|Office of the Comptroller||113.0||109.0||111.0||113.0||109.0|
|Administration and Finance||2,679||2,784||2,823||2,882||2,983|
|Energy and Environmental Affairs1||1,960||1,949||1,915||1,900||1,907|
|Health and Human Services||19,435||19,397||19,379||19,699||20,096|
|Transportation and Public Works4||NA||NA||NA||NA|
|Board of Library Commissioners||10.0||10.0||10.0||10.0||11.0|
|Housing and Economic Development1||673.0||677.0||684.0||702.0||699.0|
|Labor and Workforce Development1||269.0||262.0||236.0||250.0||234.0|
|Executive Office of Education3||318.0||322.0||359.0||523.0||399.0|
|Public Safety and Security||8,259||8,534||8,626||8,815||8,627|
|Subtotal Under Governor's Authority||33,831||34,150||34,249||35,005||35,173|
|Subtotal Funded by the Operating Budget||63,991||63,858||64,779||66,638||67,241|
|Federal Grant, Trust and Capital Funded||20,078||20,654||20,650||19,963||20,597|
Source: Executive Office for Administration and Finance.
* Table from page A-52 of the MA Information Statement dated May 24, 2016.
1.) Other includes members of the Legislature and their staff, the offices of the State Treasurer, Secretary, Auditor and Attorney General, the eleven District Attorneys, the seven former county sheriffs that have become state agencies, and other agencies independent from the Governor.
2.) June 2015 figures do not take into account the approximately 2,500 executive branch employees who took advantage of the Early Retirement Incentive Program (ERIP) and left the state workforce as of July 1, 2015.
|Published by MA - Debt Management.|
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