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Financial Reports and Budgetary Information
The State's annual audited financial statements produced in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Budget documents as submitted by the Governor to the Vermont State Legislature.
State budget documents published on the Vermont Legislature's website.
The Commissioner of Finance and Management, in collaboration with the Secretary of Commerce and Community Development, submits an annual Unified Economic Development Budget and prepare a report on economic development assistance, tax impacts, performance measurements, and job creation, for purposes of evaluating the effect on economic development.
Report of payments made by the State of Vermont to a municipality during a six-month period. Clicking the link above will redirect you to the Town Reports page where the municipality and time period may be selected.
Monthly press releases pertaining to the current status of the State's General, Education and Transportation Fund revenues.
The State revises the Consensus Revenue Forecast at least twice a year, in January and July, or more often as deemed necessary. Clicking the link above will redirect you to the report prepared by the Administration’s economists.
The Department of Taxes prepares biennial reports on expenditures in the individual income, corporate income, sales and use, meals and rooms, and property tax categories. The link above is for the reports which are on the Department of Taxes website.
Statewide quarterly reports of payments to outside organizations. These reports begin with SFY 2010 and include the name and state of the organization, the paying agency/department, the expense account, and the total amount paid during that quarter.
Statewide report of service contracts for a fiscal year.
The Cash Management Improvement Act is federal legislation providing general rules and procedures for the efficient transfer of Federal financial assistance between the US Treasury and State governments.
The SWCAP is a federally approved indirect overhead cost rate. The plan allocates these statewide overhead costs to operating departments in accordance with OMB Circular A-87. These costs are then allowable costs to federal programs which allows them to pay their "fair share" of statewide overhead costs.
Annual report of federal grants issued by State of Vermont agencies and departments.
The Schedule of Expenditure of Federal Awards. This report is part of the State's annual single audit report.
Other Reports & Publications
Quarterly internal control newsletters intended to educate and inform State of Vermont agencies and departments about internal control issues and practices.