Charts – State Operating Funds Spending by Financial Plan Category

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FINANCIAL PLAN CATEGORY
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2023 Projected FY 2024 Projected FY 2025 Projected FY 2026 Projected FY 2027 Projected
Local Assistance Grants 83,271 89,417 93,707 97,517 101,420
School Aid (School Year Basis)1 31,250 34,386 35,707 37,165 38,668
DOH Medicaid2 25,423 27,300 29,882 32,164 33,907
Transportation 4,572 5,216 4,920 4,921 4,919
STAR 1,781 1,717 1,610 1,562 1,535
Higher Education 2,947 3,091 3,215 3,284 3,365
Social Services 5,122 4,388 4,912 4,558 4,620
Mental Hygiene3 4,985 6,468 5,839 5,839 6,079
All Other4 7,191 6,851 7,622 8,024 8,327
State Operations 20,913 22,259 22,194 23,500 23,721
Personal Service 15,581 15,862 15,934 16,075 16,234
Non-Personal Service 5,332 6,397 6,260 7,425 7,487
General State Charges 10,028 10,010 11,326 12,296 13,906
Pension Contribution 2,087 2,287 2,888 3,693 4,550
Health Insurance 5,922 5,551 6,171 6,279 6,958
All Other 2,019 2,172 2,267 2,324 2,398
Debt Service 8,491 3,498 4,270 5,438 5,413
Total Disbursements 122,703 125,184 131,497 138,751 144,460
1Does not reflect a significant amount of Federal CRRSA and ARP Act funding for school districts to be distributed over multiple years, such as prekindergarten expansion grants supported by ARP Act funding that appear on the School Aid run.
2Total State share Medicaid spending is offset by the benefit of eFMAP of 6.2 percent.  
3Multi-year estimates exclude a portion of spending reported under the Medicaid Global Cap that has no impact on mental hygiene service delivery or operations.
4All Other includes education, parks, environment, economic development, and public safety, as well as the reconciliation between school year and State fiscal year spending on School Aid.