Senate Bill 402 - Appropriations Act House Committee Report June 11

Senate Bill 402 - Appropriations Act House Committee Report June 11

N.C.

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PPROPRIATIONS

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Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 402, Third Edition

(Includes all amendments adopted through June 11, 2013.)

June 11, 2013

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Table of Contents

General Fund Availability Statement

Summary: General Fund Appropriations

Education

Public Education

Community Colleges

UNC System

Health and Human Services

Natural and Economic Resources

Agriculture and Consumer Services

Labor

Environment and Natural Resources

Wildlife Resources Commission

Commerce

Commerce – State Aid

Drinking Water Reserve

Commerce – Special Revenue – GF

Commerce – Special

Justice and Public Safety

Public Safety

Justice

Judicial – Indigent Defense

Judicial

Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund

General Government

Cultural Resources

Cultural Resources – Roanoke Island Commission

Insurance

Insurance – Volunteer Safety Workers’ Compensation Fund

State Board of Elections

NC Public Campaign Finance Fund

General Assembly

Governor

State Budget and Management

State Budget and Management – Special Appropriations

Auditor

Revenue

Secretary of State

Lieutenant Governor

State Controller

State Controller – FICA Savings

Administration

Reserve for E-Commerce Initiative

Housing Finance Agency

Office of Administrative Hearings

Treasurer

Fire Rescue National Guard Pensions & LDD Benefits

Transportation

Reserves, Debt Service, and Adjustments

Capital

Information Technology

1

2

F-1

F-6

F-10

G-1

H-1

H-4

H-5

H-9

H-10

H-14

H-17

H-19

H-21

I-1

I-8

I-10

I-11

I-12

J-12

J-13

J-14

J-15

J-16

J-17

J-18

J-19

J-1

J-3

J-4

J-5

J-6

J-7

J-9

J-11

J-21

J-24

J-26

J-27

J-28

J-30

K-1

L-1

M-1

N-1

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General Fund Availability Statement

1 Unappropriated Balance Remaining from Previous Year

2 Anticipated Over Collections FY 2012-13

3 Overcollections Due to MSA Disputed Payments

4 Anticipated Reversions FY 2012-13

7

8

5 Net Supplemental Medicaid Appropriation (S.L. 2013-56)

6 Less Earmarkings of Year End Fund Balance

Savings Reserve Account

Repairs and Renovations

9 Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

10

11 Revenues Based on Existing Tax Structure

12

13 Non-tax Revenues

14

Investment Income

15

Judicial Fees

16

Disproportionate Share

17

Insurance

18

Other Non-Tax Revenues

19

Highway Trust Fund Transfer

20

Highway Fund Transfer

21

22

Subtotal Non-tax Revenues

23 Total General Fund Availability

24

25 Adjustments to Availability: 2013 Session

26

27 Reserve for Tax Credit for DOL Apprentice Hires (HB 341)

28 Reserve for Tax Simplification and Reduction Act (HB 998):

29 Net Tax Code Changes

30 Repeal Corporate Income Tax Earmark (Public School Construction)

31 Reserve for Repeal Estate Tax (HB 101)

32 Reserve for Workers' Comp Fund/ Safety Workers Allocation (HB 27)

33 Reserve for Repeal of Education Expenses Credit (HB 269)

34 Sales Tax Refund Application for Passenger Air Carriers

35 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) Funds

36 Transfer from E-Commerce Reserve Fund Balance

37 Increase Lobbyist Fees

38 Adjust Transfer from Insurance Regulatory Fund

39 Adjust Transfer from Treasurer's Office

40 Extend Local Government Hold Harmless

41

42

Subtotal Adjustments to Availability: 2013 Session

43

44 Revised General Fund Availability

45

46 Less: General Fund Appropriations

47

48 Unappropriated Balance Remaining

FY 2013-14

213,432,877

405,700,000

51,510,749

200,000,000

(308,100,000)

(200,000,000)

(200,000,000)

162,543,626

19,628,100,000

FY 2014-15

143,097,273

0

0

0

0

143,097,273

20,549,000,000

13,700,000

250,200,000

110,000,000

72,500,000

173,000,000

0

218,100,000

837,500,000

20,628,143,626

14,100,000

251,400,000

109,000,000

73,400,000

175,000,000

0

215,900,000

838,800,000

21,530,897,273

(2,700,000)

(38,500,000)

85,800,000

(52,000,000)

(3,000,000)

0

(3,186,000)

115,639,357

1,111,585

400,000

(560,589)

175,215

(15,700,000)

87,479,568

20,715,623,194

(20,572,525,921)

143,097,273

(6,000,000)

(381,100,000)

84,700,000

(57,000,000)

(3,000,000)

1,500,000

0

91,000,000

0

400,000

(560,589)

175,215

0

(269,885,374)

21,261,011,899

(21,166,589,940)

94,421,959

1

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SUMMARY:

GENERAL FUND

APPROPRIATIONS

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Education:

Community Colleges

Public Education

University System

Total Education

Health and Human Services:

Central Management and Support

Aging and Adult Services

Blind and Deaf / Hard of Hearing Services

Child Development and Early Education

Health Service Regulation

Medical Assistance

Mental Health, Devel. Disabilities & Sub. Abuse Ser.

NC Health Choice

Public Health

Social Services

Vocational Rehabilitation

Total Health and Human Services

Justice and Public Safety:

Public Safety

Judicial Department

Judicial - Indigent Defense

Justice

Total Justice and Public Safety

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2013-14

2013 Legislative Session

Continuation Budget

2013-14

Recurring

Legislative Adjustments

Nonrecurring

Adjustments Adjustments

Net

Changes

1,037,430,475

7,984,924,757

2,709,551,807

(33,344,580)

(72,120,988)

8,551,572

(7,193,468)

(24,793,008)

(79,314,456)

(84,256,509) (65,276,704) (149,533,213)

11,731,907,039 (189,722,077) (63,918,600) (253,640,677)

FTE

Changes

2.50

3.00

5.50

Revised

Appropriation

2013-14

1,012,637,467

7,905,610,301

2,560,018,594

11,478,266,362

54,028,354

54,443,196

8,178,618

259,254,083

16,761,992

3,069,576,810

706,797,747

80,131,026

156,784,502

170,629,904

39,284,143

4,615,870,375

5,311,241

(300,855)

0

(4,090,625)

(300,000)

410,186,672

(13,491,991)

(11,984,625)

(6,168,000)

(806,093)

(510,974)

377,844,750

17,475,134

0

0

0

0

1,170,982

11,398,203

22,786,375

(300,855)

-6.00

0

(4,090,625) -14.00

(300,000)

411,357,654

(2,093,788)

0 (11,984,625)

(8,000,000) (14,168,000)

4,826,346

0

4,020,253

(510,974)

26,870,665 404,715,415 -20.00

1,722,061,784

458,416,996

114,505,898

77,773,575

2,372,758,253

(27,958,928)

(1,263,640)

(2,489,834)

976,809

(30,735,593)

10,305,625

500,000

4,144,159

(1,975,602)

12,974,182

(17,653,303) -818.70

(763,640) 16.00

1,654,325 -3.25

(998,793) 21.00

(17,761,411) -784.95

76,814,729

54,142,341

8,178,618

255,163,458

16,461,992

3,480,934,464

704,703,959

68,146,401

142,616,502

174,650,157

38,773,169

5,020,585,790

1,704,408,481

457,653,356

116,160,223

76,774,782

2,354,996,842

2

Natural And Economic Resources:

Agriculture and Consumer Services

Commerce

Commerce - State Aid

Environment and Natural Resources

DENR - Clean Water Mgmt. Trust Fund

Labor

Wildlife Resources Commission

Total Natural and Economic Resources

General Government:

Administration

Auditor

Cultural Resources

Cultural Resources - Roanoke Island

General Assembly

Governor

Housing Finance Agency

Insurance

Insurance - Worker's Compensation Fund

Lieutenant Governor

Office of Administrative Hearings

Revenue

Secretary of State

State Board of Elections

State Budget and Management

State Budget and Management -- Special

State Controller

Treasurer - Operations

Treasurer - Retirement / Benefits

Total General Government

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2013-14

2013 Legislative Session

Continuation Budget

2013-14

108,918,334

33,469,442

59,714,814

109,140,591

0

16,196,339

18,476,588

345,916,108

68,316,992

11,013,547

63,626,477

1,058,757

52,845,390

5,539,743

9,408,417

38,454,593

2,623,654

444,047

4,335,464

80,031,575

11,845,185

5,213,445

6,951,706

49,000

29,279,290

6,851,090

23,179,042

421,067,414

Legislative Adjustments

Recurring Nonrecurring

Adjustments Adjustments

Net

Changes

3,429,338

(1,562,595)

(30,050,415)

15,504,473

0

500,000

(2,000,000)

(14,179,199)

112,546

(49,000)

(1,049,875)

(608,757)

(411,667)

(369,693)

(120,000)

(460,589)

(2,623,654)

231,042

27,005

190,497

(270,002)

88,928

1,446,193

0

(568,599)

175,215

0

(4,260,410)

2,000,800

8,072,946

13,528,359

4,810,000

0

0

(2,000,000)

26,412,105

5,430,138

6,510,351

(16,522,056)

20,314,473

0

500,000

(4,000,000)

12,232,906

FTE

Changes

9.00

-0.17

32.07

40.90

(11,150,659) (11,038,113)

0

553,000

0

(422,905)

(49,000)

(496,875)

(608,757)

(834,572)

0

(876,785)

0

0

6,000

160,000

13,345

(369,693)

(996,785)

(460,589)

(2,623,654)

237,042

187,005

203,842

0

(1,994,100)

0

3,000,000

0

1,111,585

0

0.25

-3.00

-3.60

(568,599)

1,286,800

0

3.00

-1.00

2.00

(270,002) -3.00

(1,905,172) 11.52

1,446,193

3,000,000

15.00

-1.00

(9,600,519) (13,860,929) 20.17

Revised

Appropriation

2013-14

114,348,472

39,979,793

43,192,758

129,455,064

0

16,696,339

14,476,588

358,149,014

57,278,879

10,964,547

63,129,602

450,000

52,010,818

5,170,050

8,411,632

37,994,004

0

681,089

4,522,469

80,235,417

11,575,183

3,308,273

8,397,899

3,049,000

28,710,691

8,137,890

23,179,042

407,206,485

3

Transportation

Statewide Reserves and Debt Service:

Debt Service:

Interest / Redemption

Federal Reimbursement

Subtotal Debt Service

Statewide Reserves:

Severance Expenditure Reserve

Statewide Compensation Study

Salary Adjustment Fund

Teachers' & State Employees' Retirement Contribution

Judicial Retirement System Contribution

Firemen's and Rescue Squad Workers' Pension Fund

State Health Plan

Unemployment Insurance Reserve

Job Development Investment Grants (JDIG)

NC Government Efficiency and Reform Project

Information Technology Fund

Information Technology Reserve Fund

One North Carolina Fund

Contingency and Emergency Fund

Disaster Relief Reserve

Eugenics Sterization Compensation Fund

Reserve for NC Back to Work Program

Reserve for Pending Legislation

Subtotal Statewide Reserves

Total Reserves and Debt Service

Total General Fund for Operations

Capital Improvements

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2013-14

2013 Legislative Session

Continuation Budget

2013-14

0

Legislative Adjustments

Recurring Nonrecurring

Adjustments Adjustments

Net

Changes

0 0 0

FTE

Changes

0.00

Revised

Appropriation

2013-14

0

707,080,339

1,616,380

708,696,719

(34,949,705)

0

(34,949,705)

0

0

0

(34,949,705)

0

(34,949,705)

0

27,400,000

0

6,053,142

0

9,000,000

5,000,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

47,453,142

756,149,861

20,243,669,050

10,000,000

36,000,000

0

0

1,000,000

(820,000)

33,000,000

0

24,423,772

0

0

5,635,000

0

0

0

0

9,170,500

118,409,272

83,459,567

222,407,038

7,500,000

1,000,000

0

0

0

0

0

23,800,000

0

2,000,000

0

21,365,000

0

0

10,000,000

10,000,000

10,000,000

150,000

85,815,000

85,815,000

78,552,833

7,500,000

1,000,000

10,000,000

36,000,000

1,000,000

(820,000)

33,000,000

23,800,000

24,423,772

2,000,000

0

27,000,000

0

0

10,000,000

10,000,000

10,000,000

9,320,500

204,224,272

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

169,274,567

300,959,871 -738.38

672,130,634

1,616,380

673,747,014

7,500,000

1,000,000

10,000,000

36,000,000

1,000,000

(820,000)

33,000,000

23,800,000

51,823,772

2,000,000

6,053,142

27,000,000

9,000,000

5,000,000

10,000,000

10,000,000

10,000,000

9,320,500

251,677,414

925,424,428

20,544,628,921

4

Water Resources Development Projects

Sandhills Veterans Cemetery

National Guard Projects

Samarkand Training Facility

Appalachian State University - Health Sciences Building

UNC Asheville Land Purchases

Total Capital Improvements

Total General Fund Budget

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2013-14

2013 Legislative Session

Continuation Budget

2013-14

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Legislative Adjustments

Recurring Nonrecurring

Adjustments Adjustments

Net

Changes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

13,522,000

125,000

5,000,000

5,250,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

27,897,000

13,522,000

125,000

5,000,000

5,250,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

27,897,000

FTE

Changes

20,243,669,050 222,407,038 106,449,833 328,856,871 -738.38

Revised

Appropriation

2013-14

13,522,000

125,000

5,000,000

5,250,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

27,897,000

20,572,525,921

5

Education:

Community Colleges

Public Education

University System

Total Education

Health and Human Services:

Central Management and Support

Aging and Adult Services

Blind and Deaf / Hard of Hearing Services

Child Development and Early Education

Health Service Regulation

Medical Assistance

Mental Health, Devel. Disabilities & Sub. Abuse Ser.

NC Health Choice

Public Health

Social Services

Vocational Rehabilitation

Total Health and Human Services

Continuation Budget

2014-15

1,037,430,475

8,111,097,830

11,886,402,775

54,718,515

54,443,196

8,178,618

259,254,083

16,761,992

3,083,576,810

706,797,747

80,131,026

156,784,502

170,629,904

39,284,143

4,630,560,536

Recurring

Adjustments

(33,344,580)

(74,316,908)

2,737,874,470 (144,483,096)

(252,144,584)

10,871,624

(100,855)

0

(4,214,814)

(300,000)

602,843,230

(13,491,991)

(22,300,289)

(16,168,000)

(504,764)

(510,974)

556,123,167

Legislative Adjustments

Nonrecurring

Adjustments

5,003,272

7,408,978

(6,564,100) (151,047,196)

5,848,150

864,655

0

0

0

0

0

16,848,589

0

0

4,826,346

0

22,539,590

Net

Changes

(28,341,308)

(66,907,930)

(246,296,434)

11,736,279

(100,855)

(300,000)

602,843,230

FTE

Changes

2.50

3.00

5.50

-6.00

0

(4,214,814) -14.00

3,356,598

(22,300,289)

(16,168,000) -160.00

4,321,582

(510,974)

578,662,757 -180.00

Justice and Public Safety:

Public Safety

Judicial Department

Judicial - Indigent Defense

Justice

Total Justice and Public Safety

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2014-15

2013 Legislative Session

1,732,859,184

458,416,996

114,505,898

80,773,575

2,386,555,653

(30,838,091) (15,892,740) (46,730,831) -718.70

(1,263,640)

(2,489,834)

976,809

(33,614,756)

0

0

(2,087,026)

(17,979,766)

(1,263,640)

(2,489,834)

(1,110,217)

(51,594,522)

16.00

-3.25

21.00

-684.95

Revised

Appropriation

2014-15

1,009,089,167

8,044,189,900

2,586,827,274

11,640,106,341

66,454,794

54,342,341

8,178,618

255,039,269

16,461,992

3,686,420,040

710,154,345

57,830,737

140,616,502

174,951,486

38,773,169

5,209,223,293

1,686,128,353

457,153,356

112,016,064

79,663,358

2,334,961,131

6

Natural And Economic Resources:

Agriculture and Consumer Services

Commerce

Commerce - State Aid

Environment and Natural Resources

DENR - Clean Water Mgmt. Trust Fund

Labor

Wildlife Resources Commission

Total Natural and Economic Resources

General Government:

Administration

Auditor

Cultural Resources

Cultural Resources - Roanoke Island

General Assembly

Governor

Housing Finance Agency

Insurance

Insurance - Worker's Compensation Fund

Lieutenant Governor

Office of Administrative Hearings

Revenue

Secretary of State

State Board of Elections

State Budget and Management

State Budget and Management -- Special

State Controller

Treasurer - Operations

Treasurer - Retirement / Benefits

Total General Government

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2014-15

2013 Legislative Session

Continuation Budget

2014-15

Legislative Adjustments

Recurring Nonrecurring

Adjustments Adjustments

Net

Changes

108,918,334

33,469,442

61,954,814

109,220,682

0

16,196,339

18,476,588

348,236,199

68,241,992

11,013,547

63,629,480

1,058,757

52,845,390

5,541,825

9,408,417

38,464,213

2,623,654

444,047

4,350,431

80,031,575

11,845,185

5,213,445

7,034,217

49,000

29,279,290

6,851,090

23,179,042

421,104,597

4,629,338

(2,676)

(30,330,047)

28,062,222

0

500,000

(2,000,000)

858,837

50,139

(49,000)

(1,049,875)

(608,757)

(441,667)

(369,693)

(120,000)

(460,589)

(2,623,654)

231,042

27,463

190,497

(270,002)

302,294

1,446,193

0

(568,599)

175,215

0

(4,138,993)

FTE

Changes

(1,000,000)

7,850,000

11,393,359

(190,000)

0

0

0

18,053,359

3,629,338

7,847,324

(18,936,688)

27,872,222

0

500,000

(2,000,000)

18,912,196

9.00

-1.17

17.07

24.90

(7,476,543)

0

100,000

0

(831,124)

0

(2,583,496)

0

80,000

0

0

0

0

1,005,905

0

1,500,000

0

0

0

(8,205,258)

(7,426,404)

(49,000)

(949,875)

(608,757)

(1,272,791)

(369,693)

(2,703,496)

(460,589)

(2,623,654)

231,042

107,463

190,497

(270,002)

1,308,199

1,446,193

1,500,000

(568,599)

175,215

0

-1.75

-3.00

-3.60

3.00

-1.00

2.00

-3.00

13.52

15.00

-1.00

(12,344,251) 20.17

Revised

Appropriation

2014-15

112,547,672

41,316,766

43,018,126

137,092,904

0

16,696,339

16,476,588

367,148,395

60,815,588

10,964,547

62,679,605

450,000

51,572,599

5,172,132

6,704,921

38,003,624

0

675,089

4,457,894

80,222,072

11,575,183

6,521,644

8,480,410

1,549,000

28,710,691

7,026,305

23,179,042

408,760,346

7

Transportation

Statewide Reserves and Debt Service:

Debt Service:

Interest / Redemption

Federal Reimbursement

Subtotal Debt Service

Statewide Reserves:

Salary Adjustment Fund

Compensation Adjustment Reserve

Teachers' & State Employees' Retirement

Contribution

Judicial Retirement System Contribution

Reserve for Future Benefit Needs

Firemen's and Rescue Squad Workers' Pension

Fund

State Health Plan

Unemployment Insurance Reserve

Job Development Investment Grants (JDIG)

NC Government Efficiency and Reform Project

Information Technology Fund

Information Technology Reserve Fund

One North Carolina Fund

Contingency and Emergency Fund

Reserve for Pending Legislation

Subtotal Statewide Reserves

Total Reserves and Debt Service

Total General Fund for Operations

Capital Improvements

National Guard Projects

Samarkand Training Facility

Appalachian State University - Health Sciences

Building

Total Capital Improvements

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2014-15

2013 Legislative Session

Continuation Budget

2014-15

0

Legislative Adjustments

Recurring Nonrecurring

Adjustments Adjustments

Net

Changes

0 0 0

FTE

Changes

0.00

Revised

Appropriation

2014-15

0

707,080,339

1,616,380

708,696,719

0

0

0

0

(18,648,784)

0

(18,648,784)

0

0

0

3,250,000

5,173,000

2,000,000

10,423,000

0

0

0

(18,648,784)

0

(18,648,784)

0

27,400,000

0

6,053,142

0

9,000,000

5,000,000

0

0

0

0

0

47,453,142

756,149,861

20,429,009,621

10,000,000

160,000,000

36,000,000

1,000,000

56,400,000

(820,000)

101,000,000

0

35,645,357

0

0

7,820,000

0

0

11,641,000

418,686,357

400,037,573

667,121,244

13,600,000

0

2,000,000

0

24,180,000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

39,780,000

39,780,000

60,036,075

10,000,000

160,000,000

36,000,000

1,000,000

56,400,000

(820,000)

101,000,000

13,600,000

35,645,357

2,000,000

0

32,000,000

0

0

11,641,000

458,466,357

439,817,573

727,157,319 -814.38

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

3,250,000

5,173,000

2,000,000

10,423,000

688,431,555

1,616,380

690,047,935

10,000,000

160,000,000

36,000,000

1,000,000

56,400,000

(820,000)

101,000,000

13,600,000

63,045,357

2,000,000

6,053,142

32,000,000

9,000,000

5,000,000

11,641,000

505,919,499

1,195,967,434

21,156,166,940

3,250,000

5,173,000

2,000,000

10,423,000

8

Total General Fund Budget

Summary of General Fund Appropriations

Fiscal Year 2014-15

2013 Legislative Session

Continuation Budget

2014-15

20,429,009,621

Recurring Nonrecurring

Adjustments Adjustments

667,121,244

Legislative Adjustments

70,459,075

Net

Changes

FTE

Changes

737,580,319 -814.38

Revised

Appropriation

2014-15

21,166,589,940

9

EDUCATION

Section F

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House Subcommittee on Education

Public Education

GENERAL FUND

Recommended Budget

FY 13-14

$7,984,924,757

Legislative Changes

A. Technical Adjustments

1

Average Daily Membership (ADM)

Revises projected ADM to reflect 6,642 more students than originally projected in FY 2013-14 and 6,636 more students than originally projected in FY 2014-15. This adjustment includes revisions to all position, dollar, and categorical allotments.

$11,776,341

R

Total revised allotted ADM for FY 2013-14 is 1,509,985, an increase of

17,192 students over FY 2012-13. Total revised allotted ADM for FY

2014-15 is 1,526,591, an increase of 16,606 students over FY 2013-14.

2

ADM Adjustment: Opportunity Scholarships

Adjusts the FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15 ADM to reflect the estimated decrease in public school enrollment resulting from the Opportunity

Scholarship Grants authorized by Section 8.29 of this act.

3

Average Salaries for Certified Personnel

Makes two adjustments to projected certified personnel salaries. First, budgeted funding for certified personnel salaries is revised based on actual salary data from December 2012. Secondly, an additional negative adjustment is made to allow for the budgeting of $7.5 million transferred in FY 2011-12 and FY 2012-13 from budgeted personnel salaries to support the ACT suite of assessments. These adjustments do not reduce any salary paid to certified personnel, nor do they reduce the number of guaranteed State-funded teachers, administrators, or instructional support personnel.

4

Civil Penalties

Increases budgeted receipts from Civil Penalties and takes a corresponding General Fund reduction to reflect one-time transfers from the Department of Transportation in FY 2012-13. These funds are used to support State Public School Fund requirements.

5

Sales Tax Receipts Transfer to State Public School Fund

Increases the annual transfer from the Department of Revenue (DOR) to the State Public School Fund based on projected growth in State sales tax proceeds. This transfer was initiated in S.L. 2005-276 in lieu of a State sales tax refund to local school administrative units (LEAs).

Funds from the DOR transfer are used to support State Public School

Fund requirements. The total DOR transfer will be $51.3 million in FY

2013-14; $52.8 million in FY 2014-15.

($12,085,436)

($19,373,083)

($25,950,674)

($5,025,426)

R

R

NR

R

FY 14-15

$8,111,097,830

$12,316,344

R

($35,853,560)

R

($19,480,756)

R

($6,553,965)

R

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House Subcommittee on Education

FY 13-14

6

Low Wealth Supplemental Funding

Adjusts the supplemental allotment for school districts in low wealth communities to align funding availability with actual school district eligibility. This adjustment will not reduce funding to eligible districts.

$209.0 million will be available in this allotment in FY 2013-14 and FY

2014-15.

C. Other Public School Funding Adjustments

7

Limited English Proficiency

Reduces the allotment for Limited English Proficiency to account for declining enrollment based on revised student headcount figures.

$78.3 million will be available in this allotment in FY 2013-14; $85.0 million will be available in FY 2014-15.

8

ACT Assessments

Provides a dedicated source of State funding for the administration of the ACT testing suite, which include the ACT, PLAN, EXPLORE, and

WorkKeys diagnostic assessments.

9

School Bus Replacement

Reduces funding for school bus replacement and modifies the school bus replacement standards pursuant to Section 8.11. Currently, school buses are eligible for replacement after 20 years or 200,000 miles of service. This item modifies the mileage and age standards and appropriates sufficient funding to replace all school buses meeting the revised criteria. 539 buses will be replaced in FY 2013-14; 579 buses will be replaced in FY 2014-15. $37.8 million will be available for this purpose in FY 2013-14; $49.6 million will be available in FY

2014-15.

10

Stop Arm Cameras

Provides funding to purchase two school bus stop arm safety cameras for all 115 LEAs in both years of the biennium. The cameras are intended to improve student safety by serving as a visible deterrent to potential stop arm violators and documenting actual violations for use in prosecution.

11

LEA Flexibility Adjustment

Provides funding to reduce the LEA Adjustment by 2.0% in FY 2014-

15. The State Board of Education shall distribute the remainder of the

LEA Adjustment to all LEAs and charter schools on the basis of ADM.

LEAs and charter schools will then be responsible for identifying budget reductions in order to meet their share of the Adjustment.

$376.1 million will remain in the Adjustment in FY 2013-14 and $368.6 million will remain in FY 2014-15.

($18,435,300)

($3,000,000)

$7,500,000

($29,823,055)

$690,000

$0

R

R

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

($18,435,300)

R

($3,000,000)

R

$7,500,000

R

($39,102,605)

R

$690,000

R

$7,540,076

R

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House Subcommittee on Education

FY 13-14

12

Small County Supplemental Funding

Restructures this allotment to restrict eligibility to only those counties with ADM of 3,200 or less and provides per-pupil funding on a sliding scale based on the size of the school district. LEAs made ineligible under this formula will have their allotment phased-out over a five-year period. A related provision, Section 8.4, provides additional details on this change. $44.9 million will remain in this allotment in FY 2013-14 and $42.4 million will remain in FY 2014-15.

13

Instructional Supplies

Modifies the funding sources for this allotment over the biennium. The

General Fund recurring reduction is fully offset by $4.2 million in

Lottery receipts in FY 2013-14 and $1.6 million in Lottery receipts in FY

2014-15 and nonrecurring General Fund monies. $50.7 million will be available in this allotment in FY 2013-14; $51.7 million will be available in FY 2014-15.

14

Education Value Added Assessment System (EVAAS)

Increases General Fund support for EVAAS to continue expansion initially supported by receipts in FY 2012-13. That expansion enables:

1) direct access to value-added information for teachers who teach classes with an End of Course/End of Grade test, and 2) capability for users to export EVAAS data and merge it with other relevant analyses. Total EVAAS funding will be $2.7 million.

15

EVAAS School Performance Grades

Provides funds for the data collection, analysis and calculation of school performance grades, as described in Section 8.13.

16

Teacher Assistants

Reduces Teacher Assistants funding by 4% in FY 2013-14 and 5% in

FY 2014-15 and allocates funding on the basis of student headcount in grades K-3. In FY 2013-14, $546.2 million will remain in this allotment. In FY 2014-15, $558.3 million will remain in this allotment.

17

Education-Based Salary Supplements

Phases out education-based salary supplements in FY 2014-15 for certain education personnel not compensated for such supplements in

FY 2013-14, as directed in Section 8.22.

18

Excellent Public Schools Act

Provides additional funds to the Department of Public Instruction to carry out elements of the Excellent Public Schools Act contained in

Section 7A.1 of S.L. 2012-142, except for the reading plans and workshops for parents of retained students authorized by the Act in

G.S. 115C-83.1H(d).

19

Educator Effectiveness and Compensation Task Force

Supports the costs associated with a newly established North Carolina

Educator Effectiveness and Compensation Task Force, created in

Section 8.31.

($631,944)

($12,000,000)

$7,816,365

$850,000

$300,000

($24,621,965)

$1,000,000

$13,578,841

$62,000

R

R

NR

R

NR

R

R

NR

NR

FY 14-15

($3,192,877)

R

($12,000,000)

$10,408,978

R

NR

$850,000

R

$100,000

R

($29,114,988)

R

($18,700,000)

R

$1,000,000

R

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FY 13-14

20

Opportunity Scholarships

Provides funds for Opportunity Scholarship Grants, as authorized by

Section 8.29 of this act. The program will create scholarship grants of up to $4,200 per year for eligible students to attend nonpublic schools.

21

Advanced Placement/International Baccalaureate

Provides support to encourage Advanced Placement (AP) and

International Baccalaureate (IB) participation in all LEAs, defray student fees for AP/IB tests, and award incentive bonuses to teachers of students deemed to successfully complete AP/IB tests. FY 2013-14 funds support the creation and initial efforts of the North Carolina

Advanced Placement Partnership, as prescribed by Section 8.27. FY

2014-15 funds support the Partnership, student test fees, and teacher incentive bonuses.

22

School Safety

Provides $10 million in recurring support for School Resource Officers in elementary and middle schools, $2 million for installing and maintaining panic alarms in public schools, and $4 million for school psychologists, school counselors, and social workers. Sections 8.35 through 8.45 describe the rules related to the distribution of this funding.

23

Career Technology Education Test Fees and Incentive Bonuses

Provides support to defray student fees for examinations leading to industry certifications and credentials and to fund incentive bonuses to

LEAs on the basis of student certification in high-value fields, as identified by the State Board of Education and the Department of

Commerce. Test fees will be supported in both years of the biennium while the incentive bonuses will begin in FY 2014-15, governed by the guidelines found in Section 8.28.

24

Education Innovation Grants

Provides support for a pilot program that will make competitive grants to foster innovation in education with a goal to graduate more career- and college-ready students. Section 8.34 details the program rules.

25

Cooperative and Innovative High School Allotment

Provides funding for Yadkin Valley Regional Career Academy to receive Cooperative and Innovative High School allotment support.

D. Pass-through Funds

26

Teach for America

Provides additional State support to Teach for America (TFA), an organization that focuses on new teacher recruitment, training, and placement in high-need school districts.

$10,000,000

$1,500,000

$16,000,000

$1,252,157

$2,000,000

$310,669

$500,000

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$40,000,000

R

$15,802,800

R

$16,000,000

R

$7,011,200

R

$2,000,000

R

$310,669

R

$500,000

R

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27

Tarheel ChalleNGe

Transfers funding from the Department of Public Instruction for

Tarheel ChalleNGe, a National Guard program for at-risk youth, to the

Department of Public Safety (DPS) budget. The State funds were transferred to DPI in 2009, but federal matching funds remain with

DPS. This transfer consolidates all of the funding for Tarheel

ChalleNGe in one place. A corresponding increase can be found in the Justice and Public Safety Section of this budget.

28

Teaching Fellows

Reinstates the Teaching Fellows program pursuant to Section 8.32.

Sufficient funding would remain to restore the program and begin recruiting a new class of Teaching Fellows in FY 2014-15.

29

Rural Charter School Development

Supports a pilot program administered by Parents for Educational

Freedom in North Carolina (PEFNC) intended to accelerate charter school development in rural North Carolina. A related provision,

Section 8.33, articulates the rules governing the program.

E. Department of Public Instruction

30

Office of Charter Schools

Adds three consultant positions to DPI's Office of Charter Schools.

These positions will be used to keep pace with the increase of newlyestablished charter schools in North Carolina. Funds are included for salaries and benefits, travel, technology needs, and miscellaneous expenses.

31

DPI Flexible Reduction

Reduces State support for Department of Public Instruction operations, including salaries and benefits, by 1.2%. The State Board of Education may allocate this reduction at its discretion.

FY 13-14

($767,719)

R

($3,000,000)

NR

$464,100

$320,000

3.00

($520,327)

R

R

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

($72,120,988)

($7,193,468)

3.00

R

NR

$7,905,610,301

FY 14-15

($767,719)

R

($3,000,000)

NR

$464,100

R

$320,000

3.00

R

($520,327)

R

($74,316,908)

$7,408,978

3.00

R

NR

$8,044,189,900

Public Education Page F 5

House Subcommittee on Education

Community Colleges

GENERAL FUND

Recommended Budget

FY 13-14

$1,037,430,475

Legislative Changes

A. Enrollment

32

Enrollment Model Funding Change

Modifies the community college enrollment funding model. Currently, community colleges are funded based on the higher of the prior year's actual enrollment or the three-year average enrollment. This adjustment shifts the three-year average to a two-year average, and accounts for varying enrollment among the tiered funding levels.

33

NC Guaranteed Admission Program Enrollment Reserve

Transfers funds from the UNC System to fund an enrollment growth reserve in FY 2014-15. The State Board of Community Colleges shall distribute the reserve to those colleges experiencing an increase in enrollment from students participating in the NC Guaranteed

Admission Program (NC GAP), as described in Section 11.17. NC

GAP will provide certain students with guaranteed admission to a UNC campus as a junior, upon completion of an associate's degree. In future years, funding for these students will be incorporated in regular enrollment growth funding.

B. Tuition and Fees

34

Curriculum Tuition

Increases curriculum tuition by $2.50 per credit hour and makes a corresponding General Fund reduction in anticipation of increased tuition receipts.

Tuition will increase from $69 to $71.50 per credit hour for residents and from $261 to $263.50 for nonresidents. Tuition for full-time resident students will increase by a maximum of $80 per year, from

$2,208 to $2,288.

35

Continuing Education Fee

Increases continuing education fees by $5 per course and takes a corresponding General Fund reduction in anticipation of increased tuition receipts. The new fees will be as follows:

Classes 1-24 hours - $70,

Classes 25-50 hours - $125,

Classes 51+ hours - $180.

($19,893,462)

($10,433,065)

($664,509)

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$1,037,430,475

($19,893,462)

R

$4,451,700

NR

($10,433,065)

R

($664,509)

R

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FY 13-14

36

Senior Citizens Tuition Waiver

Eliminates the tuition waiver found in G.S. 115D-5(b)(11) that waives tuition for up to six hours of credit instruction and one course of noncredit instruction per academic semester for senior citizens age 65 or older who are qualified as legal residents of North Carolina.

C. Performance Funding

37

Restore Management Flexibility Reduction

Provides funding to restore a portion of the management flexibility reduction. These funds will be distributed to colleges in accordance with the Community College Institutional Performance Accountability structure, as amended in Section 10.5.

38

Curriculum Formula Funding

Reduces regular formula funding for curriculum instruction. These funds will instead be distributed in accordance with the Community

College Institutional Performance Accountability structure, as amended in Section 10.5.

39

Continuing Education Funding Formula

Reduces regular formula funding for continuing education instruction.

These funds will instead be distributed in accordance with the

Community College Institutional Performance Accountability structure, as amended in Section 10.5.

40

Basic Skills Funding Formula

Reduces regular formula funding for basic skills instruction. These funds will instead be distributed in accordance with the Community

College Institutional Performance Accountability structure, as amended in Section 10.5.

D. Other State Aid Adjustments

41

Equipment

Provides funds for the purchase of instructional equipment and technology at all 58 colleges. These funds are in addition to the $49 million included in the base budget for this purpose. Funds shall be distributed in accordance with the existing equipment formula.

42

Manufacturing Solutions Center

Provides additional funding for the Manufacturing Solutions Center at

Catawba Valley Community College. Total funding for this program will be $696,922.

43

Textile Technology Center

Provides additional funding for the Textile Technology Center at

Gaston College. Total funding for this program will be $503,954.

($970,000)

$9,000,000

($7,500,000)

($1,500,000)

R

R

R

R

$10,000,000

NR

$150,000

$150,000

R

R

FY 14-15

($970,000)

R

$12,000,000

R

($7,500,000)

R

($1,500,000)

R

($3,000,000)

R

$150,000

R

$150,000

R

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FY 13-14

44

Customized Training

Reduces the Customized Training budget on a one-time basis. Total recurring funding for the program is $12.5 million; however, per G.S.

115D-5.1(f2), unexpended funds for the program do not revert and are instead carried forward to the next year. The total amount available for expenditure in FY 2013-14 is projected to be $20.8 million.

45

Data Connectivity

Eliminates a portion of the recurring funding for data connectivity at each community college's main campus. Due to their concentrated buying power, community colleges were able to negotiate lower rates and these funds have remained unspent. Total funding remaining for the initiative will be $4,986,528.

46

BioNetwork

Reduces funds for the BioNetwork program. Total funding remaining for the program will be $4,159,611.

47

Botanical Laboratory

Reduces support for the categorical allotment for the botanical laboratory at Fayetteville Technical Community College, leaving

$132,000 remaining in the allotment for this program. The college will continue to receive regular FTE formula funding for enrollment at the botanical laboratory, and may use other State funding allocated to it to continue the program.

E. Community Colleges System Office Adjustments

48

GED Program Office

Shifts $104,266 in FY 2013-14 and $208,533 in FY 2014-15 from the

Basic Skills Block Grant to the Community Colleges System Office to administer the Adult High School and General Education Development

(GED) Programs.

S.L. 2011-145 shifted this program’s budget and the associated 2.5 positions from General Fund appropriations to receipt support from

GED exam fees. Due to changes in the GED exam, these fees will no longer be paid to the System Office as of January 1, 2014. This item shifts the program budget, including two GED and Adult High School

Tech positions and one-half of the Education Program Director position, back to General Fund appropriations.

49

System Office Advertising and Travel

Reduces the System Office budget for advertising ($100,000) and travel ($20,000).

50

Audit Services

Eliminates recurring funding for the Audit Services division of the

System Office. Restoration of recurring funding is subject to the results of a study by the State Board of Community Colleges in accordance with Section 10.15 of this act.

($2,000,000)

NR

($647,972)

($100,000)

($132,000)

2.50

($120,000)

($551,572)

$551,572

R

R

R

R

R

NR

FY 14-15

($647,972)

R

($100,000)

R

($132,000)

R

2.50

($120,000)

R

($551,572)

$551,572

R

NR

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51

State Board Reserve

Reduces funding for the State Board reserve, leaving $368,000 in this reserve.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

($132,000)

R

FY 14-15

($132,000)

R

($33,344,580)

$8,551,572

2.50

R

NR

$1,012,637,467

($33,344,580)

$5,003,272

2.50

R

NR

$1,009,089,167

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House Subcommittee on Education

UNC System

GENERAL FUND

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

A. Strategic Directions Initiative

52

Degree Attainment

Provides funding to increase degree attainment by improving graduation rates of existing students, increasing part-way home and transfer student success, and improving accessibility to North

Carolina's military, adult learners, and high school graduates. Funding will be distributed as follows:

1) Performance Improvement Fund

FY 2013-14: $1.0 million R

FY 2014-15: $3.0 million R

2) Early Warning System

FY 2013-14: $1.0 million R

FY 2014-15: $1.0 million R

3) Success of Transfer and Part-Way Home Students

FY 2013-14: $1.0 million R

FY 2014-15: $2.0 million R

4) Nonresident Veterans Tuition Assistance

FY 2013-14: $3.0 million R

FY 2014-15: $3.0 million R

53

Research

Provides funding for focused investments in faculty, research, and scholarship that support UNC priorities. As directed in Section 11.14, funding is provided for capital facilities lease costs, startup and infrastructure, and shared research equipment, as well as the following research areas:

- Advanced Manufacturing

- Data Sciences

- Defense, Military, and Security

- Energy

- Marine and Coastal Sciences

- Pharmaco-engineering

FY 13-14

$2,709,551,807

$6,000,000

R

$2,400,000

$1,000,000

R

NR

FY 14-15

$2,737,874,470

$9,000,000

R

$12,100,000

$10,000,000

R

NR

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FY 13-14

54

Academic Quality

Provides funding to better assess student learning and develop new methods of instruction that incorporate technology, distance education, and core competencies. Funding will be distributed as follows:

1) Comprehensive Distance Education Plan

FY 2013-14: $1.0 million R

FY 2014-15: $1.0 million R

2) Enhanced 2+2 Delivery

FY 2013-14: $0.5 million R

FY 2014-15: $0.5 million R

3) Competency Based Assessment

FY 2013-14: $0.6 million R

FY 2014-15: $1.2 million R

4) Eliminate Distance Education Charge for Full-Time Students

FY 2013-14: $3.0 million NR

55

Streamlined Operations

Provides funding to streamline operations, to be distributed as follows:

1) College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC)

FY 2013-14: $1.0 million R

FY 2014-15: $1.0 million R

2) Enhance Private Development

FY 2013-14: $0.5 million R

FY 2014-15: $1.0 million R

3) Enhanced Data Analytics

FY 2013-14: $0.8 million NR

FY 2014-15: $1.5 million NR

56

Administrative and Operational Efficiencies

Reduces funding in anticipation of savings from the implementation of administrative and operational efficiencies, including:

- Shared services for residency determination, internal audit,

financial aid review, and IT infrastructure;

- Strategic purchasing;

- Span of control evaluations;

- Improved business practices; and

- Energy efficiency measures.

57

Instructional Efficiencies

Reduces funding in anticipation of savings from the implementation of system-wide academic programming measures, including system-wide section size guidelines and improved transferability of credits between

UNC campuses.

58

Program Consolidation

Reduces funding in anticipation of savings from the consolidation of small or duplicative programs within the UNC System.

$2,100,000

$3,000,000

$1,500,000

$800,000

($10,000,000)

($15,800,000)

R

NR

R

NR

R

R

UNC System

FY 14-15

$2,700,000

R

$2,000,000

$1,500,000

R

NR

($15,000,000)

R

($21,100,000)

R

($1,900,000)

R

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B. Other Adjustments

59

Tuition Increases for Nonresident Students

Increases tuition rates for nonresident students beginning in FY 2014-

15. Nonresident tuition rates for graduate and undergraduate degree programs will be increased by 12.3% for UNC-SA, NCA&T, NCSU,

UNC-C, UNC-CH, and UNC-W and 6% for all other campuses.

60

NC Guaranteed Admission Program Enrollment Savings

Decreases enrollment growth funding for FY 2014-15 in anticipation of reduced enrollment at the UNC System due to the implementation of the NC Guaranteed Admission Program (NC GAP), as described by

Section 11.17. NC GAP will provide certain students with guaranteed admission to a UNC campus as a junior, upon completion of an associate's degree. From these savings, $4,451,700 is transferred to the NC Community College System for an enrollment growth reserve.

61

Management Flexibility Reduction

Mandates a management flexibility reduction for the UNC operating budget. As directed in Section 11.5, the UNC Board of Governors shall not allocate this reduction on an across-the-board basis to constituent institutions.

62

Optional Retirement Program Forfeitures

Reduces UNC's budget by $4 million annually. The UNC System shall offset this reduction by replacing contributions to the Optional

Retirement Program with forfeitures the Program receives under G.S.

135-5.1(b)(5).

63

McNair Hall Building Reserve

Eliminates recurring operating funds previously budgeted for an addition to McNair Hall at NCA&T State University. The McNair Hall addition was to be part of the Graduate Engineering School Project but has been cancelled.

64

UNC School of Medicine Subsidy

Eliminates the reserve for the UNC School of Medicine.

($54,838,170)

($70,097,586)

($4,000,000)

($150,185)

($15,000,000)

R

NR

R

R

R

C. Financial Aid

65

Tuition Grant for NC Science & Math Graduates

Completes the phase out of the UNC tuition grant for graduates of the

North Carolina School of Science and Math (NCSSM). $1,220,765 will remain in the budget for FY 2013-14 to pay tuition for students who graduated from NCSSM in 2010; all funding is eliminated for FY 2014-

15.

66

National Board Certification Loan Program

Reduces recurring funding for this revolving loan program for teachers pursuing certification by the National Board for Professional Teaching

Standards. Total remaining recurring funding will be $100,000.

Additionally, Section 11.2 reduces the available fund balance for the program, leaving $1,300,000 to support ongoing operations.

($1,248,310)

R

($3,174,500)

R

UNC System

FY 14-15

($48,000,000)

($6,100,000)

R

NR

($12,605,822)

R

($54,838,170)

($11,964,100)

R

NR

($4,000,000)

R

($150,185)

R

($15,000,000)

R

($2,469,075)

R

($3,174,500)

R

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UNC Need-Based Grant Forward Funding Reserve

Provides additional funding for the UNC Need-Based Grant Forward

Funding Reserve. In addition to these funds, Section 11.2 appropriates $5 million in other funds to the reserve. A total of

$122,475,842 will be available for scholarships in each year.

68

NC Need-Based Scholarship

Provides additional funding for the NC Need-Based Scholarship for private college students. Total program funding for FY 2013-14 and

FY 2014-15 will be $86,351,588.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

$3,454,656

$20,882

R

NR

$4,500,000

R

FY 14-15

$3,454,656

R

$4,500,000

R

($84,256,509)

($65,276,704)

R

NR

($144,483,096)

($6,564,100)

R

NR

$2,560,018,594 $2,586,827,274

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HEALTH

&

HUMAN SERVICES

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Health and Human Services

GENERAL FUND

Recommended Budget

FY 13-14

$4,615,870,375

Legislative Changes

( 1.0) Division of Central Management and Support

1

Office of Citizen Services Positions

Eliminates six positions associated with the elimination of the NC Care

Line in S.L. 2011-145.

60037847 Processing Assistant III

60037849 Community Service Consultant

60037850 Administrative Officer I

60037854 Processing Assistant V

60037855 Human Service Planner/Evaluator II

60090103 Administrative Officer I

2

Adjustment Based on Historical Transfers/Elimination of

Vacant Positions

Reduces funds based on transfers from the Division of Central

Management to the Division of Medical Assistance. In FY 2010-11 approximately $3.7 million was transferred from lapsed salary, contracts and Division of Information and Resource Management

(DIRM) administration accounts. In FY 2011-12 approximately $2.7 million was transferred from lapsed salary and indirect cost accounts.

These funds were transferred to the Division of Medical Assistance to cover Medicaid shortfalls in both years. In order to achieve this reduction, the Secretary may exercise the authority provided in Section

12A.1 to eliminate vacant positions throughout the Department.

3

North Carolina Families Accessing Services Through

Technology (NC FAST)

Provides funds to match federal receipts and continue the development and implementation of NC FAST.

4

Department of Justice Settlement Agreement

Provides funds pursuant to the agreement between the State and the

U.S. Department of Justice to develop and implement housing, support, and other services for people with mental illness. The funds will be used to provide services to an additional 150 people in FY 2013-

14 and up to 708 people in FY 2014-15.

5

Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS)

Directs the Department to use prior-year earned revenue to fund this system.

FY 2013-14: $9,658,152 NR

FY 2014-15: $1,666,625 NR

Health and Human Services

($339,787)

-6.00

R

($2,287,280)

R

($54,000)

NR

$3,834,275

R

FY 14-15

$4,630,560,536

($339,787)

-6.00

R

($2,287,280)

R

$864,655

NR

$9,394,658

R

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6

Medication Assistance Program

Provides funding for the Medication Assistance Program (MAP). MAP assists uninsured, low-income people in obtaining free prescription drugs.

7

NC MedAssist Program

Provides funding to award a grant to the NC MedAssist Program to expand the capacity of its statewide pharmacy program which serves uninsured and low-income persons.

8

Funds For Non-Profits

Provides funds for historically funded non-profits for FY 2013-14. The

Department is directed to create a competitive block grant process for the appropriation of these funds beginning in FY 2014-15. In addition to the state funds, Social Services Block Grant funds are appropriated for non-profits for FY 2013-14 in the amount of $3,194,751 for a total appropriation of $12,723,885.

9

Supplemental Short-Term Assistance for Group Homes

Appropriates funds for one year for group home residents who were determined to be ineligible for Medicaid personal care services on or after January 1, 2013. The maximum monthly payment is set at

$464.30 and is based on providing 33 hours of service per eligible recipient. Group homes may only use these funds for: non-hands on assistance, supervision and medication management for a resident who meets the required eligibility criteria. Funds for this purpose are capped at a maximum amount of $8,000,000 and will end upon the implementation of a tiered State-County Special Assistance Block

Grant program or upon depletion of the funds.

10

Statewide Telepyschiatry Program

Provides funds to establish a statewide telepsychiatry program to provide consultant services as an alternative to alleviate hospital emergency department wait times, involuntary commitments, and local law enforcement involvement in the transport of patients who have been involuntarily committed, especially in rural and medically underserved areas. The funds are provided to the Office of Rural

Health and Community Care to be used to establish and administer the program and to purchase telepsychiatry equipment for the Stateowned facilities.

( 2.0) Division of Child Development and Early Education

11

County Services Support from 4% to 3% of Child Care

Allocations

Reduces general fund appropriation for local county departments of social services administration for the child care subsidy program.

Local administrative costs will be 3% of a county's subsidized child care allocation or $80,000 whichever is greater. The Subsidized Early

Education for Kids (SEEK) system being implemented will automate manual processes, such as keying attendance data and issuing checks to providers which will reduce administrative costs to the local departments of social services.

$1,704,033

$400,000

$9,529,134

$8,000,000

$2,000,000

($2,500,000)

R

R

NR

NR

R

R

Health and Human Services

FY 14-15

$1,704,033

R

$400,000

R

$2,000,000

R

($2,624,189)

R

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12

Regulatory Positions Shifted from State to Federal Funding

Transfers $604,541 in salaries and $204,962 in benefits for14 positions as well as $90,497 in operating costs to receipt support by utilizing the Child Care Development Fund block grant. The Child

Care Regulatory fund has $1.5 million remaining in state appropriations. The following positions are affected:

60038736 Child Day Care Specialist

60038746 Child Day Care Specialist

60038747 Child Day Care Specialist

60038610 Child Day Care Specialist

60038743 Child Day Care Specialist

60038742 Child Day Care Specialist

60038735 Child Day Care Specialist

60038741 Child Day Care Specialist

60038745 Child Day Care Specialist

60038734 Child Day Care Specialist

60038739 Child Day Care Specialist

60038749 Child Day Care Specialist

60038730 Child Day Care Specialist

60038835 Program Assistant V

13

Seat Management Funding Elimination

Eliminates funding for seat management, the outsourcing of management of workstation capabilities for employees, including hardware and software.

14

Adjustments Based on Historical Transfers

Reduces funds based on transfers from the Division of Child

Development and Early Education to the Division of Medical

Assistance. In FY 2011-12 approximately $870,000 was transferred from lapsed salary, contracts and administrative services to the

Division of Medical Assistance to cover the Medicaid shortfall.

15

Pre-K Slots

Provides $24,800,000 additional funding from lottery receipts to add

5,000 slots for Pre-K. These additional slots bring the total available

Pre-K slots to 30,000.

( 4.0) Division of Social Services

16

Seat Management Funding Elimination

Eliminates funding for seat management, the outsourcing of management of workstation capabilities for employees, including hardware and software.

FY 13-14

($900,000)

-14.00

R

($38,125)

R

($652,500)

R

($606,695)

R

FY 14-15

($900,000)

-14.00

R

($38,125)

R

($652,500)

R

($606,695)

R

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Adjustment Based on Historical Transfers

Reduces funds based on historical transfers from the Division of Social

Services to the Division of Medical Assistance. In FY 2010-11 $9.7 million was transferred from contracts, unused adoption and foster care services funding, and other administrative funds. In FY 2011-12 the division transferred approximately $15.3 million. Of this amount approximately $4.5 million was from unspent foster care and adoption services funding, $600,000 from lapsed salary, $1 million in contracts, and $4 million from non-recurring revenue from prior year earned revenue, indirect costs and prior year audit and adjustments. The remaining funds came from administration, including seat management. Some of the historical transfers are reduced in the seat management and contract and administrative reduction items. Foster

Care and Adoption services funding was reduced in the continuation budget.

18

Contract and Administrative Savings

Eliminates funds for the Child Welfare Multiple Response System

(MRS) Conference that trained county staff on MRS. The conference is no longer needed as MRS has been implemented statewide. Also eliminates funds for the forms and supply warehouse that is no longer needed as the warehouse has closed. The remaining reduction is from administration and internet billing costs.

19

Federal Funds for County Child Welfare Services

Replacement

Provides funds to partially replace federal funding for child welfare administration due to a change in the application of federal policy. The

State supports county DSS agencies at an overall rate of 31% of the non-federal share of their county budgets for public assistance and service programs. This appropriation replaces 33% of the lost federal funding on a nonrecurring basis to support the counties while the North

Carolina Families Accessing Services through Technology (NCFAST) information system is being developed and implemented. Once fully implemented, NCFAST is projected to save administrative costs for counties.

20

NC Reach - Child Welfare Postsecondary Education

Provides funds to support 10% growth each year of the biennium for

NC Reach, which provides funds for former foster care youth who have aged out of foster care and children adopted after age 12 who attend college within the UNC and Community College systems.

There is currently no waiting list for this service. Expenditure growth rate from FY 2010-11 to FY 2011-12 was 10%. No additional funding was available for FY 2012-13. NC Reach funding is the payer of last resort and covers items such as books, supplies, transportation, and room and board not covered by other funding sources.

21

Adoption Promotion Fund

Provides funds to support adoptions through reimbursements to private nonprofit organizations to support adoption programs and provide financial incentive to county departments of social services to complete adoptions above an established baseline.

($1,875,000)

($1,066,123)

$4,826,346

$187,275

$1,500,000

R

R

NR

R

R

Health and Human Services

FY 14-15

($3,500,811)

R

($1,066,123)

R

$4,826,346

NR

$364,415

R

$1,500,000

R

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22

Permanency Innovation Initiative Fund

Provides funds to support the Permanency Innovation Initiative Fund that will improve permanency outcomes for children living in foster care, improve engagement with biological relatives of children in or at risk of entering foster care, and reduce costs associated with maintaining children in foster care.

23

Child Advocacy Centers

Provides additional funds for Child Advocacy Centers.

( 6.0) Division of Vocational Rehabilitation

24

Independent Living Program Administration Reduction

Reduces the administrative budget for the Independent Living Program.

25

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Administration Funding

Replaces General Fund appropriations budgeted for administrative expenses in the Vocational Rehabilitation Basic Support program with program receipts.

26

State Funding in the Assistive Technology Program Replaced

Replaces the General Fund appropriation in the Assistive Technology

Program with program receipts.

27

Historical Transfers to Medicaid

Reduces funding based on transfers from the Division of Vocational

Rehabilitation to the Division of Medical Assistance. In FY 2011-12 approximately $845,000 was transferred from indirect costs funds to the Division of Medical Assistance to cover the Medicaid shortfall.

( 7.0) Division of Aging and Adult Services

28

Seat Management Funding Elimination

Eliminates funding for seat management within the Division. The

Department discontinued outsourcing management of its workstation capabilities including hardware and software.

29

Adjustment Based on Historical Transfers

Reduces funding based on transfers from the Division of Aging and

Adult Services to the Division of Medical Assistance. In FY 2011-12 approximately $470,000 was transferred from lapsed salary and administration accounts were transferred to the Division of Medical

Assistance to cover the Medicaid shortfall.

30

Home and Community Care Block Grant (HCCBG)

Reduces the HCCBG and transfers the funds to support Project

C.A.R.E. $27 million in General Fund appropriation remains in the

HCCBG to provide home and community-based services to seniors and disabled adults.

FY 13-14

$1,000,000

$54,450

($10,000)

($102,236)

($98,738)

($300,000)

($855)

($300,000)

($500,000)

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$2,750,000

R

$54,450

R

($10,000)

R

($102,236)

R

($98,738)

R

($300,000)

R

($855)

R

($300,000)

R

($500,000)

R

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Caregiver Alternatives to Running on Empty (Project

C.A.R.E.)

Provides $500,000 to replace an expiring federal grant to support

Project C.A.R.E. The program provides respite and support services to families caring for a person with dementia at home.

32

Long-Term Care Ombudsman

Replaces lost federal receipts and maintains the current level of service. In the FY 2011-13 budget, General Fund support for the Long-

Term Care Ombudsman was replaced with federal civil monetary penalties receipts. Since then, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid

Services (CMS) has restricted the use of those federal receipts for this purpose.

( 8.0) Division of Public Health

33

Early Intervention - Children's Developmental Services

Agencies

Reduces FY 2013-14 funding to the Division of Public Health based on historical transfers to the Division of Medical Assistance. In FY 2010-

11, approximately $17.1 million was transferred from lapsed salary, administration, and contract accounts to address the Medicaid shortfall. In FY 2011-12, approximately $17.4 million was transferred.

Of the amounts transferred, over half was lapsed salary and other unspent funds budgeted to the Early Intervention Branch. Also eliminates funding, effective July 1, 2014, for 4 of the 16 Children's

Development Service Agencies (CDSAs). In determining which

CDSAs to close, the Division shall make it a priority to maintain the

CDSAs that have the highest caseloads of children who reside in rural or medically underserved areas of the State.

34

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Drug Purchases

Reduces ADAP funding to more accurately reflect current spending levels. ADAP provides pharmaceuticals to financially-eligible persons with AIDS. There are currently two ADAP funding sources: federal

Ryan White CARE Act and State appropriations. Due to increased FY

2013-14 federal ADAP receipts, the amount of funds remaining for

ADAP pharmaceutical purchases after the $8 million reduction is anticipated to be $5 million more than the FY2012-13 budget.

35

Food and Lodging Permit Fee

Maintains the State's share of the food and lodging inspection fee at

$25. The annual inspection fee is increased from $75 to $95, effective

July 1, 2013. All revenues generated by the fee increase will be retained by the counties.

36

Autopsy Fee Receipts

Reduces the General Fund appropriation and budgets increased autopsy fee receipts. Effective July 1, 2013, the autopsy fee increases from $1,000 to $1,250.

37

State Public Health Laboratory

Provides funding for the State Public Health Laboratory to offset receipts lost due to FY 2010-11 Medicaid provider rate reductions.

$500,000

($8,000,000)

($8,000,000)

($220,000)

$1,052,000

R

NR

R

R

R

Health and Human Services

FY 14-15

$500,000

R

$200,000

R

($10,000,000)

R

-160.00

($8,000,000)

R

($220,000)

R

$1,052,000

R

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NC Tobacco Use Quitline

Provides funds to continue the operation of the North Carolina

Tobacco Use Quitline (NC Quitline). NC Quitline provides free tobacco cessation services and treatment for NC residents.

( 9.0) Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and

Substance Abuse Services

39

LME/MCO Administration

Reduces funds provided for Local Management Entities

(LME)/Managed Care Organizations (MCO) administration funding formula. The LME/MCO transition phase will be fully implemented by

July 1, 2013 resulting in savings to the General Fund.

40

Gambling Fund Balance

Budgets accumulated lottery budget receipts transferred to the Division for gambling addiction education and treatment programs. This reduction is not anticipated to affect the level of services provided.

41

NC High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA)

Eliminates the recurring special appropriation for the NCHSAA. In FY

2013-14, nonrecurring funds are provided for NCHSAA in item #8 above, Funds for Non-profits.

42

Broughton Hospital Beds

Realigns the Division's base budget to transfer $3,513,000 recurring from Fund Code 1910 - Reserves and Transfers to Fund Code - 1561

Broughton Hospital to open 19 additional adult psychiatric care beds.

These funds were originally appropriated by S.L. 2012-142 for this purpose but contingent upon the status of the Medicaid budget. Due to the contingency, FY 2012-13 funds were placed in the reserve account and then transferred to Budget Code 14445 to address the

Medicaid budget shortfall. In the Division's FY 2013-15 continuation budget, the funds remain in Fund Code 1910.

$1,000,000

($15,228,245)

($416,264)

($332,491)

R

R

NR

R

FY 14-15

$1,000,000

R

($15,228,245)

R

($332,491)

R

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Three-Way Contracts

Realigns the Division's base budget to transfer $9 million recurring from Fund Code 1910 - Reserves and Transfers to Fund Code 1464 -

Crisis Services to increase the number of three-way contract community hospital beds available to Local Management

Entities/Managed Care Organizations. These funds were originally appropriated by S.L. 2012-142 for this purpose but contingent upon the status of the Medicaid budget. Due to the contingency, FY 2012-13 funds were placed in the reserve account and then transferred to

Budget Code 14445 to address the Medicaid budget shortfall. In the

Division's FY 2013-15 continuation budget, the funds remain in Fund

Code 1910.

In addition to increasing the number of beds which may be purchased, the Department shall develop and implement a two-tiered payment system for the three-way contracts. The two-tiered system shall provide an enhanced payment for inpatients assessed at higher acuity levels. The enhanced payment rate shall not exceed the lowest average cost per patient bed day among the three State psychiatric hospitals.

44

New Broughton Hospital

Provides funds to purchase medical equipment, furniture, and information technology infrastructure for the new, expanded Broughton

Hospital scheduled to open in December 2014.

45

NC Child Treatment Program

Provides funds for the statewide implementation of the NC Child

Treatment Program. Funds will be used to provide clinical training to

Medicaid-certified physicians, child trauma treatment services, and to develop an online database system.

46

Adult Developmental Vocational Program

Provides funding to the LME/MCOs to serve adults on the waiting list for the Adult Developmental Vocational Program.

47

Controlled Substances Reporting System

Provides funds to redesign the Controlled Substances Reporting

System (CSRS) to shorten the amount of time in which dispensers report information to the CSRS, as provided in G.S. 90-113.73(a).

(10.0) Division of Health Service Regulation

48

Adjustment Based on Historical Transfers

Establishes a recurring reduction in the Division of Health Service

Regulation at the level of historical transfers made to cover Medicaid shortfalls. Approximately $600,000 was transferred to the Division of

Medical Assistance in FY 2010-11; approximately $800,000 was transferred to the Division of Medical Assistance in FY 2011-12.

$11,510,467

NR

$1,818,745

$250,000

$250,000

$54,000

($300,000)

R

NR

R

NR

R

FY 14-15

$16,598,589

NR

$1,818,745

$250,000

R

NR

$250,000

R

($300,000)

R

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(11.0) Division of Medical Assistance

49

Health Homes for the Chronically Ill

Reflects the last quarter of increased federal match under the Health

Homes for the Chronically Ill program for qualified care management per member per month expenditures. Includes an enhanced federal match for all Medicaid care management payments for recipients with comorbid conditions including a chronic health condition and severe and persistent mental health conditions paid through September 30,

2013.

50

Hospital Provider Assessment

Effective July 1, 2013 the hospital provider assessment plan will provide for an increase in the State retention of $52,000,000 for a total annual retention of $95,000,000 the total assessment paid by hospitals instead of a stated amount of $43 million.

51

Report Separately Payments to CCNC and CCNC Providers

Establishes a separate budget item for per member per month payments to the North Carolina Community Care Network for care management activities and to Community Care North Carolina (CCNC) physicians for CCNC activities for reporting and tracking purposes.

The respective amounts are:

FY 2013-14 Total Requirements State Funds

Care Management $125,800,000 $44,000,000

Provider Payments $ 43,800,000 $15,300,000

FY 2014-15

Care Management $131,600,000 $46,100,000

Provider Payments $ 45,700,000 $16,000,000

52

Physician Expenditures Adjustment to Appropriately Report

CCNC Payments

Establishes a separate budget item for per member per month payments to the North Carolina Community Care Network for care management activities and to Community Care North Carolina (CCNC) physicians for CCNC activities for reporting and tracking purposes.

The respective amounts are:

FY 2013-14 Total Requirements State Funds

Care Management ($125,800,000) ($44,000,000)

Provider Payments ($ 43,800,000) ($15,300,000)

FY 2014-15

Care Management ($131,600,000) ($46,100,000)

Provider Payments ($ 45,700,000) ($16,000,000)

($3,757,682)

($52,000,000)

$59,340,923

($59,340,923)

NR

R

R

R

FY 14-15

($52,000,000)

R

$62,046,013

R

($62,046,013)

R

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53

Hospital Base Rates

Recalibrate the hospital inpatient payment system so that the base rates will be regionally set for all hospitals in that region to eliminate the disparity in rates for the same services between hospitals that exist in the current system. Hospital inpatient services are paid based on a diagnosis related group (DRG) system. There are 746 DRG's in the

Medicaid program that represent classifications of services provided during an inpatient hospitalization. Each of the 746 DRG's has a weight that represents the relative resources required for services related to that diagnosis, recipient age, sex and the presence of complications or comorbidities. Hospital payment is determined by applying a base rate, unique to each hospital, to the DRG weight. The hospital base rates were developed using each hospital's costs in

1994. Changes to these base rates have only occurred when the

General Assembly has approved an increase or decrease in rates.

DHHS will work with hospitals to identify appropriate regional differences and define regional definitions.

54

Medicaid Copays

Increases nominal copays for eligible Medicaid services to the maximum allowed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

(CMS) effective November 1, 2013. Services that are excluded from copays by CMS are medical emergency services, family planning services, "preventative" services for children and pregnancy-related services. All nominal copays will be capped at the maximum allowed by CMS at June 30, 2013.

55

Medicaid Contract Reductions

Adjusts contract expenditures in the second year of the biennium to reflect a reduced cost of operation and adjudication of claims related to the new Medicaid Management Information System that will be implemented July 1, 2013.

56

Hospital Outpatient Payments at 70% of Costs

Reduces interim outpatient payments to hospitals to reflect the impact of reducing the settlement to 70% of costs effective January 1, 2014.

Hospitals are currently paid for outpatient services at 80% of costs.

57

Shared Savings Payment Plan

Establishes a 2% withhold on selective services effective July 1, 2013.

Services subject to the withhold include inpatient hospital, physician

(excluding primary care physicians until January 1, 2015), dental, optical services and supplies, podiatry, chiropractors, hearing aids, personal care services, nursing homes, adult care homes and drug dispensing fees. DHHS will work with providers to develop a shared savings plan that will be implemented by June 30, 2014 that will include incentives to provide effective and efficient care that results in positive outcomes for Medicaid recipients. In FY 2013-14 the State share of the amount withheld will be $9.7 million. This represents a total impact of $28 million in provider payments, including both the

State and federal shares. In FY 2014-15 the State share of the withhold will be $20.3 million, providers will be eligible for shared savings that are projected to total $6.0 million and the impact of the shared savings plan on expenditures is projected to be $10.1 million.

$0

($3,308,100)

$0

($17,128,942)

($12,088,804)

Health and Human Services

R

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$0

R

($4,962,150)

R

($2,016,771)

R

($35,560,681)

R

($24,522,048)

R

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Cost Savings Through Drug Adjustments

Requires the Department to implement payment reforms to achieve savings, with changes to be effective January 1, 2014. Currently, brand drugs are paid at Wholesale Acquisition Cost (WAC) plus 6% and generic drugs are paid at 195% of the State Medicaid Average

Costs (SMAC). Payment reform options include adjusting the percentage paid on top of WAC, the percentage paid on SMAC, the rates and tiers for dispensing drugs, supplemental rebates for mental health and HIV drugs, and targeted savings for specialty drugs, as well as using invoice cost. Includes savings from requiring prior authorization on ADHD/ADD drugs.

Additionally, the Department will work with CCNC to implement reporting to CCNC providers that identifies Medicaid patients by pharmacy provider needing compliance help, identifies patients upon discharge to appropriate pharmacy and recipients who are frequent users of Hospital Emergency Departments.

59

Rehabilitation Services Limitation

Limits adult rehabilitative services for set up and training to three visits per year, effective January 1, 2014.

60

Physician Office Visits Limitation

Reduces the limit on office visits for adults from 22 visits a year to 10 visits a year effective January 1, 2014. Prior authorization will be required for medically necessary visits in excess of 10 per year.

Recipients with chronic conditions will be exempted from this limitation.

61

Medicaid Rate Methodologies Modification for Acquired

Providers

Modifies Medicaid rate methodologies to ensure that rates paid to hospital or physician providers that were acquired, merged, leased or managed after December 31, 2011 will not exceed rates that would have been paid if the provider had not been acquired, merged, leased or managed.

62

Rate Freeze for Services Subject to Automatic Increases

Freezes rates for hospital outpatient services and other rates that contain an inflation or increase factor not specifically approved by the

General Assembly at the rate in effect June 30, 2013. Hospital outpatient services percentage of cost will be adjusted to compensate for expected inflation for which hospitals would be eligible. The cost settlement will be limited to that percentage. Nursing direct care services will continue to receive case mix index increases after June

30, 2013. Federally Qualified Health Centers, Rural Health Centers,

State Operated services, Hospice, Part B and D Premiums, third party and HMO premiums, drugs and MCO capitation payments are excluded.

63

Non-emergency Fee for Emergency Services

Establishes a fee for non-emergency services provided in a hospitalowned and operated emergency department on parity with similar services provided in a physician's office. The fee will be effective

January 1, 2014. This provision does not apply to professional services.

($18,498,384)

($2,748,350)

($3,676,525)

($13,930,613)

($1,198,401)

Health and Human Services

R

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

($36,996,767)

R

($5,651,495)

R

($7,560,122)

R

($21,621,558)

R

($2,464,298)

R

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64

Medicaid Rebase

Provides Medicaid funding for the continuation of the program at the current level, adjusted for changes in enrollment, mix of enrollment, consumption, new service and new policy. Additionally, the rebase includes the impact of changes in federal match (FMAP), annualization of reductions not fully implemented during FY 2012-13, the extension of Medicaid to the former foster care children until age 26 beginning

January 1, 2014, contracts and settlements.

65

Provider Cost Settlements

Increases funding for Medicaid cost settlements to provide for the growth in Medicaid recipients and the cost of serving Medicaid recipients for those providers whose payments are cost settled after the providers fiscal year. Providers that are cost settled include hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and Intermediate Care for the

Mentally Retarded facilities (ICF-MRs).

66

Contracts

Provides funding for Medicaid contracts that ensure the appropriate level of medical service is provided, including contracts that provide prior authorization, utilization reviews and assessments of individuals receiving medical care. This increase is due to estimated increases in the Medicaid population being served. Funding is also provided for the asset verification contract which will ensure Medicaid recipients are within the asset limit for eligibility determination purposes.

67

"Woodwork" and Affordable Care Act

Provides funding for expenditures for new Medicaid recipients. Even though North Carolina has decided not to expand Medicaid eligibility under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) effective January 1, 2014,

69,683 new enrollees are expected to join Medicaid in FY 2013-14 and

72,426 are expected to join in FY 2014-15 as a result of provisions contained in the ACA related to penalties for non-coverage and outreach efforts.

68

Transfer of Health Choice Children

Transfers all children under 133% of the Federal Poverty Level beginning January 1, 2014 in accordance with the Affordable Care Act which requires they be covered under Medicaid instead of Health

Choice. Provides funding for the increase in costs that will be incurred as a result of these recipients being eligible for broader benefits under

Medicaid than they had when covered under Health Choice. In FY

2013-14 there will be about 51,000 recipients impacted. The State will retain the State Children's Health Insurance Program federal match instead of the traditional Medicaid federal match. There is a partial offset in Health Choice for this amount.

69

MMIS Implementation Costs

Provides funding to implement manual processes to ensure the appropriate payment of claims by hiring temporary staff or through external contracts. The new Medicaid Management Information

System (MMIS) for the adjudication of claims is scheduled to be implemented July 1, 2013. The new system will not contain all of the functionality of the current MMIS.

$434,000,000

$18,000,000

$11,000,000

$49,684,791

$22,080,000

$4,828,664

R

R

R

R

R

NR

Health and Human Services

FY 14-15

$607,000,000

R

$18,000,000

R

$11,000,000

R

$114,119,120

R

$46,080,000

R

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FY 13-14

70

Community Care of North Carolina Study

Provides funding for a study to determine whether the Community

Care of North Carolina model saves money and improves health outcomes. This was recommended by the State Auditor in the

January 2013 performance audit of the Medicaid Program. Total funding available for the study is $200,000 as the State funds may be used to match federal Medicaid administrative funds.

(12.0) NC Health Choice

71

Transfer of Health Choice Children

Reduces funds by transferring children to Medicaid. Beginning

January 1, 2014 the Affordable Care Act requires all children under

133% of the Federal Poverty Level be covered under Medicaid instead of Health Choice. In FY 2013-14 there will be about 51,000 recipients impacted and the State will retain the State Children's Health

Insurance Plan federal match instead of the traditional Medicaid federal match.

72

Contract Budget Adjustment

Reduces Health Choice contract expenditures to actual amounts.

$100,000

($12,348,000)

($2,800,000)

NR

R

R

73

Rate Freezes for Services Subject to Automatic Increases

Freezes rates for hospital outpatient services and other rates that contain an inflation or increase factor not specifically approved by the

General Assembly at the rate in effect June 30, 2013. Hospital outpatient services percentage of cost will be adjusted to compensate for expected inflation for which hospitals would be eligible. Cost settlement will be limited to that percentage. Federally Qualified Health

Centers, Rural Health Centers, State Operated services, Hospice, Part

B and D Premiums, third party and HMO premiums, drugs and MCO capitation payments are excluded.

74

Shared Savings Plan

Establishes a 2% withhold on selective services effective July 1, 2013.

Services subject to the withhold include inpatient hospital, physician

(excluding primary care physicians until January 1, 2015), dental, optical services and supplies, podiatry, chiropractors, hearing aids, personal care services, nursing homes, adult care homes and drug dispensing fees. DHHS will work with providers to develop a shared savings plan that will be implemented by June 30, 2014 that will include incentives to provide effective and efficient care that results in positive outcomes for Medicaid recipients.

75

Non-emergency fee for Emergency Services

Establishes a fee for non-emergency services provided in a hospitalowned and operated emergency department on parity with similar services provided in a physician's office. The fee will be effective

January 1, 2014. This provision does not apply to professional services.

($1,265,912)

($460,964)

($88,796)

R

R

R

FY 14-15

($25,480,000)

R

($2,800,000)

R

($1,405,614)

R

($1,191,471)

R

($183,809)

R

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House Subcommittee on Health and Human Services

FY 13-14

76

Cost Savings Through Drug Adjustments

Requires the Department to implement payment reforms to achieve savings, with changes to be effective January 1, 2014. Currently, brand drugs are paid at Wholesale Acquisition Cost (WAC) plus 6% and generic drugs are paid at 195% of the State Medicaid Average

Costs (SMAC). Payment reform options include adjusting the percentage paid on top of WAC, the percentage paid on SMAC, the rates and tiers for dispensing drugs, supplemental rebates for mental health and HIV drugs, and targeted savings for specialty drugs, as well as using invoice cost. Includes savings from requiring prior authorization on ADHD/ADD drugs.

Additionally, the Department will work with CCNC to implement reporting to CCNC providers that identifies Medicaid patients by pharmacy provider needing compliance help, identifies patients upon discharge to appropriate pharmacy and recipients who are frequent users of Hospital Emergency Departments.

77

Physician Expenditures Adjusted to Appropriately Report

CCNC Payments

Establishes a separate budget for per member per month payments to the North Carolina Community Care Network for care management activities and to Community Care North Carolina (CCNC) physicians for CCNC activities for reporting and tracking purposes. The respective amounts are:

Total Requirements State Funds

FY2013-14

CCNC Care Management $5,800,000 $1,400,000

Provider Payments $4,500,000 $1,100,000

FY 2014-15

CCNC Care Management $6,100,000 $1,500,000

Provider Payments $4,700,000 $1,200,000

78

Physician Expenditures Adjustment to Appropriately Report

CCNC Payments

Establishes a separate budget for per member per month payments to the North Carolina Community Care Network for care management activities and to Community Care North Carolina (CCNC) physicians for CCNC activities for reporting and tracking purposes. The respective amounts are:

Total Requirements State Funds

FY2013-14

CCNC Care Management ($5,800,000) ($1,400,000)

Provider Payments ($4,500,000) ($1,100,000)

FY 2014-15

CCNC Care Management ($6,100,000) ($1,500,000)

Provider Payments ($4,700,000) ($1,200,000)

($832,236)

$2,557,144

R

R

($2,557,144)

R

FY 14-15

($1,664,473)

R

$2,699,001

R

($2,699,001)

R

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House Subcommittee on Health and Human Services

79

Health Choice Rebase

Provides Health Choice funding to continue of the program at the current level, adjusted for changes in enrollment, mix of enrollment, consumption, new services and new policy. Additionally, the rebase includes the impact of changes in federal match (FMAP), annualization of reductions not fully implemented during FY 2012-13.

80

Cost Settle Hospital Outpatient Services to 70% of Cost

Reduces interim outpatient payments to hospitals to reflect the impact of reducing the settlement to 70% of costs effective January 1, 2014.

Hospitals are currently paid for outpatient services at 80% of costs.

FY 13-14

$6,176,522

R

($365,239)

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$377,844,750

$26,870,665

-20.00

R

NR

$5,020,585,790

FY 14-15

$11,178,930

R

($753,852)

R

$556,123,167

$22,539,590

-180.00

R

NR

$5,209,223,293

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NATURAL

&

ECONOMIC

RESOURCES

Section H

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Agriculture and Consumer Services

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Department-wide

1

Management Flexibility Reserve

Reduces operational support to encourage increased efficiency. The reduction equates to a 1.6% operating reduction from the

Department's continuation budget in FY 2013-14 and 1.4% operating reduction in FY 2014-15.

Food & Drug

2

Food Compliance Officer Position

Provides funding to support a new position in the Food and Drug

Division to improve the compliance inspection process in the Grade

"A" Milk program.

Forest Service

3

Forest Service Operational Support/Aircraft Maintenance

Provides an additional $350,000 in recurring funding for operational support. Of the recurring funds provided, the Department shall establish an administrative position whose primary responsibility will be the collection of Forest Service receipts.

This section also provides a nonrecurring appropriation of $500,000 in

FY 2013-14 for aircraft maintenance.

Markets

4

Southeastern Agricultural Center

Provides nonrecurring funding to continue operation of the

Southeastern Agricultural Center.

5

Additional Marketing Funding

Provides additional recurring funding to expand domestic and international marketing initiatives to support North Carolina agricultural products. The Department shall also use the additional funds to support the Wine and Grape Growers Council that was funded on a nonrecurring basis in FY 2012-13.

The time-limited position supporting the Wine and Grape Growers

Council (60080945) will be made permanent and will be supported by funds allocated to the Wine and Grape Growers Council.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$108,918,334

FY 14-15

$108,918,334

($1,500,000)

($250,000)

R

NR

$64,338

$800

1.00

R

NR

$350,000

$500,000

1.00

R

NR

$250,000

NR

$1,000,000

1.00

R

($1,500,000)

R

$64,338

1.00

R

$350,000

1.00

R

$1,500,000

1.00

R

Agriculture and Consumer Services Page H 1

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Plant Industry

6

Plant Conservation Continuation

Provides recurring funding to restore the amount no longer transferred from the Natural Heritage Trust Fund. Shifts one position (60012489) previously supported by Natural Heritage Trust Fund receipts to

General Fund support.

Research Stations

7

Research Stations Equipment

Provides $2.5 million in nonrecurring funds to allow the Department to modernize farming equipment.

8

Bioenergy Development

Provides funding to the Department of Agriculture & Consumer

Services to stimulate energy production from North Carolina agricultural or forestry based products. Funding is provided to support up to five new positions and a grant program. Operating expenses, including personnel and travel, are not to exceed $400,000 in FY 2013-

14 and $500,000 in FY 2014-15.

Reserves & Transfers

9

Tobacco Trust Fund

Provides funding to the Tobacco Trust Fund to be disbursed as grants. Administrative expenses may be deducted from funds available, but shall not exceed $350,000 in any fiscal year.

10

NC Agriculture Foundation (FFA Foundation)

Transfers and provides additional funding to the FFA Foundation from

Commerce State-Aid to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer

Services.

11

Agricultural Development and Farmland Preservation Trust

Fund

Reduces the General Fund appropriation by $1 million on nonrecurring basis in each year of the biennium. Reduction in General Fund support will be offset by $1 million in each year of the biennium from

TVA Settlement funds.

Soil and Water Conservation

12

AgWRAP

Provides a recurring $500,000 appropriation to the Agriculture Water

Resource Assistance Program ("AgWRAP"). The program received a nonrecurring $500,000 appropriation in FY 2012-13.

FY 13-14

$75,000

1.00

$2,500,000

$900,000

5.00

$2,000,000

$40,000

R

NR

R

($1,000,000)

NR

$500,000

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$75,000

1.00

R

$1,500,000

5.00

R

$2,000,000

R

$140,000

R

($1,000,000)

NR

$500,000

R

Agriculture and Consumer Services Page H 2

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

$3,429,338

$2,000,800

9.00

$114,348,472

R

NR

FY 14-15

$4,629,338

($1,000,000)

9.00

R

NR

$112,547,672

Agriculture and Consumer Services Page H 3

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Labor

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Occupational Safety & Health

13

Partial Restoration of OSHA Federal Receipts

Provides funds to offset federal funding reductions.

Standards & Inspections

14

Apprenticeship Bureau

Transfers $350,000 recurring in Workforce Investment Act funds from the Department of Commerce to the Department of Labor for the

Apprenticeship program.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$16,196,339

FY 14-15

$16,196,339

$500,000

R

$500,000

R

$500,000 R $500,000 R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$16,696,339 $16,696,339

Labor Page H 4

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Environment & Natural Resources

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

(1) Department-wide

15

Management Flexibility Reserve

Reduces funding to the Department by 1.5% and provides the

Secretary with the flexibility to take the reduction to programs and activities that cause the least disruption in service.

16

Clean Water Management Trust Fund

Provides funding to support the activities of the Clean Water

Management Trust Fund. In addition to the recurring General Fund appropriation, the Trust Fund will also be supported with 25% of the deed stamp tax proceeds received by the State and special license plate funds. These dedicated revenue sources previously supported the Natural Heritage Trust Fund which is being eliminated.

Aquariums

17

Admission Receipts

Budgets over-realized admission fee receipts in the General Fund to offset the operating costs of the State's three aquariums at Roanoke

Island, Fort Fisher, and Pine Knoll Shores.

Conservation, Planning, and Community Affairs

18

Sustainable Communities Task Force

Abolishes the Community Planner position (60031547) that supports the Sustainable Communities Task Force, which was created by the

General Assembly in 2010 to lead and support the State's sustainable communities initiatives. Also, sunsets the Task Force on June 30,

2013.

19

Operating Support

Restores personnel and operating funds for the Office of

Conservation, Planning and Community Affairs that had been previously supported with a transfer from the Natural Heritage Trust

Fund.

60036191 Program Development Coordinator

60036192 Program Development Coordinator

60036213 Educational Development Coordinator

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$109,140,591

FY 14-15

$109,220,682

($1,658,165)

R

$4,000,000

13.50

R

($100,000)

R

($95,331)

-1.00

R

$325,000

3.00

R

($1,658,165)

R

$9,000,000

13.50

R

($100,000)

R

($95,331)

-1.00

R

$325,000

3.00

R

Environment & Natural Resources Page H 5

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Energy, Mineral and Land Resources

20

Energy Office

Transfers the Energy Office from the Department of Commerce to the

Department of Environment and Natural Resources as a Type I transfer, including 49.91 FTEs supported by receipts in special funds.

21

Pass-through Funding to Appalachian State University

Reduces funding to Appalachian State University. Instead, provides nonrecurring funds from the Tennessee Valley Authority settlement, which must be spent in accordance with either the Consent Decree

("Categories of Projects," paragraph 128) or the Compliance

Agreement ("Environmental Mitigation Projects," Appendix C).

22

Shale Gas Exploration

Provides funding to support up to four positions to assist the Energy and Mining Commission as well as operating support including but not limited to annual membership dues to the Southern States Energy

Board and marketing expenses related to shale gas resources. Also provides nonrecurring funding to provide for data collection and analysis of geological samples associated with the State's shale gas basins: Deep River Basin, Dan River Basin, and the Cumberland-

Marlboro Basin.

Environmental Assistance and Outreach

23

Small Business Assistance Program

Budgets Air Quality permit fees to partially offset General Fund support of a Senior Environmental Specialist (60035965) in the federally mandated Small Business Assistance Program, which helps small businesses comply with the requirements of the Clean Air Act.

Marine Fisheries

24

Temporary Wages

Reduces temporary wages in the License Administration and Trip

Ticket programs, the Purchasing/Warehouse Unit and the Marine

Patrol Section. Total funding remaining for temporary wages is

$103,503.

25

Shellfish Rehabilitation Program

Reduces funding for the Shellfish Rehabilitation Program by cutting temporary wages ($27,474). Also eliminates one Marine Biologist position (60032767), which supports the Oyster Shell Recycling program, and associated operating costs.

26

Fisheries Resource Grant Program

Eliminates the remaining appropriation for the Fishery Resource Grant

Program which promotes cooperative research among commercial fishers, recreational anglers, seafood businesses and university researchers.

FY 13-14

$1,762,714

6.17

R

($240,000)

$300,000

$300,000

4.00

($19,422)

-0.30

($183,183)

($81,605)

-1.00

($100,000)

NR

R

NR

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$1,762,714

6.17

R

($240,000)

NR

$400,000

$250,000

4.00

R

NR

($19,422)

-0.30

R

($183,183)

R

($81,605)

-1.00

R

($100,000)

R

Environment & Natural Resources Page H 6

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

27

Marine Patrol

Budgets anticipated federal receipts due to the creation of a Joint

Enforcement Agreement that would allow the Division of Marine

Fisheries to receive federal funds for enforcing federal fisheries laws in federal waters and law enforcement officers to be cross-sworn as

National Marine Fisheries Agents. North Carolina is the only coastal state without a Joint Enforcement Agreement.

28

At-Sea Observer Program

Provides nonrecurring funding for six new positions to support a statewide at-sea observer program for all fisheries, with an emphasis on the commercial estuarine gill net fishery. These positions, combined with nine existing positions, are necessary to meet federal requirements to monitor multiple fisheries. Support for the Observer

Program in FY 2014-15 will come from an increase in commercial fish licenses and permits.

Parks and Recreation

29

Adopt-a-Trails

Eliminates funding for the Adopt-a-Trails Program. Grant funding for trail projects is still available through the NC Parks and Recreation

Trust Fund.

30

Parks Operations

Restores funding to the Division's operating budget which was reduced on a nonrecurring basis in the 2011-13 biennium.

Waste Management

31

Texfi Site Contamination

Provides nonrecurring funds to be used for the cleanup and monitoring of groundwater and other contamination located at the Texfi site in

Fayetteville as well as any emergency cleanup activities at that site.

32

Inactive Hazardous Waste Sites

Provides funding for the Inactive Hazardous Sites Program to hire one engineer and one hydrogeologist to evaluate areas with known contamination that have limited data on water supply wells. The staff will sample water supply wells as well as investigate and abate contamination sources.

33

Noncommercial Fund

Provides a nonrecurring appropriation for the Noncommercial Leaking

Underground Storage Tank Fund to assist homeowners with the cleanup costs of petroleum releases from home heating oil tanks and smaller farm tanks.

Water Quality

34

Groundwater Unit

Eliminates funding for the Groundwater Investigation Unit's well-drilling services.

FY 13-14

($150,000)

$1,100,000

15.00

NR

($108,000)

$6,000,000

$50,000

$250,000

2.00

NR

R

R

R

$3,500,000

NR

($251,236)

-4.00

NR

R

Environment & Natural Resources

FY 14-15

($200,000)

NR

($108,000)

R

$6,000,000

R

$250,000

2.00

R

($251,236)

-4.00

R

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

35

Clean Water State Revolving Fund

Provides funding for the required State match to draw down the maximum amount of federal funds available for the Clean Water State

Revolving Fund. This program provides low-interest loans to local governments to construct wastewater facilities and provides $5 in federal capitalization grant funds for every $1 the state provides in matching funds.

Water Resources

36

Drinking Water State Revolving Fund

Provides funding to meet State match requirements of $4.71 million to allow the Department to draw down the maximum amount of federal funds available ($23.54 million) for the Drinking Water State Revolving

Fund for FY 2013-14. State match will be provided by combining a nonrecurring General Fund appropriation of $1,234,545 with $3.8 million in State funds from the Drinking Water Reserve.

37

Receipt Support

Budgets additional federal receipts and shifts 4.3 positions from

General Fund appropriation to receipt support. Also abolishes one vacant Office Assistant IV (60034526), and reduces $75,000 in contract funds for well-drilling services.

60034385 Engineering Manager (1.00 FTE)

60034388 Engineer (0.80 FTE)

60034394 Engineering Supervisor (1.00 FTE)

60034398 Engineering Supervisor (1.00 FTE)

60034397 Geologist (0.50 FTE)

38

Shallow Draft Dredging

Provides funding to support dredging projects designed to keep shallow draft navigation channels located in State waters navigable and safe.

Zoo

39

Operating Reductions

Reduces operating support for temporary wages, worker's compensation and equipment.

40

Zoo Tram

Provides funding to support repair and replacement of zoo trams.

FY 13-14

$4,925,000

R

$1,234,545

R

($484,521)

-5.30

($211,323)

$250,000

R

R

NR

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 14-15

$5,000,000

R

$4,978,825

R

($484,521)

-5.30

R

$3,638,469

R

($211,323)

R

$15,504,473

$4,810,000

32.07

$129,455,064

R

NR

$28,062,222

($190,000)

17.07

R

NR

$137,092,904

Environment & Natural Resources Page H 8

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Wildlife Resources Commission

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$18,476,588

FY 14-15

$18,476,588

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Commission-wide

41

Wildlife Resources Commission Operations

Reduces General Fund support by $4 million in FY 2013-14 and $2 million in FY 2014-15. Allows the Wildlife Resources Commission to use other funds available to the Commission to offset the reduction at its discretion.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

($2,000,000)

($2,000,000)

R

NR

($2,000,000)

($2,000,000)

R

NR

$14,476,588

($2,000,000)

R

($2,000,000) R

$16,476,588

Wildlife Resources Commission Page H 9

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Commerce

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Department-wide

42

Management Flexibility Reserve

Reduces funding to the Department by 2.0% and provides the

Secretary with the flexibility to take the reduction to programs and activities that cause the least disruption in service.

43

Indirect Cost Receipts

Offsets the General Fund appropriation by maximizing the use of indirect cost receipts.

Administration

44

Special Funds

Offsets the General Fund appropriation for Administration by directing the unencumbered cash balance as of June 30, 2013 from the following funds toward operating costs:

NC Green Business Fund (24609-2535)

Energy Research Grants Special Fund (24609-2537)

International Trade Show Special Fund (24610-2431).

Closes the International Trade Show Special Fund after transfer.

45

Director of Internal Operations

Eliminates the Director of Internal Operations (60077182) position.

46

Accountant I

Eliminates an Account I position (60089502). This position is no longer required to monitor nonprofits.

47

Processing Assistant

Eliminates a Processing Assistant position (60080973).

48

Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)

Provides nonrecurring funding for the State's preparation for

Department of Defense BRAC activities.

49

Office of Information Technology Services (OITS) Charges

Restores funding to pay for ITS provided services.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$33,469,442

FY 14-15

$33,469,442

($567,469)

R

($205,786)

R

($332,527)

NR

($131,001)

-1.00

($61,866)

-1.00

($47,581)

-1.00

R

R

R

$1,000,000

NR

$75,000

R

($567,469)

R

($205,786)

R

($131,001)

-1.00

($61,866)

-1.00

($47,581)

-1.00

R

R

R

$75,000

R

Commerce Page H 10

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Business and Industry

50

Economic Developer

Eliminates an Economic Developer position (60080949).

Commerce Finance Center

51

Job Maintenance and Capital Development Fund (JMAC)

Provides funds to fulfill JMAC agreements with Goodyear,

Bridgestone, and Domtar.

52

Broadband Connectivity Incentive Grant Program

Provides funding to incent private sector broadband providers to extend connectivity to unserved areas that are otherwise not economically feasible for deployment.

Community Assistance

53

Support Positions and Operating Budget

Reduces one Office Assistant IV position (60081170).

Energy

54

Energy

Transfers the Energy Office from the Department of Commerce to the

Department of Environment and Natural Resources as a Type I transfer.

Industrial Commission

55

Management Flexibility Reserve

Reduces funding to the Commission by 1.7% and provides the

Commissioner with the flexibility to take the reduction in programs and activities that cause the least disruption in service.

56

Commissioner

Eliminates a Commissioner position (60080616). Section 16 of S.L.

2011- 287 reduced the number of Commissioners from seven to six, but did not eliminate the associated funding.

57

Insurance Compliance Program

Provides funds to the Industrial Commission to establish a compliance program that will apply data analytics received from North Carolina's

Government Business Intelligence Competency Center. This data and its application will enable the Industrial Commission to proactively identify noncompliant businesses and ensure these businesses obtain and maintain the required workers' compensation coverage.

58

Investigation Management System

Provides the Industrial Commission's newly established compliance program with the technology necessary to process, prioritize and track investigations and results based on data provided by North Carolina's

Government Business Intelligence Competency Center.

Commerce

FY 13-14

($83,651)

-1.00

R

$6,705,473

NR

($43,481)

-1.00

R

($1,762,714)

-6.17

R

($81,539)

R

($150,029)

-1.00

R

$901,502

13.00

R

$75,000

$50,000

R

NR

FY 14-15

($83,651)

-1.00

R

$7,500,000

NR

$350,000

NR

($43,481)

-1.00

R

($1,762,714)

-6.17

R

($81,539)

R

($150,029)

-1.00

R

$901,502

13.00

R

$75,000

R

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

International Trade

59

High Point Office

Eliminates the High Point office and an Office Assistant position

(60081007). The remaining Economic Developer position will co-locate with the High Point Market Authority.

60

Trade Shows

Reduces the trade show advertising budget to align with prior year expenditures. Total budget remaining is $92,705.

Labor and Economic Analysis Division

61

Common Follow-Up System

Provides funding for the Common Follow-Up System managed by the

Labor and Economic Analysis Division (LEAD), which is used to track performance measures related to current and former participants in

State job training, education and placement programs. Recurring funding will be contingent upon the findings of a legislative continuation review.

Marketing

62

Comprehensive Branding Strategy

Provides funding for the Department of Commerce to develop a comprehensive branding strategy to promote North Carolina.

63

Trade and Investment Event

Provides funds for the 2014 Southeastern U.S. Canadian Strategic

Trade and Investment Partnership Event. In an agreement signed in

2006, North Carolina agreed to host the event, which will identify opportunities to increase trade and investment between six southeastern U.S. States and seven Canadian provinces. The total cost is estimated at $400,000. It is expected that the remaining

$250,000 will be raised from private sponsors.

NC Broadband

64

State Match

Eliminates the State match for the federal grant provided by the U.S.

Department of Commerce National Telecommunications and

Information Administration for State Broadband Data and Development

Grant, currently titled NC Broadband-Rigor in Mapping. The required

State match has been satisfied and the project will be complete by

October 2014.

Travel, Tourism, & Sports Development

65

Tourism Advertising

Provides additional funding for tourism advertising.

FY 13-14

($58,430)

-1.00

($48,347)

$500,000

$800,000

$150,000

R

R

NR

R

NR

($172,203)

R

FY 14-15

($58,430)

-1.00

R

($48,347)

R

$1,500,000

R

($172,203)

R

$1,000,000

R

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park

66

Receipt Support

Eliminates funding for the Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park, including the Director position (60080846). The Park must be fully receipt supported beginning in FY 2014-15.

Workforce Solutions

67

Workforce Investment Act Funds

Transfers $350,000 recurring in federal Workforce Investment Act funds from the Department of Commerce to the Department of Labor to be used for the Apprenticeship Program.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

($1,562,595)

$8,072,946

-0.17

R

NR

$39,979,793

FY 14-15

($140,081)

-1.00

R

($2,676)

$7,850,000

-1.17

R

NR

$41,316,766

Commerce Page H 13

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Commerce - State Aid

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

(1) State-Aid

68

Biofuels Center

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

69

Community Development Initiative

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

70

Council of Governments (COGs)

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

71

Grassroots Science Museums

Reduces General Fund support for operational expenditures by 15%.

72

Institute of Minority Economic Development

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

73

Johnson and Wales University

Provides nonrecurring funding to fulfill funding commitment to Johnson and Wales University.

74

Land Loss Prevention Project

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

75

NC Agriculture Foundation (FFA Foundation)

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures from

Commerce State-Aid. Provides additional recurring funds through the

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

76

NC Association of Community Development Corporations

(CDCs)

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

77

NC Indian Economic Development Initiative

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$59,714,814

FY 14-15

$61,954,814

($2,063,035)

R

($3,806,180)

R

($328,105)

R

($425,261)

R

($2,046,080)

R

$1,635,000

NR

($575,050)

R

($35,855)

R

($797,102)

R

($86,004)

R

($4,303,035)

R

($3,806,180)

R

($328,105)

R

($425,261)

R

($2,046,080)

R

($575,050)

R

($35,855)

R

($797,102)

R

($86,004)

R

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

78

Partnership for the Sounds

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

79

Regional Economic Development Commissions

Reduces General Fund support of operational expenditures in FY

2013-14. Eliminates General Fund support of operational expenditures in FY 2014-15. Of the funds appropriated in this act to the Department of Commerce for the Charlotte Regional Partnership,

Inc. for FY 2013-14, the sum of $24,000 in nonrecurring funds shall instead be appropriated to Anson County for FY 2013-14. Anson

County shall maintain the appropriated funds in an account separate from all other county funds, and the funds shall be used only for economic development projects. Of the funds appropriated in this act to the Department of Commerce for the Piedmont Triad Partnership for FY 2013-14, the sum of $19,000 in nonrecurring funds shall instead be appropriated to Montgomery County for FY 2013-14. Of the funds appropriated in this act to the Department of Commerce for the

Western North Carolina Regional Economic Development

Commission for FY 2013-14, the sum of $18,000 in nonrecurring funds shall instead be appropriated to Burke County for FY 2013-14.

80

Research Triangle Institute

Provides funds for the Research Triangle Institute to leverage federal research funds.

81

The Support Center

Eliminates recurring General Fund support for the Support Center and provides nonrecurring funding to offset the reduction.

82

Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine

Eliminates General Fund support for operational expenditures.

83

Restore Negative Management Flexibility Reserve

Provides funding to fill a budget gap created by making a FY 2012-13 nonrecurring reduction permanent in the FY 2013-14 continuation budget.

(2) Biotechnology Center

84

Biotechnology Center

Reduces recurring General Fund support for the Center by 50% and provides nonrecurring funding to offset the reduction.

(3) Rural Economic Development Center

85

Rural Economic Development Center

Maintains General Fund support of operational expenditures in FY

2013-14 at $16.6 million. Provides additional recurring funding in FY

2014-15 amounting to a total appropriation of $20 million.

FY 13-14

($391,408)

R

($731,079)

$750,000

($2,543,021)

$2,543,021

($7,649,897)

$28,000

R

NR

R

NR

R

R

($8,600,338)

$8,600,338

R

NR

FY 14-15

($391,408)

R

($2,151,517)

R

$250,000

NR

($2,543,021)

$2,543,021

R

NR

($7,649,897)

R

$28,000

R

($8,600,338)

$8,600,338

R

NR

$3,380,806

R

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

FY 14-15

($30,050,415)

$13,528,359

R

NR

($30,330,047)

$11,393,359

R

NR

$43,192,758 $43,018,126

Commerce - State Aid Page H 16

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Drinking Water Reserve

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

Drinking Water Reserve

Provides a portion of the State match required to draw down the maximum amount of federal funds available ($23.54 million) for the Drinking Water

State Revolving Fund for FY 2013-14.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$13,298,248

$472,051

$472,051

0.00

$0

$3,800,000

0.00

R

NR

$0

$3,800,000

0.00

R

NR

Budget Code: 64324

FY 2014-15

$9,498,248

$472,051

$472,051

0.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

Drinking Water Reserve

Subtotal Legislative Changes

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

Environment and Natural Resources

Page H 17

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

FY 2013-14

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

$4,272,051

$472,051

($3,800,000)

0.00

$9,498,248

FY 2014-15

$472,051

$472,051

$0

0.00

$9,498,248

Environment and Natural Resources

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Commerce - Special Revenue - GF

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

NC Green Business Fund

Transfers a portion of the cash balance to

Commerce's Administration Division to offset operating expenses.

Energy Research Grants

Transfers a portion of the cash balance to

Commerce's Administration Division to offset operating expenses.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$18,348,044

$28,711,556

$28,476,737

6.00

$0

$36,827

0.00

$0

$278,500

0.00

$0

$315,327

0.00

R

NR

R

NR

R

NR

Budget Code: 24609

FY 2014-15

$17,797,898

$28,711,556

$28,476,737

6.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

NC Green Business Fund

Energy Research Grants

Subtotal Legislative Changes

$0

$0

$0

$0

R

NR

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

$0

$0

R

NR

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

Commerce

Page H 19

House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

FY 2013-14

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

$29,026,883

$28,476,737

($550,146)

6.00

$17,797,898

FY 2014-15

$28,711,556

$28,476,737

($234,819)

6.00

$17,563,079

Commerce

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

Commerce- Special, Unbudgeted

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

International Trade Show

Transfers the cash balance to Commerce's

Administration Division to offset operating expenses.

Closes fund 24610 - 2431.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$698,929

$66,100

$66,100

0.00

$0

$17,200

0.00

$0

$17,200

0.00

R

NR

R

NR

Budget Code: 24610

FY 2014-15

$681,729

$66,100

$66,100

0.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

International Trade Show

Subtotal Legislative Changes

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

Commerce

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House Subcommittee on Natural and Economic Resources

FY 2013-14

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

$83,300

$66,100

($17,200)

0.00

$681,729

FY 2014-15

$66,100

$66,100

$0

0.00

$681,729

Commerce

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JUSTICE

&

PUBLIC SAFETY

Section I

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House Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

Public Safety

GENERAL FUND

Recommended Budget

FY 13-14

$1,722,061,784

Legislative Changes

A. Department-wide

1

Consolidation Efficiencies

Allows the Department to identify additional savings resulting from the consolidation of the Departments of Crime Control and Public Safety,

Juvenile Justice, and Adult Correction that occurred January 1, 2012.

2

Vacant Positions

Eliminates 15 vacant positions. No district level State Highway Patrol

(SHP) Troopers, custody and security officers or probation and parole positions in the Division of Adult Correction, or court counselors in the

Division of Juvenile Justice may be eliminated as a result of this reduction.

B. Administration

3

Secretary's Office Positions

Eliminates two vacant management positions in the Secretary's Office.

4

Operating Budget

Reduces various line items from the operating budget for the Division of Administration.

C. Law Enforcement

5

DPS Law Enforcement Health Benefits

Pays employer health premiums and contributions for sworn law enforcement officers from funds available in the Separate Insurance

Benefits Plan.

6

ALE Position Reduction

Eliminates three positions in Alcohol Law Enforcement (ALE) administration:

Total

Position Title Position Cost

60084333 ALE Assistant Director $116,774

60084297 Asst. Special Agent in Charge $ 84,963

60084287 Accreditation Manager $ 62,863

7

ALE Operating Reduction

Reduces the operating budget for ALE.

($3,238,445)

($952,582)

-15.00

($292,384)

-2.00

($579,244)

R

R

R

($14,423,585)

NR

($264,600)

-3.00

($191,458)

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$1,732,859,184

($5,000,000)

R

($952,582)

-15.00

R

($292,384)

-2.00

($579,244)

R

R

($14,423,585)

NR

($264,600)

-3.00

R

($191,458)

R

Public Safety Page I 1

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8

Butner Public Safety

Eliminates the State grant to the Butner Public Safety Authority. The

Authority can receive State funds through the State Fire Protection

Grant Fund. $100,000 is appropriated in the General Government

Section of the budget to expand the program to Butner without reducing allotments to other fire departments.

9

SCP Positions

Provides funding for four telecommunicator positions and four public safety officer positions in the State Capitol Police.

10

SHP Vacant Trooper Positions

Budgets all vacant trooper positions (including vacant Senior Trooper and vacant Master Trooper positions) at the starting pay for troopers

($35,700 plus benefits). Currently, 69 vacant trooper positions cannot be filled because they are budgeted at $0.10 as a result of reductions taken in FY 2011-12. This appropriation restores that reduction, increasing the total number of troopers statewide.

11

SHP Fuel

Provides funding to increase the budget for State Highway Patrol fuel to actual expenditure levels.

12

SHP Aircards

Provides funds to support air card connectivity for mobile data computers in trooper vehicles. The air card allows troopers to have mobile access to multiple criminal, court, and DMV databases.

13

SHP Mobile Computers

Provides funds to replace outdated or failing mobile data computer equipment, including computers, printers, and docking stations, for

State Highway Patrol troopers' vehicles.

14

SHP Communication Center Consolidation

Consolidates communication centers from three troops. Transfers eighteen telecommunicator positions to other troops and provides funding in the first year for equipment required to expand communication operations in two of the remaining troops.

Consolidation of communication centers should be completed no later than October 1, 2013.

15

SHP Aviation

Consolidates the Highway Patrol Aviation section from four hangars to two.

16

SHP Consolidation of Technology Services Functions

Eliminates six civilian information technology related positions in the

Highway Patrol. Consolidation of all law enforcement information technology functions in the Department of Public Safety should result in additional reductions in the future.

FY 13-14

($1,751,118)

R

$336,122

$45,751

8.00

$2,505,713

$3,677,292

$626,000

$1,050,640

R

($1,141,480)

-30.00

R

($901,900)

-9.00

($506,517)

-6.00

R

NR

R

R

NR

R

R

FY 14-15

($1,751,118)

R

$336,122

8.00

$2,505,713

R

R

$3,677,292

R

$626,000

R

($1,662,707)

-30.00

R

($901,900)

-9.00

($506,517)

-6.00

R

R

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House Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

FY 13-14

17

SHP Administration

Eliminates various positions in State Highway Patrol administration.

Positions that are eliminated should all be administrative and/or management positions. No district level positions should be eliminated as a result of this reduction.

18

SHP Accreditation Unit

Eliminates three sworn law enforcement and two civilian positions responsible for overseeing the State Highway Patrol's accreditation process.

Total

Position Title Position Cost

60084955 Quality Accreditation Unit Mgr. $104,417

60086601 Policy & Procedure Manager $ 87,923

60085343 Accreditation Manager $ 87,923

60086920 Civilian Accreditation Mgr. $ 74,689

60084612 Tech Support Technician $ 48,026

19

SHP Support Positions

Eliminates nine vacant civilian positions that provide support services to various units within the Highway Patrol.

20

SHP Traffic Safety Information Officers

Eliminates the Traffic Safety Information Officer position in each

Highway Patrol Troop.

21

VIPER Operations and Maintenance

Provides additional funding for the operation and maintenance of the

Voice Interoperability Plan for Emergency Responders (VIPER) system.

22

SHP VIPER Technology Upgrade

Provides $25 million nonrecurring in FY 2013-14 to upgrade the VIPER system to P-25 technology.

23

SHP VIPER Tower Construction

Provides $7 million recurring in FY 2014-15 to complete construction of 29 State-funded towers for the VIPER system. Tower construction should be complete in FY 2016-17, at which time this appropriation will be reduced to $2 million recurring to fully fund operation and maintenance of the completed VIPER system.

D. National Guard

24

Armories Upgrade

Provides funds to address maintenance needs at the State's 93

National Guard Readiness Centers. Additional funds are appropriated in the Capital Section for repair and renovation of the armories.

($700,000)

($402,978)

-5.00

($772,853)

-9.00

($527,288)

-8.00

$2,825,471

13.00

$25,000,000

NR

$850,000

R

R

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

($700,000)

R

($402,978)

-5.00

R

($772,853)

-9.00

($527,288)

R

R

-8.00

$2,825,471

$580,000

13.00

R

NR

$7,000,000

R

$850,000

R

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House Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

FY 13-14

25

Tarheel ChalleNGe

Transfers funding from the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) for

Tarheel ChalleNGe, a National Guard program for at-risk youth, back to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) budget. These funds were transferred to DPI in 2009, but federal matching funds are currently receipted to DPS. This transfer consolidates all of the funding for

Tarheel ChalleNGe in one place. A corresponding reduction can be found in the Education Section of the budget.

26

Tarheel ChalleNGe - Stanly County Campus

Provides funds for the renovation of the New London school facility in

Stanly County to expand the Tarheel ChalleNGe Academy.

E. Adult Correction - General

27

Budget Reserve Restoration

Eliminates the partial restoration of a nonrecurring budget reserve reduction from FY 2011-12 that reflected a lower prison population.

F. Adult Correction - Prisons

28

Education Supplies

Reduces funding for prison substance abuse supplies to reflect actual expenditures, leaving $100,557.

29

Inmate Health Care

Reduces Inmate Health Care funding to account for savings from completion of the new hospitals at Central Prison and NC Correctional

Institution for Women, increased Medicaid reimbursements for treatment of qualified inmates, and the payment cap on billed charges to hospital and other providers.

30

Morrison CI Electronic Intrusion

Eliminates tower positions effective April 1, 2014 at Morrison

Correctional Institution through the use of an electronic intrusion system that provides increased security.

31

Duplin Correctional Center

Closes Duplin Correctional Center, a 328-bed minimum custody facility, effective August 1, 2013. The closure is part of a reduction in prison capacity to reflect the declining prison population.

32

Robeson Correctional Center

Closes Robeson Correctional Center, a 276-bed minimum custody facility, effective August 1, 2013. The closure is part of a reduction in prison capacity to reflect the declining prison population.

33

Wayne Correctional Center

Closes Wayne Correctional Center, a 428-bed medium custody facility, effective October 1, 2013. The closure is part of a reduction in prison capacity to reflect the declining prison population.

$767,719

$3,092,000

($36,000)

($9,000,000)

($24,202)

-12.00

($3,759,729)

-80.00

($3,625,960)

-80.00

($5,425,999)

-150.00

R

NR

R

R

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$767,719

R

($7,959,355)

NR

($36,000)

R

($9,000,000)

R

($404,911)

-12.00

R

($4,101,522)

-80.00

R

($3,955,592)

-80.00

R

($7,234,666)

-150.00

R

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FY 13-14

34

Western Youth Institution

Closes Western Youth Institution, a 708-bed mixed custody facility, effective January 1, 2014. The closure is part of a reduction in prison capacity to reflect the declining prison population.

35

North Piedmont Correctional Center for Women

Closes North Piedmont Correctional Center for Women, a 136-bed minimum custody facility, effective October 1, 2013. The closure is part of a reduction in prison capacity to reflect the declining prison population.

36

Johnston Correctional Institution

Converts Johnston Correctional Institution from a medium custody to a minimum custody prison, effective January 1, 2014.

37

Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund Admin

Reallocates the Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund administration allotment to reduce the NC Sheriffs' Association percentage from 10% to 5%. The Department of Public Safety will continue to receive 1% for administration. Transfers funds from the

Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund (Special Fund code

24500-2225) to the Department of Public Safety (General Fund budget code 14550) on a nonrecurring basis.

Since the program's inception in August 2011, $39.5 million has been collected in the Fund. The Sheriff's Association has received $3.9 million and the Division of Adult Correction has received $394,881 to administer the program.

38

Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund

Transfers funds from the Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund

(Special Fund code 24500-2225) to the Department of Public Safety

(General Fund budget code 14550) for the Division of Adult

Correction. As of March 31, 2013, this fund has a balance of $20 million.

39

Tabor Correctional Institution Operating Reserve

Reduces the operating reserve for the new minimum-custody dorm at

Tabor Correctional Institution to reflect a delay in completion of construction.

G. Adult Correction - Community Corrections

40

TECS Reduction

Reduces the appropriation for Treatment for Effective Community

Supervision (TECS) to adjust for delayed community programming start dates in some counties. The total funding for this program is

$12.4 million after this non-recurring reduction.

($7,953,209)

-323.00

($1,531,228)

-44.00

($1,300,000)

-50.00

($750,000)

R

R

R

NR

($7,700,000)

NR

($529,424)

($1,500,000)

NR

NR

FY 14-15

($16,312,132)

-323.00

R

($2,041,638)

-44.00

R

($2,600,000)

-50.00

R

($750,000)

NR

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41

Substance Abuse Treatment for High-Risk Offenders

Additional funds are provided to the Broaden Access to Community

Treatment program. These funds shall be restricted to substance abuse treatment services for offenders assessed as moderate to highrisk for recidivism and high need for substance abuse services.

Contracts awarded using these funds shall be given to evidence-based programs that demonstrate support from local stakeholders, including chief district court judges, senior resident superior court judges, probation and parole officers, district attorneys’ offices and county governments.

42

Parole Commission

Increases funding for the Parole Commission in order to adequately manage the expected caseload of 12,500 to 15,000 offender records that will require review following implementation of the Justice

Reinvestment Act. Total funding for this program will be $2.3 million.

43

Probation and Parole Positions

Funds 175 new Probation Officer positions to adequately manage the increased caseloads created by the requirements of the Justice

Reinvestment Act. In addition, provides funding for the reallocation of surveillance officers to probation officer positions.

44

Electronic Monitoring Equipment

Provides funds for the lease of electronic monitoring equipment for offenders who require it as a condition of their probation or status as a sex offender.

45

Pilot Program for Reducing Recidivism

Appropriates funds for contractual services in Robeson and Lenoir counties that will provide persons on probation and under post-release supervision with evidence based educational, vocational, and rehabilitative programs, transitional housing, job-placement services, substance abuse treatment and mental health services.

H. Juvenile Justice

46

Executive Management Staff

Eliminates three full-time executive positions in the Division of Juvenile

Justice. These positions are currently filled.

Total

Position Title Position Cost

60000972 Deputy Comm Courts and Programs $139,635

60001044 Deputy Comm Facilities $129,992

60000891 Director of Detention Services $ 93,556

47

YDC Operating Reduction

Reduces the total operating budget for Youth Development Centers.

FY 13-14

$4,750,000

NR

$374,497

$49,893

8.00

$5,761,119

$465,150

75.00

R

NR

$3,662,191

$750,000

($363,183)

-3.00

($100,000)

R

NR

R

NR

R

R

FY 14-15

$5,250,000

NR

$374,497

8.00

R

$12,120,219

$660,200

175.00

R

NR

$3,662,191

R

$750,000

NR

($363,183)

-3.00

R

($100,000)

R

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FY 13-14

48

Lenoir Youth Development Center

Closes Lenoir Youth Development Center (YDC) and eliminates 71 fulltime equivalent (FTE) positions. This facility shall be closed by

October 1, 2013.

49

Richmond Detention Center

Closes Richmond Detention Center and eliminates 7.4 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions.

50

Buncombe Detention Center

Closes Buncombe Detention Center and eliminates 19.3 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions.

51

Juvenile Justice Community Programs

Provides funding to the Division of Juvenile Justice for the expansion of contracted services for adjudicated juveniles. A portion of the appropriated funds may be set aside for a facility to provide educational and vocational programs for girls that will be similar to the residential boys facility located in Craven County.

52

Safer Schools Initiative

Provides funding for the Center for Safer Schools, which will provide training and technical support to educators, law enforcement agencies and parents statewide.

($2,776,040)

-71.00

R

($1,287,441)

-7.40

($1,250,786)

-19.30

$1,000,000

$311,572

$5,200

4.00

R

R

R

R

NR

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

($27,958,928)

$10,305,625

-818.70

R

NR

$1,704,408,481

FY 14-15

($3,701,387)

-71.00

R

($1,287,441)

-7.40

($1,250,786)

-19.30

$1,000,000

R

R

R

$311,572

4.00

R

($30,838,091)

($15,892,740)

-718.70

R

NR

$1,686,128,353

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House Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

Justice

Recommended Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$77,773,575

Legislative Changes

A. Department-wide

53

SBI Law Enforcement Health Benefits

Pays employer health premiums and contributions for sworn law enforcement officers from funds available in the Separate Insurance

Benefits Plan.

54

Operating Efficiencies Reduction

Directs the Department to identify efficiencies in its operation through the elimination of positions, transitioning of expenditures to receipt support, or reductions to operating line items such as travel, purchased services, and supplies. No reductions will be made to the

NC State Crime Lab.

55

Indirect Cost Receipts

Budgets indirect cost receipts from recurring federal grants that may be allocated to support central administrative functions that include finance, human resources and logistics. Transfers four positions to receipt support:

Total

Position Title Position Cost

60010148 Business Officer $82,281

60010147 HR Recruiter $66,644

60010134 Admin. Secretary III $42,915

60010466 Admin. Assistant I $44,534

B. Legal Services

56

Tobacco Attorney and Paralegal Positions

Transitions one attorney position (60010420) and two paralegal positions (60010422 and 60010421) from receipt support to General

Fund support. These positions were previously supported by receipts from Golden L.E.A.F. and the Tobacco Trust Fund. Another receipt supported attorney position that was vacant (60010423) is eliminated.

C. State Bureau of Investigation (SBI)

57

Prescription Drug Unit Expansion

Provides funds for three positions to expand the SBI's ability to combat prescription drug fraud.

($2,087,026)

NR

($1,700,000)

($259,310)

-4.00

$244,661

3.00

$191,458

3.00

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

$80,773,575

($2,087,026)

NR

($1,700,000)

R

($259,310)

-4.00

R

$244,661

3.00

R

$191,458

3.00

R

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House Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

D. NC State Crime Laboratory

58

Toxicology Positions

Provides funding for 19 new toxicology positions in the Crime Lab to serve the western part of the State. The Crime Lab is directed to work with the Office of State Personnel to create a new apprentice level analyst position at a pay grade lower than that of Forensic Analyst I for trainee analysts.

E. Training and Standards

59

Sheriffs' Education and Training Standards

Appropriates funds to support the Sheriffs' Education and Training

Standards Commission. Section 16C.6 transfers funds from the

Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund to the General Fund for this purpose. This Commission is currently supported by a portion of the $2 court fee designated for law enforcement training. Those funds will now wholly support the Criminal Justice Education and Training

Standards Commission. These changes increase the funds available to DOJ to support both Standards Commissions.

60

Criminal Justice Education and Training

Section 18B.18 changes the allocation of the $2 court fee designated for law enforcement training and standards by directing that all of the funds go to the Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards

Commission (CJTS). Previously, those funds were split between the

Sheriffs' Standards Commission and CJTS. The appropriation of funds to support Sheriffs' Standards in the previous item allows for the redirection of all of the $2 court fee to CJTS, increasing the amount available to DOJ for the support of both Standards Commissions.

FY 13-14

$1,500,000

$111,424

19.00

R

NR

$1,000,000

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$976,809

($1,975,602)

21.00

R

NR

$76,774,782

FY 14-15

$1,500,000

19.00

R

$1,000,000

R

$976,809

($2,087,026)

21.00

R

NR

$79,663,358

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House Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

Judicial - Indigent Defense

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$114,505,898

FY 14-15

$114,505,898

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

61

Administrative Staff Operations Reduction

Reduces administrative staff through efficiencies gained by increased partnership with the School of Government for training, greater utilization of existing staff in lieu of contracted consultants, and more efficient distribution of workload. One position is being reduced to halftime (Special Counsel Legal Assistant, 60091441). The following three positions are being eliminated:

Total

Position Title Position Cost

60002264 IDS Admin Asst. $44,473

60096765 IDS Research Staff $28,000

60002229 Special Counsel $52,739

62

Prisoner Legal Services

Reduces funding for North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services to reflect the declining number of inmates incarcerated in the state's prison system.

63

Low-Level Misdemeanor Reclassification

Reclassifies low-level misdemeanors that rarely result in incarceration as Class 3 misdemeanors or infractions and modifies the sentencing structure for Class 3 misdemeanors so that the first three charges are fineable offenses. With no possibility of incarceration, these offenses do not require legal counsel.

64

Additional Private Appointed Counsel Funds

Allocates nonrecurring funds to pay private counsel assigned to represent indigent defendants, reducing a budget shortfall that has accumulated over several years. This budget shortfall creates a hardship for small business legal firms whose payments are delayed when State funding is exhausted before the end of the fiscal year.

($258,634)

-3.25

($231,200)

R

R

($2,000,000)

R

$4,144,159

NR

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

($2,489,834)

$4,144,159

-3.25

R

NR

$116,160,223

($258,634)

-3.25

R

($231,200)

R

($2,000,000)

R

($2,489,834)

R

-3.25

$112,016,064

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House Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

Judicial

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$458,416,996

FY 14-15

$458,416,996

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

65

Additional Magistrate Funding

Restores 16 magistrate positions in counties that currently have three magistrates to provide staff to perform duties and minimize after-hours call-backs.

66

Administrative Budget Reduction

Reduces funding for the Administrative Office of the Courts. This reduction will not eliminate any county or district level court personnel.

67

Funds for Interpreters, Witnesses, and Juries

Increases the budget for interpreters, expert witnesses, and jury fees as necessary to operate the State court system. Funds for interpreters would increase by $342,821 over the current budget of $1.0 million.

Funds for expert witnesses would increase by $203,458 over the current budget of $422,498. Funds for jury fees would increase by

$462,977 over the current budget of $3.2 million.

68

Local Hospital Toxicology Analysis

Establishes a fund to be administered by the Conference of District

Attorneys to allow district attorneys to use local hospitals for toxicology services in DWI cases.

$727,104

16.00

R

($3,000,000)

R

$1,009,256

$500,000

R

NR

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

($1,263,640)

$500,000

16.00

R

NR

$457,653,356

$727,104

16.00

R

($3,000,000)

R

$1,009,256

R

($1,263,640)

R

16.00

$457,153,356

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Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

DPS Special Fund (Statewide Misdemeanant Confi

Budget Code: 24550

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund

Transfers $7.7 million nonrecurring to the

Department of Public Safety (General Fund budget code 14550) for the Division of Adult Correction.

Sheriffs' Education and Training Standards

Transfers $1 million recurring to the General Fund to support the Sheriffs' Education and Training

Standards Commission.

Continuation Budget Correction

Corrects a $5 million nonrecurring transfer to the

Division of Adult Correction for the Treatment of

Effective Community Superivision that was inadvertently omitted from the Governor's

Continuation Budget.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$20,085,259

$0

$0

0.00

$7,700,000

0.00

$1,000,000

$0

0.00

$0

$5,000,000

0.00

R

NR

R

NR

R

NR

$1,000,000

$12,700,000

0.00

R

NR

FY 2014-15

$6,385,259

$0

$0

0.00

$0

0.00

$1,000,000

$0

0.00

R

NR

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$1,000,000

$0

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

Statewide Misdemeanant Confinement Fund

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

Public Safety

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Subcommittee on Justice and Public Safety

Subtotal Legislative Changes

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

FY 2013-14

$0

$0

R

NR

$13,700,000

$0

($13,700,000)

0.00

$6,385,259

FY 2014-15

$0

$0

R

NR

$1,000,000

$0

($1,000,000)

0.00

$5,385,259

Public Safety

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GENERAL

GOVERNMENT

Section J

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House Subcommittee on General Government

( 1.0) Cultural Resources

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1110 - Administration

1

Strategic Marketing Program

Provides funding to create a department-wide marketing strategy. The

Department shall coordinate these efforts with the Department of

Commerce.

1210 - Archives and Records

2

Director of Division of Historical Resources

Eliminates one vacant supervisor position (60083302). The salary is

$93,523 and benefits are $25,657.

1241 - Historic Sites

3

Savings at Historic Sites

Achieves savings at historic sites by implementing a policy of standard operating days, reducing contracts, and securing revenue enhancements. There will be a reduction of one position: Building and

Environmental Technician (600083487).

4

Historic Sites

Reduces State appropriations for operations and eliminates one position in FY 2013-14 for the following sites: Aycock Birthplace, Polk

Memorial, Vance Birthplace, and House in the Horseshoe and the

Museum at Old Fort.

1242 - Tryon Palace

5

Tryon Palace

Provides non-recurring funds for operations of Tryon Palace. There will be over $2.5 million in State appropriations for Tryon Palace in FY

2013-14.

1330 - NC Arts Council

6

Administration

Reduces State appropriations available for administration of the Arts

Council activities.

7

NC Arts Council and Other Grants

Reduces funds for the Grassroots grants program, the grant to the

Lost Colony, and the Basic grant program.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$63,626,477

$53,000

NR

($119,190)

-1.00

R

($152,190)

-1.00

R

($50,000)

-1.00

R

$500,000

NR

($250,000)

R

($228,495)

R

FY 14-15

$63,629,480

($119,190)

-1.00

R

($152,190)

-1.00

R

($50,000)

-1.00

R

$100,000

NR

($250,000)

R

($228,495)

R

( 1.0) Cultural Resources

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House Subcommittee on General Government

Across Divisions

8

Management Flexibility Reserve

Reduces funding to the Department and provides the Secretary with the flexibility to take the reduction by identifying administrative savings and efficiencies department-wide.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

($250,000)

R

($1,049,875)

$553,000

-3.00

R

NR

$63,129,602

FY 14-15

($250,000)

R

($1,049,875)

$100,000

-3.00

R

NR

$62,679,605

( 1.0) Cultural Resources

Page J 2

House Subcommittee on General Government

( 2.0) Cultural Resources - Roanoke Island Commission

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$1,058,757

FY 14-15

$1,058,757

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1584 - Roanoke Island Commission

9

Roanoke Island Commission

Reduces funds available for Roanoke Island Commission.

($608,757)

R

($608,757)

R

($608,757)

R

($608,757)

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$450,000 $450,000

( 2.0) Cultural Resources - Roanoke Island Commission

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House Subcommittee on General Government

( 3.0) Insurance

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1100 - Agency Wide

10

Position Eliminations

Eliminates positions across the Department of Insurance.

1500 - Fire Marshal

11

Fire Protection Grants

Provides additional funds for the State Fire Protection Grant Fund.

These funds will be used to provide fire protection for the State-owned facilities located in Butner.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$38,454,593

FY 14-15

$38,464,213

($560,589)

R

$100,000

R

($560,589)

R

$100,000

R

($460,589)

R

($460,589)

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$37,994,004 $38,003,624

( 3.0) Insurance

Page J 4

House Subcommittee on General Government

( 4.0) Insurance - Volunteer Safety Workers' Compensation Fund

GENERAL FUND

FY 14-15

$2,623,654

Recommended Budget

FY 13-14

$2,623,654

Legislative Changes

Volunteer Safety Workers' Compensation Fund

12

Fund

Eliminates recurring State appropriations. This funds for the Volunteer

Safety Workers' Compensation Fund will come from G.S. 105-

228.5(d)(3). Up to 20% of the tax shall be deposited into this Fund to continue financial support.

($2,623,654)

R

($2,623,654)

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$0

($2,623,654)

R

($2,623,654)

R

$0

( 4.0) Insurance - Volunteer Safety Workers' Compensation Fund

Page J 5

House Subcommittee on General Government

( 5.0) State Board of Elections

Recommended Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$5,213,445

Legislative Changes

1100 - Administration

13

Operating Budget

Reduces the operating budget across all divisions.

14

Voter Photo Identification Requirement

Appropriates funds for the implementation of a voter identification program. These funds will be used for new staff for the State Board of

Elections and for other activities related to implementation of the new requirement.

Across Divisions

15

Savings

Reduces State appropriations across divisions for State Board of

Elections for FY 2013-14 and budgets receipts from NC Public

Campaign Finance Fund.

Campaign Finance and Auditing

16

Positions

Provides funding for 1.5 FTEs that had previously been funded by the

NC Public Campaign Finance Fund. The positions include one

General Accounts Auditor I position and .52 FTE Deputy Director of

Campaign Finance.

State Board of Elections

17

Help America Vote Act (HAVA) Funds

Provides matching funds for federal HAVA funds to support the

Statewide Election and Information Management System (SEIMS) and two time-limited positions in FY 2014-15. These additional funds will allow the State to access $4,071,740 of HAVA federal funds for information technology efforts.

($20,313)

$1,505,900

10.00

R

($3,500,000)

NR

$109,241

1.52

NR

R

FY 14-15

$5,213,445

($20,313)

R

$828,400

10.00

NR

$109,241

1.52

R

$213,366

$177,505

2.00

R

NR

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$88,928

($1,994,100)

11.52

R

NR

$3,308,273

$302,294

$1,005,905

13.52

R

NR

$6,521,644

( 5.0) State Board of Elections

Page J 6

House Subcommittee on General Government

NC Public Campaign Finance Fund

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

NC Public Campaign Finance Fund

Reduces fund balance for the NC Public Campaign

Finance Fund to fund operations of State Board of

Elections budget items for FY 2013-14.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$8,491,702

$0

$0

0.00

$0

$3,500,000

0.00

R

NR

$0

$3,500,000

0.00

R

NR

Budget Code: 68025

FY 2014-15

$4,991,702

$0

$0

0.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

NC Public Campaign Finance Fund

Subtotal Legislative Changes

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

State Board of Elections

Page J 7

House Subcommittee on General Government

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

FY 2013-14

$3,500,000

$0

($3,500,000)

0.00

$4,991,702

FY 2014-15

$0

$0

$0

0.00

$4,991,702

State Board of Elections

Page J 8

House Subcommittee on General Government

( 6.0) General Assembly

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1100 - Administration

18

Furniture - Across Divisions

Reduces the funds available for purchase of furniture for FY 2014-15.

19

Management Flexibility Reduction - Agency Wide

Creates a management flexibility reduction of $153,035 for the

General Assembly.

20

Operating Budgets - All Divisions

Reduces operating budgets to actual FY 2011-12 expenditures.

21

Rental Parking Space Budget

Reduces the rental parking space budget due to anticipated revenues to be generated from charging temporary staff a monthly parking fee.

22

Vacant Position Eliminations - Administrative Division

Eliminates three positions that have been vacant over 180 days:

1.0 FTE Bill Room Supervisor (P30118)

0.6 FTE Housekeeper (P30549)

1.0 FTE Food Services Assistant I (P30615A)

23

School of Government

Reduces funds for the School of Government contract.

1213 - Research Division

24

Vacant Position

Eliminates one vacant positions that has been vacant for approximately 150 days:

1.0 FTE Senior Legislative Secretary (P30343)

House and Senate

25

Subsistence

Reduces the subsistence budget for FY 2014-15 based on the assumption that the long session end date of mid-July.

26

Temporary Wages

Reduces funding available for floaters during sessions.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$52,845,390

FY 14-15

$52,845,390

($153,035)

R

($120,504)

-2.60

R

($97,168)

R

($40,960)

-1.00

R

($422,905)

NR

($35,000)

($153,035)

NR

R

($31,500)

($30,000)

NR

R

($120,504)

-2.60

R

($97,168)

R

($40,960)

-1.00

R

($123,760)

NR

($640,864)

NR

( 6.0) General Assembly

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House Subcommittee on General Government

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

($411,667)

($422,905)

-3.60

R

NR

$52,010,818

FY 14-15

($441,667)

($831,124)

-3.60

R

NR

$51,572,599

( 6.0) General Assembly

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House Subcommittee on General Government

( 7.0) Governor

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

27

Savings

Reduces funds to achieve savings through reducing non-essential dues and memberships by $369,693.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$5,539,743

FY 14-15

$5,541,825

($369,693)

R

($369,693)

R

($369,693)

R

($369,693)

R

$5,170,050 $5,172,132

( 7.0) Governor

Page J 11

House Subcommittee on General Government

( 8.0) State Budget & Management

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$6,951,706

FY 14-15

$7,034,217

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Office of State Budget and Management

28

Professional Positions

Adds fifteen positions to the Office of State Budget and Management.

The positions include: one Chief Operating Officer, one Assistant

State Budget Officer, one Information Technology Analyst, one Capital

Analyst, one Cognos Administrator, one Accounting Technician, four

Budget Analysts, two Management Analysts and three Economists.

$1,446,193

15.00

R

$1,446,193

15.00

R

$1,446,193

R

$1,446,193

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

15.00

$8,397,899

15.00

$8,480,410

( 8.0) State Budget & Management

Page J 12

House Subcommittee on General Government

( 9.0) State Budget and Management - Special

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Grants-in-Aid

29

Library

Provides funding to the City of Kings Mountain to build a new public library.

30

North Carolina Symphony

Provides funding for the North Carolina Symphony for a challenge grant for FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$49,000

FY 14-15

$49,000

$1,500,000

NR

$1,500,000

NR

$1,500,000

NR

$3,000,000

NR

$3,049,000

$1,500,000

NR

$1,549,000

( 9.0) State Budget and Management - Special

Page J 13

House Subcommittee on General Government

(10.0) Auditor

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Across Divisions

31

Operating Budget

Reduces the operating budget across all divisions.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$11,013,547

FY 14-15

$11,013,547

($49,000)

R

($49,000)

R

($49,000)

R

($49,000)

R

$10,964,547 $10,964,547

(10.0) Auditor

Page J 14

House Subcommittee on General Government

(11.0) Revenue

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1624 - Income Tax Division

32

Income Tax Division Auditors

Adds one auditor position in the Income Tax Division to help with backlogged cases. Backlogged cases are the result of requests for reviews of disputed audits.

1627 - Sales and Use Tax

33

Sales and Use Tax Division Auditor

Adds one auditor position to the Sales and Use Tax Division to help with backlogged cases. Backlogged cases are the result of requests for review of disputed audits.

Agency Wide

34

Funding for Tax Information Management System (TIMS)

Uses receipts from prior project phases to continue the implementation of TIMS. Revenues equaling $8.9 million generated in prior years will support the internal costs of implementation.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$80,031,575

$95,014

$6,315

1.00

R

NR

$95,483

$7,030

1.00

R

NR

FY 14-15

$80,031,575

$95,014

1.00

R

$95,483

1.00

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$190,497

$13,345

2.00

R

NR

$80,235,417

$190,497 R

2.00

$80,222,072

(11.0) Revenue

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House Subcommittee on General Government

(12.0) Secretary of State

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Agency Wide

35

Operations Reductions

Achieves savings throughout the Department by reducing various operating accounts.

36

Positions

Eliminates three positions

(60008714) Processing Assistant V

(60008777) Program Assistant IV

(60008779) Administrative Assistant II

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$11,845,185

FY 14-15

$11,845,185

($148,093)

R

($121,909)

-3.00

R

($148,093)

R

($121,909)

-3.00

R

($270,002)

R

-3.00

$11,575,183

($270,002)

R

-3.00

$11,575,183

(12.0) Secretary of State

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House Subcommittee on General Government

(13.0) Lieutenant Governor

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1110 - Administration

37

Support for Office Operations

Adds a Communication Director, Policy Director, and Director of

Constituent Services to the Lieutenant Governor's Office.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$444,047

FY 14-15

$444,047

$231,042

$6,000

3.00

R

NR

$231,042

$6,000

3.00

R

NR

$681,089

$231,042

3.00

R

$231,042

R

3.00

$675,089

(13.0) Lieutenant Governor

Page J 17

House Subcommittee on General Government

(14.0) State Controller

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

38

Operating Budget

Reduces various accounts across the office to achieve savings.

39

ITS Charges

Reflects the reduced Information Technology Services (ITS) charges that will result from a new help desk ticketing system.

1000 - Office of State Controller

40

Personnel

Directs the State Controller to reduce the Department's personnel budget by $488,599.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$29,279,290

FY 14-15

$29,279,290

($45,000)

R

($35,000)

R

($488,599)

R

($45,000)

R

($35,000)

R

($488,599)

R

($568,599) R ($568,599) R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$28,710,691 $28,710,691

(14.0) State Controller

Page J 18

House Subcommittee on General Government

Office of State Controller

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

FICA Savings

Reduces the fund balance for the special fund for

Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) savings to fund Office of State Personnel activities for FY 2013-

14.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$18,348,484

$4,317,261

$0

0.00

$0

$6,000,000

0.00

R

NR

$0

$6,000,000

0.00

R

NR

Budget Code: 24160

FY 2014-15

$8,031,223

$4,317,261

$0

0.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

FICA Savings

Subtotal Legislative Changes

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

Office of State Controller

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House Subcommittee on General Government

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

FY 2013-14

$10,317,261

$0

($10,317,261)

0.00

$8,031,223

FY 2014-15

$4,317,261

$0

($4,317,261)

0.00

$3,713,962

Office of State Controller

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House Subcommittee on General Government

(15.0) Administration

Recommended Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$68,316,992

Legislative Changes

1123 - Historically Underutilized Businesses

41

Historically Underutilized Business Education

Eliminates up to two positions within the Division of Historically

Underutilized Businesses. The Division is to continue current efforts to certify businesses as being historically underutilized and reduce efforts to educate those about the State requirements. The Statutory requirements regarding historically underutilized businesses have been in existence since 2001.

1411 - Office of State Construction

42

Office of State Construction Receipts

Partially moves positions at the Office of State Construction back to

General Fund support. In FY 2011-12, nine positions within the Office of State Construction and 0.85 positions within the Management

Information System Division were placed on receipt support. The receipts were to be from various projects' contingency reserves. The collection of funds from the contingency reserve has been problematic and the receipt source is uncertain. It is expected that up to five positions will be moved back onto General Fund support.

1421 - Facilities Management Division

43

Utility Increases

Increases the budget in the utility line item (5322XX) to prepare for an upcoming rate increase to the water and sewer rate and any increase in the electric rate.

44

Public Health Lab/Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

Reserve

Provides increased funding for the operation and maintenance of the

Public Health Lab/Office of the Chief Medical Examiner building. The building first received funding in FY 2011-12.

1511 - Purchase and Contract Division

45

E-Commerce Reserve

Utilizes funds collected in the E-Commerce Reserve to fund the ongoing operations of the Purchase and Contract Division. The

Reserve is funded by a charge paid on goods purchased through the

State's E-Procurement System.

$462,006

5.00

$441,861

$254,493

R

R

R

($1,218,659)

NR

FY 14-15

$68,241,992

($119,108)

-2.00

R

$462,006

5.00

R

$498,562

R

$254,493

R

($1,476,543)

NR

(15.0) Administration

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House Subcommittee on General Government

FY 13-14

1732 - Displaced Homemakers Program

46

Displaced Homemakers Program Elimination

Eliminates the Displaced Homemakers Program and transfers funds collected from the divorce filing fee to the Domestic Violence Center

Fund. The Domestic Violence Center Fund provides funding related to domestic violence. In FY 2011-12, the Displaced Homemakers

Program Fund received $1.8 million from the fee. The following receipt supported positions are eliminated:

60089848 Community Development Specialist I

65003391 Processing Assistant IV

1741 - Human Relations Commission

47

Consolidation

Consolidates staff functions by reducing the Human Relations

Commission by three FTEs.

1771 - Division of Veterans Affairs

48

Grant in Aid Program

Eliminates the grant in aid program to county governments for the provision of veterans services. The Division of Veterans Affairs will continue to provide services to veterans in offices throughout the State.

49

Veterans Affairs ITS Consolidation

Provides funding to complete the Information Technology Services consolidation for the Division of Veterans Affairs field offices.

1810 - State Ethics Commission

50

Operating Expenses

Achieves savings by reducing various operating accounts.

1861 - Commission of Indian Affairs

51

Commission of Indian Affairs Consolidation

Eliminates a vacant Administrative Assistant II position (60013923) at the Commission of Indian Affairs.

1900 - Reserves and Transfers

52

Reserve and Transfer Reduction

Eliminates an unnecessary appropriation within the Reserve and

Transfer budget.

Agency Wide

53

Savings

Utilizes over-realized receipts from the Reserve for E-Commerce

Initiative (2514) to fund operations from the Department.

($292,390)

($178,521)

-3.00

($138,000)

$115,000

$68,000

($22,434)

($34,444)

-0.75

($32,942)

R

R

R

R

NR

R

R

R

($4,000,000)

NR

FY 14-15

($292,390)

R

($178,521)

-3.00

R

($138,000)

R

$115,000

R

($22,434)

R

($34,444)

-0.75

R

($32,942)

R

($6,000,000)

NR

(15.0) Administration

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House Subcommittee on General Government

FY 13-14

Agency Wide

54

Operations Reductions

Eliminates a vacant positions Human Services Planner/Evaluator IV position (65010199) and reduces various operating line items including but not limited to: general office supplies, other admin supplies, janitorial supplies, other facility and hardware, motor vehicle replacement part, furniture-office, maintenance agreements- equipment, janitorial service agreements, other equipment, and other contracted services within the Department.

Office of State Personnel

55

Operations

Reduces funds from various operating line items including: supplies, office furniture, office equipment, computer/data processing services, travel, and other contracted services within the Office of State

Personnel.

56

Savings

Reduces State appropriations for FY 2013-14 by $6 million and utilizes

FICA savings.

($286,119)

-1.00

($175,964)

R

R

($6,000,000)

NR

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

$112,546

($11,150,659)

0.25

R

NR

$57,278,879

FY 14-15

($286,119)

-1.00

R

($175,964)

R

$50,139

($7,476,543)

-1.75

R

NR

$60,815,588

(15.0) Administration

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House Subcommittee on General Government

Reserve for E-Commerce Initiative (2514)

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

E-Commerce Fund Transfer

Utilizes over-realized receipts from the to fund the

Core Banking System Upgrade at the Department of the State Treasurer

E-Commerce Fund

Utilizes $4,000,000 in FY 2013-14 and $6,000,000 in

FY 2014-15 to support operations within the

Department of Administration.

Purchase and Contract Use of E-Commerce

Reserve

Utilizes the E-Commerce Reserve to support operations within the Division of Purchase and

Contract. Funds from the Reserve are to be transferred to the Division (1511) to support recurring operating requirements.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$15,318,833

$19,278,000

$19,278,000

0.00

$0

$1,111,585

0.00

R

NR

$0

$4,000,000

0.00

$0

R

NR

R

$1,218,659

0.00

NR

$0

$6,330,244

0.00

R

NR

Budget Code: 24100

FY 2014-15

$8,988,589

$19,278,000

$19,278,000

0.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$6,000,000

0.00

$0

R

R

NR

$1,476,543

0.00

NR

$0

$7,476,543

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

Department of Administration

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House Subcommittee on General Government

E-Commerce Funds Transfer

E-Commerce Funds Transfer

E-Commerce Funds Transfer

Subtotal Legislative Changes

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

FY 2013-14

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$25,608,244

$19,278,000

($6,330,244)

0.00

$8,988,589

FY 2014-15

$0

$0

$0

$0

R

NR

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$26,754,543

$19,278,000

($7,476,543)

0.00

$1,512,046

Department of Administration

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House Subcommittee on General Government

(16.0) Housing Finance Agency

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1100 - HOME Match

57

Home Match Reduction

Reduces the State match for the HOME program due to reductions in federal funding.

1100 - Housing Trust Fund

58

Housing Trust Fund

Reduces the General Fund appropriation to the Housing Trust Fund to

$7,000,000 for FY 2013-14 and $5,293,289 for FY 2014-15.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$9,408,417

FY 14-15

$9,408,417

($120,000)

R

($876,785)

NR

($120,000)

R

($2,583,496)

NR

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

($120,000)

($876,785)

R

NR

$8,411,632

($120,000)

($2,583,496)

R

NR

$6,704,921

(16.0) Housing Finance Agency

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House Subcommittee on General Government

(17.0) Office of Administrative Hearings

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1100 - Civil Rights Division

59

Vacant Civil Rights Position and Contractual Services

Eliminates vacant Civil Rights Investigator position (60088609) in the

Civil Rights Division and reduces contractual services (532199).

1100 - Hearings Division

60

Case Management System

Provides funding to fully implement the AMCAD case management system. This system will reduce paper filing, clerical entry, and mail processing.

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$4,335,464

FY 14-15

$4,350,431

($82,845)

-1.00

R

$109,850

$160,000

R

NR

$27,005

$160,000

-1.00

R

NR

$4,522,469

($82,845)

-1.00

R

$110,308

$80,000

R

NR

$27,463

$80,000

-1.00

R

NR

$4,457,894

(17.0) Office of Administrative Hearings

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House Subcommittee on General Government

(18.0) Treasurer

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1210 - Investment Division

61

Operating Reduction to Investment Division

Eliminates the appropriated position reserve (537199) for Investment

Directors and Chief Investment Officer.

1310 - Local Government Division

62

State and Local Government Automation Project

Authorizes the use of receipts for the State and Local Government

Automation Project. This project is a multi-year effort to replace outdated information systems used by local government units. Project components include infrastructure upgrades, audit package with document management capabilities, modernization of Annual Financial

Information Reporting (AFIR) process, and implementation of audit software. The Automation Project is funded from fees paid by local governments for debt issuance. The first phase of this project was authorized in FY 2011-12. The nonrecurring costs for this project are

$1,048,200 for FY 2013-14. There will be additional recurring costs of

$200,419.

1510 - Financial Operations

63

Reduction to Operating Funds in Financial Operations

Division

Reduces transfers to the Information Management Division by $70,000

(538175) to reflect change in the allocation formula, and reduces miscellaneous contractual services (532199) by $25,000. In addition, a vacant Banking Specialist position (60009292) is eliminated. The position has been vacant over three years.

1510 - Financial Operations Division

64

Core Banking System Upgrade

Provides non-recurring funds for the upgrade of the State's Core

Banking System. Appropriations to the Division for this item will not be subject to G.S. 147-68.1.

65

Operation of State Core Banking System

Allows the Financial Operations Division to access funds under management to fund the operations of the upgraded State's Core

Banking System Upgrade. Appropriations to the Division will be reimbursed in accordance with G.S. 147-68.1.

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$6,851,090

($45,416)

R

($133,221)

R

-1.00

$1,111,585

NR

$353,852

R

FY 14-15

$6,851,090

($45,416)

R

($133,221)

R

-1.00

$353,852

R

(18.0) Treasurer

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House Subcommittee on General Government

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

$175,215

$1,111,585

-1.00

R

NR

$8,137,890

FY 14-15

$175,215

R

-1.00

$7,026,305

(18.0) Treasurer

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House Subcommittee on General Government

(19.0) Fire Rescue Nat Guard Pensions & LDD Benefits

GENERAL FUND

FY 14-15

$23,179,042

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

1412 - Fire Pension

66

General Fund Fire Contribution

Provides the General Fund contribution to the Firemen's Pension

Fund. The payment of these pension benefits is made pursuant to

G.S. 58-86. The amount of the recurring General Fund contribution in the continuation budget is $14,015,734.

1413 - Rescue Squad

67

General Fund Contribution to the Rescue Squad Workers

Pension Fund

Provides the General Fund contribution to the Rescue Squad Workers'

Pension Fund. The payment of these pension benefits is made pursuant to G.S. 58-86. The amount of the recurring General Fund contribution in the continuation budget is $1,430,865. The appropriation is reduced by $820,000 relative to the continuation budget in order to align with the Annual Required Contribution in the

June 30, 2012 actuarial valuation. This reduction appears in a corresponding money item in the Statewide Reserves section of the

Committee Report.

1414 - National Guard

68

General Fund Contribution to National Guard

Provides the General Fund contribution to the National Guard Pension

Fund. The payment of these pension benefits is made pursuant to

G.S. 127A-40. The amount of the recurring General Fund contribution to the fund is $7,007,443.

1432 - Line of Duty Death Benefits

69

General Fund Contribution to Line of Duty Death Benefits

Provides the General Fund contribution to the Line of Duty Death

Benefits Fund. The Fund provides benefits to families of certain public servants who die in the line of duty. The payment of these death benefits is made pursuant to G.S. 143-12A. The amount of the recurring General Fund contribution to the fund is $725,000.

FY 13-14

$23,179,042

(19.0) Fire Rescue Nat Guard Pensions & LDD Benefits

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House Subcommittee on General Government

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

FY 14-15

$23,179,042 $23,179,042

(19.0) Fire Rescue Nat Guard Pensions & LDD Benefits

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TRANSPORTATION

Section K

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

Highway Fund

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Adjustments to Availability

1

Inspection Program Account & Telecommunications Account

Appropriates $10.5 million of accumulated unencumbered fund balance in accordance with the elimination of the Inspection Program

Account and Telecommunications Account upon completion of the

Motor Vehicle Inspection and Law Enforcement System (MILES) information technology project. Projected recurring revenues from the consolidation of the Inspection ($3.00) and Telecommunications

($1.75) electronic authorization fees total $23.6 million in FY 2013-14 and $21.6 million in FY 2014-15.

2

Division of Motor Vehicles Technology Improvement Account

Appropriates $4.55 million of accumulated unencumbered fund balance in accordance with the elimination of the Technology

Improvement Account. Additional recurring revenues to the Highway

Fund total $634,000.

3

Access and Public Service Road Program

Appropriates $4,843,441 of accumulated unencumbered fund balance from the Access and Public Service Road Program.

4

Division Small Urban Construction Program

Appropriates $21,914,410 of accumulated unencumbered fund balance from the Division Small Urban Construction Program.

5

Contingency Fund

Appropriates $27,060,083 of accumulated unencumbered fund balance from the Contingency Fund.

6

Economic Development Program

Appropriates $3,346,215 of accumulated unencumbered fund balance within the Economic Development Program for qualifying projects to be used in FY 2013-14.

7

Shallow Draft Navigation Channel Dredging Fund

Reduces Highway Fund revenue by $2,280,350 in FY 2013-14 and

$2,193,500 in FY 2014-15 to reflect the crediting of one-sixth of one percent (1/6 of 1%) of motor fuel tax revenue to the Shallow Draft

Navigation Channel Dredging Fund.

FY 13-14

$1,696,197,124

HIGHWAY FUND

FY 14-15

$1,692,322,459

Highway Fund Page K 1

House Subcommittee on Transportation

8

Freight Rail & Rail Crossing Safety Improvement Fund

Increases Highway Fund availability to reflect dividend payments issued by the North Carolina Railroad Company during the 2013-15 fiscal biennium. Estimated receipts total $19.2 million in FY 2013-14 and $3.75 million in FY 2014-15.

Administration

9

Facility Security

Appropriates recurring funds to maintain the existing level of contract security at seven DOT buildings, as recommended in the Governor's

Budget. Funds were previously allocated from the year-end credit balance within the Highway Fund for this purpose.

10

Fiscal Section - Appalachian Regional Commission

Appropriates funding for the Department's share of the Appalachian

Regional Commission Assessment, as recommended in the

Governor's Budget. Funds were previously allocated from the Highway

Fund year-end credit balance for this purpose.

11

Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) Program

Reduces funding for the Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)

Program, leaving $365,337, as recommended in the Governor's

Budget.

12

DOT-IT - Mainframe Application Modernization

Appropriates funds to advance the development and implementation of replacement systems for Division of Motor Vehicles mainframe applications, including the State Titling and Registration System

(STARS), State Automated Driver License System (SADLS), and

Liability Insurance Tracking and Enforcement System (LITES). Funds are authorized for the procurement of contractual services, hardware and software for these replacement efforts.

13

Fiscal Section - Combined Registration and Tax Collection

System

Authorizes three additional receipt-supported positions to administer the collection of registration fees and property taxes upon implementation of the Combined Motor Vehicle Registration and

Property Tax Collection System. Budgeted receipts are increased by

$189,278 recurring in FY 2013-14 and $189,372 recurring in FY 2014-

15. Costs incurred for project administration are supported by the administrative fee authorized in G.S. 105-330.5(b) and determined pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding between the

Department of Revenue and Division of Motor Vehicles, as required by

G.S. 105-330.11. Total budgeted receipts for Fiscal Section project administration are $634,702 in FY 2013-14 and $634,796 in FY 2014-

15.

FY 13-14

$303,896

$278,099

($7,455)

R

R

R

$8,832,000

NR

FY 14-15

$303,896

R

$278,099

R

($7,455)

R

$5,000,000

$8,798,400

R

NR

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

FY 13-14

14

DOT-IT - Combined Registration and Tax Collection System

Authorizes two additional receipt-supported positions to support and maintain the Combined Motor Vehicle Registration and Property Tax

Collection System. Budgeted receipts are increased by $240,296 recurring and $232,750 nonrecurring in FY 2013-14, and are reduced by $1,767,963 in FY 2014-15 per project close-out. Costs incurred for project administration are supported by the administrative fee authorized in G.S. 105-330.5(b) and determined pursuant to the

Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Revenue and Division of Motor Vehicles, as required by G.S. 105-330.11. Total budgeted receipts for DOT-IT project administration are $4,831,480 in

FY 2013-14 and $2,861,062 in FY 2014-15.

15

Departmental Staffing Efficiencies

Eliminates 631 administrative, field, and equipment positions that have been vacant longer than 180 days. Of these, 587 are receipt-supported positions assigned to field and equipment units. Projected savings associated with these positions, totaling $21,725,751, are returned to the funding programs.

To manage this reduction, the Department may eliminate alternate vacant positions.

16

Preconstruction and Technical Services Units Reductions

Reduces the number of employees by 15 FTE in each year of the

2013-15 fiscal biennium, as directed by Section 34.2.

Aid to Municipalities

17

State Aid to Municipalities

Appropriates additional funding from the consolidation of State Aid to

Municipalities/Powell Bill allocations within the Highway Fund.

Budgeted funds total $142,293,840 for FY 2013-14 and $136,874,010 for FY 2014-15.

Capital, Repairs & Renovations

18

Repairs & Renovations

Appropriates funds for repairs and renovations to eight Department of

Transportation owned facilities during the 2013-15 fiscal biennium.

19

Capital Improvements

Appropriates nonrecurring funds for capital improvement projects included in the Department of Transportation's 2013-2019 Capital

Improvements Plan.

($2,682,292)

-44.00

$53,407,542

$3,532,900

$14,522,600

R

R

NR

NR

FY 14-15

($2,682,292)

-44.00

R

$48,165,484

R

$2,792,000

NR

$17,145,700

NR

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

FY 13-14

Construction

20

Secondary Road Construction and Unpaved Secondary Road

Paving Programs

Reduces funding for the Secondary Road Construction Program in FY

2013-14 and eliminates the program in FY 2014-15. The fund will be renamed in FY 2014-15 to the Unpaved Secondary Road Paving

Program. The total budget is $27.0 million in FY 2013-14 and $12.0 million in FY 2014-15. The Department will allocate $12.0 million recurring beginning in FY 2013-14 for the paving of unpaved secondary roads based on the statewide prioritization list.

21

Access and Public Service Road Program

Reduces funding for the Access and Public Service Roads Program by

2%, leaving $1,723,707, as recommended in the Governor's Budget.

22

Economic Development Program Fund

Appropriates $10,346,215 nonrecurring to the Economic Development

Program for qualifying projects in FY 2013-14 and $4,036,171 nonrecurring in FY 2014-15. From these funds, the Department shall allocate:

- $6.5 million in FY 2013-14 to the Division of Aviation to be used for aviation-related economic development projects; and,

- $500,000 in FY 2013-14 to support costs incurred for the study directed by Section 34.23.

Division of Motor Vehicles

23

Customer Service Improvement Initiative

Appropriates funds to support part-time personnel, utilities, and other operating costs associated with the provision of extended weekday and Saturday hours of operation at 20 driver license offices during FY

2013-14, increasing to 30 offices by FY 2014-15, as recommended in the Governor's Budget.

Nonrecurring funds are appropriated for the training of new personnel and to replace three digital scanners which are no longer supported by the manufacturer.

24

Credit/Debit Transaction Costs

Appropriates funds to support transaction costs incurred for the acceptance of credit and debit card payments for registration, title, and highway use tax transactions.

($76,886,298)

$15,000,000

($35,178)

$10,346,215

$889,782

$540,683

$6,646,233

R

NR

R

NR

R

NR

R

FY 14-15

($76,708,526)

R

($35,178)

R

$4,036,171

NR

$963,829

R

$7,975,480

R

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

FY 13-14

25

Combined Registration and Tax Collection System

Continues funding for a total of 79 receipt-supported positions authorized by S.L. 2012-142, Sec. 24.10, of which 58 are time-limited, to administer the Combined Motor Vehicle Registration and Property

Tax Collection System. Fifty-four of these authorized time-limited positions shall terminate no later than June 30, 2015. Vehicle Services personnel are responsible for system training, transaction and document processing, and resolution of branch agent and customer service requests.

Budgeted receipts are increased by $8,151,788 in FY 2013-14 and

$10,460,702 in FY 2014-15. Costs incurred for project administration are supported by the administrative fee authorized in G.S. 105-

330.5(b) and determined pursuant to the Memorandum of

Understanding between the Department of Revenue and Division of

Motor Vehicles, as required by G.S. 105-330.11. Total budgeted receipts for DMV project administration are $11,591,432 in FY 2013-14 and $11,423,636 in FY 2014-15. Funding is reduced by $167,796 in

FY 2014-15 due to the elimination of four positions responsible for initial training activities.

26

Combined Registration and Tax Collection System - Receipts

Reduces funding to account for additional receipts derived from compensation for property tax transactions performed by the Division of Motor Vehicles and from the administrative fee for the production of combined registration renewal notices and vehicle property tax bills

(G.S. 105-330.5(b)). Receipts budgeted within Vehicle Services (Fund

Center 1500/157055) are increased by $1,112,258 in FY 2013-14 and

$1,334,710 in FY 2014-15, and will partially offset costs incurred for credit/debit transactions. Receipts budgeted within General Services

(Fund Center 1500/157030) are increased by $2,358,157.

27

Inspection Program

Increases funding to support the costs of administering the Inspection

Program per the elimination of the Inspection Program Account and

Telecommunications Account. Receipt-supported functions are converted to Highway Fund appropriation. Recurring funding for the

Inspection Program (Fund Center 1500/150054) is increased by

$8,964,895, for a total Program budget of $12,158,854 recurring.

Receipts budgeted for split-funded positions within the License and

Theft Bureau (Fund Center 1500/157060) are reduced by $6,475,642.

Intermodal

28

Aviation Division - State Aid to Airports

Reduces funding for grants to airports to $20.0 million recurring, a reduction of $2,311,031 from the FY 2012-13 Certified Budget.

Amounts shown represent adjustments relative to the Continuation

Budget for the 2013-15 fiscal biennium, in accordance with the repeal of G.S. 136-16.4.

29

Public Transportation Division - High Point Furniture Market

Increases assistance for transit services associated with the High

Point Furniture Market to $1.2 million recurring.

($3,470,415)

$15,440,537

$31,627

$200,000

Highway Fund

R

R

R

R

FY 14-15

($3,692,867)

R

$15,440,537

R

$2,128,306

R

$200,000

R

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

FY 13-14

30

Ferry Division - Operating Efficiencies

Reduces funding for Ferry Division operations by 2%, as recommended in the Governor's Budget.

31

Ferry Division - Tolling

Reduces budgeted toll receipts by $2.5 million recurring pursuant to

Section 34.13.

32

Ferry Division - Spoil Site Capacity

Appropriates nonrecurring funds to re-establish capacity at spoil sites at Fort Fisher ($100,000), Southport ($150,000), Cherry Branch

($400,000), and Swan Quarter ($500,000), as recommended in the

Governor's Budget.

33

Rail Division - Operations

Reduces funding for Rail Division programs by 2%, as recommended in the Governor's Budget.

34

Rail Division - Infrastructure Assistance Programs

Eliminates funding for the Rail Industrial Access Program and Short

Line Infrastructure Assistance Program. Eligible projects may qualify for funding through the Freight Rail and Rail Crossing Safety

Improvement Fund and Strategic Prioritization Funding Plan for

Transportation Investments.

35

Rail Division - Freight Rail & Rail Crossing Safety

Improvement Fund

Establishes the Freight Rail & Rail Crossing Safety Improvement Fund to support the enhancement of freight rail service and railroad-roadway crossing safety improvements, including projects which improve access to industrial, port, and military facilities. Appropriates $19.2 million in FY 2013-14 and $3.75 million in FY 2014-15 to the Fund from receipts derived from dividend payments issued by the North Carolina

Railroad Company. In addition, $2,682,292 recurring is appropriated to the Fund from department-wide administrative savings.

36

Division of Bicycle & Pedestrian Transportation - Planning

Grants

Eliminates funding for the Regional Bicycle Planning Grant Program.

($820,763)

$2,500,000

$1,150,000

($424,023)

($269,000)

$6,382,292

$15,500,000

($379,447)

R

R

NR

R

R

R

NR

R

Maintenance

37

Primary System

Reduces funding for the Primary System Maintenance Program, leaving $148,730,880 in FY 2013-14 and $146,380,880 in FY 2014-15.

38

Secondary Road Maintenance and Improvement Program

Reduces funding to the Secondary Road Maintenance and

Improvement Program, leaving $268,378,374 in FY 2013-14 and

$266,028,374 in FY 2014-15.

($14,621,939)

($14,621,939)

R

R

FY 14-15

($820,763)

R

$2,500,000

R

($424,023)

R

($269,000)

R

$6,432,292

R

($379,447)

R

($16,971,939)

R

($16,971,939)

R

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

FY 13-14

39

System Preservation

Reduces funding for the System Preservation Program, consistent with new revenue estimates and G.S. 119-18(b).

40

Reserve for General Maintenance

Increases funding for the Reserve for General Maintenance, as recommended in the Governor's Budget. Budgeted funds total

$89,790,226 for FY 2013-14 and $45,560,850 for FY 2014-15.

41

Contract Resurfacing

Increases funding for the Contract Resurfacing Program. Budgeted funds total $433,462,800 for FY 2013-14 and $402,423,088 for FY

2014-15.

42

System Preservation

Increases funding for the System Preservation Program. Budgeted funds total $179,599,774 for FY 2013-14 and $153,008,350 for FY

2014-15.

($500,000)

$51,989,914

$140,588,396

$17,989,751

$100,771,279

Reserves

43

Severance Expenditure Reserve

Provides funding for severance salary continuation payments and health benefit coverage under the State Health Plan for employees reduced-in-force. Receipts for the positions eliminated in the

Preconstruction and Technical Services units total $415,755 in FY

2013-14 and $435,630 in FY 2014-15.

44

State Retirement System Contributions

Increases the State's contribution to the Teachers' and State

Employees' Retirement System for the 2013-15 biennium to fund the

Annual Required Contribution.

45

State Health Plan

Provides additional funding needed to increase the employer premium contribution by 3.5% each January 1 of the biennium. This rate of increase is projected to be sufficient to meet the Plan's needs through calendar year 2017 after the Board of Trustees adopts additional plan changes described in the bill.

46

Provides funding for a compensation adjustment reserve for FY 2014-

15.

Compensation Adjustment Reserve

47

Reserve for Future Benefit Needs

Creates a reserve for increased contributions to existing employee benefits programs.

$1,121,000

$1,700,000

R

R

R

NR

R

R

R

FY 14-15

($1,400,000)

R

$7,760,538

R

$127,538,435

R

$74,779,855

R

$1,121,000

R

$5,100,000

R

$4,482,031

R

$1,745,000

R

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

48

Reserve for Pending Legislation

Creates a reserve to fund the following House bills should they be enacted into law:

-HB 675 - $5,000 in FY 2013-14 and $10,000 in FY 2014-15 for the

Highway Fund portion (4%) of the total impact on the State Health Plan from changes in the Pharmacy Laws.

-HB 498 - $45,000 in FY 2013-14 and $130,000 in FY 2014-15 for the

Highway Fund portion (4%) of the total impact on the State Health Plan from changes in autism health insurance coverage.

Transfers

49

Department of Public Instruction - Driver Education Program

Reduces appropriated transfers to the Department of Public Instruction based on the revised forecast for 9th grade Average Daily Membership

(ADM), as recommended in the Governor's Budget. Transfers total

$27,222,628 in FY 2013-14 and $27,788,472 in FY 2014-15.

FY 13-14

$50,000

R

($625,322)

R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 14-15

$140,000

R

($595,583)

R

$266,956,526

$87,414,149

-44.00

R

NR

$2,050,567,799

$191,095,770

$32,772,271

-44.00

R

NR

$1,916,190,500

Highway Fund Page K 8

House Subcommittee on Transportation

Highway Trust Fund

Recommended Budget

Legislative Changes

Administration

50

Administration

Eliminates the statutory adjustment to Administration and holds funding at the FY 2012-13 certified budget amount.

Aid to Municipalities

51

Aid to Municipalities

Eliminates the Highway Trust Fund allocation to the Aid to

Municipalities program and transfers funds to the Strategic

Prioritization Program. The Highway Fund allocation to the Aid to

Municipalities program is increased to hold municipalities harmless over a five-year period.

Construction

52

Strategic Prioritization Program

Appropriates funding for highway and intermodal capital projects funded through the Highway Trust Fund per the new Strategic

Prioritization Funding Plan for Transportation Investments.

53

Intrastate System

Eliminates the Intrastate System program and transfers funds to the

Strategic Prioritization Program.

54

Mobility Fund

Eliminates the Mobility Fund program and transfers funds to the

Strategic Prioritization Program.

55

Secondary Roads

Eliminates the Secondary Road program and transfers funds to the

Strategic Prioritization Program.

56

Urban Loops

Eliminates the Urban Loops program and transfers funds to the

Strategic Prioritization Program.

HIGHWAY TRUST

FUND

FY 13-14

$1,118,600,000

FY 14-15

$1,152,000,000

($8,008,320)

R

($56,072,216)

R

$931,539,030

R

($9,611,520)

R

($58,054,337)

R

$950,101,672

R

($515,520,933)

R

($530,210,557)

R

($58,000,000)

R

($78,972,723)

R

($58,000,000)

R

($86,253,540)

R

($164,864,838)

R

($191,571,718)

R

Highway Trust Fund Page K 9

House Subcommittee on Transportation

FY 13-14

Turnpike Authority

57

Gap Funding

Eliminates gap funding in the amounts of $35 million for the Garden

Parkway and $28 million for the Mid-Currituck Bridge projects. The projects are eligible to compete for funding based on the prioritization process established under the Strategic Prioritization Funding Plan for

Transportation Improvements.

($63,000,000)

R

($12,900,000) R

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget $1,105,700,000

FY 14-15

($63,000,000)

R

($46,600,000) R

$1,105,400,000

Highway Trust Fund Page K 10

House Subcommittee on Transportation

Turnpike Authority

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

Departmental Staffing Efficiencies

Eliminates two vacant receipt-supported positions within the Turnpike Authority. Recurring savings total

$153,884.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$0

$151,879,602

$151,879,602

22.00

($153,884)

$0

-2.00

R

NR

($153,884)

$0

-2.00

R

NR

Budget Code: 64208

FY 2014-15

$0

$1,404,739,602

$1,404,739,602

22.00

($153,884)

$0

-2.00

R

NR

($153,884)

$0

-2.00

R

NR

Receipts:

Departmental Staffing Efficiencies

Reduces budgeted receipts per the elimination of two vacant positions.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

($153,884)

$0

R

NR

($153,884)

$0

R

NR

($153,884)

$0

R

NR

($153,884)

$0

R

NR

Turnpike Authority

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House Subcommittee on Transportation

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

FY 2013-14

$151,725,718

$151,725,718

$0

20.00

$0

FY 2014-15

$1,404,585,718

$1,404,585,718

$0

20.00

$0

Turnpike Authority

Page K 12

RESERVES/

DEBT SERVICE/

ADJUSTMENTS

Section L

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House Appropriations Committee

Statewide Reserves

Recommended Budget

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

$756,149,861

Legislative Changes

A. Employee Benefits

1

Severance Expenditure Reserve

Provides funding for severance salary continuation payments and health benefits coverage under the State Health Plan for eligible employees who are reduced in force (RIF) during FY 2013-14. Any funds remaining in this reserve at the end of FY 2013-14 shall not revert and shall be used to pay severance salary continuation needs in

FY 2014-15.

2

Statewide Compensation Study

Establishes a reserve to fund a statewide compensation study by the

Office of State Personnel (OSP). OSP shall report the results of its study to the chairs of the Senate Appropriations/ Base Budget

Committee, the chairs of the House of Representatives Appropriations

Committee, and the Fiscal Research Division by May 1, 2014.

3

Salary Adjustment Fund

Appropriates funds to the Salary Adjustment Fund.

$7,500,000

$1,000,000

$10,000,000

NR

NR

R

4

Compensation Adjustment Reserve

Provides funding for a compensation adjustment reserve for FY 2014-

15.

5

State Retirement System Contributions

Increases the State’s contribution to the Teachers’ and State

Employees’ Retirement System for the 2013-15 biennium to fund the

Annual Required Contribution.

6

Judicial Retirement System Contributions

Increases the State’s contribution to the Consolidated Judicial

Retirement System for the 2013-15 biennium to fund the Annual

Required Contribution.

7

Highway Fund Retirement System Contributions

Increases the State’s contribution to the Teachers’ and State

Employees’ Retirement System for positions supported by the

Highway Fund by $1,121,000 for 2013-15 biennium to fund the Annual

Required Contribution. The increased expenditures appear in a corresponding item in the Transportation section of the Committee

$36,000,000

$1,000,000

R

R

FY 14-15

$756,149,861

$10,000,000

R

$160,000,000

R

$36,000,000

R

$1,000,000

R

Statewide Reserves Page L 1

House Appropriations Committee

FY 13-14

8

Reserve for Future Benefit Needs

Creates a General Fund reserve for increased contributions to existing employee benefits programs.

9

Highway Fund Reserve for Future Benefit Needs

Creates a Highway Fund reserve of $1,745,000 for increased contributions to existing employee benefits programs. Funds for the reserve appear in a corresponding item in the Transportation section of the Committee Report.

10

Firemen’s and Rescue Squad Workers’ Pension Fund

Reduces contributions to the Firemen’s and Rescue Squad Workers’

Pension Fund for the 2013-15 biennium to match the Annual Required

Contribution.

11

State Health Plan

Provides additional funding needed to increase employer premium contribution by 3.5% each January 1 of the biennium. This rate of increase is projected to be sufficient to meet the Plan's needs through calendar year 2017 after the Board of Trustees adopts additional plan changes described in the bill.

12

Highway Fund State Health Plan Contributions

Provides additional appropriation for positions funded through the

Highway Fund to increase employer premium contribution by 3.5% each January 1 of the biennium. The additional funding required from the Highway Fund is $1.7 million for FY 2013-14 and $5.1 million for

FY 2014-15. The increased expenditures appear in a corresponding item in the Transportation section of the Committee Report.

B. Other Reserves

13

Unemployment Insurance (UI) Reserve

Establishes a reserve for the requirements of S.L. 2013-2, UI Fund

Solvency and Program Changes. The Office of State Budget and

Management shall distribute the reserve to State agencies to partially fund the 1% UI reserve requirements for General Fund-supported employees and State-funded teachers.

14

Job Development Investment Grant Reserve

Increases funding for the Job Development Investment Grant (JDIG)

Reserve to meet projected needs for FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15.

Total funding in FY 2013-14 will be $51,823,772; total funding in FY

2014-15 will be $63,045,357.

15

NC GEAR

Establishes a statewide reserve in the Office of State Budget and

Management for the NC Government Efficiency and Reform (NC

GEAR) project.

($820,000)

$33,000,000

$23,800,000

$24,423,772

$2,000,000

R

R

NR

R

NR

FY 14-15

$56,400,000

R

($820,000)

R

$101,000,000

R

$13,600,000

NR

$35,645,357

R

$2,000,000

NR

Statewide Reserves Page L 2

House Appropriations Committee

FY 13-14

16

IT Reserve Fund

Provides additional funds for the Information Technology (IT) Reserve

Fund in the Office of the State Chief Information Officer. Additional information about these funds is provided in the IT section of this report.

17

Eugenics Sterilization Compensation Fund

Creates a fund to provide $50,000 for each verified victim of the

State's Eugenics Program, to continue the operations of the Justice for

Sterilization Victims Foundation, and to provide funds for administration.

18

NC Back-To-Work

Creates a reserve to continue funding for the NC Back-to-Work program in the Community College System. This is a retraining program focused on unemployed and underemployed North

Carolinians, military veterans, and North Carolina National Guard members.

19

Reserve for Pending Legislation

Creates a reserve to fund the following House bills should they be enacted into law:

-HB 473 - $150,000 for the Department of Insurance to regulate captive insurance companies.

-HB 675 - $100,000 in FY 2013-14 and $200,000 in FY 2014-15 for the

General Fund portion (80%) of the total impact on the State Health

Plan from changes in the Pharmacy Laws.

-HB 498 - $900,000 in FY 2013-14 and $2,600,000 in FY 2014-15 for the General Fund portion (80%) of the total impact on the State Health

Plan from changes in autism health insurance coverage.

-HB 269 - $3,670,500 in FY 2013-14 and $4,341,000 in FY 2014-15 for the State Education Assistance Authority and the Department of Public

Instruction to implement the bill.

-HB 998 - $4,500,000 in FY 2013-14 and $4,500,000 in FY 2014-15 for the Department of Revenue to implement changes from the Tax

Simplification and Reduction Act.

20

Disaster Relief Reserve

Appropriates funds to the Disaster Relief Reserve.

$5,635,000

$21,365,000

$10,000,000

$10,000,000

$9,170,500

$150,000

$10,000,000

R

NR

NR

NR

R

NR

NR

C. Debt Service

21

Debt Service Adjustment

Adjusts debt service appropriations based on updated cash flow requirements.

($34,949,705)

R

FY 14-15

$7,820,000

$24,180,000

R

NR

$11,641,000

R

($18,648,784)

R

Statewide Reserves Page L 3

House Appropriations Committee

Total Legislative Changes

Total Position Changes

Revised Budget

FY 13-14

FY 14-15

$83,459,567

$85,815,000

R

NR

$400,037,573

$39,780,000

R

NR

$925,424,428 $1,195,967,434

Statewide Reserves Page L 4

House Appropriations Committee

State Health Plan (Administration)

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

FY 2013-14

$5

$195,380,187

$195,380,187

46.00

Medical Benefits/Claims Processing Contract

Adjusts the budgeted amounts for Third Party

Administrative Services contracts based on newly effective contracts, changes in membership, and ongoing administrative services.

Pharmacy Benefits Management (PBM) Contract

Adjusts the budgeted amount for the PBM contract based on anticipated contractual costs, changes in membership, and administrative services provided by the PBM. Reflects a full year of the Employer Group

Waiver Plan (EGWP) in FY 2013-14.

Disease & Case Management Contracts

Adjusts the budgeted amount for Population Health

Management Services contracts based on anticipated contractual costs, changes in membership, and on-going disease and case management services.

Wellness Initiatives and Programs

Adjusts the budgeted amount for Wellness Initiatives contracts based on on-going contracts, programs, and initiatives and reflecting the expiration of some contracts.

($19,507,650)

$0

0.00

R

NR

($3,020,918)

$0

0.00

$1,830,916

$0

0.00

($177,425)

$0

0.00

R

NR

R

NR

R

NR

Budget Code: 28410

FY 2014-15

$5

$195,380,187

$195,380,187

46.00

($15,997,012)

$0

0.00

R

NR

($11,804,511)

$0

0.00

R

NR

$2,808,916

$0

0.00

R

NR

($379,250)

$0

0.00

R

NR

Department of State Treasurer

Page L 5

House Appropriations Committee

Other Administrative Costs

Adjusts the budgeted amounts for the Plan's other administrative costs to reflect increased member communications due to plan design changes, enhanced auditing efforts, and anticipated adjustments to contractual costs due to inflation and membership changes. Reflects the transitional reinsurance fee under the federal Affordable Care

Act in FY 2014-15.

Department Overhead Allocation

Directs the Office of State Budget and Management to create a new fund code for the Department of

State Treasurer core services allocation. The amounts in other fund codes may only be used for purposes directly related to the administration of the

State Health Plan.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$6,841,519

$0

0.00

R

NR

$1,100,000

$0

0.00

R

NR

($12,933,558)

$0

0.00

R

NR

Receipts:

Adjust Transfers from Trust Funds

Adjusts the amount of transfer from the Plan's health benefit trust fund budget codes to support administrative costs authorized for the 2013-15 fiscal biennium.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Unappropriated Balance Remaining

($12,933,558)

$0

R

NR

($12,933,558)

$0

R

NR

$182,446,629

$182,446,629

$0

46.00

$5

Department of State Treasurer

FY 2014-15

$41,043,218

$0

0.00

R

NR

$1,100,000

$0

0.00

R

NR

$16,771,361

$0

0.00

R

NR

$16,771,361

$0

R

NR

$16,771,361

$0

R

NR

$212,151,548

$212,151,548

$0

46.00

$5

Page L 6

CAPITAL

Section M

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House Appropriations Committee

Capital

GENERAL FUND

FY 13-14

FY 14-15

A. Department of Administration

1

Division of Veterans Affairs - Sandhills State Veterans

Cemetery

Appropriates $125,000 to construct an enclosed committal structure for the Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery in Spring Lake, NC. The funding will match contributions from non-State entities. The total cost of the project is $300,000.

B. Department of Environment and Natural Resources

2

Water Resources

Provides funds for the State's share of Water Resource Development

Projects. Funds will provide a State match for $39.5 million in federal funds and $9.3 million in local funds in FY 2013-14. The projects are specified in a special provision.

C. Department of Public Safety

3

Samarkand Training Facility

Converts the vacant Division of Juvenile Justice Youth Development

Center into an overnight Department of Public Safety training facility.

4

Armory and Facility Development Projects

Appropriates $8.25 million in State funds over the fiscal biennium to expand and renovate National Guard Armories and Facilities located throughout the State. These funds will match $21 million in federal funds. The projects are specified in a special provision.

D. University of North Carolina

5

Appalachian State University - Health Sciences Building

Funds advance planning for Appalachian State University’s College of

Nursing and Health Sciences Building. The 200,000 sq. ft. facility will be constructed in association with the Watauga Medical Center.

Planning funds for this project were originally appropriated in S.L. 2008-

107 but were reverted by the Governor to cover the FY 2008-09 budgetary shortfall. The project is estimated to cost $80.2 million.

6

University of North Carolina - Asheville - Land Purchases

Appropriates funds for the University of North Carolina - Asheville for land purchases to allow for the long-term growth and expansion of the campus consistent with the strategic plans of the campus and the

Board of Governors.

$125,000

NR

$13,522,000

NR

$5,250,000

$5,000,000

$2,000,000

$2,000,000

NR

NR

NR

NR

Capital

$5,173,000

NR

$3,250,000

NR

$2,000,000

NR

Page M 1

House Appropriations Committee

Total Appropriation to Capital

FY 13-14

FY 14-15

$27,897,000

NR

$10,423,000

NR

Capital Page M 2

INFORMATION

TECHNOLOGY

SERVICES

Section N

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Information Technology Reserve Fund

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

Adjustment to IT Reserve

Adjusts Information Technology Reserve requirements to reflect the availability of funding by reducing requirements to reflect receipts. This includes delaying the hiring of two IT managers and one IT professional responsible for planning until second year ($450,000), delaying the hiring of five IT analysts responsible for the build function until the second year ($550,000), delaying network simplification until the second year, reducing MS

Office by $3,600,000 in FY 2013-2014, eliminating funding of $400,000 in FY 2013-2014, and eliminating $3 million for secure sign-on.

Prepare/Focus (Strategic Plan)

Provides $250,000 in FY 2013-14 to allow the State

Chief Information Officer (CIO) to develop a new strategic plan that can be consistently implemented across State agencies, using a cross-agency working group to assess Statewide needs and formulate a plan. To support this effort, the State CIO will retain consultants with public and private sector expertise and estimates a requirement for 1,250 hours of support at $200 per hour.

FY 2013-14

$0

$35,000,000

$27,000,000

0.00

($2,700,000)

($5,300,000)

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Budget Code: 00000

FY 2014-15

$0

$32,000,000

$32,000,000

0.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Information Technology

Page N 1

House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Plan (Enterprise Architecture)

Provides the State CIO with funding of $1,570,806 in

FY 2013-14 and $2,239,512 in FY 2014-15 to hire personnel with the skills necessary to ensure that the

State has an enterprise architecture that can be used as the basis for planning Statewide IT support and integrating agency requirements. As part of this effort, a consistent, detailed business case development process will be created that is based on best practices and ensures that the State acquires the best support at the lowest cost. To facilitate this process, the State CIO plans to recruit personnel with the necessary expertise. These will include the following:

1 IT Executive

4 IT Managers (2 hired in FY 2014-15)

11 IT Professionals (6 hired 10/01/2013) (1 hired in

FY 2014-15)

Build (Project Management)

Provides funding of $1,507,353 in FY 2013-14 and

$2,882,254 in FY 2014-15 to allow the State CIO to hire staff with the skills required to create and deploy a development model for Cabinet agencies that will assist them in defining software requirements and require standard methodologies for project management and system development. The State

CIO has projected the following staffing requirements:

1 IT Executive

3 IT Managers (1 to be hired 10/01/2013, 1 to be hired 01/01/2014)

14 IT Analysts (6 to be hired 10/1/2013, 5 to be hired

01/01/2014)

8 IT Analysts for 2014 (1 to be hired 10/01/2014, 1 to be hired 01/01/2015)

Remediation (Equipment Relocation)

Provides the State CIO with funding to move information technology equipment from substandard facilities to State data centers. The associated costs are estimated as follows:

Vendor support of $300,000 in FY 2013-2014

Equipment costs of $800,000 in FY 2013-14 &

$600,000 in FY 2014-15

FY 2013-14

$0

$0

13.00

R

NR

$0

$0

18.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

FY 2014-15

$0

$0

16.00

R

NR

$0

$0

26.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Information Technology

Page N 2

House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Security

Ensures that State agencies are meeting IT security requirements by providing nonrecurring funding of

$1,500,000 in FY 2013-14 and $250,000 in FY 2014-

15 to allow the State CIO to conduct an assessment of their current status, then implement improvements based on identified shortfalls. To accomplish this, the services of an outside consultant will be required. The State CIO has also identified shortfalls in the IT Security staff and requires an additional IT security specialist, to be hired in January 2014, with an annual salary and benefits totaling $142,788.

Network Simplification

Provides nonrecurring funding of $5,250,000 in FY

2014-15 to allow for the upgrade, simplification, and modernization of the State's internal IT infrastructure to accommodate current technology. Applications will also be upgraded.

Desktop Remediation

Provides nonrecurring funding of $16,000,000 in FY

2013-14 and $13,300,000 in FY 2014-15 for the replacement of obsolete computers and applications.

MS Office

Provides $2,300,000 in FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15, as well as nonrecurring funding of $1,715,000 in FY

2013-14 to update approximately 50,000 agency software licenses to meet current standards.

Operate (Standards and Measures)

Allows the State CIO to establish consistent, comparable IT standards and measures. To accomplish this, the State CIO has requested funding of $185,446 in FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15 for an IT

Executive to be responsible for managing the delivery of IT services for State agencies. To enable this executive to standardize IT, the State CIO will engage the services of a consultant with nonrecurring funding of $800,000 in FY 2013-2014 and $500,000 in FY 2014-2015.

Customer Data

Facilitates the State CIO developing a standard State policy regarding access to and use of data held by the State, using the services of a consultant at the nonrecurring cost of $1 million in FY 2014-2015.

FY 2013-14

$0

$0

1.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

1.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Information Technology

FY 2014-15

$0

$0

1.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

1.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Secure Sign-On

Provides recurring funding of $70,000 and nonrecurring funding of $3,280,000 in FY 2014-15 for the upgrade of the State's identity management system to accommodate increasing security requirements for anyone accessing certain types of data.

Innovation Center

Creates an innovation center to encourage collaboration between State agencies, institutions of higher learning, citizens, and the private sector to create information technology solutions with potential benefit to the State and anyone using government services.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

($2,700,000)

($5,300,000)

33.00

R

NR

FY 2014-15

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

44.00

R

NR

Receipts:

Information Technology Reserve Receipts

Sets IT Reserve receipts at $27,000,000 in appropriations for FY 2013-14 and $32,000,000 for

FY 2014-15.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Ending Unreserved Fund Balance

FY 2013-14

$27,000,000

$27,000,000

$0

33.00

$0

FY 2014-15

$32,000,000

$32,000,000

$0

44.00

$0

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Information Technology Internal Service Fund

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

Information Technology Internal Service Fund

Provides funding for the Office of Information

Technology Services. For FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-

15, the Fund is limited to $190 million.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

$16,656,521

$190,000,000

$190,000,000

507.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

Budget Code: 74660

FY 2014-15

$16,656,521

$190,000,000

$190,000,000

507.00

$0

$0

0.00

$0

$0

0.00

R

NR

R

NR

Receipts:

IT Internal Service Fund Receipts

Limits receipts for SFY 2013-14 and 2014-15 to

$190 million each year.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

Information Technology

$0

$0

R

NR

$0

$0

R

NR

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Ending Unreserved Fund Balance

FY 2013-14

$190,000,000

$190,000,000

$0

507.00

$16,656,521

FY 2014-15

$190,000,000

$190,000,000

$0

507.00

$16,656,521

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Information Technology Fund

Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance

Recommended Budget

Requirements

Receipts

Positions

Legislative Changes

Requirements:

Criminal Justice Information Network

Provides $189,563 in each year of the biennium to the Criminal Justice Information Network (CJIN).

The CJIN is a statewide criminal justice infrastructure that allows the sharing of information between State and local criminal justice agencies.

Center for Geographic Information and Analysis

Provides $495,338 in each year of the biennium for the Center for Geographic Information and Analysis

(CGIA). The CGIA is the lead agency for geographic information systems (GIS) services and GIS coordination for North Carolina. CGIA provides GIS services to State and local governments as well as the private sector.

Enterprise Security Risk Management Office

Reduces funding for Enterprise Security Risk

Management to 2011-2013 levels, leaving $864,148

(recurring) for each year of the biennium. The

Enterprise Security and Risk Management Office

(ESRMO) is responsible for the development, delivery and maintenance of an information security and risk management program that safeguards the

State's information assets and the supporting infrastructure against unauthorized use, disclosure, modification, damage, or loss.

FY 2013-14

$0

$6,053,142

$6,053,142

33.00

R

NR

R

NR

($248,746) R

NR

Budget Code: 24667

FY 2014-15

$2,200

$6,053,142

$6,053,142

33.00

R

NR

R

NR

($248,746) R

NR

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Enterprise Project Management Office

Reduces funding for the Enterprise Project

Management Office (EPMO) to 2011-13 levels, leaving $1,473,285 for FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15.

The EPMO was established to improve the management of IT projects in State government.

Architecture and Engineering

Reduces funding for the Office of Enterprise

Architecture to 2011-2013 levels, providing $851,986 for FY 2013-14 and FY 2014-15. The Office acts as a strategic planner and architect for the State's IT programs and is responsible for formulating and advancing a vision for those programs.

State Web Site

Provides funding of $224,741 for FY 2013-14 and FY

2014-15 to support the operation and maintenance of the State's web site.

Enterprise Licenses

Provides funding of $33,000 for FY 2013-14 and FY

2014-15 for enterprise license agreements.

Enterprise license agreements support multiple agencies' IT projects and applications.

Consolidation

Provides recurring funding totaling $2,054,812 for each year of the biennium, and nonrecurring funding of $1,582,485 in FY 2013-2014 and $3 million in FY

2014-2015 to consolidate agency infrastructure and applications.

Electronic Forms and Digital Signatures

Provides funding to continue the State's effort to develop and enterprise electronic forms and digital signatures capability.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

FY 2013-14

($219,116) R

NR

($48,354)

R

NR

R

NR

R

NR

$1,033,731

$1,582,485

0.00

R

NR

$900,000

R

NR

$1,417,515

$1,582,485

0.00

R

NR

FY 2014-15

($219,116) R

NR

($48,354)

R

NR

$1,033,731

$3,000,000

0.00

R

NR

$900,000

R

NR

$1,417,515

$3,000,000

0.00

R

NR

R

NR

R

NR

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House Subcommittee on Information Technology

Receipts:

Interest

Accounts for interest generated by the Information

Technology Fund during FY 2012-13 and 2013-14.

Funding for Consolidation

Provides additional funding to continue the consolidation of State infrastructure and applications by the State Chief Information Officer.

Subtotal Legislative Changes

Revised Total Requirements

Revised Total Receipts

Change in Fund Balance

Total Positions

Ending Unreserved Fund Balance

FY 2013-14

$2,200

$0

R

NR

$1,417,515

$1,582,485

R

NR

$1,419,715

$1,582,485

R

NR

$9,053,142

$9,055,342

$2,200

33.00

$2,200

FY 2014-15

$2,200

$0

R

NR

$1,417,515

$3,000,000

R

NR

$1,419,715

$3,000,000

R

NR

$10,470,657

$10,472,857

$2,200

33.00

$4,400

Information Technology

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