What We Do

The primary role of the Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB) is to provide the Governor with timely and complete information and recommendations so he can make sound public policy and budget decisions.


This role is carried out through eight core functions:

  • Developing reliable revenue estimates;
  • Developing a defensible budget within revenue constraints;
  • Developing proposals for new legislation;
  • Tracking legislation and monitoring the legislative budget process;
  • Advocating for the Governor's priorities and addressing issues of concern;
  • Monitoring budget implementation, anticipating issues, and developing solutions;
  • Providing accurate and concise public information;
  • Operating efficiently as an office.



Henry Sobanet, Director
Governor's Office of State Planning and Budgeting
200 East Colfax, Room 111, Denver, Colorado 80203
Phone: 303.866.3317 Fax: 303.866.3044
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