The Center for Educational Performance and Information is a state agency that collects public school data required by state and federal laws and provides that information to policymakers, educational officials and the public.[336] In fiscal 2007, a total of $5,893,200 is allocated to the CEPI. This sum includes $2,350,000 for general operations from the state’s general fund[337] and an estimated $3,543,200[338] from federal funds to meet federal reporting requirements.