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Current Reports

    • FY 2014-15 University Tuition Restraint Compliance [129K], August 28, 2014. Prepared by Kyle I. Jen, Deputy Director. This memo discusses the FY 2014-15 University Tuition Restraint Compliance.
    • Legislative Analysis - Wolf Hunt Initiative [48K], August 22, 2014. Prepared by Josh Roesner, Legislative Analyst, Chris Couch, Associate Director, Viola Bay Wild, Senior Fiscal Analyst. This Legislative Analysis gives information on the Wolf Hunt Initiative.
    • Fiscal Focus: Vehicle Registration Primer [128K], August 21, 2014. Prepared by William E. Hamilton, Senior Fiscal Analyst. This publication presents a detailed description and analysis of the major vehicle registration provisions of the Michigan Vehicle Code.
    • Changes in State Appropriations [249K], August 19, 2014. Prepared by Kyle, I. Jen, Deputy Director. This memo provides information on changes in state appropriation amounts over the last decade. The end point for all comparisons is the FY 2014-15 state budget as initially enacted through Public Acts 196 and 252 of 2014.
    • Economic and Revenue Report [159K] August 15, 2014. Prepared by Mary Ann Cleary, Director and Jim Stansell, Senior Economist.
    • Transportation Funding in Michigan [468K], August 2014. Prepared by William E. Hamilton, Senior Fiscal Analyst. This presentation was given at the Kalamazoo County Road Commission on Transportation Funding in Michigan.
    • Appropriations: Summary and Analysis, FY 2014-15 [1.59K], July 2014.
    • Reports Required by Boilerplate FY 2014-15 [766K], July 2014. This publication lists reports required by boilerplate in FY 2014-15 appropriation acts.
    • University Performance Funding Formula [150K], July 21, 2014. Prepared by Kyle I. Jen, Deputy Director. This memo gives information on the University Performance Funding Formula.
    • Ballot Proposal 1 of 2014 - Referendum on Public Act 80 of 2014: Personal Property Tax Phase-Out [85K], July 14, 2014. Prepared by Chris Couch, Legislative Analyst, Jim Stansell, Senior Economist, Adam Derosiers, Economist and Bethany Wicksall, Associate Director. This document gives an analysis of Proposal 1 of 2014: Personal Property Tax Phase Out.
    • Revenue Sharing Payments to Cities, Villages, and Townships [1,112K], July 1, 2014. Prepared by Jim Stansell, Senior Economist. This document provides final FY 2012-13 and estimated FY 2013-14 Constitutional and Economic Vitality and Incentive Program (EVIP) payments to cities, villages, and townships (CVTs). In addition, estimated FY 2014-15 Constitutional and CVT revenue sharing payments, as enacted in 2014 PA 252, are included.
    • Revenue State Source and Distribution [556K], prepared by Jim Stansell, Senior Economist, June 2014. This report provides information on the source and distribution of revenue for the State of Michigan, and includes final FY 2012-13 and estimated FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15 revenue. Estimates in this report are based on revenue amounts agreed to at the May 2014 Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference and revenue detail in the FY 2014-15 enacted budget.
    • Budget Stablization Fund Memo [250K], May 21, 2014. Prepared by Kyle I. Jen, Deputy Director and Jim Stansell, Senior Economist. This memorandum provides updated estimates for the ending balance of the state's Budget Stablization Fund (BSF) based on recent legislative actions.
    • Constitutional Revenue Sharing Payments to Cities, Villages, and Townships [706K], May 21, 2014. Prepared by Jim Stansell. This document provides detailed estimates of final FY 2012-13 and estimated FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15 Constitutional revenue sharing payments to cities, villages, and townships, revised to reflect the estimates of the May 15, 2014 Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference.
    • Michigan Department of Transportation Staffing Levels [933K], May 16, 2014. This memo provides information on the staffing levels for the Michigan Department of Transportation.
    • Consensus Revenue Agreement, Final Summary [49K], May 16, 2014. This memo provides a summation of the agreements reached at the May 2014 conference. These consensus estimates will be reviewed or updated at the January 2015 conference.
    • Consensus Revenue Agreement, Executive Summary [48K], May 15, 2014 Economic and Revenue forecasts for fiscal years 2014, 2015 and 2016.
    • Economic Outlook and Revenue Estimates for Michigan FY 2013-14 Through FY 2015-16 [173K], May 13, 2014. Prepared by Jim Stansell, Senior Economist. This report includes a national and State economic forecast for calendar year (CY) 2013 through CY 2016. It also presents final General Fund/General Purpose (GF/GP) and School Aid Fund (SAF) revenue for fiscal year FY 2012-13 and revised estimates for FY 2013-14 through FY 2015-16. Estimates reported herein will be presented to the Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference on May 15, 2014, and will be used to facilitate the consensus estimating process.
    • Economic and Revenue Report [159K] April 14, 2014. Prepared by Mary Ann Cleary, Director and Jim Stansell, Senior Economist.(Revised)
    • Tuition Grant Program [34K], Prepared by Kyle I. Jen, Deputy Director, March 19, 2014. This memo to the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Higher Education provides background information on the Tuition Grant Program established by Public Act 313 of 1966.
    • Agriculture Equine Industry Development Fund Memo [59K], Prepared by Paul Holland, Fiscal Analyst, March 10, 2014. This memo discusses the Agriculture Equine Industry Development Fund.
    • FY 2013-14 Appropriation Report, Department of Community Health, Public Act 59 of 2013 (Article IV), FY 2012-13 and FY 2013-14 [366K], Prepared by Margaret Alston, Matthew Ellsworth, Susan Frey and Steve Stauff, February 27, 2014.
    • Review and Analysis: FY 2014-15 and FY 2015-16 Executive Budget Recommendation [157K], February, 2014. In this publication, the Director's Overview provides information on revenue sources and appropriations proposed in the Executive Budget Recommendation for FY 2014-15 and FY 2015-16. It also provides summary charts and tables of appropriations and fund sources in the proposed budget.
    • Public University Summary Data, Fiscal Years 2008-09 to 2012-13 [462K], February 5, 2014. This report covers the Public University Summary Data known as HEIDI for Fiscal Years 2008-2009 to 2012-13. Prepared by Kyle I. Jen, Deputy Director and Bill Bowerman, Senate Fiscal Agency.
    • FY 2014-15 Executive Budget Overview [68K], February 12, 2014. Prepared by Mary Ann Cleary, Director. This presentation is an overview of the FY 2014-15 Executive Budget, as presented to the House Appropriations Committee on February 12, 2014.
    • Proposed Executive Recommended Economic Vitality Incentive Program Changes for FY 2014-15 [49K], February 11, 2014. Prepared by Ben Gielczyk, Senior Fiscal Analyst and Jim Stansell, Senior Economist. This memorandum and accompanying attachment provide a summary of the proposed changes to the Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP) in the FY 2014-15 Executive Recommendation.
    • Changes in K-12 Funding [98K], February 11, 2014. Prepared by Mary Ann Cleary, Director and Bethany Wicksall, Associate Director. This memo gives detailed information on the Changes in K-12 Funding.
    • Preliminary Review of the FY 2014-15 and FY 2015-16 Executive Budget Recommendation [626K], February 10, 2014. This preliminary review provides a quick look at the Executive Budget Recommendation for FY 2014-15 and FY 2015-16.
    • Fiscal Forum: Community Mental Health Services in Michigan [529K], January 28, 2014. Prepared by Margaret Alston, Senior Fiscal Analyst. This fiscal forum gives an overview of the Community Mental Health Services in Michigan.
    • Overview of the Department of Insurance and Financial Services(Revised) [188K], January 17, 2014. Prepared by Paul Holland, Fiscal Analyst. This memo gives an overview of the Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS).
    • Budget Briefings, FY 2013-14 [17K], January 17, 2014.
    • Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference Overview [85K], January 15, 2014. This is a recap of the Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference on January 10, 2014 presented by Mary Ann Cleary, HFA Director to the House Appropriations Committee.
    • Consensus Revenue Agreement, Final Summary [52K], January 13, 2014. This memo provides a summation of the agreements reached at the January 2014 conference. The consensus estimates will be revised or updated at the May 2014 conference.
    • Consensus Revenue Agreement, Executive Summary [50K], January 10, 2014. Economic and Revenue Forecasts for fiscal years 2014, 2015 and 2016.
    • Economic Outlook and Revenue Estimates for Michigan FY 2013-14 Through FY 2015-16 [176K], January 7, 2014. Prepared by Jim Stansell, Senior Economist. This report includes a national and State economic forecast for calendar year (CY) 2013 through CY 2016. It also presents final General Fund/General Purpose (GF/GP) and School Aid Fund (SAF) revenue for fiscal year FY 2012-13 and revised estimates for FY 2013-14 through FY 2014-15, and initial estimates for FY 2015-16. Estimates reported herein will be presented to the Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference on January 10, 2013, and will be used to facilitate the consensus estimating process.
    • Tobacco Settlement Funds [84K], prepared by Kyle I. Jen, Deputy Director, December 11, 2013. This memorandum provides an update on tobacco settlement revenue received by the State of Michigan and discusses the potential impact of Senate Bill 269 on expenditures from that revenue.
    • Proposed Michigan Strategic Fund Act Changes (Updated) [100K], prepared by Ben Gielczyk, Senior Fiscal Analyst, December 9, 2013. This memorandum provides a summary of the proposed changes to the Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) Act in a package of both Senate-and House-introduced bills.The bills included Senate Bills 269, 270, 271, 272, and 278, as well as House Bills 4071, 4480, 4481 and 4482.
    • Fiscal Focus: State Appropriations, Tuition, and Public University Operating Costs [446K], prepared by Kyle I. Jen, Deputy Director, December 2, 2013. This report examines the combined effect of state funding reductions and tuition increases on overall university operating resources over the last decade and a half and discusses major factors related to university operating costs.