2023 Legislative Session Fiscal Note Response Template
When a state agency has been asked to furnish fiscal note information to the Division of the Budget, the following form must be used by all state agencies. If you have any questions regarding the information requested, please contact your budget analyst.
Fiscal Note Request Template–2023 Session (Posted: 12/13/2022)
FY 2024 Budget Instructions with Budget Cost Indices
Agencies should use these updated instructions for making revisions to its FY 2023 budget, as well as its request for FY 2024 (and FY 2025 for biennial agencies), as advised by the Division of the Budget.
Budget Instructions–FY 2024 (Including Budget Cost Indices)—UPDATED 7.28.2022–The KPERS Cost Indices for FY 2025 were certified.
Biennial Agency–Salary Calculator–FY2025–This salary calculator for biennial state agencies can be used to estimate salaries for FY 2025 for IBARS entry.
FY 2024 Capital Improvement Budget Forms for State Agencies
The FY 2024 Capital Improvement Budget Instructions to State Agencies and updated forms are now available for download.
Blank Capital DA418A and B–FY2024 Cycle–(Excel File) Posted 05/23/2022
Kansas Rules & Regulations–Economic Impact Statement for the Division of the Budget
2022 HB 2087 changed the approval process for proposed agency rules and regulations. The following links contain the new Economic Impact Statement form, as well as a description of the revised rules and regulations process and implementation steps for rules and regulations currently in the process of being adopted before the effective date of 2022 HB 2087:
Economic Impact Statement–Rules and Regulations–05.03.2022
HB2087 Implementation for Regs in Process–05.03.2022
Basics of Budgeting Seminar
On August 5, 2021, the Division of the Budget hosted a virtual “Basics of Budgeting” seminar via Microsoft Teams for state agency staff members who are new to the state budgeting process. Seminar topics that were covered include the budget cycle, terminology, allocations, and budget mechanics.
Basics of State Budgeting Seminar—(Note: This link will open up the video in YouTube)