347
4,575,817
63,313
37,900
46,928,505

223,258
50,200,042
44,922,833
1,281,147
3,996,062
65,014
39,500
50,527,814

230,181
53,787,842
48,561,479
1,162,147
4,064,216
65,817
80,546
54,164,386

234,814
57,808,472
52,538,116
1,162,147
4,108,209
65,843
64,000
58,173,129

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
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

3,183,934
3,070,766
113,168
482,652
17,311
641,800
21,606
5,317,739
3,787,292
1,530,447
9,665,042

2,888,794
2,799,762
89,032
316,062
16,497
646,122
18,174
5,352,470
3,999,303
1,353,167
9,238,119

2,955,243
2,868,256
86,987
269,883
16,529
670,069
14,687
5,268,740
3,913,749
1,354,991
9,195,151

3,097,124
3,006,745
90,379
273,569
17,047
645,391
14,909
5,178,931
3,811,848
1,367,083
9,226,971

3,163,334
3,069,283
94,051
320,541
17,636
660,849
14,909
5,211,926
3,838,561
1,373,365
9,389,195

3,253,593
3,155,572
98,021
321,485
17,635
664,239
14,909
5,228,275
3,847,099
1,381,176
9,500,136

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Justice Center
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

592,713
500,824
91,889
3,908
0
3,171,087
1,287,760
1,883,327
411
4,370,972
943,224
3,427,748
13,903
8,152,994

553,941
462,925
91,016
3,081
0
3,148,406
1,368,062
1,780,344
293
4,295,680
1,408,728
2,886,952
13,565
8,014,966

577,828
498,938
78,890
4,200
38,942
3,307,051
1,409,127
1,897,924
0
3,445,518
520,146
2,925,372
9,181
7,382,720

606,806
525,248
81,558
4,200
40,321
3,546,796
1,585,292
1,961,504
0
3,858,495
473,013
3,385,482
7,070
8,063,688

635,551
548,748
86,803
4,200
41,158
3,874,680
1,744,484
2,130,196
0
4,236,735
433,837
3,802,898
7,318
8,799,642

659,552
570,931
88,621
4,200
41,740
4,015,702
1,792,182
2,223,520
0
4,266,280
438,650
3,827,630
7,318
8,994,792

PUBLIC PROTECTION/CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Correction, Commission of
Correctional Services, Department of
Corrections and Community Supervision Medicaid, Department of
Criminal Justice Services, Division of

2,251
2,721,925
0
270,905

2,055
2,964,003
0
260,892

2,672
2,818,420
11,500
261,281

2,748
2,876,293
11,500
248,046

2,825
3,018,812
12,500
250,958

2,833
2,973,520
12,500
251,996

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

T-126

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
38,565
466,966
62,701
4,979
0
0
0
86,751
125
681,902
17,596
87,696
76,444
4,518,806

FY 2013
Results
73,535
1,550,222
57,492
0
5,209
0
2
75,461
0
659,602
51,349
0
65,350
5,765,172

FY 2014
Updated
5,214,791
420,454
67,200
0
5,384
30
38
96,348
0
700,357
52,601
0
67,363
9,718,439

FY 2015
Projected
2,480,600
407,644
82,800
0
5,642
30
38
113,059
0
672,477
52,826
0
67,537
7,021,240

FY 2016
Projected
1,015,000
397,358
82,800
0
5,837
30
38
111,741
0
686,096
54,164
0
67,939
5,706,098

FY 2017
Projected
500,000
509,758
82,800
0
5,903
30
38
106,002
0
691,549
55,109
0
67,968
5,260,006

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

1,341,784
449
26,836
1,005,423
22,625
7,803,680
10,200,797

1,362,122
719
22,781
1,028,875
1,346
7,963,052
10,378,895

1,491,679
1,300
10,000
1,091,404
0
8,020,799
10,615,182

1,543,319
1,300
0
1,108,025
0
8,135,741
10,788,385

1,608,925
1,300
0
1,124,258
0
8,335,514
11,069,997

1,688,309
1,300
0
1,124,987
0
8,346,492
11,161,088

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

35,370
29,680,252
23,221,100
3,232,883
2,287,338
938,931
29,715,622

22,631
28,947,664
22,618,114
3,286,160
2,025,716
1,017,674
28,970,295

60,573
30,238,740
23,339,294
3,419,375
2,207,416
1,272,655
30,299,313

40,573
31,812,745
24,640,232
3,601,726
2,327,516
1,243,271
31,853,318

40,573
32,892,532
25,534,937
3,703,568
2,447,916
1,206,111
32,933,105

40,573
34,121,778
26,683,750
3,805,368
2,581,036
1,051,624
34,162,351

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

32,762
14,836
621
17,743
2,604
0
202,539
5,409
23,215
150,306
1,825
3,675
3,217
19,553
83
130,222
2,850
401,710
19,640
13,680
441
203,545
1,250,476

29,954
13,479
620
11,762
2,512
1,306
218,209
5,810
17,666
133,125
1,616
3,392
3,887
17,760
0
95,268
2,700
392,820
59,514
13,076
386
195,862
1,220,724

33,059
13,613
826
30,814
2,605
180,420
244,567
6,710
35,601
0
2,298
3,731
4,505
0
0
119,193
3,174
370,634
276,737
15,438
1,179
205,957
1,551,061

34,512
14,727
858
38,396
2,610
184,614
228,471
6,963
39,742
0
2,250
3,495
5,078
0
0
143,890
3,255
381,379
308,583
15,049
1,207
206,931
1,622,010

35,943
15,106
867
5,442
2,692
185,247
222,957
7,189
45,755
0
2,295
3,587
5,473
0
0
130,817
3,309
388,876
275,396
15,305
1,217
213,918
1,561,391

35,490
15,111
888
5,497
2,693
185,247
225,558
7,251
43,032
0
2,299
3,629
5,525
0
0
140,216
3,361
398,353
272,044
15,305
1,217
218,252
1,580,968

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

169,817
13,256
2,552,278
200,999
197,163
408
3,133,921

170,979
13,014
2,501,800
201,117
202,994
433
3,090,337

173,000
13,578
2,651,755
219,702
218,795
614
3,277,444

176,544
13,985
2,811,606
222,178
223,945
665
3,448,923

182,263
14,404
2,941,102
229,092
226,583
680
3,594,124

183,880
14,836
2,956,661
232,551
231,413
680
3,620,021

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

Disaster Assistance
Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Division of
Indigent Legal Services, Office of
Judicial Commissions
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
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

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE
Aid and Incentives for Municipalities
Efficiency Incentive Grants Program
Miscellaneous Financial Assistance
Municipalities with VLT Facilities
Small Government Assistance
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-127

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS SPENDING

FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

3,941,782
5,909,754
(181,217)
9,670,319

3,777,684
6,182,129
(198,243)
9,761,570

4,074,031
6,100,305
(757,941)
9,416,395

4,454,903
5,845,342
(187,010)
10,113,235

4,697,461
6,521,612
(221,300)
10,997,773

4,966,102
6,823,198
(186,611)
11,602,689

133,503,848

133,096,831

140,973,769

145,239,780

150,855,819

156,781,965

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.

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-128

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
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
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

24,603
17,655
112,990
945,359
8,140
217,470
0
6,058
0
1,332,275

19,476
9,885
99,498
398,257
6,108
221,513
0
2,921
6,583
764,241

26,137
0
67,946
530,339
9,234
216,952
200
0
0
850,808

25,719
0
80,122
550,094
9,418
216,952
200
0
0
882,505

24,946
0
79,372
464,382
9,607
216,952
200
0
0
795,459

25,486
0
69,372
249,628
9,799
216,952
200
0
0
571,437

358,448
1,180
15,759
375,387

446,201
0
7,892
454,093

183,974
0
9,030
193,004

149,542
0
8,870
158,412

149,542
0
8,870
158,412

147,124
0
8,870
155,994

194,500
18,475
2,163
4,757,704
4,972,842

0
14,243
2,567
4,764,031
4,780,841

183,600
16,000
0
5,379,460
5,579,060

183,229
16,000
0
5,494,160
5,693,389

18,571
16,000
0
5,521,753
5,556,324

0
16,000
0
5,590,728
5,606,728

217,808
43,811,956
39,241,656
976,377
3,593,923
44,029,764

206,855
43,809,172
38,770,972
1,047,234
3,990,966
44,016,027

206,776
45,696,676
40,669,429
1,048,219
3,979,028
45,903,452

213,076
49,262,053
44,922,833
958,008
3,381,212
49,475,129

219,780
52,825,079
48,561,479
822,381
3,441,219
53,044,859

224,410
56,819,821
52,538,116
810,361
3,471,344
57,044,231

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

2,770,325
2,657,157
113,168
396,383
164,683
38
4,954,724
3,787,292
1,167,432
8,286,153

2,480,229
2,391,197
89,032
234,967
164,268
396
4,994,513
3,999,303
995,210
7,874,373

2,571,715
2,484,728
86,987
184,415
161,634
350
4,933,545
3,913,749
1,019,796
7,851,659

2,727,347
2,636,968
90,379
186,067
150,280
350
4,831,644
3,811,848
1,019,796
7,895,688

2,796,110
2,702,059
94,051
230,485
150,280
350
4,862,757
3,838,561
1,024,196
8,039,982

2,882,034
2,784,013
98,021
230,485
150,280
350
4,872,695
3,847,099
1,025,596
8,135,844

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

482,373
450,222
32,151
0
1,203,241
795,093
408,148
2,323,447
691,809
1,631,638
560
4,009,621

446,876
414,196
32,680
0
1,157,009
765,972
391,037
2,208,241
706,733
1,501,508
537
3,812,663

450,582
429,257
21,325
466
1,189,426
833,947
355,479
1,424,071
466,194
957,877
173
3,064,718

475,330
454,005
21,325
620
1,349,825
972,246
377,579
1,865,602
419,061
1,446,541
0
3,691,377

495,409
474,084
21,325
620
1,558,479
1,103,300
455,179
2,160,802
379,885
1,780,917
0
4,215,310

515,909
494,584
21,325
620
1,688,540
1,156,796
531,744
2,223,559
384,698
1,838,861
0
4,428,628

6,141
0
188,439
0
428,194
62,292
3,569
18,369
68,834
775,838

4,651
0
179,803
19,990
1,452,114
56,557
755
0
58,498
1,772,368

6,000
11,500
188,631
5,166,276
348,361
65,400
867
0
58,310
5,845,345

6,000
11,500
178,514
2,480,600
345,860
81,000
850
0
58,310
3,162,634

6,000
12,500
178,514
1,015,000
343,744
81,000
850
0
58,310
1,695,918

6,000
12,500
178,514
500,000
457,044
81,000
850
0
58,310
1,294,218

1,202,410

1,219,949

1,344,879

1,401,423

1,470,355

1,548,217

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
Disaster Assistance
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

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
26,430
924,035
498,156
2,651,031

FY 2013
Results
22,781
947,122
465,738
2,655,590

FY 2014
Updated
10,000
1,003,419
484,270
2,842,568

FY 2015
Projected
0
1,017,757
499,672
2,918,852

FY 2016
Projected
0
1,031,608
499,672
3,001,635

FY 2017
Projected
0
1,025,891
499,672
3,073,780

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

31,282
29,333,125
23,221,100
3,232,883
2,287,338
591,804
29,364,407

19,095
28,622,073
22,618,114
3,286,160
2,008,776
709,023
28,641,168

56,353
29,749,063
23,339,294
3,419,375
2,207,416
782,978
29,805,416

36,353
31,310,859
24,640,232
3,601,726
2,327,516
741,385
31,347,212

36,353
32,410,013
25,534,937
3,703,568
2,447,916
723,592
32,446,366

36,353
33,734,269
26,683,750
3,805,368
2,581,036
664,115
33,770,622

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
General Services, Office of
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

9,325
0
541
76,614
6,487
682
7,572
101,221

1,696
0
424
38,737
115
0
7,175
48,147

3,700
250
685
52,473
926
0
7,767
65,801

30,100
250
685
73,347
926
0
7,577
112,885

0
250
685
59,436
926
0
7,637
68,934

0
250
685
59,436
926
0
7,637
68,934

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

32,005
114,108
146,113

32,025
114,822
146,847

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

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

(317,408)
(317,408)

(291,912)
(291,912)

(829,018)
(829,018)

(977,618)
(977,618)

(978,866)
(978,866)

Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
Higher Education Services Corporation, New York State
State University of New York
Functional Total

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

96,481,036

95,428,914

102,075,113

105,283,477

108,980,045

(1,029,802)
(1,029,802)
114,068,214

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

64,331
13,044
33,729
0
6,456
211,029
3,596
48,882
381,067

60,948
12,474
20,308
1,000
5,606
194,223
2,931
48,420
345,910

65,525
13,338
22,302
1,000
5,286
202,715
4,259
52,166
366,591

68,582
13,733
22,637
1,000
5,389
204,957
3,161
55,680
375,139

69,676
13,932
22,872
1,000
5,497
207,557
3,161
58,147
381,842

71,001
14,550
21,678
1,000
5,678
207,557
3,161
59,383
384,008

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,354
294,072
6,504
186,943
491,873

4,190
274,469
0
183,421
462,080

4,379
274,887
0
182,568
461,834

4,450
274,153
0
179,991
458,594

4,534
277,471
0
182,111
464,116

4,535
280,162
0
183,944
468,641

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

70,746
0
42,373
113,119

70,470
0
28,827
99,297

74,445
24,000
33,222
131,667

77,208
24,000
33,341
134,549

80,300
24,000
34,151
138,451

81,758
24,000
34,179
139,937

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

9,434
788,024
15,222
0
772,802
52,040
43,470
892,968

8,275
756,169
21,028
0
735,141
45,351
41,363
851,158

9,688
843,041
0
317,128
525,913
52,250
37,900
942,879

9,947
865,357
0
323,139
542,218
53,737
39,500
968,541

10,166
886,813
0
339,766
547,047
54,242
80,546
1,031,767

10,169
911,269
0
351,786
559,483
54,258
64,000
1,039,696

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
Functional Total

380,630
380,630
65,256
17,262
368,493
21,568
319,774
319,774
1,172,983

387,011
387,011
62,522
16,497
361,352
17,778
317,459
317,459
1,162,619

351,077
351,077
58,497
14,454
366,941
14,337
290,732
290,732
1,096,038

336,978
336,978
59,129
14,844
356,236
14,559
302,314
302,314
1,084,060

334,012
334,012
60,823
15,306
362,205
14,559
304,196
304,196
1,091,101

338,347
338,347
61,771
15,305
361,903
14,559
310,607
310,607
1,102,492

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Justice Center
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

82,121
38,370
43,751
2,573
0
1,374,445
308,056
1,066,389
411
1,487,940
108,957
1,378,983
11,635
2,959,125

77,299
35,399
41,900
2,690
0
1,357,233
327,181
1,030,052
293
1,486,455
468,064
1,018,391
11,609
2,935,579

80,486
40,052
40,434
3,634
37,251
1,419,001
340,051
1,078,950
0
1,377,601
14,658
1,362,943
8,647
2,926,620

82,870
40,886
41,984
3,508
38,244
1,470,458
364,074
1,106,384
0
1,342,190
14,658
1,327,532
7,036
2,944,306

88,537
42,980
45,557
3,482
38,975
1,531,089
376,863
1,154,226
0
1,390,637
14,658
1,375,979
7,277
3,059,997

89,841
43,618
46,223
3,454
39,557
1,524,978
369,534
1,155,444
0
1,349,503
14,658
1,334,845
7,268
3,014,601

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of

2,251
2,474,865
82,091
20,811
30,400
326
4,979
0
0
0
61,069

2,055
2,767,151
80,653
51,769
90,337
688
0
5,209
0
2
56,077

2,672
2,576,267
69,486
25,146
52,213
1,422
0
5,384
30
38
61,210

2,748
2,628,102
67,830
0
47,370
1,422
0
5,642
30
38
61,792

2,825
2,764,468
69,124
0
48,632
1,422
0
5,837
30
38
62,075

2,833
2,719,288
70,034
0
48,694
1,422
0
5,903
30
38
62,123

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)

State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
632,064
17,596
69,207
5,793
3,401,452

FY 2013
Results
617,359
51,349
0
5,142
3,727,791

FY 2014
Updated
658,301
52,601
0
6,756
3,511,526

FY 2015
Projected
654,699
52,826
0
6,845
3,529,344

FY 2016
Projected
668,061
54,164
0
7,066
3,683,742

FY 2017
Projected
674,101
55,109
0
7,096
3,646,671

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

107,837
376
68,594
16,809
5,731,626
5,925,242

101,073
627
68,180
1,426
5,740,703
5,912,009

88,396
1,201
71,873
0
5,816,183
5,977,653

90,158
1,201
73,505
0
5,922,346
6,087,210

91,954
1,201
74,901
0
6,059,243
6,227,299

93,768
1,201
80,454
0
6,194,368
6,369,791

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

4,088
269,680
0
269,680
273,768

3,536
259,995
12,425
247,570
263,531

4,220
384,959
0
384,959
389,179

4,220
389,382
0
389,382
393,602

4,220
369,974
0
369,974
374,194

4,220
279,231
0
279,231
283,451

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

30,681
14,595
457
8,292
2,604
0
126,243
5,409
23,215
140,484
1,284
3,675
3,217
17,270
83
44,627
2,850
383,589
18,958
5,875
395
162,394
996,197

27,681
13,324
442
10,066
2,512
1,306
150,480
5,810
17,666
122,798
1,192
3,392
3,887
14,974
0
46,180
2,700
372,450
59,514
5,748
364
155,173
1,017,659

30,762
13,445
618
27,114
2,605
161,262
175,372
6,710
35,601
0
1,613
3,731
4,505
0
0
53,174
3,174
350,495
236,214
7,321
1,179
155,634
1,270,529

32,110
14,555
633
8,296
2,610
165,132
148,630
6,963
39,742
0
1,565
3,495
5,078
0
0
54,477
3,255
357,214
267,036
7,122
1,207
155,362
1,274,482

33,344
14,930
642
5,442
2,692
165,765
150,470
7,189
45,755
0
1,610
3,587
5,473
0
0
55,189
3,309
363,758
270,987
7,318
1,217
158,649
1,297,326

32,865
14,935
663
5,497
2,693
165,765
152,981
7,251
43,032
0
1,614
3,629
5,525
0
0
55,594
3,361
372,546
270,783
7,318
1,217
160,849
1,308,118

135,123
13,256
1,834,013
185,671
197,163
408
2,365,634

137,467
13,014
1,818,020
183,934
202,994
433
2,355,862

139,394
13,578
1,884,355
193,173
218,795
614
2,449,909

142,867
13,985
2,006,452
195,332
223,945
665
2,583,246

148,461
14,404
2,101,994
200,611
226,583
680
2,692,733

150,011
14,836
2,117,553
202,981
231,413
680
2,717,474

3,676
45,732
5,007
54,415

0
44,199
4,618
48,817

0
39,973
4,253
44,226

0
40,082
4,376
44,458

0
40,082
4,455
44,537

0
40,082
204,529
244,611

19,027,843

19,182,312

19,568,651

19,877,531

20,487,105

20,719,491

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

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

30,360
7,720
11,354
0
4,776
142,603
2,849
40,067
239,729

29,854
7,511
11,642
500
4,027
136,771
2,500
39,435
232,240

30,600
8,195
12,924
500
3,432
144,757
2,522
43,158
246,088

32,042
8,308
12,455
500
3,500
146,931
2,548
46,232
252,516

32,696
8,370
12,690
500
3,570
149,453
2,548
48,476
258,303

33,024
8,433
12,696
500
3,711
149,453
2,548
49,447
259,812

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

3,779
213,248
5,454
139,955
362,436

3,730
198,798
0
132,175
334,703

3,703
197,884
0
135,700
337,287

3,774
202,000
0
132,519
338,293

3,858
205,175
0
134,639
343,672

3,859
207,607
0
136,472
347,938

49,513
13,730
63,243

50,262
13,210
63,472

52,384
15,403
67,787

53,206
15,763
68,969

55,751
16,162
71,913

56,705
16,168
72,873

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

7,978
319,545
1,438
0
318,107
39,477
441
367,441

7,104
315,182
0
0
315,182
36,007
456
358,749

8,488
322,297
0
29,803
292,494
35,968
472
367,225

8,747
347,635
0
39,303
308,332
36,785
472
393,639

8,959
387,197
0
55,903
331,294
37,264
472
433,892

8,958
411,625
0
67,903
343,722
37,280
472
458,335

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
Functional Total

203,272
203,272
48,144
13,420
241,039
674
154,615
154,615
661,164

201,435
201,435
48,039
12,689
248,072
605
145,744
145,744
656,584

186,365
186,365
46,179
12,236
243,606
683
141,812
141,812
630,881

170,404
170,404
46,738
12,553
248,354
690
147,458
147,458
626,197

168,871
168,871
48,273
12,942
253,844
690
151,892
151,892
636,512

170,522
170,522
48,853
12,941
253,544
690
153,613
153,613
640,163

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Justice Center
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

59,806
27,687
32,119
980
0
1,081,892
253,990
827,902
1,125,236
72,350
1,052,886
6,184
2,274,098

58,521
26,602
31,919
818
0
1,072,134
272,381
799,753
1,125,531
343,349
782,182
5,579
2,262,583

60,775
30,090
30,685
1,004
18,805
1,129,805
281,569
848,236
1,109,273
116
1,109,157
1,707
2,321,369

62,543
30,617
31,926
1,230
19,127
1,164,927
301,762
863,165
1,077,823
116
1,077,707
61
2,325,711

67,006
32,390
34,616
1,253
19,382
1,209,025
309,888
899,137
1,122,405
116
1,122,289
69
2,419,140

67,677
32,715
34,962
1,253
19,480
1,197,751
301,194
896,557
1,080,704
116
1,080,588
77
2,366,942

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network

1,890
1,962,381
42,682
9,685
14,835
259
3,794
0
0
39,164
567,477
7,554
7,006

1,857
2,276,953
39,995
24,884
26,785
606
0
3,953
0
37,258
560,047
8,650
0

2,414
2,082,244
30,786
(2,488)
23,068
770
0
4,093
13
28,624
564,586
11,287
0

2,481
2,122,580
29,968
0
22,207
770
0
4,246
13
28,818
570,983
10,977
0

2,548
2,246,900
30,793
0
22,878
770
0
4,366
13
29,037
579,241
11,060
0

2,550
2,188,142
31,167
0
22,940
770
0
4,399
13
29,159
583,739
11,143
0

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)

Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
4,398
2,661,125

FY 2013
Results
3,951
2,984,939

FY 2014
Updated
5,332
2,750,729

FY 2015
Projected
5,480
2,798,523

FY 2016
Projected
5,681
2,933,287

FY 2017
Projected
5,685
2,879,707

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

74,043
207
28,928
13,612
3,332,878
3,449,668

69,199
107
26,980
670
3,407,655
3,504,611

59,755
198
28,983
0
3,447,763
3,536,699

60,801
198
29,666
0
3,508,606
3,599,271

61,863
198
30,101
0
3,592,003
3,684,165

62,925
198
32,746
0
3,677,145
3,773,014

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

2,266
158,373
0
158,373
160,639

2,059
157,725
9,672
148,053
159,784

2,298
163,602
0
163,602
165,900

2,298
166,797
0
166,797
169,095

2,298
170,630
0
170,630
172,928

2,298
167,413
0
167,413
169,711

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

23,829
13,284
378
4,105
2,529
0
48,873
5,067
8,359
20,276
1,063
3,197
2,492
10,940
80
31,461
2,483
300,408
10,456
5,289
364
85,890
580,823

22,197
12,090
377
4,056
2,445
1,196
50,191
5,269
6,038
20,420
1,085
2,960
2,666
9,716
0
31,590
2,535
287,878
46,893
5,223
288
84,833
599,946

25,184
12,122
399
4,250
2,523
34,874
60,161
6,022
5,313
0
1,388
3,495
3,634
0
0
33,849
2,962
275,935
135,733
6,312
721
90,706
705,583

26,234
12,858
408
4,370
2,528
35,415
61,444
6,294
5,862
0
1,443
3,046
4,035
0
0
34,582
3,034
281,970
146,053
6,105
738
91,420
727,839

27,342
13,228
417
4,495
2,609
36,048
61,792
6,478
6,869
0
1,477
3,138
4,133
0
0
35,268
3,088
287,873
150,735
6,276
748
93,752
745,766

26,742
13,233
421
4,530
2,610
36,048
62,261
6,528
6,584
0
1,479
3,162
4,158
0
0
35,280
3,140
294,098
150,347
6,276
748
94,462
752,107

103,298
10,210
1,466,250
123,150
151,882
289
1,855,079

103,639
10,260
1,458,964
125,272
153,155
345
1,851,635

107,855
11,100
1,470,800
130,452
166,331
480
1,887,018

110,482
11,439
1,561,492
133,797
167,773
515
1,985,498

115,214
11,788
1,618,742
137,528
169,031
543
2,052,846

116,077
12,148
1,634,301
138,659
171,575
543
2,073,303

2,091
2,356
4,447

0
2,303
2,303

0
2,434
2,434

0
2,514
2,514

0
2,549
2,549

0
102,586
102,586

12,679,892

13,011,549

13,019,000

13,288,065

13,754,973

13,896,491

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 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-134

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

33,971
5,324
22,375
0
1,680
68,426
747
8,815
141,338

31,094
4,963
8,666
500
1,579
57,452
431
8,985
113,670

34,925
5,143
9,378
500
1,854
57,958
1,737
9,008
120,503

36,540
5,425
10,182
500
1,889
58,026
613
9,448
122,623

36,980
5,562
10,182
500
1,927
58,104
613
9,671
123,539

37,977
6,117
8,982
500
1,967
58,104
613
9,936
124,196

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

575
80,824
1,050
46,988
129,437

460
75,671
0
51,246
127,377

676
77,003
0
46,868
124,547

676
72,153
0
47,472
120,301

676
72,296
0
47,472
120,444

676
72,555
0
47,472
120,703

21,233
0
28,643
49,876

20,208
0
15,617
35,825

22,061
24,000
17,819
63,880

24,002
24,000
17,578
65,580

24,549
24,000
17,989
66,538

25,053
24,000
18,011
67,064

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

1,456
468,479
13,784
0
454,695
12,563
43,029
525,527

1,171
440,987
21,028
0
419,959
9,344
40,907
492,409

1,200
520,744
0
287,325
233,419
16,282
37,428
575,654

1,200
517,722
0
283,836
233,886
16,952
39,028
574,902

1,207
499,616
0
283,863
215,753
16,978
80,074
597,875

1,211
499,644
0
283,883
215,761
16,978
63,528
581,361

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
Functional Total

177,358
177,358
17,112
3,842
127,454
20,894
165,159
165,159
511,819

185,576
185,576
14,483
3,808
113,280
17,173
171,715
171,715
506,035

164,712
164,712
12,318
2,218
123,335
13,654
148,920
148,920
465,157

166,574
166,574
12,391
2,291
107,882
13,869
154,856
154,856
457,863

165,141
165,141
12,550
2,364
108,361
13,869
152,304
152,304
454,589

167,825
167,825
12,918
2,364
108,359
13,869
156,994
156,994
462,329

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Justice Center
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

22,315
10,683
11,632
1,593
0
292,553
54,066
238,487
411
362,704
36,607
326,097
5,451
685,027

18,778
8,797
9,981
1,872
0
285,099
54,800
230,299
293
360,924
124,715
236,209
6,030
672,996

19,711
9,962
9,749
2,630
18,446
289,196
58,482
230,714
0
268,328
14,542
253,786
6,940
605,251

20,327
10,269
10,058
2,278
19,117
305,531
62,312
243,219
0
264,367
14,542
249,825
6,975
618,595

21,531
10,590
10,941
2,229
19,593
322,064
66,975
255,089
0
268,232
14,542
253,690
7,208
640,857

22,164
10,903
11,261
2,201
20,077
327,227
68,340
258,887
0
268,799
14,542
254,257
7,191
647,659

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of

361
512,484
39,409
11,126
15,565
67
1,185
0
0
0
21,905

198
490,198
40,658
26,885
63,552
82
0
1,256
0
2
18,819

258
494,023
38,700
27,634
29,145
652
0
1,291
30
25
32,586

267
505,522
37,862
0
25,163
652
0
1,396
30
25
32,974

277
517,568
38,331
0
25,754
652
0
1,471
30
25
33,038

283
531,146
38,867
0
25,754
652
0
1,504
30
25
32,964

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS
(thousands of dollars)

State Police, Division of
Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
64,587
10,042
62,201
1,395
740,327

FY 2013
Results
57,312
42,699
0
1,191
742,852

FY 2014
Updated
93,715
41,314
0
1,424
760,797

FY 2015
Projected
83,716
41,849
0
1,365
730,821

FY 2016
Projected
88,820
43,104
0
1,385
750,455

FY 2017
Projected
90,362
43,966
0
1,411
766,964

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

33,794
169
39,666
3,197
2,398,748
2,475,574

31,874
520
41,200
756
2,333,048
2,407,398

28,641
1,003
42,890
0
2,368,420
2,440,954

29,357
1,003
43,839
0
2,413,740
2,487,939

30,091
1,003
44,800
0
2,467,240
2,543,134

30,843
1,003
47,708
0
2,517,223
2,596,777

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

1,822
111,307
0
111,307
113,129

1,477
102,270
2,753
99,517
103,747

1,922
221,357
0
221,357
223,279

1,922
222,585
0
222,585
224,507

1,922
199,344
0
199,344
201,266

1,922
111,818
0
111,818
113,740

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

6,852
1,311
79
4,187
75
0
77,370
342
14,856
120,208
221
478
725
6,330
3
13,166
367
83,181
8,502
586
31
76,504
415,374

5,484
1,234
65
6,010
67
110
100,289
541
11,628
102,378
107
432
1,221
5,258
0
14,590
165
84,572
12,621
525
76
70,340
417,713

5,578
1,323
219
22,864
82
126,388
115,211
688
30,288
0
225
236
871
0
0
19,325
212
74,560
100,481
1,009
458
64,928
564,946

5,876
1,697
225
3,926
82
129,717
87,186
669
33,880
0
122
449
1,043
0
0
19,895
221
75,244
120,983
1,017
469
63,942
546,643

6,002
1,702
225
947
83
129,717
88,678
711
38,886
0
133
449
1,340
0
0
19,921
221
75,885
120,252
1,042
469
64,897
551,560

6,123
1,702
242
967
83
129,717
90,720
723
36,448
0
135
467
1,367
0
0
20,314
221
78,448
120,436
1,042
469
66,387
556,011

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

31,825
3,046
367,763
62,521
45,281
119
510,555

33,828
2,754
359,056
58,662
49,839
88
504,227

31,539
2,478
413,555
62,721
52,464
134
562,891

32,385
2,546
444,960
61,535
56,172
150
597,748

33,247
2,616
483,252
63,083
57,552
137
639,887

33,934
2,688
483,252
64,322
59,838
137
644,171

1,585
45,732
2,651
49,968

0
44,199
2,315
46,514

0
39,973
1,819
41,792

0
40,082
1,862
41,944

0
40,082
1,906
41,988

0
40,082
101,943
142,025

6,347,951

6,170,763

6,549,651

6,589,466

6,732,132

6,823,000

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Long-Term Debt Service
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL NON-PERSONAL SERVICE/INDIRECT COSTS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-136

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
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
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

2,422
3,572
0
2,342
78,741
19,550
106,627

2,909
2,921
0
2,189
72,196
17,282
97,497

3,313
4,546
28
1,638
86,170
21,594
117,289

3,301
4,685
28
1,670
88,824
26,171
124,679

3,512
4,932
28
1,704
94,279
28,288
132,743

3,659
5,121
28
1,738
97,160
29,644
137,350

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

47,190
2,389
655
50,234

49,013
0
245
49,258

49,928
0
4,540
54,468

49,585
0
4,556
54,141

51,620
0
4,616
56,236

53,447
0
4,617
58,064

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

25,239
13,072
38,311

24,295
6,156
30,451

29,133
8,698
37,831

29,994
8,924
38,918

32,832
9,542
42,374

34,413
9,559
43,972

HEALTH
Aging, Office for the
Health, Department of
Public Health
Medicaid Inspector General, Office of the
Stem Cell and Innovation
Functional Total

0
55,907
55,907
8,797
232
64,936

0
37,324
37,324
8,911
226
46,461

235
57,376
57,376
11,063
0
68,674

235
59,132
59,132
11,277
0
70,644

235
62,450
62,450
11,575
0
74,260

235
63,882
63,882
11,585
0
75,702

12,485
12,485
18,713
49
108,624
43,241
43,241
183,112

12,713
12,713
17,630
0
120,502
40,498
40,498
191,343

11,551
11,551
23,969
2,075
141,494
44,463
44,463
223,552

11,899
11,899
25,371
2,203
138,875
44,973
44,973
223,321

12,312
12,312
26,229
2,330
148,364
44,973
44,973
234,208

12,312
12,312
26,229
2,330
152,056
44,973
44,973
237,900

28,073
12,086
15,987
1,335
0
530,390
121,600
408,790
521,166
104,039
417,127
1,708
1,082,672

29,879
13,443
16,436
391
0
565,362
206,107
359,255
566,099
199,047
367,052
1,419
1,163,150

33,564
16,433
17,131
566
1,225
626,026
162,531
463,495
604,626
74
604,552
361
1,266,368

35,523
17,274
18,249
692
1,457
653,833
176,292
477,541
611,483
74
611,409
34
1,303,022

38,522
18,601
19,921
718
1,563
712,329
191,538
520,791
646,076
74
646,002
41
1,399,249

40,719
19,646
21,073
746
1,563
729,561
193,229
536,332
653,998
74
653,924
50
1,426,637

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 Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

1,120
375
3,896
83
6,021
19,372
120
1,817
32,804

661
436
2,632
247
2
15,283
0
1,710
20,971

1,476
3,164
3,880
378
7,275
9,682
0
2,297
28,152

1,481
1,702
3,914
378
6,910
3,913
0
2,382
20,680

1,484
3,320
3,982
378
7,209
4,170
0
2,563
23,106

1,468
3,448
4,020
378
7,422
4,383
0
2,562
23,681

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

6,355
73
12,794
5,816
559,990
585,028

412
92
13,573
(80)
530,995
544,992

6,337
99
16,112
0
605,217
627,765

6,527
99
16,763
0
625,001
648,390

6,723
99
17,749
0
645,787
670,358

6,925
99
18,642
0
667,597
693,263

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
OASAS - Other
Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Justice Center
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

EDUCATION

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
GENERAL STATE CHARGES
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
69,217
0
69,217
69,217

FY 2013
Results
59,963
4,515
55,448
59,963

FY 2014
Updated
77,302
0
77,302
77,302

FY 2015
Projected
81,405
0
81,405
81,405

FY 2016
Projected
84,547
0
84,547
84,547

FY 2017
Projected
84,878
0
84,878
84,878

2,081
241
164
126
0
1,495
9,822
2,283
8,981
11,634
233
46
41,151
78,257

2,273
155
178
0
0
1,534
10,327
2,786
10,351
20,255
153
22
40,689
88,723

2,297
168
208
0
19,158
2,136
0
0
13,561
19,213
350
0
50,323
107,414

2,402
172
225
0
19,482
2,208
0
0
13,881
23,239
350
0
51,569
113,528

2,599
176
225
0
19,482
2,354
0
0
14,752
24,192
350
0
55,269
119,399

2,625
176
225
0
19,482
2,444
0
0
15,201
24,881
350
0
57,403
122,787

2,689
601,846
15,328
619,863

1,487
568,830
17,183
587,500

1,582
660,700
26,529
688,811

1,653
683,454
26,846
711,953

1,778
717,408
28,481
747,667

1,845
717,408
29,570
748,823

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
General State Charges
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

3,938,106
5,244
3,943,350

3,777,684
17,447
3,795,131

4,074,031
5,824
4,079,855

4,454,903
5,907
4,460,810

4,697,461
5,986
4,703,447

4,966,102
6,033
4,972,135

TOTAL GENERAL STATE CHARGES SPENDING

6,854,411

6,675,440

7,377,481

7,851,491

8,287,594

8,625,192

Education, Department of
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
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Lottery, Division of the
Racing and Wagering Board, State
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total
ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
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
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
SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

17,956
0
821
8,446
14,629
0
3,718
45,570

16,758
0
14
19,095
11,543
0
0
47,410

13,446
(17,500)
32,645
45,008
12,000
2,500
5,000
93,099

4,700
5,000
19,859
145,206
25,500
1,500
5,000
206,765

4,750
5,000
15,000
365,305
25,500
1,500
5,000
422,055

5,500
15,000
0
608,709
13,000
1,500
5,000
648,709

303,054
274
216
32,095
335,639

224,873
0
3,405
69,802
298,080

407,432
0
0
84,377
491,809

396,360
0
0
99,690
496,050

377,203
0
0
114,478
491,681

357,403
0
0
121,228
478,631

0
186,910
0
3,017,285
3,204,195

271,081
182,756
0
3,095,718
3,549,555

62,519
194,330
1,800
3,189,874
3,448,523

0
194,526
1,800
2,985,441
3,181,767

310,000
204,080
1,800
2,702,547
3,218,427

310,000
209,807
1,800
2,717,831
3,239,438

7,272
7,272
7,272

9,926
9,926
9,926

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

13,500
13,500
13,500

20,494
20,494
2,300
22,794

8,841
8,841
943
9,784

20,900
20,900
3,002
23,902

20,900
20,900
3,002
23,902

20,900
20,900
3,004
23,904

20,900
20,900
3,000
23,900

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
Mental Health, Office of
OMH
People with Developmental Disabilities, Office for
OPWDD
OPWDD - Other
Functional Total

146
146
63,011
63,011
38,419
38,419
0
101,576

(113)
(113)
68,802
68,802
34,885
34,884
1
103,574

13,196
13,196
72,598
72,598
39,220
39,220
0
125,014

13,083
13,083
72,680
72,680
39,220
39,220
0
124,983

13,083
13,083
72,783
72,783
39,220
39,220
0
125,086

13,083
13,083
72,623
72,623
39,220
39,220
0
124,926

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

239,799
17,754
4,476
16,092
125
30,466
308,712

191,540
1,776
5,139
18,627
0
26,960
244,042

234,677
23,369
16,000
26,996
0
32,374
333,416

240,710
0
10,500
43,507
0
13,865
308,582

246,860
0
1,000
41,607
0
13,865
303,332

246,764
0
0
35,607
0
13,065
295,436

25,182
406
1,013,908
1,039,496

40,688
0
1,225,616
1,266,304

52,067
0
1,115,129
1,167,196

45,211
0
1,088,722
1,133,933

39,893
0
1,130,812
1,170,705

39,399
0
984,855
1,024,254

8,230
8,230
8,230

5,633
5,633
5,633

27,416
27,416
27,416

31,099
31,099
31,099

27,998
27,998
27,998

23,400
23,400
23,400

74,801
0
0
74,801

66,195
0
0
66,195

66,809
(15)
40,523
107,317

77,383
2,185
41,547
121,115

69,883
1,440
4,409
75,732

69,883
9,985
1,261
81,129

HIGHER EDUCATION
City University of New York
Higher Education Facilities Capital Matching Grants Program
State University of New York
Functional Total
EDUCATION
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
General Services, Office of
State, Department of
Technology, Office for
Functional Total

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
CAPITAL PROJECTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Judiciary
Functional Total
ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

2,311
2,311

128
128

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

125,940
125,940

71,604
71,604

61,000
61,000

780,325
780,325

747,125
747,125

632,629
632,629

5,276,536

5,672,235

5,892,192

6,422,021

6,619,545

6,585,952

T-140

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

96,414
16,616
17,655
144,632
953,805
31,567
506,105
3,596
66,124
6,058
3,718
1,846,290

87,162
15,395
9,885
114,291
418,352
25,446
487,036
2,931
63,299
2,921
6,583
1,233,301

93,793
17,884
(17,500)
116,576
576,347
28,158
505,837
4,259
71,606
2,500
5,000
1,404,460

87,532
18,418
5,000
122,301
696,300
41,977
510,733
3,161
79,943
1,500
5,000
1,571,865

87,787
18,864
5,000
116,927
830,687
42,308
518,788
3,161
84,496
1,500
5,000
1,714,518

90,239
19,671
15,000
90,733
859,337
30,215
521,669
3,161
87,000
1,500
5,000
1,723,525

4,299
651,642
10,347
216
226,698
893,202

4,090
664,926
0
3,405
253,674
926,095

4,029
726,586
0
0
273,834
1,004,449

4,100
713,277
0
0
286,269
1,003,646

4,184
698,704
0
0
303,212
1,006,100

4,185
681,012
0
0
311,796
996,993

194,500
279,072
2,163
6,353,525
6,829,260

271,081
272,598
2,567
6,416,825
6,963,071

246,119
291,073
25,800
6,950,582
7,513,574

183,229
294,796
25,800
7,025,424
7,529,249

328,571
309,981
25,800
7,100,996
7,765,348

310,000
318,573
25,800
7,229,079
7,883,452

113,753
18,156,155
14,778,525
533,293
2,844,337
25,284
43,702
18,338,894

114,480
18,695,766
15,370,559
528,985
2,796,222
21,972
41,589
18,873,807

115,616
19,362,803
15,711,940
709,397
2,941,466
22,723
37,900
19,539,042

121,916
19,328,966
16,327,685
649,897
2,351,384
22,925
39,500
19,513,307

128,657
20,130,924
17,214,191
590,397
2,326,336
22,940
80,546
20,363,067

133,322
20,768,685
17,883,728
590,397
2,294,560
22,954
64,000
20,988,961

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
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,918,848
1,805,680
113,168
195,084
12,000
60,962
332
1,609,788
1,266,866
342,922
3,797,014

1,803,979
1,714,947
89,032
199,235
12,326
63,909
670
1,766,062
1,416,672
349,390
3,846,181

1,889,721
1,802,734
86,987
162,823
10,021
77,187
683
1,572,473
1,287,173
285,300
3,712,908

2,028,947
1,938,568
90,379
165,969
10,277
64,134
687
1,479,639
1,185,272
294,367
3,749,653

2,094,166
2,000,115
94,051
212,661
10,598
66,357
687
1,508,264
1,211,985
296,279
3,892,733

2,184,425
2,086,404
98,021
213,471
10,597
66,113
687
1,522,143
1,220,523
301,620
3,997,436

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

463,573
371,684
91,889
0
3,121,765
1,238,438
1,883,327
411
4,373,199
945,451
3,427,748
7,584
7,966,532

442,049
351,033
91,016
0
3,110,193
1,329,849
1,780,344
293
4,286,937
1,399,985
2,886,952
7,439
7,846,911

463,789
384,899
78,890
38,458
3,265,041
1,367,117
1,897,924
0
3,430,967
505,595
2,925,372
2,343
7,200,598

492,680
411,122
81,558
39,837
3,504,803
1,543,299
1,961,504
0
3,843,944
458,462
3,385,482
0
7,881,264

524,067
437,264
86,803
40,674
3,832,673
1,702,477
2,130,196
0
4,222,184
419,286
3,802,898
0
8,619,598

547,833
459,212
88,621
41,256
3,973,686
1,750,166
2,223,520
0
4,251,729
424,099
3,827,630
0
8,814,504

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

2,251
2,716,925
0
215,019
38,565
32,705
62,701

2,055
2,937,484
0
210,807
73,535
173,850
57,492

2,672
2,793,514
11,500
227,531
(30,356)
145,684
67,200

2,748
2,856,506
11,500
215,612
(400)
132,774
82,800

2,825
2,999,356
12,500
216,745
0
122,369
82,800

2,833
2,954,082
12,500
217,485
0
114,769
82,800

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
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
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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

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STATE FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

Judicial Commissions
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
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 2012
Results
4,979
0
0
0
39,755
125
660,844
17,596
87,696
35,194
3,914,355

0
5,384
30
38
37,898
0
692,707
52,601
0
34,864
4,041,267

FY 2015
Projected
0
5,642
30
38
42,489
0
664,777
52,826
0
34,975
4,102,317

FY 2016
Projected
0
5,837
30
38
40,960
0
678,396
54,164
0
35,280
4,251,300

FY 2017
Projected
0
5,903
30
38
41,221
0
683,849
55,109
0
35,298
4,205,917

0
5,209
0
2
33,138
0
642,350
51,349
0
31,876
4,219,147

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

1,341,784
449
26,836
1,000,527
22,625
7,491,580
9,883,801

1,361,844
719
22,781
1,022,812
1,346
7,671,558
10,081,060

1,491,679
1,300
10,000
1,084,352
0
7,777,947
10,365,278

1,543,319
1,300
0
1,100,973
0
7,892,889
10,538,481

1,608,925
1,300
0
1,117,206
0
8,092,662
10,820,093

1,688,309
1,300
0
1,117,935
0
8,103,640
10,911,184

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

33,659
24,771,504
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
700,707
24,805,163

22,631
25,540,509
20,163,084
3,286,160
1,351,788
739,477
25,563,140

60,053
26,125,288
20,471,494
3,419,375
1,418,116
816,303
26,185,341

40,053
27,593,241
21,691,932
3,601,726
1,522,216
777,367
27,633,294

40,053
28,622,655
22,513,737
3,703,568
1,626,216
779,134
28,662,708

40,053
29,978,868
23,640,850
3,805,368
1,751,116
781,534
30,018,921

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

32,762
14,836
621
9,815
2,604
0
196,290
5,409
23,215
150,306
1,802
3,675
3,217
19,553
83
61,000
2,850
401,033
19,640
12,884
441
199,035
1,161,071

29,954
13,479
620
5,576
2,512
1,306
213,152
5,810
17,666
133,125
1,568
3,392
3,887
17,760
0
57,914
2,700
392,394
59,514
12,473
386
190,491
1,165,679

33,059
13,613
826
7,314
2,605
180,420
239,330
6,710
35,601
0
2,298
3,731
4,505
0
0
67,448
3,174
369,419
276,737
13,756
1,179
202,333
1,464,058

34,512
14,727
858
35,296
2,610
184,614
223,234
6,963
39,742
0
2,250
3,495
5,078
0
0
64,258
3,255
380,159
308,583
13,339
1,207
203,307
1,527,487

35,943
15,106
867
5,442
2,692
185,247
217,720
7,189
45,755
0
2,295
3,587
5,473
0
0
64,881
3,309
387,656
275,396
13,567
1,217
210,294
1,483,636

35,490
15,111
888
5,497
2,693
185,247
220,321
7,251
43,032
0
2,299
3,629
5,525
0
0
74,197
3,361
397,133
272,044
13,567
1,217
214,628
1,503,130

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Executive Chamber
Judiciary
Law, Department of
Legislature
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
Functional Total

169,817
13,256
2,545,494
168,624
197,163
408
3,094,762

170,979
13,014
2,495,933
169,427
202,994
433
3,052,780

173,000
13,578
2,645,255
179,983
218,795
614
3,231,225

176,544
13,985
2,805,106
182,448
223,945
665
3,402,693

182,263
14,404
2,934,602
187,990
226,583
680
3,546,522

183,880
14,836
2,950,161
190,674
231,413
680
3,571,644

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

3,941,782
5,909,754
57,204

3,777,684
6,182,129
36,660

4,074,031
6,100,305
215,059

4,454,903
5,845,342
793,990

4,697,461
6,521,612
759,700

4,966,102
6,823,198
794,389

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

T-142

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
(thousands of dollars)

Functional Total
TOTAL STATE FUNDS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

FY 2012
Results
9,908,740

FY 2013
Results
9,996,473

FY 2014
Updated
10,389,395

FY 2015
Projected
11,094,235

FY 2016
Projected
11,978,773

FY 2017
Projected
12,583,689

93,192,876

94,522,113

96,815,171

100,316,779

104,886,384

107,993,232

T-143

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
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
Financial Services, Department of
Public Service Department
Regional Economic Development Program
Strategic Investment Program
Functional Total

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

24,603
17,655
110,082
945,359
8,140
217,470
0
6,058
0
1,329,367

19,476
9,885
94,252
398,257
6,108
221,513
0
2,921
6,583
758,995

26,137
0
61,846
530,339
9,234
216,952
200
0
0
844,708

25,719
0
80,022
550,094
9,418
216,952
200
0
0
882,405

24,946
0
79,272
464,382
9,607
216,952
200
0
0
795,359

25,486
0
69,272
249,628
9,799
216,952
200
0
0
571,337

74,946
1,180
12,121
88,247

173,162
0
6,583
179,745

59,970
0
7,760
67,730

59,542
0
7,600
67,142

59,542
0
7,600
67,142

57,124
0
7,600
64,724

194,500
2,163
4,243,459
4,440,122

0
2,567
4,308,283
4,310,850

183,600
0
4,811,570
4,995,170

183,229
0
4,921,689
5,104,918

18,571
0
4,990,289
5,008,860

0
0
5,069,644
5,069,644

111,616
17,561,651
14,763,303
533,293
2,265,055
17,673,267

112,942
18,108,875
15,349,531
528,985
2,230,359
18,221,817

114,007
18,704,421
15,711,940
518,069
2,474,412
18,818,428

120,307
18,656,662
16,327,685
452,558
1,876,419
18,776,969

127,011
19,452,712
17,214,191
376,431
1,862,090
19,579,723

131,641
20,076,590
17,883,728
364,411
1,828,451
20,208,231

SOCIAL WELFARE
Children and Family Services, Office of
OCFS
OCFS - Other
Housing and Community Renewal, Division of
Labor, Department of
National and Community Service
Temporary and Disability Assistance, Office of
Welfare Assistance
All Other
Functional Total

1,603,904
1,490,736
113,168
124,044
3,665
38
1,458,453
1,266,866
191,587
3,190,104

1,491,836
1,402,804
89,032
131,470
5,543
396
1,579,503
1,416,672
162,831
3,208,748

1,603,915
1,516,928
86,987
94,981
11,504
350
1,421,869
1,287,173
134,696
3,132,619

1,759,547
1,669,168
90,379
96,633
150
350
1,319,968
1,185,272
134,696
3,176,648

1,828,310
1,734,259
94,051
141,051
150
350
1,351,081
1,211,985
139,096
3,320,942

1,914,234
1,816,213
98,021
141,051
150
350
1,361,019
1,220,523
140,496
3,416,804

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

359,683
327,532
32,151
0
1,155,718
747,570
408,148
2,327,726
696,088
1,631,638
560
3,843,687

340,310
307,630
32,680
0
1,120,494
729,457
391,037
2,199,624
698,116
1,501,508
537
3,660,965

346,003
324,678
21,325
466
1,148,496
793,017
355,479
1,424,071
466,194
957,877
173
2,919,209

370,751
349,426
21,325
620
1,308,895
931,316
377,579
1,865,602
419,061
1,446,541
0
3,545,868

393,567
372,242
21,325
620
1,517,549
1,062,370
455,179
2,160,802
379,885
1,780,917
0
4,072,538

414,067
392,742
21,325
620
1,647,610
1,115,866
531,744
2,223,559
384,698
1,838,861
0
4,285,856

5,594
0
151,076
0
19,575
62,292
3,761
18,369
29,239
289,906

4,651
0
150,047
19,990
98,242
56,557
755
0
26,493
356,735

6,000
11,500
169,831
31,276
89,590
65,400
867
0
28,182
402,646

6,000
12,500
159,714
0
84,973
81,000
850
0
28,182
373,219

6,000
12,500
159,714
0
78,273
81,000
850
0
28,182
366,519

1,202,410
26,430
923,514

1,219,949
22,781
946,906

1,344,879
10,000
1,003,419

1,470,355
0
1,031,608

1,548,217
0
1,025,891

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
Disaster Assistance
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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

6,000
11,500
159,714
(400)
87,089
81,000
850
0
28,182
373,935

1,401,423
0
1,017,757

T-144

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results
488,115
2,640,469

FY 2013
Results
464,272
2,653,908

FY 2014
Updated
476,329
2,834,627

FY 2015
Projected
491,731
2,910,911

FY 2016
Projected
491,731
2,993,694

FY 2017
Projected
491,731
3,065,839

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
School Aid
STAR Property Tax Relief
Special Education Categorical Programs
All Other
Functional Total

29,571
24,606,829
19,661,924
3,232,883
1,175,990
536,032
24,636,400

19,095
25,389,855
20,163,084
3,286,160
1,351,788
588,823
25,408,950

55,933
25,937,158
20,471,494
3,419,375
1,418,116
628,173
25,993,091

35,933
27,398,254
21,691,932
3,601,726
1,522,216
582,380
27,434,187

35,933
28,428,373
22,513,737
3,703,568
1,626,216
584,852
28,464,306

35,933
29,788,369
23,640,850
3,805,368
1,751,116
591,035
29,824,302

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Elections, State Board of
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
State, Department of
Taxation and Finance, Department of
Technology, Office for
Veterans' Affairs, Division of
Functional Total

415
541
12,916
6,487
682
7,572
28,613

272
424
6,435
115
0
7,175
14,421

2,200
685
10,927
926
0
7,767
22,505

30,000
685
3,979
926
0
7,577
43,167

0
685
3,979
926
0
7,637
13,227

0
685
3,979
926
0
7,637
13,227

ELECTED OFFICIALS
Audit and Control, Department of
Judiciary
Functional Total

32,005
114,108
146,113

32,025
114,822
146,847

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

721,034
4,714
1,960
25,867
217
753,792

721,159
5,225
2,000
25,867
217
754,468

725,700
5,539
4,873
27,246
218
763,576

734,523
2,678
4,623
27,246
218
769,288

749,901
0
4,623
27,246
218
781,988

761,789
0
4,623
27,246
218
793,876

ALL OTHER CATEGORIES
Miscellaneous
Functional Total

(44,673)
(44,673)

(35,445)
(35,445)

143,982
143,982

3,382
3,382

2,134
2,134

61,077,015

63,242,544

65,626,856

State University of New York
Functional Total

TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SPENDING

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

59,015,414

59,641,004

(48,802)
(48,802)
67,785,281

T-145

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

52,515
13,044
33,729
0
6,456
210,028
3,596
47,386
366,754

49,174
12,474
20,025
1,000
5,606
193,410
2,931
46,659
331,279

52,661
13,338
22,057
1,000
5,286
202,715
4,259
50,441
351,757

55,502
13,733
22,392
1,000
5,389
204,957
3,161
54,257
360,391

56,362
13,932
22,627
1,000
5,497
207,557
3,161
56,724
366,860

57,450
14,550
21,433
1,000
5,678
207,557
3,161
57,894
368,723

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

4,299
245,162
6,504
183,216
439,181

4,090
230,616
0
179,867
414,573

4,029
231,899
0
180,468
416,396

4,100
230,724
0
177,844
412,668

4,184
233,597
0
179,948
417,729

4,185
236,293
0
181,781
422,259

TRANSPORTATION
Motor Vehicles, Department of
Thruway Authority, New York State
Transportation, Department of
Functional Total

67,400
0
35,857
103,257

65,717
0
20,224
85,941

68,850
24,000
25,447
118,297

71,484
24,000
25,402
120,886

74,393
24,000
26,019
124,412

75,740
24,000
26,047
125,787

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

2,137
555,256
15,222
0
540,034
25,258
43,470
626,121

1,538
547,498
21,028
0
526,470
21,972
41,363
612,371

1,609
613,680
0
191,328
422,352
22,723
37,900
675,912

1,609
626,414
0
197,339
429,075
22,925
39,500
690,448

1,646
630,078
0
213,966
416,112
22,940
80,546
735,210

1,681
643,064
0
225,986
417,078
22,954
64,000
731,699

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
Functional Total

292,769
292,769
55,910
12,000
42,274
294
150,451
150,451
553,698

301,851
301,851
53,471
12,326
44,078
274
186,559
186,559
598,559

262,286
262,286
48,484
10,021
48,623
333
150,604
150,604
520,351

245,837
245,837
48,838
10,277
45,717
337
159,671
159,671
510,677

242,252
242,252
50,201
10,598
46,810
337
157,183
157,183
507,381

246,587
246,587
51,011
10,597
46,657
337
161,124
161,124
516,313

MENTAL HYGIENE
Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, Office of
OASAS
OASAS - Other
Justice Center
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

75,671
31,920
43,751
0
1,372,952
306,563
1,066,389
411
1,485,935
106,952
1,378,983
5,948
2,940,917

71,973
30,073
41,900
0
1,355,887
325,835
1,030,052
293
1,486,329
467,938
1,018,391
5,905
2,920,387

73,393
32,959
40,434
36,849
1,418,264
339,314
1,078,950
0
1,363,124
181
1,362,943
1,853
2,893,483

76,167
34,183
41,984
37,842
1,469,721
363,337
1,106,384
0
1,327,713
181
1,327,532
0
2,911,443

81,749
36,192
45,557
38,573
1,530,352
376,126
1,154,226
0
1,376,160
181
1,375,979
0
3,026,834

82,952
36,729
46,223
39,155
1,524,241
368,797
1,155,444
0
1,335,026
181
1,334,845
0
2,981,374

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
Judicial Conduct, Commission on
Judicial Nomination, Commission on
Judicial Screening Committees, New York State
Military and Naval Affairs, Division of
State Police, Division of

2,251
2,471,532
63,882
20,811
8,654
326
4,979
0
0
0
27,440
611,384

2,055
2,741,293
60,696
51,769
70,035
688
0
5,209
0
2
22,745
600,509

2,672
2,552,792
57,622
(85,001)
39,130
1,422
0
5,384
30
38
27,147
650,651

2,748
2,609,748
55,818
0
34,187
1,422
0
5,642
30
38
27,244
646,999

2,825
2,746,445
56,946
0
35,330
1,422
0
5,837
30
38
27,615
660,361

2,833
2,701,265
57,683
0
35,392
1,422
0
5,903
30
38
27,876
666,401

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
STATE OPERATIONS
(thousands of dollars)

Statewide Financial System
Statewide Wireless Network
Victim Services, Office of
Functional Total

FY 2012
Results
17,596
69,207
4,138
3,302,200

FY 2013
Results
51,349
0
3,673
3,610,023

FY 2014
Updated
52,601
0
4,739
3,309,227

FY 2015
Projected
52,826
0
4,765
3,441,467

FY 2016
Projected
54,164
0
4,907
3,595,920

FY 2017
Projected
55,109
0
4,926
3,558,878

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

107,837
376
64,233
16,809
5,429,621
5,618,876

100,795
627
62,393
1,426
5,450,823
5,616,064

88,396
1,201
65,240
0
5,581,323
5,736,160

90,158
1,201
66,872
0
5,687,486
5,845,717

91,954
1,201
68,268
0
5,824,383
5,985,806

93,768
1,201
73,821
0
5,959,508
6,128,298

EDUCATION
Arts, Council on the
Education, Department of
All Other
Functional Total

4,088
126,159
126,159
130,247

3,536
117,543
117,543
121,079

4,120
129,020
129,020
133,140

4,120
131,404
131,404
135,524

4,120
132,154
132,154
136,274

4,120
132,128
132,128
136,248

GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Budget, Division of the
Civil Service, Department of
Deferred Compensation Board
Elections, State Board of
Employee Relations, Office of
Gaming Commission, New York State
General Services, Office of
Inspector General, Office of the
Labor Management Committees
Lottery, Division of the
Prevention of Domestic Violence, Office for
Public Employment Relations Board
Public Integrity, Commission on
Racing and Wagering Board, State
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
Welfare Inspector General, Office of
Workers' Compensation Board
Functional Total

30,681
14,595
457
9,400
2,604
0
119,994
5,409
23,215
140,484
1,261
3,675
3,217
17,270
83
40,716
2,850
382,913
18,958
5,312
395
157,884
981,373

27,681
13,324
442
5,304
2,512
1,306
145,423
5,810
17,666
122,798
1,144
3,392
3,887
14,974
0
42,561
2,700
372,024
59,514
5,298
364
149,802
997,926

30,762
13,445
618
5,114
2,605
161,262
170,385
6,710
35,601
0
1,613
3,731
4,505
0
0
45,627
3,174
349,280
236,214
5,989
1,179
152,010
1,229,824

32,110
14,555
633
5,296
2,610
165,132
143,643
6,963
39,742
0
1,565
3,495
5,078
0
0
46,790
3,255
355,994
267,036
5,762
1,207
151,738
1,252,604

33,344
14,930
642
5,442
2,692
165,765
145,483
7,189
45,755
0
1,610
3,587
5,473
0
0
47,419
3,309
362,538
270,987
5,930
1,217
155,025
1,278,337

32,865
14,935
663
5,497
2,693
165,765
147,994
7,251
43,032
0
1,614
3,629
5,525
0
0
47,824
3,361
371,326
270,783
5,930
1,217
157,225
1,289,129

135,123
13,256
1,827,308
160,461
197,163
408
2,333,719

137,467
13,014
1,812,199
159,850
202,994
433
2,325,957

139,394
13,578
1,877,855
165,021
218,795
614
2,415,257

142,867
13,985
1,999,952
166,756
223,945
665
2,548,170

148,461
14,404
2,095,494
171,379
226,583
680
2,657,001

150,011
14,836
2,111,053
173,429
231,413
680
2,681,422

3,676
45,732
5,007
54,415

0
44,199
4,618
48,817

0
39,973
4,253
44,226

0
40,082
4,376
44,458

0
40,082
4,455
44,537

0
40,082
204,529
244,611

17,450,758

17,682,976

17,844,030

18,274,453

18,876,301

19,184,741

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

FY 2014 Mid-Year Update

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CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNCTION
STATE FUNDS
PERSONAL SERVICE
(thousands of dollars)
FY 2012
Results

FY 2013
Results

FY 2014
Updated

FY 2015
Projected

FY 2016
Projected

FY 2017
Projected

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT
Agriculture and Markets, Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, Division of
Economic Development, Department of
Empire State Development Corporation
Energy Research and Development Authority
Financial Services, Department of
Olympic Regional Development Authority
Public Service Department
Functional Total

27,412
7,720
11,354
0
4,776
142,332
2,849
38,749
235,192

26,859
7,511
11,642
500
4,027
136,494
2,500
37,725
227,258

27,596
8,195
12,924
500
3,432
144,757
2,522
41,498
241,424

29,008
8,308
12,455
500
3,500
146,931
2,548
45,002
248,252

29,632
8,370
12,690
500
3,570
149,453
2,548
47,246
254,009

29,930
8,433
12,696
500
3,711
149,453
2,548
48,217
255,488

PARKS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Adirondack Park Agency
Environmental Conservation, Department of
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Office of
Functional Total

3,779
188,153
5,454
138,928
336,314

3,730
172,343
0
130,938
307,011

3,703
171,652
0
134,685
310,040

3,774
175,327
0
131,482
310,583

3,858
178,057
0
133,586
315,501

3,859
180,494
0
135,419
319,772

48,313
9,818
58,131

49,216
9,022
58,238

50,274
10,251
60,525

51,038
10,499
61,537

53,476
10,775
64,251

54,391
10,781
65,172

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

1,931
267,998
1,438
0
266,560
19,738
441
290,108

1,357
267,361
0
0
267,361
17,867
456
287,041

1,427
257,610
0
29,803
227,807
17,417
472
276,926

1,427
273,397
0
39,303
234,094
17,269
472
292,565

1,457
295,199
0
55,903
239,296
17,284