Data from the Census of Governments: Finance and Annual Surveys of State & Local Government Finances are available online for each year between 1992 and 2008.
For data prior to 1992, contact the Outreach and Education Branch by e-mail or by phone at 1-800-242-2184.
|Quarterly Summary of State & Local Taxes||Quarterly estimates of state and local government tax revenue are shown at a national level, and detailed tax revenue data shown for individual states. The most current information available on a nationwide basis for government tax collections.|
|Quarterly Survey of Public Pensions||100 largest pension systems (defined-benefit plans) as of the previous Census of Governments, followed for five years. Makes up most of the financial activity among defined-benefit pension systems for government employees (89.4 percent as of 2007). Shows revenues, expenditures, and composition of assets.|
|Annual Survey of Public Pensions: State Data||Finance data for state-administered retirement systems for public employees. Includes all 222 state-administered defined.benefit systems. National and state-level aggregates in tables, individual systems in public use files.|
|Annual Survey of Public Pensions: State & Local Data||Finance data for retirement systems (defined-benefit plans) administered by states or local governments. National and state-level aggregates in tables, individual systems in public use files.|
|Public School Finance Data||Finance data of elementary and secondary public school systems. Covers school systems in all states and the District of Columbia.|
|State Government Tax Collections||Summary of taxes collected by state for up to 25 tax categories. Details are shown by type of tax.|
|State Government Finances||Finance statistics for each state government (including their dependent agencies).|
|State & Local Government Finances||Finance statistics that include all governments within the geographic area of each state - this includes school districts, special districts, townships, cities, and counties, in addition to the state government.|