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Revenue Reports

Money Coming In: Revenue Reports and Charts

A variety of revenue sources fund the operation of state government.
 
General Fund dollars come almost entirely from income taxes paid by individual Oregonians and Oregon businesses. The General Fund is also the most discretionary source of funds that the Governor and Legislature may spend.
 
Other Funds are the largest single category of revenues the state receives for the state budget. They include money from some taxes — chiefly those related to highway use, employment, and forests. They also include revenues from state licensing fees and the state's "business-like" incomes, such as tuition and other fees for services, and many funds related to loans or bonds.
 
State law (either the state constitution or statutes) dedicates Other Funds to pay for specific state services or programs. Other Funds do not include money from property taxes. In fact, all property tax revenues remain under the control of local governments.
 
Federal Funds are revenues that the federal government has legally dedicated to specific programs and services. The federal government limits the state's choices about where and how to spend this money. Some federal dollars come to the state as a fixed amount for a specific program. Most Federal Funds, however, are matching money for state expenditures.
 
If the state removes its General Fund dollars from a matched program, the federal government holds back its matching funds. Federal dollars are available only if the state operates the program with the federal government's approval.
 
Lottery Funds are another significant source of money the state can use for specific purposes. Increasing amounts of Lottery Funds go to dedicated purposes such as higher education sports programs, county economic development, the Education Stability Fund, the Parks and Natural Resources Fund, debt service and treatment of gambling addiction.


Reports
 
This report shows total General, Other, Lottery, and Federal Fund revenues available to agencies during the 2015-2017 budget biennium (Legislatively Adopted Budget). 
 
It also provides Revenue information for Oregon state agencies, organized by agency # and by fund type (e.g. General Fund, Lottery Funds, Other Funds, and Federal Funds).

Note
: This report includes data from the Oregon Legislature and the Oregon Judicial Department, but does not include data from the Oregon State Lottery or Semi -independent boards and commissions.
(Source: DAS Budget and Management – Oregon Budget Information Tracking System – ORBITS)

Charts
 
Click on the following links to review graphical representations of the total available revenue by Agency for the 2015-17 Biennium (Legislatively Adopted Budget), presented as stacked bar charts. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Historical Revenue Links
 

2013-15 Biennium: Total Available Revenues by Agency (.PDF)

Pie charts in this report show total General, Other, Lottery, and Federal Fund revenues available to agencies during the 2013-2015 budget biennium as of Sept. 17, 2014.

 
Pie charts in this report show total General, Other, Lottery, and Federal Fund revenues available to agencies during the 2011-2013 budget biennium as of June 30, 2013.
 

Oregon Lottery: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

This report meets the requirement in state law for publication of an annual accounting of financial activities of the Oregon Lottery. The Lottery Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is also referred to as their CAFR. 

2015 - Lottery Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

2014 - Lottery Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 

2013 - Lottery Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 

2012 - Lottery Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 


Click the following link for How Lottery Funds are Allocated & Reports by County.

For access to historical annual financial lottery reports click here.

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Public Finance Basic Facts

The following research reports provide a historical comparitive analysis of the Oregon revenue system, and are published annually by the Legislative Revenue Office.

2015 - Public Finance - Basic Facts

2014 - Public Finance - Basic Facts

2013 - Public Finance - Basic Facts
2012 - Public Finance - Basic Facts
2011 - Public Finance - Basic Facts

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Additional Resources

2009 Personal Income Tax Orientation
This slide presentation comes from the Legislative Revenue Office. It shows information about Oregon's tax on personal income.

Audio Links

2009 Oregon Property Tax Orientation
This slide presentation comes from the Legislative Revenue Office. It presents an overview of Oregon's property tax structure. 

Audio Links

 
2009 Lottery Orientation
This slide presentation comes from the Legislative Revenue Office. It describes the history of the Oregon Lottery, money earned from games and how it is spent on programs.

Audio Links

 
2009 Excise Tax Orientation
This slide presentation comes from the Legislative Revenue Office. It shows information about taxes on tobacco, alcohol, telecommunications, fuel and hotels.

Audio Links

 
2009 School Finance Orientation
This slide presentation comes from the Legislative Revenue Office. The summary includes information about the school funding formula, funding history, education service districts and local option taxes.

Audio Links

Quarterly Economic and Revenue Forecast

This Quarterly Economic and Revenue Forecast report provides information to planners and policy makers in state agencies and private organizations for use in their decision making processes. The Oregon revenue forecast is published to open the revenue forecasting process to public review. It is the basis for much of the budgeting in state government.

The report is issued four times each year; in March, June, September, and December.

The economic model assumptions and results are reviewed by the Department of Administrative Services Economic Advisory Committee and by the Governor's Council of Economic Advisors. The Department of Administrative Services Economic Advisory Committee consists of 15 economists employed by state agencies, while the Governor's Council of Economic Advisors is a group of 12 economists from academia, finance, utilities, and industry.

Click the following link for more about Oregon's Economic Forecast Methodology.

Quarterly Economic and Revenue Forecast Documents

2015 Fourth Quarter

2015 Third Quarter

2015 Second Quarter   
2015 First Quarter


Oregon Office of Economic Analysis

For more information contact the Office of Economic Analysis.

Historical Economic and Revenue Forecast documents may be accessed through the following link at the Oregon State Library. Back

Historical Information

The Oregon.gov/transparency site is updated annually. The following link will provide access to website information from previous years. Website History

Direct access to expenditure information from previous years is provided below.
Revenue Information by Fiscal Year
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
If you have questions, comments, or suggestions for the Oregon Transparency Website, send us an e-mail at oregon.transparency@oregon.gov, or click on this link for access to our online form.  Back to Top

New - School District Revenue Data


School District Revenue Data: HB 3035 (2013)

As requested in HB 3035 (2013), annual revenue data\information for school districts is provided below. The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) currently collects data and maintains a website that includes information related to school district revenues and expenditures. The informational links to this website and associated data are provided below. 

Oregon Department of Education (ODE) Primary Link:
 http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1722.

Actual Revenue by Fund and Source:
http://www.ode.state.or.us/sfda/reports/r0095Select.asp

Note: After you choose a category to search, select the criteria for your data search, such as year. Then submit your query, and view your report.

Additional Information

If you have questions or need additional information, please email or call.

Email: ode.frontdesk@ode.state.or.us  or Call: (503) 947-5600 

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