CDOR Annual Reports

About the Reports

The Department of Revenue (DOR) is one of the few state agencies that touch every Coloradan. DOR plays a unique role as the front door to state government for more than 5.8 million Coloradans. This impact provides a huge opportunity to transform the way people interact with government.

DOR is best known for collecting most types of taxes and issuing state identification cards or driver licenses, but DOR also enforces Colorado laws regarding gaming, liquor, tobacco, racing, auto dealers and marijuana. And don't forget the Colorado Lottery, which began in 1983 with just a single scratch game. The Lottery's proceeds continue to increase, which benefits schools and open space. All of these services support this great state of incredible beauty, with amazing people who choose to live, work and play here!

The 2021 Annual Report contains narratives and a wealth of data tables summarizing the fiscal year. 

 

  View the 2021 Annual Report

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