Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

2014-15 Executive Budget

Governor’s Presentation

The State’s budget process is governed primarily by Article VII of the New York State Constitution. Article VII requires the Governor to submit a budget detailing a plan of expenditures and an estimate of revenues for the upcoming fiscal year, bills containing all proposed appropriations and reappropriations, and other legislation needed to implement the Executive Budget.

Briefing Book

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Briefing Book

The Executive Budget Briefing Book (PDF) contains the Budget Director’s Message, which presents the Governor’s fiscal blueprint for the 2014-2015 fiscal year and explains the State’s Financial Plan. It also includes highlights of major initiatives, and a list of the legislative proposals needed to implement the proposed budget.

5-Year Financial Plan

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Five-Year Financial Plan

The Five-Year Financial Plan summarizes the Governor’s Executive Budget and describes the “complete plan” of spending and revenues required by the Constitution.

5-Year Capital Plan

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Five-Year Capital Program and Financing Plan

The Five-Year Capital Program and Financing Plan (PDF) highlights major capital initiatives and objectives and describes the approach to financing the capital program.

Economic and Revenue Outlook

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Economic and Revenue Outlook

The Economic and Revenue Outlook (PDF) explains the specific sources of State revenues and presents the economic outlook for the nation and the State.

State Agency Appropriations

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State Agency Presentations

The Agency Presentations section presents tables that summarize the agency’s spending by program and category. The budget requests of the Legislature and Judiciary are submitted

Budget Legislation

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Budget Legislation

When the Governor submits the Executive Budget to the legislature, bills are also submitted containing all proposed appropriations and reappropriations included in the budget, and any other legislation needed to implement the budget.

Open Budget

OPENBUDGET.ny.gov is New York’s one-stop site for budget information, featuring graphic visualizations and easy data downloads and displays of appropriations, budgeted and actual spending, charts, and historical budget information.