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Indiana Office of Management & Budget

Government Efficiency Reports

Indiana Office of Management & Budget

The state's long-term economic health requires that we continue our commitment to fiscal discipline. Government must continue to spend the taxpayer's money more efficiently, so ultimately the State needs less of it. The Office of Management & Budget (OMB) brings together the financial and auditing functions of our state in order to serve these goals. On his first day in office, Governor Pence ordered the OMB to undertake a new government efficiency review and a review of all state regulations. In his first week in office, Governor Pence proposed a budget that was honestly balanced, funded our priorities, held the line on spending, provided broad-based tax relief for Hoosiers, and built our reserves. Through these actions, OMB will continue to strengthen the fiscal discipline that positively contributes to the economic health of the State.

  • 2014 Office of State-Based Initiatives Annual Report (view)
  • Winning the Jobs War: The Economic Case for a 10 Percent Reduction in Indiana's Income Tax (View White Paper)
  • Visit the Indiana Transparency Portal, a joint project of OMB and the Auditor of State (view)
  • Governor Pence's Executive Order 13-02 that orders OMB to conduct the Program Assessment Comprehensive Evaluation (PACE) to promote government efficiency, transparency, and superior program performance (view)
  • Governor Pence's Executive Order 13-03 that establishes a moratorium on all new regulations and orders OMB to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of all existing rules in order to promote job creation, economic development, and greater economic freedom (view)
  • Governor Pence's recommended budget for fiscal years 2014 & 2015 (view)

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