State Agency Information Center
Performance Based Budgeting (PBB) Resources
To assist agencies with completing the requirements of 2016 HB 2739, the Performance Based Budgeting Steering Committee offers the resources below. Of particular importance are the Performance Based Budgeting template and the Phase 1 guide.
PBB Overview--Phase 1 Guide
PBB Overview--Phase 1 Presentation
2016 HB 2739--PBB
PBB Template--Excel (302KB)
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 2017 budget and making new requests for FY 2018 and FY 2019 in conjunction with allocations from appropriated funds, as advised by the Division of the Budget.
Budget Instructions with Budget Cost Indices - (3.0 MB) (released 07/13/2016)
FY 2019 Salary Calculator - (14KB) Microsoft Excel--UPDATED - 07/21/2016--Unemployment Rate Was Corrected.
For the next budget cycle, positions will be loaded into the iBARS Position Module for FY 2017 and FY 2018. For FY 2019 agencies will enter the salary expenditures into the Budget Request Summary Module in the FY 2019 Base Budget Entry column. The spreadsheet below will assist in calculating FY 2019 salary expenditures and the breakdown among salary object codes.
FY 2018 Capital Improvement Budget Instructions to State Agencies
The FY 2018 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 July 1, 2016.
The FY 2018 Capital Improvement Budget Instructions to State Agencies is available for download. - (145KB) (posted 06/06/2016)
418a and DA418b--Capital Budget--Updated for FY 2017, FY 2018 & FY 2019 is available for download. - (17KB) .XLSX Format (Microsoft Excel) (posted 06/06/2016)
FY 2016 State General Fund KPERS Employer Contribution Withholding Memo for State Agencies
Under 2016 House Substitute for Senate Bill 161, Section 98 (a)(I), the Director of the Budget is authorized to reduce expenditures or transfer funds if the amount of the unencumbered ending balance of the State General Fund is estimated to be below $100.0 million for FY 2016. Expenditure reductions can include reducing employer contributions for the Kansas Public Employee Retirement System (KPERS). Any reductions made to employer contributions must be paid back under the process specified in 2016 House Substitute for Senate Bill 249, Section 50 through 52. The memo below describes this process in state agency budgets that was announced by the Director of the Budget.
KPERS Employer Contribution Withholding Memo for State Agencies
2016 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.
Note Request Template- .DOC Format (Microsoft Word) (updated 01/15/2016)