Also known as a line-item budget, the Governor’s Executive Budget is categorized organizationally by function, department, division, budget account, category and general ledger amounts. It provides details on the base budget, maintenance changes and budget enhancements. Department and division descriptions are provided as well as performance indicators for each budget account. A typical Governor’s Executive Budget can fill three volumes and reach nearly 3,000 printed pages.
Also known as activities-based budgeting, the Priorities and Performance Based Budget (PPBB) provides a budget which clearly identifies and measures the services delivered to citizens. It provides a tool for detailing and prioritizing the State’s core functions, identifying associated costs, and evaluating the resulting outcomes and the State’s return on investments. The FY2012 - FY2013 Priorities and Performance Based Budget filled one volume totaling 582 pages.
At least once per month, the Economic Analysis unit of the Department of Administration provides an overview of Nevada’s economy in the Silver Sage Revenue Report. The report presents information specific to State General Fund revenues as well as statistics, charts and tables involving inflation, the gaming industry, home ownership, employment and salaries.