2011 Fiscal Report

Prepared by the Fiscal Analysis Division

Nevada Legislative Counsel Bureau

The 2011 Fiscal Report is based on budgetary and taxation recommendations contained in the Governor's Executive Budget submitted to the Legislature in January 2011. The Governor's recommendations will be considered by the Legislature during the 2011 Legislative Session for the 2011-2013 biennium budget period covering fiscal years 2011-2012 and 2012-2013.

The report contains information on the state's General Fund revenues, which depicts the present and projected condition of the General Fund, Governor's recommended capital and park improvement projects, special and one-shot appropriations, supplemental appropriations, and budgetary summaries of state agencies by various governmental functions.

This report contains general information, including highlights of the various governmental functions. Emphasis is placed on changes and expansion of existing programs and recommended new programs. Therefore, this report should be used in conjunction with the Governor's Executive Budget for the 2011-2013 biennium, where more complete information is provided.

The following provide links to the different functional sections of the 2011 Fiscal Report. The Table of Contents section contains bookmarks and hyperlinks that make navigating the different sections and subsections of the report more effective.

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Table of Contents

Section I - Historical Perspective

Section II - General Fund Projected Fund Balance

Section III - Tax Overview

Section IV - General Fund Appropriations and Total Budget

Section V - Elected Officials

Section V - Finance and Administration

Section V - Education

Section V - Commerce and Industry

Section V - Human Services

Section V - Public Safety

Section V - Infrastructure

Section V - Special Purpose Agencies

Appendix - Economic Forum Report (December 1, 2010)