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THE JOINT CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT ON THE BASE, CAPITAL AND EXPANSION BUDGETS House Bill 1030 North Carolina General Assembly June 27, 2016 [This page intentionally blank.] Table of Contents General
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THE JOINT CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT ON THE BASE, CAPITAL AND EXPANSION BUDGETS House Bill 1030 North Carolina General Assembly June 27, 2016 [This page intentionally blank.] Table of Contents General Fund Availability Statement 1 Summary: General Fund Appropriations 2 Education Public Education F-1 Community Colleges F-11 UNC System F-17 Health and Human Services G-1 Agriculture and Natural and Economic Resources Agriculture and Consumer Services H-1 Labor H-9 Environmental Quality H-14 Wildlife Resources Commission H-26 Commerce H-32 Commerce State Aid H-39 Natural and Cultural Resources H-43 Natural and Cultural Resources - Roanoke Island Commission H-55 Justice and Public Safety Public Safety I-1 Justice I-10 Judicial Indigent Defense I-15 Judicial I-20 General Government Department of Military and Veterans Affairs J-1 Office of Administrative Hearings J-6 Department of State Treasurer J-10 Fire and Rescue National Guard Pensions J-15 Department of Insurance J-19 State Board of Elections J-28 General Assembly J-32 Office of the Governor J-39 Office of the Governor Special J-43 Office of State Budget and Management J-47 Office of State Budget and Management Special J-53 Office of the State Auditor J-60 Housing Finance Agency J-65 Secretary of State J-69 Lieutenant Governor J-74 Department of Administration J-78 Department of Revenue J-87 Office of State Controller J-95 Transportation K-1 Reserves, Debt Service, and Adjustments L-1 Capital M-1 Information Technology N-1 [This page intentionally blank.] General Fund Availability Statement [This page intentionally blank.] General Fund Availability Statement FY Unappropriated Balance 175,488,544 2 Over Collections FY ,200,000 3 Reversions FY ,815,473 4 Earmarkings of Year End Fund Balance: 5 Savings Reserve (473,616,801) 6 Repairs and Renovations (81,400,000) 7 Beginning Unreserved Fund Balance 371,487, Revenues Based on Existing Tax Structure 21,417,800, Non-tax Revenues 12 Investment Income 37,500, Judicial Fees 242,600, Disproportionate Share 147,000, Insurance 77,000, Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) 127,400, Other Non-tax Revenues 178,700, Subtotal Non-tax Revenues 810,200, Adjustment for Medicaid Transformation Fund (S.L ) (150,000,000) Total General Fund Availability 22,449,487, Adjustments to Availability: 2016 Session 25 Individual Income Tax - Increase Standard Deduction (145,000,000) 26 Sales Tax - Exempt Styrofoam Pellets for Alternative Wastewater System Materials (1,000,000) 27 Sales Tax - Limit Repair and Maintenance Tax on Airplanes and Boats (Direct Pay Option) (500,000) 28 Sales Tax - Repeal Automotive Service Contracts (RMI Services Taxable) (1,600,000) 29 Sales Tax - Modify Base on RMI - Removes Retail/Non-retail Distinction, Applies Capital Improvement Test 22,400, Sales Tax - Elimination of State Contribution to Local Sales Tax Distribution 17,600, Mill Machinery Tax - Expand 1%/$80 rate to Secondary and Precious Metal Recyclers, Metal Fabricators, and Ports (6,000,000) 32 Adjustment for Transfer from Treasurer's Office 517, Adjustment for Transfer from Insurance Regulatory Fund 2,532, Adjustment for Transfer from NCGA Special Fund 3,000, Subtotal Adjustments to Availability: 2016 Session (108,049,626) Revised General Fund Availability 22,341,437, Less General Fund Appropriations (22,341,437,590) Unappropriated Balance Remaining 0 1 [This page intentionally blank.] Summary: General Fund Appropriations [This page intentionally blank.] Summary of General Fund Appropriations Fiscal Year Legislative Session Legislative Changes Revised Enacted Budget Recurring Nonrecurring FTE Appropriation Changes Changes Changes Changes Education: Community Colleges 1,065,895,520 (8,158,427) 38,253,619 30,095, ,095,990,712 Public Education 8,419,444, ,071,120 83,859, ,930, ,733,375,580 University System 2,683,307,927 92,719,978 76,260, ,980, ,852,288,121 Total Education 12,168,648, ,632, ,373, ,006, ,681,654,413 Health and Human Services: Central Management and Support 130,033,253 8,461, ,461 8,942, ,976,022 Aging and Adult Services 43,815, ,395 19, , ,624,658 Blind and Deaf / Hard of Hearing Services 8,173,207 64,783 26,870 91, ,264,860 Child Development and Early Education 243,033,976 6,136,602 (12,812,385) (6,675,783) ,358,193 Health Service Regulation 16,110, , , , ,579,926 Medical Assistance 3,916,237,272 (302,373,244) (7,951,678) (310,324,922) ,605,912,350 Mental Health, Dev. Disabilities, & Sub. Abuse Services 537,861,308 14,435,912 10,737,904 25,173, ,035,124 NC Health Choice 746,758 (4,611,877) 4,962, , ,097,589 Public Health 148,298,428 2,281,537 17,356,689 19,638, ,936,654 Social Services 185,533,263 (309,220) 14,679,433 14,370, ,903,476 Vocational Rehabilitation 37,752, , , , ,208,649 Total Health and Human Services 5,267,595,608 (274,543,210) 27,845,103 (246,698,107) ,020,897,501 Justice and Public Safety: Public Safety 1,847,365,626 40,663,119 20,486,612 61,149,731 (17.00) 1,908,515,357 Judicial Department 484,126,321 19,673,179 7,970,544 27,643, ,770,044 Judicial - Indigent Defense 116,629,964 2,184,842 4,356,503 6,541, ,171,309 Justice 52,715,592 1,228,150 4,312,286 5,540, ,256,028 Total Justice and Public Safety 2,500,837,503 63,749,290 37,125, ,875,235 (9.00) 2,601,712,738 Agriculture and Natural and Economic Resources: Agriculture and Consumer Services 116,955,773 1,865,766 7,707,064 9,572, ,528,603 Commerce 57,596,128 1,113,229 19,207,619 20,320, ,916,976 Commerce - State Aid 18,055, , , , ,705,810 Environmental Quality 82,429,609 80,161 19,686,915 19,767,076 (4.00) 102,196,685 Natural and Cultural Resources 169,289,403 1,778,766 12,939,921 14,718, ,008,090 Natural and Cultural Resources - Roanoke Island 523, ,384 Labor 15,822, , , ,430 (1.00) 16,120,665 Wildlife Resources Commission 10,023, , , , ,329,104 Total Agriculture, Natural and Economic Resources 470,695,838 5,552,726 60,080,753 65,633, ,329,317 2 Summary of General Fund Appropriations Fiscal Year Legislative Session Legislative Changes Revised Enacted Budget Recurring Nonrecurring FTE Appropriation Changes Changes Changes Changes General Government: Administration 58,664,485 1,483,147 3,922,160 5,405, ,069,792 Auditor 12,004, , , , ,505,850 General Assembly 57,009,051 5,880,143 1,926,673 7,806, ,815,867 Governor 5,566,174 71,196 36, , ,673,422 Governor - Special Projects 2,000, ,000,313 Housing Finance Agency 25,660, ,000,000 5,000, ,660,000 Insurance 38,355, ,692 1,674,810 2,532, ,887,748 Lieutenant Governor 677,972 20,384 5,253 25, ,609 Military and Veterans Affairs 7,806, ,632 44, , ,019,601 Office of Administrative Hearings 5,143,413 68,598 34, , ,246,709 Revenue 80,457,679 1,024, ,238 1,891, ,348,830 Secretary of State 11,750, ,216 82, , ,629,608 State Board of Elections 6,513,363 77,707 39, , ,630,375 State Budget and Management 7,531, ,157 54, , ,972,171 State Budget and Management - Special 2,000, ,000 20,200,000 20,700, ,700,000 State Controller 22,726, , , , ,087,392 Treasurer - Operations 10,348,384 (141,698) 460, , ,667,392 Fire Rescue National Guard Pensions & LDD Benefits 21,691,299 5,197, ,197, ,889,281 Total General Government 375,906,600 16,877,827 34,723,533 51,601, ,507,960 Department of Information Technology 0 43,199,048 98,881 43,297, ,297,929 Statewide Reserves and Debt Service: Debt Service: Interest / Redemption 701,849,215 1,253, ,253, ,102,238 Federal Reimbursement 1,616, ,000,000 38,000, ,616,380 Subtotal Debt Service 703,465,595 1,253,023 38,000,000 39,253, ,718,618 Statewide Reserves: Contingency and Emergency Fund 5,000, ,000,000 Compensation Bonus Reserve - Executive Branch ,103,159 28,103, ,103,159 Salary Adjustment Reserve 25,000, ,000,000 OSHR Minimum of Market Reserve 12,000,000 (12,000,000) 0 (12,000,000) Reserve for Future Benefit Needs 71,000,000 (867,331) 0 (867,331) ,132,669 Workers' Compensation Reserve 21,500, ,500,543 3 Summary of General Fund Appropriations Fiscal Year Legislative Session Legislative Changes Revised Enacted Budget Recurring Nonrecurring FTE Appropriation Changes Changes Changes Changes Information Technology Reserve 21,320,843 (21,320,843) 0 (21,320,843) Information Technology Fund 21,681,854 (21,681,854) 0 (21,681,854) Job Development Investment Grants (JDIG) 71,728,126 0 (10,000,000) (10,000,000) ,728,126 One North Carolina Fund 9,000,000 0 (417,883) (417,883) ,582,117 Film and Entertainment Grant Fund 30,000, ,000,000 Pending Legislation Reserve 0 1,000, ,000 1,200, ,200,000 Public Schools Average Daily Membership (ADM) 107,000,000 (107,000,000) 0 (107,000,000) UNC System Enrollment Growth Reserve 31,000,000 (31,000,000) 0 (31,000,000) State Emergency Response and Disaster Relief Fund ,000,000 10,000, ,000,000 Subtotal Statewide Reserves 426,231,366 (192,870,028) 27,885,276 (164,984,752) ,246,614 Total Reserves and Debt Service 1,129,696,961 (191,617,005) 65,885,276 (125,731,729) ,003,965,232 Total General Fund for Operations 21,913,380,578 (22,148,653) 424,133, ,984, ,315,365,090 Capital Improvements Armory and Facility Development Projects 5,087,500 0 (69,000) (69,000) ,018,500 NC National Guard Helipad Planning ,000 69, ,000 Wilkes County Armory Supplement , , ,000 Agriculture and Consumer Services Horse Stables , , ,000 Water Resources Development Projects 0 0 6,270,000 6,270, ,270,000 Dupont State Recreational Forest Construction Projects 0 0 3,000,000 3,000, ,000,000 Camp Butner Land Buffer , , ,000 NCSU Engineering Building 1,000, ,000,000 Western School of Medicine/UNC School of Medicine 0 0 8,000,000 8,000, ,000,000 UNC-Asheville Land Acquisition 0 0 2,000,000 2,000, ,000,000 Total Capital Improvements 6,087, ,985,000 19,985, ,072,500 Total General Fund Budget 21,919,468,078 (22,148,653) 444,118, ,969, ,341,437,590 4 [This page intentionally blank.] Education Section F [This page intentionally blank.] Public Education Budget Code General Fund Budget FY Enacted Budget Requirements $12,647,946,284 Receipts $4,228,501,663 Appropriation $8,419,444,621 Legislative Changes Requirements $371,247,337 Receipts $57,316,378 Appropriation $313,930,959 Revised Budget Requirements $13,019,193,621 Receipts $4,285,818,041 Appropriation $8,733,375,580 General Fund FTE Enacted Budget 1, Legislative Changes 2.00 Revised Budget 1, Public Education Page F 1 Summary of General Fund Appropriations Fiscal Year Legislative Session Public Education Budget Code Enacted Budget Legislative Changes Revised Budget Fund Code Fund Name Requirements Receipts Appropriation Requirements Receipts Appropriation Requirements Receipts Appropriation 1000 DPI - Executive and Administrative Functions 8,458,379 4,146,166 4,312, , ,000 8,598,379 4,146,166 4,452, DPI - Education Innovations - 21st Century Schools 1,477, ,377 1,282, ,477, ,377 1,282, DPI - Assistance to Districts and Schools 29,109,628 22,780,817 6,328, ,109,628 22,780,817 6,328, DPI - Financial and Business Services 1,363, , , ,363, , , DPI - Student and School Support Services 16,757,832 13,068,135 3,689, ,757,832 13,068,135 3,689, Office of Early Learning 77,194,067 69,494,475 7,699, ,194,067 69,494,475 7,699, NC Center for the Advancement of Teaching 3,299, ,299, ,299, ,299, K-3 Assessment 2,748,986 2,748, ,748,986 2,748, DPI - Technology Services 11,333,967 3,668,123 7,665, ,333,967 3,668,123 7,665, DPI - Curriculum, Instruction, Accountability & Tech 59,153,714 48,202,189 10,951, ,153,714 48,202,189 10,951, DPI - Educator Quality and Recruitment 19,806,930 18,958, , ,806,930 18,958, , DPI - Special Populations 46,938,021 43,708,664 3,229, ,938,021 43,708,664 3,229, K-12 Classroom Instruction -SPSF 7,099,072, ,519,541 6,540,552,717 18,039,214 55,914,131 (37,874,917) 7,117,111, ,433,672 6,502,677, SPSF - Statewide System Ops and Maintenance 10,258,861-10,258, ,258,861-10,258, SPSF - Local Education Agency - Administration 94,781,435-94,781,435 (2,500,000) - (2,500,000) 92,281,435-92,281, Assistance to Districts and Schools - SPSF 2,063,612,732 2,063,612, ,063,612,732 2,063,612, SPSF - Ed Innovations - 21st Century Schools 32,773,365-32,773, ,773,365-32,773, SPSF - Student and School Support Services 702,051, ,489, ,561,665 (2,800,000) - (2,800,000) 699,251, ,489, ,761, SPSF - Teacher Quality and Recruitment 459,798, ,798, ,798, ,798, SPSF - Special Populations 1,647,204, ,936, ,268,479 (2,349,715) - (2,349,715) 1,644,855, ,936, ,918, NC School for the Deaf 8,507, ,283 8,269, ,507, ,283 8,269, Eastern NC School for the Deaf 7,750, ,584 7,507, ,750, ,584 7,507, Governor Morehead School and Preschool 5,633, ,114 5,436, ,633, ,114 5,436, SPSF - LEA - Supplemental Benefits 176,995, ,995, ,995, ,995, Reserves and Transfers 52,233,916 20,669,371 31,564,545 6,962,500-6,962,500 59,196,416 20,669,371 38,527, Pass-through Grants 9,630,966-9,630,966 1,240,000-1,240,000 10,870,966-10,870,966 Department-wide Items N/A Compensation Reserve ,738,184 N/A 257,738, ,738,184 N/A 257,738,184 N/A State Retirement Contributions ,843,850 N/A 46,843,850 46,843,850 N/A 46,843,850 Undesignated N/A Department of Public Instruction (250,000) - (250,000) (250,000) - (250,000) N/A Enrollment Adjustment ,183,304 1,402,247 46,781,057 48,183,304 1,402,247 46,781,057 Total $12,647,946,284 $4,228,501,663 $8,419,444,621 $ 371,247,337 $ 57,316,378 $ 313,930,959 $13,019,193,621 $4,285,818,041 $8,733,375,580 Public Education Page F 2 Summary of General Fund Appropriations Fiscal Year Legislative Session Public Education Budget Code Enacted Legislative Changes Revised Fund Code Fund Name Total Requirements Appropriation Receipts Total Requirements 1000 DPI - Executive and Administrative Functions DPI - Education Innovations - 21st Century Schools DPI - Assistance to Districts and Schools DPI - Financial and Business Services DPI - Student and School Support Services Office of Early Learning NC Center for the Advancement of Teaching K-3 Assessment DPI - Technology Services DPI - Curriculum, Instruction, Accountability & Tech DPI - Educator Quality and Recruitment DPI - Special Populations K-12 Classroom Instruction -SPSF SPSF - Statewide System Ops and Maintenance SPSF - Local Education Agency - Administration Assistance to Districts and Schools - SPSF SPSF - Ed Innovations - 21st Century Schools SPSF - Student and School Support Services SPSF - Teacher Quality and Recruitment SPSF - Special Populations NC School for the Deaf Eastern NC School for the Deaf Governor Morehead School and Preschool SPSF - LEA - Supplemental Benefits Reserves and Transfers Pass-through Grants Total FTE 1, , Public Education Page F 3 Conference Report on the Base, Capital, and Expansion Budget Public Education GENERAL FUND Total Budget Enacted 2015 Session FY $8,419,444,621 Legislative Changes A. Reserve for Salaries and Benefits 1 Compensation Increase Reserve - Educators $190,947,111 R Fund Code: N/A Funds salary increases for educators paid in accordance with the statewide teacher salary schedule as well as an experience-based step increase for educators earning a year of creditable experience. Together, these increases provide, on average, a 4.7% increase for educators, and increase the expected average salary for educators from all fund sources to over $50,150 in FY The changes to the teacher salary schedule provide annual salary increases for educators earning a year of creditable service for the first 15 years of experiences. The salary schedule retains the tier-based system for educators with 16 or more years of creditable service. A corresponding special provision provides additional details on the changes to the teacher salary schedule. For all net appropriation supported State-funded positions, across all sections of the Committee Report, the approximate revised net appropriation for salaries is $11.4 billion, an increase of over $390 million for FY R Compensation Increase Reserve - School-based Administrators (SBAs) Fund Code: N/A Provides funds for a 1.5% annual recurring salary increase, a 0.5% nonrecurring bonus, and an experience-based step increase for SBAs. A corresponding special provision provides additional details on these compensation adjustments. For all net appropriation supported State-funded positions, across all sections of the Committee Report, the approximate revised net appropriation for salaries is $11.4 billion, an increase of over $390 million for FY $8,443,728 $1,610,575 3 Compensation Increase Reserve - Other LEA Personnel $21,032,217 R Fund Code: N/A $7,010,739 Provides funds for a 1.5% annual recurring salary increase and a 0.5% nonrecurring bonus for permanent full-time State-funded LEA employees. Corresponding special provisions provide additional details on these compensation adjustments. For all net appropriation supported State-funded positions, across all sections of the Committee Report, the approximate revised net appropriation for salaries is $11.4 billion, an increase of over $390 million for FY Public Education Page F 4 Conference Report on the Base, Capital, and Expansion Budget 4 Compensation Bonus Reserve - Non-educator LEA Employees Fund Code: N/A Provides funding for one-time merit-based bonuses for non-educators LEA employees. Each LEA, with guidance from the State Board of Education, shall develop policies for the allocation of merit-based bonuses. Merit-based bonuses provided by employing agencies shall not be considered compensation for retirement purposes. Corresponding special provisions provide additional details on these compensation adjustments. For all net appropriation supported State-funded positions, across all sections of the Committee Report, the approximate revised net appropriation for salaries is $11.4 billion, an increase of over $390 million. FY $17,242,627 5 R Compensation Increase Reserve - DPI Fund Code: N/A Provides funds for a 1.5% annual recurring salary increase and a 0.5% nonrecurring bonus for permanent full-time State employees. In addition, funds are provided for salary increases for State agency teachers who are paid in accordance with the Statewide teacher salary schedule. Corresponding special provisions provide additional details on these compensation adjustments. For all net appropriation supported State-funded positions, across all sections of the Committee Report, the approximate revised net appropriation for salaries is $11.4 billion, an increase of over $390 million for FY $1,227,599 $223,588 6 State Retirement Contributions - School District Personnel $18,594,062 R Fund Code: N/A $27,891,094 Increases the State s contribution for members of the Teachers and State Employees Retirement System (TSERS) to fund the actuarially determined contribution and provide a 1.6% one-time cost-of-living supplement to retirees. For all net appropriation supported State-funded positions, across all sections of the Committee Report, the approximate revised net appropriation for members of TSERS is $1.6 billion, an increase of $79.0 million for FY R State Retirement Contributions - DPI Fund Code: N/A Increases the State s contribution for members of the Teachers and State Employees Retirement System (TSERS) to fund the actuarially determined contribution and provide a 1.6% one-time cost-of-living supplement to retirees. For all net appropriation supported State-funded positions, across all sections of the Committee Report, the approximate revised net appropriation for members of TSERS is $1.6 billion, an increase of $79.0 million for FY $143,478 $215,216 Public Education Page F 5 Conference Report on the Base, Capital, and Expansion Budget 8 3rd Grade Reading Teacher Performance Pilot Program Fund Code: N/A Funds a new 3rd grade reading teacher performance pilot program. This 2-year pilot program will provide bonuses to the top 25% of 3rd grade reading teachers statewide and the top 25% of 3rd grade reading teachers within each school district (LEA) based on each teacher's Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS) student growth index score for reading from the prior school year. A corresponding special provision provides additional program details. The revised net ap
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