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Gov. Inslee's proposed 2019-21 budgets

Budget and policy highlights

Decisions behind the governor's budget proposal, highlighting major areas of change.

Interactive budget visualization

Drill down into the budget in this interactive chart to find descriptions of every change proposed in the governor’s budget.

Agency recommendation summaries

The differences in funding and FTEs between each agency’s current (2017-19) expenditure authority and the Governor's proposed 2019-21 budget.

Compensation summary

A summary of the Governor’s proposed state employee and non-employee compensation as the result of collective bargaining, K-12 Schools compensation and compensation for non-represented state employees.

Agency detail budgets

Agency descriptions and funding and expenditure detail for prior, current and Governor’s 2019-21 biennial budget proposal.

Agency local funds

Funds that are outside of the state treasury but are managed by a state agency.

Capital plan

The governor's proposed budget for state construction projects, grants and loans for local governments, and to build and improve schools and facilities for higher education.

Appropriations bills

Bills submitted to the Legislature that specify proposed funding amounts and specific uses of the funding.

Summary tables

Comparative detail of prior, current and proposed expenditures and revenue.

Proposed central service agency charges

Rates charged by agencies to provide services to other government entities in the proposed budget.

Agency information technology budget detail

Information on ongoing major information technology (IT) projects and actual IT expenditures by state agencies.

Transportation plan

The governor's transportation funding proposal and project list.


Displays the incremental changes between the enacted 2017-19 budget and proposed 2019-21 biennial budget.

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