In a nutshell, no.
Commissioned officers were required to privately purchase all of their uniforms, field equipment, horse and furniture, sidearms, etc.
Likewise, the structure of the antebellum Arkansas State militia was that the units came up with their own uniforms. The Little Rock Guards, which eventually became the Capital Guards, purchased their uniforms from New York City tailors. In the case of the Totten Battery, the uniforms were cut out and sewn by the ladies of Little Rock, mostly the families of the soldiers in the battery. See Ron Fields' "Uniforms of the Confederate Army" by Brassey's (chapter on Arkansas state uniforms; Piston and Hatcher, "Wilson's Creek", and Leo Huff's article on the Arkansas Military Board in the Spring 1967 issue of the Arkansas Historical Quarterly, in addition to the Les Jensen articles from "Military Collector & Historian" linked in the above thread on "Which Gray?"