Charts – State Operating Funds Spending by Financial Plan Category

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FINANCIAL PLAN CATEGORY
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2021 Actuals FY 2022 Projected FY 2023 Projected FY 2024 Projected FY 2025 Projected
Local Assistance Grants 65,087 76,878 79,362 83,045 85,990
School Aid (School Year Basis)1 26,515 29,505 31,913 34,874 36,186
DOH Medicaid2 19,641 21,995 25,296 26,236 27,000
Transportation 3,648 3,792 4,195 4,196 4,196
STAR 2,027 1,979 1,851 1,743 1,636
Higher Education 3,313 2,943 3,034 3,102 3,173
Social Services 3,023 3,348 3,185 3,305 3,311
Mental Hygiene3 1,914 4,521 4,291 4,197 4,479
All Other4 5,006 8,795 5,597 5,392 6,009
State Operations 18,006 19,668 19,613 19,735 20,056
Personal Service 12,355 14,849 14,223 14,326 14,411
Non-Personal Service 5,651 4,819 5,390 5,409 5,645
General State Charges 7,918 9,424 10,053 10,640 11,852
Pension Contribution 3,406 2,610 2,658 3,066 3,789
Health Insurance 4,415 4,736 5,103 5,483 5,893
All Other 97 2,078 2,292 2,091 2,170
Debt Service 13,196 6,707 5,863 6,440 6,878
Total Disbursements 104,207 112,677 114,891 119,860 124,776
1Does not reflect a significant amount of Federal funding to school districts to be distributed over multiple years.
2Total State share Medicaid funding is reported prior to the spending offset from the application of Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) payments, which are deposited directly to a Medicaid Escrow Fund to cover a portion of the State’s takeover of Medicaid costs for counties and New York City. The value of the offset is reported in “All Other” local assistance disbursements. Spending is offset by the benefit of enhanced eFMAP of 6.2 percent for 5 quarters in FY 2021, and 3 quarters in FY 2022.
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 MSA payment offset, and a reconciliation between school year and State fiscal year spending on School Aid.