Budget Management

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Alabama

The Executive Budget Office. The Executive Budget Office (EBO) is a division of the State of Alabama's Department of Finance and is operated under the direction of the Assistant Finance Director for Fiscal Operations.

Alaska

Office of Management and Budget. To ensure the state's financial resources are budgeted and managed in a way that produces results that advance the Governor's priorities.

Arizona

Office of Strategic Planning and Budgeting. To facilitate the effective and efficient allocation of resources in accordance with fiscally sound principles that will enable the Governor and state government to provide quality services to the citizens of Arizona.

Arkansas

Department of Finance and Administration: Office of Budget.  The Office of Budget is responsible for the Administration of the deficit prohibition law through implementation of the Annual Operations Plans for State Agencies, preparation of the State´s Biennial Budget and providing technical and fiscal expertise to the various branches and agencies of government.

California

Department of Finance. Serves as the Governor's chief fiscal policy advisor.  Promotes responsible resource allocation through the state's annual financial plan.  Ensures the financial integrity of the state.

Colorado

Office of State Budgeting and Planning. The primary role of OSPB is to provide the Governor with timely and complete information and recommendations so he can make sound public policy and budget decisions.

Connecticut

Office of Policy and Management. OPM serves as a staff agency reporting directly to the Governor, providing the information and analysis required to formulate public policy for the state and assisting state agencies and municipalities in implementing policy decisions on the Governor's behalf.

DC

Office of the Chief Financial Officer. The mission of the OCFO is to enhance the fiscal and financial stability, accountability and integrity of the Government of the District of Columbia.

Delaware

Office of Management and Budget. The Office of Management and Budget was established July 1, 2005 by Governor Minner as part of her vision for the most efficient and effective operation of central state government services.

Florida

Office of Policy and Budget. OPB provides coordinated planning, policy development, budgeting and evaluation in support of the Governor, State agencies and State Legislature pursuant to authority under the Florida Statutes; as well as providing departmental planning, policy and budgetary analyses and recommendations for the Executive Office of the Governor.

Georgia

Office of Planning and Budgeting. OPB was formally enacted to serve the Office of the Governor as a budget and planning unit through the Executive Reorganization act of 1972.  OPB provides valuable, accurate, and timely information to the Governor and other decision-makers as part of a continuing effort to improve the operation of state government.

Hawaii

Department of Budget and Finance. The Department of Budget and Finance, headed by the Director of Finance, administers the State budget, develops near- and long-term financial plans and strategies for the State, and provides programs for the improvement of management and financial management of State agencies.

Idaho

Budget and Policy Analysis Office. The Budget and Policy Analysis staff of the Legislative Services Office provides independent, non-partisan analytical support to the Joint Finance Appropriations Committee in setting the state budget each year. They coordinate hearings, compile budget information and work closely with Legislators in analyzing budget requests and agency performance, and developing funding options for each agency and institution.

Illinois

Office of Management and Budget. The Governor's Office of Management and Budget prepares the Governor's annual state budget and advises the Governor on the availability of revenues and the allocation of those resources to agency programs.

Indiana

State Budget Agency.  The State Budget Agency is charged with the duty and responsibility of serving as fiscal analyst, administrative budget officer, fiscal forecaster and fiscal policy advisor to the Governor.

Iowa

Fiscal Services. This website consists of the fiscal services provided by the Iowa General Assembly such as a yearly budget analysis.

Kansas

Division of the Budget. The Division of the Budget has central responsibility for the state budget process and management of state government. Within broad guidelines set by law, the Division issues instructions, regulations and directives that determine how state agencies propose and justify requests for expenditure authority.

Kentucky

Office of State Budget Director.  The OSBD mission statement is: to provide the Governor and the Commonwealth high quality analysis, sound advice, objective research, and management assistance in regard to the policy, budget, and economic issues facing the Commonwealth; and to ensure the fiscal integrity and continuity of Kentucky state government.

Louisiana

Office of Planning and Budget.  OPB has primary responsibility for implementation of performance-based budgeting in the Executive Branch of Louisiana state government.  This includes budget-related services (such as long- and short-term financial analysis and operating budget development, monitoring and control) and policy development, planning, accountability, and other management services (including the maintenance of a statewide performance database and integration of performance information into the budget development process.

Maine

Bureau of the Budget. The Bureau of the Budget provides budget and position planning, analysis and control in support of gubernatorial objectives and legislative intent. This website provides information for State of Maine employees who work on the budget as well as general information on the Governor's budget for the public.

Maryland

Department of Budget and Management. The Department of Budget and Management helps the Governor, State agencies, and their employees provide effective, efficient, and fiscally sound government to the citizens of Maryland.

Massachusetts

Fiscal Affairs Division.  The Fiscal Affairs Division develops the Governor’s budget recommendations for submission to the Legislature. The Division analyzes the projected fiscal impact of new and existing legislation to ensure that the Commonwealth’s projected revenues support the projected level of spending, and oversees spending authorized by the Legislature.

Michigan

Office of the Budget.  The State Budget Office is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the state budget including development of the Executive Budget recommendation, presentation of the budget to the Legislature and implementation of the budget after enactment.

Minnesota

Minnesota Management and Budget.  This Office was created in June of 2008 when it merged with the Department of Finance and Employee Relations.

Mississippi

Department of Finance and Administration. The Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration is the primary agency responsible for State government financial and administrative operations including employee payroll, vendor payments, employee insurance, construction, maintenance, and protection of State buildings in the Capitol Complex, financial information management systems, management of the State’s vehicle fleet, and numerous other related activities.

Missouri

Division of Budget and Planning. The Division of Budget and Planning assists the Commissioner of Administration and the Governor in management of the executive branch. The division analyzes budget policy issues and provides fiscal information to the commissioner, the governor's office, the General Assembly, Missouri's congressional delegation, and state, local, and federal agencies.

Montana

Office of Budget and Program Planning.   The Governor's Office of Budget and Program Planning provides expert fiscal advice to the Administration; communicates and implements fiscal policies of the Governor; and ensures sound fiscal management of state government through statutory oversight.

Nebraska

State Budget Division .  The Budget Division's mission is to provide quality fiscal policy analysis for the Governor and ensure the most effective and efficient use of public resources.

Nevada

Division of Budget and Planning.  The Budget Section is responsible for producing a fiscally sound Executive Budget that meets the functional goals of the state and missions of the individual agencies; providing direction to state agencies concerning the internal operations of state government; and providing responsible budgetary oversight.

New Hampshire

Budget Office. The Budget office provides fiscal, budget and administrative oversight to all State Agencies and ensure compliance with RSAs, Administrative Rules, Federal laws and regulations as required for each individual agency.

New Jersey

Office of Management and Budget. To provide strategic direction and financing alternatives to guide the prudent allocation of limited resources within the policy framework set by the Governor and to accurately implement and reflect the results of those decisions and subsequent financial transactions in the State Budget, in the State Accounting System, and in the State's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

New Mexico

Department of Finance and Administration. T he Department of Finance and Administration, State Budget Division, oversees and administers the New Mexico state budget. State Budget Division provides high quality, timely and easy to understand analysis and recommendations for agency budgets, legislation and performance issues. In addition, the division prepares and presents the Governor's annual budget recommendation to the New Mexico Legislature.

New York

Division of the Budget. The Division of the Budget (DOB) is charged with the responsibility of advising the Governor in matters that affect the financial health of the state. Our office assists in formulating the Governor’s budget proposal to the Legislature, offers policy recommendations on fiscal issues, and oversees the implementation of the final Enacted Budget.

North Carolina

Office of State Budget and Management. We deliver the highest quality state-wide budgetary, management, and information services by promoting and providing the most effective use of public resources, consistent with state law and the objectives of the administration.

North Dakota

Office of Management and Budget. The functions of the Office of Management and Budget includes  accounting, budgeting, payroll, financial reporting, facility management, human resources, risk management, central duplicating, state procurement, surplus property, and central supply.

Ohio

Office of Budget and Management. The mission of OBM is to provide financial management and policy analysis to help ensure the responsible use of state resources. In fulfilling its mission, OBM coordinates, develops, and monitors agency operating and capital budgets, and reviews, processes, and reports financial transactions made by state agencies.

Oklahoma

Office of State Finance. The Office of State Finance is responsible for producing the Governor's Executive Budget and the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, partnering in the implementation of the State of Oklahoma's Integrated Central Financial System (CORE), overseeing OneNet (Oklahoma government's largest Internet Service Provider), and managing OK.gov, the state's internet portal.

Oregon

Budget and Management Division. The purpose of the Budget and Management Division (BAM) is to give state leaders and the public objective and accurate information for the wise use of state resources.

Pennsylvania

Office of the Budget. The Office of the Budget is authorized by the Administrative Code of 1929; it is under the direct supervision of the Secretary of the Budget, who reports to the Governor. The Secretary of the Budget has overall responsibility for preparation of the Governor's budget and its implementation after legislative enactment and also for maintenance of the Commonwealth's uniform accounting, payroll and financial reporting systems.

Rhode Island

Budget Office. The Budget Office is headed by State Budget Officer Rosemary Booth Gallogly. The goal of the Budget Office is to provide sound staff advice to the Governor for the responsible financial management of state government, including evaluation of needed resources, analysis of state programs, priorities, and alternatives, and the optimum allocation of resources to meet policy and management goals for services to the people of Rhode Island.

South Carolina

Office of State Budget. Established as a separate entity in 1984, the Office of State Budget is responsible for the development and oversight of the process for preparing the annual state budget. This includes requests for funds, allocations of funds, and the responsible utilization of funds to achieve the needs of state government.

South Dakota

Bureau of Finance and Management.   To manage and coordinate the statutory functions of the Bureau of Finance and Management as they relate to serving as a liaison with the public and other governmental agencies of executive branch fiscal policy; To advise the Governor on overall fiscal policy and management procedures.

Tennessee

Department of Finance The department's mission is to provide continually improving financial and administrative support services which enhance state government's ability to improve the quality of life for Tennesseans.

Texas

Budget, Planning and Policy Division. The Budget, Planning and Policy Division advises the Governor regarding state fiscal matters in support of his statutory role as Texas' Chief budget officer. The division also: Prepares the Governor's biennial budget recommendations to the Legislature. Monitors state appropriations and operations. Analyzes fiscal and economic issues. Performs other duties determined by the Governor.

Legislative Budget Board. The Legislative Budget Board (LBB) is a permanent joint committee of the Texas Legislature that develops budget and policy recommendations for legislative appropriations for all agencies of state government, as well as completes fiscal analyses for proposed legislation. The LBB also conducts evaluations and reviews for the purpose of identifying and recommending changes that improve the efficiency and performance of state and local operations and finances.

Utah

Office of Planning and Budget. The Governor's Office of Planning and Budget provides leadership for the initiatives of the Governor and meets customer information, budgeting, planning, strategy, and issue coordination needs by providing accurate and timely data, impartial analyses, and objective recommendations.

Vermont

Joint Fiscal Office. The primary mission of the office is to provide financial support services to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees, the House Ways & Means Committee, and the Senate Finance Committee.

Virginia

Department of Planning and Budget. We advise the Governor in the prudent allocation of public resources and promote the development and implementation of fiscal, legislative, and regulatory policies that maximize empowerment of Virginia's citizens and minimize their dependence on government.

Washington

Office of Financial Management. The Office of Financial Management provides vital information, fiscal services and policy support that the Governor, legislature and state agencies need to serve the people of Washington State.

West Virginia

State Budget Office. Responsible for preparing the Executive Budget document on behalf of the Governor; preparing cash flow estimates and monthly revenue reports; establishing expenditure allotments; and functioning as staff agency to the Governor for budgetary issues.

Wisconsin

Division of Executive Budget and Finance. One of the chief duties of the Department of Administration is to provide the governor with fiscal management information and the policy alternatives required for preparation of Wisconsin's biennial budget.

Wyoming

Budget Division. The mission of the Budget Division is to provide assistance and technical expertise to the Governor, the Legislature, and state agencies on the allocation of state resources to best accomplish the goals and objectives of government programs.