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SB 2500 — Appropriations

by Appropriations Committee

This summary is provided for information only and does not represent the opinion of any Senator, Senate Officer, or Senate Office.

Prepared by: Appropriations Committee (AP)

The General Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 provides for a total budget of $82.4 billion, including:

  • General revenue (GR): $30.9 billion
  • Trust funds (TF): $51.5 billion
  • Full time equivalent positions (FTE): 112,806.57

Reserves

Total: $3.2 billion

  • Working Capital Fund - $1.2 billion
  • Budget Stabilization Fund - $1.4 billion
  • Lawton Chiles Endowment Fund - $677.4 million

Major Issues

Education Capital Outlay

Total: $506.4 million [$341.8 million PECO TF; $164.6 million GR] 

  • Public School Repairs and Maintenance - $50 million
  • Charter School Repairs and Maintenance - $50 million
  • Developmental Research Schools - $5.8 million
  • Public School Special Facilities - $57.0 million
  • Florida College System Repairs and Maintenance - $38.1 million
  • Florida College System Projects - $83.5 million
  • State University System Repairs and Maintenance - $45.6 million
  • State University System Projects - $160.7 million
  • School for the Deaf and Blind Repairs and Maintenance - $2.2 million
  • Public Broadcasting – Health and Safety Issues - $3.2 million
  • FSU Developmental Research School Arts & Sciences Building - $7.5 million
  • City of Hialeah Education Academy - $1.8 million
  • Flagler College – $1.0 million

In addition: $45 million in authorization for SUS Capital Improvement Student Fee Projects 

Compensation and Benefits

Pay Issues (SB 7022) - Total $183.1 million [$109.7 million GR; $73.4 million TF]

  • State Employee Pay Increase - $1,400 for under $40,000; $1,000 for over $40,000
  • Correctional Officers:
  • Minimum salary increase; current officers receive at least a $2,500 increase.
  • 10% Special Duty Pay Additive for certified officers assigned to mental health units
  • $1,000 hiring bonus for institutions with high vacancy rates
  • State Law Enforcement Officers – 5% pay increase
  • FHP Law Enforcement Officer minimum salary increase
  • Judges, Elected State Attorneys and Public Defenders – 10% pay increase
  • Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsels - $10,000 increase
  • Other Pay Issues - Guardian ad Litem, Legal Affairs, DVA Nurses

Florida Retirement System (SB 7022)

  • In line of duty death benefits for all members in the Investment Plan
  • Renewed membership in the Investment Plan for reemployed retirees

Florida Retirement System - Total $96.9 million  [$85.5 million GR; $11.4 million TF]

(Normal Costs and Unfunded Actuarial Liability)

  • State Agencies - $15.4 million GR; $11.4 million TF
  • School Boards K-12 - $54.1 million GR
  • State Universities - $11.1 million GR
  • Community Colleges - $4.9 million GR

Information Technology

Total - $3.0 million [$1.8 million GR; $1.2 million TF]

Domestic Security

Total - $41.2 million TF

State Match for Federally Declared Disasters

Total - $45.1 million GR

 

Pre-K - 12 Education Appropriations

Total Appropriations:  $14.7 billion [$11.5 billion GR; $3.2 billion TF]

Total Funding - Including Local Revenues:  $23.7 billion [$14.7 billion state funds; $9 billion local funds][1]

Major Issues

Early Learning Services

Total: $1.06 billion [$554 million GR; $507.8 million TF]

  • Voluntary Prekindergarten Program - $396.8 million GR; including $1.6 million for 549 additional students
  • School Readiness Program - $608.4 million [$140.6 million GR; $467.8 million TF]

Public Schools/K12 FEFP

Total Funding: $20.4 billion [$11.4 billion state funds; $9 billion local funds]

  • FEFP Total Funds Increase is $241.4 million or 1.2%
  • FEFP Increase in Total Funds per Student is $24, a .34% increase [from $7,196 to $7,221]
  • Enrollment Workload Increase of $172 million for additional 23,919 students
  • Property Tax Millage Reduction of .316 mills [Property Tax Relief of $510 million]
  • Federally Connected Student Supplement – total $12.8 million
  • ESE Guaranteed Allocation – workload increase of  $5.5 million
  • Supplemental Academic Instruction – increase of $5.5 million, including workload and $52.5 million for the Extended Day Program for Intensive Reading for 300 low performing elementary schools
  • Student Transportation - $3.7 million increase for a total of $438.9 million
  • Instructional Materials - $2 million increase for a total of $230.7 million
  • Digital Classrooms – $80 million for computer hardware, devices, software and professional development

Public Schools/K12 Non-FEFP

  • Mentoring Programs - $16 million GR
  • Gardiner Scholarships – $73.3 million GR
  • School District Matching Grants for school district foundations - $4 million GR
  • School and Instructional Enhancement Grants - $32 million GR
  • Exceptional Education Grants - $6.1 million [$3.8 million GR; $2.3 million TF]
  • Florida School for the Deaf & Blind - $51.6 million [$47 million GR; $4.6 million TF]

State Board of Education

Total: $237.4 million [$85.3 million GR; $152.1 million TF]

  • Assessment and Evaluation - $109.2 million [$52.9 million GR; $56.3 million TF]
  • Transfer of $2.7 million to State Board of Community Colleges [$2.5 million GR and $.2 million TF]
  • Extra Hour of Reading Study $500,000 GR

 

Higher Education Appropriations

Total Appropriations:  $7.9 billion [$4.6 billion GR; $3.3 billion TF]

Total Funding - Including Local Revenues:  $8.9 billion [$5.9 billion state funds; $3.0 billion local]

Major Issues

District Workforce

Total: $520.4 million [$293.4 million GR; $183.6 million TF; $43.3 million tuition/fees]

  • Workforce Development - $366.3 million [$291.4 million GR, $74.9 million TF]
  • Perkins Career and Technical Education grants and Adult Education and Literacy funds – [$108.7 million TF]
  • No tuition increase

Florida College System

Total: $2.2 billion [$983.6 million GR; $231.8 million TF; $1 billion tuition/fees]

  • Developmental Education Reduction – ($30.2) million GR
  • Restoration of nonrecurring EETF base funds - $13.2 TF
  • Performance Based Funding  - $60 million GR
  • $30 million State Investment [GR]
  • $30 million Institutional Investment
    • Reprioritization from the base of each institution
  • CAPE Incentive Funds for Industry Certifications in Targeted Occupational Areas, including Health Science and Information Technology - $10 million GR
  • FRS adjustment - $4.9 million GR
  • No tuition increase

State University System

Total: $5 billion [$2.8 billion GR; $262.8 million TF; $2.0 billion tuition/fees]

  • Performance Based Funding  - $520 million
  • $245 million State Investment [GR]
  • $275 million Institutional Investment
    • Reprioritized from the base of each institution
  • World Class Faculty and Scholar Program - $70.5 million GR
  • State University Professional and Graduate Degree Excellence Program - $50 million GR
  • Additional Funds for Preeminent and Emerging Preeminent State Universities - $52 million GR
  • No tuition increase

Private Colleges

Total: $167.3 million GR

  • Effective Access to Student Education (EASE) Grants (formerly FRAG) – Increases student award amount from $3,000 to $3,300.
  • ABLE Grant – Increases student award amount from $1,500 to $2,500.
  • Historically Black Colleges and Universities Funding Increase  - $1.5 million

Student Financial Aid

Total: $715.4 million [$257.2 million GR, $458.2 million TF]

  • Bright Futures – Academic Scholars Award Increase and Textbook Stipend - $151.9 million TF
  • Bright Futures – Academic Scholars Summer Funding - $39.5 million TF
  • Florida Student Assistance Grants – Increase Need-Based Aid - $120.95 million GR
  • First Generation Matching Grant – Double State Match - $5.3 million GR
  • Florida Farmworker Scholarship Program - $500,000 GR
  • Benacquisto Scholarship Program – Workload and Expansion - $1.4 million GR
  • Children/Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans Workload Increase - $893,931 GR
  • Need-based educational benefits to pay living expenses during semester breaks for active duty and honorably discharged members of the Armed Forces - $1 million GR

Vocational Rehabilitation

Total: $219.1 million [$50.7 million GR, $168.4 million TF]

  • Adults with Disabilities funding - $6.9 million GR

 

Health and Human Services Appropriations

Total Budget: $34,165.0 million [$9,410.8 million GR; $24,754.2 million TF]; 31,437.32 positions

Major Issues

Agency for Health Care Administration

Total: $26,357.3 million [$6,492.7 million GR; $19,864.6 million TF]; 1,533.5 positions

  • Medicaid Price Level and Workload - $568.1 million [$181.9 million GR; $386.2 million TF]
  • KidCare Workload - $62.7 million [$.7 million GR; $1.6 million TF]
  • Hospital Inpatient Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) Base Rate Reduction - ($151.9) million [($58.3) million GR; ($93.6) million TF]
  • Hospital Inpatient Exemption Reduction – ($417.8) million [($160.3) million GR; ($257.5) million TF]
  • Hospital Outpatient Exemption Reduction – ($81.7) million [($31.4) million GR; ($50.3) million TF]
  • Nonrecurring Restoration of Hospital Exemption Payments - $130.3 million [$50.0 million GR; $80.3 million TF]
  • DRG Rate Adjustors for Children’s Hospitals - $24.5 million [$8.6 million GR; $15.1 million TF]
  • Rural Inpatient Hospital Reimbursement Adjustment - $6.5 million [$2.5 million GR; $4.0 million TF]
  • Private Intermediate Care Facilities for the Developmentally Disabled (ICF/DD) Rate Increase - $2.6 million [$1.0 million GR; $1.6 million TF]

Agency for Persons with Disabilities

Total: $1,287.6 million [$526.1 million GR; $761.5 million TF]; 2,702.5 positions

  • Licensed Practical Nurse Rate Increase – $3.4 million [$1.3 million GR; $2.1 million TF]
  • Serve Additional Clients on the Home and Community Based Services Waiver (will serve approximately 341 individuals) – $3.7 million [$1.4 million GR; $2.3 million TF]

Department of Children and Families

Total: $3,155.2 million [$1,714.2 million GR; $1,441.0 million TF]; 11,975.5 positions

  • State Mental Health Treatment Facilities Workload – 65.0 FTE; $4.6 million GR
  • Child Care Regulation Workload – 10.0 FTE; $1.1 million [$0.6 million GR; $0.4 million TF]
  • Prescription Drug Abuse Treatment Services– $27.2 million TF (federal grant)
  • Community Based Care Agencies’ Services – $18 million [$7.6 million GR; $10.4 million TF]
  • Community Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services – $10 million [$6.0 million GR; $4.0 million TF]
  • Children’s Mental Health Community Action (CAT) Teams (3) – $2.3 million GR
  • State Mental Health Treatment Facilities OPS Restoration – $2.7 million GR
  • Maintenance Adoption Subsidies – $6.3 million [$3.4 million GR; $2.9 million TF]
  • Nonrelative Caregiver Program – $3.9 million TF
  • Medicaid Eligibility System Technology Improvement Initiative – $27.5 million TF
  • Domestic Violence Services – $1 million TF
  • Sheriffs’ Child Protective Investigations – $1 million GR

Department of Elder Affairs

Total: $315.8 million [$146.0 million GR; $169.8 million TF]; 421.5 positions

  • Alzheimer's Respite Care - 249 slots – $3.0 million GR
  • Community Care for the Elderly (CCE) Program - 495 slots – $4.0 million GR
  • Home Care for the Elderly (HCE) Program - 274 slots – $1.0 million GR
  • Public Guardianship Services - 285 slots – $0.8 million GR
  • Specialized Alzheimer's Day Care Center Rate Increase – $1.0 million GR

Department of Health

Total: $ 2,899.6 million [$518.6 million GR; $2,381.0 million TF]; 13,691.82 positions

  • Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Outbreak Control Workload – $1.9 million [$1.0 million GR; $0.9 million TF]
  • Poison Control Centers – $3.7 million GR
  • Child Protection Teams – $ 1.7 million GR
  • Office of Compassionate Use Workload – 9.0 FTE; $0.8 million TF

Department of Veterans Affairs

Total: $149.5 million [$13.1 million GR; $136.4 million TF]; 1,112.5 FTE

  • 7th State Veterans’ Nursing Home – complete construction – $38.7 million TF
  • 8th State Veterans’ Nursing Home – renovation/retrofit former Navy health facility – $3 million GR; $5.7 million TF
  • Veterans’ Benefits and Assistance Workload – 5.0 FTE; $0.4 million GR
  • Florida is For Veterans Training Grants - $1.5 million GR

 

Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations

Total Budget:  $4.993.6 billion [$4.102.8 billion GR; $890.8 million TF]; 45,614 positions

Major Issues

Attorney General/ Legal Affairs

Total: $295.4 million [$54.8 million GR; $240.6 million TF]; 1,396.50 FTE

  • Criminal appeals workload – 10 FTE and $0.8 million GR
  • Information Technology workload – 3 FTE and $0.2 million TF
  • Information Technology infrastructure improvements - $0.6 million TF
  • Statewide prosecution case management system - $0.8 million TF
  • Leased office space cost increase - $0.3 million GR; $0.2 million TF
  • Increased cost of statewide prosecution - $0.3 million TF

Department of Corrections

Total: $2.42 billion [$2.35 billion GR; $74.5 million TF]; 24,238.00 FTE

  • Funding the Department of Corrections health services deficit - $18.0 million GR
  • New residential mental health facility - $14.4 million GR
  • Motor vehicles - $1 million GR
  • Enhance education and training program - $1 million GR
  • Fixed capital outlay for repair and maintenance of DOC facilities - $6.5 million GR

Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)

Total: $299.5 million [$110.0 million GR; $189.5 million TF]; 1,890.00 FTE

  • Sexual assault kit backlog reduction plan – 5 FTE and $0.8 million GR
  • Improve sexual offender and predator registry - $1.9 million TF
  • Increase trust fund authority for law enforcement training - $2.2 million TF
  • Increase sexual assault kit grants - $0.4 million TF
  • Enhance missing children response and investigations – 9 FTE and $0.7 million TF
  • Unsolved case website - $0.2 million GR
  • Funds final year of Computerized Criminal History (CCH) database - $5.0 million TF

Department of Juvenile Justice

Total:  $564.8 million [$408.7 million GR; $156.1 million TF]; 3,269.50 FTE

  • PACE Centers for Girls - $2.8 million GR
  • Funds state share of juvenile detention cost share – $2.5 million GR
  • Increases the number of juvenile residential commitment beds - $5.2 million GR
  • Funds enhanced evidence-based services for residential programs - $5.3 million TF
  • Funds the SNAP Program for young children -$1.1 million TF
  • Fixed capital outlay for repair and maintenance of department-owned facilities - $4.2 million GR
  • Funds Prodigy Program - $1.0 million TF

State Court System

Total:  $514.7 million [$423.2 million GR; $91.4 million TF]; 4,304.50 FTE

  • Address additional 3rd DCA courthouse costs - $3.4 million GR
  • Naltrexone injections to treat opioid- and alcohol-addicted offenders - $2.5 million GR
  • Veterans’ Courts - $0.8 million GR

Justice Administration

Total:  $884.2 million [$745.8 million GR; $138.5 million TF]; 10,383.50 FTE

  • Increased due process funding for death penalty cases - $1.3 million GR
  • Regional Conflict Counsel workload - $0.6 million in GR

Clerks of the Court

  • Address clerk revenue deficits - $7 million nonrecurring GR for CFY 2016-17 and a conforming bill that redirects $10.4 million in recurring GR to the clerks.

 

Transportation, Tourism, and Economic Development Appropriations

Total Budget:  $12.9 billion [$168.3 million GR; $12.7 billion TF]; 13,163 positions

Major Issues

  • Transportation Work Program - $9.9  billion TF
  • Affordable Housing Programs - $250.0 million TF
  • Economic Development Incentive Programs, Projects and Initiatives - $83.4 million TF
  • Economic Development Partners - $135.8 million TF
  • Library Grants and Initiatives - $39.4 million GR
  • Cultural and Museum Grants and Initiatives - $24.2 million (TF & GR)
  • Historic Preservation Grants and Initiatives - $11.8 million (TF & GR)
  • Motorist Modernization Project and Enterprise Data Infrastructure - $17.5 million TF
  • National Guard Tuition Assistance - $4.5 million GR

Department of Economic Opportunity

Total:  $925.6 million [$46.9 million GR; $878.7 million TF]; 1,475.0 positions

  • Economic Development Incentive Programs, Projects and Initiatives - $77.6 million TF includes:
  • Economic Development Toolkit Payments and Initiatives - $24.3 million TF
    • Payments for existing contracts
  • Economic Development Partners - $70.7 million [$41.0 million GR; $29.7 million TF] includes:
  • Florida Sports Foundation - $4.7 million TF
  • Space Florida - $19.5 million TF [$12.5 million recurring; $7 million nonrecurring]
  • Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research –$5.5 million TF [$1.0 million recurring; $4.5 million nonrecurring]
  • Visit Florida, Inc.-$25 million nonrecurring GR
  • Enterprise Florida, Inc.-$16 million nonrecurring GR
  • Workforce Development Programs, Projects, and Initiatives - $23.6 million TF includes:
  • Quick Response Training Program - $16.0 million TF
  • Workforce Development Projects and Initiatives – $7.6 nonrecurring GR
  • Affordable Housing Programs - $250.0 million TF:
  • SHIP - $150.0 million TF (allocated to local governments), includes:
    • More flexibility in the SHIP program regarding rent subsidies and rental assistance
    • $5.2 million allocated for homeless Challenge Grants
  • State Housing Programs - $100.0 million TF includes:
    • At least 50 percent for the SAIL Program
    • $10 million for competitive grant program for housing developments designed for  persons with developmental disabilities
    • $40 million for workforce housing to serve low-income persons and certain households in the Florida Keys
  • Housing and Community Development Programs, Projects, and Initiatives - $23.1 million TF

Department of State

Total:  $124.6 million [$91.6 million GR; $33.0 TF]; 408 positions

  • State Aid to Libraries - $25.2 million GR
  • Libraries - $5.1 million GR
  • Library Technology Grants - $3.1 million nonrecurring GR
  • Library Cooperatives - $2 million nonrecurring GR
  • Cultural & Museum Program Support and Facilities Grants – $26.8 million [$25.3 million nonrecurring GR; $1.5 million TF]
  • Historic Small Matching and Facilities Grants – $7.9 million nonrecurring GR

Department of Transportation

Total:  $10.9 billion TF; 6,299 positions

  • Transportation Work Program - $9.9 billion TF:-Major Categories include:
  • Highway and Bridge Construction - $4.2 billion
  • Resurfacing and Maintenance - $1.1 billion
  • Design and Engineering - $1.2 billion
  • Right of Way Land Acquisition - $739.1 million
  • Public Transit Development Grants - $631.2 million
  • Rail Development Grants - $233.7 million
  • County Transportation Programs:
    • Small County Road Assistance Program (SCRAP) - $30.0 million
    • Small County Outreach Program (SCOP) - $64.4 million (includes $9 million for
      Small Cities)
    • Other County Transportation Programs - $54.5 million
  • Aviation Development Grants - $257.1 million
  • Seaport and Intermodal Development Grants - $188.0 million
  • Local Transportation (“Road Fund”) Projects - $81.5 million TF
  • Transportation Disadvantaged Program Grants - $54.1 million

Department of Military Affairs

Total:  $72.1 million [$29.8 million GR; $42.3 million TF; 453 positions]

  • Armories – $6.0 million GR
  • Community Outreach Programs (Forward March and About Face) - $1.7 million recurring GR
  • Secure and Harden State Readiness Centers - $2.0 million GR
  • Tuition Assistance for Florida National Guard - $3.5 million GR

Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles

Total:  $467.0 million TF; 4,374 positions

  • Florida Highway Patrol:
  • Replacement Of In-Car Digital Video Cameras- $3.6 million TF
  • Motorist Modernization Project - Phase I and II - $14.0 million TF
  • Enterprise Data Infrastructure – $3.5 million TF
  • Maintenance and Repairs of Facilities - $550.0 million TF

Division of Emergency Management

Total:  $392.3 million TF; 154 positions

  • Federally Declared Disaster Funding, excluding state match - $310.5 million:
  • Communities - $293.3 million
  • State Operations - $17.2 million
  • Statewide Notification and Alert System - $3.5 million TF

 

The Environment and Natural Resources Appropriations

Total Budget:  $3.6 billion ($395.2 million GR; $723.4 million LATF; $2.5 billion Other TF); 8,712 positions

Major Issues

Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services 

Total: $1.7 billion ($198.8 million GR; $723.4 million LATF; $1.5 billion TF); 3,653 positions

  • Wildfire Suppression Equipment $4.9 million TF
  • Florida Forest Service Grants for Endangered Species $1.2 million TF
  • Citrus Greening Research $8 million TF
  • Farm Share and Food Banks $6.1 million GR
  • Lake Okeechobee Agricultural Projects $5.5 million GR
  • Water Supply Planning and Conservation $1.5 million TF
  • Rural and Family Lands Protection Program $10 million GR
  • Agricultural Best Management Practices Partnership Agreements $1.4 million TF
  • Agriculture Education and Promotion Facilities $2.6 million GR
  • Citrus Health Response Program $7.1 million TF
  • Kissimmee Animal Diagnostic Lab $4.1 million GR
  • Critical Building Repairs and Maintenance $3 million TF
  • African Snail Eradication Program $2.3 million TF
  • Child Nutrition Program Grants $99.2 million TF

Department of Citrus

Total: $33.1 million ($4.7 million GR, $28.4 million TF); 41 positions

Department of Environmental Protection

Total: $1.4 billion ($175.7 million GR; $528.9 million LATF; $727.9 million TF); 2,899.5 positions

  • Everglades Restoration $167.7 million ($11.6 million Gr; $126.9 million LATF; $29.2 million TF)
  • Northern Everglades Restoration $35.0 million ($28.2 million LATF; $6.8 million GR)
  • St. John River/Keystone Heights Restoration, Public Access &  Recreation $13.3 million ($7.8 million GR; $5.5 million LATF)
  • Florida Keys Area of Critical State Concern $13.3 million ($13.0 million GR; $0.3 million LATF)
  • Hurricane Recovery Beach Projects $13.3 million GR
  • Beach Management Funding Assistance $50 million ($29.5 million LATF; $20.1 million GR)
  • Springs Restoration $50 million LATF (base funding)
  • Water Projects $55.6 million GR
  • State Parks Maintenance and Repairs $21.7  million TF
  • Petroleum Tanks Cleanup Program $115 million TF
  • Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) $7.4 million GR
  • Drinking Water & Wastewater Revolving Loan Programs $13.4 million GR; $226.9 million TF
  • Hazardous Waste/Site Cleanup $8.5 million TF
  • Small County Solid Waste Management Grants $3.0 million TF
  • Small County Wastewater Treatment Grants $13 million TF
  • Lake Apopka $2 million GR
  • Local Parks $1.7 million GR
  • Water Management Districts’ Minimum Flows and Levels Support $1.9 million LATF

Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission

Total: $370.5 million ($35.5 million GR; $101.3 million LATF; $233.7 million TF); 2,118.5 positions

  • Apollo Marine Fish Hatchery $3.5 million TF
  • Boating Infrastructure and Improvement Program $5.7 million TF
  • Artificial Fishing Reef Construction $.6 million TF
  • Derelict Vessel Removal $1.5 million TF
  • Black Bear Conflict Reduction $.4 million GR
  • Building Improvements $1.2 million ($0.5 million GR; $0.7 million TF)

 

General Government Appropriations

Total Budget:  $2 billion [$284.1 million GR; $1.7 billion Other TFs]; 11,276 positions

Major Issues

Department of Business & Professional Regulation

Total: $151.6 million [$1.8 million GR; $149.8 million TF]; 1,616 positions

  • Legal Costs-Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco - $.4 million GR
  • Compulsive and Addictive Gambling Prevention - $.3 million TF

Department of Financial Services

Total: $370.0 million [$22.2 million GR; $347.8 million TF]; 2,607.50 positions

  • Florida Planning, Accounting & Ledger Management (PALM) Project – $24.9 million TF
  • Florida Accounting & Information Resource (FLAIR) Staff Augmentation - $1.2 million TF
  • Fire College and Arson Lab Repairs and Maintenance - $.4 million TF
  • Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fraud - $.2 million TF; 3 positions
  • Fire College Building Maintenance - $.8 million TF
  • Local Government Fire Services - $7.1 million GR
  • Increase Contracted Services Budget Authority - $1.4 million TF
  • Increase State Fire Marshall Grant Programs - $1.8 million TF
  • University of Miami – Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center – Florida Firefighter Cancer Research - $1.0 million GR
  • K-12 Public School Funding Transparency Website - $.5 million GR

Department of the Lottery

Total: $167.4 million TF; 418.5 positions

  • Information Technology upgrades to software, hardware, and equipment - $.9 million TF

Department of Management Services

Total Budget: $587.7 million [$49.6 million GR; $538.1 million TF]; 858 positions

  • Florida Facilities Pool - $34.1 million [$18.7 million GR; $15.4 million TF]
  • Dependent Eligibility Verification Services - $1 million TF
  • Florida Interoperability Network and Mutual Aid - $2 million GR
  • Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System (SLERS) Staff Augmentation, Equipment and Independent Verification and Validation Services - $1.6 million TF
  • Division of Retirement Information Technology Contract - $2.1 million TF
  • Fleet Management Information System - $.5 million TF

Division of Administrative Hearings

Total Budget: $26.1 million TF; 241 positions

Agency for State Technology

Total: $66.7 million TF; 210 positions

  • Department of Children and Families mainframe licenses - $.3 million TF
  • Security Training - $.2 million TF

Public Service Commission

Total: $24.6 million TF; 267 positions

  • Replacement of Motor Vehicles - $.1 million TF

Department of Revenue

Total: $572.6 million [$210.4 million GR; $362.2 million TF]; 5,058 positions

  • Fiscally Constrained Counties - $26.2 million GR
  • Aerial Photography - $.2 million GR

If approved by the Governor, these provisions take effect on July 1, 2017, except where otherwise expressly provided.

 

[1] Local revenues include required and discretionary local effort for the public schools in the Florida Education Finance Program.

Vote: Senate 34-4; House 98-14