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Non-Appropriated Cash Status Reports and Quarterly Financial Reports *

State agencies are required, under C.G.S. 4-77(c)1, to submit monthly nonappropriated financial reports to the Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA). Similarly, quasi-public agencies are required, under C.G.S. 1-123(b)2 to submit quarterly financial reports to OFA. View these reports in the section below the statutory references.

* Note: Only those budgeted state agencies that have non-appropriated funds to report appear on this page.

1 Sec. 4-77. Submission of estimates of expenditures by budgeted agencies. (c) The administrative head of each budgeted agency shall transmit, to the Office of Fiscal Analysis, copies of the agency's monthly (1) financial status report, (2) personnel status report, and (3) nonappropriated moneys status report which shall be an accounting of moneys received or held by the agency that are authorized or received by any manner other than as an appropriation. Such accounting of nonappropriated moneys shall include, at a minimum, an assessment of the status of any agency fund or account of such agency receiving or holding such moneys. Such assessments of such funds and accounts shall, at a minimum, account for all expenditures, encumbrances, liabilities, reimbursements and revenues. (d) If any budgeted agency fails to submit estimates required pursuant to this section within the time specified, the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management shall cause such estimates to be prepared for the budgeted agency.

2 Sec. 1-123. Reports. (b) For the quarter commencing July 1, 2010, and for each quarter thereafter, the board of directors of each quasi-public agency shall submit a report to the Office of Fiscal Analysis. Such report shall include, but not be limited to, for each fund and account of the agency: (1) The beginning fiscal year balance; (2) all funds expended and all revenue collected by the end of the quarter; and (3) total expenditures and revenues estimated at the end of the fiscal year. For the purposes of this subsection, "expenditures" and "revenues" have the same meaning as provided in section 4-69.

Fiscal Year:  

A | B | C | D | E | G | H | I | J | L | M | P | R | S | T | U | V | W |

Agency Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Administrative Services, Department of             
African-American Affairs Commission             
Aging, Commission on             
Aging, State Department on             
Agricultural Experiment Station             
Agriculture, Department of           
Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission             
Attorney General             
Auditors of Public Accounts             
Banking, Department of             
Board of Regents for Higher Education             
Chief Medical Examiner, Office of the             
Children and Families, Department of           
Children, Commission on             
Consumer Counsel, Office of             
Consumer Protection, Department of           
Correction, Department of             
Criminal Justice, Division of             
Developmental Services, Department of             
Early Childhood, Office of             
Economic and Community Development, Department of             
Education, Department of             
Emergency Services and Public Protection, Department of             
Energy and Environmental Protection, Department of             
Environmental Quality, Council on             
Governmental Accountability, Office of             
Governor's Office             
Healthcare Advocate, Office of the             
Higher Education, Office of             
Housing, Department of             
Human Rights and Opportunities, Commission on             
Insurance, Department of             
Judicial Department             
Labor Department             
Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission             
Legislative Management             
Lieutenant Governor's Office             
Mental Health and Addiction Services, Department of             
Military Department             
Motor Vehicles, Department of             
Policy and Management, Office of             
Preservation and Restoration Commission             
Protection & Advocacy for Persons with Disabilities, Office of          
Psychiatric Security Review Board             
Public Defender Services Commission             
Public Health, Department of            
Rehabilitation Services, Department of             
Revenue Services, Department of             
Secretary of the State             
Social Services, Department of             
State Comptroller             
State Library             
State Treasurer            
Status of Women, Permanent Commission on the             
Teachers' Retirement Board             
Transportation, Department of             
University of Connecticut             
University of Connecticut Health Center             
Veterans Affairs, Department of             
Workers' Compensation Commission             

Quasi-Public Agency Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Access Health CT     
Capital Region Development Authority (formerly Capital City Economic Development Authority)     
Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority     
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority     
Connecticut Innovations, Inc.     
Connecticut Student Loan Foundation     
CT Airport Authortiy     
CT Green Bank (Formerly Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority)     
CT Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority     
CT Lottery Corporation     
Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority (formerly CT Resources Recovery Authority)     
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