Scott D. Pattison
October 9-10 in Alexandria, Virginia (located just outside Washington, DC)
New report highlights State Experiences & Lessons Learned
The spring edition details governors’ proposed budgets. With data gathered from all 50 state budget offices, the report provides narrative analysis of the fiscal condition of the states and data summaries of state general fund revenues, expenditures, and balances.
This report delivers information such as how states make decisions to invest in new facilities or maintain old ones; ways states distinguish infrastructure spending from day to day operating expenses; criteria for project financing strategies and options for funding infrastructure; efforts to mitigate fiscal risks from debt issuance, and more.
This annual report examines spending in the functional areas of state budgets: elementary and secondary education, higher education, public assistance, Medicaid, corrections, transportation, and all other. It also includes data on the State Children’s Health Insurance Program and on revenue sources in state general funds.
NASBO in the News
- States Plan Slowest Spending Increase Since Recession (June 12)
- State Spending, Growth, Expected to Rise Slightly (June 12)
- U.S. states greet new fiscal year with modest spending growth (June 12)
- Governors Remain Cautious on Spending, Even as Tax Collections Grow (June 12)
- NASBO: State Spending Will Slow in 2015 (June 12)
- Though Revenue Growth is Slowing, States See More Budget Stability, Report Says (December 10)
- State Fiscal Picture Brightens, but Uncertainty Lingers (December 10)
- States Cut Taxes, Increase Spending as Economy Improves (December 10)
- Recession Still Not Totally in Rearview for States (December 10)
- US states expect tiny revenue increase this fiscal year (December 10)
- NASBO: States Improving but Fiscal Rebuilding Remains Slow (December 10)
- State Spending Dips As Stimulus Money Dries Up (November 21)
- NASBO Reports Total State Spending Fell 1.7% in Fiscal 2012 (November 21)
- U.S. States Likely Spent More in Fiscal 2013 as Revenues Rose (November 22)