Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 1 Fiscal Year 2008

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY2008

All Government Areas - Summary




FISCAL YEAR 2008 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
GOVERNMENT AREA
FY 2008
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2008
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2008
Total
Spending

FY 2008
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Judiciary 744,978 1,897 746,875 117,312
Independents 3,914,494 2,506,043 6,420,537 1,126,176
Administration & Finance 1,345,533 1,582,566 2,928,099 529,504
Energy & Environmental Affairs 220,219 114,329 334,548 102,102
Early Education & Care 509,854 700 510,554 194,442
Health & Human Services 12,980,398 1,517,479 14,497,877 6,519,570
Transportation 193,775 52,982 246,756 447,524
Housing & Economic Development 206,349 425,184 631,533 107,218
Library Commissioners 31,410 3,649 35,059 2
Labor & Workforce Development 70,502 2,086,361 2,156,863 26,014
Education 4,257,669 869,215 5,126,884 7,897
Higher Education 1,027,805 2,761,786 3,789,590 88,570
Public Safety 1,150,771 184,693 1,335,464 81,006
Legislature 59,232 0 59,232 0
TOTAL 26,712,989 12,106,883 38,819,872 9,347,338


Pie Chart: Independents=15%, Administration & Finance=5%, Health & Human Services=48%, Education=16%, Government Areas that are Less than 5% of Total=16%


HISTORICAL EMPLOYMENT LEVELS
Government Area
June
2004

June
2005

June
2006

Jan.
2007

Projected
FY08
Judiciary 7,175 7,435 7,630 7,917 7,957
Independents 6,361 6,485 6,698 6,881 7,263
Administration & Finance 2,729 2,848 2,929 2,947 3,097
Energy & Environmental Affairs 2,104 2,108 2,201 2,192 2,314
Early Education & Care 0 0 164 194 203
Health & Human Services 20,710 21,116 21,055 21,079 21,377
Transportation 1,148 1,139 1,078 1,060 1,286
Housing & Economic Development 547 580 585 590 607
Library Commissioners 12 11 12 13 13
Labor & Workforce Development 380 389 384 376 418
Education 223 241 266 271 288
Higher Education 11,844 13,198 12,932 14,340 12,916
Public Safety 7,961 8,109 8,430 8,454 8,513
Legislature 1,027 1,053 1,076 1,041 1,041
TOTAL 62,221 64,713 65,439 67,355 67,292

* Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) that paid from budgeted funds and are considered standard workforce.

* FY08 FTE figures are approximate and do not represent maximum allowable hires.