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State Budget by Department 2014-2015

Major State Agencies accounted for 98.7 percent of the total State budget. The $8 billion budget for the major agencies in fiscal year 2014-2015 allocated 47% of its funds for Human Services, 21% for education, and 9% for Transportation.

Health & Human Services $3,769,766,585
Transportation Department $678,279,421
Administration & Finance $373,112,863
Labor Department $312,440,538
Defense, Veterans, Emergency Management $209,747,353
Corrections $161,064,935
State Treasurer $138,926,501
Agriculture, Food, Rural Resources $107,022,204
Public Safety $99,829,621
Judicial Department $71,626,623
Environmental Protection $70,996,259
Education $1,675,731,872
Economic & Community Development $45,237,107
Inland Fisheries & Wildlife $42,496,076
Secretary of State $41,277,353
Attorney General $31,892,491
Professional & Financial Regulation $29,753,098
Legislature $26,067,064
Marine Resources $20,386,916
Public Utilities $18,213,033
Finance Authority $16,040,134
Workers Compensation Board $10,854,719
Executive Department $8,747,846
Audit Department $3,335,228
Health Data $1,986,664
Dirigo Health $1,313,500
Public Employees Retirement System $516,842

See also 2010-2100 State Budget.

Additional Resources

Maine State Legislature. Office of Fiscal and Program Review. “Total Appropriations & Allocations, All Funds, 2014-2015. Biennium.” Updated June 9, 2014. http://www.maine.gov/legis/ofpr/total_state_budget/approps_alloc/1415_Approps_Alloc.pdf (accessed May 9, 2017)



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