FY 2020 Budget Instructions with Budget Cost Indices

The revised Budget Instructions for the next budget cycle are now available. Agencies should use these updated instructions for making revisions to its FY 2019 budget, as well as its request for FY 2020 and FY 2021, as advised by the Division of the Budget.

FY 2020 Budget Instructions–UPDATE 10-04-2018 (PDF)  UPDATES–10-04-2018: The employer contribution rate for Judges retirement on page 97 was corrected by KPERS.  08-27-2018: Corrections were made to the footer on page 99 and the KITO section on page 102.  The document now includes the final certified KPERS retirement rates for FY 2021 on page 93 and 94, as well as an updated narrative example on pages 57-59 to reflect the agency budget subprogram narrative.

Salary_Calculator_FY_2021-8-29-2018 (Excel)  This spreadsheet calculates salary and fringe benefits to be entered into IBARS for FY 2021.–UPDATED on 8-29-2018 to correct a formula error in calculator #2.

Budget Subprogram Narrative Form (Word)  On Page 30 and 31 of the FY 2020 Budget Instructions, the Division of the Budget requires agencies to submit, at a minimum, subprogram narrative tables if any were created as a result of the Performance Based Budgeting initiative.  The above “budget subprogram narrative form” should be included with your agency’s budget submission for this purpose.

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

2018 HB 2280 requires the Director of the Budget (Chief Budget Officer) to approve each proposed agency rule and regulation by reviewing the economic impact statement of the rule and regulation before the proposal is submitted to the Secretary of Administration and the Attorney General.  The following Agency Economic Impact Statement Form is required to be used for this process.

Rules and Regulations–Agency Economic Impact Form–(Microsoft Word) UPDATED 09/25/2018

Rules and Regulations–Agency Public Hearing Certification–(Microsoft Word) Posted:  08/06/2018

Basics of State Budgeting Training

The Division of the Budget offers Basics of State Budgeting Training to agency personnel responsible for budget development who are new to the state budgeting process.  The following presentation reflects the most recent information provided by budget staff at the training session held in August 2018.  If you have any questions regarding the information contained in the presentation, please contact your budget analyst.

Basics of State Budgeting–August 8, 2018 Presentation (PDF)

FY 2020 Capital Improvement Budget Instructions to State Agencies

The FY 2020 Capital Improvement Budget Instructions to State Agencies and updated forms are now available for download. Agencies should refer to this information when preparing the capital Improvement budget for submission to the Division of the Budget on 07/01/2018.

Budget Instructions–CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS–FY 2020 (PDF)

DA418a and DA418b—Capital Budget—BLANK FORMS (Excel)

Executive Order 18-07: Evaluating & Measuring Government Performance

On February 8, 2018, Governor Colyer signed Executive Order 18-17: Evaluating and Measuring Government Performance (EO 18-07) to (1) ensure that Kansas has the essential performance measures to determine the efficiency and effectiveness of state programs; (2) provide Kansas citizens a clear and transparent view of state agency performance through easy to read data visualizations and dashboards; (3) and provide state agencies with similar data visualizations and dashboards as additional tools to help manage program operations and outcomes.

Implementation Memo (PDF)

Performance Metrics Template (Excel)

2018 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.

2018 Legislative Session Fiscal Note Request Template–(Microsoft Word) Posted:  01/04/2018