On July 1, 2019 Public Act 19-102 (PA-102) transferred the responsibility for maintaining the searchable online electronic database concerning state expenditures from the Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA) to the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC). The Open Connecticut database can be viewed here.
The data on this website will no longer be updated. Archived information will continue to be made available on this website until the transition to OSC is complete.
The State Budget is comprised of nine appropriated funds that support the major operations of State government. In addition to these funds, state agencies may spend federal or special revenue funds to operate specific programs or functions.
The operating budget provides financial resources for daily activities while a separate capital budget deals with long-term expenditures such as the construction of new buildings. Together, these two elements provide both the services and facilities needed to fulfill the functions of government.