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In accordance with the Restructuring Act of 2014, effective July 1, 2014, the State Budget Division is
eliminated and its functions divided among two offices newly created:
Some pages within this site may not yet reflect these changes.
- The Executive Budget Office, a stand-alone agency reporting to the Governor's Office, now performs
many of the former Budget Division's responsibilities, including development and oversight of the process
for preparing the annual state budget. Beginning July 1, 2015, the Executive Budget Office will become a
component of the new Department of Administration.
- The Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office consists of the Division of Research and Statistics and Board of
Economic Advisors. The director of the State Budget Division now works within the Revenue and Fiscal
Affairs Office. Functions of the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office include preparing fiscal and revenue
impact statements on proposed legislation and assisting the General Assembly and the House Ways and
Means and Senate Finance Committees in the development of the annual general appropriations act.
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