The Nevada State Budget Division is responsible for producing a fiscally sound budget that covers a two-year period (biennium). Details are provided below on upcoming, current and the prior biennium as well as primary financial information systems used in the budgeting process.
In March 2014, the Budget Division will begin working with state agencies to prepare the FY2016-FY2017 agency request budgets, which are required to be submitted by August 31, 2014. Budget development resources will include deadline notifications, agency-requested training, instructions, directives, manuals and more.
Current budgets include the Governor’s Executive Budget FY2014 - FY2015 (line-item budget); Priorities and Performance Based Budget FY2014 - FY2015 (activities-based budget); and the Legislatively Approved Budget for the 77th session (FY2014 - FY2015). Detailed electronic access to budget information is also provided via the Nevada Open Government website.
Budgets from prior biennia include the Governor’s Executive Budget and the Legislatively Approved Budget. Detailed electronic access to budget information is also provided via the Nevada Open Government website.
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.
NEBS is a web-based computer application that is used to build the Governor’s Executive Budget. Learn more about NEBS; view Work Program Module Approval Roles; and access NEBS related manuals and forms including the User Manual, Work Program Manual, Problem Report Form, Security Access Form, and Work Program Access Form.
Access budget-related items including those from the Legislative Counsel Bureau (LCB) and the Controller’s Office. Also includes links to Single Point of Contact, Clearinghouse, and Report to Taxpayers