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Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism and Related Programs 7008-0900

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY23 SWM $4,181,644 $4,181,644
FY22 $13,476,064 $13,163,175
FY21 $4,414,495 $4,163,175
FY20 $4,515,586 $4,163,176
FY19 $5,732,486 $5,203,073
FY18 $14,172,978 $12,603,337
FY17 $6,131,716 $5,332,666
FY16 $16,107,552 $13,752,924
FY15 $16,034,071 $13,599,823
FY14 $17,204,216 $14,488,651
FY13 $8,226,800 $6,822,109
FY12 $2,501,708 $2,040,167
FY11 $2,315,558 $1,834,484
FY10 $7,735,908 $6,009,503
FY09 $22,476,484 $17,290,277
FY08 $40,468,532 $30,700,893
FY07 $46,331,649 $33,891,580
FY06 $28,846,640 $20,566,793
FY05 $28,949,256 $19,888,638
FY04 $9,063,273 $6,045,000
FY03 $15,398,046 $10,048,501
FY02 $16,388,404 $10,464,265
FY01 $16,622,373 $10,428,986

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

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Funding for Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism and Related Programs
66.7%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • Starting in FY17, $10 million from the room occupancy excise is automatically directed to the off-budget Mass. Tourism Trust; 40 percent of that and similar appropriations are transferred to the Massachusetts marketing partnership; and 60 percent to regional tourism councils. MassBudget includes these transfers in line item totals.
  • Funding for the Mass. Office of Travel and Tourism has been in several line items, so they are grouped together.
  • From FY07-FY09, the Mass. Sports and Entertainment Commission was funded as an earmark within the line item funding the Mass. Office of Travel and Tourism. From FY10-FY11, funding was in a separate line item. In FY12, funding for the Mass. Sports and Entertainment Partnership moved to an earmark in a new line item funding the Mass. Office of Travel and Tourism.

* Funding and comparison information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY23 SWM $4,181,644 $4,181,644
FY23 Hou $14,776,644 $14,776,644
FY23 HWM $9,181,644 $9,181,644
FY23 Gov $4,181,644 $4,181,644
FY22 $13,476,064 $13,163,175
FY22 GAA $13,476,064 $13,163,175

Notes

  • Starting in FY17, $10 million from the room occupancy excise is automatically directed to the off-budget Mass. Tourism Trust; 40 percent of that and similar appropriations are transferred to the Massachusetts marketing partnership; and 60 percent to regional tourism councils. MassBudget includes these transfers in line item totals.
  • Funding for the Mass. Office of Travel and Tourism has been in several line items, so they are grouped together.
  • From FY07-FY09, the Mass. Sports and Entertainment Commission was funded as an earmark within the line item funding the Mass. Office of Travel and Tourism. From FY10-FY11, funding was in a separate line item. In FY12, funding for the Mass. Sports and Entertainment Partnership moved to an earmark in a new line item funding the Mass. Office of Travel and Tourism.

* Funding information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

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