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Charts – State Operating Funds Spending by Financial Plan Category

CASH DISBURSEMENTS BY FINANCIAL PLAN CATEGORY
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
(millions of dollars)
FY 2017
Results
FY 2018
Update
FY 2019
Projected
FY 2020
Projected
FY 2021
Projected
Local Assistance Grants 64,369 66,053 68,844 72,006 74,712
School Aid (School Year Basis) 24,689 25,727 26,827 27,950 29,260
DOH Medicaid 1 18,243 19,085 20,135 21,162 21,990
Transportation 4,977 5,024 5,077 5,185 5,249
STAR 3,139 2,630 2,520 2,453 2,437
Higher Education 2,874 2,832 3,080 3,156 3,206
Social Services 2,935 2,964 3,044 3,197 3,280
Mental Hygiene 2,461 2,487 2,936 3,212 3,424
All Other 2 5,051 5,304 5,225 5,691 5,866
State Operations 18,680 18,785 19,133 19,549 20,268
Personal Service 13,093 13,037 13,251 13,614 14,278
Non-Personal Service 5,587 5,748 5,882 5,935 5,990
General State Charges 7,634 7,978 8,485 8,999 9,604
Pension Contribution 2,446 2,460 2,526 2,585 2,749
Health Insurance 3,708 3,956 4,189 4,495 4,810
All Other 1,480 1,562 1,770 1,919 2,045
Debt Service 5,514 5,288 6,310 7,004 7,257
Capital Projects 2 0 0 0 0
Total Disbursements 3 96,199 98,104 102,772 107,558 111,841
1Includes the Essential Plan (EP), which is an insurance plan for individuals who are not eligible for Medicaid and who meet certain income threshold standards.  The EP is not a Medicaid program; however, State-funded support is managed within total DOH Medicaid Global Cap resources.  In addition, total State share Medicaid funding includes the utilization of tobacco MSA proceeds which will be directly deposited to the MMIS Escrow Fund to cover a portion of local Medicaid growth.
2All Other includes other education, parks, environment, economic development, public safety, and reconciliation between school year and State fiscal year spending on School aid.
3Before actions to adhere to the 2 percent benchmark.