State Subscriptions

  • Full electronic subscriptions provide all executive and legislative staff of the subscribing state access to FFIS materials and website.
  • Single-agency electronic subscriptions are for one agency or department of an organization.

Non-State Subscriptions

  • Full electronic subscriptions allow all staff of the subscribing organization access to FFIS materials and website.

  • Piggyback subscriptions are available for public institutions of higher education, county governments, and local governments if their state has a subscription.

  • Single-agency electronic subscriptions are for one agency or department of an organization.

  • Newsletter subscriptions are available to federal and local government agencies, private firms, and nonprofit organizations. Newsletter subscriptions include all FFIS publications, but do not include access to the grants database or the FFIS website.

State Policy Reports

State Policy Reports is rich with information about the 50 states. Published twice a month (except in August and December when it is published once), each issue covers a variety of topics including trends in state spending, the quarterly index of state economic momentum, federal aid to states and state tax burdens.

A subscription costs $199 annually. For further information, contact Reports Executive Editor Marcia Howard. (State Policy Reports is included in state subscriptions.)

Does Your State Subscribe? 

The 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands currently subscribe to FFIS in some form. If you like what you see and you're an executive or legislative employee from a subscribing state, contact Ethan Ableman ( or 202-624-5849) and we'll get you login information for the FFIS website. We'll also add your e-mail address to our database so you receive FFIS publications when they are issued.

All executive and legislative employees can recieve access, except for in the following states:

  • New Hampshire: Legislature access only
  • South Carolina: Department of Health and Human Services access only

Want to Subscribe?

For more information on subscribing or to request a trial, contact Ethan Ableman at (Note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not offering trials, but we can provide sample publications)