FY 2026 Capital Improvement Budget Forms for State Agencies

The FY 2026 Capital Improvement Budget Instructions to State Agencies and updated forms are now available for download.

Blank_Capital_DA418A_and_B-FY2026_Cycle–(Excel File)–Posted 05.23.2024

Kansas Rules & Regulations–Economic Impact Statement for the Division of the Budget

The 2024 Legislature enacted HB 2648 that made various changes to the process for the adoption of administrative rules and regulations by state agencies.  The law will generally prohibit the adoption of any rule or regulation that the economic impact statement indicates $1.0 million or more in implementation or compliance costs that are reasonably expected to be incurred by or passed along to businesses, local governments, or individuals during the initial five-year period following the adoption of the rule or regulation, unless the rule or regulation has been ratified by the Legislature by the enactment of a bill.  This requirement would not apply to temporary rules and regulations, rules and regulations proposed because of a federal mandate, or rules and regulations of the Kansas Agricultural Remediation Board.  The text of the law can be found here and the supplemental note from the Kansas Legislative Research Department can be found here.  The changes will become effective upon publication of the statute book (July 1, 2024).

The Division of the Budget, Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the Department of Administration are working diligently to outline the new procedures, along with the various updated forms that will be required.  This law change will affect agencies that have rules and regulations in process of being approved.  The following information is being provided for those agencies that currently have rules and regulations in process:

2024 HB 2648 Information for Agencies that have Rules and Regulations in Process–05.22.2024

The Division of the Budget will soon make available forms and information on this webpage to comply with 2024 HB 2648.

The following contains information that is valid before 2024 HB 2648 becomes law on July 1, 2024:

Economic Impact Statement–Rules and Regulations
Revised_Rules_and_Regulations_Process–05.04.2022
HB2087 Implementation for Regs in Process–05.03.2022

2024 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 Response Template–2024 Session–Updated: 04/15/2024 (Added footer with effective date of template)

FY 2025 Budget Instructions with Budget Cost Indices

Agencies should use these updated instructions for making revisions to its FY 2024 budget, as well as its request for FY 2025, as advised by the Division of the Budget.

Budget Instructions–FY 2025 (Including Budget Cost Indices)–UPDATED–07.18.2023CORRECTED 07.18.2023–Page 90 had an incorrect unemployment assessment rate for FY 2025 and Page 93 had an incorrect FY 2024 cost for the federally allowable rent in the Landon State Office Building.

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)