Table 7.13

All Other Expenditures – Capital Inclusive (In millions of dollars)


  Actual Fiscal 2019 Actual Fiscal 2020 Estimated Fiscal 2021
FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
General Fund Federal Funds Other State
Funds
Bonds Total General Fund Federal Funds Other State
Funds
Bonds Total General Fund Federal Funds Other State
Funds
Bonds Total
Total$232,076$133,002$235,172$18,039

$618,289

$252,501$220,168$241,836$16,612$731,526$269,192$378,160$271,125$18,837$937,314
01Alabama (a)1,4442,3843,29241

7,161

2,1913,2803,699369,2061,0483,5814,038698,736
02Alaska2,7768578780

4,511

2,7191,71280805,2393,6462,7291,18507,560
04Arizona2,1814,4162,8100

9,407

2,6814,3872,51909,5872,002177,83109,850
05Arkansas5658267,06354

8,508

6122,2967,3035610,2675853,5907,6655111,891
06California (b)32,62719,55728,7753,678

84,637

31,58065,86829,9504,287131,68542,566158,22828,2145,078234,086
08Colorado3,9271,5176,7460

12,190

2,6452,4604,50909,6142,8416,2532,591011,685
09Connecticut9,9761,1021,8141,286

14,178

9,7781,1871,97741813,36010,4501,1871,97764414,258
10Delaware1,5444342,57072

4,620

1,5915212,639614,8121,5401,3632,826565,785
12Florida7,3109,0843,1101,205

20,709

8,15511,5342,1241,16222,9757,16313,0993,2931,18324,738
13Georgia5,2243,0504,614317

13,205

8,7124,3375,74724919,0458,3982,2374,66422915,528
15Hawaii4,5104501,864551

7,375

4,6599224,14066910,3905,2922,4867,20280415,784
16Idaho5338347050

2,072

1,2332,7381,20105,1721,2285,1441,96608,338
17Illinois20,3242,08711,281205

33,897

19,0762,10712,72672434,63321,0824,40913,72188640,098
18Indiana (c)2,5012,7591,4820

6,742

2,8872,5752,65108,1133,6765,9102,850012,436
19Iowa1,5741,5041,7957

4,880

1,6264,10673106,4631,6082,4242,59506,627
20Kansas1,1417821,744125

3,792

1,2037552,9492305,1371,3402,0502,3881155,893
21Kentucky2,7862,0182,2190

7,023

2,8445,2323,049011,1252,8396,3832,574011,796
22Louisiana2,3702,0335,49351

9,947

2,1342,1732,13306,4402,8523,8943,656010,402
23Maine (d)1,0004531,39921

2,873

1,0261,5211,508244,0791,0562,2111,762145,043
24Maryland (e)4,5451,2334,135548

10,461

5,3123,3173,19338912,2115,1194,6324,52039614,667
25Massachusetts11,2334,3949,2231,251

26,101

11,5455,8229,66598828,02013,7896,6079,0671,25530,718
26Michigan3,8115,6037,81896

17,328

3,0467,4507,60510818,2094,3148,4393,98216516,900
27Minnesota5,9132,8831,815241

10,852

6,3293,4221,95835712,0666,4114,6675,01929616,393
28Mississippi1,5241,710545703

4,482

1,5691,8538254024,6491,6553,5581,0708097,092
29Missouri (f)2,3941,9601,86579

6,298

2,3302,7281,760356,8532,3623,9981,69078,057
30Montana7128839290

2,524

7131,0731,59603,3827223,3171,71405,753
31Nebraska9973652,6530

4,015

1,1403572,96104,4581,0661,6133,06105,740
32Nevada1,3441,1644,39437

6,939

1,0051,1614,21406,3801,1191,4884,45207,059
33New Hampshire43958378365

1,870

6321,152658392,4815661,580719132,878
34New Jersey12,6113,2742,57376

18,534

12,4044,3842,52830619,62214,6315,9753,15211623,874
35New Mexico1,4461,6442,270135

5,495

1,6301,4022,2862065,5241,7031,4332,3551725,663
36New York (g)24,83712,0999,7193,106

49,761

26,47512,2296,7952,76048,25927,96417,83412,0923,20861,098
37North Carolina4,5911,7413,621110

10,063

4,9938,13460112113,8495,1522,7062,2449410,196
38North Dakota3753541,0740

1,803

5115151,478172,5215611,0621,497413,161
39Ohio (h)4,2822,74514,0841,745

22,856

4,4893,44816,12054224,5994,4605,80916,22744626,942
40Oklahoma1,8142,4361,921201

6,372

2,0592,7922,0482547,1531,8104,0323,4972869,625
41Oregon2,4913,07317,71197

23,372

3,5295,16118,26015927,1093,27211,72120,4338635,512
42Pennsylvania7,1076,71810,304198

24,327

7,5788,84511,44019828,0617,4488,19611,07929527,018
44Rhode Island1,1028871,06584

3,138

1,2882,1701,3001804,9381,3254,5941,4521857,556
45South Carolina2,5681,8091,51017

5,904

2,5861,8811,587306,0842,5964,1811,69628,475
46South Dakota35536352828

1,274

408519503161,4464831,81453402,831
47Tennessee2,9093,2962,22031

8,456

3,1633,9442,23709,3444,00611,6912,365018,062
48Texas10,4545,1384,679532

20,803

17,6242,5544,82937825,38515,6893,3585,45450925,010
49Utah1,5401,1652,4260

5,131

1,2901,4651,69304,4481,5304,2232,18707,940
50Vermont65847015780

1,365

559664241631,5276811,475177482,381
51Virginia6,7552,2769,812367

19,210

6,9743,06214,44252625,0047,2755,57917,76359831,215
53Washington3,9293,1634,887599

12,578

4,3983,8325,10562213,9574,9647,9535,85968119,457
54West Virginia5273426,1950

7,064

5512336,01806,8025584375,90706,902
55Wisconsin3,7252,60013,3690

19,694

3,8213,11113,587020,5193,9796,50315,632026,114
56Wyoming7754841,2330

2,492

7764941,23202,5027704901,23102,491
11Dist. of Columbia4,268632802314

6,016

4,4221,2837084096,822N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Source:

National Association of State Budget Officers, 2021 Expenditure Report.

Notes:

1. Small dollar amounts, when rounded, cause an aberration in the percentage increase. In these instances, the actual dollar amounts should be consulted to determine the exact percentage increase.

2. “State funds” refers to general funds plus other state fund spending. State spending from bonds is excluded.

3. “Total funds” refers to funding from all sources — general fund, federal funds, other state funds and bonds. For all states, Medicaid reflects provider taxes, fees, assessments, donations, and local funds in Other State Funds.

Key:

N/A — Not available.

Footnotes:

(a)

Capital expenditures from Federal and Other State Funds are not reported separately; combined amounts are included in the Other State Funds.

(b)

The Fiscal 2021 increase in Other Federal Funds is primarily due to an $89B increase in Unemployment Insurance Benefit payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

(c)

Expenditure amounts for TANF now exclude the approximately $61M transfer to Child Care Development Fund (CCDF) program. CCDF federal expenditures are included in “All Other” category.

(d)

In FY21, COVID Coronavirus Relief Funds were used to cover payroll costs for certain law enforcement employees in accordance with US Treasury guidelines for public safety employees.

(e)

Because of a data presentation issue in Maryland’s budget system, FY2019 expenditures for “All Other” federal and state funds had to be adjusted, moving $1,026 million from state funds to federal funds.

(f)

Some community mental health and developmentally disabled programs are included in Medicaid.

(g)

All Other Federal Funds spending increased in FY 2021 due to the receipt of Federal Funding provided in response to COVID 19 including the Coronavirus Relief Fund and Lost Wages Assistance. All Other “Other State Funds” increased in FY 2021 primarily due to the repayment of $4.5 billion of PIT notes, which were issued during FY 2021 to help manage the adverse cash flow impact that resulted from the Federal extension of tax filing deadlines in response to the pandemic. State employee pensions and benefits are not included in the General Fund reporting of each expenditure category, but rather are included in “All Other”.

(h)

While employer contributions to current employees’ pensions and employer contributions to employee health benefits are included in the expenditure totals, agencies do not receive specific appropriations for these purposes. Some expenditures in community and institutional care for the developmentally disabled are included in the Medicaid totals. Most of the expenditures of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency occur outside of the state financial system and are excluded from the housing totals.