Fiscal 2022 State Budget IT Updates

Updated: Jun 29


The latest update from the National Association of State Budget Officers (NASBO) on proposed and enacted state budgets indicates that 48 states are considering a new budget for FY 2022. As of June 8, 23 states have enacted a FY 2022 budget. SLATE is closing tracking these budgets and collecting IT plans. The list below will be updated as new data is released.

  • Total state funds: $268B

  • Project surplus: $76B

  • $409M for REAL ID at DMV

  • $88.4M for tax system modernization at the Franchise Tax Board

  • $71.3M for the Automated Response and Engagement System project at Child Welfare Services

  • $54M to replace legacy systems at DMV

  • $50M to fund modernization projects through 2024 at CDT

  • $11.8M for Benefits System Modernization at EDD

  • $10M to start the Mobile Identity (mDL) Program at DMV

  • $5.5M to move services online at Consumer Affairs

  • $5.5M for the Transportation System Network Replacement Project at Caltrans

  • $2.3M for CA.gov development at CDT

  • The state will identify and pursue opportunities for ongoing telework such as hoteling strategies to reduce leasing costs

  • The state will reduce and reconfigure office spaces

  • The state will reduce travel and fleet costs using Telematics devices

  • The state will support equity and inclusion by funding a Chief Equity Officer and support staff

  • $95.5B in total recommended appropriations

  • 16.5% ($15.7B) of the proposal comes from federal funding

  • $115M for broadband infrastructure at Children and Family Services

  • $60M for fraud analysis and software upgrades at Employment Security

  • $25M for broadband deployment at Commerce and Economic Opportunity

  • $19.5M for cybersecurity at Innovation and Technology

  • $15.4M for CWIS implementation at Children and Family Services

  • $2M for body cameras at the State Police

  • Health tracking system upgrades at Public Health

  • $67.1B in total proposed appropriations

  • The total appropriations represent nearly a 40% increase in total budget over the last decade

  • $20M for advanced persistent cyber threat mitigation and preparation through DTMB

  • $6.1M for the modernization of state licensing systems in the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

  • $4.6M for IT maintenance and system operation at the Department of Treasury

  • $4.5M for upgrades to the state's teacher certification system, the Michigan Online Educator Certification System

  • $3.3M for legacy case management system replacement in the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity

  • $42B in total appropriations over the biennium

  • $250K for 1 FTE for cybersecurity election support at the Secretary of State

  • $3K for IT initiatives at State Ethics

  • $1.8M for cannabis software at Revenue Services

  • $40K for electronic signature with the Attorney General

  • $3M for broadband at Energy

  • $8.1M for SaaS

  • $6.1M for IT management contracts

  • $2.6M for hardware maintenance

  • $2.5M for IaaS

  • $1.9M for software licenses

  • $1.7M for mainframe contracts

  • $53M for modernization projects

DMV modernization $45-50M

ERP $12.75M

Benefits Eligibility $9.5M

Cybersecurity $1.5M

  • Funding to modernize IT infrastructure at the DHHS

  • Funding for software upgrades initiated during the pandemic

  • Funding to support transition to cloud-based services

  • $27.3B FY22 proposed budget

  • $327.8M for large scale IT investments

  • $70M for HHS IT operations and maintenance

  • $50M for Controller ERP implementation

  • $31M for HHS electronic health records

  • $30M for HHS infrastructure modernization

  • $27M for Revenue IT operations and maintenance

  • $22M for Medicaid IT infrastructure

  • $21M for HR digital transformation projects

  • $16M for eCourts development and implementation

  • $13M for broadband infrastructure

  • $11M for Environmental Quality permit transformation projects

  • $11M for a CAD system at Public Safety

  • $10M for cybersecurity and risk management at NCDIT

  • $141M projected surplus

  • $40M to expand broadband in rural communities and bridge the digital divide

  • $16.2M in FY22, $16M in FY23, and $16M in FY24 for upgrades to the microwave radio communications system backbone

  • Funding to purchase 2,400 body cameras

  • $495K to expand the capacity of the Arizona National Guard Cyber Response Team

  • $7.8M for continued development of a Business One-Stop web portal

  • $30.94B budget over the biennium

  • $500K for vote counting contracts at the Department of Accounting and General Services

  • $2.89M for ERP and 10 support FTEs at ETS

  • $12M for data center renovations, replacements, and purchases through ETS

  • $4M for new business registration transactions and documents systems at the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

  • $221K for network core equipment and firewall server hardware at the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs

  • $5M for disaster warning and communications devices at the Department of Defense

  • $10M for the Office of IT Services in the Department of Education

  • $864K to cover ongoing IT maintenance costs for completed modernization projects at the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations

  • $6.1M for maintenance and support for the Tax Modernization System

  • $15M for tech renovations at Honolulu Community College

  • $85.8B average annual budget

  • Migration of tax systems from IBM mainframe to more modern applications

  • IBM WebSphere upgrade at Taxation

  • Faxaway system replacement at Taxation

  • Cybersecurity updates to improve election security infrastructure (Secretary of State)

  • Development of modern voter registration and business filing systems (Secretary of State)

  • $25M for a health initiative to align agency data systems and records (Administrative Services)

  • Collections technology updates (Attorney General)

  • $250M in grants to expand broadband access

  • $10M to modernize the unemployment insurance tax, benefits, and appeals system (Job and Family Services)

  • $4.2M to provide training and education related to cybersecurity (Ohio Cyber Range)

  • Updates to liquor licensing technology (Liquor Control)

  • $7.6M for the Ohio Courts Technology Initiative

  • Improved online reporting, reduced paper processes, and increased audit readiness (Public Utilities Commission)