DEPARTMENT                                                            PAGE


    SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT

      EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     1


    SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)

      EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     5


    SECTION 3 - HUMAN SERVICES

      AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    56

      AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    78

      CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    86

      ELDER AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   109

      HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   116

      VETERANS' AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   137


    SECTION 4 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CORRECTIONS

      CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   142

      FLORIDA COMMISSION ON OFFENDER REVIEW  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   159

      JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   160

      JUVENILE JUSTICE, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   207

      LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   217

      LEGAL AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF, AND ATTORNEY GENERAL . . . . . . . . .   229


    SECTION 5 - NATURAL RESOURCES/ENVIRONMENT/GROWTH MANAGEMENT/TRANSPORTATION

      AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF,
      AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   242

      ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   262

      FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMISSION  . . . . . . . . . . . . .   299

      TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   315


    SECTION 6 - GENERAL GOVERNMENT

      ADMINISTERED FUNDS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   329

      BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . .   330

      CITRUS, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   343

      ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   345

      FINANCIAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   360

      GOVERNOR, EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   389











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      HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . .   396

      LEGISLATIVE BRANCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   403

      LOTTERY, DEPARTMENT OF THE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   404

      MANAGEMENT SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   407

      MILITARY AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   433

      PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   437

      REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   439

      STATE, DEPARTMENT OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   444


    SECTION 7 - JUDICIAL BRANCH

      STATE COURT SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   454

    ITEMIZATION OF EXPENDITURE TOTALS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   503

    SUMMARY BY SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   504

    SUMMARY FOR ALL SECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   512

    SUMMARY BY SECTION BY DEPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   514

SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

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                           A bill to be entitled

             An act making appropriations;   providing moneys for
             the annual period beginning July 1, 2022, and ending
             June 30, 2023,  and supplemental  appropriations for
             the period ending June 30, 2022, to pay salaries, and
             other expenses, capital outlay - buildings, and other
             improvements, and for other specified purposes of the
             various agencies of state government; providing
             effective dates.

   Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:

   The  moneys  contained  herein are appropriated from the named funds for
   Fiscal  Year  2022-2023 to the state agency indicated, as the amounts to
   be  used  to pay the salaries, other operational expenditures, and fixed
   capital  outlay  of  the  named  agencies, and are in lieu of all moneys
   appropriated  for  these  purposes  in  other  sections  of  the Florida
   Statutes.

   SECTION 1 - EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT "LOTTERY" TRUST FUND

   The   moneys   contained  herein  is  appropriated  from  the  Education
   Enhancement "Lottery" Trust Fund to the state agencies indicated.

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF

   Funds  provided  in  sections  1  and  2  of  this  act  as  Grants  and
   Aids-Special  Categories  or as Grants and Aids-Aid to Local Governments
   may  be advanced quarterly throughout the fiscal year based on projects,
   grants,  contracts,  and  allocation conference documents.  Of the funds
   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations 58, 59 through 61, 63 through 70,
   and  155,  60  percent  of  general  revenue  shall  be  released at the
   beginning  of  the first quarter and the balance at the beginning of the
   third quarter.

PROGRAM: EDUCATION - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY

   1   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       DEBT SERVICE - CLASS SIZE REDUCTION
        LOTTERY CAPITAL OUTLAY PROGRAM
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       127,915,436

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1  shall  be  transferred  using
   nonoperating  budget  authority  to  the Lottery Capital Outlay and Debt
   Service  Trust  Fund, pursuant to section 1013.71, Florida Statutes, for
   the  payment  of  debt  service.  There is appropriated from the Lottery
   Capital  Outlay  and  Debt  Service  Trust Fund, an amount sufficient to
   enable the payment of debt service resulting from these transfers.

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1  are  for  Fiscal  Year  2022-2023
   debt  service  on  all  bonds  authorized  pursuant to section 1013.737,
   Florida   Statutes,  for  class  size  reduction,  including  any  other
   continuing  payments  necessary  or  incidental  to the repayment of the
   bonds. These funds may be used to refinance any or all bond series if it
   is  in  the  best interest of the state as determined by the Division of
   Bond Finance.

   2   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,647,049

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  2  for  educational  facilities  are
   provided  for  debt  service  requirements associated with bond proceeds
   from  the Lottery Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund included in
   Specific Appropriations 17 and 17A of chapter 2012-118, Laws of Florida,
   authorized pursuant to section 1013.737, Florida Statutes.

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  2  shall  be  transferred,  using
   nonoperating  budget  authority,  to the Lottery Capital Outlay and Debt
   Service  Trust  Fund.  There  is  hereby  appropriated  from the Lottery
   Capital  Outlay  and  Debt  Service  Trust  Fund an amount sufficient to
   enable the payment of debt service resulting from these transfers.


TOTAL: PROGRAM: EDUCATION - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       134,562,485

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       134,562,485

OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

PROGRAM: STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM - STATE

   3   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA'S BRIGHT FUTURES
        SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       620,881,057

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  3,  the  Bright  Futures
   Scholarship awards for the 2022-2023 academic year shall be as follows:

   Academic  Scholars  shall receive an award equal to the amount necessary
   to  pay 100 percent of tuition and applicable fees for fall, spring, and
   summer terms.

   Medallion  Scholars shall receive an award equal to the amount necessary
   to  pay  75 percent of tuition and applicable fees for fall, spring, and
   summer terms. A Medallion Scholar who is enrolled in an associate degree
   program  at  a Florida College System institution shall receive an award
   equal  to  the  amount  necessary  to pay 100 percent of the tuition and
   applicable fees.

   For Gold Seal Vocational Scholars and Gold Seal CAPE Scholars, the award
   per credit hour or credit hour equivalent shall be as follows:

   Gold Seal Vocational Scholars and Gold Seal CAPE Scholars
      Career Certificate Program.....................$ 39
      Applied Technology Diploma Program.............$ 39
      Technical Degree Education Program.............$ 48

   Gold Seal CAPE Scholars
      Bachelor of Science Program with Statewide
         Articulation Agreement......................$ 48
      Florida College System Bachelor of Applied
         Science Program.............................$ 48

   The additional stipend for Top Scholars shall be $44 per credit hour.

   4   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       103,492,701

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   4   are  allocated  in  Specific
   Appropriation   66.   These  funds  are  provided  for  Florida  Student
   Assistance Grant (FSAG) public full-time and part-time programs.

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM - STATE
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       724,373,758

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       724,373,758

PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP

   The calculations of the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) for the
   2022-2023  fiscal  year  are  incorporated  by reference in HB 5003. The
   calculations  are  the  basis  for  the  appropriations  in  the General
   Appropriations Act in Specific Appropriations 5, 6, 86, and 87.

   5   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL
        FINANCE PROGRAM
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       867,665,839

   Funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriation   5  are  allocated  in
   Specific Appropriation 86.


   6   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CLASS SIZE REDUCTION
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       103,776,356

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  6  and 87 are provided to implement
   the requirements of sections 1003.03 and 1011.685, Florida Statutes. The
   class  size  reduction  allocation  factor for grades prekindergarten to
   grade  3  shall  be $964.60, for grades 4 to 8 shall be $920.98, and for
   grades  9  to  12  shall be $923.21. The class size reduction allocation
   shall  be  recalculated based on enrollment through the October 2022 FTE
   survey  except  as  provided in section 1003.03(4), Florida Statutes. If
   the   total   class  size  reduction  allocation  is  greater  than  the
   appropriation  in  Specific  Appropriations  6  and  87,  funds shall be
   prorated  to  the  level  of  the appropriation based on each district's
   calculated   amount.   The   Commissioner   of  Education  may  withhold
   disbursement  of  these  funds  until  a  district is in compliance with
   reporting information required for class size reduction implementation.

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       971,442,195

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       971,442,195

PROGRAM: WORKFORCE EDUCATION

   7   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       130,507,256

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   7   are  allocated  in  Specific
   Appropriation   118.  These  funds  are  provided  for  school  district
   workforce  education programs as defined in section 1004.02(25), Florida
   Statutes.

FLORIDA COLLEGES, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: FLORIDA COLLEGES

   8   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA COLLEGE SYSTEM
        PROGRAM FUND
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       240,982,604

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   8   are  allocated  in  Specific
   Appropriation 125.

UNIVERSITIES, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL ACTIVITIES

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  9  through  13 shall be expended in
   accordance  with  operating  budgets  which  must  be  approved  by each
   university's board of trustees.

   9   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - EDUCATION AND GENERAL
        ACTIVITIES
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       577,044,661

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   9   are  allocated  in  Specific
   Appropriation 145.

  10   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - IFAS (INSTITUTE OF FOOD
        AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE)
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        17,079,571


  11   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
        FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        12,740,542

  12   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
        HEALTH CENTER
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,898,617

  13   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
        MEDICAL SCHOOL
        FROM EDUCATIONAL ENHANCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           824,574

TOTAL: PROGRAM: EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL ACTIVITIES
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       615,587,965

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       615,587,965

TOTAL OF SECTION 1

       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     2,817,456,263

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     2,817,456,263

SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

SECTION 2 - EDUCATION (ALL OTHER FUNDS)

   The moneys contained herein are appropriated from the named funds to the
   Department of Education as the amounts to be used to pay salaries, other
   operational expenditures, and fixed capital outlay.

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF

PROGRAM: EDUCATION - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY

   The  Legislature  hereby  finds  and  determines that the items and sums
   designated  in Specific Appropriations 15 through 17A and 21 through 22A
   from  the  Public  Education  Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund
   constitute  authorized capital outlay projects within the meaning and as
   required by Article XII, section 9(a)(2) of the Florida Constitution, as
   amended,  and  any other law. In accordance therewith, the moneys in the
   following  items  are  authorized  to  be  expended  for  the enumerated
   authorized capital outlay projects.

   The  sum  designated  for each project is the maximum sum to be expended
   for  each  specified  phase  of  the  project  from funds accruing under
   Article  XII,  section 9(a)(2) of the Florida Constitution. The scope of
   each project shall be planned so that the amounts specified shall not be
   exceeded,  or  any excess in costs shall be funded by sources other than
   this  appropriation.  Such  excess  costs  may be funded from the Public
   Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund only as a result of
   fund transfers pursuant to section 216.292(4)(c), Florida Statutes. Each
   project  shall  be  constructed  on  the  site  specified.  If  existing
   facilities  and  acquisition  of new sites are a part of these projects,
   each   such   building  and  site  must  be  certified  to  be  free  of
   contamination,  asbestos,  and  other  hazardous  materials  before  the
   facility  or site may be acquired. The provisions of section 216.301(2),
   Florida  Statutes,  shall apply to all capital outlay funds appropriated
   from the Public Education Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund for
   Fiscal  Year  2022-2023 in Specific Appropriations 15 through 17A and 21
   through 22A.

   The Executive Office of the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget shall
   establish  Fixed  Capital  Outlay  budget  authority  within appropriate
   accounts  to  enable  expenditure  of  funds  appropriated for the state
   universities,  the  Florida  School  for  the Deaf and the Blind, public
   school districts, public broadcasting stations, and Florida colleges.

  14   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM CAPITAL
        IMPROVEMENT FEE PROJECTS
        FROM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FEE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        44,700,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  14  shall  be allocated by the Board
   of  Governors to the state universities on a pro rata distribution basis
   in accordance with the Board of Governors Legislative Budget Request for
   funding  from  the  Capital  Improvements Fee Trust Fund, as approved on
   September  1,  2021. Each board of trustees shall report to the Board of
   Governors the funding allocated to each specific project.

  15   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, RENOVATION, AND
        REMODELING
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                        207,190,966

   Funds in Specific Appropriation 15 shall be allocated as follows:

     Public Schools............................................  11,422,223
     Charter Schools........................................... 195,768,743

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  15  for  public schools are provided
   to  school  districts  that  qualify  for  a grant under the High Growth
   District  Capital  Outlay  Assistance  Grant Program pursuant to section
   1013.738, Florida Statutes.

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  15  for  charter  schools  shall  be
   distributed in accordance with section 1013.62, Florida Statutes.


  16   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       SURVEY RECOMMENDED NEEDS - PUBLIC SCHOOLS
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                          8,128,636

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  16  shall  be  distributed  among
   developmental research (laboratory) schools approved pursuant to section
   1002.32,  Florida  Statutes,  based  upon  full-time  equivalent student
   membership.

  17   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FLORIDA COLLEGE SYSTEM PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       25,825,479
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                         14,559,990

   Nonrecurring  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  17  shall be allocated
   as follows:

   COLLEGE OF THE FLORIDA KEYS
     Academy Classroom Facility and Emergency Operations
       Center (HB 4429) (Senate Form 1829).....................   3,000,000
   DAYTONA STATE COLLEGE
     Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility and
       Equipment for Database and Cybersecurity Programs (HB
       3273) (Senate Form 2081)................................     500,000
   LAKE-SUMTER STATE COLLEGE
     Emerging Media and Fine Arts Center Implementation and
       Renovation (Senate Form 1861)...........................   8,037,266
   NORTH FLORIDA COLLEGE
     Controls for Lighting and HVAC Systems Campus-wide (HB
       9409) (Senate Form 1800)................................   1,400,000
   PASCO-HERNANDO STATE COLLEGE
     Fire Academy Burn Center and Classrooms (Senate Form 2175)   5,000,000
     Remodel Buildings A through E and Chiller Plant - West....  22,448,203

  17A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       27,700,000
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                        162,500,000

   Nonrecurring  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  17A shall be allocated
   as follows:

   FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY
     Campus-Wide Utility Infrastructure (Senate Form 2799).....  27,700,000
   FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
     Health Tallahassee Center (Senate Form 2599)..............  62,500,000
   UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
     Architecture Building Renovation/Remodeling and DCP
       Collaboratory...........................................  25,000,000
   UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
     Environmental & Oceanographic Sciences Research &
       Teaching Facility.......................................  75,000,000

  19   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       DEBT SERVICE
        FROM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FEE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        12,045,411
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                        793,745,880
        FROM SCHOOL DISTRICT AND COMMUNITY
         COLLEGE DISTRICT CAPITAL OUTLAY
         AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND . . . .                        14,673,415

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  19  from  the  School  District  and
   Community  College  District  Capital Outlay and Debt Service Trust Fund
   are  for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 debt service on bonds authorized pursuant
   to the School Capital Outlay Amendment, Article XII, section 9(d) of the
   Florida  Constitution,  and  any  other continuing payments necessary or
   incidental  to  the  repayment  of the bonds. These funds may be used to
   refinance  any  or all series if it is in the best interest of the state
   as  determined  by  the  Division  of  Bond Finance. If the debt service
   appropriated   for   this   program  in  Specific  Appropriation  19  is
   insufficient  due  to  interest  rate changes, issuance timing, or other

   circumstances,  the amount of the insufficiency is appropriated from the
   School  District  and Community College District Capital Outlay and Debt
   Service Trust Fund.

  20   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL DISTRICT AND
        COMMUNITY COLLEGE
        FROM SCHOOL DISTRICT AND COMMUNITY
         COLLEGE DISTRICT CAPITAL OUTLAY
         AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND . . . .                       112,000,000

  21   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND -
        CAPITAL PROJECTS
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                          8,500,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   21,  $5,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  is provided for maintenance projects at the Florida
   School for the Deaf and the Blind.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   21,  $3,500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  is provided for the Florida School for the Deaf and
   the Blind - Kramer Hall Renovation (HB 4487)(Senate Form 1537).

  22   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PUBLIC BROADCASTING PROJECTS
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                          5,020,408

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  22  are  provided  for the following
   projects   to   correct  health  and  safety  issues,  correct  building
   deficiencies, and complete renovations at public broadcasting stations:

     WDNA-FM, Miami - Replace Leaking HVAC Air Handler.........      13,294
     WEDU-TV, Tampa/St. Petersburg - Replace Mildewed and
       Unhealthy Ceiling Tiles.................................     307,559
     WEFS-TV, Cocoa - Reinforce Unsafe Tower Guide Cables and
       Cable Anchors   Phase 2.................................     130,450
     WEFS-TV, Cocoa - Upgrade Corroded Electrical Grounding
       Connections   Phase 2...................................      49,000
     WEFS-TV, Cocoa - Replace Inefficient HVAC System..........     110,000
     WGCU-TV/FM, Ft. Myers/Naples - Replace Obsolete Backup
       Generator...............................................      60,212
     WJCT-TV/FM, Jacksonville - Resurface Damaged Studio Floor.     166,311
     WKGC-FM, Panama City - Replace Failing Main Generator,
       Transfer Switch, and Fuel Tank..........................     187,000
     WKGC-FM, Panama City - Replace Failing Generator and
       Transfer Switch at Auxiliary Transmission Site..........      50,000
     WMFE-FM, Orlando - Repair and Refurbish Failing Lift
       (Sanitation) Station   Phase 2..........................     449,827
     WMNF-FM, Tampa/St. Petersburg - Replace End-of-Life HVAC
       System   Phase 2........................................     741,830
     WQCS-FM, Ft. Piece - Replace Lift (Sanitation) Station
       and Repair Damaged Restrooms............................     183,725
     WUCF-TV, Orlando - Purchase and Install Emergency Backup
       Transmitter.............................................     500,000
     WUFT-TV/FM, Gainesville/Ocala - Update FPREN StormCenter
       Infrastructure   Phase 4................................   1,242,000
     WUSF-FM, Tampa - Repair and Modernize Unreliable
       Passenger Elevator......................................      40,000
     WUSF-FM, Tampa/St. Petersburg - Overhaul Obsolete
       Electrical Systems at FM Transmitter Site...............     314,200
     WUWF-FM, Pensacola - Replace Obsolete Backup Generator
       and Transfer Switch.....................................     475,000

  22A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,500,000
        FROM PUBLIC EDUCATION CAPITAL
         OUTLAY AND DEBT SERVICE TRUST FUND                          8,900,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  22A,  $5,500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds is provided to the School District of Manatee County
   for  the Aviation Maintenance Technician School at SRQ Airport (HB 3243)
   (Senate Form 2063).


   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  22A,  $5,900,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  is  provided to Bay District Schools for the Tom P.
   Haney  Technical  Center  "Learning  to  Earning"  Health  Sciences  and
   Business Building Construction (HB 9103) (Senate Form 2224).

TOTAL: PROGRAM: EDUCATION - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       56,025,479
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,391,964,706

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,447,990,185

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

   For  funds  in  Specific Appropriations 23 through 36 for the Vocational
   Rehabilitation  Program,  the  Department of Education is the designated
   state  agency for purposes of compliance with the Federal Rehabilitation
   Act of 1973, as amended.

   If  the  department  identifies additional resources that may be used to
   maximize  federal  matching  funds  for  the  Vocational  Rehabilitation
   Program,  the  department  shall  submit a budget amendment prior to the
   expenditure  of  the funds, in accordance with the provisions of chapter
   216, Florida Statutes.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         37,287,755

  23   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      884.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,188,984
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           240,795
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        41,941,345

  24   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,548,750

  25   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,686
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        12,708,851

  26   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES
        FUNDS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,342,518

   From   the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  26,  recurring
   funds are provided for the following base appropriations projects:

     Adults with Disabilities - Helping People Succeed.........     109,006
     Broward County Public Schools Adults with Disabilities....     800,000
     Daytona State College Adults with Disabilities Program....      70,000
     Flagler Adults with Disabilities Program..................     535,892
     Gadsden Adults with Disabilities Program..................     100,000
     Gulf Adults with Disabilities Program.....................      35,000
     Inclusive Transition and Employment Management Program
       (ITEM)..................................................     750,000
     Jackson Adults with Disabilities Program..................   1,019,247
     Leon Adults with Disabilities Program.....................     225,000
     Miami-Dade Adults with Disabilities Program...............   1,125,208
     Palm Beach Habilitation Center............................     225,000
     Sumter Adults with Disabilities Program...................      42,500
     Tallahassee Community College Adults with Disabilities
       Program.................................................      25,000
     Taylor Adults with Disabilities Program...................      42,500
     Wakulla Adults with Disabilities Program..................      42,500

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation 26, nonrecurring
   funds are provided for the following appropriations projects:

     Able Inclusion Florida 2025 (Senate Form 2289)............     250,000
     Arc Broward Skills Training-Adults with Disabilities (HB
       2495) (Senate Form 1994)................................     350,000
     Boca Raton Habilitation Center Education Programs for
       Adults with Disabilities (AWD) (HB 3345) (Senate Form
       1022)...................................................     300,000
     Brevard Adults with Disabilities (HB 2093) (Senate Form

       1018)...................................................     250,000
     Bridging the Gap in Employment of Young Adults with
       Unique Abilities (HB 4023) (Senate Form 1274)...........     395,665
     Culinary Institute Empowerment Cafe and !nklusion Coffee
       Shops (HB 9063) (Senate Form 2221)......................   2,000,000
     Endeavor Forward, Inc. NextStep at Endeavor Academy -
       Autism Vocation Transition (HB 9455) (Senate Form 2233).     400,000
     Goodwill Industries of South Florida (HB 2805) (Senate
       Form 1197)..............................................     400,000
     Inclusive Transition and Employment Management Program
       (HB 2321) (Senate Form 1028)............................     800,000
     Jacksonville School for Autism Supportive Transition &
       Employment Placement (STEP) (HB 2437) (Senate Form 1294)     250,000
     North Florida School of Special Education- Community
       Integrated Employment (Senate Form 2016)................     250,000
     The WOW Center (HB 3413) (Senate Form 1470)...............     550,000

   Funds   provided   in   Specific  Appropriation  26  for  the  Inclusive
   Transition  and  Employment  Management  Program (ITEM) shall be used to
   provide  young  adults  with disabilities who are between the ages of 16
   and 28 with transitional skills, education, and on-the-job experience to
   allow them to acquire and retain permanent employment.

  27   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            80,986

  28   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,473,423
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        16,608,886
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,500,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  28, $549,823 in recurring
   funds  from the General Revenue Fund is appropriated for the High School
   High Tech Program.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   28,   $305,585   in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is appropriated for the
   Florida  Alliance  for Assistive Services and Technology General Revenue
   Recurring Increase (HB 2613) (Senate Form 1191).

  29   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INDEPENDENT LIVING
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,132,004
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,087,789

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 29, the recurring
   sum  of $1,232,004 from the General Revenue Fund and $5,087,789 from the
   Federal  Rehabilitation Trust Fund shall be allocated to the Centers for
   Independent  Living and shall be distributed according to the formula in
   the  most recently approved State Plan for Independent Living.  From the
   Federal Rehabilitation Trust Fund allocation, $3,472,193 shall be funded
   from  Social  Security reimbursements (program income) provided that the
   Social Security reimbursements are available.

   The  State Plan for Independent Living may include provisions related to
   financial  needs  testing  and  financial participation of consumers, as
   agreed upon by all signatories to the plan.

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  29, $900,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  are  provided for Community Transition Services for
   Adults with Disabilities (HB 4585) (Senate Form 1711).

  30   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       31,226,986
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       106,287,217


  31   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           437,666

  32   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            97,655

  33   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           57,424
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                               883
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           211,357

  33A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FACILITY REPAIRS MAINTENANCE AND
        CONSTRUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,500,000

   The  nonrecurring  funds  in Specific Appropriation 33A are provided for
   the  Pinellas ARC Adult Community Life Skills Inclusion Center (HB 3829)
   (Senate Form 1290).

  34   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       OTHER DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          154,316
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           515,762

  35   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION
        SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           237,692

  36   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           278,290

TOTAL: VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       59,082,341
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       187,783,924

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      884.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       246,866,265

BLIND SERVICES, DIVISION OF

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         11,073,303

  37   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      289.75
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,951,260
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           394,150
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        10,995,439

  38   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          155,916
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           313,584
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,710

  39   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          415,191
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            40,774
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,473,307

        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            44,395

  40   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COMMUNITY REHABILITATION
        FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          847,347
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,100,913

  41   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           54,294
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           235,198

  42   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           200,000

  43   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

  44   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CLIENT SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,352,902
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        12,481,496
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           252,746

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  44,  recurring funds from
   the   General   Revenue   Fund  are  provided  for  the  following  base
   appropriations projects:

     Blind Babies Successful Transition from Preschool to
       School..................................................   2,438,004
     Blind Children's Program..................................     200,000
     Florida Association of Agencies Serving the Blind.........     500,000
     Lighthouse for the Blind - Miami..........................     150,000
     Lighthouse for the Blind - Pasco/Hernando.................      50,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 44, nonrecurring funds from
   the  General  Revenue Fund are provided for the following appropriations
   projects:

     Florida Association of Agencies Serving the Blind (HB
       3491) (Senate Form 2631)................................     500,000
     Lighthouse for the Blind - Collier (HB 2191) (Senate Form
       1098)...................................................      90,000

  45   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           56,140
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           875,000

  46   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INDEPENDENT LIVING
        SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            35,000

  47   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           70,768
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           190,878

  48   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LIBRARY SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           89,735
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  48,  $50,000 in recurring

   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for the Braille &
   Talking Book Library (base appropriations project).

  49   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       VENDING STANDS - EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,177,345
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           595,000

  50   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            18,158

  51   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,316
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             2,577
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            82,591

  52   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       OTHER DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           686,842

  53   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION
        SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           235,032

  54   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM FEDERAL REHABILITATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           320,398

TOTAL: BLIND SERVICES, DIVISION OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       16,996,869
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        40,961,533

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      289.75
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        57,958,402

PROGRAM: PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

   Prior  to the disbursement of funds from Specific Appropriations 55, 56,
   and 57, each institution shall submit a proposed expenditure plan to the
   Department   of  Education  pursuant  to  the  requirements  of  section
   1011.521, Florida Statutes.

   Institutions  receiving funds from Specific Appropriation 56 must submit
   an  annual report to the Department of Education detailing the following
   metrics  for  Florida  resident  students: entrance requirements for the
   year;  percentage of students receiving Pell Grants, Bright Futures, and
   other  academic  aid;  graduation  rates; retention rates; job placement
   rates;  and job placement rates in-field up to 120 days past graduation.
   The  report  shall  also include information for each institution on the
   total  federal  loan  amounts disbursed and the total number of students
   who received federal loans. The report must be submitted by September 1,
   2022, and reflect prior academic year statistics.

  55   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MEDICAL TRAINING AND
        SIMULATION LABORATORY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,000,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 55, $3,500,000 in recurring
   funds  and  $500,000  in  nonrecurring funds are appropriated for a base
   appropriations  project for the University of Miami Medical Training and
   Simulation Laboratory (HB 2799) (Senate Form 1169).


  56   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HISTORICALLY BLACK
        PRIVATE COLLEGES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       32,028,685

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 56, $30,421,685 is provided
   for the following institutions, which shall only be expended for student
   access and retention, or direct instructional purposes:

     Bethune-Cookman University................................  16,960,111
     Edward Waters University..................................   6,429,526
     Florida Memorial University...............................   7,032,048

   In  addition, $1,000,000 in recurring funding is provided for the Edward
   Waters  University  -  Institute  on  Criminal  Justice  (recurring base
   appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 56, nonrecurring funds are
   provided for the following:

   Bethune-Cookman University
     Mary McLeod Bethune Center (HB 4239) (Senate Form 2082)...      50,000
   Florida Memorial University
     Legal Scholars Pipeline Project at Florida Memorial
       University (HB 4531) (Senate Form 1766).................      57,000
     Cyber Innovation Hub (HB 4533) (Senate Form 1902).........     500,000

  57   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PRIVATE COLLEGES AND
        UNIVERSITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,007,183

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 57, $5,000,000 in recurring
   funds is provided for the following base appropriations projects:

     Embry-Riddle - Aerospace Academy..........................   3,000,000
     Jacksonville University - EPIC............................   2,000,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  57,  $11,007,183  in
   nonrecurring   funds   is  provided  for  the  following  appropriations
   projects:

     Barry University Nursing and Health Professional
       simulation program (HB 3013) (Senate Form 2167).........     276,483
     Flagler College Institute for Classical Education (HB
       4489) (Senate Form 1548)................................   5,000,000
     Florida Tech - Biomedical Aerospace Manufacturing (BAM)
       (HB 2185) (Senate Form 1019)............................   2,000,000
     Florida Tech - Restore Lagoon Inflow Research (HB 4635)
       (Senate Form 1404)......................................     921,500
     Herzing University Nursing - Simulation Centers (HB 9189)
       (Senate Form 1877)......................................     250,000
     Keiser University - Nursing Shortage: Increasing the
       Talent Workforce Supply Through Simulation, Faculty,
       and Technology (HB 3837) (Senate Form 2531).............   1,200,000
     Nova Southeastern University - Enhanced Funding to
       Support Individuals with Autism/DD (HB 3089) (Senate
       Form 1646)..............................................     300,000
     Saint Leo University Organic Farm (The Farm) Initiative
       (HB 3005) (Senate Form 2185)............................     311,700
     Saint Leo University Robotics Engineering Degree and
       Microcredentials Program (HB 3007) (Senate Form 1828)...     247,500
     Beacon College Tuition Scholarships for Students with
       Learning and Attention Issues (HB 2797) (Senate Form
       1710)...................................................     500,000

  58   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       EFFECTIVE ACCESS TO STUDENT EDUCATION
        GRANT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       75,410,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  58  are  provided  to support 37,705
   qualified  Florida  resident  students at $2,000 per student for tuition
   assistance pursuant to section 1009.89, Florida Statutes.

   The  Office of Student Financial Assistance may prorate the award in the

   second  term  and  provide a lesser amount if the funds appropriated are
   insufficient  to  provide  a  full  award  to all eligible students. The
   Office of Student Financial Assistance may also reallocate funds between
   institutions  if  an  eligible  institution fails to reach its estimated
   2022-2023 enrollment.

  58A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FACILITY REPAIRS MAINTENANCE AND
        CONSTRUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       46,080,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 58A, the following projects
   are funded with nonrecurring funds that shall be allocated as follows:

   Bethune Cookman University
     Mary McLeod Bethune Center (HB 4239) (Senate Form 2082)...      80,000
   Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
     Center for Aerospace Technologies (HB 2943) (Senate Form
       2593)...................................................  25,000,000
   Palm Beach Atlantic University
     Business School Building (Senate Form 2514)...............   5,000,000
   Saint Leo University
     Multipurpose Arena Complex (Senate Form 2504).............  15,000,000
     Robotics Engineering Degree and Microcredentials Program
       (HB 3007) (Senate Form 1828)............................   1,000,000

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      173,525,868

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       173,525,868

OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

PROGRAM: STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM - STATE

  59   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - BENACQUISTO SCHOLARSHIP
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       36,412,615

  60   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FIRST GENERATION IN COLLEGE MATCHING GRANT
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,617,326

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  60,  $2,654,332  shall be
   allocated  to  First  Generation  in  College Matching Grant Programs at
   Florida  colleges  for  need-based  financial  assistance as provided in
   section  1009.701,  Florida Statutes. If required matching funds are not
   raised  by  participating  Florida  colleges  or  state  universities by
   December  1,  2022,  the  remaining  funds shall be reallocated to First
   Generation  in  College  Matching  Grant Programs at Florida colleges or
   state universities that have remaining unmatched private contributions.

  61   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PREPAID TUITION SCHOLARSHIPS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,000,000

  62   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ABLE, INCORPORATED
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,770,000

  63   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MINORITY TEACHER
        SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,500,000

  64   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AID - NURSING STUDENT LOAN
        REIMBURSEMENT/ SCHOLARSHIPS
        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,233,006

  65   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       MARY MCLEOD BETHUNE SCHOLARSHIP
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          160,500

        FROM STATE STUDENT FINANCIAL
         ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND . . . . . . .                           160,500

  66   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      183,119,011

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  4  and  66,  the  sum of
   $284,981,712 is provided pursuant to the following guidelines:

     Florida Student Assistance Grant - Public Full & Part Time 236,044,017
     Florida Student Assistance Grant - Private................  23,612,502
     Florida Student Assistance Grant - Postsecondary..........   6,430,443
     Florida Student Assistance Grant - Career Education.......   3,309,050
     Children/Spouses of Deceased/Disabled Veterans............  13,486,880
     Florida Work Experience...................................   1,569,922
     Rosewood Family Scholarships..............................     256,747
     Florida Farmworker Scholarships...........................     272,151

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 66, $1,000,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for the Honorably
   Discharged  Graduate  Assistance  Program,  which  is  a  recurring base
   appropriations   project.  Such  funds  are  provided  for  supplemental
   need-based  veteran  educational benefits and shall be used to assist in
   the  payment  of  living expenses during holiday and semester breaks for
   active  duty  and  honorably  discharged members of the Armed Forces who
   served on or after September 11, 2001. To ensure students in both public
   and  private  institutions  have  an  opportunity  to  receive  funding,
   allocations  to  institutions  shall  be prorated based on the number of
   total eligible students at eligible institutions.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  66, $305,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided for the Randolph Bracy
   Ocoee   Scholarship   Program.  The  program  shall  provide  up  to  50
   scholarships  to  eligible students annually, in an amount up to $6,100,
   not to exceed the amount of the student's tuition and registration fees.
   To  be  eligible for an award, a student must: be a direct descendant of
   victims  of  the  Ocoee Election Day Riots of November 1920 or a current
   African-American   resident  of  Ocoee;  meet  the  general  eligibility
   requirements  for  student  eligibility  as  provided in section 1009.40
   Florida  Statutes;  file  an  application  within  the  established time
   limits;  and enrolled as a degree-seeking or certificate-seeking student
   at  a  state university, Florida college system institution, or a career
   center  authorized  by  law.  The department shall rank eligible initial
   applicants  for  the  purpose of awarding scholarships based on need, as
   determined by the department.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   66,   $250,000   in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Florida  College  to  Congress Opportunity Scholarship (HB 2953) (Senate
   Form 1981).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 66, $75,000 in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the Miami Gardens
   Higher  Education Initiative Scholarship Program (Senate Form 1901). The
   program  shall  be administered by the City of Miami Gardens and provide
   up  to  25 scholarships in an amount of $1,000 each to eligible students
   who are residents of the City of Miami Gardens.

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  4  and 66, the
   maximum  grant  to  any student from the Florida Public, Private, Career
   Education, and Postsecondary Assistance Grant Programs shall be $3,260.

   Institutions  that  received  state  funds  in Fiscal Year 2021-2022 for
   student  scholarships  or  grants  administered by the Office of Student
   Financial  Assistance shall submit the following two reports in a format
   prescribed by the Department of Education; both due by December 1, 2022.
   A  report  of  the following information by institution: 1) federal loan
   information,  including  the  total  federal  loan amounts disbursed and
   total  number  of  students  who  received federal loans; and 2) student
   level  data  for  all  grants,  scholarships, and awards to students who
   applied for and/or received state-funded tuition assistance and aid.

  67   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY SCHOLARSHIP
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,000,000


   The  recurring  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  67  are provided for
   the  Florida  Law  Enforcement  Academy  Scholarship  to  assist  in the
   recruitment  of  law  enforcement officers within the state by providing
   financial assistance to trainees who enroll in a commission-approved law
   enforcement  officer basic recruit training program at a Florida College
   System  institution  or school district technical center. Funds shall be
   awarded  on a first-come, first-served basis pursuant to, and contingent
   upon, HB 3 or substantially similar legislation becoming law.

  67A  FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       OUT-OF-STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIVALENCY
        REIMBURSEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000

   The  recurring  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  67A are provided for
   reimbursement   for  out-of-state  and  special  operations  forces  law
   enforcement  equivalency  training. The department, in consultation with
   the  Department  of Law Enforcement, shall reimburse eligible applicants
   who  relocate  from  outside the state or who transition from service in
   the  special  operations  forces  to  become a full-time law enforcement
   officer within this state for eligible expenses incurred while obtaining
   a  Florida law enforcement officer certification. Funds shall be awarded
   on a first-come, first-served basis pursuant to, and contingent upon, HB
   3 or substantially similar legislation becoming law.

  68   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       JOSE MARTI SCHOLARSHIP CHALLENGE GRANT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,000
        FROM STATE STUDENT FINANCIAL
         ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND . . . . . . .                            74,000

  69   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - DUAL ENROLLMENT
        SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,050,000

   The   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  69  are  provided  to  support
   public  postsecondary institutions in providing dual enrollment pursuant
   to section 1009.30, Florida Statutes.

  70   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       TRANSFER TO THE FLORIDA EDUCATION FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,500,000

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM - STATE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      268,179,452
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,467,506

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       269,646,958

PROGRAM: STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM - FEDERAL

  71   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       STUDENT FINANCIAL AID
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000

  72   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       TRANSFER DEFAULT FEES TO THE STUDENT LOAN
        GUARANTY RESERVE TRUST FUND
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,000

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STUDENT FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM - FEDERAL
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           105,000

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                           105,000

EARLY LEARNING

PROGRAM: EARLY LEARNING SERVICES

   From the funds in Specific Appropriations 73 through 85, any expenditure
   from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Block Grant must
   be  expended in accordance with the requirements and limitations of Part
   A  of  Title  IV  of  the  Social Security Act, as amended, or any other
   applicable  federal  requirement  or  limitation.  Before  any funds are

   released by the Department of Children and Families, each provider shall
   identify   the  number  of  clients  to  be  served  and  certify  their
   eligibility  under  Part A of Title IV of the Social Security Act. Funds
   may  not  be  released  for  services  to  any  clients  except those so
   identified and certified.

   The  agency  head or a designee shall certify that controls are in place
   to   ensure  that  such  funds  are  expended  in  accordance  with  the
   requirements   and   limitations  of  federal  law  and  that  reporting
   requirements  of  federal law are met. It shall be the responsibility of
   any  entity  to which such funds are appropriated to obtain the required
   certification prior to any expenditure of funds.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,909,878

  73   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       98.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,675,456
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         3,843,506

  74   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          114,887
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           210,711

  75   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          455,745
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           658,048
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           265,163

  76   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,000
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            15,000

  77   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,350,211
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         2,392,064
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        15,225,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  77, $129,179 in recurring
   funds  from  the  Child  Care  and Development Block Grant Trust Fund is
   provided  to  the  Department  of  Education to administer the Gold Seal
   Quality  Care  Program  established  pursuant  to  s.  1002.945, Florida
   Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   77,   $300,000   in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  and  $200,000  in nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund
   are  provided  to  the Department of Education to implement the customer
   service survey established pursuant to s. 1002.82(3), Florida Statutes.

  78   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PARTNERSHIP FOR SCHOOL
        READINESS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,848,957
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                        46,500,000
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         3,900,000

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 78, the following
   projects  are  funded  with  nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue
   Fund that shall be allocated as follows:

     Brain Bag Early Literacy Program (HB 3489) (Senate Form
       2049)...................................................     115,000
     Family Program Support Network (HB 4019) (Senate Form
       2255)...................................................     450,000
     LHANC - Rainbow Intergenerational Child Learning Center
       (HB 2689) (Senate Form 1122)............................     250,000
     Preschool Emergency Alert Response Learning System
       (PEARLS) (Senate Form 2291).............................     225,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 78, $3,000,000 in recurring

   funds  and  $7,000,000  in  nonrecurring  funds  from the Child Care and
   Development  Block  Grant  Trust  Fund  are  provided  for  the  Teacher
   Education  and  Compensation  Helps  Program (T.E.A.C.H.) as provided in
   section 1002.95, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 78, $1,400,000 in recurring
   funds  and  $2,500,000 in nonrecurring funds from the Welfare Transition
   Trust  Fund  is provided for the Home Instruction Program for Pre-School
   Youngsters  (HIPPY) (HB 3599) (Senate Form 1989) to deliver high quality
   school  readiness  curriculum directly to parents so they may strengthen
   the  cognitive  and  early  literacy  skills  of at risk children. Early
   learning  coalitions  will  work  with  HIPPY  program staff to identify
   participant  families  based on poverty, parents' limited education, and
   willingness  to actively participate in all aspects of the HIPPY program
   (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 78, $3,500,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  Child  Care and Development Block Grant Trust Fund are
   provided  to the Division of Early Learning for purposes of implementing
   the provisions of section 1002.82(2)(o), Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 78, $1,808,957 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund are provided for the Children's
   Forum  to  continue  the  Help  Me  Grow Florida Network (recurring base
   appropriations project).

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   78,  $3,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  is  provided  to  the  Division of Early Learning to competitively
   procure  for  the  early  learning  coalitions  established  pursuant to
   section  1002.83, Florida Statutes, a system of professional development
   that  significantly improves child care instructor quality. For purposes
   of  developing  the  competitive procurement, the division shall consult
   with the early learning coalitions.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  78,  $30,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  is  provided  to  the  Division of Early Learning to implement the
   Early  Literacy  Micro-credential incentives established pursuant to the
   provisions  of  SB  2524  and  is  contingent  upon  SB  2524 or similar
   legislation becoming law.

  79   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL READINESS
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      144,555,335
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                       839,867,236
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           500,000
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                        94,112,427

   For  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  79,  expenditures for Gold
   Seal  Quality Expenditure payments shall be reported as direct services.
   The  Division  of  Early Learning shall have the authority to reclassify
   Gold  Seal Quality Expenditure payments by the early learning coalitions
   and  statewide  contractors  to  meet  targeted federal requirements for
   improving  the  quality  of  infant and toddler child care to the extent
   allowable in the state's approved Child Care and Development Fund Plan.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  79,  $789,927,228  is
   provided  for  the  School  Readiness  Program and is allocated to early
   learning coalitions as follows:

     Alachua...................................................   7,267,290
     Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin, Washington, Holmes, Jackson.  12,249,865
     Brevard...................................................  18,718,907
     Broward...................................................  69,654,657
     Charlotte, DeSoto, Highlands, Hardee......................  12,394,412
     Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Union, Suwannee............   6,296,447
     Dade, Monroe.............................................. 112,234,696
     Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Citrus, Sumter....................  10,512,057
     Duval.....................................................  43,010,446
     Escambia..................................................  13,518,432
     Hendry, Glades, Collier, Lee..............................  44,142,015
     Hillsborough..............................................  60,184,636
     Lake......................................................  11,739,634
     Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Wakulla,

       Taylor..................................................  14,730,906
     Manatee...................................................  13,151,669
     Marion....................................................  14,110,645
     Martin, Okeechobee, Indian River..........................  11,409,548
     Okaloosa, Walton..........................................  10,241,302
     Orange....................................................  58,357,296
     Osceola...................................................  18,496,692
     Palm Beach................................................  46,734,163
     Pasco, Hernando...........................................  23,262,446
     Pinellas..................................................  28,872,833
     Polk......................................................  34,167,156
     St. Johns, Putnam, Clay, Nassau, Baker, Bradford..........  19,643,365
     St. Lucie.................................................  12,849,630
     Santa Rosa................................................   5,145,461
     Sarasota..................................................   8,213,321
     Seminole..................................................  12,823,740
     Volusia, Flagler..........................................  22,016,533
     Redlands Christian Migrant Association....................  13,777,028

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 79, provided for the School
   Readiness  Program  and  allocated to the early learning coalitions, the
   Division  of  Early  Learning shall have the ability to reallocate funds
   between  early  learning  coalitions if an early learning coalition does
   not  have  eligible  children  on  its  waiting  list  and  has  met its
   expenditure  cap pursuant to section 1002.89, Florida Statutes. At least
   14  days  prior  to  reallocating any funds, the department shall submit
   written notification to the Executive Office of the Governor's Office of
   Policy  and Budget, the chair of the Senate Committee on Appropriations,
   and  the  chair of the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee
   which  includes  the  total  amount  of  school  readiness  funds  being
   reallocated   and   the   early  learning  coalitions  involved  in  the
   reallocation.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  79, $950,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust Fund shall
   be   used  to  allocate  School  Readiness  Fraud  Restitution  payments
   collected in the prior year.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  79,  $40,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  is  provided  to  the  Department  of  Education to administer the
   differential  payment  program  allocation  established  pursuant  to s.
   1002.89(1)(c), Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  79,  $30,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  is  provided  to  expand  the  provision of services to low income
   families at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level as long as
   the  income does not exceed 85 percent of the state median income. Local
   matching  funds  can  be  derived  from  local  governments,  employers,
   charitable  foundations,  and  other sources so that Florida communities
   can create local partnerships focused on using the state and local funds
   for  direct services and expanding the number of school readiness slots.
   To  be  eligible for funding, an early learning coalition must match its
   portion  of  the  state  funds  with  a dollar-for-dollar match of local
   funds. The Division of Early Learning shall establish procedures for the
   match  program  that  shall  include  giving  priority to early learning
   coalitions  whose  local  match  complies  with  federal  Child Care and
   Development Block Grant matching requirements.

   The  Division  of Early Learning shall provide a report to the Executive
   Office  of  the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget, the chair of the
   Senate  Committee  on  Appropriations,  and  the  chair  of the House of
   Representatives  Appropriations  Committee  by  December  1,  2022, that
   includes  the  following  information about the division's allocation of
   the   $30,000,000   in   local   matching  funds  provided  in  Specific
   Appropriation  83 of chapter 2021-36, Laws of Florida: (1) the amount of
   funds  allocated  to  each  early learning coalition and a breakdown, by
   coalition,  of  the  amount of funds expended by the coalition on direct
   services  and  the  amount expended by the coalition on expanding school
   readiness  slots,  and  (2)  the  total number of school readiness slots
   funded by each early learning coalition with the local matching funds.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  79,  $72,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund is provided to expand school readiness services to families.


   The  Division  of Early Learning is directed to develop a methodology to
   evaluate  the relative per-child funding provided to each early learning
   coalition   through   the   base   school  readiness  allocation.   This
   methodology  must use 2021-22 FTE enrollment data available as of August
   10,  2022,  and  must factor in the average reimbursement rates for each
   care level and the district cost differential established pursuant to s.
   1011.62(2),  Florida  Statutes.  Once a weighted per-child allocation is
   calculated,  this  funding  must  be  allocated to increase the weighted
   per-child allocation as much as possible.

   Based on this methodology, the Division of Early Learning shall allocate
   these  funds by September 1, 2022. The division shall submit a report to
   the  Governor's  Office of Policy and Budget and the chair of the Senate
   Committee  on  Appropriations  and the chair of the House Appropriations
   Committee by September 1, 2022, on this allocation.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  79,  $70,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  is  provided  to  the Division of Early Learning to administer the
   Gold  Seal  Quality  Care  program allocation established pursuant to s.
   1002.89(1)(b), Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   79,  $5,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  is  provided  to  the Division of Early Learning to administer the
   special   needs  differential  allocation  established  pursuant  to  s.
   1002.89(1)(d), Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  79,  $71,157,770  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  is  provided to the Division of Early Learning to assist the early
   learning  coalitions  in  the transition to the school readiness program
   allocation   distribution  established  pursuant  to  s.  1002.89(1)(a),
   Florida  Statutes,  by ensuring all early learning coalitions receive at
   least  the  same amount of school readiness program funds as provided in
   Specific  Appropriation  83  of  chapter  2021-36, Laws of Florida.  The
   funds shall be distributed as follows:

     Alachua...................................................   5,448,305
     Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin, Washington, Holmes, Jackson.   1,818,298
     Brevard...................................................   4,884,345
     Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Union, Suwannee............   2,265,303
     Dade, Monroe..............................................  22,216,772
     Duval.....................................................   1,212,024
     Escambia..................................................   3,189,742
     Hillsborough..............................................     266,640
     Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Wakulla,
       Taylor..................................................   7,845,023
     Palm Beach................................................  11,741,472
     Pinellas..................................................   8,927,480
     St. Johns, Putnam, Clay, Nassau, Baker, Bradford..........   1,342,366

  80   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS- EARLY LEARNING STANDARDS
        AND ACCOUNTABILITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,095,525
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         2,847,075

   From   the  funds  in  the  Specific  Appropriation  80,  $2,847,075  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Child Care and Development Block Grant Trust
   Fund  and $1,195,525 in nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund
   are   provided   to   the   Department  of  Education  to  continue  the
   implementation  of  the Voluntary Prekindergarten Program Assessments as
   required in s. 1002.68, Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   80,   $900,000   in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund are provided to the
   Department  of  Education  to  utilize Voluntary Prekindergarten Program
   regional  facilitators  to  assist  early  learning  coalitions  in  the
   implementation  of  the Voluntary Prekindergarten Program Assessments as
   required in s. 1002.68, Florida Statutes.

  81   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,860

        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            17,374

  82   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - VOLUNTARY
        PREKINDERGARTEN PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      453,417,542
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                       100,000,000

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation 82, $453,417,542
   in  recurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  is   provided for the
   Voluntary  Prekindergarten  Education  Program  as  provided in sections
   1002.51  through  1002.79,  Florida  Statutes, and shall be allocated to
   early learning coalitions as indicated below. Pursuant to the provisions
   of  section  1002.71(3)(a), Florida Statutes, for Fiscal Year 2022-2023,
   the  base  student  allocation  per full-time equivalent student for the
   school year program shall be $2,803, and the base student allocation for
   the summer program shall be $2,393. The allocation includes four percent
   in  addition  to  the base student allocation to fund administrative and
   other  program  costs  of  the  early learning coalitions related to the
   Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  82, $453,417,542 shall be
   allocated as follows:

     Alachua...................................................   4,659,736
     Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin, Washington, Holmes, Jackson.   4,364,175
     Brevard...................................................  13,145,312
     Broward...................................................  43,973,704
     Charlotte, DeSoto, Highlands, Hardee......................   5,208,630
     Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Union, Suwannee............   3,183,563
     Dade, Monroe..............................................  60,874,428
     Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, Citrus, Sumter....................   5,243,573
     Duval.....................................................  26,886,264
     Escambia..................................................   5,276,225
     Hendry, Glades, Collier, Lee..............................  22,484,625
     Hillsborough..............................................  34,050,318
     Lake......................................................   7,266,593
     Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson, Liberty, Madison, Wakulla,
       Taylor..................................................   7,234,496
     Manatee...................................................   7,681,102
     Marion....................................................   6,093,675
     Martin, Okeechobee, Indian River..........................   6,930,235
     Okaloosa, Walton..........................................   6,302,443
     Orange....................................................  36,886,716
     Osceola...................................................  10,551,076
     Palm Beach................................................  33,914,015
     Pasco, Hernando...........................................  15,849,248
     Pinellas..................................................  16,305,298
     Polk......................................................  12,918,851
     St. Johns, Putnam, Clay, Nassau, Baker, Bradford..........  16,742,744
     St. Lucie.................................................   6,949,244
     Santa Rosa................................................   3,052,908
     Sarasota..................................................   5,404,924
     Seminole..................................................  12,183,714
     Volusia, Flagler..........................................  11,799,707

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation 82, $100,000,000
   in  nonrecurring  funds  from the Child Care and Development Block Grant
   Trust  Fund is provided for Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) providers to
   provide an additional increase for the 2022-2023 fiscal year in the base
   student  allocation per full-time equivalent student for the school year
   program  and  the summer program. Allocations will be distributed to the
   early  learning  coalitions using the same methodology to distribute the
   general  revenue  funds.  To be eligible for the additional base student
   allocation   funds,   the  provider  or  public  school  must  elect  to
   participate  in  the additional payment program following an application
   procedure established by the Division of Early Learning. The provider or
   public school will submit an attestation confirming, that within 30 days
   of  receiving  the additional funding, all VPK personnel employed by the
   provider or public school will receive wages of at least $15.00 per hour
   for VPK duties. Beginning January 1, 2023, an employee of a VPK provider
   under  contract  with the Division of Early Learning that has elected to
   receive  additional  base  student  allocation  funds  and  who  is  not
   receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour for VPK duties may petition
   the division for relief. If the division finds that the VPK provider has

   failed  to  comply  with  this provision, the division may terminate the
   provider's VPK contract.

  83   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           22,417
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             7,478

  84   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,174,329
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         2,175,003

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  84,  $88,200 in recurring
   funds from the General Revenue Fund and $163,800 in recurring funds from
   the  Child  Care  and Development Block Grant Trust Fund are provided to
   the  Department  of  Education  to  enhance  cloud  migration of mission
   critical   information   technology  infrastructure,  applications,  and
   cloud-based   disaster   recovery  to  strength  information  technology
   resiliency.

  85   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          211,952
        FROM CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           281,949

TOTAL: PROGRAM: EARLY LEARNING SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      610,933,216
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,112,818,034

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       98.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,723,751,250

PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP

   The calculations of the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) for the
   2022-2023  fiscal  year  are  incorporated  by reference in HB 5003. The
   calculations  are  the  basis  for  the  appropriations  in  the General
   Appropriations Act in Specific Appropriations 5, 6, 86, and 87.

   From  the funds in Specific Appropriations 5, 6, 86, and 87, each school
   district  must  pay each employee at least $15.00 per hour by October 1,
   2022.

   By  October  1,  2022, each superintendent must submit an attestation to
   the  Department  of  Education  subject  to the penalty of perjury under
   section 837.012, Florida Statutes, which includes a statement that every
   school district employee's hourly rate is at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1, 2023, an employee of a school district who is not
   receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour may bring a civil action in
   a  court of competent jurisdiction against the school district and, upon
   prevailing,  shall  recover the full amount of any back wages unlawfully
   withheld  plus  the  same  amount  as  liquidated  damages, and shall be
   awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In addition, they shall be
   entitled  to  such  legal  or  equitable relief as may be appropriate to
   remedy  the  violation  including,  without limitation, reinstatement in
   employment  and/or  injunctive  relief. Such actions may be brought as a
   class  action  pursuant  to  Rule  1.220  of  the Florida Rules of Civil
   Procedure.

  86   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA EDUCATIONAL
        FINANCE PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    9,543,030,819
        FROM STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND . . . .                       246,903,902

   Funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriations  5  and  86  shall  be
   allocated using a base student allocation of $4,587.40 for the FEFP.


   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 5 and 86, $800,000,000 is
   provided for the Teacher Salary Increase Allocation, pursuant to section
   1011.62,  Florida  Statutes.  The  amount  appropriated  for each school
   district  shall be the funding allocation to a school district as of the
   July 2022 Florida Education Finance Program Calculation.

   Fifty  percent of the $250,000,000 provided in Specific Appropriations 5
   and  86  for  the  Teacher  Salary  Increase  Allocation is provided for
   school  districts  to  increase  the  minimum  base salary for full-time
   classroom   teachers   as  defined  in  section  1012.01(2)(a),  Florida
   Statutes,  plus certified prekindergarten teachers funded in the Florida
   Education  Finance Program, but not including substitute teachers, to at
   least  $47,500,  or to the maximum amount achievable based on the school
   district's  allocation.  No  eligible  full-time classroom teacher shall
   receive  a  base salary less than the minimum base salary as adjusted by
   the  school  district's  allocation.  The remaining fifty percent of the
   $250,000,000,  plus any remaining funds from the district's share of the
   fifty  percent  stated  above,  shall  be  used  by  school districts as
   specified in section 1011.62, Florida Statutes.

   Funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriations   5  and  86  for  the
   supplemental allocation for juvenile justice education programs shall be
   allocated  pursuant to section 1011.62, Florida Statutes. The allocation
   factor shall be $922.54.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and  86,
   juvenile  justice  education programs shall receive funds as provided in
   section  1003.52(13),  Florida  Statutes.  Up to $341 per student may be
   used  for  high school equivalency examination fees for juvenile justice
   students  who pass the high school equivalency exam in full, or in part,
   while  in  a  juvenile  justice  education  program  and may be used for
   students  in  juvenile  justice education programs to support equipment,
   specially  designed  curricula, and industry credentialing testing fees,
   for  students  enrolled  in career and technical education (CTE) courses
   that lead to industry recognized certifications.

   The  district  cost  differential  (DCD)  for  each  district  shall  be
   calculated  pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  section  1011.62, Florida
   Statutes.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and  86,
   $62,469,312  is  provided  for  the  Sparsity  Supplement  as defined in
   section  1011.62,  Florida  Statutes, for school districts of 30,000 and
   fewer FTE in the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

   Total   Required  Local  Effort  for  Fiscal  Year  2022-2023  shall  be
   $8,852,197,815.  The total amount shall include adjustments made for the
   calculation  required  in  section  1011.62(4)(a)  through  (c), Florida
   Statutes.

   The  maximum nonvoted discretionary millage which may be levied pursuant
   to  the  provisions of section 1011.71(1), Florida Statutes, by district
   school  boards  in  Fiscal  Year  2022-2023  shall  be 0.748 mills. This
   millage shall be used to calculate the discretionary millage compression
   supplement  as  provided  in section 1011.62(5), Florida Statutes. To be
   eligible for the supplement, a district must levy the maximum.

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and  86 are based upon
   program cost factors for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 as follows:

   1. Basic Programs
      A. K-3 Basic................................................1.126
      B. 4-8 Basic................................................1.000
      C. 9-12 Basic...............................................0.999

   2. Programs for Exceptional Students
      A. Support Level 4..........................................3.674
      B. Support Level 5..........................................5.401

   3. English for Speakers of Other Languages ....................1.206
   4. Programs for Grades 9-12 Career Education...................0.999

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  5 and 86, $1,094,851,200
   is  provided  to  school  districts  as an Exceptional Student Education
   (ESE)  Guaranteed Allocation as authorized by law to provide educational
   programs  and  services  for  exceptional  students.  The ESE Guaranteed

   Allocation  funds  are  provided  in  addition  to  the  funds  for each
   exceptional student in the per FTE student calculation. School districts
   that  provided  educational  services  in  the 2021-2022 fiscal year for
   exceptional  students  who  are  residents  of other districts shall not
   discontinue  providing  such  services without the prior approval of the
   Department of Education. Expenditure requirements for the ESE Guaranteed
   Allocation  shall  be  as  prescribed  in  section  1010.20(3),  Florida
   Statutes, for programs for exceptional students.

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and 86, the
   value  of  43.35  weighted  FTE  students  is provided to supplement the
   funding for severely handicapped students served in ESE programs 254 and
   255  when  a school district has less than 10,000 FTE student enrollment
   and  less than three FTE eligible students per program. The Commissioner
   of  Education  shall allocate the value of the supplemental FTE based on
   documented evidence of the difference in the cost of the service and the
   amount  of  funds  received  in  the district's FEFP allocations for the
   students  being  served.  The  supplemental value shall not exceed three
   FTE.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 5 and 86, $210,000,000 is
   provided  for Safe Schools activities and shall be allocated as follows:
   $250,000  shall  be  distributed  to  each  district,  and the remaining
   balance   shall  be  allocated  pursuant  to  section  1011.62,  Florida
   Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 5 and 86, $719,314,907 is
   for Supplemental Academic Instruction to be provided pursuant to section
   1011.62, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  5 and 86, $24,383,050 is
   provided pursuant to section 1011.62, Florida Statutes, for a Turnaround
   School  Supplemental Services Allocation at a per FTE funding amount for
   eligible schools of $500.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 5 and 86, $170,000,000 is
   provided   for   a   K-12   comprehensive,   district-wide   system   of
   research-based  reading instruction pursuant to section 1011.62, Florida
   Statutes. The amount of $115,000 shall be allocated to each district and
   the  remaining   balance shall be allocated pursuant to section 1011.62,
   Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and  86,
   $246,978,361   is   provided   for   Instructional  Materials  including
   $13,041,792  for Library Media Materials, $3,564,756 for the purchase of
   science  lab  materials  and  supplies,  $11,056,278 for dual enrollment
   instructional  materials,  and  $3,334,158  for  the purchase of digital
   instructional  materials  for  students  with  disabilities.  The growth
   allocation  per  FTE  shall  be  $325.05  for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.
   School  districts  shall  pay  for  instructional materials used for the
   instruction of public high school students who are earning credit toward
   high  school graduation under the dual enrollment program as provided in
   section 1011.62, Florida Statutes.

   The  funds  provided  for  Instructional  Materials  may also be used by
   school districts to purchase electronic devices and technology equipment
   and infrastructure that comply with the eligible expenditures authorized
   pursuant  to  section 1011.62, Florida Statutes. Prior to release of the
   funds  by  the  department  to  a  school  district  for the purchase of
   electronic  devices  or  technology  equipment  or  infrastructure,  the
   district  must:  (1)  certify  that  it  has the instructional materials
   necessary  to  provide  instruction  aligned  to  the  adopted statewide
   benchmarks  and  standards,  and (2) include an expenditure plan for the
   purchase   of   electronic   devices   and   technology  equipment,  and
   infrastructure  that  demonstrates  its compliance with section 1011.62,
   Florida   Statutes.  The  department  shall  provide  a  report  to  the
   Legislature  on  or  before  March  1,  2023,  that details the district
   expenditures  for  these funds to demonstrate compliance with the amount
   made available for such purchases.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and  86,
   $515,009,084  is  provided  for  Student  Transportation  as provided in
   section 1011.68, Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and  86,
   $54,143,375  is  provided  for  the Teachers Classroom Supply Assistance
   Program  and  shall  be  given  to teachers pursuant to section 1012.71,

   Florida  Statutes.  The  allocation shall not be recalculated during the
   school year.

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations 5 and 86 for the Federally
   Connected  Student Supplement shall be allocated pursuant to the formula
   provided in section 1011.62, Florida Statutes.

   Districts  may charge a fee for grades K-12 voluntary, non-credit summer
   school  enrollment in basic program courses. The amount of any student's
   fee  shall  be  based  on the student's ability to pay and the student's
   financial need as determined by district school board policy.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 5 and 86, $140,000,000 is
   provided  for  the  Mental  Health  Assistance  Allocation  as  provided
   pursuant to section 1011.62, Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  5  and  86,
   $68,163,995  is  provided  for the Funding Compression and Hold Harmless
   allocation  to  be  allocated  based  on the formula provided in section
   1011.62,  Florida  Statutes.  For the funding compression, 25 percent of
   the  difference  between the district's prior year funds per FTE and the
   state  average  shall  be used to determine the allocation. A district's
   allocation  shall  not  be  greater  than  $100  per  FTE.  For the hold
   harmless, the index factor shall be 1.0.

  87   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CLASS SIZE REDUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    2,706,134,072
        FROM STATE SCHOOL TRUST FUND . . . .                        86,161,098

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  6  and 87 are provided to implement
   the requirements of sections 1003.03 and 1011.685, Florida Statutes. The
   class  size  reduction  allocation  factor for grades prekindergarten to
   grade  3  shall  be $964.60, for grades 4 to 8 shall be $920.98, and for
   grades  9  to  12  shall be $923.21. The class size reduction allocation
   shall  be  recalculated based on enrollment through the October 2022 FTE
   survey  except  as  provided in section 1003.03(4), Florida Statutes. If
   the   total   class  size  reduction  allocation  is  greater  than  the
   appropriation  in  Specific  Appropriations  6  and  87,  funds shall be
   prorated  to  the  level  of  the appropriation based on each district's
   calculated   amount.   The   Commissioner   of  Education  may  withhold
   disbursement  of  these  funds  until  a  district is in compliance with
   reporting information required for class size reduction implementation.

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - FEFP
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   12,249,164,891
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       333,065,000

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    12,582,229,891

PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - NON FEFP

   Of  the  funds provided for school district matching grants and regional
   education  consortium  programs in Specific Appropriations 94 and 99, 60
   percent  shall  be  released  to  the  Department  of  Education  at the
   beginning  of  the first quarter and the balance at the beginning of the
   third  quarter.  The Department of Education shall disburse the funds to
   eligible entities within 30 days of release.

   Funds  provided  in Specific Appropriations 88 through 109 shall be used
   to serve Florida students.

  88   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - THE COACH AARON FEIS
        GUARDIAN PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  88  shall  be  used  to  certify and
   train school guardians as provided in section 30.15, Florida Statutes.

  88A  AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL RECOGNITION
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      200,000,000


  89   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - ASSISTANCE TO LOW
        PERFORMING SCHOOLS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  89  may  be used to contract for the
   operation  of  the Florida Partnership for Minority and Underrepresented
   Student Achievement and to achieve the partnership's mission as provided
   in  section  1007.35,  Florida Statutes. The funds shall be expended for
   professional development for Advanced Placement classroom teachers.

  90   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - TAKE STOCK IN CHILDREN
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,125,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  90  are  provided for the Take Stock
   in Children program (recurring base appropriations project).

  91   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MENTORING/STUDENT
        ASSISTANCE INITIATIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,897,988

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 91, the following
   projects  are  funded  with  recurring  funds that shall be allocated as
   follows:

     Best Buddies (Recurring Base Appropriations Project)......     700,000
     Big Brothers Big Sisters (Recurring Base Appropriations
       Project)................................................   2,980,248
     Florida Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs (Recurring Base
       Appropriations Project).................................   3,652,768
     Teen Trendsetters (Recurring Base Appropriations Project).     300,000
     YMCA State Alliance/YMCA Reads (Recurring Base
       Appropriations Project).................................     764,972

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 91, the following
   projects  are  funded with nonrecurring funds that shall be allocated as
   follows:

     Best Buddies Mentoring & Student Assistance Initiative
       (HB 2745) (Senate Form 1157)............................     350,000
     Big Brothers Big Sisters Bigs Inspiring Scholastic
       Success (BISS) Project (HB 2979) (Senate Form 1499).....     750,000
     Florida Youth Leadership, Mentoring and Character
       Education Pilot Program (HB 9023) (Senate Form 2115)....     500,000
     Foundation for Community Driven Innovation - STEAM
       Education Program (HB 4823) (Senate Form 1278)..........      50,000
     Mentoring Tomorrow's Leaders- Broward County Public
       Schools (HB 3713) (Senate Form 1976)....................     500,000
     St. Cloud Boys & Girls Club (HB 3959).....................     300,000
     Tallahassee Lighthouse At-Risk Mentorship Program (HB
       9015) (Senate Form 2187)................................     250,000
     YMCA State Alliance/YMCA Reads (HB 2065) (Senate Form
       1129)...................................................     500,000
     Youth Of Valor Empowerment (Y.O.V.E.) Program (HB 2765)
       (Senate Form 2690)......................................     300,000

  92   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COLLEGE REACH OUT
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000

  93   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA DIAGNOSTIC AND
        LEARNING RESOURCES CENTERS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,700,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  93  shall  be allocated to
   the  Multidisciplinary  Educational  Services  Centers  as  provided  in
   section 1006.03, Florida Statutes, as follows:

     University of Florida.....................................   1,450,000
     University of Miami.......................................   1,450,000
     Florida State University..................................   1,450,000
     University of South Florida...............................   1,450,000

     University of Florida Health Science Center at
       Jacksonville............................................   1,450,000
     Keiser University.........................................   1,450,000

   Each  center  shall  provide  a report to the Department of Education by
   September  1,  2022,  for  the  prior fiscal year that shall include the
   following:  (1) the number of children served, (2) the number of parents
   served,  (3) the number of persons participating in in-service education
   activities,  (4)  the  number  of  districts  served,  and  (5) specific
   services provided.

  94   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL DISTRICT
        EDUCATION FOUNDATION MATCHING GRANTS
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  94  are provided as challenge grants
   to  public school district education foundations for programs that serve
   low-performing    students,   technical   career   education,   literacy
   initiatives,  Science,  Technology,  Engineering,  Math (STEM) Education
   initiatives, increased teacher quality and/or increased graduation rates
   as  provided  in  section 1011.765, Florida Statutes. The amount of each
   grant  shall  be  equal to the private contribution made to a qualifying
   public school district education foundation. In-kind contributions shall
   not  be  considered  for matching purposes. Administrative costs for the
   program shall not exceed five percent.

   Prior   to  any  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  94  being
   disbursed to any public school district education foundation, the public
   school district foundation must certify to the Commissioner of Education
   that  the  private  cash has actually been received by the public school
   education  foundation  seeking matching funds. The Consortium of Florida
   Education Foundations shall be the fiscal agent for this program.

  95   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       EDUCATOR PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,021,560

   The  funds  provided  for  Educator  Professional Liability Insurance in
   Specific   Appropriation  95  shall  be  100  percent  released  to  the
   Department of Education at the beginning of the first quarter.

  96   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TEACHER AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR DEATH
        BENEFITS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           36,321

  97   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          398,592
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            44,556

  98   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - AUTISM PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       12,000,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  98  are for Autism Centers
   as provided in section 1004.55, Florida Statutes, and shall be allocated
   as follows:

     Florida Atlantic University...............................   1,349,076
     Florida State University (College of Medicine)............   1,562,563
     University of Central Florida.............................   2,197,837
     University of Florida (College of Medicine)...............   1,376,034
     University of Florida (Jacksonville)......................   1,369,445
     University of Miami (Department of Psychology) including
       $499,979 for activities in Broward County through Nova
       Southeastern University.................................   2,300,674
     University of South Florida/Florida Mental Health
       Institute...............................................   1,844,371

   Autism  Centers  shall  provide  appropriate  nutritional information to
   parents   of   children   served  through  funds  provided  in  Specific
   Appropriation  98.  Summaries  of  outcomes  for  the  prior fiscal year
   shall be submitted to the Department of Education by September 1, 2022.


  99   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - REGIONAL EDUCATION
        CONSORTIUM SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,750,000

 100   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       17,419,426

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 100, the following
   shall be allocated from recurring funds:

     Computer Science Certification and Teacher Bonuses as
       provided in section 1007.2616, Florida Statutes.........  10,000,000
     Mental Health Awareness and Assistance Training as
       provided in section 1012.584, Florida Statutes..........   5,500,000
     Principal of the Year as provided in section 1012.986,
       Florida Statutes........................................      29,426
     School Related Personnel of the Year as provided in
       section 1012.21, Florida Statutes.......................     370,000
     Teacher of the Year as provided in section 1012.77,
       Florida Statutes........................................     770,000

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 100 for the Teacher
   of  the  Year  Program,  $770,000  is  provided for financial awards, in
   conjunction   with   any   private   donations,  resulting  in  district
   participants  receiving  a  minimum  total  award amount of $10,000; the
   selected  finalists  receiving a minimum total award of $15,000; and the
   Teacher of the Year receiving a minimum total award amount of $20,000.

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  100 for the School Related Personnel
   of  the  Year  Program are provided for financial awards of up to $5,000
   for  participants  of  the  program;  the selected finalists receiving a
   total  award  of  up  to $6,500; and the School Related Personnel of the
   Year receiving a total award amount of up to $10,000.

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation 100 for Principal, Teacher,
   or  School  Related Personnel of the Year may be disbursed to districts,
   schools, or individuals.

   Funds    in    Specific   Appropriation   100   for   Computer   Science
   Certification  and  Teachers  Bonuses  are provided to the Department of
   Education and shall be allocated to school districts pursuant to section
   1007.2616, Florida Statutes. The department shall submit a report to the
   Legislature  by June 30, 2023, that details how the funds were allocated
   by school district.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  100, $24,723 in recurring
   funds  and  $725,277  in  nonrecurring  funds  are  provided for Florida
   Association  of  District School Superintendents Training as provided in
   section 1001.47, Florida Statutes.

 101   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - STRATEGIC STATEWIDE
        INITIATIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       26,895,868
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,100,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 101, nonrecurring funds are
   provided for the following:

     AMIkids Recovery of Education Disparities (HB 3569)
       (Senate Form 1524)......................................   1,200,000
     Code/Art Computer Coding Program (HB 3859) (Senate Form
       1997)...................................................     250,000
     General Operating Support for Educational Programming (HB
       3779) (Senate Form 2703)................................     350,000
     Learning Ally/FSU Dyslexia Screener (HB 3727) (Senate
       Form 2179)..............................................   1,500,000
     School Bond Issuance Database (HB 2713) (Senate Form 1126)     670,223
     VFW Youth Civics Education Scholarship and Civics
       Educator of the Year Recognition Program (HB 4181)
       (Senate Form 1691)......................................     100,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 101, $845,000 in recurring
   funds and $50,000 in nonrecurring funds is provided to the Department of

   Education  for  use  of  the Florida Safe Schools Assessment Tool at all
   public school sites, pursuant to section 1006.1493, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 101, $3,000,000 in recurring
   funds  is  provided  to  the  Department  of  Education to implement the
   provisions as provided in section 1001.212(6), Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 101, $1,400,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund and $1,100,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the Federal Grants Trust Fund are provided to
   the Department of Education to support the Regional Literacy Teams.

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 101, $15,000,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund are provided to the
   Department  of  Education  to implement the Driving Choice Grant Program
   established pursuant to s. 1006.27, Florida Statutes, and are contingent
   upon SB 2524 or similar legislation becoming law.

 102A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NEW WORLDS READING
        SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       29,000,000

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 102A, are provided in the amount
   of  $500  per  student for each scholarship award as provided in section
   1002.411, Florida Statutes.

 102B  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOLS OF HOPE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       40,000,000

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 102B are provided for Schools of
   Hope as provided in section 1002.333, Florida Statutes.

 103   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COMMUNITY SCHOOL GRANT
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,574,408

   The   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  103  are  provided  to  the
   Department  of  Education  to support the planning and implementation of
   community school programs pursuant to section 1003.64, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 103, $393,837 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided for the planning and
   implementation of the community partnership schools program in Jefferson
   County School District.

 103A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SEED SCHOOL OF MIAMI
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,716,592

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  103A  are provided for the SEED
   School of Miami as provided in section 1002.3305, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  103A,  the SEED School of
   Miami must pay each employee at least $15.00 per hour.

   By  October  1, 2022, the Head of the School of the SEED School of Miami
   must submit an attestation to the Department of Education subject to the
   penalty  of  perjury  under  section  837.012,  Florida  Statutes, which
   includes  a  statement  that  every  school employee's hourly rate is at
   least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1, 2023, an employee of the SEED School of Miami who
   is  not  receiving  a wage of at least $15.00 per hour may bring a civil
   action in a court of competent jurisdiction against the school and, upon
   prevailing,  shall  recover the full amount of any back wages unlawfully
   withheld  plus  the  same  amount  as  liquidated  damages, and shall be
   awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In addition, they shall be
   entitled  to  such  legal  or  equitable relief as may be appropriate to
   remedy  the  violation  including,  without limitation, reinstatement in
   employment  and/or  injunctive  relief. Such actions may be brought as a
   class  action  pursuant  to  Rule  1.220  of  the Florida Rules of Civil
   Procedure.


 104   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL AND INSTRUCTIONAL
        ENHANCEMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       46,440,061

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  104,  the  following
   appropriation  projects  are  funded  with recurring funds that shall be
   allocated as follows:

     African American Task Force (Recurring Base
       Appropriations Project).................................     100,000
     AMI Kids (Recurring Base Appropriations Project)..........   1,100,000
     Early Childhood Music Education Incentive Pilot Program
       as provided in section 1003.481, Florida Statutes.......     400,000
     Florida Holocaust Museum (Recurring Base Appropriations
       Project)................................................     600,000
     Girl Scouts of Florida (Recurring Base Appropriations
       Project)................................................     267,635
     Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach (Recurring Base
       Appropriations Project).................................      66,501
     Holocaust Task Force (Recurring Base Appropriations
       Project)................................................     100,000
     State Science Fair (Recurring Base Appropriations Project)      72,032
     YMCA Youth in Government (Recurring Base Appropriations
       Project)................................................     100,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 104, nonrecurring funds are
   provided for the following:

     Academy at the Farm, Pasco (HB 3009) (Senate Form 2174)...     160,000
     African American Cemetery Education Tampa Bay (HB 4815)
       (Senate Form 1469)......................................     750,000
     After-School All-Stars (HB 3455) (Senate Form 1258).......   1,125,000
     All Pro Dad's Fatherhood Involvement in Literacy and
       Family Engagement (HB 3083) (Senate Form 1849)..........   1,200,000
     AmSkills Youth Career Discovery Camps (HB 3839) (Senate
       Form 1300)..............................................     650,000
     Aviate Lake (HB 3193) (Senate Form 1724)..................     350,000
     BLUE Missions REACH Program (HB 3003) (Senate Form 1179)..     850,000
     Breakthrough Miami (HB 4043) (Senate Form 1262)...........     750,000
     Canes Construction Academy, Citrus High School (HB 4965)
       (Senate Form 1705)......................................     162,200
     Crockett Explorers (HB 2971) (Senate Form 1936)...........     350,000
     D.U.S.T. (Developing Urban Sophisticated Technocrats) (HB
       2049) (Senate Form 1232)................................     250,000
     East Mims Innovation Lab (HB 4163) (Senate Form 2653).....     185,000
     First Tee (CHAMP) Comprehensive Health and Mentoring
       Program for At Risk and Developmentally Disabled
       Students and Young Adults. (HB 2413) (Senate Form 1261).     450,000
     Florida Children's Initiative Academic support and Job
       training Program (Senate Form 1241).....................   1,167,000
     Florida Debate Initiative, Inc. (HB 4865) (Senate Form
       1257)...................................................   1,000,000
     Florida Teacher Recruitment (HB 3409).....................     250,000
     Florida Trade Academy (Pre-Apprenticeship Program) (HB
       2711) (Senate Form 1979)................................     503,788
     Freeport High School - Aquaculture Marine Academy Program
       (HB 3919) (Senate Form 2442)............................     500,000
     Future Career Academy (FCA) (HB 4923) (Senate Form 1957)..     400,000
     General Daniel Chappie James Flight Academy New facility
       equipment and furnishings (Senate Form 2319)............     130,000
     Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach (HB 2965) (Senate Form
       1753)...................................................     333,499
     Hosford School / Tolar School Intercom Upgrades (HB 9369)
       (Senate Form 1813)......................................      92,000
     HSU Educational Foundation - Proposal for Non-public CTE
       Certification Pilot Program (HB 4557)...................     258,000
     In School Music Program (HB 2179) (Senate Form 1647)......      12,000
     Learning for Life (HB 4059) (Senate Form 2158)............     500,000
     Liberty County School District School Bus Replacement (HB
       9367) (Senate Form 1812)................................     123,000
     Lil Abner Foundation #1 & Expansion into a second
       location (HB 2809) (Senate Form 1009)...................     447,090
     Loggerhead Marinelife Center Educational Material for
       Underserved Youth (HB 2383) (Senate Form 1663)..........     250,000
     Magic of Orange County Conservation and STEM

       Environmental Outdoor Learning for K-12 and Beyond (HB
       2063) (Senate Form 1345)................................     162,000
     Moffitt Cancer Center Partnership School (Senate Form
       1185)...................................................     115,181
     Muzology (HB 2715) (Senate Form 1441).....................     960,000
     National Flight Academy (HB 3487) (Senate Form 2201)......     421,495
     Near Peer Coaching for Postsecondary Success (HB 2691)
       (Senate Form 1310)......................................     500,000
     New World School of the Arts (Senate Form 2280)...........     500,000
     Northeast Florida 21st Century Workforce Development (HB
       4673) (Senate Form 1295)................................     975,000
     Nutrition Education for School Health and Wellness
       (Senate Form 1006)......................................     333,000
     Overtown Youth Center (HB 4151) (Senate Form 1925)........   1,000,000
     Panhandle Holocaust Education & Teacher Training Center
       (HB 2399) (Senate Form 1891)............................     300,000
     Paxton School - Academy of Agritechnology (HB 3917)
       (Senate Form 2441)......................................     500,000
     Pinellas County Schools - Summer Career Acceleration
       Internship Program (HB 4509) (Senate Form 1100).........     500,000
     Putnam County Schools Construction Academy (HB 4709)
       (Senate Form 1473)......................................     323,000
     READ USA Book Choice and Ownership Program (HB 4479)
       (Senate Form 2484)......................................     255,000
     Safer, Smarter Schools (HB 3955) (Senate Form 2097).......   2,000,000
     Security Funding in Jewish Day Schools (HB 3689) (Senate
       Form 1195)..............................................   3,500,000
     SLPS: Growing Teachers From Within (HB 2323) (Senate Form
       1102)...................................................     984,900
     State Academic Tournament (HB 3075) (Senate Form 1553)....     150,000
     STEM Education Program at the Grand Avenue Center (HB
       4233) (Senate Form 2677)................................     417,000
     STEM Teacher Pilot Program (HB 2635) (Senate Form 1558)...   1,000,000
     Stop the Violence & Embrace Afterschool Program (Senate
       Form 1494)..............................................     103,000
     Summer Enrichment Program (HB 4327) (Senate Form 2008)....     315,740
     The Ben Franklin Project (Senate Form 2656)...............   3,000,000
     The Florida Holocaust Museum: Security & Educational
       Enhancements for Students, Educators & Scholars (HB
       2771) (Senate Form 1305)................................   5,000,000
     The Florida Orchestra: Music Education for All (HB 2961)
       (Senate Bill 1842)......................................     600,000
     Vets in Class - Guest Lecturer to Substitute Teacher
       Pilot Program (HB 4627) (Senate Form 2506)..............     245,000
     Walkabouts Kinesthetic Learning Program Pilot (HB 4009)
       (Senate Form 1730)......................................     700,000
     YMCA Youth in Government (HB 2075) (Senate Form 1130).....     300,000
     Youth At Risk Program (HB 2705) (Senate Form 1171)........     275,000

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 104, $5,000,000 in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund are provided to support
   the  operational  transition  of  the  Jefferson  County  schools to the
   Jefferson  County  School  Board  of which $3,200,000 shall be placed in
   reserve.   The  Department  of  Education, on behalf of Jefferson County
   School  District,  is  authorized to submit budget amendments requesting
   release  of  these  funds  pursuant  to  the  provisions of chapter 216,
   Florida  Statutes.   Release  is  contingent  upon  the  submission  and
   approval  of  a  detailed spend plan that documents how Jefferson County
   School  District  will  use  the  funds  to  help  the  school  district
   transition  into  a  fully autonomous, highly effective school district.
   The  Department  of  Education shall submit quarterly status reports, on
   behalf  of  Jefferson County School District, to the Executive Office of
   the  Governor's  Office  of  Policy  and Budget, the chair of the Senate
   Committee   on   Appropriations,   and   the   chair  of  the  House  of
   Representatives  Appropriations  Committee.   Each  report  must include
   progress  made  to  date  for  each  milestone, planned and actual costs
   incurred, and any current issues and risk.

 105   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,542,506
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,333,354

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 105, the following recurring
   funds from the General Revenue Fund shall be allocated as follows:

     Auditory-Oral Education Grant Funding (recurring base

       appropriations project).................................     750,000
     Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System
       Associate Centers as provided in section 1006.03,
       Florida Statutes........................................     577,758
     Learning Through Listening (recurring base appropriations
       project)................................................   1,141,704
     Special Olympics (recurring base appropriations project)..     250,000
     The Family Cafe (recurring base appropriations project)...     350,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  105,  the  following
   nonrecurring  funds  from the General Revenue Fund shall be allocated as
   follows:

     Learning Independence for Tomorrow, Inc. (LiFT) Campus
       (HB 2789) (Senate Form 1188)............................     300,000
     Learning Through Listening (HB 4863) (Senate Form 2259)...     593,044
     Special Olympics (HB 2043) (Senate Form 1686).............     250,000
     Spell 2 Communicate Pilot Program at Ave Maria
       Preparatory School (HB 9301) (Senate Form 2055).........     530,000
     The Family Cafe (HB 4451) (Senate Form 1275)..............     600,000
     Unicorn Children's Foundation: Vocational Jobs Training
       for Developmentally Disabled Young Adults (HB 2709)
       (Senate Form 1159)......................................     200,000

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   105  for  The  Family  Cafe  are
   supplemental  and shall not be used to replace or supplant current funds
   awarded for The Family Cafe project.

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  105  from  the  Federal Grants Trust
   Fund shall be allocated as follows:

     Florida Instructional Materials Center for the Visually
       Impaired as provided in section 1003.55, Florida
       Statutes................................................     270,987
     Multi-Agency Service Network for Students with Severe
       Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance as provided in section
       1006.04, Florida Statutes...............................     750,322
     Portal to Exceptional Education Resources as provided in
       section 1003.576, Florida Statutes......................     786,217
     Resource Materials Technology Center for
       Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing as provided in section 1003.55,
       Florida Statutes........................................     191,828
     Very Special Arts (recurring base appropriations project).     334,000

   Funds   provided   in   Specific  Appropriation  105  for  Auditory-Oral
   Education  Grants  shall  only  be  awarded to Florida public or private
   nonprofit  school  programs  serving deaf children in multiple counties,
   from  birth  to  age seven, including rural and underserved areas. These
   schools  must  solely offer auditory-oral education programs, as defined
   in section 1002.391, Florida Statutes, and have a supervisor and faculty
   members  who are credentialed as Certified Listening and Spoken Language
   Specialists.

   The  amount  of  the grants shall be based on the specific needs of each
   eligible  student.  Each  eligible  school  that has insufficient public
   funds  to  provide the educational and related services specified in the
   Individual Education Plan (IEP) or Individual Family Service Plan (IFSP)
   of  eligible  students  aged  birth  to  seven  years  may  submit grant
   applications  to  the Department of Education. Applications must include
   an  itemized  list  of total costs, the amount of public funds available
   for  those  students without the grant, and the additional amount needed
   for  the  services  identified in each students' respective IEP or IFSP.
   The   department  shall  develop  an  appropriate  application,  provide
   instructions  and  administer this grant program to ensure minimum delay
   in  providing  the  IEP or IFSP services for all eligible students. Each
   school  shall be accountable for assuring that the public funds received
   are  expended only for services for the eligible student as described in
   the  application and shall provide a report documenting expenditures for
   the 2022-2023 fiscal year to the department by September 30, 2023.

 106   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       53,214,690
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             5,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,201,740
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,626,339


   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  106,  the  school  shall
   contract  for  health,  medical,  pharmaceutical  and  dental  screening
   services  for students. The school shall develop a collaborative service
   agreement  for  medical  services and shall maximize the recovery of all
   legally  available  funds  from Medicaid and private insurance coverage.
   The school shall report to the Legislature by June 30, 2023, information
   describing  the  agreement,  services provided, budget and expenditures,
   including   the  amounts  and  sources  of  all  funding  used  for  the
   collaborative  medical  program  and  any  other student health services
   during the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  106, $84,289 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund are provided in lieu of funding
   authorized  by  section  1011.62,  Florida  Statutes,  and  provided  in
   Specific  Appropriation 86 to participate in the Teacher Salary Increase
   Allocation.

 107   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          188,416
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            37,183

 108   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PUBLIC SCHOOLS SPECIAL PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       40,366,300

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 108, the following projects
   are funded with nonrecurring funds that shall be allocated as follows:

     Academy at the Farm, Pasco (HB 3009) (Senate Form 2174)...  11,695,000
     Canes Construction Academy, Citrus High School (HB 4965)
       (Senate Form 1705)......................................      91,300
     Firefighting Program at Palm Bay Magnet High School (HB
       2333) (Senate Form 1366)................................     980,000
     Lafayette District Schools Safe and Secure Schools
       Electronic Access Control Key System (HB 9341) (Senate
       Form 2646 ).............................................     400,000
     Moffitt Cancer Center Partnership School (Senate Form
       1185)...................................................   7,000,000
     Putnam County Schools Construction Academy (HB 4709)
       (Senate Form 1473)......................................     200,000

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 108, $20,000,000 in
   nonrecurring funds is provided for the School Hardening Grant program to
   improve  the physical security of school buildings based on the security
   risk  assessment  required  by  section  1006.1493, Florida Statutes. By
   December 31, 2022, school districts and charter schools receiving School
   Hardening  Grant  program  funds  shall  report  to  the  Department  of
   Education, in a format prescribed by the department, the total estimated
   costs  of their unmet school campus hardening needs as identified by the
   Florida  Safe  Schools  Assessment  Tool  (FSSAT)  conducted pursuant to
   Section  1006.1493,  Florida  Statutes.  The  report  should  include  a
   prioritized  list  of  school  hardening  project  needs  by each school
   district  or  charter  school and an expected timeframe for implementing
   those  projects.  In accordance with Sections 119.071(3)(a) and 281.301,
   Florida   Statutes,  data  and  information  related  to  security  risk
   assessments  administered pursuant to section 1006.1493 are confidential
   and  exempt from public records requirements. Funds may only be used for
   capital  purchases.  Funds  shall  be  allocated initially based on each
   district's  capital outlay FTE and charter school FTE. No district shall
   be  allocated  less  than  $42,000.  Funds  shall  be  provided based on
   district  application,  which  must  be  submitted  to the Department of
   Education by February 1, 2023.

 109   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FACILITY REPAIRS MAINTENANCE AND
        CONSTRUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,925,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 109, the following projects
   are funded with nonrecurring funds that shall be allocated as follows:


     Busch Wildlife Sanctuary Environmental Education Center
       (HB 2345) (Senate Form 1303)............................     500,000
     City of Hialeah Educational Academy (COHEA) Expansion (HB
       2687) (Senate Form 1664)................................   2,900,000
     City of Hialeah Gardens Education and Youth Activities
       Center (HB 3711) (Senate Form 1791).....................   1,600,000
     East Mims Innovation Lab (HB 4163) (Senate Form 2653).....     325,000
     Learning Independence for Tomorrow, Inc. (LiFT) Campus
       (HB 2789) (Senate Form 1188)............................     700,000
     Mote Marine STEM Education Facilities (HB 2509) (Senate
       Form 1951)..............................................   5,000,000
     Pinellas County - Pinellas County Schools Joint Use
       Recreation Facility (HB 4503)...........................     400,000
     Security Funding in Jewish Day Schools (HB 3689) (Senate
       Form 1195)..............................................     500,000
     Straz Center and Patel Conservatory Master Plan
       Expansions (HB 2463) (Senate Form 2161).................   5,000,000

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE GRANTS/K-12 PROGRAM - NON FEFP
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      554,712,728
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         8,348,172

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       563,060,900

PROGRAM: FEDERAL GRANTS K/12 PROGRAM

 110   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PROJECTS, CONTRACTS AND
        GRANTS
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,999,420

 111   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FEDERAL GRANTS AND AIDS
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           353,962
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                     2,286,470,556

 112   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DOMESTIC SECURITY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         5,409,971

TOTAL: PROGRAM: FEDERAL GRANTS K/12 PROGRAM
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     2,296,233,909

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     2,296,233,909

PROGRAM: EDUCATIONAL MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

 113   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CAPITOL TECHNICAL CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          504,146

 114   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PUBLIC BROADCASTING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,525,852

   The  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation 114 shall be allocated
   as follows:

     Florida Channel Closed Captioning.........................     390,862
     Florida Channel Satellite Transponder Operations..........     800,000
     Florida Channel Statewide Governmental and Cultural
       Affairs Programming.....................................     497,522
     Florida Channel Year Round Coverage.......................   2,926,387
     Florida Public Radio Emergency Network Storm Center.......     166,270
     Public Radio Stations (recurring base appropriations
       project)................................................   1,300,000
     Public Television Stations................................   4,444,811

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 114, "Governmental
   Affairs  for Public Television" shall be produced by the same contractor
   selected by the Legislature to produce "The Florida Channel".

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  114  for Public
   Television   Stations,  $370,400  shall  be  allocated  to  each  public
   television  station recommended by the Commissioner of Education. Public
   Radio Stations shall be allocated $100,000 per station.


   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 114 for the Florida
   Channel  Satellite  Transponder  Operations,  the  Florida Channel shall
   contract  for  the  leasing,  management  and  operation  of  the  state
   transponder  with the same public broadcasting station that produces the
   Florida Channel.

TOTAL: PROGRAM: EDUCATIONAL MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       11,029,998

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        11,029,998

PROGRAM: WORKFORCE EDUCATION

 115   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       PERFORMANCE BASED INCENTIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,500,000

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  115  shall  be  provided  by  the
   Department  of  Education  to  district workforce education programs for
   students   who  earned  industry  certifications  during  the  2021-2022
   academic  year.  Funding  shall be based on students who earned industry
   certifications  with a school district postsecondary funding designation
   on the CAPE Industry Certification Funding List.

   These  performance  funds shall not be awarded for certifications earned
   through  continuing workforce education programs. School districts shall
   maintain documentation for student attainment of industry certifications
   that  are  eligible  for  performance funding. The Auditor General shall
   verify  compliance  with  this  requirement during scheduled operational
   audits  of  the school districts. If a district is unable to comply, the
   district shall refund the performance funding to the state.

 116   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
        FEDERAL FLOW-THROUGH FUNDS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        49,301,709

 117   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - OPEN DOOR GRANT PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,000,000

   The  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 117 are provided to the
   Department  of  Education  for District Workforce Education to implement
   the  provisions  relating  to  the  Open  Door  Grant Program in section
   1009.895, Florida Statutes.

 118   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      259,849,635

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  7  from  the  Educational
   Enhancement   Trust   Fund  and  Specific  Appropriation  118  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund,  $390,356,891  is  provided  for school district
   workforce  education programs as defined in section 1004.02(25), Florida
   Statutes, and is allocated as follows:

     Alachua...................................................     548,646
     Baker.....................................................     185,285
     Bay.......................................................   2,921,506
     Bradford..................................................     989,249
     Brevard...................................................   3,559,973
     Broward...................................................  79,600,602
     Charlotte.................................................   2,952,376
     Citrus....................................................   2,254,610
     Clay......................................................     730,888
     Collier...................................................  10,252,416
     Columbia..................................................     286,770
     Miami-Dade................................................  82,562,062
     DeSoto....................................................     622,196
     Dixie.....................................................      70,914
     Escambia..................................................   4,588,946
     Flagler...................................................   1,019,426
     Franklin..................................................      77,682
     Gadsden...................................................     416,945
     Glades....................................................      81,074
     Gulf......................................................      81,688

     Hamilton..................................................      75,400
     Hardee....................................................     186,397
     Hendry....................................................     783,613
     Hernando..................................................     586,986
     Hillsborough..............................................  35,193,494
     Indian River..............................................   1,031,260
     Jackson...................................................     230,037
     Jefferson.................................................      84,137
     Lafayette.................................................      74,989
     Lake......................................................   5,402,658
     Lee.......................................................  10,180,351
     Leon......................................................   6,855,938
     Liberty...................................................     146,677
     Madison...................................................      74,801
     Manatee...................................................   9,687,398
     Marion....................................................   4,057,685
     Martin....................................................   1,135,207
     Monroe....................................................     623,913
     Nassau....................................................     836,368
     Okaloosa..................................................   2,275,815
     Orange....................................................  32,691,590
     Osceola...................................................   6,999,595
     Palm Beach................................................  18,107,877
     Pasco.....................................................   3,184,855
     Pinellas..................................................  26,567,479
     Polk......................................................   7,768,672
     Saint Johns...............................................   4,134,257
     Santa Rosa................................................   2,252,732
     Sarasota..................................................   8,821,591
     Sumter....................................................     188,909
     Suwannee..................................................   1,198,166
     Taylor....................................................   1,195,924
     Union.....................................................      80,525
     Wakulla...................................................      91,646
     Walton....................................................   1,283,839
     Washington................................................   2,462,856

   For  programs  leading  to a career certificate or an applied technology
   diploma,  and  for  adult  general  education programs, tuition and fees
   shall be assessed in accordance with section 1009.22, Florida Statutes.

   Funds  collected  from  standard  tuition and out-of-state fees shall be
   used  to support school district workforce education programs as defined
   in  section  1004.02(25),  Florida  Statutes,  and  shall not be used to
   support K-12 programs or district K-12 administrative indirect costs.

   The  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations 7, 115, and 118 shall
   not  be  used  to  support K-12 programs or district K-12 administrative
   indirect  costs.  The  Auditor General shall verify compliance with this
   requirement during scheduled audits of these institutions.

   Pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  section 1009.26(1), Florida Statutes,
   school  districts  may  grant  fee  waivers  for programs funded through
   Workforce  Development  Education appropriations for up to eight percent
   of the fee revenues that would otherwise be collected.

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations 7 and 118, each
   school  district  shall  report  enrollment  for adult general education
   programs  identified in section 1004.02, Florida Statutes, in accordance
   with   the   Department   of  Education  instructional  hours  reporting
   procedures.   The  Auditor  General  shall  verify  compliance with this
   requirement during scheduled operational audits of the school districts.

   District   superintendents   shall   certify  that  workforce  education
   enrollment   and  performance  data  used  for  funding  allocations  to
   districts   is  accurate  and  complete  in  accordance  with  reporting
   timelines  established by the Department of Education. If the district's
   workforce  education  programs  are operated through a charter technical
   career  center  as  provided  by  section 1002.34, Florida Statutes, the
   director  appointed  by the charter board may certify the enrollment and
   performance  data.  Upon  certification,  the  district  data  shall  be
   considered  final  for  purposes of use in state funding formulas. After
   the  final certification, the department may request a supplemental file
   in  the  event that a district has reported a higher level of enrollment
   or performance than was actually achieved by the district.


 119   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PATHWAYS TO CAREER
        OPPORTUNITIES GRANT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,000,000

   The   recurring   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  in  Specific
   Appropriation   119   are   provided   for   the   Pathways   to  Career
   Opportunities   Grant   Program.   The  Department  of  Education  shall
   administer  the  competitive  grant  program, determine eligibility, and
   distribute  grants.   Grantees  include  high  schools,  career centers,
   charter  technical  career centers, Florida College System institutions,
   and   other   entities   authorized  to  sponsor  an  apprenticeship  or
   preapprenticeship  program,  as  defined  in  section  446.021,  Florida
   Statutes.  The  funds  may  be  used  to establish new apprenticeship or
   preapprenticeship programs, or expand existing programs. Applicants must
   provide projected enrollment and projected costs for the new or expanded
   apprenticeship   program.   The   department   shall  give  priority  to
   apprenticeship  programs  with demonstrated regional demand. Grant funds
   may  be  used  for instructional equipment, supplies, personnel, student
   services,  and  other expenses associated with the creation or expansion
   of  an apprenticeship program. Grant funds may not be used for recurring
   instructional  costs or for indirect costs. Grant recipients must submit
   quarterly reports in a format prescribed by the department.

 120   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - VOCATIONAL FORMULA FUNDS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        73,997,159

 120A  AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NURSING EDUCATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,000,000

   The  funds  in Specific Appropriation 120A are provided for the Prepping
   Institutions,  Programs,  Employers, and Learners through Incentives for
   Nursing  Education  (PIPELINE) Fund to reward performance and excellence
   among  nursing  education  programs  at  school  district  postsecondary
   technical  career  centers that offer a licensed practical nurse program
   pursuant  to,  and  contingent  upon,  SB  2524 or substantially similar
   legislation becoming law.  Funds shall be allocated as follows:

     Bay.......................................................     318,645
     Bradford..................................................     659,385
     Broward...................................................   2,057,241
     Charlotte.................................................     618,774
     Citrus....................................................     320,923
     Collier...................................................     863,554
     Miami-Dade................................................   1,538,767
     Gadsden...................................................     216,216
     Hillsborough..............................................     841,530
     Indian River..............................................     759,957
     Lake......................................................     697,150
     Lee.......................................................   1,443,511
     Leon......................................................     503,363
     Manatee...................................................     543,771
     Marion....................................................     855,641
     Okaloosa..................................................     460,453
     Orange....................................................     572,551
     Osceola...................................................     467,391
     Pinellas..................................................   1,142,737
     Polk......................................................   1,400,698
     Saint Johns...............................................     854,507
     Santa Rosa................................................     519,165
     Sarasota..................................................     655,039
     Suwannee..................................................     288,931
     Taylor....................................................     405,275
     Walton....................................................     316,384
     Washington................................................     678,441

   School  district  postsecondary  technical  career centers under section
   1001.44,  Florida  Statutes,  and charter technical career centers under
   section  1002.34,  Florida  Statutes,  are  eligible  to  participate in
   Linking   Industry  to  Nursing  Education  Fund  provided  in  Specific
   Appropriation  126A  pursuant  to,  and  contingent  upon,  SB  2524  or
   substantially similar legislation becoming law.


 121   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - STRATEGIC STATEWIDE
        INITIATIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 121 are provided to the Department of
   Education  for reimbursement of workers' compensation insurance premiums
   pursuant to section 446.54, Florida Statutes.

 122   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL AND INSTRUCTIONAL
        ENHANCEMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,436,888

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 122, $100,000 in recurring
   funds  and  $200,000  in  nonrecurring funds are appropriated for a base
   appropriations  project  for  the  Lotus  House Education and Employment
   Program  for  High  Special  Needs  Homeless  Women  and Youth (HB 4013)
   (Senate Form 1127).

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  122,  $4,136,888  in
   nonrecurring   funds   is  provided  for  the  following  appropriations
   projects:

     Career Online Adult High School Program for State of
       Florida Library System (HB 2729) (Senate Form 2502).....   2,000,000
     CKNTech Boot Camp (Senate Form 2300)......................     889,600
     Covenant House Workforce Readiness Program (HB 3857)
       (Senate Form 1649)......................................     250,000
     Dade Institute Coding Certification Program (HB 4521)
       (Senate Form 2567)......................................     250,000
     The Bridges Competitive Small Business Initiative (HB
       4471) (Senate Form 2147)................................     350,000
     West Technical Education Center Adult Education &
       Workforce Development Training Program (HB 3785)
       (Senate Form 1298)......................................     397,288

 122A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PUBLIC SCHOOLS SPECIAL PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,083,870

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  122A,  $6,083,870  in
   nonrecurring   funds   is  provided  for  the  following  appropriations
   projects:

     Tom P. Haney Technical Center - 'Make IT Happen' Nursing,
       CSIT, and Massage Therapy Program
       Modernization/Expansion  (HB 9061) (Senate Form 2153)...   1,583,870
     Transportation Training and Innovation Center (Lake
       Technical College and City of Tavares) (HB 2017)
       (Senate Form 1685)......................................   4,500,000

TOTAL: PROGRAM: WORKFORCE EDUCATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      328,870,393
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       123,298,868

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       452,169,261

FLORIDA COLLEGES, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: FLORIDA COLLEGES

 123   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       PERFORMANCE BASED INCENTIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  123  are  provided  to  colleges for
   students  who earn industry certifications during the 2022-2023 academic
   year.    Funding   shall   be   based  on  students  who  earn  industry
   certifications  with  a college postsecondary funding designation on the
   CAPE  Industry  Certification  Funding List. The Department of Education
   shall  distribute  the  awards by June 1, 2023, and establish procedures
   and  timelines for colleges to report earned certifications for funding.
   The  department may allocate any funds not obligated by June 1, 2023, to
   schools  who  have  earned  awards,  based  on  the percentage of earned

   certifications.  These  performance  funds  shall  not  be  awarded  for
   certifications earned through continuing workforce education programs.

   Industry  certifications  earned  by  students enrolled in the 2021-2022
   academic  year  which  were  eligible  to  be  included  in  the funding
   allocation  for  the  2021-2022 fiscal year and were not included in the
   final  disbursement  due  to  the  early  data reporting deadline may be
   reported  by  colleges  and  included in the allocation of funds for the
   2022-2023 fiscal year. Colleges shall maintain documentation for student
   attainment  of industry certifications that are eligible for performance
   funding.   The   Auditor  General  shall  verify  compliance  with  this
   requirement  during  scheduled  operational audits of the colleges. If a
   college  is  unable  to comply, the college shall refund the performance
   funding to the state.

 124   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       STUDENT SUCCESS INCENTIVE FUNDS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,000,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  124,  $20,000,000  is
   provided  for  the 2+2 Student Success Incentive Fund to support college
   efforts to improve the success of students enrolled in associate of arts
   degree   programs   in   completing  critical  college  credit  courses,
   graduating   with   associate  of  arts  degrees,  and  transferring  to
   baccalaureate  degree  programs.  These  funds  shall  be  allocated  as
   follows:

     Eastern Florida State College.............................     484,687
     Broward College...........................................   1,829,658
     College of Central Florida................................     331,596
     Chipola College...........................................     107,544
     Daytona State College.....................................     456,328
     Florida SouthWestern State College........................     564,374
     Florida State College at Jacksonville.....................     498,709
     The College of the Florida Keys...........................      19,081
     Gulf Coast State College..................................     149,365
     Hillsborough Community College............................     949,152
     Indian River State College................................     656,273
     Florida Gateway College...................................      88,633
     Lake-Sumter State College.................................     320,667
     State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota................     374,151
     Miami Dade College........................................   3,684,299
     North Florida College.....................................      42,492
     Northwest Florida State College...........................     161,531
     Palm Beach State College..................................   1,051,933
     Pasco-Hernando State College..............................     584,997
     Pensacola State College...................................     299,571
     Polk State College........................................     278,285
     Saint Johns River State College...........................     222,882
     Saint Petersburg College..................................   1,079,393
     Santa Fe College..........................................     924,766
     Seminole State College of Florida.........................     838,970
     South Florida State College...............................      78,846
     Tallahassee Community College.............................     880,392
     Valencia College..........................................   3,041,425

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  124,  $10,000,000  is
   provided  for the Work Florida Student Success Incentive Fund to support
   college  strategies  and  initiatives to align career education programs
   with  statewide  and  regional  workforce  demands  and  high paying job
   opportunities. These funds shall be allocated as follows:

     Eastern Florida State College.............................     263,513
     Broward College...........................................   1,089,148
     College of Central Florida................................     252,169
     Chipola College...........................................      76,260
     Daytona State College.....................................     280,684
     Florida SouthWestern State College........................     286,103
     Florida State College at Jacksonville.....................     455,247
     The College of the Florida Keys...........................      43,524
     Gulf Coast State College..................................     128,359
     Hillsborough Community College............................     329,206
     Indian River State College................................     337,540
     Florida Gateway College...................................     141,761
     Lake-Sumter State College.................................      41,846
     State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota................     149,691
     Miami Dade College........................................   1,602,430

     North Florida College.....................................      46,598
     Northwest Florida State College...........................      80,572
     Palm Beach State College..................................     535,783
     Pasco-Hernando State College..............................     156,192
     Pensacola State College...................................     178,403
     Polk State College........................................     190,817
     Saint Johns River State College...........................      92,376
     Saint Petersburg College..................................     520,023
     Santa Fe College..........................................     181,588
     Seminole State College of Florida.........................     732,871
     South Florida State College...............................      80,901
     Tallahassee Community College.............................     190,418
     Valencia College..........................................   1,535,977

 125   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA COLLEGE SYSTEM
        PROGRAM FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    1,155,621,759

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  8  from  the  Educational
   Enhancement   Trust   Fund  and  Specific  Appropriation  125  from  the
   General Revenue Fund, $1,396,604,363 is provided for operating funds and
   approved baccalaureate programs and shall be allocated as follows:

     Eastern Florida State College.............................  48,422,787
     Broward College...........................................  96,950,411
     College of Central Florida................................  38,281,902
     Chipola College...........................................  12,978,014
     Daytona State College.....................................  54,439,947
     Florida SouthWestern State College........................  38,625,182
     Florida State College at Jacksonville.....................  81,573,122
     The College of the Florida Keys...........................   8,685,349
     Gulf Coast State College..................................  25,183,325
     Hillsborough Community College............................  74,477,603
     Indian River State College................................  53,414,966
     Florida Gateway College...................................  15,222,775
     Lake-Sumter State College.................................  21,569,846
     State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota................  29,712,045
     Miami Dade College........................................ 188,058,548
     North Florida College.....................................   8,825,792
     Northwest Florida State College...........................  21,671,391
     Palm Beach State College..................................  71,032,972
     Pasco-Hernando State College..............................  46,525,119
     Pensacola State College...................................  40,027,554
     Polk State College........................................  52,221,771
     Saint Johns River State College...........................  25,822,498
     Saint Petersburg College..................................  86,360,092
     Santa Fe College..........................................  46,438,582
     Seminole State College of Florida.........................  49,734,504
     South Florida State College...............................  21,137,054
     Tallahassee Community College.............................  36,369,575
     Valencia College.......................................... 102,841,637

   Included  within  the  total  appropriations  for Florida College System
   institutions  in  Specific  Appropriation  125, recurring funds from the
   General  Revenue Fund are provided for the following base appropriations
   projects:

   Chipola College
     Civil and Industrial Engineering Program..................     200,000
   Daytona State College
     Advanced Technology Center................................     500,000
   Hillsborough Community College
     Regional Transportation Training Center...................   2,500,000
   Pasco-Hernando State College
     STEM Stackable............................................   2,306,271

   Included  within  the  total  appropriations  for Florida College System
   institutions  in  Specific  Appropriation  125,  nonrecurring funds from
   the  General  Revenue Fund are provided for the following appropriations
   projects:

   College of Central Florida
     Agribusiness Technology (HB 3015) (Senate Form 1727)......     375,000
   Daytona State College
     Advanced Manufacturing/FAME Program Equipment (HB 4215)
       (Senate Form 1821)......................................     315,500

     Pharmacy Technician Vocational Program (HB 4217) (Senate
       Form 1822)..............................................     447,123
   Eastern Florida State College
     Aerospace Center of Excellence (ACE) (HB 3055) (Senate
       Form 1653)..............................................   1,200,000
   Miami Dade College
     Registered Nurses Growth Plan (HB 4065) (Senate Form 1668)     600,050
     Workforce Training for Mechatronics Careers (MECCA) Hub
       (HB 3177) (Senate Form 1301)............................   1,000,000
   North Florida College
     Instructional Equipment for New Program - Welding (HB
       9377) (Senate Form 1801)................................     400,000
   Northwest Florida State College
     Aviation Center of Excellence (HB 4555) (Senate Form 1160)     500,000
   Pasco Hernando State College
     Fire Academy Burn Center and Classrooms (Senate Form 2175)     400,000
   Pensacola State College
     Nursing Expansion (HB 4853)...............................     765,645
   Polk State College
     Expansion of Critical Health Sciences Programs (HB 4891)
       (Senate Form 1456)......................................   5,000,000
   Seminole State College
     Construction Trades Program Equipment (HB 2025) (Senate
       Form 1056)..............................................     756,722
   South Florida State College
     Clinical Immersion Center (HB 4783) (Senate Form 2758)....   1,400,000
   St. Petersburg College
     Public Safety Operational Enhancements (HB 4507) (Senate
       Form 1810)..............................................     955,600
   Tallahassee Community College
     Leon Works Expo and Junior Apprenticeship Program (HB
       4423) (Senate Form 1965)................................      50,000
   Valencia College
     July in November: The Story of the 1920 Election Day
       Riots (Senate Form 2686)................................   1,000,000

   Prior  to  the  disbursement  of  funds in Specific Appropriations 8 and
   125,  colleges  shall  submit an operating budget for the expenditure of
   these  funds  as  provided  in  section  1011.30,  Florida Statutes. The
   operating   budget  shall  clearly  identify  planned  expenditures  for
   baccalaureate programs and shall include the sources of funds.

   For  advanced  and professional, postsecondary vocational, developmental
   education,  educator  preparation  institute programs, and baccalaureate
   degree  programs,  tuition and fees shall be assessed in accordance with
   section 1009.23, Florida Statutes.

   For  programs  leading  to a career certificate or an applied technology
   diploma,  and  for  adult  general  education programs, tuition and fees
   shall be assessed in accordance with section 1009.22, Florida Statutes.

   Pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  section 1009.26(1), Florida Statutes,
   Florida  colleges  may  grant  fee  waivers  for programs funded through
   Workforce  Development  Education appropriations for up to eight percent
   of the fee revenues that would otherwise be collected.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  8  and 125, each Florida
   college  shall  report  enrollment  for adult general education programs
   identified  in section 1004.02, Florida Statutes, in accordance with the
   Department  of  Education instructional hours reporting procedures.  The
   Auditor  General  shall  verify  compliance with this requirement during
   scheduled operational audits of the Florida colleges.

   Each  Florida  college  board  of  trustees is given flexibility to make
   necessary  adjustments  to  its  operating  budget. If any board reduces
   individual  programs or projects within the Florida college by more than
   10  percent during the 2022-2023 fiscal year, written notification shall
   be  made  to the Governor, President of the Senate, Speaker of the House
   of Representatives, and the Department of Education.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  8  and  125, the Florida
   College  System  presidents,  in  consultation  with  the  Department of
   Education,  shall develop an equity based per student funding model that
   accounts  for  differences  in  institutional fixed operating costs, and
   variable  operating  costs  based  on educational program offerings. The
   Florida College System presidents shall provide the proposed new funding
   model  to the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the chair of

   the  House Appropriations Committee, and the Governor's Office of Policy
   and Budget by September 30, 2022.

 126   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - OPEN DOOR GRANT PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,000,000

   The  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 126 are provided to the
   Florida  College System to implement the provisions relating to the Open
   Door Grant Program in section 1009.895, Florida Statutes.

 126A  AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NURSING EDUCATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       59,000,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  126A shall be allocated as
   follows:

     Eastern Florida State College.............................   1,732,067
     Broward College...........................................   1,631,376
     College of Central Florida................................     950,573
     Chipola College...........................................     470,264
     Daytona State College.....................................   1,901,078
     Florida SouthWestern State College........................   1,394,341
     Florida State College at Jacksonville.....................   3,578,836
     The College of the Florida Keys...........................     381,155
     Gulf Coast State College..................................     876,333
     Hillsborough Community College............................     746,406
     Indian River State College................................   1,942,959
     Florida Gateway College...................................   1,891,058
     Lake-Sumter State College.................................     830,059
     State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota................   1,624,879
     Miami Dade College........................................   2,331,838
     North Florida College.....................................     729,807
     Northwest Florida State College...........................     790,906
     Palm Beach State College..................................   1,472,143
     Pasco-Hernando State College..............................   2,961,491
     Pensacola State College...................................   1,046,433
     Polk State College........................................   1,330,967
     St. Johns River State College.............................     871,180
     St. Petersburg College....................................   2,458,648
     Santa Fe College..........................................   1,545,943
     Seminole State College of Florida.........................   1,401,163
     South Florida State College...............................     810,505
     Tallahassee Community College.............................     825,607
     Valencia College..........................................   1,471,985
     Linking Industry to Nursing Education Fund................  19,000,000

   From  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriation 126A, $40,000,000 is
   provided   for  the  Prepping  Institutions,  Programs,  Employers,  and
   Learners  through  Incentives  for  Nursing Education (PIPELINE) Fund to
   reward  performance  and  excellence among nursing education programs at
   Florida College System institutions pursuant to, and contingent upon, SB
   2524 or substantially similar legislation becoming law.

   From  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriation 126A, $19,000,000 is
   provided  for  the  Linking Industry to Nursing Education (LINE) Fund to
   incentivize   collaboration   between  nursing  education  programs  and
   healthcare  partners.   Funds  shall  be  provided  to  eligible  school
   district  postsecondary  technical career centers under section 1001.44,
   Florida   Statutes,  charter  technical  career  centers  under  section
   1002.34,  Florida  Statutes,  Florida  College  System  institutions, or
   independent   non-profit   colleges   or   universities   and  shall  be
   administered  by the Department of Education pursuant to, and contingent
   upon, SB 2524 or substantially similar legislation becoming law.

 127   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA POSTSECONDARY
        ACADEMIC LIBRARY NETWORK
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,476,322

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  127  provided to the host
   entity  as  specified  in section 1009.895, Florida Statutes, $1,267,808
   shall  be released to the Florida Postsecondary Academic Library Network
   at the host entity at the beginning of the first quarter, and $2,158,700
   shall  be released at the beginning of the second quarter in addition to
   the  normal  releases.  The additional releases are provided to maximize

   cost   savings   through  centralized  purchases  of  subscription-based
   electronic  resources  and  low-cost, no-cost, or open-access electronic
   textbooks.

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 127, $5,400,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  is  provided  for  the Student Open Access Resource
   (SOAR)  initiative.   Funds  are  provided  to  increase  the  adoption,
   adaptation,  and creation of open education resources by faculty members
   from  Florida College System institutions and state universities, and to
   help  reduce  the  costs  of  textbooks  and  instructional materials to
   students  pursuant  to,  and  contingent  upon, SB 2524 or substantially
   similar legislation becoming law.  A minimum of $3,600,000 shall be used
   by  the  Florida  Postsecondary  Academic  Library Network to award SOAR
   Grants  to  institutions  that  apply  for grants pursuant to SB 2524. A
   maximum  of $1,540,000 may be used by the Florida Postsecondary Academic
   Library   Network  for  costs  associated  with  establishing  the  SOAR
   Repository   -   a   statewide,   Internet-based,  searchable  database;
   assessment  and  quality  control  of  the  initiative  and content; and
   management  costs.   The  Florida Postsecondary Academic Library Network
   shall  make every effort to minimize the administrative cost of managing
   the program and maximize the funds available for grants.

   Administrative costs shall not exceed five percent.

 128   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       COMMISSION ON COMMUNITY SERVICE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          983,182

TOTAL: PROGRAM: FLORIDA COLLEGES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    1,294,081,263

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,294,081,263

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

   From  the funds provided in Specific Appropriations 129 through 142, the
   Commissioner  of Education shall prepare and provide to the chair of the
   Senate   Committee   on  Appropriations,  the  chair  of  the  House  of
   Representatives  Appropriations  Committee,  and the Executive Office of
   the  Governor  on  or  before  October  1, 2022, a report containing the
   following: the federal indirect cost rate(s) approved to be used for the
   12  month  period of the 2022-2023 fiscal year and the data on which the
   rate(s)  was  established;  the  estimated  amount of funds the approved
   rate(s)  will  generate;  the  proposed  expenditure plan for the amount
   generated;  and  the  June  30,  2022, balance of all unexpended federal
   indirect cost funds.

   From  the funds provided in Specific Appropriations 129 through 142, the
   Department  of  Education  shall  publish  on  the Florida Department of
   Education  website  by  December  31,  2022, from each school district's
   Annual  Financial  Report,  expenditures  on  a  per  FTE  basis for the
   following  fund  types: General Fund, Special Revenue Fund, Debt Service
   Fund,  Capital  Project  Fund  and  a Total. Fiduciary funds, enterprise
   funds,  and  internal  service funds shall not be included. This funding
   information  shall  also  be published in the same format on each school
   district's website by December 31, 2022.

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  129  through 142 from the
   Working  Capital  Trust  Fund shall be cost-recovered from funds used to
   pay  data  processing  services  provided  in  accordance  with  section
   216.272, Florida Statutes.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         51,876,179

 129   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      940.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       23,983,162
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         7,656,638
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                         5,567,951
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                         3,162,153
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        15,956,986
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,914,663
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,398,978

        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            79,449
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           313,047
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           426,330
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                         5,991,139

 130   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          249,218
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           144,095
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            96,779
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            42,691
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           547,110
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           227,470
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,625
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             5,134
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                            59,213

 131   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,357,170
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,456,375
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                         1,009,523
        FROM EDUCATIONAL MEDIA AND
         TECHNOLOGY TRUST FUND . . . . . . .                           133,426
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           898,664
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,188,663
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            48,433
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           540,776
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           800,556
        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            39,050
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           295,667
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           135,350
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                           706,077

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 131, $45,187 from
   the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the Department of Education to
   pay  the  state's  dues  to  the  Interstate  Commission  on Educational
   Opportunity for Military Children for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 131, $1,000,000 in
   recurring  funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided to the Just
   Read,   Florida   Office   for   the   development  and  delivery  of  a
   literacy-focused  online  professional  development  system  for Florida
   teachers as provided in section 1001.215, Florida Statutes.

 132   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           45,970
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           144,428
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                             7,440
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            15,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           241,756
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            16,375
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            55,960
        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             6,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             5,000
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             3,150
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                            47,921


 133   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       64,948,875
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,315,367
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        53,653,877
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                        13,783,900

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 133, $2,000,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund and $13,500,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Federal  Grants Trust Fund are placed in
   reserve.   If  HB  1193  or similar legislation does not become law, the
   Department  of  Education  is  authorized  to  submit  budget amendments
   requesting  release of these funds pursuant to the provisions of chapter
   216, Florida Statutes.

 134   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          275,564

 135   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,460,599
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           739,054
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                         1,402,736
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           488,200
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,876,770
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            50,000
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           405,405
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        14,115,208
        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            19,893
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           374,193
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         4,242,250
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                           943,604

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 135, $6,400,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the Department of
   Education  to  implement  the  provisions of section 1006.07(4), Florida
   Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 135, $745,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the Department of
   Education   for  the  ongoing  operational  costs  associated  with  the
   Workforce  Development Information System Career and Technical Education
   Data  Analytics  Dashboard  established  pursuant  to  section  1008.40,
   Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 135, $8,000,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Education  to fund the costs associated providing either
   the  SAT  or  ACT  to  each public school student in grade 11, including
   students  attending  public  high  schools,  alternative schools and the
   Department  of  Juvenile  Justice education programs.  Priority shall be
   given  to  students  on  the  direct certification list or the student's
   household  income  level  does  not  exceed  185  percent of the federal
   poverty level.

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 135, $1,000,000 in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to the Just
   Read,   Florida   Office   for  the  development  and  delivery  of  the
   micro-credential  provisions  of  SB 2524 and is contingent upon the  SB
   2524 or similar legislation becoming law.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   135,   $200,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Education  to competitively procure an independent third
   party  for  the completion of a feasibility study for the replacement of

   the  department's  Student  Information  System.  The replacement system
   shall  provide  the ability for all school districts and charter schools
   to  report  funding  data  directly  to the department, provide a single
   state  reporting process for appropriate analysis of school district and
   charter  school  accountability  data,  and ensure the compliance of all
   federal  and  state  laws and rules pertaining to the confidentiality of
   student  and staff data. The feasibility study shall include, but not be
   limited  to,  the  background  and scope of the replacement project, the
   recommended  approach  and  methodology  for  the  replacement,  and  an
   evaluation of the replacement options to include a cost benefit analysis
   for each option. The results of the feasibility study shall be submitted
   to  the  Executive Office of the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget,
   the  chair  of  the Senate Committee on Appropriations, and the chair of
   the  House  of  Representatives  Appropriations  Committee by January 1,
   2023.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  135,  $1,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Education  to  implement  the  provisions  of the civics
   education  curriculum  established  pursuant  to  s.  1003.4282, Florida
   Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  135,  $2,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of Education to implement the provision of HB 7.  Funding is
   contingent on HB 7 or similar legislation becoming law.

 136   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES RESEARCH AND
        DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           200,000

 137   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          113,482
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            55,079
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            32,310
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            15,474
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            94,291
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,106
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            89,585
        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                               418
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             4,154
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             1,735
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                            27,045

 138   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          112,421
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            19,102
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            15,882
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            10,380
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            65,448
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             8,148
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            39,287
        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                               270
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             2,551
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             1,590
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                            23,534


 141   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,626,194
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,742,521
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                         1,189,918
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           342,950
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,856,858
        FROM INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           320,380
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,123,210
        FROM NURSING STUDENT LOAN
         FORGIVENESS TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            16,894
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            95,264
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            70,426
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                         1,251,008

 142   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,940,999
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            10,293
        FROM EDUCATIONAL CERTIFICATION AND
         SERVICE TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            72,085
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                             5,265
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            28,264
        FROM STUDENT LOAN OPERATING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           822,208
        FROM TEACHER CERTIFICATION
         EXAMINATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            42,045
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                         4,384,980

TOTAL: STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      132,113,654
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       168,906,456

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      940.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       301,020,110

UNIVERSITIES, DIVISION OF

PROGRAM: EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL ACTIVITIES

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 9 through 13 and 143 through 158 are
   provided as grants and aids to support the operation of state university
   entities.  Funds  provided to each university entity are contingent upon
   that university entity following the provisions of chapters 1000 through
   1013,   Florida  Statutes,  which  relate  to  state  universities.  Any
   withholding  of funds pursuant to this provision shall be subject to the
   approval of the Legislative Budget Commission.

 143   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MOFFITT CANCER CENTER
        AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,576,930

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  143 shall be transferred to the
   H.  Lee  Moffitt  Cancer  Center  and  Research Institute to support the
   operations  of  this  state  university system entity. Funds in Specific
   Appropriation  143  may  be  transferred  to  the Agency for Health Care
   Administration  and  used as state matching funds for the H. Lee Moffitt
   Cancer  Center  and  Research Institute to adjust the Medicaid inpatient
   reimbursement  and  outpatient  trend  adjustments applied to the H. Lee
   Moffitt   Cancer  Center  and  Research  Institute  and  other  Medicaid
   reductions to its reimbursements up to the actual Medicaid inpatient and
   outpatient  costs.  In  the  event that enhanced Medicaid funding is not
   implemented  by  the  Agency for Health Care Administration, these funds
   shall  remain  appropriated  to  the  H.  Lee  Moffitt Cancer Center and
   Research  Institute  to  continue  the  original  purpose  of  providing
   research and education related to cancer.


 143A  AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NURSING EDUCATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       46,000,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  143A shall be allocated as
   follows:

     University of Florida.....................................   3,607,616
     Florida State University..................................   1,803,970
     Florida A&M University....................................   1,082,597
     University of South Florida...............................   6,955,577
     Florida Atlantic University...............................   4,185,054
     University of West Florida................................   4,821,970
     University of Central Florida.............................   6,930,558
     Florida International University..........................   4,831,257
     University of North Florida...............................   3,461,933
     Florida Gulf Coast University.............................   2,319,468
     Linking Industry to Nursing Education Fund................   6,000,000

   From  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriation 143A, $40,000,000 is
   provided   for  the  Prepping  Institutions,  Programs,  Employers,  and
   Learners  through  Incentives  for  Nursing Education (PIPELINE) Fund to
   reward  performance  and  excellence among nursing education programs at
   state  universities  pursuant  to,  and  contingent  upon,  SB  2524  or
   substantially similar legislation becoming law.

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 143A, $6,000,000 is
   provided  for  the  Linking Industry to Nursing Education (LINE) Fund to
   incentivize   collaboration   between  nursing  education  programs  and
   healthcare  partners.  Funds shall be provided to state universities and
   shall  be  administered  by  the  Board  of  Governors  pursuant to, and
   contingent  upon,  SB 2524 or substantially similar legislation becoming
   law.

 145   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - EDUCATION AND GENERAL
        ACTIVITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    2,400,673,385
        FROM EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDENT
         AND OTHER FEES TRUST FUND . . . . .                     1,807,517,087
        FROM PHOSPHATE RESEARCH TRUST FUND .                         5,234,908

   The  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriations  145 through 154 from
   the Education and General Student and Other Fees Trust Fund are the only
   budget  authority  provided in this act for the 2022-2023 fiscal year to
   the  named  university  entities  to  expend  tuition  and fees that are
   collected  during the 2022-2023 fiscal year and carried forward from the
   prior fiscal year and that are appropriated into local accounts pursuant
   to  section  1011.4106, Florida Statutes. The expenditure of tuition and
   fee  revenues  from  local  accounts by each university entity shall not
   exceed  the  authority provided by these specific appropriations, unless
   approved pursuant to the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes.

   Funds  from the General Revenue Fund provided in Specific Appropriations
   145   through   154  to  each  of  the  named  university  entities  are
   contingent  upon  each  university entity complying with the tuition and
   fee  policies  established in Part II of chapter 1009, Florida Statutes.
   However,  the  funds  appropriated to a specific university entity shall
   not  be  affected  by the failure of another university entity to comply
   with this provision.

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  9  through  13  and 145 through 158
   shall  be  expended  in  accordance  with operating budgets that must be
   approved by each university's board of trustees.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  9  from  the  Educational
   Enhancement   Trust   Fund  and  Specific  Appropriation  145  from  the
   General Revenue Fund, $2,977,718,046 is allocated as follows:

     University of Florida..................................... 498,425,167
     Florida State University.................................. 440,356,709
     Florida A&M University....................................  99,921,076
     University of South Florida............................... 285,719,870
     University of South Florida, St. Petersburg...............  32,212,033
     University of South Florida, Sarasota/Manatee.............  18,929,991
     Florida Atlantic University............................... 158,498,804

     University of West Florida................................  73,786,389
     University of Central Florida............................. 279,941,494
     Florida International University.......................... 243,485,458
     University of North Florida...............................  99,164,092
     Florida Gulf Coast University.............................  91,171,856
     New College of Florida....................................  27,373,692
     Florida Polytechnic University............................  37,168,617
     State University Performance Based Incentives............. 560,000,000
     Johnson Matching Grant....................................     277,500
     Incentives for Programs of Strategic Emphasis.............  31,285,298

   Funds   provided   in  Specific  Appropriation  145,  as  listed  above,
   include  recurring funds from the General Revenue Fund for the following
   base appropriations projects:

   Florida A&M University
     Crestview Education Center................................   1,500,000
   Florida Atlantic University
     Max Planck Scientific Fellowship Program..................     889,101
   Florida International University
     FIUnique..................................................   3,900,000
   Florida State University
     Student Veterans Center...................................     500,000
   University of North Florida
     Advanced Manufacturing & Materials Innovation.............     855,000
   University of South Florida
     Florida Cybersecurity Initiative..........................   6,450,000
   University of West Florida
     Office of Economic Development & Engagement...............   1,187,500
     Physician Assistance Program..............................   1,000,000
     School of Mechanical Engineering..........................   1,000,000
     Veteran & Military Student Support........................     250,000

   Included  within  the  total  appropriations  for  state universities in
   Specific   Appropriation   145,  nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General
   Revenue Fund are provided for the following appropriations projects:

   Florida Atlantic University
     Max Planck Florida Scientific Fellows Program (MPFSFP)
       (HB 2261) (Senate Form 1024)............................     750,000
   Florida International University
     Washington Center Scholarships (HB 4021) (Senate Form
       1004)...................................................     250,000
   Florida State University
     Boys and Girls State (HB 2115) (Senate Form 1692).........     200,000
   University of Central Florida
     Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Clinic for Florida
       Veterans and First Responders (HB 2239) (Senate Form
       1023)...................................................     515,000
   University of Florida
     National Ranking Operating Support: UF Law School (HB
       4571) (Senate Form 2497)................................   3,200,000
     Northwest Florida Estuary Water Quality Protection and
       Restoration (Senate Form 2645)..........................   3,000,000
     The Hamilton Center for Classical and Civic Education
       (Senate Form 2665)......................................   3,000,000
   University of South Florida St. Petersburg
     Citizen Scholar Partnership (HB 2973) (Senate Form 2532)..     306,176

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  145  from  the Education and General
   Student and Other Fees Trust Fund shall be allocated as follows:

     University of Florida..................................... 342,653,152
     Florida State University.................................. 229,310,768
     Florida A&M University....................................  67,801,614
     University of South Florida............................... 187,739,487
     University of South Florida, St. Petersburg...............  24,946,995
     University of South Florida, Sarasota/Manatee.............  12,020,425
     Florida Atlantic University............................... 136,401,331
     University of West Florida................................  53,000,000
     University of Central Florida............................. 331,863,293
     Florida International University.......................... 262,330,676
     University of North Florida...............................  77,333,530
     Florida Gulf Coast University.............................  71,200,000
     New College of Florida....................................   6,807,778
     Florida Polytechnic University............................   4,108,038


   Undergraduate  tuition  shall  be  assessed  in  accordance with section
   1009.24,   Florida  Statutes.  Tuition  for  graduate  and  professional
   programs  and  out-of-state  fees  for all programs shall be established
   pursuant  to  section 1009.24, Florida Statutes. No state university may
   receive  general  revenue  funding  associated  with  the  enrollment of
   out-of-state students.

   Each university board of trustees is given flexibility to make necessary
   adjustments  to  its  operating  budget. If any board reduces individual
   programs  or  projects  within  the  university  by more than 10 percent
   during  the 2022-2023 fiscal year, written notification shall be made to
   the  Executive  Office of the Governor, President of the Senate, Speaker
   of the House of Representatives, and the Board of Governors.

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 145 from the Phosphate Research Trust
   Fund are provided for the Florida Polytechnic University.

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  145,  $560,000,000  is
   provided  for  State University System Performance Based Incentives. The
   funds  available  for  allocation  to  the  universities  based  on  the
   performance  funding  model  shall  consist of the state's investment of
   $265,000,000  in nonrecurring funds, plus an institutional investment of
   $295,000,000  in  recurring  funds  to  be  redistributed  from the base
   funding  of  the  State  University System. The Board of Governors shall
   allocate  all appropriated funds for State University System Performance
   Based  Incentives  based on the requirements in section 1001.92, Florida
   Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 145, the Board of Governors
   Foundation  shall  distribute $262,500 in recurring funds and $15,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  to  state  universities for Johnson Scholarships in
   accordance with section 1009.74, Florida Statutes. Sixty percent of such
   funds  shall  be  released at the beginning of the first quarter and the
   balance at the beginning of the third quarter.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  145,  $10,000,000  in
   recurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to the Florida
   Institute  for  Child  Welfare  at  Florida State University pursuant to
   section   1004.615,   Florida  Statutes.  The  Institute  shall  provide
   quarterly  implementation  status  reports  to  the  chair of the Senate
   Appropriations   Committee;   the  chair  of  the  House  Appropriations
   Committee;  the chair of the Senate Committee on Children, Families, and
   Elder  Affairs; and the chair of the House of Representatives Health and
   Human Services Committee.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  145,  $31,285,298  in
   recurring  funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided as Incentives
   for  Programs  of  Strategic Emphasis during the 2022-2023 academic year
   pursuant to section 1009.26, Florida Statutes. Universities are eligible
   to  receive  funds  based on the number and value of waivers provided in
   the  eight  Programs  of  Strategic  Emphasis  in  science,  technology,
   engineering,  or  math  and  two  in the Critical Workforce Gap Analysis
   category  identified  by the Board of Governors. The following two-digit
   CIP  codes, as reported by the National Center for Education Statistics,
   are  not  eligible  for  Incentives for Program of Strategic Emphasis in
   STEM:  09,  19,  25, 31, 35, 36, 42, 45, and 50. The following two-digit
   CIP  codes, as reported by the National Center for Education Statistics,
   are  not  eligible  for Incentives for Programs of Strategic Emphasis in
   the Critical Workforce Gap Analysis category: 09. The Board of Governors
   shall  distribute  no  more than $12,500,000 for waivers provided during
   the fall 2022 academic term. Remaining funds shall first be allocated to
   offset  summer waivers and then any remaining funds shall be distributed
   based  on  waivers  provided  during  the spring 2023 academic term. The
   Board   of  Governors  shall  establish  procedures  and  timelines  for
   universities  to  report  the  number  and  value of waivers in order to
   receive incentive funds.

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 145, $5,000,000 in
   recurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to the Florida
   Center  for  Nursing at the University of South Florida as authorized in
   section  464.0195,  Florida  Statutes.   Funds  shall be used to address
   supply   and  demand  for  nursing,  including  issues  of  recruitment,
   retention,  and  utilization  of  nurse workforce resources.  The center
   shall  develop  a  strategic  statewide  plan for nursing supply in this
   state.


 146   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA POSTSECONDARY
        ACADEMIC LIBRARY NETWORK
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       17,236,500

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  146  provided to the host
   entity  as  specified  in section 1009.895, Florida Statutes, $1,267,808
   shall  be released to the Florida Postsecondary Academic Library Network
   at the host entity at the beginning of the first quarter, and $2,158,700
   shall  be released at the beginning of the second quarter in addition to
   the  normal  releases.  The additional releases are provided to maximize
   cost   savings   through  centralized  purchases  of  subscription-based
   electronic  resources  and  low-cost, no-cost, or open-access electronic
   textbooks.

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 146, $5,400,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  is  provided  for  the Student Open Access Resource
   (SOAR)   initiative.  Funds  are  provided  to  increase  the  adoption,
   adaptation,  and creation of open education resources by faculty members
   from  Florida College System institutions and state universities, and to
   help  reduce  the  costs  of  textbooks  and  instructional materials to
   students  pursuant  to,  and  contingent  upon, SB 2524 or substantially
   similar  legislation becoming law. A minimum of $3,600,000 shall be used
   by  the  Florida  Postsecondary  Academic  Library Network to award SOAR
   Grants  to  institutions  that  apply  for grants pursuant to SB 2524. A
   maximum  of $1,540,000 may be used by the Florida Postsecondary Academic
   Library   Network  for  costs  associated  with  establishing  the  SOAR
   Repository   -   a   statewide,   Internet-based,  searchable  database;
   assessment  and  quality  control  of  the  initiative  and content; and
   management  costs.  The  Florida  Postsecondary Academic Library Network
   shall  make every effort to minimize the administrative cost of managing
   the program and maximize the funds available for grants.

   Administrative costs shall not exceed five percent.

 147   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND
        MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY AND FLORIDA STATE
        UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       21,256,475

 148   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - IFAS (INSTITUTE OF FOOD
        AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      165,827,232

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  148,  recurring funds are
   provided for the following base appropriations projects:

     Animal Agriculture Industry Science & Technology..........   2,240,000
     Cervidae Disease Research.................................   2,000,000
     Florida Shellfish Aquaculture.............................     250,000
     Forestry Education........................................   1,110,825
     Statewide Water Budget Data Analytics Pilot Project w/ DEP   1,381,200

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  148,  $2,017,876  in
   nonrecurring  funds  is  appropriated for UF/IFAS Quantifying Ecosystems
   Services with Artificial Intelligence (HB 2205) (Senate Form 2252).

 149   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH
        FLORIDA MEDICAL CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       70,023,318
        FROM EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDENT
         AND OTHER FEES TRUST FUND . . . . .                        65,542,305

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  149, recurring funds from
   the   General   Revenue   Fund  are  provided  for  the  following  base
   appropriations projects:

     Center for Neuromusculoskeletal Research..................     300,000
     Veteran PTSD Study........................................     125,000
     Veteran PTSD & Traumatic Brain Injury Study...............     250,000
     Veteran Service Center....................................     175,000


 150   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
        HEALTH CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      115,096,162
        FROM EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDENT
         AND OTHER FEES TRUST FUND . . . . .                        37,517,537

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 150, nonrecurring funds from
   the  General  Revenue Fund are provided for the following appropriations
   projects:

     University of Florida Health Alzheimer's and Dementia
       Research (HB 9215) (Senate Form 1555)...................   3,000,000
     University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine (HB
       4755) (Senate Form 2365)................................   3,000,000
     University of Florida - Jacksonville - Child Abuse
       Pediatrics Fellowship (HB 2521) (Senate Form 1101)......     300,000

 151   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
        MEDICAL SCHOOL
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       35,359,083
        FROM EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDENT
         AND OTHER FEES TRUST FUND . . . . .                        14,898,434

 152   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA MEDICAL
        SCHOOL
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,781,275
        FROM EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDENT
         AND OTHER FEES TRUST FUND . . . . .                        18,346,940

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 152, $337,000 in recurring
   funds  from the General Revenue Fund is provided for Crohn's and Colitis
   Research (base appropriations project).

 153   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL
        SCHOOL
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       33,153,594
        FROM EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDENT
         AND OTHER FEES TRUST FUND . . . . .                        18,787,129

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 153, $1,500,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided for the Neuroscience
   Centers of Florida Foundation (base appropriations project).

 154   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,747,039
        FROM EDUCATION AND GENERAL STUDENT
         AND OTHER FEES TRUST FUND . . . . .                        10,717,381

 155   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - STUDENT FINANCIAL
        ASSISTANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,140,378

   A  minimum of 75 percent of the funds provided in Specific Appropriation
   155 shall be allocated for need-based financial aid.

   Funds in Specific Appropriation 155 shall be allocated as follows:

     University of Florida.....................................   1,737,381
     Florida State University..................................   1,467,667
     Florida A&M University....................................     624,417
     University of South Florida...............................     801,368
     Florida Atlantic University...............................     399,658
     University of West Florida................................     157,766
     University of Central Florida.............................     858,405
     Florida International University..........................     540,666
     University of North Florida...............................     200,570
     Florida Gulf Coast University.............................      98,073
     New College of Florida....................................     204,407
     Florida Polytechnic University............................      50,000


 156   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA POSTSECONDARY
        COMPREHENSIVE TRANSITION PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,984,565

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 156, a maximum of
   $1,500,000  may  be  used by the Florida Center for Students with Unique
   Abilities   to   administer   the  Florida  Postsecondary  Comprehensive
   Transition Program (FPCTP).  These funds are for costs solely associated
   with  the  center  serving  as the statewide coordinating center for the
   program.   The   remaining  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  156  are
   provided for FPCTP grants pursuant to section 1004.6495(5)(b)5., Florida
   Statutes,  and  for  FPCTP Scholarships for students who are enrolled in
   eligible  programs. The maximum annual grant award shall be $500,000 per
   institution.   The  maximum  annual  amount  of the scholarship shall be
   $7,000  for students who meet the eligibility requirements of subsection
   1004.6495(7), Florida Statutes.

 157   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN AND
        MACHINE COGNITION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,039,184

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  157 shall be transferred to the
   Institute  for  Human and Machine Cognition to support the operations of
   this state university system entity.

 157A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ENTERPRISE CYBERSECURITY RESILIENCY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,500,000

   From  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriation 157A, $10,000,000 in
   recurring  funds  is provided to the Florida Center for Cybersecurity at
   the  University  of  South  Florida  as  authorized in section 1004.444,
   Florida  Statutes.  Funds  shall  be  used  to  position  Florida as the
   national  leader  in  cybersecurity  and  its  related workforce through
   education, research, and community engagement; assist in the creation of
   jobs  in  the  state's  cybersecurity  industry and enhance the existing
   cybersecurity  workforce;  act  as  a  cooperative facilitator for state
   business   and  higher  education  communities  to  share  cybersecurity
   knowledge,  resources,  and  training;  seek out partnerships with major
   military   installations   to   assist,   when   possible,  in  homeland
   cybersecurity  defense  initiatives; and attract cybersecurity companies
   to  the  state  with  an  emphasis  on  defense,  finance,  health care,
   transportation,   and  utility  sectors.  Additionally,  $10,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  and  $500,000  in  recurring  funds  is provided to
   develop  and  equip  a  Cyber  Attack  and  Simulation  Range to provide
   training and testing in a highly technical, simulated environment.

 158   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       23,836,850
        FROM PHOSPHATE RESEARCH TRUST FUND .                             1,955

TOTAL: PROGRAM: EDUCATIONAL AND GENERAL ACTIVITIES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    3,037,231,970
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,978,563,676

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     5,015,795,646

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,558,229

 159   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       69.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,892,458
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           843,214

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  159, the state-
   funded  portion  of salaries for each employee of the Board of Governors
   shall not exceed $200,000.

 160   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           52,633

        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            15,990
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,329

 161   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          736,982
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           144,799
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,000

 162   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           11,782
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                             5,950

 163   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          784,903
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            70,000
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,000

 164   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,287

 165   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,901
        FROM DIVISION OF UNIVERSITIES
         FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
         ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . . . .                             3,967

 165A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVES IN POST-SECONDARY
        EDUCATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,500,000

   The  nonrecurring  funds in Specific Appropriation 165A are provided for
   the following appropriations projects:

     Alzheimer's Research Using Exablate Neuro Focused
       Ultrasound Technology (HB 2795) (Senate Form 1017)......   5,000,000
     Take Stock in College (HB 2269) (Senate Form 1264)........     500,000

 166   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          349,859

TOTAL: BOARD OF GOVERNORS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       14,353,805
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,104,249

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       69.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        15,458,054

TOTAL OF SECTION 2

       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   18,806,301,927

       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     7,644,621,033

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    2,280.75

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    26,450,922,960


TOTAL: EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF (SECTIONS 1 AND 2)
    EDUCATION/EARLY LEARNING
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      610,933,216
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,112,818,034
    EDUCATION/PUBLIC SCHOOLS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   13,143,778,010
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     3,862,895,400
    EDUCATION/FL COLLEGES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    1,294,081,263
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       240,982,604
    EDUCATION/UNIVERSITIES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    3,037,231,970
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     2,594,151,641
    EDUCATION/OTHER
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      720,277,468
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     2,651,229,617

    EDUCATION RECAP
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   18,806,301,927
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                    10,462,077,296

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    2,280.75
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    29,268,379,223
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      111,705,344

SECTION 3 - HUMAN SERVICES
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

SECTION 3 - HUMAN SERVICES

   The moneys contained herein are appropriated from the named funds to the
   Agency   for   Health  Care  Administration,  Agency  for  Persons  with
   Disabilities,  Department  of Children and Families, Department of Elder
   Affairs,  Department  of  Health, and Department of Veterans' Affairs as
   the   amounts  to  be  used  to  pay  the  salaries,  other  operational
   expenditures, and fixed capital outlay of the named agencies.

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

PROGRAM: ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,979,011

 167   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      261.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,183,409
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                        16,575,038

 168   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          741,344
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,346,208

 169   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          302,216
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         3,602,344

 170   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           226,539

 171   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          108,789
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         4,832,799

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   171,   $450,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the Administrative Trust Fund is provided for
   the Bureau of Financial Services Enterprise Financial System.

 171A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ACCOUNTING INFORMATION RESOURCE
        (FLAIR) SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           450,000

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 171A are provided for the planning and
   remediation  tasks  necessary  to integrate agency applications with the
   new  Florida  Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) system.
   The  funds  shall  be  placed  in  reserve.  The  Agency for Health Care
   Administration  is  authorized  to  submit  budget amendments requesting
   release  of  these  funds  pursuant  to  the  provisions of chapter 216,
   Florida  Statutes. Release is contingent upon the approval of a detailed
   operational  work  plan  and  a  monthly  spend plan that identifies all
   project  work  and  costs budgeted for Fiscal Year 2022-2023. The agency
   shall submit quarterly project status reports to the Executive Office of
   the  Governor's  Office  of Policy & Budget, and the chair of the Senate
   Appropriations  Committee  and  the  chair  of  the House Appropriations
   Committee.  Each  status  report  must include progress made to date for
   each  project milestone, deliverable, and task order, planned and actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

 172   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           21,077
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           131,883

 173   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,346
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           193,232


 174   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,643
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            61,964

 175A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,333,312

TOTAL: PROGRAM: ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        4,393,824
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        28,753,319

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      261.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        33,147,143

PROGRAM: HEALTH CARE SERVICES

CHILDREN'S SPECIAL HEALTH CARE

 176   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA HEALTHY KIDS
        CORPORATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       60,515,481
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       156,967,549

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  176  and  179  are  provided to the
   Agency  for  Health  Care  Administration  to  contract with the Florida
   Healthy  Kids  Corporation  to  provide  comprehensive  health insurance
   coverage,  including  dental  services,  to  Title XXI children eligible
   under  the  Florida  KidCare  Program  and  pursuant  to section 624.91,
   Florida  Statutes.  The  corporation  shall  use  local  funds  to serve
   non-Title  XXI  children  that  are eligible for the program pursuant to
   section  624.91(3)(b),  Florida  Statutes.  The corporation shall return
   unspent  local  funds  collected  in  Fiscal  Year  2021-2022 to provide
   premium  assistance  for  non-Title  XXI  eligible  children  based on a
   formula developed by the corporation.

 177   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          719,984
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           608,251
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         1,870,493

 178   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES -
        FLORIDA HEALTHY KIDS ADMINISTRATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,465,323
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         8,988,585

 179   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA HEALTHY KIDS
        CORPORATION DENTAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,204,714
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        18,688,064

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  179  are  provided to the Agency for
   Health  Care  Administration for Florida Healthy Kids dental services to
   be paid a monthly premium of no more than $15.51 per member per month.

 180   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       MEDIKIDS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       13,673,360
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        18,406,588
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        35,399,628

 181   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CHILDREN'S MEDICAL SERVICES NETWORK
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       46,423,191
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,581,581
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       120,436,199


TOTAL: CHILDREN'S SPECIAL HEALTH CARE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      132,002,053
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       362,946,938

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       494,948,991

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         30,717,975

 182   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      623.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,940,797
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        42,206,509

 183   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          140,965
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         3,394,760

 184   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          914,357
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         6,669,596

 185   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           45,391
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                           221,266

 186   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PHARMACEUTICAL EXPENSE ASSISTANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,000

 187   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           35,339
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                            35,339

 188   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACT NURSING HOME AUDIT PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          827,653
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         1,129,095

 189   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       19,778,078
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,070,535
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        76,596,324

   In  order  to  preserve  the  limits  of  Specific Appropriation 189, no
   funds  shall  be used for the FX project to replace the Florida Medicaid
   Management Information System and Medicaid fiscal agent.

   From the funds in Specific Appropriation 189, $1,000,000 from the Grants
   and Donations Trust Fund and $1,000,000 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are  provided  for the Agency for Health Care Administration to contract
   with  the  Florida Medical Schools Quality Network created under section
   409.975(2),  Florida  Statutes,  to develop quality metrics for Medicaid
   eligible  persons,  which  are  Application  Programming Interface (API)
   compatible  with  the agency and Medicaid managed care organizations and
   quality initiatives pursuant to section 409.975, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 189, $250,000 in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is appropriated for the Agency for
   Health  Care  Administration  to  conduct a review and provide a written
   report,  to  be  published  on  their website, that identifies the total
   number  of  Medicaid  enrollees  diagnosed with sickle cell disease. The
   agency  shall develop the review and written report in consultation with
   the  Florida  Medical School Quality Network and a dedicated sickle cell
   disease  medical  treatment and research center which maintains a sickle
   cell  patient  database and tracks sickle cell disease outcome measures.
   The  agency  shall  identify  enrollees  within  the general sickle cell
   patient  population  who  have  experienced  two  or more emergency room
   visits  or two or more hospital inpatient admissions in 12-month period.
   For  both  of  those  populations,  the  Agency  shall  provide detailed
   information  including:   age  and  population demographics, health care
   utilization patterns and expenditures for all pharmaceutical and medical

   services  provided,  the number of clinical treatment programs available
   and  contracted  with  managed  care  plans  for  the  care  of Medicaid
   enrollees  that are specifically designed or certified to provide health
   care  coordination  and  health  care access for individuals with sickle
   cell  disease.  The  agency shall submit the report to the Governor, the
   President  of  the  Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives,
   Florida Department of Health Office of Minority Health and Health Equity
   and Rare Disease Advisory Council by February 1, 2023.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   189,   $500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds from General Revenue Fund is provided for a Medicaid
   Provider  Health  Information  Exchange Security Investment (Senate Form
   1149).

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  189,  $1,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund and $1,000,000 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Medical  Care Trust Fund are provided to
   obtain  contracted legal counsel for the Statewide Medicaid Managed Care
   (SMMC) procurement in Fiscal Year 2022-2023.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   189,   $300,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Medical  Care Trust Fund are provided to
   obtain contracted actuarial services as part of the negotiation team for
   the  Statewide  Medicaid  Managed Care (SMMC) procurement in Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  189,  $1,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund and $1,518,892 in
   nonrecurring funds from the Medical Care Trust Fund are provided for the
   Encore  Healthcare Medicaid Respiratory Disease Management Pilot Program
   (HB 4329)(Senate Form 2258).

 190   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CANADIAN PRESCRIPTION DRUG IMPORTATION
        PROGRAM
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        15,000,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  190,  $15,000,000  in
   recurring  funds from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund is provided to
   the  Agency for Health Care Administration for the administration of the
   Canadian Prescription Drug Importation Program.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 190, the Agency for Health
   Care  Administration  is  authorized to expend funds from the Grants and
   Donations  Trust  Fund  to  purchase  prescription drugs pursuant to the
   parameters  of  the  Canadian  Prescription  Drug Importation Program as
   authorized  by  section  381.02035,  Florida  Statutes, for use in state
   programs  outlined  in  section  381.02035(3),  Florida  Statutes. Funds
   expended  by  the  agency for prescriptions utilized by clients of those
   state programs will be reimbursed to the agency by the appropriate state
   program  office.  Upon  federal  approval,  the  agency is authorized to
   submit a budget amendment pursuant to chapter 216, Florida Statutes.

 191   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA HEALTH CARE CONNECTION (FX)
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        87,218,461

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  191  are  provided to the Agency for
   Health  Care  Administration  for the modular replacement of the Florida
   Medicaid  Management  Information  System and fiscal agent that complies
   with  all applicable federal and state laws and requirements, including,
   but  not  limited  to,  the  Centers  for Medicare and Medicaid Services
   Interoperability  and  Patient  Access  Rule  CMS-9115.  Of these funds,
   $65,413,846  shall  be  held  in reserve and are contingent upon HB 5003
   becoming  a  law.  The  agency  is authorized to submit quarterly budget
   amendments to request release of funds being held in reserve pursuant to
   the  provisions  of  chapter  216,  Florida  Statutes,  and based on the
   agency's  planned  quarterly  expenditures.  Release  is contingent upon
   approval  of  a  detailed operational work plan and a monthly spend plan
   that  identifies  all  project  work  and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023. The agency shall submit monthly project status reports to the
   Executive  Office  of  the  Governor's  Office of Policy and Budget, the
   chair  of  the  Senate Committee on Appropriations, and the chair of the
   House  of  Representatives  Appropriations Committee. Each status report
   must   include  progress  made  to  date  for  each  project  milestone,
   deliverable,  and  task order, planned and actual deliverable completion

   dates,  planned  and  actual  costs incurred, and any project issues and
   risks.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 191, the following maximum
   amounts  are  appropriated  solely  and  exclusively  for  these project
   components authorized for competitive procurement:

     Implementation of an Enterprise Data Warehouse and Data
       Governance..............................................  13,894,865
     Operations and Maintenance of an Integration Platform and
       Integration Services for Existing Systems and New
       Modules.................................................  22,634,878
     Strategic Planning, Program Management, and Project
       Management Activities...................................   9,844,607
     Independent Verification and Validation Services..........   3,230,996

   The   contracts   executed   to   provide  strategic  planning,  program
   management,  and project management activities shall not be leveraged to
   purchase  services  with  funds  provided  for other project components.
   Additional support services must be competitively procured.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 191, the following maximum
   amounts  are  appropriated  solely  and  exclusively  for  these project
   components  authorized  for  competitive  procurement  for  fixed  price
   deliverables   based   contracts,  for  which  the  agency  shall  issue
   Invitations to Negotiate pursuant to chapter 287, Florida Statutes:

     Core Fiscal Agent Procurement and Implementation..........  20,820,487
     Provider Module Procurement and Implementation............   6,806,312
     Unified Operations Center.................................   9,678,820
     Pharmacy Benefits Management..............................     307,496

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 191, $3,230,996 is
   provided  to  the Agency for Health Care Administration to competitively
   procure   a  private  sector  provider  with  experience  in  conducting
   independent  verification  and  validation  services  of  public  sector
   information  technology projects to provide independent verification and
   validation  services  for  all  agency  staff  and vendor work needed to
   implement  the  initiative  to include: (1) An evaluation of all current
   and  future task orders and their alignment with the applicable contract
   scope;  (2)  A  complete  assessment  of  the  project  schedule(s)  and
   deliverables  to  determine the agency's ability to displace the current
   fiscal  agent  by  June  2024;  and  (3) a thorough review of all budget
   requests  and  monthly  and quarterly reporting that is submitted to the
   legislature.  The  contract  shall  require  that  all  deliverables  be
   simultaneously  provided  to  the  agency,  the Centers for Medicare and
   Medicaid  Services,  the  Executive  Office  of the Governor's Office of
   Policy and Budget, the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and
   the chair of the House Appropriations Committee.

 192   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       MEDICAID FISCAL CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,172,571
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        53,677,531

 193   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       MEDICAID PEER REVIEW
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,093,903
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         4,403,348

 194   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          200,825
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                           256,200

 195   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           26,165
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                           180,663

 196   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           72,648
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                           139,387


 196A  QUALIFIED EXPENDITURE CATEGORY
       QUALIFIED EXPENSE CATEGORY - FX FMMIS
        REPLACEMENT PROJECT
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        24,781,539

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  196A  are  provided to the
   Agency  for Health Care Administration as contingency appropriations for
   the  Florida  Health  Care  Connection  (FX)  project,  for  unforeseen,
   nonrecurring  expenditures  that  are essential to the implementation of
   the  FX  project  and  consistent  with  the  project components and the
   allowable  use  of  funds  detailed in Specific Appropriation 191. Funds
   shall not be used for the planning, support, or procurement of any other
   project  components  or  for  additional  advisory services. Request for
   release  of  these  funds  is  contingent  upon  the  full  release  and
   encumbering of funds provided in Specific Appropriation 191.

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       41,298,692
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       319,980,553

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      623.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       361,279,245

MEDICAID SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriations 197 through 224, the Agency
   for  Health Care Administration shall provide a quarterly reconciliation
   report  of  all  Medicaid  service  appropriation  expenditures and fund
   sources.  The  reconciliation  shall  compare  actual  expenditures paid
   through  each specific appropriation category by fund either through the
   Florida Medicaid Management Information System (FMMIS) or the Agency for
   Health  Care  Administration to expenditure estimates forecasted through
   the  Social Services Estimating Conference Medicaid services forecasting
   model,   as  directed  in  section  216.136(6),  Florida  Statutes.  The
   comparison shall include fund source detail for each comparison. For any
   category  where  a  variance  is  identified,  the agency shall submit a
   written  corrective action plan to address each variance by category and
   fund  source.  The  reconciliation  shall  be submitted to the Executive
   Office  of the Governor, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of
   the  House  of  Representatives no later than 30 days after the close of
   each quarter. The agency may submit budget amendments to the Legislative
   Budget  Commission  to  realign  appropriation  categories  based on the
   reconciliation  pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  chapter  216, Florida
   Statutes.

 197   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CASE MANAGEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,212
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                            76,266

 198   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      366,432,609
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       563,632,359

 199   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION AND INTERVENTION/
        PART C
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           34,856
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                            52,942

 200   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SHANDS TEACHING HOSPITAL
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,673,569
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,000,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 200, the recurring sums of
   $8,673,569  from the General Revenue Fund and $1,000,000 from the Grants
   and  Donations  Trust  Fund, and the nonrecurring sum of $6,000,000 from
   the  General  Revenue  Fund  (Senate  Form  2681),  shall  be  primarily
   designated  for  transfer to the Agency for Health Care Administration's
   Grants  and Donations Trust Fund for use in the Medicaid program. Should
   the agency be unable to use the full amount of these designated funds as
   Medicaid match, the remaining funds may be used secondarily for payments
   to  Shands  Teaching  Hospital  to  continue  the  original  purpose  of

   providing  health  care  services  to  indigent  patients through Shands
   Healthcare System (recurring base appropriation project).

 201   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HEALTHY START SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       25,056,679
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        38,058,383

 202   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       38,628,100
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        77,154,746
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       175,861,602

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  202, $38,628,100 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund,  $39,700,000 from the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund,  and $118,971,900 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are provided to
   fund  the  Statewide Medicaid Residency Program and the Graduate Medical
   Education  Startup  Bonus  Program. Of these funds, $97,300,000 shall be
   used to fund the Statewide Medicaid Residency Program in accordance with
   section  409.909(3), Florida Statutes. Of these funds, $42,262,976 shall
   be  distributed to the two hospitals with the largest number of graduate
   medical  residents  in  statewide  supply/demand  deficit. The remaining
   funds shall be used to fund the Graduate Medical Education Startup Bonus
   Program in accordance with section 409.909(5), Florida Statutes, and are
   provided  for  the  following  physician specialties and subspecialties,
   both  adult  and pediatric, that are in statewide supply/demand deficit:
   allergy  or  immunology;  anesthesiology;  cardiology;  colon and rectal
   surgery;    emergency    medicine;   endocrinology;   family   medicine;
   gastroenterology;   general   internal   medicine;  geriatric  medicine;
   hematology;  oncology;  infectious  diseases;  neonatology;  nephrology;
   neurological  surgery;  obstetrics/gynecology; ophthalmology; orthopedic
   surgery;  pediatrics;  physical  medicine  and  rehabilitation;  plastic
   surgery/reconstructive  surgery;  psychiatry;  pulmonary/critical  care;
   radiation   oncology;   rheumatology;  thoracic  surgery;  urology;  and
   vascular  surgery.  Funding  for  the Graduate Medical Education Startup
   Bonus  Program  is  contingent  on  the  nonfederal share being provided
   through  intergovernmental  transfers  in  the Grants and Donation Trust
   Fund.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  202,  $5,796,200 from the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund and $8,803,800 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  are  provided  to  fund  FTEs in primary care as defined in
   section 409.909, Florida Statutes, and training in Medicaid regions with
   traditional  primary  care  demand  greater than supply by 85 percent or
   more  as  documented  in  the  IHS Markit Florida Statewide and Regional
   Physician  Workforce  Analysis: 2019 to 2035, 2021 Update to Projections
   of  Supply  and  Demand:  Exhibit  23 Physician Gap divided by Supply by
   Specialty  and  Medicaid  Region,  2035.  Of  these funds $3,600,000 are
   provided  to  fund  up  to $100,000 per newly approved internal medicine
   residency  slot  effective as of September 2021. The second distribution
   of  these  funds  in  the  amount  of  $4,500,000  shall  be distributed
   proportionally  per-FTE  to  hospitals  with greater than or equal to 14
   percent Medicaid utilization, based on the 2020 Florida Hospital Uniform
   Reporting  System data as of November 1, 2021. The remaining funds shall
   be distributed proportionally per the filled State Fiscal Year 2021-2022
   Medicaid approved Graduate Medical Education FTEs. Payments to providers
   under  this  section  of  proviso  are  contingent  upon approval of the
   nonfederal  share  provided  through  intergovernmental transfers in the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund.  In  the  event  the  funds are not
   available  in  the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of Florida
   is not obligated to make payments under this section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  202, $26,202,000 from the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust Fund and $39,798,000 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  are  provided to statutory teaching hospitals as defined in
   section 408.07(45), Florida Statutes, which provide charity care greater
   than  $15 million in charity costs as calculated by the 2021-2022 fiscal
   year  Florida  Medicaid  Low Income Pool Program and also provide highly
   specialized  tertiary  care  including: comprehensive stroke and Level 2
   adult  cardiovascular  services;  NICU II and III; and adult open heart;
   shall  be  designated as a High Tertiary Statutory Teaching Hospital and
   eligible  for  funding calculated on a per GME resident-FTE proportional
   allocation  that shall be in addition to any other GME funding. Of these
   funds,  $27,000,000 shall be first distributed to hospitals with greater
   than  500  unweighted  2021-2022  fiscal  year FTEs. The remaining funds

   shall  be  distributed  proportionally  based  on  the  total unweighted
   2021-2022  fiscal year FTEs. Payments to providers under this section of
   proviso  are contingent upon the nonfederal share being provided through
   intergovernmental  transfers  in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In
   the  event the funds are not available in the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund,  the State of Florida is not obligated to make payments under this
   section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  202,  $3,176,000 from the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund and $4,824,000 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  are provided to fund up to $150,000 per-FTE in primary care
   as  defined  in  section  409.909,  Florida  Statutes,  and  training in
   Medicaid  Region  1.  Payments  are  distributed  proportionally per the
   filled  State  Fiscal  Year 2021-2022 Medicaid approved Graduate Medical
   Education  FTEs. Payments to providers under this section of proviso are
   contingent   upon   the   nonfederal   share   being   provided  through
   intergovernmental  transfers  in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In
   the  event the funds are not available in the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund,  the State of Florida is not obligated to make payments under this
   section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  202,  $1,746,800 from the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund and $2,653,200 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  are  provided to fund up to $200,000 per filled Fiscal Year
   2022-2023  unweighted  FTE  resident,  fellow  or  intern position in an
   accredited  program  who  rotates  through  mental health and behavioral
   health  facilities  licensed  under  section  394,  Florida Statutes, to
   address  the  severe deficit of physicians trained in these specialties.
   Payments  to providers under this section of proviso are contingent upon
   the  nonfederal share being provided through intergovernmental transfers
   in  the  Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In the event the funds are not
   available  in  the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of Florida
   is not obligated to make payments under this section of proviso.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   202,   $533,745  in
   nonrecurring  funds from the Grant and Donations Trust Fund and $810,702
   in  nonrecurring  funds from the Medical Care Trust Fund are provided to
   Citrus  Health  Network to fund psychiatry residency slots for Federally
   Qualified Health Centers that hold continued institutional accreditation
   from  the  Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education in adult
   and  child  psychiatry.  Payments  to  providers  under  this section of
   proviso  are  contingent  upon approval of the nonfederal share provided
   through  intergovernmental  transfers  in the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund.  In  the  event  the  funds  are  not  available in the Grants and
   Donations  Trust  Fund,  the  State  of Florida is not obligated to make
   payments under this section of proviso (HB 3281)(Senate Form 1670).

   The  Agency for Health Care Administration is authorized to expend funds
   in  the  Grants and Donations Trust Fund and the Medical Care Trust Fund
   to  manage  an  indirect  medical  education  program  for  institutions
   participating  in  a  graduate  medical education program. The agency is
   authorized to submit a budget amendment pursuant to chapter 216, Florida
   Statutes,  requesting spending authority to manage the program. Payments
   to  institutions pursuant to this section of proviso are contingent upon
   the  nonfederal share being provided through intergovernmental transfers
   in  the  Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In the event the funds are not
   available  in  the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of Florida
   is not obligated to make payments under this section of proviso.

 203   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HOSPITAL INPATIENT SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      267,227,879
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                        42,300,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        20,490,817
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       572,624,047
        FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        47,450,732
        FROM REFUGEE ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .                           269,361

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 203, the Agency for Health
   Care   Administration  may  establish  a  global  fee  for  bone  marrow
   transplants  and  the  global fee payment shall be paid to approved bone
   marrow  transplant  providers  that  provide  bone marrow transplants to
   Medicaid beneficiaries.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  203  and 210, $2,914,928

   from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund and $4,427,459 from the Medical
   Care   Trust   Fund   are   provided   to  make  Medicaid  payments  for
   multi-visceral  transplants  and  intestine  transplants in Florida. The
   Agency  for  Health  Care  Administration  shall  set the global fee for
   facilities  that  provide  these  transplant procedures at $972,232; the
   global  fee  for physicians providing multi-visceral transplants will be
   set   at   $50,000.   The   payments  shall  be  used  to  pay  approved
   multi-visceral  transplant  and intestine transplant facilities a global
   fee  for  providing these transplant services to Medicaid beneficiaries.
   Payment  of the global fee is contingent upon the nonfederal share being
   provided  through  grants  and  donations  from  state, county, or other
   governmental  funds. The agency is authorized to seek any federal waiver
   or state plan amendment necessary to implement this provision.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  203,  $1,961,231 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $2,978,897 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee for
   service  rates  at  the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose of
   raising  wages  of direct care employees of Medicaid providers including
   1099  employees  who provide services under the Florida Medicaid Program
   to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as
   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriations  203,  207,  and  211,
   $19,933,332  in  nonrecurring  funds  from  the General Revenue Fund and
   $30,276,572  in  nonrecurring funds from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided for a Hospital Outlier Payment.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 203 and 207, the criteria
   for the High Medicaid Provider Adjustor shall be hospitals with Medicaid
   utilization equal to or greater than 50 percent.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  203  and 210, $2,528,248
   from the General Revenue Fund and $3,839,332 from the Medical Care Trust
   Fund  are  provided  to make Medicaid payments for pediatric lung, adult
   lung,  heart,  liver,  and adult and pediatric intestinal/multi-visceral
   transplants  in  Florida  at  global  rates.  The Agency for Health Care
   Administration  shall  set  the global fee for facilities and physicians
   that  provide  these  transplant  procedures at the respective rates for
   pediatric  lung transplants $400,925 and $58,421; adult lung transplants
   $293,534  and  $47,252;  adult  heart  transplants $193,303 and $38,661;
   adult   liver   $136,887   and  $38,661;  and  intestinal/multi-visceral
   transplants  $644,344  and  $71,594.  The  payments shall be used to pay
   approved  transplant  facilities  global facility and physician fees for
   providing  these  transplant  services  to  Medicaid  beneficiaries. The
   agency  is authorized to seek any federal waiver or state plan amendment
   necessary to implement this provision.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 203, the Agency for Health
   Care  Administration  shall  continue a Diagnosis Related Grouping (DRG)
   reimbursement methodology for hospital inpatient services as directed in
   section 409.905(5)(c), Florida Statutes.

   Base Rate - $3,529.32
   Neonates Service Adjustor Severity Level 1 - 1.0
   Neonates Service Adjustor Severity Level 2 - 1.52
   Neonates Service Adjustor Severity Level 3 - 1.8
   Neonates Service Adjustor Severity Level 4 - 2.0

   Neonatal, Pediatric, Transplant Pediatric, Mental Health
     and Rehab DRGs:
   Severity Level 1 - 1.0
   Severity Level 2 - 1.52
   Severity Level 3 - 1.8
   Severity Level 4 - 2.0
   Outlier Threshold - $60,000
   Free Standing Rehabilitation Provider Adjustor - 2.561
   Rural Provider Adjustor - 2.292
   Long Term Acute Care (LTAC) Provider Adjustor - 2.067
   High Medicaid Provider Adjustor - 2.135
   Marginal Cost Percentage - 60%
   Marginal Cost Percentage for Pediatric Claims  Severity
     Levels 3 or 4 - 80%
   Marginal Cost Percentage for Neonates Claims  Severity
     Levels 3 or 4 - 80%
   Marginal Cost Percentage for Transplant Pediatric Claims
     Severity Levels 3 or 4 - 80%
   Documentation and Coding Adjustment - 1/3 of 1% per year
   Level I Trauma Add On - 17%
   Level II or Level II and Pediatric Add On - 11%
   Pediatric Trauma Add On - 4%

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriations  203,  207,  and  211,
   $62,046,712  in  nonrecurring  funds from the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund  and  $94,242,235 in nonrecurring funds from the Medical Care Trust
   Fund  are  provided  to  implement  cost-based reimbursement computed as
   multipliers  by the Agency for Health Care Administration based on upper
   payment  limit  principles  for qualifying Florida cancer hospitals that
   meet  the  criteria  in 42 U.S.C. s. 1395ww(d)(1)(B)(v), and achieve the
   quality  metrics  in  the  pre-print approved by the federal Centers for
   Medicare  and Medicaid Services for a minimum fee schedule calculated as
   a supplemental per member per month payment. These funds shall be placed
   in  reserve.  The  agency  shall  submit  a  budget amendment requesting
   release  of  the  funds held in reserve pursuant to chapter 216, Florida
   Statutes.  In addition to the proposed amendment, the agency must submit
   a  proposed  distribution  model  by  entity  and  a proposed listing of
   entities  contributing  intergovernmental transfers to support the state
   match.   Payments  to  providers  under  this  section  of  proviso  are
   contingent   upon   the   nonfederal   share   being   provided  through
   intergovernmental  transfers  in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In
   the  event the funds are not available in the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund,  the State of Florida is not obligated to make payments under this
   section of proviso.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   203,   $750,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for
   Leesburg Hospital Indigent Care (HB 4183)(Senate Form 1860).

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriations  203,  207,  and  211,
   $33,700,000  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  and $51,186,650 from the
   Medical  Care  Trust Fund are provided to nonprofit hospitals that as of
   January  1,  2022,  are  separately  licensed  by the state as specialty
   hospitals  providing  comprehensive  acute  care  services  to  children
   pursuant  to  chapter  395.002(28),  Florida Statutes, as of the date of
   enactment  of this bill into law, and remain so licensed and qualify for
   the  High-Medicaid  DRG  and  EAPG  Policy  Adjustor.  Payments to these
   hospitals  must  be  distributed to qualifying hospitals proportionately
   via  average  per claim (per discharge) amounts through the DRG and EAPG
   payment  method  based  on  each  hospital's  total of Simulated DRG and
   Trauma  Add-On  Payments  plus  Simulated  EAPG payments to the total of
   these  payments  for all qualifying hospitals. Payment of these funds to
   an  individual  qualifying  specialty  hospital  is  contingent  on that
   hospital  entering  into  full  network  contracts  with each applicable
   Medicaid  managed care plan in the state by July 30, 2022, for a term of
   the entire fiscal year at a minimum.

 204   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGULAR DISPROPORTIONATE SHARE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,545,351
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       103,806,243
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       244,984,114

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  204,  $6,545,351 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund, $103,806,243 from the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund  and  $244,984,114 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are provided to

   the   Agency   for   Health  Care  Administration  for  the  purpose  of
   implementing   the  Disproportionate  Share  Hospital  Program  and  are
   contingent  on  the  non-state  share  being provided through grants and
   donations  from state, county, or other government entities. These funds
   shall  be  placed in reserve. The agency shall submit a budget amendment
   requesting release of the funds held in reserve pursuant to chapter 216,
   Florida  Statutes. If the chair and vice chair of the Legislative Budget
   Commission  or  the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House
   of  Representatives  object in writing to a proposed amendment within 14
   days after notification, the Governor shall void the action. In addition
   to   the   proposed   amendment,  the  agency  must  submit  a  proposed
   distribution  model  by  entity  and  a  proposed  listing  of  entities
   contributing  intergovernmental  transfers  to  support  the state match
   required.  Disproportionate Share Hospital Program payments to providers
   are   contingent  upon  the  nonfederal  share  being  provided  through
   intergovernmental  transfers  in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In
   the  event the funds are not available in the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund,  the State of Florida is not obligated to make payments under this
   section of proviso.

 205   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LOW INCOME POOL
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       598,829,152
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       909,556,621

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 205, $598,829,152 from the
   Grants  and  Donations Trust Fund and $909,556,621 from the Medical Care
   Trust Fund are provided to the Agency for Health Care Administration for
   the  purpose  of  implementing  the Low Income Pool program. These funds
   shall  be  placed in reserve. The agency shall submit a budget amendment
   requesting release of the funds held in reserve pursuant to chapter 216,
   Florida  Statutes,  and the final terms and conditions of the Low Income
   Pool.  If  the chair and vice chair of the Legislative Budget Commission
   or  the  President  of  the  Senate  and  the  Speaker  of  the House of
   Representatives object in writing to a proposed amendment within 14 days
   after  notification,  the Governor shall void the action. In addition to
   the  proposed  amendment, the agency must submit a proposed distribution
   model  by  entity  and  a  proposed  listing  of  entities  contributing
   Intergovernmental  Transfers  to  support  the state match required. Low
   Income  Pool  payments  to  providers are contingent upon the nonfederal
   share  being  provided through intergovernmental transfers in the Grants
   and  Donations  Trust  Fund. In the event the funds are not available in
   the  Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund,  the  State  of Florida is not
   obligated to make payments under this section of proviso.

   In  order  to  preserve  the  limits  of Specific Appropriation 205, the
   Agency for Health Care Administration is prohibited from seeking federal
   approval  to  amend  the Special Terms and Conditions for the Low Income
   Pool  before  a  14  day prior notification is provided to the Executive
   Office  of  the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget, the chair of the
   Senate   Appropriations   Committee   and   the   chair   of  the  House
   Appropriations   Committee.   Such   notification   is  subject  to  the
   legislative  review and objection provisions of section 216.177, Florida
   Statutes.

 206   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HOSPITAL INSURANCE BENEFITS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,037,773
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         3,095,156

 207   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       70,533,728
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,222,561
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       148,317,442
        FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        20,768,022
        FROM REFUGEE ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .                           208,431

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 207, the Agency for Health
   Care  Administration  shall  implement  an  Enhanced  Ambulatory Patient
   Grouping   (EAPG)  reimbursement  methodology  for  hospital  outpatient
   services as directed in section 409.905(6)(b), Florida Statutes.

   Ambulatory Surgical Center Base Rate - $244.51

   Hospital Outpatient Base Rate - $382.51
   Rural Hospital Provider Adjustor - 1.5560
   High Medicaid Provider Adjustor - 2.1218
   Documentation and Coding Adjustment - 0%

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  207,  $404,177  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund and $613,902 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee for
   service  rates  at  the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose of
   raising  wages  of direct care employees of Medicaid providers including
   1099  employees  who provide services under the Florida Medicaid Program
   to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as
   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

 208   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OTHER FEE FOR SERVICE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      312,015,393
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                         4,840,597
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,743,862
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       552,226,383
        FROM REFUGEE ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .                           229,144

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  208,  $333,481  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund and $506,521 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee for
   service  rates  at  the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose of
   raising  wages  of direct care employees of Medicaid providers including
   1099  employees  who provide services under the Florida Medicaid Program
   to  at  least  $15.00 per hour. The funds are contingent upon House Bill
   539 or similar legislation becoming law.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an employee of a provider not receiving a
   wage  of at least $15.00 per hour may bring a civil action in a court of
   competent jurisdiction against his or her employer and, upon prevailing,
   shall recover the full amount of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus
   the  same  amount as liquidated damages, and shall be awarded reasonable
   attorney's  fees  and costs. In addition, they shall be entitled to such
   legal  or equitable relief as may be appropriate to remedy the violation
   including,   without  limitation,  reinstatement  in  employment  and/or
   injunctive  relief.  Such  actions  may  be  brought  as  a class action
   pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  208  are  for  the  inclusion  of
   freestanding  dialysis  clinics  in the Medicaid program. The Agency for
   Health  Care Administration shall limit payment to $125.00 per visit for
   each  dialysis  treatment.  Freestanding dialysis facilities may obtain,
   administer  and  submit  claims  directly  to  the  Medicaid program for
   End-Stage   Renal   Disease  pharmaceuticals  subject  to  coverage  and
   limitations  policy.  All  pharmaceutical  claims  for this purpose must

   include  National  Drug  Codes (NDC) to permit the invoicing for federal
   and/or  state  supplemental  rebates from manufacturers. Claims for drug
   products  that do not include NDC information are not payable by Florida
   Medicaid   unless  the  drug  product  is  exempt  from  federal  rebate
   requirements.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 208, the Agency for Health
   Care  Administration  shall  work  with dialysis providers, managed care
   organizations,  and physicians to ensure that all Medicaid patients with
   End  Stage  Renal  Disease  (ESRD)  are  educated  and assessed by their
   physician  and  dialysis provider to determine their suitability for all
   types  of  home  modalities.  Further, the agency shall consult with the
   dialysis  community concerning suitable voluntary reporting to the state
   Medicaid program on members' home modality suitability.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 208, the Agency for Health
   Care  Administration  shall  apply  a recurring methodology to establish
   clinic  services  rates taking into consideration the reductions imposed
   on  or  after  October  1, 2008, in the following manner: (1) the agency
   shall divide the total amount of each recurring reduction imposed by the
   number  of  visits originally used in the rate calculation for each rate
   setting  period  on  or  after  October 1, 2008, which will yield a rate
   reduction  per  diem for each rate period; (2) the agency shall multiply
   the resulting rate reduction per diem for each rate setting period on or
   after  October  1,  2008,  by  the  projected  number  of visits used in
   establishing  the  current  budget  estimate  which will yield the total
   current  reduction  amount  to  be  applied to current rates; (3) in the
   event  the total current reduction amount is greater than the historical
   reduction  amount,  the  agency  shall  hold  the  rate reduction to the
   historical reduction amount.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriations 208 and 211, $400,000 from
   the  Grants  and Donations Trust Fund and $607,556 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  are  provided to buy back clinic services rate adjustments,
   effective on or after July 1, 2008, and are contingent on the nonfederal
   share  being provided through grants and donations from state, county or
   other  governmental  funds.  Authority  is  granted  to  buy  back  rate
   reductions  up  to, but not higher than, the amounts available under the
   authority appropriated in this Specific Appropriation. In the event that
   the  funds are not available in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the
   State  of  Florida  is  not  obligated to continue reimbursements at the
   higher amount.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  208 and 222, $18,753,731
   from  the  Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund  and $28,484,886 from the
   Medical   Care  Trust  Fund  are  provided  to  buy  back  hospice  rate
   reductions, effective on or after January 1, 2008, and are contingent on
   the  nonfederal  share  being  provided  through  nursing  home  quality
   assessments. Authority is granted to buy back rate reductions up to, but
   no  higher  than,  the amounts available under the budgeted authority in
   this  Specific  Appropriation.  In  the  event  that  the  funds are not
   available  in  the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of Florida
   is not obligated to continue reimbursements at the higher amount.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  208, $42,000,000 from the
   Medical  Care  Trust Fund is provided for a certified public expenditure
   program  for  Emergency  Medical  Services.  The  Agency for Health Care
   Administration  shall  seek  a  state plan amendment/waiver to implement
   this program pursuant to 42 CFR 433.51. Payments to providers under this
   section  of  proviso  are  contingent  upon  the  nonfederal share being
   provided  through  certified  public  expenditures  in  the  Grants  and
   Donations  Trust  Fund.  In the event the funds are not available in the
   Grants  and  Donations Trust Fund, the State of Florida is not obligated
   to make payments under this section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  208, $24,990,000 from the
   Medical  Care Trust Fund is provided for the Florida Assertive Community
   Treatment (FACT) Team Services as a Medicaid state plan covered service.
   Medicaid  coverage  for  the  FACT  Team  Services  is contingent on the
   availability of state matching funds of $9,921,030 from the Medical Care
   Trust Fund being provided in Specific Appropriation 381.

 209   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PERSONAL CARE SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       56,571,233
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        86,248,119

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  209,  $5,824,016 from the

   General Revenue Fund and $8,846,049 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   appropriated for the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee
   for  service  rates at the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose
   of  raising  wages  of  direct  care  employees  of  Medicaid  providers
   including 1099 employees who provide services under the Florida Medicaid
   Program to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as
   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

 210   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PHYSICIAN AND HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       61,973,837
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                         3,543,106
        FROM TOBACCO SETTLEMENT TRUST FUND .                        15,898,906
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        23,957,438
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       171,044,995
        FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,114,334
        FROM REFUGEE ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .                           171,283

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  210, $23,685,614 from the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust Fund and $35,975,881 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  are  provided  for  a  differential  fee  schedule  paid as
   supplemental  payments  for  services  provided  by doctors of medicine,
   osteopathy,  and  dentistry  as  well  as  other  licensed  health  care
   practitioners  acting under the supervision of those doctors pursuant to
   existing  statutes  and  written protocols employed by or under contract
   with  a  medical  or  dental  school  or  a  public hospital in Florida.
   Payments  to providers under this section of proviso are contingent upon
   the  nonfederal share being provided through intergovernmental transfers
   in  the  Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In the event the funds are not
   available  in  the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of Florida
   is not obligated to make payments under this section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  210,  $5,591,334 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $8,492,630 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee for
   service  rates  at  the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose of
   raising  wages  of direct care employees of Medicaid providers including
   1099  employees  who provide services under the Florida Medicaid Program
   to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as

   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

 211   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PREPAID HEALTH PLANS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    5,186,997,145
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                       344,363,263
        FROM TOBACCO SETTLEMENT TRUST FUND .                       344,241,094
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     2,530,302,183
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                    10,298,020,507
        FROM PUBLIC MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                       825,292,926
        FROM REFUGEE ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .                        21,855,079

   The  Agency for Health Care Administration is authorized to expend funds
   from the Grants and Donations Trust Fund and the Medical Care Trust Fund
   to  manage  a directed payment program for hospitals providing inpatient
   and  outpatient  services to Medicaid managed care enrollees. The agency
   is  authorized  to  submit  a  budget amendment pursuant to chapter 216,
   Florida  Statutes,  requesting spending authority to manage the program.
   Directed payments to hospitals pursuant to this section of proviso shall
   not  be  considered  a  component  of  the  provider payment calculation
   specified  in  section  409.975(6), Florida Statutes, and are contingent
   upon  the  nonfederal  share  being  provided  through intergovernmental
   transfers in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In the event the funds
   are  not  available in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of
   Florida is not obligated to make payments under this section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 211, $130,695,402 from the
   Grants  and  Donations Trust Fund and $198,512,159 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  shall be used to pay prepaid health plans to support access
   to  high  quality  care  provided by doctors of medicine, osteopathy and
   dentistry  as  well  as  other licensed health care practitioners acting
   under the supervision of those doctors pursuant to existing statutes and
   written protocols employed by or under contract with a medical or dental
   school  in  Florida  or a public hospital through a minimum fee schedule
   calculated  as a supplemental per member per month payment, based on the
   amount allowable under the state plan amendment and historic utilization
   of  services.  Payments  to  providers under this section of proviso are
   contingent   upon   the   nonfederal   share   being   provided  through
   intergovernmental  transfers  in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund. In
   the  event the funds are not available in the Grants and Donations Trust
   Fund,  the State of Florida is not obligated to make payments under this
   section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  211,  $4,000,000 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $6,075,567 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided for flexible services for persons with severe mental illness or
   substance  abuse  disorders,  including,  but  not limited to, temporary
   housing   assistance,   subject   to   federal  approval  under  section
   409.906(13)(d), Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  211,  $7,142,622 from the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust Fund and $10,848,869 from the Medical Care
   Trust  Fund  are  provided  to increase reimbursement for physicians and
   dentists  employed by or under contract with a Florida medical or dental
   school  or  a public hospital and practitioners under the supervision of
   those  physicians or dentists to the level provided for these physicians
   and  practitioners  pursuant  to  a minimum fee schedule calculated as a
   supplemental  per  member  per  month  payment  based  on  the  historic
   utilization  of  services  by Medicaid eligible children. Payment of the
   increase under this section of proviso is contingent upon the nonfederal
   share  being  provided through intergovernmental transfers in the Grants
   and  Donations  Trust  Fund. In the event the funds are not available in
   the  Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund,  the  State  of Florida is not
   obligated to make payments under this section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriations 211 and 212, the Agency for
   Health  Care  Administration  is  authorized  to  expend  funds from the
   General  Revenue  Fund,  the  Grants  and  Donations Trust Fund, and the
   Medical  Care  Trust Fund to purchase prescription drugs pursuant to the
   parameters  of  the  Canadian  Prescription  Drug Importation Program as
   authorized  by  section  381.02035,  Florida  Statutes,  for  use in the
   Medicaid program, as outlined in section 381.02035(3), Florida Statutes,

   for Medicaid eligible persons.

   From  the funds in Specific Appropriations 211 and 222, $55,000,000 from
   the  Grants  and  Donations  Trust Fund and $83,539,043 from the Medical
   Care  Trust Fund are provided for a certified public expenditure program
   for   Emergency   Medical   Services.   The   Agency   for  Health  Care
   Administration  shall  seek  a  state plan amendment/waiver to implement
   this program pursuant to 42 CFR 433.51. Payments to providers under this
   section  of  proviso  are  contingent  upon  the  nonfederal share being
   provided through intergovernmental transfers in the Grants and Donations
   Trust  Fund.  In the event the funds are not available in the Grants and
   Donations  Trust  Fund,  the  State  of Florida is not obligated to make
   payments under this section of proviso.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  211,  $1,000,000 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $1,518,892 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided for a Maternal Fetal Medicine provider rate increase.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  211, $26,868,513 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $40,810,361 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are  provided  for  the  sole  purpose  of raising wages of employees of
   Medicaid  providers  including 1099 employees who provide services under
   the Florida Medicaid Program to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a  supplemental wage agreement with all
   managed  care plans to ensure these funds are used to raise the wages of
   direct  care  employees  under contract with the managed care plan.  The
   managed care plan shall provide attestation to the agency that they have
   amended  each provider's contract reimbursement rate to comply with this
   provision by January 1, 2023.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as
   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

 212   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRESCRIBED MEDICINE/DRUGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       66,759,740
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                        23,416,496
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       260,344,304
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        75,011,142
        FROM REFUGEE ASSISTANCE TRUST FUND .                           317,564

 213   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       MEDICARE PART D PAYMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      773,017,438

 214   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATEWIDE INPATIENT PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          257,296
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                           440,632

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  214  are provided to the Agency
   for  Health  Care  Administration  for  services  for  children  in  the
   Statewide  Inpatient  Psychiatric Program. The program shall be designed
   to  permit  prior  authorization  of  services,  monitoring  and quality
   assurance,  discharge  planning,  and  continuing  stay  reviews  of all
   children admitted to the program.


 215   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SUPPLEMENTAL MEDICAL INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      973,210,689
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                     1,635,387,578

 216   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       MEDICAID SCHOOL REFINANCING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,000,000
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       103,886,947

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  216,  $4,000,000 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $6,075,567 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  for  school-based  services,  pursuant  to  section  409.9072,
   Florida  Statutes,  provided  by private schools or charter schools that
   are  not  participating in the school district's certified match program
   under  section  409.9071,  Florida Statutes, to children younger than 21
   years  of  age with specified disabilities who are eligible for Medicaid
   and Part B or Part H of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), or
   the exceptional student education program, or who have an individualized
   educational plan.

TOTAL: MEDICAID SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    8,226,023,527
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                    20,904,656,879

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    29,130,680,406

MEDICAID LONG TERM CARE

 217   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ASSISTIVE CARE SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,279,935
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         1,944,082

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  217,  $136,616  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund and $207,505 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided to  the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee for
   service  rates  at  the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose of
   raising  wages  of direct care employees of Medicaid providers including
   1099  employees  who provide services under the Florida Medicaid Program
   to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as
   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

 218   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          177,230
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                     1,884,558,872

 219   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES/
        INTELLECTUALLY DISABLED - SUNLAND CENTER
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                        77,739,811

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  219,  220, 221, 222, and
   223, the Agency for Health Care Administration, in consultation with the
   Agency  for  Persons with Disabilities, is authorized to transfer funds,
   in  accordance  with the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes, to

   Specific  Appropriation  245 for the Developmental Disabilities Home and
   Community  Based  Waiver.  Priority  for  the use of these funds will be
   given  to the planning and service areas with the greatest potential for
   transition success.

 220   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES/
        DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED COMMUNITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      127,856,272
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        17,562,275
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       220,905,005

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  220, $17,562,275 from the
   Grants  and  Donations  Trust Fund and $26,675,194 from the Medical Care
   Trust Fund are provided to buy back intermediate care facilities for the
   developmentally  disabled rate reductions, effective on or after October
   1,  2008,  and  are  contingent  on  the nonfederal share being provided
   through  intermediate  care  facilities for the developmentally disabled
   quality assessments. Authority is granted to buy back rate reductions up
   to,  but  not  higher  than,  the  amounts  available under the budgeted
   authority  in  this  Specific Appropriation. In the event that the funds
   are  not  available in the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of
   Florida  is  not  obligated  to  continue  reimbursements  at the higher
   amount.

   The  Agency  for  Health  Care  Administration  shall  not pay any legal
   judgments,  settlements, lawsuit damages or awards imposed by a court as
   the  result  of  any  legal  proceeding  relating  to prior fiscal years
   without specific authority in the General Appropriations Act.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  220, $11,756,545 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $17,856,918 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are   provided   for  an  Intermediate  Care  Facilities/Developmentally
   Disabled (ICF/DD) rate increase.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  220,  $7,273,844 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $11,048,181 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are   provided   to   establish   a   new  level  of  reimbursement  for
   Medicaid-eligible  individuals  residing  in  or seeking admission to an
   Intermediate   Care   Facility   for   Individuals   with   Intellectual
   Disabilities  (ICF/IID)  who  have  severe behavioral needs. These funds
   shall  be  placed  in reserve. The Agency for Health Care Administration
   shall  submit a budget amendment requesting release of the funds held in
   reserve  pursuant to chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release of the funds
   is  contingent  upon  the  agency demonstrating the need and identifying
   individuals  who  have  severe behavioral needs and who qualify for this
   level of care.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  220, $13,891,474 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $21,099,645 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are  provided to the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee
   for  service  rates at the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose
   of  raising  wages  of  direct  care  employees  of  Medicaid  providers
   including 1099 employees who provide services under the Florida Medicaid
   Program to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as
   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.


 221   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       NURSING HOME CARE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       35,912,835
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                        16,729,472
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        29,921,212
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       125,405,043

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 221, the Agency for Health
   Care  Administration  is authorized to transfer funds in accordance with
   the   provisions   of   chapter   216,  Florida  Statutes,  to  Specific
   Appropriation  218  specifically  for  slots  under the Model Waiver and
   Specific  Appropriation  222  Statewide  Medicaid Managed Care Long-Term
   Care  Waiver  to  transition the greatest number of appropriate eligible
   beneficiaries   from   skilled  nursing  facilities  to  community-based
   alternatives in order to maximize the reduction in Medicaid nursing home
   occupancy.  Priority  for  the  use  of these funds will be given to the
   planning  and  service  areas with the greatest potential for transition
   success.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 221 and 222, $432,726,079
   from  the  Grants  and  Donations  Trust  Fund and $657,264,045 from the
   Medical  Care  Trust Fund are provided to buy back nursing facility rate
   reductions, effective on or after January 1, 2008, and are contingent on
   the  nonfederal  share  being  provided  through  nursing  home  quality
   assessments. Authority is granted to buy back rate reductions up to, but
   not  higher  than, the amounts available under the budgeted authority in
   these  Specific  Appropriations.  In  the  event  that the funds are not
   available  in  the Grants and Donations Trust Fund, the State of Florida
   is not obligated to continue reimbursements at the higher amount.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  221,  $4,118,588 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $6,255,689 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to the Agency for Health Care Administration to adjust fee for
   service  rates  at  the annual rate setting date for the sole purpose of
   raising wages for nursing home employees of Medicaid providers including
   1099  employees  who provide services under the Florida Medicaid Program
   to  at  least  $15.00 per hour. The funds are contingent upon House Bill
   539 or similar legislation becoming law.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023, an employee of a nursing home provider not
   receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour may bring a civil action in
   a  court of competent jurisdiction against his or her employer and, upon
   prevailing,  shall  recover the full amount of any back wages unlawfully
   withheld  plus  the  same  amount  as  liquidated  damages, and shall be
   awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In addition, they shall be
   entitled  to  such  legal  or  equitable relief as may be appropriate to
   remedy  the  violation  including,  without limitation, reinstatement in
   employment  and/or  injunctive  relief. Such actions may be brought as a
   class  action  pursuant  to  Rule  1.220  of  the Florida Rules of Civil
   Procedure.

 222   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PREPAID HEALTH PLAN/LONG TERM CARE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .    1,554,402,031
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                       308,100,403
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       432,643,075
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                     3,492,387,538

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  222, $53,952,300 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $81,947,700 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are  provided  for  the  sole  purpose  of raising wages of employees of
   Medicaid  providers  including 1099 employees who provide services under
   the Florida Medicaid Program to at least $15.00 per hour.

   In  order to receive funds as a result of the increased rate, a provider
   must enter into a supplemental wage agreement with the Agency for Health

   Care Administration. The agreement must require the provider to agree to
   pay  each of its employees at least $15.00 per hour. The agreement shall
   include  an  attestation under penalty of perjury under section 837.012,
   Florida  Statutes,  stating  that  every employee of the provider, as of
   October 1, 2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a  supplemental wage agreement with all
   managed  care plans to ensure these funds are used to raise the wages of
   direct  care  employees  under  contract with the managed care plan. The
   managed care plan shall provide attestation to the agency that they have
   amended  each provider's contract reimbursement rate to comply with this
   provision by January 1, 2023.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a provider receiving an
   increased  rate that is not receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour
   may  bring  a  civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction against
   his  or her provider and, upon prevailing, shall recover the full amount
   of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus the same amount as liquidated
   damages,  and  shall be awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In
   addition,  they  shall  be entitled to such legal or equitable relief as
   may   be   appropriate   to  remedy  the  violation  including,  without
   limitation,  reinstatement  in employment and/or injunctive relief. Such
   actions  may  be brought as a class action pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the
   Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  222, $80,021,759 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund and $121,544,384 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are  provided  for  the  sole  purpose  of raising wages of employees of
   Medicaid  Nursing  Home  providers  including 1099 employees who provide
   services under the Florida Medicaid Program to at least $15.00 per hour.
   The  funds  are  contingent  upon  House Bill 539 or similar legislation
   becoming law.

   In  order to receive funds as a result of the increased rate, a provider
   must enter into a supplemental wage agreement with the Agency for Health
   Care Administration. The agreement must require the provider to agree to
   pay  each of its employees at least $15.00 per hour. The agreement shall
   include  an  attestation under penalty of perjury under section 837.012,
   Florida  Statutes,  stating  that  every employee of the provider, as of
   October 1, 2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  agency  shall  enter  into  a  supplemental wage agreement with all
   managed  care plans to ensure these funds are used to raise the wages of
   direct  care  employees  under contract with the managed care plan.  The
   managed care plan shall provide attestation to the agency that they have
   amended  each provider's contract reimbursement rate to comply with this
   provision by January 1, 2023.

   Beginning  January  1,  2023, an employee of a nursing home provider not
   receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour may bring a civil action in
   a  court of competent jurisdiction against his or her employer and, upon
   prevailing,  shall  recover the full amount of any back wages unlawfully
   withheld  plus  the  same  amount  as  liquidated  damages, and shall be
   awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In addition, they shall be
   entitled  to  such  legal  or  equitable relief as may be appropriate to
   remedy  the  violation  including,  without limitation, reinstatement in
   employment  and/or  injunctive  relief. Such actions may be brought as a
   class  action  pursuant  to  Rule  1.220  of  the Florida Rules of Civil
   Procedure.

 223   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE MENTAL HEALTH HOSPITAL PROGRAM
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                         4,048,175

 224   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PROGRAM OF ALL-INCLUSIVE CARE FOR THE
        ELDERLY (PACE)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       72,432,100
        FROM MEDICAL CARE TRUST FUND . . . .                       110,016,514

   Any  person  who  the  Legislature  has  approved to enroll participants
   residing  in  a  specific  geographic area in a Program of All-Inclusive
   Care  for  the Elderly (PACE) may transfer such approval, and assign its
   Program  of  All-Inclusive  Care for the Elderly (PACE) contract, to any
   other person meeting federal requirements upon the prior approval of the
   Agency  for  Health  Care  Administration, subject to any other required
   federal approvals. Any such approved transfer shall include the transfer

   of  any  appropriated  funds  by  the  Legislature  to  such  Program of
   All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), and all future appropriations
   in  respect of such Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
   shall be made to the approved transferee.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  224, $24,477,650 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $37,178,899 from the Medical Care Trust Fund
   are  provided  for  Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
   rate adjustments.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  224,  $206,890  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund and $314,244 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to  fund  50 authorized Program for All-Inclusive Care for the
   Elderly  (PACE)  slots  for  the  PACE Program that provides services to
   frail  and  elderly  persons who reside in Escambia, Okaloosa, and Santa
   Rosa  Counties,  as  authorized  by  chapter  2021-41,  Laws of Florida,
   effective April 1, 2023.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  224,  $1,556,893 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $2,364,751 funds from the Medical Care Trust
   Fund  are provided to fund 100 authorized Program for All-Inclusive Care
   for  the Elderly (PACE) slots for the PACE Program at the not-for-profit
   hospital  in  Miami-Dade  County serving persons in Northwest Miami-Dade
   County,  as  authorized  by  chapter 2021-41, Laws of Florida, effective
   July 1, 2022.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  224,  $1,774,832 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $2,695,777 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to  fund 100 authorized Program for All-Inclusive Care for the
   Elderly  (PACE)  slots  in  Orange,  Osceola, Lake, Sumter, and Seminole
   counties,  as  authorized by chapter 2021-41, Laws of Florida, effective
   July 1, 2022.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  224,  $1,649,066 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $2,502,661 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to  fund 200 authorized Program for All-Inclusive Care for the
   Elderly  (PACE)  slots  for  the public hospital system operating in the
   northern  two-thirds of Broward County to provide comprehensive services
   to  frail  and  elderly  persons  residing in the northern two-thirds of
   Broward  County,  as  authorized  by  chapter  2021-41, Laws of Florida,
   effective January 1, 2023.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  224,  $2,332,468 from the
   General Revenue Fund and $3,542,766 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided  to  fund 150 authorized Program for All-Inclusive Care for the
   Elderly (PACE) slots in Hillsborough County, for a PACE Program owned by
   a non-profit organization that has operated a hospice for over 40 years,
   as  authorized  by  chapter  2016-65, Laws of Florida, effective July 1,
   2022.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  224,  $833,454  from  the
   General Revenue Fund and $1,265,927 from the Medical Care Trust Fund are
   provided to authorize and fund 50 new Program for All-Inclusive Care for
   the Elderly (PACE) slots in Pinellas County, for a PACE Program owned by
   a non-profit organization that has operated a hospice for over 40 years,
   effective July 1, 2022.

   Pursuant to s. 430.84, Florida Statutes, and subject to federal approval
   of  the  application  to be a site for the Program of All-inclusive Care
   for  the Elderly (PACE), the Agency for Health Care Administration shall
   contract  with  one private health care organization, the sole member of
   which  is  a  private,  not-for-profit corporation that owns and manages
   health  care  organizations that provide primary, acute, post-acute, and
   comprehensive long-term care services, including: nursing home; assisted
   living;  independent  housing;  home  care;  adult  day  care;  and care
   management.  This  organization  shall  provide  these  services to PACE
   eligible  persons  who  reside  in  Brevard  County. The organization is
   exempt  from  the  requirements  of  chapter  641, Florida Statutes. The
   agency,  subject  to  an  appropriation, shall approve up to 200 initial
   enrollees  in the PACE program established by this organization to serve
   elderly persons who reside in Brevard County.

   The  Agency  for  Health  Care  Administration  shall  annually submit a
   Program  of  All-Inclusive  Care  for  the  Elderly (PACE) report on all
   applications  submitted  to  the  agency,  and  include  the name of the
   organization,  the  service area the organization represents, the number
   of  slots requested and authorized, and the date of agency approval. The

   agency  shall  submit  reports  to  the  Governor's Office of Policy and
   Budget,  the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and the chair
   of the House Appropriations Committee by December 30, 2022.

TOTAL: MEDICAID LONG TERM CARE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    1,792,060,403
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     6,721,961,477

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     8,514,021,880

PROGRAM: HEALTH CARE REGULATION

HEALTH CARE REGULATION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         30,872,895

 225   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      655.50
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                        44,258,189

 226   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                         1,687,686
        FROM QUALITY OF LONG-TERM CARE
         FACILITY IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND . .                            78,218

 227   EXPENSES
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                         7,147,588

 228   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                           226,288

 229   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,950,000
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                         6,946,890
        FROM QUALITY OF LONG-TERM CARE
         FACILITY IMPROVEMENT TRUST FUND . .                         5,924,096

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  229,  $5,000,000 from the
   Quality of Long-Term Care Facility Improvement Trust Fund is provided to
   the  Agency  for  Health  Care Administration to support activities that
   benefit nursing home residents and that protect or improve their quality
   of  care or quality of life. These funds shall be placed in reserve. The
   agency  is authorized to submit a budget amendment requesting release of
   the  funds  pursuant  to  chapter  216,  Florida  Statutes.  The  budget
   amendment  shall  include  a detailed operational work plan and spending
   plan.  The  agency  shall  submit reports to the Executive Office of the
   Governor's  Office  of  Policy  and  Budget,  the  chair  of  the Senate
   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  chair  of the House Appropriations
   Committee  by  June 30, 2023 for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 detailing how the
   funds  were allocated by nursing home, funds spent, funds remaining, and
   how  the  activities  have benefitted, protected, or improved quality of
   life and quality of care for nursing home residents.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 229, $80,977 from the Health
   Care  Trust  Fund is provided for the University of South Florida Policy
   Exchange (recurring base appropriation project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  229,  $950,000  from  the
   General  Revenue Fund, of which $700,000 is nonrecurring, is provided to
   modernize the MyFloridaRx system.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  229,  $340,000  from  the
   Health  Care  Trust  Fund is provided to maintain and enhance the Health
   Facility Reporting System.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  229,  $250,000  from  the
   Health  Care  Trust  Fund is provided to integrate the Agency for Health
   Care  Administration's  current  DataMart  system  with  the Centers for
   Medicare   and   Medicaid  Services  (CMS)  new  internet-based  Quality
   Improvement and Evaluation System (iQIES).

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  229,  $3,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to increase
   public  awareness  and  utilization of Florida's online health care data
   and  price transparency tools administered by the Agency for Health Care

   Administration.

 230   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       EMERGENCY ALTERNATIVE PLACEMENT
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                           806,629

 231   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                           404,841

 232   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                           140,269

 233   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                           186,324

 234   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE OPERATIONS - AMERICAN RECOVERY AND
        REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                           728,130

 235   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES -
        AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF
        2009
        FROM HEALTH CARE TRUST FUND  . . . .                         5,917,885

TOTAL: HEALTH CARE REGULATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,950,000
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        74,453,033

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      655.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        78,403,033

TOTAL: AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   10,199,728,499
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                    28,412,752,199

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,539.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    38,612,480,698
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .       75,569,881

AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

PROGRAM: SERVICES TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         19,767,984

 236   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      447.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,510,315
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        10,210,830
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,891,748

 237   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,764,032
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,476,907
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           174,062

 238   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,919,994
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,129,466
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           193,061

 239   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,060


 240   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANT AND AID INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY
        SUPPORTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,580,000
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        10,106,771

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  240  expended  for  developmental
   training programs shall require a 12.5 percent match from local sources.
   In-kind  match  is  acceptable  provided  there are no reductions in the
   number of persons served or level of services provided.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  240,  $1,000,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund is provided for supported employment services for
   individuals  on  the  waiting  list  for  the Developmental Disabilities
   Medicaid  Waiver  program.  The  supported  employment services shall be
   provided  in  a  manner  consistent  with the same rules and regulations
   governing  these  services  in  the  Developmental Disabilities Medicaid
   Waiver  program,  and  may  additionally  be  used  toward obtaining and
   maintaining paid or unpaid internships.

 241   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ROOM AND BOARD PAYMENTS FOR
        DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,639,201

 241A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - DENTAL SERVICES FOR THE
        DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,500,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  241A  $8,500,000 from the
   General  Revenue Fund is provided to the agency to competitively procure
   a contract with a nonprofit organization for a statewide dental services
   program for the developmentally disabled.

 242   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          621,387
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           685,322
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            32,018

 243   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,754,079

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  243,  $3,000,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided to Arc of Florida - Dental Services
   (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 243, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     Easterseals Better Together (HB 3513)(Senate Form 1314)...   5,000,000
     MACtown's Life Skills Services - Adult Day Training (HB
       2881)(Senate Form 1178).................................     500,000
     Latino Leadership Inc., Santiago and Friends North
       Brevard (HB 3553)(Senate Form 2620).....................     300,000
     Thrive Academy Project Planning (HB 4591)(Senate Form
       2590)...................................................     130,000
     Our Pride Academy, Inc. (HB 2655)(Senate Form 1000).......   1,200,000
     Operation G.R.O.W - Seminole County Work Opportunity
       Program (HB 2099)(Senate Form 1057).....................     348,618
     Area Stage Company's Inclusion Theater Project (HB
       2377)(Senate Form 1987).................................     350,000
     The ARC Jacksonville - Transition to Community Employment
       and Life Skills (HB 2111)(Senate Form 1292).............     300,000
     JAFCO Children's Ability Center (HB 2893)(Senate Form
       1119)...................................................     850,000
     DNA Comprehensive Therapy Care Model (HB 3481)(Senate
       Form 1506)..............................................   1,867,000
     CLUB CHALLENGE - Challenge Enterprises of North Florida,
       Inc. (Senate Form 2141).................................     200,000
     Monroe Association for ReMARCable Citizens- Adults with

       Disabilities (HB 2265)(Senate Form 1021)................     150,000
     Association for the Development of the Exception (ADE) -
       Culinary and Senior Program for Adults with
       Developmental Disabilities (HB 2861)(Senate Form 1123)..     300,000
     Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Dual Diagnosis
       Services -Mental Health and Intellectual/Developmental
       Disabilities (HB 4729)(Senate Form 1153)................     500,000
     Chabad of Kendall Community Connection Program (HB
       4015)(Senate Form 1737).................................     721,000
     Quatum Leap Farm- Equine Assisted Therapy for Special
       Needs Children and Adults (HB 4281)(Senate Form 1883)...     118,500
     The ARC Nature Coast - Services for Critical Needs and
       Aging (HB 9203)(Senate Form 1299).......................     220,000
     The ARC Tampa Bay Culinary Institute Project (HB
       9055)(Senate Form 2004).................................     149,402
     Ability Tree Florida R.E.S.T. Program (HB 9205)...........     250,040
     Love Serving Austism INTERACT (HB 3783)(Senate Form 1204).     299,519

 245   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES WAIVER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      742,997,892
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                     1,128,442,394

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   245   shall   not  be  used  for
   administrative  costs.  Funds  for developmental training programs shall
   require  a  12.5  percent  match  from  local  sources. In-kind match is
   acceptable  provided  there  are  no reductions in the number of persons
   served or level of services provided.

   The  Agency  for  Persons  with  Disabilities,  in consultation with the
   Agency  for  Health  Care  Administration,  shall  provide  a  quarterly
   reconciliation  report  of  all Home and Community Based Services waiver
   expenditures  from  the  Agency  for Health Care Administration's claims
   management  system  with service utilization from the Agency for Persons
   with  Disabilities  Allocation, Budget, and Contract Control system. The
   reconciliation  report shall be submitted to the Governor, the President
   of  the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives no later
   than 30 days after the close of each calendar quarter.

   The  Agency for Persons with Disabilities shall provide to the Governor,
   the   President  of  the  Senate,  and  the  Speaker  of  the  House  of
   Representatives  monthly  surplus-deficit  reports  projecting the total
   Medicaid  Waiver  program expenditures for the fiscal year to date along
   with any corrective action plans necessary to align program expenditures
   with annual appropriations within 30 days after the last business day of
   the  preceding  month.  The  surplus-deficit  report  must  also include
   allocation  amounts  related  to  the increased needs of existing waiver
   clients  pursuant to section 393.0662(1), Florida Statutes, and to newly
   enrolled  clients  due  to  removing individuals from the waitlist. At a
   minimum,  the  allocation  information shall include the total number of
   clients  approved  for  an  increase  in  services,  the total number of
   clients  enrolled onto the waiver from the waitlist, the total number of
   clients  disenrolled  from  the  waiver,  the  number  of  service units
   approved by service, and the annualized cost of approved service units.

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  245,  $23,666,667  from
   the  General   Revenue  Fund  and  $35,948,623  from  the Operations and
   Maintenance  Trust   Fund  are provided to expand the Home and Community
   Based  Services  Waiver  by  removing the greatest number of individuals
   permissible under the additional funding from the waiting list.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 245, $160,022,783 from the
   General   Revenue   Fund   and  $242,964,830  from  the  Operations  and
   Maintenance  Trust Fund are appropriated for the Agency for Persons with
   Disabilities  to adjust fee for service rates at the annual rate setting
   date  for  the sole purpose of raising wages of direct care employees of
   Medicaid  providers  including 1099 employees who provide services under
   the Florida Medicaid Program to at least $15.00 per hour.

   The  Agency  shall  enter  into  a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.


   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  a direct service provider not receiving a
   wage  of at least $15.00 per hour may bring a civil action in a court of
   competent jurisdiction against his or her provider and, upon prevailing,
   shall recover the full amount of any back wages unlawfully withheld plus
   the  same  amount as liquidated damages, and shall be awarded reasonable
   attorney's  fees  and costs. In addition, they shall be entitled to such
   legal  or equitable relief as may be appropriate to remedy the violation
   including,   without  limitation,  reinstatement  in  employment  and/or
   injunctive  relief.  Such  actions  may  be  brought  as  a class action
   pursuant to Rule 1.220 of the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure.

   For  the  purposes of this section of proviso, the terms "direct service
   provider"  and "provider" have the same meaning as established under the
   Florida  Medicaid Developmental Disabilities Individual Budgeting Waiver
   Services  Coverage and Limitations Handbook. Funds shall be allocated as
   follows:  $53,865,716  in  recurring funds from the General Revenue Fund
   and  $81,755,433  in recurring funds from the Operations and Maintenance
   Trust  Fund  are  provided  for  a  uniform  provider  rate increase for
   Residential  Habilitation;  $10,146,068  in  recurring  funds  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and  $15,318,334  in  recurring  funds  from the
   Operations  and  Maintenance  Trust  Fund  are  provided  for  a uniform
   provider  rate  increase  for Life Skills Development Level 3, Adult Day
   Training;  $19,589  in recurring funds from the General Revenue Fund and
   $29,753  in  recurring  funds  from the Operations and Maintenance Trust
   Fund  are  provided for a uniform provider rate increase for Life Skills
   Development  Level  2,  Supported  Employment;  $21,826,403 in recurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund and $33,151,942 in recurring funds
   from  the  Operations  and  Maintenance  Trust  Fund  are provided for a
   uniform  provider  rate  increase  for  Life Skills Development Level 1,
   Personal  Supports; $453,265 in recurring funds from the General Revenue
   Fund and $688,460 in recurring funds from the Operations and Maintenance
   Trust  Fund  are  provided  for  a  uniform  provider  rate increase for
   Behavior  Assistant  Services;  $69,439,670  in recurring funds from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and  $105,471,338  in  recurring  funds from the
   Operations  and  Maintenance  Trust  Fund  are  provided  for  a uniform
   provider  rate  increase  for Personal Supports; $4,312,071 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund and $6,549,569 in recurring funds
   from  the  Operations  and  Maintenance  Trust  Fund  are provided for a
   uniform provider rate increase for Respite.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  245,  $5,649,280 from the
   General  Revenue Fund and $8,580,645 from the Operations and Maintenance
   Trust  Fund  are  appropriated  to increase the Home and Community Based
   Services Waiver behavior services rates.

 246   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          482,062

 247   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           79,397
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            57,979

 247A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY FOR PERSONS WITH
        DISABILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,715,094

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 247A, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     The ARC of Tampa Bay Culinary Institute Project (HB
       9055)(Senate Form 2004).................................     350,598
     The ARC Broward - Culinary Emergency Food Safety and
       Security (HB 2895)(Senate Form 1995)....................     500,000
     Barc Housing Developmentally Disabled Safety and Security
       (HB 2937) (Senate Form 1478)............................     120,000
     Christmas Civic Association - Falcon Friends Farm (HB
       4155)(Senate Form 2304).................................      75,000
     LARC Commercial Culinary Training Program (HB 4587)
       (Senate Form 1557)......................................     650,000

     Louise Graham Regeneration Center - Adult Day Program (HB
       3629)(Senate Form 2702).................................      59,448
     Thrive Academy Project Planning (HB 4591)(Senate Form
       2590)...................................................     370,000
     Promise Inc., Treasures Thrift Shoppe to Employ Special
       Needs Community (HB 3659)(Senate Form 1426).............     200,000
     Miami Learning Experience School - Adult Program (HB
       4031)(Senate Form 2375).................................   1,300,000
     PEAR Project - Habilitation Center for the Handicapped
       (HB 3323)(Senate Form 1112).............................     250,000
     Ascension Sacred Heart - Autism Playground (HB
       4307)(Senate Form 2137).................................     150,000
     Senator Howard C. Forman Human Services Campus - Compass
       Place Independent Living Expansion (HB 2611)(Senate
       Form 2688)..............................................     294,145
     Special Hearts Farm (HB 3191)(Senate Form 1454)...........   5,395,903

TOTAL: HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      806,572,513
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,155,400,558

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      447.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,961,973,071

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         11,651,221

 248   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      191.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,247,554
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,122,976

 249   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,110,086
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,032,034

 250   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,275,602
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           918,010

 251   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,974

 252   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           46,858
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,299

 253   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          872,428
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           588,311

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 253, the nonrecurring sums
   of  $125,000  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  and  $125,000  from the
   Operations  and  Maintenance  Trust  Fund are provided to contract for a
   feasibility  study  that  includes,  but  is  not  limited  to, detailed
   business  and  functional  requirements  to update the agency's incident
   management  system.  The  study shall be provided to chair of the Senate
   Appropriations   Committee,   the  chair  of  the  House  Appropriations
   Committee,  and  the Executive Office of the Governor's Office of Policy
   and Budget.

 254   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,988,073
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,043,094

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 254, $500,000 in recurring
   funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided for the Special Olympics

   (recurring base appropriations project).

 255   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ACCOUNTING INFORMATION RESOURCE
        (FLAIR) SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          294,500
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           180,500

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 255 are provided for the planning and
   remediation  tasks  necessary  to integrate agency applications with the
   new  Florida  Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) system.
   The funds shall be placed in reserve. The agency is authorized to submit
   budget  amendments  requesting  release  of  these funds pursuant to the
   provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent upon
   the  approval  of  a  detailed operational work plan and a monthly spend
   plan that identifies all project work and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.  The  agency shall submit quarterly project status reports to
   the  Executive  Office  of the Governor's Office of Policy & Budget, the
   Florida  Digital  Service,  and  the  chair of the Senate Appropriations
   Committee  and  the chair of the House of Representatives Appropriations
   Committee.  Each  status  report  must include progress made to date for
   each  project milestone, deliverable, and task order, planned and actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

 256   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES -
        ICONNECT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,211,633
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,703,428

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 256, the nonrecurring sum of
   $428,199  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  and the nonrecurring sum of
   $1,044,994  from  the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund are provided
   to  the  Agency for Persons with Disabilities to continue implementation
   of  the  iConnect  system  for the purpose of providing electronic visit
   verification  of service delivery to recipients by providers, electronic
   billings  for  Developmental  Disabilities Medicaid Waiver services, and
   electronic  processing  of  claims.  The  agency shall provide quarterly
   project  status  reports  to  the  chair  of  the  Senate Appropriations
   Committee,  the  chair  of  the  House Appropriations Committee, and the
   Executive  Office  of  the  Governor's  Office of Policy and Budget. The
   report must include progress made to date for each project milestone and
   contract  deliverable,  planned and actual completion dates, planned and
   actual costs incurred, and any current project issues and risk.

 257   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          151,219

 258   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,151,947
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,142,820

 259   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           32,649
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            34,814

 260A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           64,904
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           261,175


TOTAL: PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       21,471,427
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        18,028,461

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      191.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        39,499,888

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY CENTERS - CIVIL PROGRAM

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         59,595,379

 261   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    1,559.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       33,142,139
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        47,667,094

 262   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          818,683
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,221,464

 263   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,184,758
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,326,481

 264   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           85,493
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            32,972

 265   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          788,707
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,110,220

 266   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           191,006
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           123,046

 267   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          610,983
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           870,981
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            33,480

 268   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED PROFESSIONAL
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,509,720
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,134,217

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  268,  $591,574  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund  and $918,314 from the Operations and Maintenance
   Trust  Fund  is  appropriated  for  contract agency nursing staff at the
   Tacachale Center. These funds shall be held in reserve and the agency is
   authorized  to  submit budget amendments requesting the release of funds
   pursuant to the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes.

 269   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRESCRIBED MEDICINE/DRUGS - NON-MEDICAID
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          361,743
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            36,978

 270   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,250,985
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,472,074


 271   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          213,840
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           331,698

TOTAL: DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY CENTERS - CIVIL PROGRAM
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       42,967,051
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        61,551,711

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,559.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       104,518,762

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY CENTERS - FORENSIC
PROGRAM

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         18,521,213

 272   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      501.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       27,764,905

 273   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          288,713

 274   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          936,672

 275   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          656,156

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   275,   $244,680  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   replacement  of  two prefabricated buildings for the Pathways Program at
   the Sunland Center.

 276   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          456,200

 276A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES FIXED
        CAPITAL OUTLAY NEEDS FOR CENTRALLY MANAGED
        FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,710,000

 277   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,118,637

 278   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED PROFESSIONAL
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          350,122

 279   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRESCRIBED MEDICINE/DRUGS - NON-MEDICAID
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          534,180

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 279, the Agency for Persons
   with  Disabilities  is  authorized  to  transfer funds to the Agency for
   Health  Care  Administration  from  the General Revenue Fund to purchase
   prescription   drugs   pursuant   to  the  parameters  of  the  Canadian
   Prescription   Drug   Importation   Program  as  authorized  by  section
   381.02035,  Florida  Statutes,  for use in state programs as outlined in
   section 381.02035(3), Florida Statutes.

 280   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,231,804

 281   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,751


 282   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          111,843

TOTAL: DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY CENTERS - FORENSIC
       PROGRAM
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       41,177,983

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      501.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        41,177,983

TOTAL: AGENCY FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      912,188,974
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,234,980,730

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    2,698.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     2,147,169,704
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      109,535,797

CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT OF

ADMINISTRATION

PROGRAM: EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         44,448,584

 283   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      728.25
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       39,938,763
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                        15,846,091
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,903,758
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         2,429,011
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,027
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           667,953

 284   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          325,118
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            56,849
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            66,719
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                             8,469
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,209

 285   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,325,346
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           913,469
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           331,798
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           160,675
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            46,704

 286   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,616
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           106,950

 287   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
        FIXED CAPITAL NEEDS FOR CENTRALLY MANAGED
        FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,000,000

 288   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            20,000

 289   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          684,601


 290   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,005,079
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           265,878
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            11,820
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                               994
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                               473

 292   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          126,421
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           351,523

 293   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE INSTITUTIONAL CLAIMS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           40,498

 294   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           132,912

 295   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          138,509
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            24,510
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,979
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                               495

 296   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,152,620
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           669,567
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             3,456

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       54,764,571
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        26,027,289

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      728.25
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        80,791,860

PROGRAM: SUPPORT SERVICES

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,312,657

 297   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      232.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,445,311
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         6,893,789
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         5,240,370
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           246,464
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           183,339

 298   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          135,392
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           217,646
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           135,959

 299   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,443,798
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           223,046
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           945,059
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,218

 300   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           40,599
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             8,299


 300A  LUMP SUM
       COMPREHENSIVE CHILD WELFARE INFORMATION
        SYSTEM (CCWIS) MODERNIZATION PROJECT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,500,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         7,500,000

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 300A the Department
   of  Children and Families shall competitively procure deliverables based
   contract  services  for: (1) the modular replacement of the Florida Safe
   Families  Network  system  that  is compliant with federal Comprehensive
   Child   Welfare   Information   System   regulations  and  (2)  for  the
   modernization  of  the  supporting  enterprise  architecture pursuant to
   section  282.206,  Florida  Statutes.  The  department  is authorized to
   submit  quarterly  budget  amendments  to  request  the release of funds
   pursuant  to  the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes, and based
   on   the   department's   planned  quarterly  expenditures.  The  budget
   amendments  shall  include  copies  of current and pending contracts, an
   updated  detailed  operational  work plan, and a monthly spend plan that
   identifies   all  project  work  and  costs  budgeted  for  Fiscal  Year
   2022-2023.

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 300A, $1,500,000 is
   provided  to  competitively  procure  a  private  sector  provider  with
   experience   in   conducting  independent  verification  and  validation
   services  of  public  sector  information technology projects to provide
   independent  verification  and  validation services for all agency staff
   and  vendor  work needed to implement the initiative. The contract shall
   require   that  all  deliverables  be  simultaneously  provided  to  the
   department,  the  chair  of  the Senate Committee on Appropriations, the
   chair of the House Appropriations Committee, and the Executive Office of
   the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget.

   The department shall provide monthly project status reports to the chair
   of  the  Senate  Committee  on  Appropriations,  the  chair of the House
   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  Executive Office of the Governor's
   Office  of  Policy and Budget. Each report must include progress made to
   date  for  each  project  milestone,  deliverable,  planned  and  actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

 301   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       COMPUTER RELATED EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,776,952
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           735,409
        FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND
         MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,474,907
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,517,621
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            71,808

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  301,  $555,667  from  the
   General  Revenue and the nonrecurring sum of $2,469,116 from the General
   Revenue  Fund  and  $1,151,167  from  the  Federal Grants Trust Fund are
   provided  for  the  implementation of a legal case management system for
   the Children's Legal Services program.

   The  department  shall  provide  quarterly project status reports to the
   chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the chair of the House of
   Representatives  Appropriations  Committee,  and the Executive Office of
   the  Governor's  Office  of  Policy and Budget. Each report must include
   progress  made  to date for each project milestone, deliverable, planned
   and  actual completion dates, planned and actual costs incurred, and any
   current project issues and risks.

 302   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA SAFE FAMILIES NETWORK (FSFN)
        INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,890,928
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,228,106
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,068,955
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           303,259

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  302,  $162,500  from  the
   General  Revenue Fund and $162,500 from the Federal Grants Trust Fund is
   provided to support the technology requirements needed by the department
   to  implement  SB  7034  relating  to board rate parity and supplemental

   child care subsidies for eligible caregivers. This funding is contingent
   upon the bill, or substantially similar legislation, becoming a law.

 303   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ONLINE RECIPIENTS INTEGRATED DATA
        ACCESS (FLORIDA) TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM FOR
        PUBLIC BENEFIT ELIGIBILITY DETERMINATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,367,492
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         4,236,720
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                               282
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           325,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  303,  $307,500  from  the
   General  Revenue Fund and $307,500 from the Federal Grants Trust Fund is
   provided to support the technology requirements needed by the department
   to  implement  SB  7034  relating  to board rate parity and supplemental
   child care subsidies for eligible caregivers. This funding is contingent
   upon the bill, or substantially similar legislation, becoming a law.

 304   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          101,645

 305   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,012

 306A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,212,094
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,029,760
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         8,685,567
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           208,858
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,884
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,779

TOTAL: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       40,929,223
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        46,500,104

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      232.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        87,429,327

SERVICES

PROGRAM: FAMILY SAFETY PROGRAM

FAMILY SAFETY AND PRESERVATION SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE        176,028,554

 307   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    3,864.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      134,014,265
        FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TRUST FUND  .                           347,590
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        32,902,350
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                        68,920,754
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        27,995,332

 308   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,978,619
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         5,306,746
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            30,809
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         2,592,327
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           894,663

 309   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,228,110
        FROM CHILD WELFARE TRAINING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             8,342
        FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TRUST FUND  .                            58,436
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         6,029,428

        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                        12,264,213
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,588,893

 310   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           55,003
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             9,834
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                            40,244
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            11,176

 311   LUMP SUM
       CHILD WELFARE BEST PRACTICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          484,699

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  311  are  provided  to  continue the
   implementation  of  portions  of chapters 2021-169 and 2021-170, Laws of
   Florida  relating  to  the  implementation of family finding and kinship
   navigator  programs  and  of  sexual  abuse  report investigations under
   section 39.2015, Florida Statutes. Pursuant to the provisions of chapter
   216,  Florida  Statutes, the department is authorized to submit a budget
   amendment requesting the release of funds to implement this legislation.

 312   LUMP SUM
       SHARED RISK FUND FOR COMMUNITY BASED
        PROVIDERS OF CHILD WELFARE SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,054,312

 313   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HOME CARE FOR DISABLED ADULTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,987,544

 314   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COMMUNITY CARE FOR
        DISABLED ADULTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,009,755

 315   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,075,179
        FROM CHILD WELFARE TRAINING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,797
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,465,700
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         2,049,300
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           950,225

 315A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,210,880

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 315A, the following projects
   are funded with nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund:

     4Kids of South Florida - Foster Family Recruitment (HB
       2947) (Senate Form 2059)................................     750,000
     All Star Children's Campus of Hope and Healing (HB
       3615)(Senate Form 1955).................................   1,250,000
     Amigos Together for Kids (HB 4947)(Senate Form 2411)......     500,000
     Brehon Institute - Brehon House (HB 4317)(Senate Form
       1892)...................................................     100,000
     Camillus House - Human Trafficking Recovery Program (HB
       3515)(Senate Form 1590).................................     250,000
     Casa Valentina - Foster Care to Independent Living
       (Senate Form 1249)......................................     175,000
     Childnet- Preventing Opioid and Substance Abuse Based
       Removals (HB 3521)(Senate Form 1411)....................     360,000
     Children of Inmates - Family Support Services (HB
       3461)(Senate Form 1824).................................     500,000
     Children's Home Society - Partners 4 Safe Families (HB
       4739)(Senate Form 2379).................................     362,310
     Devereux - Services for Sexually Exploited Youth (HB
       4205)(Senate Form 2136).................................     587,706
     Embrace Families - Pathways to Home Supportive Housing
       (HB 2231)(Senate Form 2595).............................     488,074
     Exchange Club Northeast Florida - Parent Aide (HB
       4655)(Senate Form 1434).................................     887,188

     Family First - All Pro Dad Adoption and Foster Care
       Promotion (HB 3053)(Senate Form 1205)...................   1,920,000
     Family Support Services of North Florida - Services to
       At-Risk Youth (HB 3105)(Senate Form 1242)...............     650,000
     Family Support Services of North Florida - Strengthen
       Community Engagement (HB 4979)(Senate Form 2591)........     500,000
     Florida 1.27 -Transportation & Mentor Program for
       Children in Foster Care (HB 3289)(Senate Form 2142).....     250,000
     Florida Coalition for Children Foundation - Florida
       Parent Leadership Council (HB 4637)(Senate Form 2380)...     300,000
     Florida Partnership to End Domestic Violence (HB
       4289)(Senate Form 1641).................................     500,000
     Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranch Foster Training and Resource
       Campus - Safety Harbor (HB 3375)(Senate Form 1787)......      85,000
     Foster Care Wraparound Support and Jail Diversion
       Services (Senate Form 2642).............................     500,500
     Grace Landing - Caregiver Support Program (HB
       2113)(Senate Form 1113).................................     500,000
     Hillsborough County High Risk Adoption Support Program
       (HB 3597)(Senate Form 1430).............................     250,000
     Ladies Learning to Lead Program (HB 4733)(Senate Form
       1486)...................................................     700,000
     Miami Bridge - Host Homes for Homeless Youth (HB
       2645)(Senate Form 1131).................................     250,000
     Miracles Outreach - Fresh Start Ranch (HB 2913)(Senate
       Form 1550)..............................................     150,000
     Molding Minds - Street Outreach Program (HB 3061)(Senate
       Form 2371)..............................................     150,000
     North American Family Institute - Functional Family
       Therapy (Senate Form 2422)..............................     750,000
     One More Child - Services for Human Trafficking
       Prevention and Recovery (HB 2245)(Senate Form 1850).....     500,000
     One More Child - Single Moms Program (HB 3081)(Senate
       Form 1851)..............................................     380,000
     Place of Hope - Child Welfare Services (HB 3575)(Senate
       Form 1359)..............................................     700,000
     Safe Children Coalition - Foster Youth Shelter Services
       (HB 4463)(Senate Form 2054).............................     524,552
     Selfless Love Foundation - One Voice IMPAACT (HB
       2871)(Senate Form 1271).................................     435,050
     Soccer for Peace Foundation - Project FCC USA (HB
       4051)(Senate Form 1918).................................     100,000
     Twin Oaks - Waypoint Career and Technical College (HB
       4085)(Senate Form 2476).................................   1,200,000
     Victory For Youth/Share Your Heart (HB 3109)(Senate Form
       1194)...................................................     605,500
     Voices for Children (HB 3527)(Senate Form 2423)...........     100,000

 316   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - GRANTS TO SHERIFFS FOR
        PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,348,074
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,500,430
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                        18,297,468
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         9,009,094

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  316  shall  be used by the
   department  to award grants to the sheriffs of the following counties to
   conduct  child protective investigations as mandated in section 39.3065,
   Florida Statutes. The funds shall be allocated as follows:

     Broward County Sheriff....................................  15,270,728
     Hillsborough County Sheriff...............................  13,807,564
     Manatee County Sheriff....................................   4,924,225
     Pasco County Sheriff......................................   7,035,690
     Pinellas County Sheriff...................................  12,484,719
     Seminole County Sheriff...................................   4,702,668
     Walton County Sheriff.....................................     929,472

 317   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,882,423
        FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TRUST FUND  .                         7,576,274
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        18,467,624
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         7,750,000


 317A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - GRANTS TO ENHANCE FAMILY
        SUPPORT AND CHILD WELFARE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       32,585,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 317A, of which $5,000,000 is
   nonrecurring,  are  provided  to  award  grants  that  expand mentorship
   programs  for  at-risk boys, grants that address the comprehensive needs
   of  fathers  to  enhance  parental  support, and grants specifically for
   evidence-based  programs  that  provide parenting education for fathers.
   These  funds are also provided for the Responsible Fatherhood Initiative
   in  s.  409.1464,  Florida  Statutes. The availability of these funds is
   contingent upon the passage of HB 7065, or similar legislation, becoming
   law.

 318   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION
        AND INTERVENTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,390,131
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         4,612,495
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         9,577,637

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  318, the sum of
   $4,200,000  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund is provided for new, or to
   existing,  Children's  Initiatives, pursuant to section 409.147, Florida
   Statutes.   The  availability  of  these  funds  is  contingent upon the
   passage of HB 7065, or similar legislation, becoming law.

 319   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CHILD PROTECTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,291,110
        FROM CHILD WELFARE TRAINING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           286,063
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        17,575,594
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           200,000
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         2,596,963
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,262,655
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,512,439

 320   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,155,908

 321   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TEMPORARY EMERGENCY SHELTER SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          435,843

 322   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - RESIDENTIAL GROUP CARE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,597,300
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           111,445
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           904,391

 323   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SPECIAL NEEDS ADOPTION INCENTIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,377,470

   Funds   provided   in   Specific  Appropriation  323  are  provided  for
   adoption  incentives  to state employees, veterans, service members, and
   law  enforcement  officers  who  adopt  a  child  from the child welfare
   system,   pursuant   to   section   409.1664,   Florida  Statutes.   The
   availability  of  these funds is contingent upon the passage of HB 3, or
   similar legislation, becoming law.

 323A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
        - STATE OPERATIONS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         6,321,959

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 323A, the sum of $1,500,000
   from  the  Federal  Grants  Trust  Fund,  using  funds from the American

   Recovery  Act,  is  provided  to  enhance  the Adult Protective Services
   technology system.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 323A, the sum of $4,821,959
   from  the  Federal  Grants  Trust  Fund,  using  funds from the American
   Recovery  Act,  is  provided to the Adult Protective Services program to
   expand  services,  enhance  technology, and to increase abuse prevention
   efforts.

 324   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEFERRED-PAYMENT COMMODITY CONTRACTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,124
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             2,272
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             4,388
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                             1,041
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,711

 325   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          703,827
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           204,243
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           440,748
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           172,174

 325A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FAMILY PRESERVATION
        SERVICES AND PERMANENCY FOR CHILD
        PLACEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       12,000,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  325A  are  provided to the
   Family Support Services of Suncoast Community Based Care lead agency for
   the  Family  Preservation and Child Welfare System Diversion program (HB
   9269).

 326   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COMMUNITY BASED CARE
        FUNDS FOR PROVIDERS OF CHILD WELFARE
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      629,008,414
        FROM CHILD WELFARE TRAINING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,875,853
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                       280,058,544
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                        46,682,091
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         8,979,209
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        41,078,586

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  326, and as authorized by
   section  409.991(4),  Florida Statutes, the sum of $112,873,867 from the
   General  Revenue Fund and $37,624,622 from the Federal Grants Trust Fund
   is  provided  to  Community  Based Care lead agencies as an increase for
   core  services, pursuant to section 409.991(1)(a), Florida Statutes. The
   allocated  funds  consider,  but  are  not  limited to, appropriate case
   worker  to  case  load  ratios  and the costs of providing child welfare
   services,  prevention  efforts, and of licensed residential placement. A
   lead  agency's  total  allocation  of  core  service  funding  shall  be
   distributed as follows:

     CBC of Brevard (Brevard Family Partnership)...............  29,093,029
     Childnet - Broward........................................  61,526,340
     Childnet - Palm Beach.....................................  38,263,137
     Children's Network of Southwest Florida...................  54,041,702
     Citrus Health Network (Citrus Family Care Network)........  77,569,124
     Communities Connected for Kids............................  24,050,225
     Community Partnership for Children........................  43,774,634
     Embrace Families Community Based Care.....................  64,528,675
     Family Support Services of Suncoast.......................  80,865,022
     Lead Agency Serving Circuit 13............................  77,140,552
     Lakeview Center (Families First Network)..................  55,039,593
     St. Johns County Family Integrity Program.................   7,005,528
     Family Support Services of North Florida - Nassau/Duval...  48,999,867
     Heartland for Children....................................  47,322,625
     Kids Central..............................................  55,095,374

     Kids First of Florida.....................................  12,002,414
     Northwest Florida Health Network (Big Bend CBC)...........  35,690,168
     Partnership for Strong Families...........................  31,583,098
     Safe Children Coalition...................................  34,965,158

   By  February  1,  2023,  the department shall submit to the chair of the
   Senate   Appropriations   Committee  and  the  chair  of  the  House  of
   Representatives  Appropriations  Committee  a  report  that  establishes
   baseline  performance  measures  for Community Based Care lead agencies.
   The  measures  shall  consider, but are not limited to, appropriate case
   management  ratios,  utilization  of  congregate care placements, use of
   services intended to prevent child removal from the home, and efforts to
   increase permanency from out of home care.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  326, the recurring sum of
   $10,863,270  from  the General Revenue Fund, $4,554,738 from the Federal
   Grants  Trust  Fund, and $705,024 from the Welfare Transition Trust Fund
   is  provided  to  implement  portions  of SB 7034 relating to board rate
   parity  for relative and nonrelative caregivers who care for a child who
   has not reached court-ordered permanency, and for foster parents who are
   licensed  as  Level  I  through  Level  V  placements.  This  funding is
   contingent upon the bill, or substantially similar legislation, becoming
   a law.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  326, the recurring sum of
   $19,206,037  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  and  $5,674,763 from the
   Federal  Grants  Trust Fund is provided to implement portions of SB 7034
   that  provides for a supplemental monthly child care subsidy of $200 for
   licensed  foster  parents, and relative and nonrelative caregivers. This
   funding   is   contingent   upon  the  bill,  or  substantially  similar
   legislation, becoming a law.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  326, and as authorized by
   section 409.991(4), Florida Statutes, recurring funds of $7,852,782 from
   the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided  as  core  services funding to
   implement  a  preservation model that will reduce the number of children
   in care in region six, as well as stabilize front line personnel.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  326, and as authorized by
   section  409.991(4),  Florida  Statutes,  the sum of $2,855,376 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund is provided for father engagement specialists and
   to  enhance  services  to  fathers  of  children involved, or at-risk of
   involvement,  in  the  child  welfare system.  The availability of these
   funds is contingent upon HB 7065, or similar legislation, becoming law.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  326, and as authorized by
   section  409.991(4),  Florida  Statutes,  the sum of $8,352,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is provided to increase the financial assistance
   stipend  provided  to  postsecondary  youth,  as  prescribed  by section
   409.1451(2)(a),  Florida  Statutes.   The availability of these funds is
   contingent upon HB 7065, or similar legislation, becoming law.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  326, and as authorized by
   section  409.991(4),  Florida  Statutes,  the sum of $5,710,752 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund is provided to Community Based Care lead agencies
   to  support former foster youth's success in the Postsecondary Education
   Services  and  Support  (PESS)  program.   These  funds shall be used to
   conduct  readiness  assessments  of  individuals  who  will  be entering
   postsecondary  education,  help enhance the skills of those individuals,
   provide  ongoing  support after entering postsecondary education, and to
   create  transition  plans  with these individuals to ensure a successful
   transition  into  adulthood  from the PESS program.  The availability of
   these funds is contingent upon HB 7065, or similar legislation, becoming
   law.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 326, $4,371,313 in recurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided to the community-based
   care  lead  agency that serves the Sixth Judicial Circuit and $3,863,739
   in  recurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided to the
   community-based  care  lead  agency  that serves the Thirteenth Judicial
   Circuit to improve the safety, permanency, and well-being of children in
   the local child welfare system of care.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 326, $2,000,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided to the community-based
   care  lead  agencies  for  case  management  and  prevention services to
   support early childhood courts.


 327   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - ADOPTION ASSISTANCE
        PAYMENTS AND MAINTENANCE SUBSIDIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      116,968,313
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                       141,307,746
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                        14,377,342

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  327  are provided to Community-based
   Care  lead  agencies  for  the  payment of adoption assistance subsidies
   pursuant to section 409.166, Florida Statutes.

   By  April 30, 2023, the department shall perform a reconciliation of the
   funding   appropriated  and  the  projected  expenditures  for  adoption
   assistance  for  each  lead  agency.  Any  projected year-end surplus of
   funding  shall,  if  necessary, be reallocated to the lead agencies that
   are  projecting  a  fiscal  year-end  deficit.  Any unexpended funds, as
   determined   by   a   reconciliation   of  the  fiscal  year-end  actual
   expenditures, shall revert on June 30, 2023.

 328   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - GUARDIANSHIP ASSISTANCE
        PROGRAM PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,642,841
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         5,411,559

 328A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PROPERTY AQUISITION FOR RESTORED TO DREAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  328A  provide  nonrecurring  general
   revenue  funds to Restored to Dream for the acquisition of a facility to
   serve at-risk youth (HB 4373).

 328B  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CHILDREN'S VILLAGES FLORIDA -
        INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  328B  provide  nonrecurring  general
   revenue  funds  to  SOS  Children's  Villages Florida for infrastructure
   improvements (HB 3433)(Senate Form 1190).

 328C  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CASA VALENTINA FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          150,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  328C  provide  nonrecurring  general
   revenue  funds  to  Casa  Valentina to provide for renovations for youth
   housing (HB 2903)(Senate Form 1248).

 328D  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FLORIDA SHERIFFS YOUTH RANCH FOSTER
        TRAINING AND RESOURCE CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          415,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  328D  are provided from nonrecurring
   general  revenue  funds to Florida Sheriff's Youth Ranch for renovations
   and  improvements  to  the  foster  training  and  resource  center  (HB
   3375)(Senate Form 1787).

 328E  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PASCO KIDS FIRST - HEALTHY FAMILIES HUDSON
        OFFICE RENOVATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          120,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  328E  provide  nonrecurring  general
   revenue  funds  to  Pasco  Kids  First  for  the Healthy Families office
   renovation located in Hudson, Florida (HB 3945)(Senate Form 1881).


 328F  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       WAYPOINT CAREER AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  328F  provide  nonrecurring  general
   revenue  funds  to Twin Oaks Juvenile Development for renovations to the
   Waypoint  Career  and  Technical  College Facility (HB 9379)(Senate Form
   2087).

TOTAL: FAMILY SAFETY AND PRESERVATION SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    1,079,182,144
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       815,629,197

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    3,864.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,894,811,341

PROGRAM: MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE        130,409,843

 329   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    3,045.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      115,637,952
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        64,522,526
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,843,470

 330   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,835,161
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             3,400

 331   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       12,082,942
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           564,187
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           328,930

 332   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,483,071
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           377,471

 333   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,215,204
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           483,069

 334   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,326,262
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           405,883

 335   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       31,748,496

 336   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED PROFESSIONAL
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      122,371,536
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        14,604,879

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  336,  $15,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   department to sustain resident to workforce staffing ratios at the State
   Mental  Health  Treatment  Facilities and to procure healthcare or other
   contract  staffing  for  the state mental health treatment facilities to
   ensure  capacity  for forensic individuals being admitted within 15 days
   of  a  court order pursuant to the provisions in section 916.15, Florida
   Statutes.  The  funds  shall  be  placed  in  reserve. The department is
   authorized  to  submit  a  budget  amendment requesting release of these
   funds pursuant to the provisions in chapter 216, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriations 340 and 336, $3,840,805 in
   recurring  funds  from the General Revenue Fund is provided as a cost of

   living  adjustment  for the contract agencies that operate the following
   mental health treatment facilities:

     South Florida State Hospital..............................   1,246,823
     Florida Civil Commitment Center...........................     776,488
     Treasure Coast Forensic Treatment Center..................     898,381
     South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center.............     919,113

 337   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRESCRIBED MEDICINE/DRUGS - NON-MEDICAID
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,698,278
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,900,961
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           876,992

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  337,  the  Department  of
   Children  and Families is authorized to transfer funds to the Agency for
   Health  Care  Administration  from the General Revenue Fund and from the
   Federal Grants Trust Fund to purchase prescription drugs pursuant to the
   parameters  of  the  Canadian  Prescription  Drug Importation Program as
   authorized  by  section  381.02035,  Florida  Statutes, for use in state
   programs as outlined in section 381.02035(3), Florida Statutes.

 338   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,981,458
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           746,173

 339   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           90,969

 340   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEFERRED-PAYMENT COMMODITY CONTRACTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          709,683

 341   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          352,608
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            10,238
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                               979

TOTAL: MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      317,533,620
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        92,669,158

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    3,045.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       410,202,778

PROGRAM: ECONOMIC SELF SUFFICIENCY PROGRAM

ECONOMIC SELF SUFFICIENCY SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE        169,609,253

 342   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    4,241.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      102,616,597
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                       111,058,632
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,266,952
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         7,448,761

 343   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,607,494
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,307,925
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           147,419

 344   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,023,077
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        14,359,179
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           988,895

 345   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,998
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            25,594
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                               474


 345A  LUMP SUM
       FLORIDA SYSTEM MODERNIZATION PROJECT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          694,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        15,806,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  345A  are  provided to the
   Department   of   Children   and   Families   to  competitively  procure
   deliverables   based   contract  services  to  modernize  the  Automated
   Community  Connection  to  Economic  Self  Sufficiency  (ACCESS) Florida
   System   pursuant  to  282.206,  Florida  Statutes.  The  department  is
   authorized  to submit quarterly budget amendments to request the release
   of  funds  pursuant  to the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes,
   and based on the department's planned quarterly expenditures. The budget
   amendments  shall  include  copies  of current and pending contracts, an
   updated detailed operational work plan, and a monthly spending plan that
   identifies   all  project  work  and  costs  budgeted  for  Fiscal  Year
   2022-2023.

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 345A, $1,500,000 is
   provided  to  competitively  procure  a  private  sector  provider  with
   experience   in   conducting  independent  verification  and  validation
   services  of  public  sector  information technology projects to provide
   independent  verification  and  validation services for all agency staff
   and  vendor  work needed to implement the initiative. The contract shall
   require   that  all  deliverables  be  simultaneously  provided  to  the
   department,  the  chair  of  the Senate Committee on Appropriations, the
   chair of the House Appropriations Committee, and the Executive Office of
   the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget.

   The department shall provide monthly project status reports to the chair
   of   the  Senate  Appropriations  Committee,  the  chair  of  the  House
   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  Executive Office of the Governor's
   Office  of  Policy and Budget. Each report must include progress made to
   date  for  each  project  milestone,  deliverable,  planned  and  actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

 346   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CHALLENGE GRANTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,181,500

 347   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FEDERAL EMERGENCY
        SHELTER GRANT PROGRAM
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         6,359,466
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           852,507

 348   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HOMELESS HOUSING
        ASSISTANCE GRANTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,000,000

 349   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,790,201
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,108,253
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        44,757,837
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         1,326,876

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  349, the department shall
   conduct  a  review  of the Economic Self Sufficiency (ESS) Customer Call
   Center in order to compare the cost effectiveness of alternative methods
   of  delivering  the  call  center  services. The review must consider at
   least  the  following  options:  (a)  full  insourcing  of  call  center
   services,  including  technology  enhancements  to  improve  call center
   performance  (b)  contract  staffing  services  as  necessary to augment
   current  department  staff  positions and service the overflow of calls,
   and  (c)  full  outsourcing of call center services. The evaluation must
   compare costs in each model, identify implementation considerations, and
   project  transition  timelines. For options (a) and (b), the report must
   provide:  a  detailed  breakdown  of the department's staffing needs and
   explanations  for  staffing  levels,  including  calculations  used  for
   staffing  estimates.  For  option  (c), the report must evaluate various
   financing  arrangements  including  cost-based reimbursement, contracted
   fee  schedule,  and a risk-based contract. Each option shall be based on
   achieving  the  following annual performance standards: (1) average call

   response  time  under  4 minutes; (2) average abandonment (dropped call)
   rate  under  8  percent; (3) average time for completing a call under 10
   minutes.  The  department  shall  submit a final report to the Executive
   Office  of  the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget, the chair of the
   Senate   Appropriations   Committee   and   the   chair   of  the  House
   Appropriations Committee by December 1, 2022.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 349, the nonrecurring sum of
   $3,775,806 from the General Revenue Fund and $3,692,194 from the Federal
   Grants Trust Fund is provided for automated commercial wage verification
   services  for  the  purpose  of  acquiring current employment and income
   information  for  eligibility determination and periodic recertification
   for  the  following  public  benefit  programs:  Supplemental  Nutrition
   Assistance  (SNAP),  Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and
   Medicaid. The Department of Children and Families shall use a risk-based
   methodology for applying these services to the eligibility determination
   process  to  detect  and deter fraud, waste, and abuse in public benefit
   programs administered by the department (HB 4945)(Senate Form 2311).

 350   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,923,801
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        17,709,776
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                            39,977

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 350, the following projects
   are funded nonrecurring from the General Revenue Fund:

     Clara White Mission - Daily Feeding Program (HB
       2457)(Senate Form 2684).................................     200,000
     HOPE Mission Center (Helping Our People Everyday) (HB
       2883)(Senate Form 1145).................................     100,000
     Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust - Housing for Persons
       with Special Needs (HB 3665)(Senate Form 1330)..........     562,000
     Miami Powerhouse (HB 4097)................................     635,000
     The Transition House  - Homeless Veterans Program (HB
       3667)(Senate Form 1453).................................     350,000
     Connecting Everyone with Second Chances (CESC) (HB
       9349)(Senate Form 1627).................................   1,500,000
     Homeless Veteran Housing Assistance and Prevention -
       Brevard (HB 2103)(Senate Form 1343).....................     100,000

 351   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - LOCAL SERVICES PROGRAM
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        40,597,780

 352   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FRAUD CONTRACT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,406,033
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           689,593

 353   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          993,892
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           865,190
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            34,374

 354   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SERVICES TO REPATRIATED AMERICANS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            40,380

 354A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
        - STATE OPERATIONS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        20,000,000

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 354A, the nonrecurring sum of
   $20,000,000  from  the  Federal  Grants  Trust  Fund is provided for the
   implementation  of  Supplemental  Nutrition  Assistance  Program  (SNAP)
   American  Rescue  Plan (ARP) Grant activities. The funds shall be placed
   in  reserve.  The  department  is authorized to submit budget amendments
   requesting  the  release  of  the  funds,  pursuant to the provisions of
   Chapter  216,  Florida  Statutes.  Requests  for  release must include a
   detailed  project  plan  and  costs  related  to the requirements of the
   grant.


 355   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEFERRED-PAYMENT COMMODITY CONTRACTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,935
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             8,322
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                               545

 356   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          179,993
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           364,162
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                            19,955

 357   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       CASH ASSISTANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       93,274,819
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                        22,970,676

 358   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       NONRELATIVE CARE GIVER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,987,495

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 358, $2,092,812 in recurring
   funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to implement portions of
   SB  7034 relating to board rate parity for nonrelative caregivers caring
   for  a  child who has not reached court-ordered permanency. This funding
   is  contingent  upon  the  bill,  or  substantially similar legislation,
   becoming a law.

 359   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       OPTIONAL STATE SUPPLEMENTATION PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,618,700

 360   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       PERSONAL CARE ALLOWANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,506,756

 361   FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS
       REFUGEE/ENTRANT ASSISTANCE
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        39,938,142

 361A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MIAMI POWERHOUSE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000

   Funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 361A to Miami Powerhouse for
   property   acquisition,  renovations,  or  improvements  to  a  facility
   providing comprehensive services to at-risk individuals (HB 4097).

 361B  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - ZEBRA COALITION YOUTH
        TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROJECT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   361B,  $500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Zebra  Coalition youth transitional housing project in Orange County (HB
   4661)(Senate Form 1361).

 361C  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES-
        MIRACLES FOR PASCO HOMELESS CAMPUS
        EXPANSION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,000,000

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   361C   provide   $3,000,000   in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the General Revenue Fund for the Metropolitan
   Ministries  campus  expansion  project  in Pasco County (HB 2887)(Senate
   Form 1047).

 361D  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PALM BEACH COUNTY HOMELESS RESOURCE CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          250,000


   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 361D provide $250,000 in nonrecurring
   funds  from the General Revenue Fund to Palm Beach County to support the
   construction of Homeless Resource Center 2 (HB 3925)(Senate Form 1409).

 361E  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MIAMI-DADE COUNTY HOMELESS TRUST - PROJECT
        SILVER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,750,000

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   361E   provide   $1,750,000   in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund for the Miami-Dade
   County  Homeless Trust Project Silver to provide housing for seniors and
   others experiencing homelessness (HB 9041)(Senate Form 1559).

TOTAL: ECONOMIC SELF SUFFICIENCY SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      259,407,258
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       360,499,675

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    4,241.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       619,906,933

PROGRAM: COMMUNITY SERVICES

COMMUNITY SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH
SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,409,603

 362   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      121.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,222,940
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,310,129
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           176,628

 363   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,335,075
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           654,804
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,073
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           274,019

 364   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,452,671
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           196,727
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                             3,723
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            80,425

 364A  LUMP SUM
       OPIOID SETTLEMENT FUNDS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,267,851

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  364A,  which  were awarded
   pursuant  to  the  Consent  Judgement  in State of Florida v. McKinsey &
   Company,  shall  be  used  by  the  Department  of Children and Families
   towards the abatement of opioid misuse by providing additional treatment
   such   as,   but   not   limited   to,   medication-assisted  treatment,
   abstinence-based  treatment, or other evidence-based programs for opioid
   use  disorder.  The department is authorized to submit budget amendments
   requesting  the  release  of  these  funds pursuant to the provisions of
   chapter  216,  Florida  Statutes.  The  request shall include a detailed
   spend  plan  that  outlines  the  department's  strategy  in  using  the
   settlement funds for the abatement of opioid use disorder.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  364A,  $600,000  from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is provided to the department to contract with a
   nonprofit   organization   for   an   online  resource  that  identifies
   high-quality  treatment  facilities for individuals with substance abuse
   disorders. The resource shall provide a needs assessment for individuals
   with  substance  abuse  disorder,  identify  and compare substance abuse
   treatment  facilities  using  quality indicators and search filters, and
   inform  users  about  key  elements  of  high  quality  treatment.   The
   department  is  authorized  to  submit  budget amendments requesting the
   release  of  these  funds  pursuant  to  the  provisions of chapter 216,

   Florida Statutes.

 364B  LUMP SUM
       LUMP SUM - COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      126,258,238

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  364B  are provided for the
   expansion  of  behavioral  health  services  throughout  the  state. The
   department  shall  prioritize  the  allocation  of these funds to expand
   community-based  supports  through  a  team  approach  using  Children's
   Community Action Treatment (CAT) teams, Family Intensive Treatment (FIT)
   teams,  Florida  Assertive  Community  Teams (FACT), and mobile response
   teams.  Each  team's allocation shall be based on reducing waitlists and
   ensuring statewide coverage.

   The balance of funds shall then be distributed to the Managing Entities,
   pursuant  to s. 394.9082, Florida Statutes to fund prevention, treatment
   and recovery services to enhance coordinated systems of care pursuant to
   sections  394.4573  and  394.495, Florida Statutes. The department shall
   consider  the  following  needs  when  determining  the  allocations for
   Managing  Entities:  1)  access  to  care  coordination;  2)  increasing
   residential  capacity  for all populations served; 3) reducing waitlists
   through  multi-disciplinary  teams;  and  4)  investing  in the provider
   workforce  to  increase  stabilization. Any administrative cost increase
   shall  be  based  upon  no  more than 2.5 percent of a Managing Entity's
   total allocation from this appropriation.

   The  department  is  authorized  to  submit budget amendments requesting
   release  of  funds,  pursuant  to the provisions of chapter 216, Florida
   Statutes.   Release  of  these  funds is contingent upon submission of a
   detailed  spending plan that outlines the funds being allocated for each
   team  and provides a categorical summary of services that the department
   used to determine each Managing Entity's allocation.

 365   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PUBLIC SAFETY, MENTAL
        HEALTH, AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE LOCAL MATCHING
        GRANT PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,000,000

 366   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CHILDREN'S ACTION TEAMS FOR MENTAL HEALTH
        AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,750,000

   Funds   provided   in   Specific  Appropriation  366  are  provided  for
   Community  Action  Treatment  (CAT)  teams  that provide community-based
   services  to children ages 11 to 21 with a mental health or co-occurring
   substance  abuse diagnosis with any accompanying characteristics such as
   being  at-risk  for  out-of-home  placement  as demonstrated by repeated
   failures   at  less  intensive  levels  of  care;  having  two  or  more
   hospitalizations  or  repeated failures; involvement with the Department
   of  Juvenile  Justice or multiple episodes involving law enforcement; or
   poor  academic  performance or suspensions. Children younger than 11 may
   be  candidates  if  they  display  two  or  more  of  the aforementioned
   characteristics.  At a minimum, these funds shall provide for teams that
   cover   the  locations  provided  in  section  394.495(6)(e)1.,  Florida
   Statutes.

 367   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      215,116,111
        FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND
         MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND  . . . . .                        41,887,827
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        15,655,102
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         6,948,619

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 367, the following recurring
   base appropriations projects are funded from the General Revenue Fund:

     Citrus Health Network.....................................     455,000
     Apalachee Center - Forensic treatment services............   1,401,600
     Henderson Behavioral Health - Forensic treatment services.   1,401,600
     Mental Health Care - Forensic treatment services..........     700,800
     Apalachee Center - Civil treatment services...............   1,593,853

     Lifestream Behavioral Center - Civil treatment services...   1,622,235
     New Horizons of the Treasure Coast - Civil treatment
       services................................................   1,393,482

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 367, $1,800,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for mental health
   rehabilitation   services   and   supported   employment   services  for
   individuals with mental health disorders.

 368   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - BAKER ACT SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       72,738,856

 369   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COMMUNITY SUBSTANCE
        ABUSE SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      114,095,694
        FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND
         MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND  . . . . .                       110,346,648
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        23,469,693
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                         5,850,004
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,438,065

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  369, the recurring sum of
   $10,000,000  from the General Revenue Fund shall continue to be provided
   for  the  expansion  of  substance  abuse  services  for pregnant women,
   mothers,  and their affected families.  These services shall include the
   expansion  of  residential  treatment, outpatient treatment with housing
   support,  outreach,  detoxification,  child  care  and  post-partum case
   management   supporting  both  the  mother  and  child  consistent  with
   recommendations from the Statewide Task Force on Prescription Drug Abuse
   and  Newborns. Priority for services shall be given to counties with the
   greatest need and available treatment capacity.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  369, $12,060,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided  to  implement the Family Intensive
   Treatment  (FIT)  team  model  designed to provide intensive team-based,
   family-focused,  comprehensive services to families in the child welfare
   system  with  parental substance abuse. Treatment shall be available and
   provided  in  accordance  with  the indicated level of care required and
   providers  shall meet program specifications. Funds shall be targeted to
   select communities with high rates of child abuse cases.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  369,  $840,000  from  the
   General Revenue Fund shall be provided to Centerstone of Florida for the
   operation  of  a  Family  Intensive Treatment (FIT) team (recurring base
   appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  369,  the  following base
   appropriations  projects  are funded in recurring funds from the General
   Revenue Fund:

     St. Johns County Sheriff's Office Detox Program...........   1,300,000
     Here's Help...............................................     200,000
     Cove Behavioral Health (formerly DACCO)...................     100,000

 370   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CENTRAL RECEIVING
        FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       19,878,768

 371   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,599,149
        FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND
         MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           729,423
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            97,522
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            37,599

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  371, the recurring sum of
   $1,500,000  from the General Revenue Fund (recurring base appropriations
   project),  and the nonrecurring sum of $796,706 from the General Revenue
   Fund (HB 2945)(Senate Form 1527), shall continue to be to the department
   to  contract  with  a  nonprofit  organization  for the distribution and
   associated  medical  costs  of  naltrexone  extended-release  injectable

   medication to treat alcohol and opioid dependency.

 372   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       55,538,110
        FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND
         MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           100,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,935,602

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 372, the following projects
   are funded from nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund:

     211 Tampa Bay Cares - Senior Mental Health Crisis Support
       Services (HB 2355)(Senate Form 1045)....................     500,000
     Academy at Glengary - Technology Enhancements for Adults
       with Severe & Persistent Mental Illness (HB
       2295)(Senate Form 2116).................................     250,000
     Alpert Jewish Family Service - Access Lifeline (HB
       3557)(Senate Form 1039).................................     270,000
     Alpert Jewish Family Service - Mental Health First Aid
       Coalition (HB 2067)(Senate Form 1040)...................     200,000
     Aspire Health Partners and Centerstone - Military
       Veterans and National Guard Mental Health Services (HB
       2255)(Senate Form 2151).................................   1,000,000
     Baycare Behavioral Health - Veterans Intervention Program
       (HB 2249)(Senate Form 1830).............................     485,000
     Brooks Rehabilitation - Mental Health Services (Senate
       Form 1867)..............................................     425,000
     Broward Behavioral Health Coalition - Jail Diversion
       Project (HB 4089)(Senate Form 1496).....................     510,400
     Broward Health - Integrated Medication Assisted Treatment
       Response (iMATR) (HB 3541)(Senate Form 1638)............     999,238
     CASL Renaissance Manor - Independent Supportive Housing
       (HB 3239)(Senate Form 2052).............................   1,500,000
     Centerstone Florida - Trauma Recovery Center (HB
       4847)(Senate Form 1357).................................     750,000
     Circles of Care - Behavioral Health Services (HB
       2363)(Senate Form 1365).................................     750,000
     Circles of Care - Transportation Resources (HB
       3657)(Senate Form 1652).................................     750,000
     City of Hallandale Beach - Mental Health Wrap Around
       Services (HB 4257)......................................     469,024
     Clay Behavioral Health - Crisis Prevention Teams (HB
       2983) (Senate Form 1562)................................     500,000
     Community Rehabilitation Center - Project Alive (HB
       4467)(Senate Form 1625).................................     200,000
     ConnectFamilias - Mental Health Services for At-Risk
       Children and Youth (HB 4271)(Senate Form 2177)..........     150,000
     Cove Behavioral Health - Mobile Health Services (HB
       3817)(Senate Form 1385).................................     181,871
     David Lawrence Center - Collier Central Receiving Center
       (HB 3483)(Senate Form 1137).............................   1,706,024
     David Lawrence Center - Wraparound Collier Program (WRAP)
       (HB 2933)(Senate Form 1138).............................     279,112
     Directions for Living - Community Action Team for Babies
       (HB 4153)(Senate Form 1793).............................     670,000
     Faulk Center - Mental Health Counseling (HB 3319)(Senate
       Form 1048)..............................................     100,000
     First Step of Sarasota - Intake Center Services (HB
       3991)(Senate Form 2155).................................   1,675,180
     Flagler Health Center - Central Receiving System (HB
       4243)(Senate Form 1543).................................   8,015,100
     Flagler Hospital - BRAVE Program (HB 3517)(Senate Form
       1542)...................................................   3,000,000
     Florida Alliance for Healthy Communities - Opioid
       Addiction Training and Education Program (HB
       4969)(Senate Form 1312).................................     975,000
     Florida Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs - Opioid
       Prevention Program (HB 2223)(Senate Form 1060)..........   2,500,000
     Florida Recovery Schools - Duval (HB 4197)(Senate Form
       1848)...................................................     300,000
     Florida Recovery Schools - Tampa Bay (Senate Form 2397)...     100,000
     Gateway Community Services - Project Save Lives (HB
       2251)(Senate Form 1436).................................     741,030
     Here's Help Juvenile Residential Treatment (HB
       2651)(Senate Form 1158).................................     250,000
     Here Tomorrow - Suicide Prevention (HB 2257)(Senate Form

       1435)...................................................     500,000
     Hillsborough County Crisis Stabilization Beds (HB
       2133)(Senate Form 2078).................................   1,596,331
     House of Hope - Substance Abuse Services (HB 2685)(Senate
       Form 1696)..............................................     175,000
     Involuntary Outpatient Services (IOS) Demonstration
       Project (HB 4643)(Senate Form 1988).....................     400,000
     Jewish Adoption and Family Care Options - Eagles' Haven
       Wellness Center (HB 2327)(Senate Form 1075).............     600,000
     Jewish Community Services - Surfside Counseling (HB
       4265)(Senate Form 1611).................................     252,760
     Jewish Community Services - Miami-Dade/Monroe Crisis
       Helpline (HB 3663)(Senate Form 2745)....................     150,000
     Jewish Family Services - Mental Health Collaboration (HB
       3551)(Senate Form 1479).................................     998,400
     Lady Storm Foundation - Mental Health Services (HB
       2157)(Senate Form 2395).................................     500,000
     Life Management Center of Northwest Florida - Forensic
       Multidisciplinary Team (HB 9077)(Senate Form 2455)......     700,000
     Life Management Center of Northwest Florida - Functional
       Family Therapy Team (HB 9075)(Senate Form 2456).........     750,000
     Lifestream Crisis Stabilization Services (HB 4333)(Senate
       Form 2135)..............................................   1,100,000
     LifeStream Central Receiving Facility (HB 4963)(Senate
       Form 2546)..............................................   1,500,000
     Memorial Healthcare - Integrated Medication Assisted
       Treatment & Technology Enhanced Recovery (I MATTER) (HB
       2875)(Senate Form 1347).................................   1,000,000
     Miami Beach Community Health Center - Reinforce
       Resilience Program (HB 4269)(Senate Form 2060)..........     400,000
     Mental Health Association Walk-In and Counseling Center
       (HB 9179)(Senate Form 1367).............................     300,000
     Okaloosa-Walton Mental Health and Substance Abuse
       Pre-Trial Diversion Program (HB 4543)(Senate Form 2627).     350,000
     Osceola Recovery Project (HB 3287)(Senate Form 1230)......     250,000
     Park Place Behavioral Healthcare - Transportation
       Services (HB 3463)(Senate Form 1518)....................      60,000
     Peace River Center Community Mobile Support Team (HB
       2703)(Senate Form 2377).................................     850,000
     Peer Respite Support Space (HB 3961)(Senate Form 1624)....     110,300
     Personal Enrichment Through Mental Health Services Crisis
       Stabilization Unit Beds (HB 4497)(Senate Form 1187).....     750,000
     Phoenix House Florida - Hillsborough Recovery Center for
       Women (HB 4511)(Senate Form 1701).......................     450,000
     Pinellas Community Foundation - Center for Trauma
       Recovery, Wellness and Healing Justice (HB 4331)(Senate
       Form 1620)..............................................     557,000
     Project Opioid Initiative - Extended Release Injectable
       Medication Program (HB 3529)(Senate Form 1370)..........     750,000
     Public School Telehealth and Mental Health Services
       (Senate Form 1591)......................................     250,000
     Salvation Army Residential Treatment Program - Ft. Myers
       (HB 4563)(Senate Form 1097).............................     350,000
     Seminole County Sheriff's Office - Opioid/Addiction
       Recovery Partnership (HB 2085)(Senate Form 1058)........     400,000
     Smiling at Life - Mental Health Services (HB 2159)(Senate
       Form 2446)..............................................      75,000
     St. Johns EPIC Recovery Center - Women's Substance Abuse
       Residential Treatment Beds (HB 4913)(Senate Form 1539)..     750,000
     Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare - Project TALKS (HB
       4657)(Senate Form 1437).................................     550,000
     STEPS Women's Residential Services (Senate Form 1853).....     500,000
     Sulzbacher - Mental Health Offenders Program (Senate Form
       1521)...................................................     200,000
     Tampa Bay Thrives - Behavioral Health Navigation &
       Support Line (HB 2385)(Senate Form 2162)................     300,000
     University of Florida Health Center for Psychiatry and
       Addiction (HB 9173)(Senate Form 1360)...................     500,000
     Valerie's House Child Grief Support Services (HB
       3111)(Senate Form 1150).................................     100,000
     Warrior Wellness Program - Alternative Therapy for
       Veterans and Active Duty Military (Senate Form 1999)....     300,000
     Your Real Stories - Tampa Bay Life Unites Us (HB
       4255)(Senate Form 1389).................................     500,000


 373   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PURCHASE OF THERAPEUTIC
        SERVICES FOR CHILDREN
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,911,958

 374   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INDIGENT PSYCHIATRIC
        MEDICATION PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,780,276

 375   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PURCHASED RESIDENTIAL
        TREATMENT SERVICES FOR EMOTIONALLY
        DISTURBED CHILDREN AND YOUTH
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,201,779

 376   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          197,228

 377   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
        - STATE OPERATIONS
        FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND
         MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND  . . . . .                       108,711,638

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  377  include  nonrecurring  funds of
   $54,176,305 from the Community Mental Health Block Grant and $54,535,333
   from  the Community Substance Abuse Prevention Block Grant through funds
   made  available  to  the state through the Supplemental COVID Relief and
   American  Rescue  Plan.  The  funds  are  for activities and services to
   individuals,   families,  and  communities  affected  by  substance  use
   disorders,  to  adults with Serious Mental Illness (SMI), or to children
   with  Serious  Emotional Disturbance (SED). These funds shall prioritize
   the  treatment and support of individuals without insurance, of services
   not covered by the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Medicaid,
   Medicare,  or  of  services  not  covered  by  the  private insurance of
   indigent   populations   but  have  demonstrated  success  in  improving
   treatment outcomes or supporting recovery.

 378   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEFERRED-PAYMENT COMMODITY CONTRACTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,129

 379   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           60,264
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                               210
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,632

 380   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES - SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND
        MENTAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,394,360
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,347,055
        FROM WELFARE TRANSITION TRUST FUND .                           731,355

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   380   are   provided   for   the
   administrative  costs  of  the  seven  regional  managing  entities that
   deliver behavioral health care through local network providers.

 381   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLORIDA ASSERTIVE
        COMMUNITY TREATMENT (FACT) TEAM SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       28,823,789
        FROM ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND
         MENTAL HEALTH TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         4,451,869
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        14,954,016

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381,  $9,921,030 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  may  be provided as the state match for Medicaid
   reimbursable  services  provided through the Florida Assertive Community
   Treatment (FACT) Team services in Specific Appropriation 208.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 381, the nonrecurring sum of

   $3,000,000  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided to SMA Healthcare
   for  a  Florida  Assertive  Treatment  Team serving Putnam and St. Johns
   counties (HB 2523)(Senate Form 2085).

 381A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PUTNAM COUNTY SUBSTANCE ABUSE RE-ENTRY
        FACILITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000

   Funds  provided  in Specific Appropriation 381A to Putnam County are for
   the  remodeling  and  refurbishing  of  a  facility providing behavioral
   health services to prevent re-entry into the criminal justice system (HB
   4789)(Senate Form 2528).

 381B  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS FOR PEER SUPPORT
        SPACE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381B  are  provided  to Peer Support
   Space   to   address   ADA  compliance  and  other  facility  needs  (HB
   3961)(Senate Form 1624).

 381C  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - THE GROVE YOUTH
        RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
        FACILITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          450,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381C  are provided to IMPOWER, Inc.,
   for  renovations  to  the  Grove  Residential  Substance Abuse Treatment
   Facility (HB 9225)(Senate Form 2522).

 381D  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       LAKELAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER -
        FREESTANDING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH HOSPITAL
        AND OUTPATIENT CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381D  are  provided  to the Lakeland
   Regional Medical Center to support construction of the behavioral health
   hospital and outpatient centers (HB 2975)(Senate Form 1206).

 381E  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PROJECT LIFT FACILITY RENOVATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          450,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 381E are provided to Project LIFT for
   the renovation and acquisition of a facility to expand mental health and
   workforce development services (HB 2071)(Senate Form 1044).

 381F  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CITRUS HEALTH NETWORK FACILITY
        IMPROVEMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381F  are  provided to Citrus Health
   Network  for  infrastructure   renovations  for  a  Statewide  Inpatient
   Psychiatric  Program  for  adolescents with significant behavioral needs
   (HB 3459)(Senate Form 1350).

 381G  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       COVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH MEN'S RESIDENCE
        RENOVATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          105,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381G are provided to Cove Behavioral
   Health  for  facility improvements to its residential treatment facility
   that  serves  men  with  behavioral  health issues (HB 3801)(Senate Form
   1386).


 381H  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CHILD GUIDANCE CENTER IMPROVEMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          300,000

   Funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  381H  are  provided  to  the  Child
   Guidance  Center for infrastructure improvements to support the center's
   mental health outpatient services program (HB 4245)(Senate Form 1551).

 381I  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       HOUSE OF HOPE OF FLORIDA CAMPUS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,125,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 381I are provided to House of Hope of
   Florida   for   construction   of   a   residential   drug  and  alcohol
   rehabilitation facility (HB 2685)(Senate Form 1696).

 381J  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PHOENIX PROGRAMS OF FLORIDA - RESIDENTIAL
        FACILITY EXPANSION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          914,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 381J are provided to Phoenix Programs
   of  Florida  for  the   expansion  of  its residential behavioral health
   treatment facility (HB 3469) (Senate Form 1734).

 381K  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       HANLEY FOUNDATION COMMUNITY RECOVERY
        CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381K  are  provided  to  the  Hanley
   Foundation to support the construction of a community addiction recovery
   center (HB 3317)(Senate Form 1871).

 381L  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FIRST STEP OF SARASOTA - ACUTE BEHAVIORAL
        HEALTH FACILITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381L  are  provided  in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund to First Step of Sarasota for the
   planning  and  construction  of  an Acute Behavioral Health Facility (HB
   3987)(Senate Form 2156).

 381M  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       BANYAN HEALTH CRISIS INTERVENTION
        RECEIVING FACILITY AND HEALTH CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381M  are  provided  in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund to Banyan Community Health Centers
   for  the  expansion  of  its  crisis intervention receiving facility and
   health center (HB 3897)(Senate Form 2166).

 381N  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       ALACHUA CENTRAL RECEIVING FACILITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          496,500

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381N  are  provided  in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund to Meridian Behavioral Healthcare
   for the Alachua Central Receiving Facility (HB 4607)(Senate Form 2170).

 381O  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PERSONAL ENRICHMENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
        - CHILDREN'S CRISIS STABILIZATION UNIT AND
        COMMUNITY DIVERSION CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381O  are  provided  in nonrecurring

   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  to Personal Enrichment Through
   Mental  Health  Services (PEMHS) for the Children's Crisis Stabilization
   Unit and Community Diversion Center (HB 4167)(Senate Form 2182).

 381P  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PEACE RIVER CENTER BARTOW CRISIS CAMPUS
        RENOVATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,400,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381P  are  provided  in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  to  the Peace River Center for
   Personal  Development  for  renovations to the Bartow Crisis Campus that
   serves  as  a  Baker  Act  receiving facility and short-term residential
   treatment center (HB 3499) (Senate Form 2378).

 381Q  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       APALACHEE/LIFESTREAM/GRACEPOINT FORENSIC
        RESIDENTIAL STEP-DOWN PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,730,100

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381Q  are  provided  in nonrecurring
   funds from the General Revenue Fund to Apalachee Center, Lifestream, and
   Gracepoint  to  increase  the  number  of  community  forensic treatment
   step-down beds (HB 9319)(Senate Form 2424).

 381R  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       LIFE MANAGEMENT ADULT RESIDENTIAL
        TREATMENT FACILITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  381R  are  provided  in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  to  Life  Management Center of
   Northwest  Florida  for  the  construction of an adult behavioral health
   residential treatment facility (HB 9073)(Senate Form 2453).

TOTAL: COMMUNITY SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH
       SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      764,609,846
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       343,394,407

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      121.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,108,004,253

TOTAL: CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    2,516,426,662
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,684,719,830

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .   12,231.75
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     4,201,146,492
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      541,218,494

ELDER AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

PROGRAM: SERVICES TO ELDERS PROGRAM

COMPREHENSIVE ELIGIBILITY SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         10,028,546

 382   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      246.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,369,294
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,369,296

 383   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          593,866
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           593,866

 384   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          947,299
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           947,299


 385   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           21,292
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            21,291

 386   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          102,665
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           102,664

 387   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           49,195
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            49,195

 388   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           70,731
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            70,732

 389   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           37,752
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            37,749

TOTAL: COMPREHENSIVE ELIGIBILITY SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,192,094
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         9,192,092

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      246.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        18,384,186

HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,053,337

 390   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       60.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,530,898
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,425,628
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           898,059

 391   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          268,597
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           841,528
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           233,359

 392   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          383,237
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,085,024
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           430,575

 393   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,905
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             5,000
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,000

 394   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AGING AND ADULT SERVICES TRAINING AND
        EDUCATION
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           119,493

 395   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
        INITIATIVE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       52,297,179

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  395,  $1,750,000 from the

   General Revenue Fund is provided as a differential unit rate increase of
   up to 30 percent for those receiving services by an Alzheimer's services
   adult  day care center licensed under section 429.918, Florida Statutes,
   on  or  before  March 1, 2020. The Department of Elder Affairs shall use
   the   provider's  Alzheimer's  Disease  Initiative  Respite  In-Facility
   Reimbursable Unit Rate as its baseline when calculating the differential
   increase.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  395, $12,000,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund is provided for Alzheimer's respite care services
   to serve individuals on the waitlist statewide.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  395,  $987,250  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is provided to the Aging and Disability Resource
   Center  to  pay  for  the  costs  associated  with  Aging and Disability
   Resource  Center  contract management and compliance activities required
   by  the  Department  of  Elder  Affairs for the Alzheimer's Respite Care
   Program service provider contracts.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 395, the following recurring
   base  appropriations  projects are funded from recurring general revenue
   funds:

     Alzheimer's Caregiver Projects............................     234,297
     Alzheimer's Community Care Association....................   1,500,000
     Dan Cantor Center - Alzheimer's Project...................     169,287

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 395, the following projects
   are funded from nonrecurring general revenue funds:

     Alzheimer's Association Brain Bus (HB 4453) (Senate Form
       1408)...................................................     319,000
     Alzheimer's Community Care - Critical Support Initiative
       (HB 2023) (Senate Form 1020)............................     750,000
     City of Deerfield Beach - Northeast Focal Point Senior
       Center  (HB 3535) (Senate Form 1008)....................     286,705
     City of Lauderdale Lakes Alzheimer's Care Center -
       Alzheimer Care Services Expansion (HB 2907) (Senate
       Form 1682)..............................................     250,000
     Naples Senior Center Dementia Respite Support Program (HB
       2201) (Senate Form 1114)................................      75,000

 396   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COMMUNITY CARE FOR THE
        ELDERLY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       91,722,756
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           269,851
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,965,056

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  396,  $9,000,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund is provided to serve elders on the Community Care
   for  the Elderly Program waitlist. The Department of Elder Affairs shall
   allocate  these  increased  funds  to  the 11 planning and service areas
   according  to  the department's established statewide allocation formula
   for  the  Community  Care  for  the Elderly Program. Each Aging Resource
   Center  shall  prioritize  funding to serve frail seniors on the waiting
   list who are most at risk of nursing home placement.

 397   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         5,963,764

 398   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - OLDER AMERICANS ACT
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,429,701
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        94,003,432

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 398, the following recurring
   base  appropriations  projects are funded from recurring general revenue
   funds:

     Aging and Disability Resource Center of Broward County,
       Inc Provider Service Area (PSA) 10......................     681,080
     Alliance for Aging, Inc...................................     152,626
     Alliance for Aging, Inc. - Provider Service Area (PSA) 11.     693,456

     Area Agency on Aging of North Florida, Inc................     105,571
     Area Agency on Aging of Pasco - Pinellas, Inc.............     105,571
     Area Agency on Aging of Pasco-Pinellas, Inc. - Provider
       Service Area (PSA) 5....................................   1,046,000
     Areawide Council on Aging of Broward County...............     167,292
     City of Hialeah Elder Meals Program.......................     250,000
     City of Sweetwater Elderly Activities Center (Mildred &
       Claude Pepper Senior Center)............................     418,242
     Congregate &  Homebound Meals for At-Risk Elderly,
       Non-Ambulatory, & Handicapped Residents (Allapattah)....     361,543
     Elder at Risk Meals (Marta Flores High Risk Nutritional
       Program for Elders).....................................     623,877
     Holocaust Survivors Assistance Program - Boca Raton
       Jewish Federation.......................................      92,946
     Jewish Community Center...................................      39,468
     Lippman Senior Center.....................................     228,000
     Little Havana Activities and Nutrition Centers of Dade
       County..................................................     334,770
     Miami Beach Senior Center - Jewish Community Services of
       South Florida, Inc......................................     158,367
     Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center - Sr.
       Wellness Center.........................................      83,647
     Mid-Florida Area Agency on Aging, Inc. - Model Day Care
       Project.................................................     105,571
     Senior Connection Center, Inc. - Provider Service Area
       (PSA) 6.................................................     113,000
     Seymour Gelber Adult Day Care Program - Jewish Community
       Services of South Florida, Inc..........................      23,234
     Southwest Social Services.................................     653,501
     St. Ann's Nursing Center..................................      65,084
     West Miami Community Center - City of West Miami..........      69,071

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 398, the following projects
   are funded from nonrecurring general revenue funds:

     2nd Mile Ministries - As We Gather (AWG) Program (HB
       4693) (Senate Form 2312)................................     100,000
     City of Hallandale Beach - Austin Hepburn Senior Center
       (HB 3683)...............................................     103,181
     City of Hialeah - Elder Meals Program (HB 3285) (Senate
       Form 1266)..............................................   2,000,000
     City of Hialeah Gardens - Elder Meals Program (HB 3293)
       (Senate Form 1795)......................................     500,000
     City of Homestead - Senior Citizen Programming (HB 4249)
       (Senate Form 1446)......................................     175,000
     City of Margate - Northwest Focal Point Senior Center (HB
       2325) (Senate Form 1027)................................     275,000
     City of Miami Springs Senior Center - Supplemental Meals
       and Services (HB 2379) (Senate Form 1002)...............     750,000
     City of Miramar - South Central / South East Focal Point
       Senior Center (HB 2877) (Senate Form 1398)..............     300,000
     City of Opa-locka - Senior Programming (HB 4123) (Senate
       Form 2094)..............................................     250,000
     City of West Park - Senior Program (HB 4191) (Senate Form
       1657)...................................................     200,000
     David Posnack Jewish Community Center - Senior Kosher
       Meal Program (HB 2081) (Senate Form 1346)...............     149,537
     Jewish Community Services of South Florida - Nutritional
       Equity for Seniors Keeping Kosher (HB 3219) (Senate
       Form 1349)..............................................     400,000
     Jewish Family & Community Services - Holocaust Survivor
       Services (HB 3981) (Senate Form 1581)...................     250,000
     Little Havana Activities & Nutrition Centers - Homemaking
       and Companion Services for the Elderly (HB 2373)(Senate
       Form 1026)..............................................   1,000,000
     North Miami Foundation for Senior Citizens Services, Inc.
       (HB 9141) (Senate Form 1612)............................     350,000
     Northeast Florida Senior Home Delivered Meals Program (HB
       2083) (Senate Form 1293)................................     500,000
     Self Reliance, Inc. - Home Modification for Elders
       Program (HB 3253) (Senate Form 2491)....................     600,000
     Seniors are not Alone - Miami-Dade County (Senate Form
       2699)...................................................     250,000
     Stirrup Congregate Meal Site - Meals for the Elderly
       Program (Senate Form 1874)..............................     250,000
     Town of Cutler Bay - Active Adults Services (HB 2985)
       (Senate Form 2020)......................................     100,000


 399   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          114,710
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           458,925
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            22,700
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            53,564

 400   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,003,545
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        10,135,359
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           796,511

 401   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,875

 402   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,639
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             6,635
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,182

 403   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,106
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             9,865
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,233

 403A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SENIOR CITIZEN CENTERS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,125,000

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 403A, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     Baker County Senior Life Enrichment Center Replacement
       Facility (HB 3261) (Senate Form 1573)...................   1,300,000
     City of Hialeah Gardens - Senior Center Improvements &
       Renovations (HB 3675) (Senate Form 1797)................   1,000,000
     Clay County Senior Services of Aging True (HB 2981)
       (Senate Form 1568)......................................     225,000
     Hialeah Housing Authority (HHA) Elderly Affordable
       Housing - Hoffman Gardens Phase I (HB 3505) (Senate
       Form 1265)..............................................   3,900,000
     Naples Senior Center Construction of New Building (HB
       4283) (Senate Form 1448)................................   1,400,000
     Nassau County Council on Aging Fernandina Beach Senior
       Life Center - Safety Renovations (HB 3155) (Senate Form
       1522)...................................................   1,300,000
     Neighborly Care Network Facility Build-Out (HB 4499)
       (Senate Form 2270)......................................   2,000,000

TOTAL: HOME AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      174,948,148
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       121,738,743

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       60.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       296,686,891

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,602,500

 404   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       63.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,987,828
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,877,546
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,453,934


 405   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           95,235
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           403,064
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           658,272

 406   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          460,611
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           384,307
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           801,228

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  406,  $227,000  from  the
   General  Revenue Fund, of which $20,000 is nonrecurring, is provided for
   an incremental hardware refresh.

 407   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,000

 408   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,191,085
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           112,789
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           205,789

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  408,  $243,000  from  the
   General  Revenue Fund, of which $10,000 is nonrecurring, is provided for
   an  increase  of  the  enterprise  bandwidth to support one megabyte per
   allocated position.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   408,   $517,600  in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided for network
   infrastructure upgrades and managed services.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  408,  $425,000  from  the
   General  Revenue Fund, of which $36,000 is nonrecurring, is provided for
   a unified communications/voice over internet protocol upgrade.

 409   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ENTERPRISE CLIENT INFORMATION AND
        REGISTRATION TRACKING SYSTEM (ECIRTS)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          848,366
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           740,296
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           700,971

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   409,   $848,366  in
   nonrecurring   funds   from   the  General  Revenue  Fund,  $740,296  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from the Federal Grants Trust Fund, and $700,971 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund are
   provided for the implementation of the Enterprise Client Information and
   Registration  Tracking  System  (eCIRTS).  The  funds  shall  be held in
   reserve  and  the  Department  of  Elder Affairs is authorized to submit
   quarterly  budget  amendments for the release of these funds pursuant to
   the  provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent
   upon  the  approval  of a comprehensive operational work plan reflecting
   all  project  tasks  and  a detailed spend plan reflecting estimated and
   actual  monthly  costs  for  the  project.  The  department shall submit
   quarterly  project  status  reports  to  the  Executive  Office  of  the
   Governor's  Office  of  Policy  and  Budget  and the chair of the Senate
   Committee   on   Appropriations   and   the   chair   of  the  House  of
   Representatives  Appropriations  Committee.  Each  report  must  include
   progress  made  to  date  for each project milestone, planned and actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

 410   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,175

 411   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,022
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             4,159
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             7,016


 412   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            8,397
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            13,596

 413A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,694
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            32,650
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           112,212
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           224,898

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        4,667,413
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         7,734,727

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       63.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        12,402,140

CONSUMER ADVOCATE SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,720,704

 414   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       37.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          799,371
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           127,627
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,530,901

 415   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            34,559
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           424,509

 416   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          209,359
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           106,740
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           107,427

 417   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC GUARDIANSHIP CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,961,663
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           154,816

 418   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,232,602
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           149,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  418,  $504,950  from  the
   General Revenue Fund, of which $420,250 is nonrecurring, is provided for
   client  management  and monitoring purposes for the Office of Public and
   Professional  Guardians. The Office of Public and Professional Guardians
   shall work in consultation with professional guardianship associations.

 419   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           31,308

 420   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LONG TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN COUNCIL
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          877,388
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           626,020

 421   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,092

 422   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,252
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                               419
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             7,232


TOTAL: CONSUMER ADVOCATE SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       19,167,035
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,269,250

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       37.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        22,436,285

TOTAL: ELDER AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      207,974,690
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       141,934,812

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      407.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       349,909,502
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .       18,405,087

HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF

PROGRAM: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         20,344,849

 423   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      380.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,520,780
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                        24,338,525

 424   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           41,488
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,390,727

 425   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,781,406
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                        13,812,680

 426   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MINORITY HEALTH
        INITIATIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,560,233

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  426,  $5,400,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Health  for the Telehealth Minority Maternity Care Pilot
   program  as  authorized  pursuant to section 383.2163, Florida Statutes.
   (Senate Form 2664).

 427   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           63,408
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           673,137

 428   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            37,716

 429   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,455,172
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                        18,143,383

 430   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ACCOUNTING INFORMATION RESOURCE
        (FLAIR) SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           937,500

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 430 are provided for the planning and
   remediation  tasks  necessary  to integrate agency applications with the
   new  Florida  Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) system.
   The funds shall be placed in reserve. The agency is authorized to submit
   budget  amendments  requesting  release  of  these funds pursuant to the
   provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent upon
   the  approval  of  a  detailed operational work plan and a monthly spend
   plan that identifies all project work and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.  The  agency shall submit quarterly project status reports to
   the  Executive  Office  of the Governor's Office of Policy & Budget, the
   chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and the chair of the House

   of  Representatives  Appropriations  Committee.  Each status report must
   include  progress  made to date for each project milestone, deliverable,
   and  task order, planned and actual completion dates, planned and actual
   costs incurred, and any current project issues and risks.

 431   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CENTRALIZED ONLINE REPORTING, TRACKING,
        AND NOTIFICATION ENTERPRISE (CORTNE)
        SYSTEM
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,521,519

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  431,  $1,521,519  in
   nonrecurring funds from the Administrative Trust Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Health  for  the  continued development of a Centralized
   Online Reporting, Tracking, and Notification Enterprise (CORTNE) system.
   The  department  shall  coordinate  with  the  Department  of  Financial
   Services'  Florida  PALM  project  to  ensure the CORTNE system does not
   duplicate functionality that will be provided in the PALM system.

 432   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           85,486
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           219,353

 433   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           738,731

 434   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,397
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           110,937

 435   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,780
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            75,581

 437   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,508,985
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         6,052,467

TOTAL: ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       25,055,135
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        68,052,256

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      380.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        93,107,391

PROGRAM: COMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH

COMMUNITY HEALTH PROMOTION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         12,596,074

 438   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      246.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,879,738
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           570,390
        FROM RAPE CRISIS PROGRAM TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            46,054
        FROM TOBACCO SETTLEMENT TRUST FUND .                           356,743
        FROM EPILEPSY SERVICES TRUST FUND  .                            75,167
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        11,813,108
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,544
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,323,544
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           607,931

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  438,  $356,743  and  four
   positions  are provided to implement the Comprehensive Statewide Tobacco
   Education  and Prevention Program in accordance with Section 27, Article
   X of the State Constitution.


 439   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           84,755
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,405,822
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            65,110
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           152,396
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            70,270

 440   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          253,093
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           105,534
        FROM RAPE CRISIS PROGRAM TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            35,000
        FROM EPILEPSY SERVICES TRUST FUND  .                            31,044
        FROM BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,047
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,622,507
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            21,410
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           466,752
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           292,504

 441   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,245,455
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,067,783

 442   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - EPILEPSY SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,644,594
        FROM EPILEPSY SERVICES TRUST FUND  .                           709,547

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   442,   $976,364  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Epilepsy Services Program (HB 4311) (Senate Form 1322).

 443   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       CONTRIBUTION TO COUNTY HEALTH UNITS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,455,424

 444   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PRIMARY CARE PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,682,810

 445   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FLUORIDATION PROJECT
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           150,000

 446   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,909,412
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 446 from the General Revenue Fund are
   provided  as state match for Title XXI administrative funding for school
   health  services  in  Specific  Appropriations 485 through 487, 490, and
   493.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  446,  not  less  than
   $6,000,000  from the General Revenue Fund shall be provided for the Full
   Services Schools program pursuant to section 402.3026, Florida Statutes.

 447   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            10,350
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             6,000

 448   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - OUNCE OF PREVENTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,900,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  448 are provided to fund a recurring

   base  appropriations  project  related  to  the Ounce of Prevention. The
   Ounce  of  Prevention  shall  identify,  fund,  and  evaluate innovative
   prevention  programs  for  at-risk  children  and  families.  The sum of
   $250,000  shall  be  used  for  statewide  public education campaigns on
   television and radio to educate the public on critical prevention issues
   facing  Florida's at-risk children and families. The Ounce of Prevention
   shall  contract  with  a  non-profit  corporation that provides matching
   funds in a three to one ratio.

 449   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CRISIS COUNSELING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,500,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  449  are  provided for the Pregnancy
   Support  Services  Program pursuant to section 381.96, Florida Statutes.
   The  Department  of Health shall award a contract to the current Florida
   Pregnancy Support Services Program contract management provider for this
   Specific  Appropriation. The contract shall provide for payments to such
   provider  of  $500  per month per sub-contracted direct service provider
   for  contract  oversight,  to include technical and educational support.
   The  department  is  authorized to spend no more than $50,000 for agency
   program oversight activities.

 450   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          214,803
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            20,000
        FROM RAPE CRISIS PROGRAM TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         4,128,548
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,740
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            13,000
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           305,500

 451   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       40,334,790
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000
        FROM RAPE CRISIS PROGRAM TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,645,666
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        13,676,521
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         4,132,731
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           532,095

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $1,828,325 from the
   General Revenue Fund is provided for the Mary Brogan Breast and Cervical
   Cancer  Early  Detection  Program  pursuant  to  section 381.93, Florida
   Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $2,500,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund is provided to the Florida Council Against Sexual
   Violence. At least 95 percent of the funds provided shall be distributed
   to  certified  rape  crisis  centers  to  provide services statewide for
   victims of sexual assault (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $9,500,000 from the
   General  Revenue Fund is provided to the Florida Association of Free and
   Charitable Clinics (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $282,039  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is provided to the Palm Beach County Rape Crisis
   Center (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $283,643  from  the
   General Revenue Fund is provided to Community Smiles to partner with the
   Miami  Children's Hospital pediatric dental residency program (recurring
   base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $500,000  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund is provided to the Andrews Institute Foundation's
   Eagle  Fund  for  rehabilitative  services  to  soldiers  wounded during
   military service (recurring base appropriations project).


   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $2,453,632 from the
   General Revenue Fund is provided to the Florida International University
   Neighborhood Help program (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $714,519  from  the
   General Revenue Fund is provided to the University of Florida College of
   Dentistry  to  provide  services  through  a  network of community-based
   clinics (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  451,  $1,750,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund,  of  which  $1,000,000 is nonrecurring (HB 3379)
   (Senate  Form 1302), is provided to the Florida Heiken Children's Vision
   Program to provide free comprehensive eye examinations and eyeglasses to
   financially  disadvantaged  school children who have no other source for
   vision care (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 451, $2,842,604 in recurring
   funds  from the General Revenue Fund is provided for the sole purpose of
   raising hourly wages of employees of local certified rape crisis centers
   to  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  To receive funds, the Florida Council
   Against  Sexual  Violence must amend its contract with the Department of
   Health.  The  contract  amendment  must  require the council to agree to
   require each local certified rape crisis center receiving funds pursuant
   to  this specific appropriation to use all of such funds towards raising
   the hourly wages to at least $15.00 per hour.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  451,  $1,500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Sertoma  Speech  and  Hearing  Foundation  of  Florida,  Inc., a Florida
   non-profit  corporation,  to  support  auditory  oral early intervention
   programs  serving  children  who  are  deaf,  ages birth through two, in
   multiple  counties  including  rural  and underserved areas. These early
   intervention  programs  must  solely  offer  auditory  oral  educational
   habilitation  services,  as  defined  and described in section 1002.391,
   Florida  Statutes,  and  include faculty members who are credentialed as
   Certified  Listening  and Spoken Language Specialists or hearing support
   services in pursuit of spoken language outcomes for infants and toddlers
   who are deaf (HB 2109) (Senate Form 1103).

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 451, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     Agape Community Health Center - Community Paramedic
       Chronic Care Program (HB 3997) (Senate Form 1933).......     250,000
     Andrews Regenerative Medicine Center (HB 4619) (Senate
       Form 2176)..............................................   1,000,000
     BayCare Behavioral Health Remote Patient Monitoring
       Program (HB 2791) (Senate Form 1170)....................     300,000
     City of Homestead - Breast Cancer Screening (HB 3661)
       (Senate Form 1444)......................................     500,000
     Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Readmissions
       Pulmonary Center of Excellence, Holy Cross Health (HB
       9253) (Senate Form 1382)................................     500,000
     City of Gainesville Community Resource Paramedic Program
       Funding (HB 2577) (Senate Form 2171)....................     260,000
     Common Threads- Nutrition Education for Health and
       Wellness (HB 4017)......................................     533,000
     Community Health of South Florida - Coconut Grove Health
       Center Medical Care and Mental Health Services (HB
       2905) (Senate Form 2103)................................     700,000
     Education is the Bridge to Health Literacy (HB 4247)
       (Senate Form 1481)......................................     250,000
     Eve's Hope- South Florida Mobile Medical Unit (HB 3915)
       (Senate Form 1970)......................................     109,006
     Florida Lions Eye Clinic, Inc.- Free Eye Care for Florida
       Residents (HB 2195) (Senate Form 1096)..................      86,000
     Florida Senior Living Association Certified Nursing
       Assistants on the job training program (Senate Form
       2468)...................................................     500,000
     Grace Medical Home - Mobile Medical Van (HB 2921) (Senate
       Form 1270)..............................................     250,000
     Memorial Healthcare System - Adult Mobile Health Center
       (HB 4189) (Senate Form 1374)............................     500,000
     NCH Healthcare System - Simulation Center (HB 2199)
       (Senate Form 1139)......................................   1,999,998
     Nova Southeastern University - Clinic-Based Service

       Outreach (HB 2125) (Senate Form 1014)...................   1,000,000
     Partnership for Child Health - Craniofacial and Cleft LIP
       / Cleft Palate (HB 4199)(Senate Form 1440)..............     125,000
     Polk County- Community Paramedicine Program Expansion (HB
       2501) (Senate Form 2500)................................     450,000
     Professional Resource Network (HB 3141) (Senate Form 1291)      75,000
     Project Be Strong (Social and Emotional Wellness) (HB
       4053) (Senate Form 2279)................................     100,000
     Promise Fund of Florida - Women's Health Equity (HB 2563)
       (Senate Form 1180)......................................     450,000
     SunCoast Blood Centers (HB 4839) (Senate Form 1984).......     450,000
     St. John Bosco Clinic (HB 2879) (Senate Form 1128)........     500,000
     Thelma Gibson Health Initiative (TGHI) - Community
       "Passport" to Improved Medical, Physical and Behavioral
       Health (HB 3873) (Senate Form 2194).....................     905,246
     YMCA Safety Around Water (HB 4951)........................   2,000,000

 452   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HEALTHY START COALITIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       24,895,176
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         4,485,431

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  452,  $4,420,000 from the
   General  Revenue Fund, of which $20,000 is nonrecurring, is provided for
   grants  to  fatherhood  programs  that are integrated with home visiting
   programs, pursuant to HB 7065, or similar legislation, becoming law.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   452,   $500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Nurse-Family Partnership Program (HB 2467) (Senate Form 1156).

 453   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH TRUST FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,850,000

 453A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO THE H. LEE MOFFITT CANCER
        CENTER AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,000,000

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  453A,  $20,000,000  in
   recurring  funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to the H. Lee
   Moffitt  Cancer  Center  and Research Institute to be used as authorized
   pursuant  to  section  210.201(2),  Florida  Statutes.  This  funding is
   contingent upon the passage of SB 2526, or similar legislation, becoming
   a law.

 454   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       JAMES AND ESTHER KING BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
        PROGRAM
        FROM BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,850,000

 455   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       WILLIAM G. "BILL" BANKHEAD, JR., AND DAVID
        COLEY CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM
        FROM BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        10,000,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  455,  $500,000  from  the
   Biomedical  Research  Trust  Fund  is provided to maintain the statewide
   Brain  Tumor Registry Program at the McKnight Brain Institute (recurring
   base appropriations project).

 456   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HEALTH EDUCATION RISK REDUCTION PROJECT
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            12,686

 457   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA CONSORTIUM OF NATIONAL CANCER
        INSTITUTE CENTERS PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       83,571,257
        FROM BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        16,428,743

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  457  are  provided  for  the Florida

   Consortium   of   National   Cancer   Institute  (NCI)  Centers  Program
   established in section 381.915, Florida Statutes.

   Cancer centers are eligible for Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 designation to
   participate in the Florida Consortium of National Cancer Institute (NCI)
   Centers  Program  as  follows: H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research
   Institute  is  eligible  for  Tier  1  designation  as  a NCI-designated
   comprehensive   cancer   center;   the  University  of  Miami  Sylvester
   Comprehensive  Cancer Center is eligible for Tier 2 designation as a NCI
   designated  cancer  center;  and the University of Florida Health Shands
   Cancer  Hospital  is  eligible  for  Tier  3  designation in the Florida
   Consortium of NCI Centers Program.

 458   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ENDOWED CANCER RESEARCH
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,000,000

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   458,   of  which  $1,000,000  is
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the General Revenue Fund, are provided to the
   Mayo  Clinic  Cancer  Center  of  Jacksonville to fund an endowed cancer
   research chair pursuant to section 381.922(4), Florida Statutes.

 459   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PEDIATRIC CANCER RESEARCH
        FROM BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  459  are  provided for the Live Like
   Bella Initiative pursuant to section 381.922(2)(c), Florida Statutes, to
   advance progress toward curing pediatric cancer.

 460   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ALZHEIMER RESEARCH
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 460 are provided for the Ed and Ethel
   Moore  Alzheimer's  Disease  Research  Program  established  in  section
   381.82, Florida Statutes.

 461   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FEDERAL NUTRITION
        PROGRAMS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                       308,875,678

 462   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           77,332

 463   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                       250,929,257

 464   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            44,210
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             1,526

 464A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DENTAL STUDENT LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,773,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  464A,  $1,773,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Dental  Student  Loan  Repayment Program and the Donated Dental Services
   Program  to  be  used  as  authorized  pursuant  to section 381.4019 and
   section 381.40195, Florida Statutes.

 465   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       COMPREHENSIVE STATEWIDE TOBACCO PREVENTION
        AND EDUCATION PROGRAM
        FROM TOBACCO SETTLEMENT TRUST FUND .                        77,329,334

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  465  shall  be used to implement the
   Comprehensive  Statewide  Tobacco  Education  and  Prevention Program in
   accordance  with  section  27,  Article  X  of the State Constitution as
   adjusted  annually  for  inflation,  using  the  Consumer Price Index as

   published  by  the  United States Department of Labor. The appropriation
   shall be allocated as follows:

     State & Community Interventions...........................  14,318,110
     State & Community Interventions - AHEC....................   6,249,620
     Health Communications Interventions.......................  23,276,444
     Health Communications Interventions - Pregnant Women......   2,500,000
     Cessation Interventions...................................  14,466,212
     Cessation Interventions - AHEC............................   8,473,201
     Surveillance & Evaluation.................................   7,055,448
     Administration & Management...............................     990,300

   Funds provided for the Health Communications Intervention component must
   use   strategies   targeted   toward  Florida's  youth  which  integrate
   information  about  the  consequence  of  tobacco  use  and  the  use of
   electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  465,  the  Department  of
   Health  may  use  nicotine replacements and other treatments approved by
   the  federal  Food  and Drug Administration as part of smoking cessation
   interventions.

   All  contracts awarded through this Specific Appropriation shall include
   performance  measures  and measurable outcomes. The Department of Health
   shall establish specific performance and accountability criteria for all
   intervention  and  evaluation  contracts. The criteria shall be based on
   best  medical  practices, past smoking cessation experience, the federal
   Centers   for   Disease   Control  and  Prevention  Best  Practices  for
   Comprehensive  Tobacco  Control  Programs, and the ability to impact the
   broadest population.

 466   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,142
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             1,962
        FROM RAPE CRISIS PROGRAM TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               418
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            46,441
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               284
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             4,715
        FROM PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             1,495

 466A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HEALTH FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      101,030,000

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 466A, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     Community Health Centers of Pinellas - Milton Park Health
       Center Building Renovation (HB 4169) (Senate Form 2323).     500,000
     Doctor's Memorial Hospital (Bonifay) Rural Critical
       Health Care Clinic (HB 9279) (Senate Form 1164).........   1,000,000
     Gulf Breeze Hospital - Storm Hardening Project (HB 4617)
       (Senate Form 2045)......................................   4,000,000
     Hernando County - Access to Integrated Care (Senate Form
       2163)...................................................   2,000,000
     Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center - Graduate
       Medical Education Facility Construction (HB 3235)
       (Senate Form 1284)......................................   1,500,000
     Leon Haley, Jr., MD Trauma Center (HB 4469) (Senate Form
       2774)...................................................  80,000,000
     Neighborhood Medical Center Maternal & Pediatric Health
       Clinic (HB 9009) (Senate Form 1896).....................     750,000
     Polk County - Frank B. Smith Emergency Generator
       Replacement (HB 2511) (Senate Form 2376)................     140,000
     Tampa General Hospital - Global Emerging Diseases
       Institute (HB 2829) (Senate Form 1151)..................  10,000,000
     Town of Golden Beach Wellness Center (HB 2027) (Senate
       Form 1610)..............................................     400,000
     Treasure Coast Hospice Negative Pressure Rooms (HB 2181)

       (Senate Form 2144)......................................     290,000
     YMCA of Florida's First Coast Immokalee Unique Abilities
       Center - Multipurpose Facility Phase 2 (HB 3985)
       (Senate Form 1587)......................................     450,000

TOTAL: COMMUNITY HEALTH PROMOTION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      350,315,781
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       726,591,538

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      246.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,076,907,319

DISEASE CONTROL AND HEALTH PROTECTION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         28,485,710

 467   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      630.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,567,947
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,478,660
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        14,383,800
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         9,432,443
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,801,816
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           366,035

 468   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           54,195
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            30,364
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,472,733
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,165,296
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           135,728

 469   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,449,137
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           729,127
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        10,590,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,781,204
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        15,594,757
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            60,615

 470   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AND
        TREATMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       29,528,611
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        97,831,173

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 470 from the General Revenue Fund may
   be  used  to fund Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune
   Deficiency   Syndrome  (AIDS)  Patient  Care  activities,  Patient  Care
   Networks, Ryan White Consortia, the AIDS Insurance Continuation Project,
   and other HIV prevention initiatives.

   The  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 470 from the Federal Grants Trust
   Fund   are   contingent  upon  sufficient  state  matching  funds  being
   identified  to  qualify  for  the  federal  Ryan  White grant award. The
   Department of Health and the Department of Corrections shall collaborate
   in  determining  the  amount  of  general  revenue funds expended by the
   Department  of Corrections for AIDS-related activities and services that
   qualify as state matching funds for the Ryan White grant.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  470,  $719,989  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is provided to Jackson Memorial Hospital for the
   South Florida AIDS Network (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  470,  $239,996  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided  to  the Youth Expressions and Farm
   Workers  programs  that  provide HIV/AIDS outreach to Haitian and Latino
   communities (recurring base appropriations project).


 471   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES
        FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS (HOPWA)
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        11,322,322

 472   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       CONTRIBUTION TO COUNTY HEALTH UNITS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,662,823
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           427,426
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,194,571

 473   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           52,500
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            15,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           625,124
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            48,000
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

 474   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,315,149
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           166,080

 475   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,291,055
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           245,165
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        11,104,638
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        15,475,691
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,885,489
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,500

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  475,  $450,000  from  the
   General Revenue Fund is provided to the Birth Defects Registry.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  475,  $1,000,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is provided to the Department of Health to study
   the  long-term  health  impacts  of exposure to blue green algae and red
   tide  toxins to residents, visitors, and those occupationally exposed in
   Florida.

 476   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,408,749
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         9,362,591

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 476, the following projects
   are funded from nonrecurring general revenue funds:

     Broward Health - Every Woman (HB 3465) (Senate Form 1640).     241,920
     Drug Free America Foundation - Reducing the Use of
       Marijuana During Pregnancy and Postpartum (HB 2915)
       (Senate Form 1427)......................................     221,903
     Florida International University - CLIA Laboratory for
       Functional Drug Testing to Individualize Cancer
       Treatments (HB 3247)....................................   2,000,000
     Foundation for Sickle Cell Disease Research (HB 4807)
       (Senate Form 1843)......................................   3,000,000
     Live Like Bella Childhood Cancer Foundation (HB 2453)
       (Senate Form 1694)......................................   1,000,000
     University of Miami - HIV/AIDS Research at Center for
       AIDS Research (HB 2873) (Senate Form 1118)..............   1,000,000
     University of Miami Miller School of Medicine - Florida
       Stroke Registry (HB 4649) (Senate Form 1355)............   1,000,000

 477   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED PROFESSIONAL
        SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,995,141

        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,443,885

 478   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OFFICE OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA USE
        INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,442,239

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  478,  are provided to the Department
   of  Health  for  the  Office  of  Medical  Marijuana Use for information
   technology  issues including the Statewide Seed-To-Sale Tracking system,
   technology  upgrades  to  the  Medical  Marijuana  Use  Registry and the
   Compliance,  Licensure, Enforcement, and Regulatory (CLEAR) system. From
   these  funds,  $3,998,016 shall be held in reserve and the department is
   authorized  to  submit  budget amendments for the release of these funds
   pursuant  to the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release of
   funds held in reserve is contingent upon the approval of a comprehensive
   operational  work plan for each project reflecting all project tasks and
   a  detailed  spending  plan  reflecting  estimated and actual costs that
   comport with each deliverable proposed by the department. The department
   shall submit quarterly project status reports to the Executive Office of
   the  Governor's  Office  of  Policy  and Budget, the chair of the Senate
   Appropriations  Committee, and the chair of the House of Representatives
   Appropriations Committee.  Each status report must include progress made
   to date for each project milestone, deliverable, and task order, planned
   and  actual  deliverable  completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs
   incurred, and any project issues and risks.

 479   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL AND
        MECHANICAL UNIVERSITY (FAMU) - DIVISION OF
        RESEARCH
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         9,311,760

   Funds   provided   in   Specific   Appropriation   479   shall  be  used
   exclusively  for the purpose of educating minorities about marijuana for
   medical  use and the impact of the unlawful use of marijuana on minority
   communities pursuant to section 381.986(7)(d), Florida Statutes.

   The   Division  of  Research  at  Florida  Agricultural  and  Mechanical
   University  shall  provide to the Governor, the President of the Senate,
   the  Speaker  of  the  House  of  Representatives, and the Department of
   Health quarterly update reports no later than 30 days after the close of
   each  calendar  quarter beginning July 30, 2022 for the calendar quarter
   ending  June  30,  2022.  At  a minimum, these reports shall include the
   adopted fiscal year budget, expenditures to date, estimated expenditures
   remaining, program objectives, the public education plan with timelines,
   minority  groups  targeted,  the number of minorities reached by program
   objective,  copies  of  any documents disseminated during the quarter as
   part  of  the  public  education campaign for educating minorities about
   marijuana  for  medical  use  and  the  impact  of  the  unlawful use of
   marijuana  on  minority  communities, a list of all research projects on
   the  impact  of  the  unlawful  use of marijuana on minority communities
   funded  under  this  program, including project status and copies of any
   studies  or reports funded by this program completed or published during
   the quarter.

 480   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          498,687

 481   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          240,502
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             7,668

 482   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           31,674
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             1,748
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            49,573
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            11,500
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            45,320


 483   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           64,198
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             4,233
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            67,248
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            38,266
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            27,998
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,047

 484   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OUTREACH FOR PREGNANT WOMEN
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000

TOTAL: DISEASE CONTROL AND HEALTH PROTECTION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       69,345,219
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       236,594,982

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      630.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       305,940,201

COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENTS LOCAL HEALTH NEEDS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE        399,735,503

 485   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    8,976.51
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                       576,493,256

 486   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        58,247,880

 487   EXPENSES
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                       126,163,312

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriations 487 and 509, the Department
   of  Health is authorized to transfer funds to the Agency for Health Care
   Administration  from  the General Revenue Fund, County Health Department
   Trust  Fund,  Grants  and  Donations  Trust Fund, and the Federal Grants
   Trust  Fund to purchase prescription drugs pursuant to the parameters of
   the  Canadian  Prescription  Drug  Importation  Program as authorized by
   section  381.02035,  Florida  Statutes,  for  use  in  state programs as
   outlined in section 381.02035(3), Florida Statutes.

 488   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       CONTRIBUTION TO COUNTY HEALTH UNITS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      153,885,221

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  488,  $7,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds from the General Revenue Fund is appropriated to the
   Department  of  Health  to  provide a statewide adjustment to the County
   Health  Department  allocation  of non-categorical funds. The allocation
   methodology  shall  place  an emphasis on each county's total population
   and  percent  of  uninsured. These funds shall be placed in reserve. The
   Department  of Health shall submit a budget amendment requesting release
   of  the funds held in reserve pursuant to chapter 216, Florida Statutes.
   Release  of  the  funds  is contingent upon the submission of a proposed
   allocation methodology by county.

 489   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       COMMUNITY HEALTH INITIATIVES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,951,797
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           500,000

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 489, the following recurring
   base  appropriations  projects are funded with recurring general revenue
   funds:

     La Liga - League Against Cancer...........................   1,150,000

     Minority Outreach - Penalver Clinic.......................     319,514
     Manatee County Rural Health Services......................      82,283

 490   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        10,235,802

 491   LUMP SUM
       COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENTS
                                   POSITIONS       50.00

 492   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        12,424,843

 493   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        90,252,267

 494   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            27,500

 495   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,694,635

 496   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,809,117

 497   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,336,086

TOTAL: COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENTS LOCAL HEALTH NEEDS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      155,837,018
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       887,184,698

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    9,026.51
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,043,021,716

STATEWIDE PUBLIC HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         21,968,655

 498   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      453.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,520,409
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,688,906
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,711,530
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         8,026,020
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           787,822
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                         2,800,685
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,788,251
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,828,363

 499   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           44,611
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           191,560
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           630,593
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           657,137
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            66,789

        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                           122,935
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           744,810
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            45,632

 500   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          310,283
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           238,536
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           520,404
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,846,269
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           272,116
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                           573,192
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           715,822
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,645,717

 501   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - LOCAL HEALTH COUNCILS
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,111,402

 502   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - EMERGENCY MEDICAL
        SERVICES COUNTY GRANTS
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,696,675

 503   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - EMERGENCY MEDICAL
        SERVICES MATCHING GRANTS
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,181,461

 504   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            16,932
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            61,466
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            28,302
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            56,997

 505   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           210,856

 506   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - STRENGTHENING DOMESTIC
        SECURITY - BIOTERRORISM ENHANCEMENTS -
        HEALTH AND HOSPITALS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        21,143,607

 507   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          311,692
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           240,623
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           765,458
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,587,060
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,781
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                           242,075
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,570,669
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           148,500


 508   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,060,536
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                         1,321,507

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  508,  $94,867  from  the
   General Revenue Fund is provided to the Southwest Alachua County Primary
   and   Community   Health  Care  Clinic  (recurring  base  appropriations
   project).

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 508, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     Baptist Health Research Institute Familial Screening for
       Brain Aneurysms (Senate Form 1677)......................     500,000
     Bitner/Plante Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Initiative
       (HB 4859) (Senate Form 1475)............................   1,000,000
     Broward Health - Healthcare Associated Infections
       Reduction Pilot Program (HB 9217) (Senate Form 2368)....   1,000,000
     Combating Stress among Firefighters (Senate Form 2298)....     315,000

 509   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DRUGS, VACCINES AND OTHER BIOLOGICALS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       22,977,280
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                       119,154,984
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        43,293,173

   The  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 509 from the Federal Grants Trust
   Fund   are   contingent  upon  sufficient  state  matching  funds  being
   identified  to  qualify  for  the  federal  Ryan  White grant award. The
   Department of Health and the Department of Corrections shall collaborate
   in determining the amount of state general revenue funds expended by the
   Department  of Corrections for AIDS-related activities and services that
   qualify as state matching funds for the Ryan White grant.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  509,  $5,000,000 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided to the Department of Health for the
   purchase  of  emergency  opioid  antagonists  to  be  made  available to
   emergency responders.

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  509, $2,000,000
   from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the Hormonal Long-acting
   Reversible   Contraception   (HLARC)   Program.  This  program  will  be
   implemented  through contracts with family planning providers to provide
   low  cost  hormonal  long-acting reversible contraception (HLARC). Funds
   may  be  used  to  train  clinical  providers  and provide education and
   outreach.  Funds  may also be used for HLARC removals. The Department of
   Health  shall  submit  a  report  by  January  1, 2023, to the Governor,
   President  of  the  Senate,  and Speaker of the House of Representatives
   which  includes data on services provided, patient demographics, and use
   of funds for training and outreach.

 510   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER STATE MATCHING FUNDS TO THE
        STATEWIDE MEDICAID MANAGED CARE LONG TERM
        CARE WAIVER
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                         2,505,111

 511   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - RURAL HEALTH NETWORK
        GRANTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,166,915

 512   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PURCHASED CLIENT SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                         1,676,352

 513   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          131,699

        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            54,239

 514   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - STATE AND FEDERAL
        DISASTER RELIEF OPERATIONS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,000,000

 515   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - TRAUMA CARE
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        12,093,747

 516   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SPINAL CORD RESEARCH
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,000,000
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                         4,000,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  516,  $2,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Miami Project to Cure Paralysis (HB 3953) (Senate Form 1442).

 517   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,837
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             7,811
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            55,064
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             6,177
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                            47,576
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            52,241
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,278

 517A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - HEALTH CARE EDUCATION
        REIMBURSEMENT AND LOAN REPAYMENT PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,000,000

 518   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,075
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             5,086
        FROM EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            13,623
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            30,689
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,793
        FROM BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD INJURY
         REHABILITATION TRUST FUND . . . . .                            11,798
        FROM PLANNING AND EVALUATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,990
        FROM RADIATION PROTECTION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            23,705

 519   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       MEDICALLY FRAGILE ENHANCEMENT PAYMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          610,020

TOTAL: STATEWIDE PUBLIC HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       39,484,442
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       257,620,812

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      453.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       297,105,254

PROGRAM: CHILDREN'S MEDICAL SERVICES

CHILDREN'S SPECIAL HEALTH CARE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         20,361,329


 520   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      335.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,861,152
        FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND  . . . . .                        11,693,467
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,759,206

 521   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          188,882
        FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           184,296
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           367,425

 522   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,115,097
        FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         3,084,281
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,808,301

 523   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            10,700

 524   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CHILDREN'S MEDICAL
        SERVICES NETWORK
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       19,964,382
        FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND  . . . . .                       184,712,679
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           649,863
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         9,910,054
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,613,263

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  524,  the  Department  of
   Health  shall transfer an amount not to exceed $450,000 from the General
   Revenue  Fund  to the Agency for Health Care Administration for Medicaid
   reimbursable  services  that  support  children  enrolled  in contracted
   medical foster care programs.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 524, up to $2,500,000 may be
   used  by the Department of Health Children's Medical Services Program to
   provide  benefits  authorized in section 391.0315, Florida Statutes, for
   children  with chronic and serious medical conditions who do not qualify
   for  Medicaid  or  Title  XXI of the Social Security Act. The department
   shall  maximize  the  use  of  funding  provided by federal block grants
   before utilizing general revenue funds. Children eligible for assistance
   using  these  funds  must  be  uninsured,  insured  but  not covered for
   medically  necessary  services, or unable to access services due to lack
   of  providers  or  lack  of  financial resources regardless of insurance
   status.  The  department may serve children on a first-come, first-serve
   basis  until  the  appropriated  funds  are  fully  obligated. Receiving
   services   through  the  Safety  Net  Program  does  not  constitute  an
   entitlement  for  coverage  or services when funds appropriated for this
   purpose are exhausted.

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 524 shall not be used to support
   continuing  education  courses  or  training for health professionals or
   staff employed by the Children's Medical Services (CMS) Network or under
   contract  with  the  Department of Health. This limitation shall include
   but  not  be  limited  to:  classroom instruction, train the trainer, or
   web-based   continuing   education   courses   that  may  be  considered
   professional  development,  or  that  results  in  continuing  education
   credits that may be applied towards the initial or subsequent renewal of
   a  health professional's license. This does not preclude the CMS Network
   from  providing information on treatment methodologies or best practices
   to appropriate CMS Network health professionals, staff, or contractors.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  524,  $730,000  from  the
   General  Revenue  Fund,  of  which  $450,000  is  nonrecurring (HB 3993)
   (Senate  Form  1318), is provided to the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
   program in Sarasota County (recurring base appropriations project).

   From the funds in Specific Appropriation 524, recurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following Children's
   Medical Services specialty contracts:

     University of South Florida - Regional Perinatal
       Intensive Care Center...................................      45,000
     Johns Hopkins/All Children's Hospital -
       Hematology/Oncology.....................................      48,500

     University of Florida - Regional Perinatal Intensive Care
       Center..................................................      50,000
     MATCH dba Partnership for Child Health - Craniofacial and
       Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate..................................      78,023
     Nemours Jacksonville - Hematology/Oncology................      79,439
     Sacred Heart Hospital - Regional Perinatal Intensive Care
       Center..................................................     127,788
     Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center  - HIV/AIDS....     138,889
     University of South Florida - Disease Management..........     151,545
     Wolfson Children's Hospital - Disease Management..........     180,000
     University of Miami - Comprehensive Children's Kidney
       Failure Center..........................................     205,618
     University of Miami - Disease Management..................     207,962
     University of South Florida - HIV/AIDS....................     222,932
     University of South Florida - Comprehensive Children's
       Kidney Failure Center...................................     225,268
     University of Florida - HIV/AIDS..........................     241,927
     University of Florida - HIV/AIDS..........................     250,543
     Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital - Craniofacial and Cleft
       Lip/Cleft Palate........................................     255,150
     Nicklaus Children's Hospital - Craniofacial and Cleft
       Lip/Cleft Palate........................................     255,150
     University of Miami - HIV/AIDS............................     260,269
     Sickle Cell Disease Association of Florida, Inc. - Sickle
       Cell Outreach...........................................     283,860
     University of Florida - Disease Management................     344,258
     University of Florida - Hematology/Oncology...............     362,912
     University of Florida - Comprehensive Children's Kidney
       Failure Center..........................................     390,466
     University of South Florida - Tampa Referral Center.......     393,120
     University of Miami - Hematology/Oncology.................     404,501
     University of Florida - Cranio/Multi-Handicapped..........     525,043

   The Department of Health is authorized to reallocate funding among the
   above institutions based on contractual negotiations so long as the
   General Revenue allocation is not increased.

   From the funds in Specific Appropriation 524, recurring funds from
   the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant Trust Fund are provided for
   the following Children's Medical Services specialty contracts:

     Children's Diagnostic and Treatment Center  -   HIV/AIDS..      46,296
     University of South Florida - HIV/AIDS....................      74,311
     University of Florida - HIV/AIDS..........................      80,642
     University of Florida - HIV/AIDS..........................      83,514
     University of Miami - HIV/AIDS............................      86,756
     University of Florida - Health Care Transition............     100,000
     Orlando Health/Arnold Palmer - Hematology/Oncology........     110,427
     Johns Hopkins/ All Children's - Hematology/Oncology.......     145,500
     The Nemours Foundation - Regional Network for Access and
       Quality.................................................     150,000
     MATCH dba Partnership for Child Health - Regional Network
       for Access and Quality..................................     150,000
     University of Florida - Disease Management................     130,000
     Nemours Jacksonville - Hematology/Oncology................     238,318
     University of Florida - Behavioral Health.................     525,000
     University of Miami - Behavioral Health...................     445,000
     Florida International University - Behavioral Health......     445,000
     Florida State University - Behavioral Health..............     525,000
     University of South Florida - Behavioral Health...........     153,305
     National Institute for Children's Health Quality    - QI
       Learning Collaborative..................................     597,726
     University of Central Florida - Patient-Centered Medical
       Home....................................................     755,000

   The Department of Health is authorized to reallocate funding among the
   above institutions based on contractual negotiations so long as the
   Maternal  and  Child  Health  Block  Grant  Trust Fund allocation is not
   increased.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  524,  5,000,000  from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided  to create a Children's Hearing Aid
   program  within  the  Department  of  Health Children's Medical Services
   program. This program shall provide assistance to families with children
   0  -18  years of age, who are residents of the State of Florida, and who
   have  been  diagnosed  with  hearing  loss  by  a  licensed physician or
   audiologist.  The program will assist with the purchase of hearing aids,

   assistive   listening   devices,  external  cochlear  implant  processor
   replacements,  ear molds and hearing aid batteries. Children with family
   incomes at or below 400 percent of the federal poverty level guidelines,
   and  children described in 391.021(3)(a), Florida Statutes, are eligible
   for  the  program.  Children enrolled or who can qualify for the Florida
   Medicaid Program or Children's Health Insurance program are not eligible
   for the program.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 524, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects.

     AdventHealth Orlando - Advanced Genomics for Critically
       Ill Newborns (HB 3503) (Senate Form 2113)...............     725,000
     Mothers' Milk Bank of Florida - Donor Human Milk for
       Babies at Home (HB 4667) (Senate Form 2581).............      75,000
     Nicklaus Children's Hospital (Senate Form 2614)...........     500,000
     Pediatric Vision Center - University of South Florida Eye
       Institute and Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and
       Research(HB 4541) (Senate Form 1844)....................     750,275
     St. Joseph's Children's Hospital - Chronic Complex Clinic
       (HB 9113) (Senate Form 1207)............................   1,325,000

 525   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MEDICAL SERVICES FOR
        ABUSED/NEGLECTED CHILDREN
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       19,787,467
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,763,295

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   525,   $250,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   University  of  Florida Forensic Interview Center (HB 3983) (Senate Form
   1474).

 526   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         6,530,809
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            82,405
        FROM MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
         BLOCK GRANT TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           281,710

 527   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          300,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  527,  $300,000  from  the
   General Revenue Fund is provided to A Safe Haven for Newborns (recurring
   base appropriations project).

 528   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       POISON CONTROL CENTER
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,666,498

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  528,  $6,666,498  from  the  General
   Revenue Fund is provided to the Poison Control Centers of Florida.

 529   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          289,965

 530   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - DEVELOPMENTAL EVALUATION
        AND INTERVENTION SERVICES/PART C
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       47,361,173
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        31,017,140

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 530, at least 85 percent of
   funds distributed to Local Early Steps providers must be spent on direct
   client services.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  530,  up to $3,833,666 in
   nonrecurring funds from the Federal Grants Trust Fund is provided to the
   Department   of   Health   for   the  replacement  of  its  Early  Steps
   Administrative  system.  The  department  must  competitively  procure a
   private  sector  provider  with  experience  in  conducting independent
   verification  and  validation  services  of  public  sector  information
   technology  projects to provide independent verification and validation.

   The  funds  shall  be placed in reserve. The department is authorized to
   submit budget amendments to request the release of funds pursuant to the
   provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. The budget amendments shall
   include  a detailed operational work plan and project spending plan. The
   department   shall  submit  quarterly  project  status  reports  to  the
   Executive  Office  of  the  Governor's  Office of Policy and Budget, the
   chair  of  the  Senate   Appropriations  Committee, and the chair of the
   House  Appropriations  Committee. Each report must include progress made
   to date for each project milestone, planned and actual completion dates,
   planned  and  actual  costs incurred, and any current project issues and
   risks.

 531   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           82,009
        FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           121,245
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            75,871

 532   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           92,952
        FROM DONATIONS TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            69,634
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            30,227

TOTAL: CHILDREN'S SPECIAL HEALTH CARE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      108,709,577
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       261,765,871

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      335.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       370,475,448

PROGRAM: HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER AND ACCESS

MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         24,818,264

 533   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      612.50
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        37,471,976

 534   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,634,783

 535   EXPENSES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            86,419
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,385,220

 536   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            57,604

 537   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           198,430

 538   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       UNLICENSED ACTIVITIES
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,173,452

 539   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           315,433

 540   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           863,761
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        18,555,704


   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  540,  $1,698,800  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Medical  Quality Assurance Trust Fund is
   provided  to  the  Department  of  Health  for  the  development  of  an
   Artificial  Intelligence  Customer  Service  Solution. From these funds,
   $1,274,100  shall be held in reserve and the department is authorized to
   submit budget amendments requesting the release of funds pursuant to the
   provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Requests for the release of
   funds  shall  include  a  detailed  operational  work  plan  and project
   spending  plan.  The  department  shall  also  provide quarterly project
   status  reports to the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the
   chair of the House Appropriations Committee, and the Executive Office of
   the  Governor's  Office  of  Policy  and Budget. The report must include
   progress   made   to  date  for  each  project  milestone  and  contract
   deliverable,  planned  and  actual  completion dates, planned and actual
   costs incurred, and any current project issues and risks.

 541   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           122,000

 542   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           353,372

 543   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           339,364

 544   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           158,398

TOTAL: MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        70,715,916

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      612.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        70,715,916

PROGRAM: DISABILITY DETERMINATIONS

DISABILITY BENEFITS DETERMINATION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         51,302,402

 545   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    1,147.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          697,467
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           775,481
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                        77,282,520

 546   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          850,348
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           872,461
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                        28,400,307

 547   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          139,839
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           198,434
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                        21,622,860

 548   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            4,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             4,000
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                           712,620

 549   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          135,331
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            79,818
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                        36,770,837


 550   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,691
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,691
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                           227,101

 551   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,000
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                             2,334

 552   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,367
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,403
        FROM U.S. TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                           348,097

TOTAL: DISABILITY BENEFITS DETERMINATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        1,831,043
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       167,301,964

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,147.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       169,133,007

TOTAL: HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      750,578,215
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     2,675,828,037

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .   12,832.01
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     3,426,406,252
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      579,612,786

VETERANS' AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF

PROGRAM: SERVICES TO VETERANS' PROGRAM

VETERANS' HOMES

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  553  through  580,  the
   Department  of  Veterans' Affairs shall provide a monthly reconciliation
   report  for  all  Operations and Maintenance Trust Fund expenditures and
   revenues.  The  report  shall  include  actual  expenditures  to date by
   category  and  revenue  collections  to date for each month and shall be
   reconciled  to  state  accounting  records. The Department shall provide
   applicable  state  accounting  reports  to  validate  the reconciliation
   report.  The  report  shall  also  include  expenditure  projections  by
   category and revenue projections for the remainder of the fiscal year by
   month;  census data for each nursing home or domiciliary operated by the
   department  by  month; census data and anticipated opening dates for the
   new  state  veterans' nursing homes, and a report of departmental use of
   contract  nurse  staffing  agencies. In the event projected revenues are
   not  sufficient  to  cover  projected expenditures, the department shall
   submit  a  written  corrective  action  plan  to address each deficit by
   category.   The   corrective   action  plan  shall  prioritize  reducing
   departmental administrative costs in the Executive Direction and Support
   Services  program  first  in lieu of reductions to Veterans' Benefits or
   Nursing home expenditures. The report shall be provided to the Governor,
   the   President   of  the  Senate  and  the  Speaker  of  the  House  of
   Representatives no later than 30 days after the last business day of the
   preceding month.

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  553  through  578,  the
   Department  of  Veteran  Affairs  shall  make  a  recommendation  on the
   location  of  the  ninth  and  tenth state veterans' nursing home to the
   Governor and the Cabinet no later than August 1, 2022.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         51,820,608

 553   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    1,338.00
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        80,462,231

 554   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,643,790

        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           237,202

 555   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       22,821,320
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            26,000
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           327,913

 556   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          368,445
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,000
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           520,994

 557   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,331,974

 558   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF STATE-OWNED
        RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES FOR VETERANS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          380,552

 560   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       21,532,378
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         8,021,913

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 560, $6,925,034 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  must be used to raise wages of
   contracted  employees  of the department to at least $15.00. These funds
   shall  be  placed  in  reserve.  The  department is authorized to submit
   budget  amendments requesting the release of these funds pursuant to the
   provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent upon
   the  submission  of  an  attestation  by  the  executive director of the
   department,  subject  to  the  penalty of perjury under section 837.012,
   Florida  Statutes, that all funds provided in Specific Appropriation 560
   will  be used toward raising the hourly wages of contracted employees to
   at least $15.00 per hour.

 561   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            99,000

 562   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,636,021

 563   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           417,557

TOTAL: VETERANS' HOMES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       49,746,485
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        96,105,805

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,338.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       145,852,290

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,908,083

 564   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       29.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,647,275
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           214,532


 565   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           22,903

 566   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,133,797
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           547,965

 567   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          120,512

 567A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,675

 568   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          267,632
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           519,862

 569   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           16,942

 570   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,882
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                               593

 571A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           29,888

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        4,249,506
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,282,952

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       29.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         5,532,458

VETERANS' BENEFITS AND ASSISTANCE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,624,304

 572   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      115.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,725,617
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,066,174

 573   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,612
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,881

 574   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          208,653
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           386,359

 575   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            15,500

 576   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,569
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            32,500


 576A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,336,005

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 576A, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     SOF Missions Suicide Prevention (HB 4829)(Senate Form
       1554)...................................................     500,000
     Quantum Leap Farm Equine Assisted Therapy for Veterans
       (HB 3485)(Senate Form 1884).............................     190,000
     K9s for Warriors - Lifetime Care & Mental Health Support
       for Veterans (HB 3473)(Senate Form 1579)................     750,000
     K9 Partners for Patriots Mental Health Expansion (HB
       9207)(Senate Form 2310).................................     175,000
     Five Star Veterans Center Homeless Housing and
       Reintegration Project (HB 3041)(Senate Form 1407).......     374,000
     University of South Florida - Alternative Treatment
       Options for Veterans (Senate Form 2560).................     500,000
     The Fire Watch Project, Inc. (HB 3399)(Senate Form 1296)..     540,000
     Northeast Florida Women Veterans - Women Veterans
       Ignited(HB 4201)(Senate Form 1239)......................     497,005
     Blue Angels Foundation - Post Traumatic Stress Protocol
       to Reduce Veteran Suicide (Senate Form 2505)............     500,000
     Florida Veterans Foundation (HB 2291)(Senate Form 1552)...     250,000
     Florida Veterans Legal Help Line (HB 2165)(Senate Form
       1826)...................................................     750,000
     Home Base Florida Veterans & Family Care (HB 4625)(Senate
       Form  1211).............................................   1,000,000
     Mid Florida Community Services, Inc., - Veteran Ride
       Program (HB 9201)(Senate Form 2316).....................     150,000
     Veterans Helping Veterans- Veterans Outreach Program (HB
       3269)...................................................     160,000

 577   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,854
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,327

 578   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           22,528
        FROM OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,896

 578A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
        NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,800,000

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 578A, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following projects:

     Sunrise Senior, Veteran and Children's Educational and
       Wellness Center (HB 2891)(Senate Form 1644).............     300,000
     K9s for Warriors Center for Operations and Training (HB
       9049)(Senate Form 1538).................................   2,500,000
     Victory Village Senior Living Community (Senate Form 2637)   1,000,000

TOTAL: VETERANS' BENEFITS AND ASSISTANCE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       15,120,838
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,528,637

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      115.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        18,649,475

VETERANS EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES

 579   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       FLORIDA IS FOR VETERANS, INC.-OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          400,000


 580   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - VETERANS EMPLOYMENT AND
        TRAINING SERVICES PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,000,000

   The  nonrecurring  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation 580, are
   provided  for  the  Veterans  Employment  and  Training  Services (VETS)
   Program pursuant to sections 295.21 and 295.22, Florida Statutes.

TOTAL: VETERANS EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        2,400,000

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         2,400,000

TOTAL: VETERANS' AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       71,516,829
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       100,917,394

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,482.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       172,434,223
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .       59,352,995

TOTAL OF SECTION 3

       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .   14,658,413,869

       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                    34,251,133,002

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .   31,191.26

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                    48,909,546,871

SECTION 4 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CORRECTIONS
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

SECTION 4 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CORRECTIONS

   The moneys contained herein are appropriated from the named funds to the
   Department   of   Corrections,  Justice  Administration,  Department  of
   Juvenile  Justice,  Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Department of
   Legal  Affairs/Attorney  General,  and  Florida  Commission  on Offender
   Review  as the amounts to be used to pay the salaries, other operational
   expenditures, and fixed capital outlay of the named agencies.

CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  581  through  731,  the
   Department  of Corrections shall, before closing, substantially reducing
   the   use  of,  or  changing  the  purpose  of  any  state  correctional
   institution  as  defined in section 944.02, Florida Statutes, submit its
   proposal to the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget, the chair of the
   Senate   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  chair  of  the  House  of
   Representatives Appropriations Committee for review.

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  581  through  731,  the
   Department of Corrections may work within its existing budget, including
   applicable  grants,  to  implement  any  corrective  action plan that is
   developed  as  a result of a Prison Rape Elimination Act audit conducted
   in   accordance  with  Title  28,  Part  115  of  the  Code  of  Federal
   Regulations.  The  department  may request additional resources required
   through  the  Legislative  Budget  Request process as defined in chapter
   216, Florida Statutes.

   Funds  in Specific Appropriations 581 through 731 may not be used to pay
   for  unoccupied  space  currently  being  leased  by  the  Department of
   Corrections in the event the leases are vacant on or after July 1, 2022,
   and  for which it has been determined by the Secretary of the department
   that there is no longer a need.

PROGRAM: DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         25,255,594

 581   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      494.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       27,004,386
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,620,093
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                            82,103

 582   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           35,110
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           276,740

 583   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,388,645
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           500,000
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                         1,313,200

 584   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       FLORIDA FOUNDATION FOR CORRECTIONAL
        EXCELLENCE, INC. - OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          750,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  584  are  provided  for  the Florida
   Foundation  for  Correctional Excellence direct-support organization, as
   authorized in section 944.802, Florida Statutes.

 585   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,227
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            30,160
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                            20,000

 586   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,675


 587   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,565,016

 588   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          565,307

 589   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           525,394

 590   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           38,535

 591   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,622,040
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            46,312
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            95,511

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       37,991,941
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,509,513

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      494.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        42,501,454

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          8,962,189

 592   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      179.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,167,910
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           431,721

 593   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           16,895

 594   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,308,735
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,484,511
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           472,761

 595   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          967,720

 596   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,414,397
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           121,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           176,857

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  596,  $10,151,874  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Corrections  to competitively procure deliverables-based
   contracted   services   for   the  replacement  of  the  Offender  Based
   Information  System.   Of these funds, $8,151,874 is provided for system
   modernization, and up to $2,000,000 is provided to competitively procure
   a  private  sector  provider  with  experience in conducting independent
   verification and validation (IV&V) services of public sector information
   technology  projects  to  provide  IV&V  services for all department and
   vendor staff working to modernize the system. Of these funds, $9,001,874
   shall  be  held  in  reserve.  The  department  is  authorized to submit
   quarterly  budget  amendments requesting release of these funds pursuant
   to  the  provisions  of  chapter 216, Florida Statutes, and based on the
   department's planned quarterly expenditures.  Release is contingent upon
   the  procurement  of  the  IV&V  vendor  and  the approval of a detailed
   operational  work  plan  and monthly spend plan that identifies all work
   activities  and  costs  budgeted for Fiscal Year 2022-2023. IV&V reports

   shall  include  technical  reviews  of project deliverables submitted or
   accepted within the reporting period and assessments of the department's
   project  management and governance. The department shall provide monthly
   project  status reports to the Executive Office of the Governor's Office
   of  Policy and Budget, the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee,
   the  chair of the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee, and
   the  Florida  Digital  Service. Each status report must include progress
   made  to  date  for each project milestone, deliverable, and task order,
   planned  and actual completion dates, planned and actual costs incurred,
   and any current project issues and risks.

 597   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           59,791

 598   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEFERRED-PAYMENT COMMODITY CONTRACTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           45,329

 599   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,270

 600   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              925

 602   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,691,003
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           133,744
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            22,524

TOTAL: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       39,673,975
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,843,118

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      179.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        43,517,093

PROGRAM: SECURITY AND INSTITUTIONAL OPERATIONS

   From the funds provided in Specific Appropriations 603 through 666, each
   correctional  facility  warden,  in conjunction with the Chief Financial
   Officer  of  the Department of Corrections, shall submit a report on the
   allocation  of  human  resources  and  associated budget by correctional
   facility  to  the  chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee and the
   chair  of  the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee by July
   30th  of  each  year.  At  a  minimum,  each  correctional facility must
   identify  the number of authorized positions, delineating between filled
   and vacant, the projected number of employee hours needed to fulfill the
   operations  of  each  facility, specifically denoting projected overtime
   hours,  the  methodology  utilized  to  assign overtime in a uniform and
   equitable  manner,  and  recruitment  efforts  and  challenges including
   turnover  rates.  The  department  shall  submit  a comparison of actual
   utilization  to projected estimates. The Inspector General shall certify
   that he or she has reviewed the information contained in each report and
   has verified its accuracy.

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  603  through  666,  the
   Department of Corrections shall prepare a report detailing the amount of
   overtime expended per facility; the number of positions in overlap, with
   justification  for  each overlapped position; and identify the number of
   unfunded positions that may be eliminated. The report shall be submitted
   to the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee and the chair of the
   House of Representatives Appropriations Committee by January 6, 2023.

   From  the  recurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund provided in
   Specific  Appropriations  614,  627  and  639,  a total of $1,217,262 is
   provided  as  payment in lieu of ad valorem taxation for distribution to
   local government taxing authorities. Funding is provided as follows:

     Bay Correctional Facility.................................     269,324
     Moore Haven Correctional Facility.........................     339,242

     South Bay Correctional Facility...........................     275,560
     Gadsden Correctional Facility.............................     100,000
     Lake City Correctional Facility...........................      90,236
     Sago Palm Facility........................................     142,900

   From  the  recurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund provided in
   Specific  Appropriations  614,  627  and  639,  a  total  of $150,000 is
   provided   to  the  Bureau  of  Private  Prison  Monitoring  within  the
   Department  of  Management Services to pay for subject matter experts to
   conduct medical and mental health site visits of the medical departments
   of  private  prisons  and  perform  quality  management audits no longer
   performed  by  the  Department  of  Corrections.  Funding is provided as
   follows:

     Adult Male Custody Operations.............................     109,350
     Adult and Youthful Offender Female Custody Operations.....      22,800
     Male Youthful Offender Custody Operations.................      17,850

   From the funds in Specific Appropriations 614, 627, and 639, $19,931,501
   in  recurring  funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   sole  purpose of raising salaries for correctional officers in privately
   operated  facilities  commensurate  with  the salary increases for state
   correctional officers as follows:

     Bay Correctional Facility.................................   2,824,788
     Blackwater Correctional Facility..........................   1,679,405
     Gadsden Correctional Facility.............................   3,909,150
     Graceville Correctional Facility..........................   4,010,433
     Lake City Correctional Facility...........................   4,500,000
     Moore Haven Correctional Facility.........................   1,036,518
     South Bay Correctional Facility...........................   1,971,207

   These  funds  shall be placed in reserve. To receive funds, a contracted
   vendor  must  amend  its  contract  with  the  Department  of Management
   Services. The contract amendment must require the vendor to agree to use
   funds  solely  for  correctional  officer salary increases. The contract
   amendment  shall  include  an attestation under penalty of perjury under
   section  837.012, Florida Statutes, stating the funds shall only be used
   for  correctional  officer  salaries. By July 1, 2022, the Department of
   Management Services shall submit the revised contracts to the Department
   of Corrections, the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget, the chair of
   the  Senate  Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  chair of the House of
   Representatives  Appropriations Committee. The Department of Corrections
   is  authorized  to  submit  a budget amendment to request release of the
   funds  being  held in reserve pursuant to the provisions of chapter 216,
   Florida Statutes, contingent upon receipt of the revised contracts.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriations 603, 605, 613, and 616, the
   department  may  continue  to convert correctional officers from 12 hour
   shifts to 8.5 hour shifts at state operated correctional facilities.

ADULT MALE CUSTODY OPERATIONS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE        434,330,739

 603   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    8,108.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      609,796,502
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           189,638

   From  the  funds  and  positions provided in Specific Appropriation 603,
   the  Department  of  Corrections  may  utilize  14  existing  authorized
   positions, 640,640 in existing salary rate, and $1,058,931 from existing
   general  revenue  funds  to  place  dedicated  officers  at  major state
   operated  correctional  institutions  to  perform  security threat group
   research and analysis.

 604   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,263,204

 605   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,520,019
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           216,765
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           372,525

 606   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,278,666

        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            47,205
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           250,000

 607   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       48,982,675

 608   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,165,849
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           249,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           250,000

 609   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FOOD SERVICE AND PRODUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,196,592

 610   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OVERTIME
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,435,600

 611   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO GENERAL REVENUE FUND
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         6,800,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  611 are from reimbursements from the
   United  States Government for incarcerating aliens in Florida's prisons.
   If total reimbursements exceed $6,800,000, the Department of Corrections
   shall  submit  a  budget  amendment  in  accordance  with all applicable
   provisions  of  chapter  216,  Florida  Statutes,  requesting additional
   budget authority to transfer the balance of funds to the General Revenue
   Fund.

 612   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,193,965
        FROM SALE OF GOODS AND SERVICES
         CLEARING TRUST FUND . . . . . . . .                         1,221,505

 613   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,346,898

 614   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRIVATE PRISON OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      147,050,849
        FROM PRIVATELY OPERATED
         INSTITUTIONS INMATE WELFARE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,714,516

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  614,  $13,992,287  in
   recurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is provided for the
   private  prison  facilities  per  diem  increases  associated  with  the
   contract  re-bids  at Bay, Blackwater River, Moore Haven, South Bay, and
   Graceville Correctional Facilities.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  614,  $2,413,930  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Privately  Operated  Institutions Inmate
   Welfare  Trust Fund is provided to the Florida Department of Corrections
   for  the  provision  of  enhanced  in-prison and post-release recidivism
   reduction  programs  at  the Moore Haven, South Bay and Blackwater River
   correctional  facilities  based on the "Continuum of Care Program" which
   is  currently provided to individuals at and who are released from those
   facilities. With these recidivism reduction programs in place, the above
   referenced  facilities shall be known as Correctional and Rehabilitation
   Facilities (HB 4885) (Senate Form 2046).

 615   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          564,610

 616   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          414,675


TOTAL: ADULT MALE CUSTODY OPERATIONS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      886,210,104
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        13,311,154

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    8,108.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       899,521,258

ADULT AND YOUTHFUL OFFENDER FEMALE CUSTODY
OPERATIONS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         41,386,948

 617   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      823.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       52,648,304

 618   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          337,740

 619   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,823,011

 620   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,000

 621   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,407,900

 622   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          399,752

 623   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FOOD SERVICE AND PRODUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          154,732

 624   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OVERTIME
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,333,257
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,497

 625   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,495,273

 626   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          345,371

 627   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRIVATE PRISON OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       25,444,150
        FROM PRIVATELY OPERATED
         INSTITUTIONS INMATE WELFARE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           597,359

 628   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           66,988

 629   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,658

TOTAL: ADULT AND YOUTHFUL OFFENDER FEMALE CUSTODY
       OPERATIONS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       91,464,136
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           603,856

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      823.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        92,067,992


MALE YOUTHFUL OFFENDER CUSTODY OPERATIONS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         15,356,131

 630   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      301.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       19,589,487
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            13,698

 631   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           48,865

 632   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          175,634
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             5,511

 633   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,185

 634   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,057,432

 635   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          120,696

 636   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FOOD SERVICE AND PRODUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,596

 637   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,641,719

 638   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          160,700

 639   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRIVATE PRISON OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       24,216,164
        FROM PRIVATELY OPERATED
         INSTITUTIONS INMATE WELFARE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           195,403

 640   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           42,259

 641   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,457
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                               660

TOTAL: MALE YOUTHFUL OFFENDER CUSTODY OPERATIONS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       48,127,194
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           215,272

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      301.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        48,342,466

SPECIALTY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION OPERATIONS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE        340,934,804

 642   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    8,084.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      479,805,832
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             3,140

   From  the  funds  and  positions provided in Specific Appropriation 642,
   the  Department  of  Corrections  may  utilize  33  existing  authorized
   positions, 1,372,800 in existing salary rate, and $2,312,727 in existing
   general  revenue  funds  to  establish  death-row  movement correctional
   officer   positions   at   Florida   State  Prison,  Union  Correctional
   Institution, and Lowell Correctional Institution.


 643   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          738,475

 644   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,495,555

 645   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,000

 646   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       32,835,385

 647   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          672,670

 648   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FOOD SERVICE AND PRODUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,072,824

 649   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OVERTIME
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,015,927

 650   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       19,986,839

 651   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,294,789

 652   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          493,810

 653   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          189,559

TOTAL: SPECIALTY CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION OPERATIONS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      578,621,665
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                             3,140

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    8,084.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       578,624,805

PUBLIC SERVICE WORKSQUADS AND WORK RELEASE
TRANSITION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         47,953,138

 654   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      929.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,645,036
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        27,926,874

   The  general  revenue  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 654 are
   provided   to  the  Department  of  Corrections  to  ensure  all  public
   worksquads  currently  funded with general revenue funds are maintained.
   The  department  shall,  before  eliminating  any general revenue funded
   public   worksquad   officer  positions,  submit  its  proposal  to  the
   Governor's  Office  of  Policy  and  Budget,  the  chair  of  the Senate
   Appropriations  Committee, and the chair of the House of Representatives
   Appropriations Committee for review and approval.

 655   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          426,281
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           514,620

 656   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,000

        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            37,707

 657   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          466,353
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           233,548

 658   LUMP SUM
       CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAMS
                                   POSITIONS        5.00
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           420,151

   Funds  and  positions  provided  in Specific Appropriation 658, from the
   Correctional  Work  Program  Trust  Fund,  are  provided for interagency
   contracted services funded by state agencies or local governments. These
   positions  and  funds  shall  be  released  as  needed upon execution of
   interagency community service work squad contracts.

 659   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       23,621,497
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           230,785

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific Appropriation 659, no privately
   operated  work  release  center  may  house more than 200 inmates at any
   given  time.  In addition, each facility with 100 or more inmates in its
   work  release  program  must  have  at  least one certified correctional
   officer  on  premises  at  all  times.  A  person  who  was  a certified
   correctional  officer  at  the  time  of separating or retiring from the
   Department  of  Corrections  in  good  standing  is  considered  to be a
   certified  correctional  officer  for  this  purpose  unless  his or her
   certification has been revoked for misconduct.

 660   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FOOD SERVICE AND PRODUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           38,618
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            36,638

 661   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OVERTIME
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,636,446

 662   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,348,038

 663   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          224,680
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           148,620

 664   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ELECTRONIC MONITORING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,754,883

 665   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,002
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,537

 666   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,040
        FROM CORRECTIONAL WORK PROGRAM
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,856


TOTAL: PUBLIC SERVICE WORKSQUADS AND WORK RELEASE
       TRANSITION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       65,191,874
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        29,563,336

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      934.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        94,755,210

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         21,687,791

 667   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      481.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       37,538,127

 668   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          923,733

 669   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,664,371
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           127,505

 670   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          203,220

 670A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          185,086

 671   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,761,951

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 671, $1,000,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided to continue the victim
   notification system (VINE).

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 671, $1,000,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided  to  continue the
   automated staffing, time management and scheduling system.

 672   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          177,488

 673   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           46,886

 674   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           30,398

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       49,531,260
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           127,505

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      481.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        49,658,765

CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         20,743,091

 675   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      540.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       33,874,455

 676   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       81,041,997

 677   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          289,061


 678   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES - LEASE PURCHASE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       50,960,426

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  678  are  provided  for  payments
   required  under  the  master lease purchase agreement used to secure the
   certificates  of  participation  issued  to  finance  or  refinance  the
   following correctional facilities:

     Bay Correctional Facility.................................     824,650
     Moore Haven Correctional Facility (Glades County).........   1,070,838
     South Bay Correctional Facility (Palm Beach County).......   1,540,025
     Graceville Correctional Facility (Jackson County).........   6,566,588
     Blackwater River Correctional Facility (Santa Rosa County)   8,548,375
     Gadsden Correctional Facility.............................   1,317,025
     Lake City Correctional Facility (Columbia County).........   1,308,150
     Lake Correctional Institution Mental Health Facility
       (Lake County)...........................................   9,235,025
     Other Department of Corrections facilities................  20,549,750

   Mayo  Annex (Lafayette County), Suwannee Annex (Suwannee County), Lowell
   Reception   Center   (Marion  County),  Lancaster  Secure  Housing  Unit
   (Gilchrist  County),  Liberty  Work Camp (Liberty County), Franklin Work
   Camp  (Franklin County), Cross City Work Camp (Dixie County), Okeechobee
   Work  Camp  (Okeechobee  County), New River Work Camp (Bradford County),
   Santa  Rosa Work Camp (Santa Rosa County), Hollywood Work Release Center
   (Broward  County),  Kissimmee Work Release Center (Osceola County), Lake
   City Work Release Center (Columbia County), Santa Fe Work Release Center
   (Alachua  County),  Everglades  Re-Entry  Center  (Dade  County),  Baker
   Re-Entry  Center (Baker County), and Pat Thomas Re-Entry Center (Gadsden
   County).

   The   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  678  reflect  a  reduction  of
   $2,090,651 based on savings realized from bond refinancing.

 679   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MAJOR REPAIRS, RENOVATIONS AND
        IMPROVEMENTS TO MAJOR INSTITUTIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,850,669

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  679 are provided to address the most
   critical  maintenance and repair needs and improvements at Department of
   Corrections' facilities statewide.

 679A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PLANNING AND DESIGN - CORRECTIONAL
        FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,000,000

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  679A,  $10,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for
   architectural  and  engineering  professional  services  to  assist  the
   department  with  the  development of a design proposal and construction
   plan for a correctional institution and correctional hospital unit.  The
   department  is authorized to submit budget amendments to request release
   of  the  funds  pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  chapter  216, Florida
   Statutes.

 680   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,939,726

 681   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,984,258

 682   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEFERRED-PAYMENT COMMODITY CONTRACTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,198,894

 683   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           72,700


 684   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           11,963

 684A  QUALIFIED EXPENDITURE CATEGORY
       CORRECTIONAL FACILITY CONSTRUCTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      840,000,000

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  684A,  $645,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   construction  of one 4,500-bed correctional institution. The funds shall
   be  placed  in  reserve.  The  funds  may  be used for architectural and
   engineering  professional  services,  land  purchase,  site preparation,
   construction,  and  construction  management.  The department shall seek
   available  state  or  local  land  for  construction  of  the  facility,
   including  existing  prison  sites.  In  the event that state or locally
   owned  land  is  not  available, funds may be used for purchase of land.
   Contingent   upon  the  submission  and  Legislative  Budget  Commission
   approval  of  the  design proposal and construction plan, the department
   may  submit  a budget amendment requesting release of the funds pursuant
   to  the  provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Upon initiation of
   any  activities  relating  to correctional institution construction, the
   department  shall  submit  quarterly  status  reports  to the Governor's
   Office  of  Policy  and  Budget,  the chair of the Senate Appropriations
   Committee,  and the chair of the House of Representatives Appropriations
   Committee on the status of construction activity.

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  684A,  $195,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   construction  of one 250-bed hospital unit. The funds shall be placed in
   reserve. The department shall develop a design proposal and construction
   plan  for  one facility which meets the anticipated medical needs of the
   prison  population,  particularly  the  needs  of  elderly  inmates. The
   department   shall   submit   the  plan  to  the  chair  of  the  Senate
   Appropriations  Committee  and the chair of the House of Representatives
   Appropriations   Committee   by  January  6,  2023.  The  department  is
   authorized  to submit a budget amendment to request release of the funds
   pursuant  to the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes, contingent
   upon  receipt  of  the  design  and  plan. Any funds remaining from this
   specific   appropriation  may  be  used  to  renovate  existing  medical
   facilities.

TOTAL: CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    1,043,224,149

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      540.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,043,224,149

PROGRAM: COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

COMMUNITY SUPERVISION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE        134,923,230

 685   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    2,793.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      200,482,634
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           143,712

 686   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           65,245

 687   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,717,529

 688   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,941

 689   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,060,274

 690   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       BUILDING/OFFICE RENT PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,211,272


   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  690  are  provided  to continue rent
   payments  for individual private contracts for rental of office/building
   space  at  a  rate not to exceed the rate for each contract in effect on
   June  30,  2022.  Price level increases specifically appropriated may be
   used  for rent payments for Department of Corrections' private leases in
   the  2022-2023  fiscal year. No other funds are appropriated or shall be
   transferred by the department for such increases.

 691   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,240,324

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   691,   $900,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided for Home
   Builders  Institute  (HBI)  Building  Careers  for  Inmates  & Returning
   Citizens (HB 2405) (Senate Form 1260).

 692   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,805,103

 693   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          565,414

 694   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ELECTRONIC MONITORING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,639,891

 695   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          250,104

TOTAL: COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      243,044,731
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           143,712

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    2,793.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       243,188,443

PROGRAM: HEALTH SERVICES

INMATE HEALTH SERVICES

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  703  through  705,  the
   Department  of Corrections is authorized to transfer funds to the Agency
   for Health Care Administration from the General Revenue Fund to purchase
   prescription   drugs   pursuant   to  the  parameters  of  the  Canadian
   Prescription   Drug   Importation  Program,  as  authorized  by  section
   381.02035,  Florida  Statutes,  for use in state programs as outlined in
   section 381.02035(3), Florida Statutes.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,787,355

 696   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      151.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,193,788
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           621,025

 697   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          367,297
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,380

 698   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,276,884
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            55,060

 699   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000

 700   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,367,212

 701   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          951,235


 702   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       INMATE HEALTH SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      421,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  702  are provided exclusively to pay
   for contracted statewide inmate health care services provided during the
   2022-2023 fiscal year.

 703   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TREATMENT OF INMATES - GENERAL DRUGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       38,480,847

 704   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TREATMENT OF INMATES - PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,818,876

 705   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TREATMENT OF INMATES - INFECTIOUS DISEASE
        DRUGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       84,923,167

 706   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,100

 707   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          257,924

TOTAL: INMATE HEALTH SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      567,152,330
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           677,465

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      151.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       567,829,795

PROGRAM: EDUCATION AND PROGRAMS

ADULT SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION, EVALUATION AND
TREATMENT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,454,778

 708   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       35.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,808,124
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           137,271

 709   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            15,731

 710   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           68,648
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            75,000

 711   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             5,000

 712   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACT DRUG ABUSE SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,863,682
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,200,000

 713   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,900


TOTAL: ADULT SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION, EVALUATION AND
       TREATMENT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       16,743,354
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,433,002

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       35.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        19,176,356

BASIC EDUCATION SKILLS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         19,101,390

 714   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      370.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       21,470,464
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,572,296

 715   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,299,721
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           370,761
        FROM STATE-OPERATED INSTITUTIONS
         INMATE WELFARE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           629,256

 716   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,914,186
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,200,000
        FROM STATE-OPERATED INSTITUTIONS
         INMATE WELFARE TRUST FUND . . . . .                         1,373,738

 717   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          100,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           200,000
        FROM STATE-OPERATED INSTITUTIONS
         INMATE WELFARE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           526,262

 719   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,585,096
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,000,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 719, $750,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided for an online career
   education  program. The department may contract with the Florida Virtual
   School   or  similar  provider  for  this  purpose.  The  Department  of
   Corrections shall provide a report regarding the progress of the inmates
   in  the  online  career  education  program  to  the chair of the Senate
   Appropriations  Committee  and the chair of the House of Representatives
   Appropriations Committee by January 6, 2023.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 719, $1,000,000 in recurring
   funds  from the General Revenue Fund is provided to CareerSource Florida
   for  the  development  and implementation of a vocational curriculum for
   inmates in the Florida Correctional System.

 720   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          119,585

 721   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,888

 722   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,776
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                               877


TOTAL: BASIC EDUCATION SKILLS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       35,537,716
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         7,873,190

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      370.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        43,410,906

ADULT OFFENDER TRANSITION, REHABILITATION AND
SUPPORT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,463,624

 723   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       86.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,834,965
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           227,392

 724   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,345,586

 725   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          372,770

 726   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,300,692

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 726, by January 6, 2023, all
   re-entry   programs  must  provide  the  following  information  to  the
   Department   of  Corrections:  the  population  served  by  the  program
   including  information relating to the criminal history, age, employment
   history, and education level of inmates served; the services provided to
   inmates  as  part  of  the program; the cost per inmate to provide those
   services;  any  available  recidivism  rates;  and any matching funds or
   in-kind  contributions  provided  to  the  program. The department shall
   compile  this information and submit a report to the chair of the Senate
   Appropriations  Committee  and the chair of the House of Representatives
   Appropriations Committee by February 1, 2023.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 726, $1,225,000 in recurring
   funds and $3,000,000 in nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund
   are  provided  for  Operation New Hope's re-entry initiatives (recurring
   base  appropriations  project) (HB 2739) (Senate Form 1570). Through its
   pre-release  program  (Ready4Release)  Operation  New  Hope will provide
   pre-release  case  management,  transition planning, career development,
   and referrals for incarcerated inmates at any Department of Corrections'
   facility  that  is within 12 months of release. Through its post-release
   program  (Ready4Work),  Operation  New  Hope  will  provide post-release
   services  including  case  management,  career  development, life skills
   training,   job   skills   training,   family  reunification,  financial
   assistance,  and  job  placement assistance to ex-offenders on community
   supervision,  or  ex-offenders  that have served time at a Department of
   Corrections'  facility,  or  participants of any State Attorney's Office
   Diversion  or  Pretrial Intervention Programs, or adult ex-offenders who
   served time in a Department of Juvenile Justice facility. The Ready4Work
   Program  may  provide  post-release  service  to any ex-offender that is
   within  travel  distance to the Ready4Work location. Through its virtual
   post-release  program  (Ready4Success),  Operation New Hope will provide
   services  to  ex-offenders  using  a virtual (telecommunications, email,
   online  software  and  video conferencing) platform for ex-offenders not
   able  to  attend  in-person  training. Funds used for the administrative
   services  will  be 18 percent of the total funds appropriated. Funds may
   be  used  for startup activities for opening of new Ready4Work locations
   in   Florida   but  may  not  exceed  25  percent  of  the  total  funds
   appropriated.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 726, $1,000,000 in recurring
   funds  and  $450,000 in nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund
   are provided for the Ready4Work-Hillsborough re-entry program (recurring
   base  appropriations  project)  (HB  2229)  (Senate  Form  1929),  which
   replicates the Operation New Hope Ready4Work program. Funds used for the
   administrative services shall be 15 percent of total funds appropriated.
   Ready4Work-Hillsborough  will  provide  pre-release  risk  assessment, a
   plan-of-care,  career  development,  life skills training, and referrals
   for  incarcerated  inmates  who  may be eligible for Ready4Work re-entry
   program services upon release. Ready4Work-Hillsborough will also provide
   post-release  services  including  case  management, career development,

   life  skills  training,  job skills training, life-coaching (mentoring),
   family  reunification,  and  job  placement  assistance  to offenders on
   community  supervision.  Ready4Work-Hillsborough  may  also provide such
   post-release  services  to  formerly  incarcerated persons who have been
   released  from  a Department of Corrections' facility no more than three
   years  before  entry  into the Ready4Work-Hillsborough re-entry program.
   Eligibility  for  participation  in the Ready4Work-Hillsborough re-entry
   program  is  limited to inmates, offenders on community supervision, and
   recently  released  ex-inmates  who  are  transitioning  back  into  the
   communities  and  workforce  of  Hillsborough,  Pinellas, Pasco, or Polk
   counties.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 726, $200,000 in recurring
   funds and $1,461,176 in nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund
   may be used to expand Horizon volunteer faith and character peer-to-peer
   program  activities  at Wakulla Correctional Institution and up to seven
   additional  male  or  female prisons, including Computer Lab, Quest, and
   Realizing  Educational  Emotional  and Finance Smarts (REEFS) transition
   programs  (recurring base appropriations project) (HB 4737) (Senate Form
   1700).

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  726,  $2,321,735  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   following appropriations projects:

     Brevard Reentry Portal (HB 2089) (Senate Form 1339).......     750,000
     Malachi Dads and Hannah's Gift - Parenting Programs
       (Senate Form 2685)......................................     170,000
     Operation New Life (HB 4337) (Senate Form 1489)...........     200,000
     Re-entry Alliance Pensacola, Inc. Re-entry Portal (HB
       3803) (Senate Form 2048)................................     300,000
     Re-Entry Alliance Pensacola (REAP)- Santa Rosa Re-Entry
       (HB 4887) (Senate Form 2203)............................     100,000
     RESTORE Reentry Program (HB 2381) (Senate Form 1405)......     375,000
     Second Chance Program - 19th Judicial Circuit (HB 3591)
       (Senate Form 2198)......................................     346,735
     The Red Tent Women's Initiative, Inc. (HB 9439) (Senate
       Form 1161)..............................................      80,000

 727   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,544

 728   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,155

TOTAL: ADULT OFFENDER TRANSITION, REHABILITATION AND
       SUPPORT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       16,876,712
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           227,392

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       86.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        17,104,104

COMMUNITY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION, EVALUATION,
AND TREATMENT SERVICES

   From   the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  729  through  731,  the
   Department of Corrections may contract with Florida's managing entities,
   as  authorized  by section 394.9082, Florida Statutes, for the statewide
   management  of behavioral health treatment for offenders under community
   supervision.  The  entities  shall  work  with the department to develop
   service   delivery   strategies  that  will  improve  the  coordination,
   integration, and management of behavioral health services to offenders.

 729   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          300,000

 730   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,940,762

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 730, $500,000 in recurring
   funds   from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided  for  naltrexone

   extended-release  injectable  medication  to  treat  alcohol  and opioid
   dependence   within   the  Department  of  Corrections  (recurring  base
   appropriations project).

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   730,   $447,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to WestCare
   Gulf  Coast-Florida,  Inc.  for the Davis-Bradley Mental Health Overlay:
   Integrated  Behavioral  Health Treatment for Offenders (HB 2353) (Senate
   Form 2324).

 731   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED DRUG
        TREATMENT/REHABILITATION PROGRAMS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       21,750,861
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           400,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 731, $600,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund is provided for Cove Behavioral
   Health in Hillsborough County (recurring base appropriations project).

TOTAL: COMMUNITY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION, EVALUATION,
       AND TREATMENT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       25,991,623
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           400,000

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        26,391,623

TOTAL: CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    3,745,382,764
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        63,931,655

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .   23,380.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     3,809,314,419
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .    1,123,340,802

FLORIDA COMMISSION ON OFFENDER REVIEW

PROGRAM: POST-INCARCERATION ENFORCEMENT AND
VICTIMS RIGHTS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,822,904

 732   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      146.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,752,090
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            64,187

 733   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          405,453
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            47,110

 734   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          853,102
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            12,863

 735   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           16,771

 736   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          393,606

 737   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           84,799

 738   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           25,000

 739   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           48,145


 740   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       OTHER DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          596,714

TOTAL: PROGRAM: POST-INCARCERATION ENFORCEMENT AND
       VICTIMS RIGHTS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       12,175,680
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           124,160

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      146.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        12,299,840

TOTAL: FLORIDA COMMISSION ON OFFENDER REVIEW
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       12,175,680
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           124,160

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      146.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        12,299,840
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .        6,822,904

JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION

   From  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriations 741, 751, 752, 761,
   1077,  1079,  1080,  1081,  and 1083, 3 positions with associated salary
   rate,  $2,392,216  in  recurring funds and $10,877 in nonrecurring funds
   from the General Revenue Fund are provided to the Justice Administrative
   Commission  and  the  Office  of  Criminal  Conflict  and Civil Regional
   Counsel  of  the  First  Region (Region 1 OCCCRC) for implementation and
   administration of a Child Representation Pilot Program ("program") which
   is  established  to provide quality court-appointed counsel to represent
   children who are:

   - Placed in the custody of the Department of Children and Families on or
   after January 1, 2023;
   -  The  subject  of  a  shelter,  dependency, or termination of parental
   rights proceeding in Broward or Palm Beach counties; and
   -  Not  eligible  to  be  represented by counsel through an organization
   under   another   program  or  otherwise  not  represented  by  counsel,
   including, but not limited to, privately retained or pro bono counsel.

   The  order  of  appointment  must state that the program is appointed to
   represent  the  child and the types of proceedings for which the program
   is  appointed  to  represent  the child. The program may be appointed to
   represent a child only in a shelter proceeding, a dependency proceeding,
   a termination of parental rights proceeding, fair hearings, or appellate
   proceedings that stem from such proceedings.

   The  Program  Director and one position shall be administratively housed
   within  the  budget  entity  of the Region 1 OCCCRC. The Region 1 OCCCRC
   shall   hire  an  independent  Program  Director,  who  meets  the  same
   qualifications  as  required for the Executive Director of the Statewide
   Guardian   ad   Litem  Program,  to  be  responsible  for  the  control,
   supervision,  and  direction  of the program. The Program Director shall
   hire  one  position  to  support  program  implementation.  The  Justice
   Administrative Commission shall hire and house the remaining position to
   support billing and auditing workload associated with the program.

   To  the  extent  possible,  the Region 1 OCCCRC may enter into contracts
   with local nonprofit organizations in Broward and Palm Beach counties to
   serve  as counsel on behalf of the program. If Region 1 OCCCRC is unable
   to  contract  with  local  nonprofit organizations or in cases involving
   conflicts  of interest, private counsel shall be appointed by the court,
   and  compensated  pursuant  to  section  27.5304, Florida Statutes. Such
   private  counsel  are  subject to oversight and are responsible for data
   production as required by the program.

   By  October  1,  2023, and annually thereafter, the Region 1 OCCCRC must
   provide  a  status  report  on  the implementation of the program to the
   chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee and the chair of the House
   of Representatives Appropriations Committee.

PROGRAM: JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMISSION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,939,978


 741   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       93.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,076,656

 742   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           47,457

 742A  AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT/
        DISTRIBUTION TO CLERKS OF COURT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,250,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  742A,  $6,250,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Clerks of Court Pandemic Recovery Plan (Senate Form 1463).

 743   LUMP SUM
       RESERVE - STATE ATTORNEYS WITH REASSIGNED
        DEATH PENALTY CASES
                                   POSITIONS       10.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          599,860

   Funds   and   positions  in  Specific  Appropriation  743  are  provided
   for a state  attorney  to  prosecute a capital felony case that has been
   reassigned to that state attorney's office. A state attorney must submit
   a  budget  amendment,  in accordance with the provisions of chapter 216,
   Florida  Statutes, to request the allocation of positions and funds from
   the  lump  sum  appropriation category. A state attorney may continue to
   use  positions   and  funds  allocated  from  the lump sum appropriation
   category  until such time that the state attorney ceases the prosecution
   of  the  reassigned   capital  felony  case.  If  funds in this specific
   appropriation  are   unobligated  in  the  last quarter of the 2022-2023
   fiscal year, the State Attorney in the Ninth Judicial Circuit may submit
   a   budget   amendment   to   request  the  transfer  of  the  remaining
   appropriation on a nonrecurring basis.

 744   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - FOSTER CARE CITIZEN
        REVIEW PANEL
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          342,160
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           300,000

 745   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SEXUAL PREDATOR CIVIL COMMITMENT
        LITIGATION COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,250,000

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  745  are  provided  for  attorney
   fees  and   case-related   expenses   associated   with  prosecuting and
   defending  sexual   predator   civil   commitment   cases.  Case-related
   expenses are limited to expert witness fees, clinical evaluations, court
   reporter costs, and foreign language interpreters. The maximum amount to
   be paid by the Justice Administrative Commission for medical experts for
   sexual  predator civil commitment cases is $200 per hour and all related
   travel costs must be apportioned to the associated case.

 745A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ACCOUNTING INFORMATION RESOURCE
        (FLAIR) SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          175,072

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 745A are provided for the planning and
   remediation  tasks  necessary  to integrate agency applications with the
   new  Florida  Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) system.
   The funds shall be placed in reserve. The agency is authorized to submit
   budget  amendments  requesting  release  of  these funds pursuant to the
   provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent upon
   the  approval  of  a  detailed operational work plan and a monthly spend
   plan that identifies all project work and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.  The  agency shall submit quarterly project status reports to
   the  Executive  Office  of the Governor's Office of Policy & Budget, the
   chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the chair of the House of
   Representatives   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  Florida  Digital
   Service.  Each status report must include progress made to date for each
   project  milestone,  deliverable,  and  task  order,  planned and actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current

   project issues and risks.

 746   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENDITURES RELATED TO
        CIRCUIT AND COUNTY JURIES REQUIRED BY
        STATUTE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,700,000

 747   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEGAL REPRESENTATION FOR DEPENDENT
        CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,115,500
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,201,500

   Funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   747   shall   be   used  by  the
   Justice  Administrative   Commission   to  contract  with  attorneys  to
   represent  dependent   children   with   disabilities   in,   or   being
   considered    for  placement   in,   skilled   nursing   facilities  and
   dependent  children  with  certain    special   needs  as  specified  in
   section  39.01305,  Florida Statutes.  The implementation of registries,
   as  well  as  the  appointment  and   compensation  of private attorneys
   appointed  pursuant  to  section  39.01305,  Florida Statutes, shall  be
   governed   by  the  provisions  of sections  27.40  and 27.5304, Florida
   Statutes.  The  flat fee amount for compensation shall not exceed $1,000
   per   child   per  year.  No  other appropriation  shall be  used to pay
   attorney fees and related expenses for  attorneys representing dependent
   children   with  disabilities  and  appointments under section 39.01305,
   Florida Statutes.

 748   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PAYMENTS FOR QUALIFIED TRANSPORTATION
        BENEFITS PROGRAM
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           703,136

 749   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER DUE PROCESS COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,263,034

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  749  are  provided  for  the  Public
   Defenders'  due  process  costs  as specified in section 29.006, Florida
   Statutes.  Funds shall initially be credited for the use of each circuit
   in  the  amounts  listed  below  and  may  be  adjusted  pursuant to the
   provisions of section 29.015, Florida Statutes.

     1st Judicial Circuit......................................     894,043
     2nd Judicial Circuit......................................     713,100
     3rd Judicial Circuit......................................     160,275
     4th Judicial Circuit......................................   1,382,949
     5th Judicial Circuit......................................     946,386
     6th Judicial Circuit......................................   1,291,430
     7th Judicial Circuit......................................     733,859
     8th Judicial Circuit......................................     520,205
     9th Judicial Circuit......................................   1,249,858
     10th Judicial Circuit.....................................     822,366
     11th Judicial Circuit.....................................   3,603,927
     12th Judicial Circuit.....................................     703,275
     13th Judicial Circuit.....................................   2,052,641
     14th Judicial Circuit.....................................     356,816
     15th Judicial Circuit.....................................     909,094
     16th Judicial Circuit.....................................     124,680
     17th Judicial Circuit.....................................   1,492,634
     18th Judicial Circuit.....................................     699,398
     19th Judicial Circuit.....................................     653,387
     20th Judicial Circuit.....................................     952,711

   From  the  funds credited for use in the following circuits, the amounts
   specified  below  shall be transferred in quarterly increments within 10
   days  after  the  beginning  of  each quarter to the Office of the State
   Courts  Administrator  on  behalf of the circuit courts operating shared
   court reporting or interpreter services:

     1st Judicial Circuit......................................     190,611
     2nd Judicial Circuit......................................     323,698
     3rd Judicial Circuit......................................      52,251
     6th Judicial Circuit......................................     103,493

     7th Judicial Circuit......................................      37,310
     8th Judicial Circuit......................................      83,798
     9th Judicial Circuit......................................     481,878
     10th Judicial Circuit.....................................      68,975
     11th Judicial Circuit.....................................     121,996
     12th Judicial Circuit.....................................     153,205
     13th Judicial Circuit.....................................     784,106
     14th Judicial Circuit.....................................     134,089
     15th Judicial Circuit.....................................      93,646
     16th Judicial Circuit.....................................      74,983
     17th Judicial Circuit.....................................      60,851

 750   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CHILD DEPENDENCY AND CIVIL CONFLICT CASE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,366,133
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,671,528

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  750  are  provided for case fees and
   expenses  of  court-appointed  counsel in civil conflict cases and child
   dependency cases.

   The maximum flat fee to be paid by the Justice Administrative Commission
   for attorney fees for the following dependency and civil cases is set as
   follows:

     ADMISSION OF INMATE TO MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY.............         300
     ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES ACT - Ch. 415, F.S..............         500
     BAKER ACT/MENTAL HEALTH - Ch. 394, F.S....................         400
     CINS/FINS - Ch. 984, F.S..................................         750
     CIVIL APPEALS.............................................         400
     DEPENDENCY - Up to 1 Year.................................         800
     DEPENDENCY - Each Year after 1st Year.....................         200
     DEPENDENCY - No Petition Filed or Dismissed at Shelter....         200
     DEPENDENCY APPEALS........................................       1,000
     DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ADULT - Ch. 393, F.S.............         400
     EMANCIPATION - Section 743.015, F.S.......................         400
     GUARDIANSHIP - EMERGENCY - Ch. 744, F.S...................         400
     GUARDIANSHIP - Ch. 744, F.S...............................         400
     MARCHMAN ACT/SUBSTANCE ABUSE - Ch. 397, F.S...............         300
     MEDICAL PROCEDURES - Section 394.459(3), F.S..............         400
     PARENTAL NOTIFICATION OF ABORTION ACT.....................         400
     TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS - Ch. 39, F.S. - Up to 1
       Year....................................................       1,000
     TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS - Ch. 39, F.S. - Each Year
       after 1st Year..........................................         200
     TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS - Ch. 63, F.S. - Up to 1
       Year....................................................       1,000
     TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS - Ch. 63, F.S. - Each Year
       after first Year........................................         200
     TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS APPEALS....................       2,000
     TUBERCULOSIS - Ch. 392, F.S...............................         300

 751   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          853,292
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            15,900

 752   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           24,687

 753   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       POST-CONVICTION CAPITAL COLLATERAL CASES -
        REGISTRY ATTORNEYS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,338,310

 754   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ATTORNEY PAYMENTS OVER FLAT FEE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,667,589

 755   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CRIMINAL CONFLICT CASE COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       35,009,413

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  755  are  provided  for case fees as

   specified   in  section  27.5304,  Florida  Statutes,  and  expenses  as
   specified  in  section  29.007,  Florida  Statutes,  of  court-appointed
   counsel  for  indigent criminal defendants and for due process costs for
   those individuals the court finds indigent for costs.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  755,  a total of $216,934
   shall  be  transferred  in quarterly increments within 10 days after the
   beginning   of   each   quarter  to  the  Office  of  the  State  Courts
   Administrator  on  behalf  of  the circuit courts operating shared court
   reporting and interpreter services.

   The maximum flat fee to be paid by the Justice Administrative Commission
   for attorney fees for criminal conflict cases is set as follows:

     POSTCONVICTION - Rules 3.850, 3.801 & 3.800, Fl.R.Crim.
       Proc....................................................       1,250
     CAPITAL - 1ST DEGREE MURDER (LEAD COUNSEL)................      25,000
     CAPITAL - 1ST DEGREE MURDER (CO-COUNSEL)..................      25,000
     CAPITAL - 1ST DEGREE MURDER (NON-DEATH)...................      15,000
     CAPITAL SEXUAL BATTERY....................................       4,000
     CAPITAL APPEALS...........................................       9,000
     CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS......................................         500
     CRIMINAL TRAFFIC..........................................         500
     EXTRADITION...............................................         625
     FELONY - LIFE.............................................       5,000
     FELONY - LIFE (RICO)......................................       9,000
     FELONY - NONCAPITAL MURDER................................      15,000
     FELONY - PUNISHABLE BY LIFE...............................       2,500
     FELONY - PUNISHABLE BY LIFE (RICO)........................       6,000
     FELONY 1ST DEGREE.........................................       1,875
     FELONY 1ST DEGREE (RICO)..................................       5,000
     FELONY 2ND DEGREE.........................................       1,250
     FELONY 3RD DEGREE.........................................         935
     FELONY OR MISDEMEANOR - NO INFORMATION FILED..............         500
     FELONY APPEALS............................................       1,875
     JUVENILE DELINQUENCY - 1ST DEGREE FELONY..................         750
     JUVENILE DELINQUENCY - 2ND DEGREE.........................         500
     JUVENILE DELINQUENCY - 3RD DEGREE.........................         375
     JUVENILE DELINQUENCY - FELONY LIFE........................         875
     JUVENILE DELINQUENCY - MISDEMEANOR........................         375
     JUVENILE DELINQUENCY - DIRECT FILE OR NO PETITION FILED...         375
     JUVENILE DELINQUENCY APPEALS..............................       1,250
     MISDEMEANOR...............................................         500
     MISDEMEANOR APPEALS.......................................         935
     VIOLATION OF PROBATION - FELONY (INCLUDES VOCC)...........         625
     VIOLATION OF PROBATION - MISDEMEANOR (INCLUDES VOCC)......         375
     VIOLATION OF PROBATION (VOCC) JUVENILE DELINQUENCY........         375

   Funds  for  costs  and  related  expenses  to  be  paid through Specific
   Appropriations 750 and 755 shall be subject to the following:

   The  hourly rate for mitigation specialists in capital death cases shall
   not exceed $75.00 per hour.

   The  maximum  amount to be paid by the Justice Administrative Commission
   for  non-attorney  due process services other than those specified shall
   not exceed the rates in effect for the 2007-2008 fiscal year.

   The  maximum  amount to be paid by the Justice Administrative Commission
   for  investigators  is  $40  per hour. The maximum amount to be paid for
   court reporting and transcribing costs is as follows:

   1.  Deposition  Appearance fees: 1st hour: $75.00; thereafter $25.00 per
   hour.  The  fee  is  to  be  paid to the court reporter whether or not a
   transcript is ordered.

   2.  Deposition transcript fee (Original & one copy):
            10 business day delivery:  $4.00 per page
            5 business day delivery: $5.50 per page
            24 hours delivery:  $7.50 per page
            Additional copies: $0.50 per page

   3.  Appellate/hearing/trial transcript fee (Original & all copies needed
   with a minimum of 2 copies):
            10 business day delivery:  $5.00 per page
            5 business day delivery:  $6.50 per page
            24 hours delivery:  $8.50 per page

            Copies (when original previously ordered):  $0.50 per page.

   4.  Transcription from tapes or audio recordings (other than depositions
   or  hearings):  Either  $35  per  hour  listening fee or $3.00 per page,
   whichever is greater.

   5. Video Services: $100 per hour per location with two-hour minimum.

 756   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY DUE PROCESS COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,266,646

   Funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  756  are  provided  for  the  State
   Attorneys'  due  process  costs  as specified in section 29.005, Florida
   Statutes.  Funds shall initially be credited for the use of each circuit
   in  the  amounts  listed  below,  and  may  be  adjusted pursuant to the
   provisions of section 29.015, Florida Statutes.

     1st Judicial Circuit......................................     607,531
     2nd Judicial Circuit......................................     323,061
     3rd Judicial Circuit......................................     120,143
     4th Judicial Circuit......................................     443,741
     5th Judicial Circuit......................................     333,769
     6th Judicial Circuit......................................     601,122
     7th Judicial Circuit......................................     452,324
     8th Judicial Circuit......................................     227,481
     9th Judicial Circuit......................................     476,378
     10th Judicial Circuit.....................................     296,431
     11th Judicial Circuit.....................................   2,122,853
     12th Judicial Circuit.....................................     267,913
     13th Judicial Circuit.....................................     571,480
     14th Judicial Circuit.....................................     113,227
     15th Judicial Circuit.....................................     711,731
     16th Judicial Circuit.....................................      87,962
     17th Judicial Circuit.....................................   1,269,184
     18th Judicial Circuit.....................................     362,155
     19th Judicial Circuit.....................................     259,818
     20th Judicial Circuit.....................................     618,342

   From  the  funds credited for use in the following circuits, the amounts
   specified  below  shall be transferred in quarterly increments within 10
   days  after  the  beginning  of  each quarter to the Office of the State
   Courts  Administrator  on  behalf of the circuit courts operating shared
   court reporting or interpreter services:

     1st Judicial Circuit......................................      18,232
     2nd Judicial Circuit......................................      16,650
     3rd Judicial Circuit......................................      10,456
     6th Judicial Circuit......................................      25,443
     7th Judicial Circuit......................................      12,818
     8th Judicial Circuit......................................      21,937
     9th Judicial Circuit......................................      26,007
     10th Judicial Circuit.....................................       3,980
     11th Judicial Circuit.....................................     426,986
     12th Judicial Circuit.....................................      19,650
     13th Judicial Circuit.....................................      45,716
     15th Judicial Circuit.....................................      61,252
     16th Judicial Circuit.....................................       4,315
     17th Judicial Circuit.....................................      20,081

 757   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CAPITAL RESENTENCING DUE PROCESS FUNDING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          250,000

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 757 are provided for due process
   and   contracted   services   related   specifically  to  death  penalty
   proceedings  as  a result of the Florida Supreme Court decision in Hurst
   v. State, 202 So. 3d 40 (Fla. 2016).

 758   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY AND PUBLIC DEFENDER
        TRAINING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           33,529
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,000


 759   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              600

 760   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DUE PROCESS CONTINGENCY FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000

 761   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,139

 762A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            4,192

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      124,657,269
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         6,895,064

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      103.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       131,552,333

PROGRAM: STATEWIDE GUARDIAN AD LITEM OFFICE

   Funds  and  positions  in  Specific Appropriations 763 through 774 shall
   first  be used to represent children involved in dependency proceedings.
   Once  all  children in dependency proceedings are represented, the funds
   may  be used to represent children in other proceedings as authorized by
   law.

   From the funds in Specific Appropriations 763 through 765, $4,381,391 in
   recurring  funds  and  $15,651 in nonrecurring funds from the Grants and
   Donations  Trust  Fund,  67.5  positions  and  associated salary rate of
   3,061,234 are provided to expand resources available to clients involved
   in dependency proceedings. The funds, positions and salary rate shall be
   placed  in  reserve.  The  Justice  Administrative Commission may submit
   budget amendments on behalf of the Guardian ad Litem, in accordance with
   the  provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes, to request the release
   of the funds, positions and salary rate. Release of the funds, positions
   and  salary  rate  are  contingent  upon  a fully executed Memorandum of
   Understanding  between  the  Guardian  ad  Litem  and  the Department of
   Children  and Families approving the use of Title IV-E grant funding for
   dependency  case  related  resources, and the availability of Title IV-E
   grant funding.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         36,530,010

 763   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      815.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       47,246,664
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,755,452

 764   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,453,906
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           721,444

 765   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,075,018
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           266,341

 766   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           60,502
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,000

 767   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - COURT SYSTEM SERVICES
        FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,045,656

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 767, $100,000 in recurring

   funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided to support the Voices
   for   Children   Foundation   in   Miami-Dade   County  (recurring  base
   appropriations project).

 768   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,422,888
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           110,000

 769   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          460,668

 770   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GUARDIAN AD LITEM ATTORNEY TRAINING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          225,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  770  may  be used by the Guardian ad
   Litem  to  provide  training for public and private sector attorneys and
   related  personnel who represent children with disabilities in Florida's
   dependency care system.

 771   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          192,196

 772   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          157,653

 773   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       OTHER DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           42,057

 774   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          310,476

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATEWIDE GUARDIAN AD LITEM OFFICE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       55,692,684
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,863,237

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      815.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        60,555,921

STATE ATTORNEYS

   The  Prosecution  Coordination  Office's  budgeting, legal, training and
   education needs may be funded by each State Attorney's office within the
   funds  provided  in Specific Appropriations 775 through 912. Funding for
   this  office shall not exceed $450,000 from the State Attorney's Revenue
   Trust Fund.

   From  the positions and funds appropriated from the Grants and Donations
   Trust  Fund in Specific Appropriations 796, 832, 846, 859, 873, 887, and
   907,  $2,010,706  is  provided  to  prosecute  insurance fraud cases and
   $705,775  is  provided to prosecute workers compensation insurance fraud
   cases, as follows:

   Insurance Fraud Cases

     Fourth Judicial Circuit (3 positions).....................     262,387
     Ninth Judicial Circuit (5 positions)......................     451,632
     Eleventh Judicial Circuit (5 positions)...................     653,209
     Thirteenth Judicial Circuit (2 positions).................     159,198
     Fifteenth Judicial Circuit (2 positions)..................     167,633
     Seventeenth Judicial Circuit (2 positions)................     167,633
     Twentieth Judicial Circuit (2 positions)..................     149,014

   Workers Compensation Insurance Fraud

     Eleventh Judicial Circuit (2 positions)...................     172,586
     Thirteenth Judicial Circuit (2 positions).................     161,053
     Fifteenth Judicial Circuit (2 positions)..................     186,068

     Seventeenth Judicial Circuit (2 positions)................     186,068

   Beginning  July  1,  2022,  the  Department  of Financial Services shall
   release  25  percent of the funds to each state attorney's office. Prior
   to subsequent quarterly fund releases, each state attorney's office must
   submit  the  following  caseload  data  to  the  Department of Financial
   Services:  the  percentage  of  cases  prosecuted of the total number of
   cases referred by the department; the number of cases not prosecuted and
   the  reasons  prosecution  was  not  pursued; the staff assigned to each
   case;  expenditures  made;  and  the  current  status  of each case. The
   Department  of  Financial  Services  shall  determine  if  case activity
   warrants the continued release of funds.

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         11,869,695

 775   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      230.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,972,448
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,942,009
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,848,397

 776   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           25,357
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           186,735

 776A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            90,000

 777   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          503,994
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           116,329
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,215

 778   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           116,716

 779   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,404

 780   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,562

 781   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           43,452
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,889
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,405

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       15,575,217
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,307,695

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      230.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        19,882,912

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,876,042


 782   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      115.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,751,460
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           709,039
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                               600
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           885,518

 783   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           26,083
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           121,417

 783A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            96,000

 784   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          148,658
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           376,129
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            50,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            71,519

 785   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            43,293

 786   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           13,000
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,675

 787   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,000

 788   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           21,979
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,669
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               214

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        8,961,180
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,365,073

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      115.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        11,326,253

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,007,650

 789   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       70.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,079,139
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           662,908
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           268,728

 790   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,493

        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,164

 790A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            60,000

 791   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          124,842
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            27,204
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            76,701

 792   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            24,315

 793   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            8,034

 794   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           35,000

 795   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           13,465
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,206
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               468

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        5,260,480
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,133,187

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       70.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         6,393,667

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         20,140,960

 796   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      364.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       24,477,978
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,059,455
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,367,550

 797   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          142,861
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            56,045
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            33,819

 797A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           150,000

 798   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           748,271

 799   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          279,262

        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            30,008
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           610,800
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            61,845

 800   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           232,387

 801   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           11,404

 802   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,150

 803   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           68,212
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,542
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,975

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       24,985,867
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         7,360,697

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      364.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        32,346,564

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         14,062,742

 804   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      244.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       17,649,693
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,433,283
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,840,171

 805   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           73,939
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           160,019
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           166,363

 805A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           136,000

 806   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          438,267
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            61,250
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             8,000

 807   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            75,040

 808   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,740


 809   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           46,500

 810   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           43,815
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,051
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,044

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       18,262,954
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,888,221

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      244.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        23,151,175

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         26,052,332

 811   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      478.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,940,888
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,689,187
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,273,931

 812   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           58,917
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            14,253
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            60,397

 812A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           136,000

 813   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          556,067
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           732,453
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           454,866

 814   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           137,075

 815   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           32,724

 816   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,520

 817   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            88,591
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,955


TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       31,591,116
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         9,597,708

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      478.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        41,188,824

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,220,005

 818   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      238.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,571,604
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,360,155
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                                39
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           795,741

 819   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,404
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            75,291
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,169

 819A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           180,000

 820   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          353,296
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           118,874
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            50,000

 821   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            55,969

 822   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           42,964
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,380

 823   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           32,381

 824   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           47,993
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,860
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               622

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SEVENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       17,068,642
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,652,100

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      238.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        20,720,742


PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,233,262

 825   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      135.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,422,841
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,033,254
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           638,630

 826   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           37,252
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            59,792
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            34,980

 826A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           170,000

 827   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          154,761
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            24,396
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,040

 828   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            34,544

 829   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            8,506

 830   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,306

 831   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            28,205
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,002

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,630,666
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,049,843

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      135.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        11,680,509

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         21,582,320

 832   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      385.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       27,775,398
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,690,621
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,409,782

 833   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          146,131
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           297,508

        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           246,631
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,020

 833A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            78,000

 834   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          936,079
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           197,029
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           279,234
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            18,966

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   834,   $300,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to operate
   a State Sponsored Day Care Center (Senate Form 2543).

 835   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           111,693

 836   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,662

 837   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           55,416

 838   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            77,640
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,238

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       28,940,686
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,409,362

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      385.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        33,350,048

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,572,669

 839   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      234.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,078,429
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,760,212
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,282,884

 840   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,327
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           115,044
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            33,769

 840A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            90,000


 841   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          215,679
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           218,879
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           213,460

 842   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            52,167

 843   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           11,665

 844   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,883
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,356

 845   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           38,497
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,791
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,294

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       14,396,480
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         7,788,856

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      234.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        22,185,336

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         61,786,480

 846   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    1,268.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       55,803,352
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,312,217
        FROM CHILD SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . .                        23,594,535
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            60,325
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,160,054

 847   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          218,115
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           107,072
        FROM CHILD SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . .                           767,432
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,362,017

 847A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           270,000

 848   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,098,140
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           385,078
        FROM CHILD SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . .                         4,092,578
        FROM CIVIL RICO TRUST FUND . . . . .                           200,020

        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           203,700
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           653,902

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   848,   $425,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   State  Attorney's  Office,  11th  Judicial  Circuit  to  develop a Smart
   Justice Data Transparency and Crime Strategies Unit (Senate Form 2796).

 849   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           351,359
        FROM CHILD SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . .                           161,580

 850   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,000

 851   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          180,733
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            23,470
        FROM CHILD SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . .                            74,417

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       57,318,340
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        40,779,756

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,268.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        98,098,096

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         10,279,545

 852   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      192.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       13,381,506
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,289,835
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,152,701

 853   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           24,136
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            79,882

 853A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           116,000

 854   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          329,181
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           224,785
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            85,084

 855   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            79,463

 856   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,361


 857   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,267

 858   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           36,317
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,470
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,214

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - TWELFTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       13,773,768
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,031,434

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      192.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        16,805,202

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         19,424,628

 859   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      332.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       24,089,688
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,274,336
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,403,808

 860   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           58,315
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            19,235

 860A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            84,000

 861   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          413,790
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           103,510

 862   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           131,495

 863   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,027

 864   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,980

 865   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            72,218
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,010


TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       24,575,800
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         5,090,612

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      332.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        29,666,412

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,771,845

 866   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      122.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,781,014
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           941,198
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           567,750

 867   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,087
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           233,004

 867A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            31,000

 868   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          241,412
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,518
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            14,000

 869   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            38,893

 870   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,697
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,292

 871   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,295
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            15,048

 872   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              424
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            24,788
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,179

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,042,929
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,885,670

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      122.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        10,928,599


PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         18,580,863

 873   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      333.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       23,458,654
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,530,792
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,468,725

 874   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           75,778
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           245,598
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            46,736

 874A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            30,000

 875   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          401,694
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           223,129
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           126,608
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            26,000

 876   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           173,058

 877   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,569
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,000
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                             7,500

 878   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,000
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            60,000

 879   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           65,408
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,574
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,040

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       24,022,103
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,945,760

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      333.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        28,967,863


PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,592,420

 880   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       62.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,437,589
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           495,766
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           245,552

 881   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,784
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            77,499

 882   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          135,049
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            54,509
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           106,514

 883   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            14,574

 884   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,041

 885   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,615
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,000

 886   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            13,417

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        4,599,078
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,011,831

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       62.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         5,610,909

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         27,810,280

 887   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      511.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       36,437,770
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,901,790
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           229,843
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,018,543

 888   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          122,513
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           305,615
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            75,940


 889   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          589,116
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           674,244
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           523,963
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            54,236

 890   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          112,583
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            36,581

 891   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,491
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,510

 892   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          121,483
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,000

 893   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          101,476
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,877
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,380

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       37,508,432
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         6,836,522

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      511.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        44,344,954

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         16,061,372

 894   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      285.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,277,670
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,147,212
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,209,583

 895   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           25,577
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            20,367
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,749

 895A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            90,000

 896   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          410,738
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            38,459

        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            64,924

 897   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            57,201

 898   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,587
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,514

 899   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,130

 900   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           56,063
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,626
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               951

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       20,784,765
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,649,586

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      285.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        24,434,351

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - NINETEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          9,414,914

 901   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      165.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,826,050
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,502,410
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,387,565

 901A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           108,000

 902   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          230,606
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            58,663

 903   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            74,683

 904   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,400

 905   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,798

 906   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           29,932

        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,754
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,002

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - NINETEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       11,096,786
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,137,077

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      165.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        14,233,863

PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         16,636,866

 907   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      303.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       20,864,504
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,557,968
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,032,571

 908   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           47,705
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            88,267
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            11,178

 908A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           328,000

 909   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE ATTORNEY OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          470,374
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           144,087
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            42,944

 910   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            85,511

 911   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           22,524

 912   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           57,573
        FROM STATE ATTORNEYS REVENUE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,747
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,154

TOTAL: PROGRAM: STATE ATTORNEYS - TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       21,462,680
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         5,300,427

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      303.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        26,763,107

PUBLIC DEFENDERS

   The  Public  Defenders Coordination Office's budgeting, legal, training,
   and  education  needs  may  be  funded  by each Public Defender's office
   within  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriations 913 through 1056.

   Funding  for  this  office  shall  not exceed $450,000 from the Indigent
   Criminal Defense Trust Fund.

   Each  Public  Defender  Office must submit to the Justice Administrative
   Commission  (JAC)  a  quarterly report detailing the number of appointed
   and reappointed cases by case type, number of cases closed by case type,
   number  of clients represented, and number of conflicts by case type and
   the basis for the conflict. The JAC shall compile the reports into a tab
   delineated spreadsheet format and submit the results to the chair of the
   Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice and the
   chair   of   the   House   of   Representatives  Justice  Appropriations
   Subcommittee within three weeks after the end of each quarter.

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,852,304

 913   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      126.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,979,895
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           185,778
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,353,788

 914   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,842
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            59,715

 915   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          191,206
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               500
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           127,025

 916   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,101

 917   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            4,770
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,770

 918   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,424
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               443
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,302

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,223,137
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,759,422

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      126.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        10,982,559

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SECOND JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,698,724

 919   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       86.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,440,384
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           199,565
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           348,241


 920   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,042
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           154,934

 921   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           72,073
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,677
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            40,000

 922   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            31,473

 923   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,067
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,000

 924   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           17,776
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               300
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                               516

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SECOND JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        6,560,342
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           781,706

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       86.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         7,342,048

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,239,503

 925   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       33.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,993,530
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           262,731

 926   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              255
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           102,868

 926A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            35,000

 927   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           73,392
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            66,031

 928   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,638

 929   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,560

        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            13,000

 930   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,816

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,079,737
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           493,084

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       33.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         3,572,821

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FOURTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          9,177,758

 931   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      156.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       12,206,446
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           295,695
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           940,422

 932   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           25,501
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           152,850

 932A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            56,000

 933   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          197,334
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            20,549
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

 934   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            76,199

 935   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,305
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,305

 936   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           31,385
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               657
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,685

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FOURTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       12,462,971
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,646,362

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      156.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        14,109,333


PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,015,714

 937   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      127.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,554,004
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           970,359
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,231,632

 938   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,853
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            37,650
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           341,566

 939   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           28,352
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           216,964

 940   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            53,468

 941   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,500

 942   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           21,835
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,089
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,646

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        8,617,044
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,860,874

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      127.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        11,477,918

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,375,741

 943   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      238.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       16,762,744
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,071,610
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,056,051

 944   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           80,418
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           510,832

 945   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          333,965
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            63,146
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           142,500


 946   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            79,222

 947   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            52,000

 948   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           46,386
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,264
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,306

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       17,223,513
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,978,931

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      238.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        20,202,444

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,561,122

 949   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      117.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,270,777
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           130,258
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           594,325

 950   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .               30
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            28,532

 951   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           76,731
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           135,000

 952   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            41,038

 953   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,589
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            14,589

 954   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,540
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               259
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,496


TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SEVENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,385,667
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           945,497

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      117.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        10,331,164

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,344,392

 955   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       75.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,046,554
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            16,044
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           553,956

 956   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           13,001
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            20,380

 956A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            34,000

 957   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          102,968
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            65,000

 958   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            35,103

 959   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,751

 960   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,040
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,168

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - EIGHTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        6,177,563
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           735,402

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       75.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         6,912,965

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         12,701,596

 961   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      220.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,325,293
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           681,030
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,601,714


 962   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           26,443
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           101,900

 963   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          164,065

 964   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          471,816
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           350,000

 965   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            47,660

 966   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,000

 967   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           41,523
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,307
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,754

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       16,052,140
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,793,365

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      220.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        18,845,505

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,418,432

 968   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      116.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,846,266
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           541,682

 969   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,497
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           101,900

 969A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            30,000

 970   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,237
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           335,000

 971   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            31,155


 972   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,132

 973   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              424
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            24,670

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        8,877,424
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,067,539

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      116.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         9,944,963

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         23,372,737

 974   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      390.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       30,161,913
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,651,789
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,391,145

 975   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           24,456
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            71,330
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           117,185

 976   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          185,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           325,000

 977   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            97,912

 978   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,333
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,333

 979   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           79,289
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,565
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,062


TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       30,451,991
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,670,321

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      390.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        34,122,312

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,672,789

 980   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       95.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,867,357
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,158,158
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           702,158

 981   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,212
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            48,872
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,095

 982   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          222,605
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           282,072
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           146,801

 983   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,931
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            13,104

 984   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           17,752
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               702
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,203

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - TWELFTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        7,127,926
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,370,096

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       95.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         9,498,022

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,472,733

 985   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      217.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       15,864,896
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           892,115
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,107,959

 986   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          125,382
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            35,665


 986A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            90,000

 987   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          381,876
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           119,288
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           411,976

 988   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            39,645

 989   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,835
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,835

 990   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            46,202

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       16,374,989
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,745,685

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      217.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        20,120,674

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,085,401

 991   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       67.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,356,589
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            69,716
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           640,081

 992   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,631
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           201,253

 993   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           86,782
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            15,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           188,176

 994   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            18,476

 995   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,855


 996   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,827
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               166
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,493

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        5,470,829
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,137,216

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       67.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         6,608,045

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         11,059,275

 997   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      189.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       14,096,782
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           253,433
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,915,883

 998   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            30,570

 999   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          119,103
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           247,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           199,174

1000   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            36,295

1001   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             9,375

1002   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               414
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            39,187

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       14,215,885
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,731,331

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      189.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        16,947,216

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,406,959

1003   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       39.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,239,215

        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           111,010

1004   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,100
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            20,380

1005   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           84,846
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            13,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            40,000

1006   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,856

1007   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,170
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,520

1008   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             8,438

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,332,331
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           205,204

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       39.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         3,537,535

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         14,350,815

1009   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      223.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       17,895,967
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,349,350
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,399,306

1010   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           83,817
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            50,950
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           101,900

1011   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          134,365
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           115,129

1012   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            94,475

1013   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,812
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,812


1014   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           46,944
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               572
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                               689

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       18,164,905
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,116,183

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      223.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        21,281,088

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,748,794

1015   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      113.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,805,703
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           291,182
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,624,647

1016   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           13,035
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,950

1016A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            26,000

1017   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          135,537
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,000
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           121,296

1018   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            23,655

1019   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,236

1020   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           21,375
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               828
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,231


TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        8,975,650
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,201,025

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      113.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        11,176,675

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - NINETEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,080,134

1021   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       86.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,964,718
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           399,725
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,082,570

1022   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           25,608
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             7,133
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            61,140

1022A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            32,000

1023   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           25,202
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           374,800

1024   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            45,600

1025   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,640

1026   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,712
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               840
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,821

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - NINETEENTH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        6,030,240
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,008,269

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       86.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         8,038,509

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,985,430

1027   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      141.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,764,879
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,814,316

        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,307,582

1028   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,384
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            20,380
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           132,470

1029   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          183,882
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           168,092

1030   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            29,286

1031   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,730
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,730

1032   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           24,761
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,263
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,246

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS - TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
       CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       10,001,636
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,490,365

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      141.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        13,492,001

PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE DIVISION

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - SECOND
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,434,588

1033   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       35.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,263,189

1034   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           21,515

1035   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           68,971

1036   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,535

1037   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,569


TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - SECOND
       JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,363,779

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       35.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         3,363,779

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - SEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,295,509

1038   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       33.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,261,569

1039   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           17,711

1040   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           56,907

1041   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,840

1042   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,138

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - SEVENTH
       JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,350,165

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       33.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         3,350,165

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,096,462

1043   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       50.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,303,911

1044   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          741,822

1045   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          144,849

1046   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,568

1047   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,815

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - TENTH
       JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        5,203,965

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       50.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         5,203,965


PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,420,215

1048   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       18.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,895,902

1049   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              509

1050   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,161

1051   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            4,325

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - ELEVENTH
       JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        1,907,897

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       18.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         1,907,897

PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - FIFTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,029,526

1052   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       37.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,941,705
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           132,875

1053   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            57,650

1054   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PUBLIC DEFENDER OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           44,974
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           150,000

1055   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM INDIGENT CRIMINAL DEFENSE
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                               660

1056   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            8,001

TOTAL: PROGRAM: PUBLIC DEFENDERS APPELLATE - FIFTEENTH
       JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,994,680
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           341,185

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       37.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         4,335,865

CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL COUNSELS

PROGRAM: NORTHERN REGIONAL COUNSEL

CAPITAL JUSTICE REPRESENTATION - NORTHERN REGIONAL
COUNSEL

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,286,677


1057   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       20.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,802,857

1058   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CASE RELATED COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          680,199

1059   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          290,413
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           124,796

1060   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,773

1061   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,000

1062   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            4,313

TOTAL: CAPITAL JUSTICE REPRESENTATION - NORTHERN REGIONAL
       COUNSEL
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        2,781,555
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           124,796

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       20.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         2,906,351

PROGRAM: MIDDLE REGIONAL COUNSEL

CAPITAL JUSTICE REPRESENTATION - MIDDLE REGIONAL
COUNSEL

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,774,179

1063   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       42.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,851,908

1064   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           71,851

1064A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            55,000

1065   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CASE RELATED COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          290,002
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           600,002

1066   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          556,838
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           133,742

1067   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                             9,130

1068   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              375


1069   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,084

TOTAL: CAPITAL JUSTICE REPRESENTATION - MIDDLE REGIONAL
       COUNSEL
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        4,780,058
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           797,874

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       42.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         5,577,932

PROGRAM: SOUTHERN REGIONAL COUNSEL

CAPITAL JUSTICE REPRESENTATION - SOUTHERN REGIONAL
COUNSEL

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,321,663

1070   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       34.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,137,829

1071   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           25,434

1072   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CASE RELATED COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          315,621
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           333,877

1073   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OPERATING EXPENDITURES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          588,055
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           135,000

1074   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM CAPITAL COLLATERAL REGIONAL
         COUNSEL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                             7,226

1075   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              702

1076   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,138

TOTAL: CAPITAL JUSTICE REPRESENTATION - SOUTHERN REGIONAL
       COUNSEL
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        4,074,779
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           476,103

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       34.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         4,550,882

CRIMINAL CONFLICT AND CIVIL REGIONAL COUNSELS

   Each  Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel must submit
   to  the  Justice  Administrative  Commission  (JAC)  a  quarterly report
   detailing  the  number  of appointed and reappointed cases by case type,
   number  of cases closed by case type, number of clients represented, and
   number of conflicts by case type and the basis for the conflict. The JAC
   shall  compile  the reports into a tab delineated spreadsheet format and
   submit   the   results   to  the  chair  of  the  Senate  Appropriations
   Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice and the chair of the House of
   Representatives  Justice  Appropriations Subcommittee within three weeks
   after the end of each quarter.


PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - FIRST

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          8,504,736

1077   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      139.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,982,672
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,208,036

1078   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          267,996

1079   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,363,912
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            60,000
        FROM INDIGENT CIVIL DEFENSE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            75,000

1080   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,593

1081   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL DUE PROCESS
        COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,144,765
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            20,129

1082   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           57,228

1083   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,279
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,969

TOTAL: PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - FIRST
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       15,864,445
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,366,134

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      139.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        17,230,579

PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - SECOND

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,438,775

1084   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      127.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,245,736
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           623,023

1085   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          131,500

1086   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,234,845
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           274,725

1087   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           44,982

1088   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL DUE PROCESS
        COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          374,657

        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           227,678
        FROM INDIGENT CIVIL DEFENSE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            75,000

1089   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           24,816

1090   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,230
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,697

TOTAL: PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - SECOND
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       12,083,766
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,202,123

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      127.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        13,285,889

PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - THIRD

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,138,924

1091   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       76.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,606,171
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           663,214

1092   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           89,688

1093   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          516,696
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            69,742
        FROM INDIGENT CIVIL DEFENSE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            20,000

1094   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,563

1095   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL DUE PROCESS
        COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          670,291
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           145,020

1096   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,100

1097   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,858
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,545

TOTAL: PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - THIRD
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        7,908,367
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           900,521

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       76.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         8,808,888


PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - FOURTH

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,709,066

1098   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      127.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,122,011
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,008,116

1099   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           76,390

1100   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,947,301
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           220,406
        FROM INDIGENT CIVIL DEFENSE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            40,980

1101   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,480

1102   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL DUE PROCESS
        COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          746,191

1103   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,682

1104   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           17,065
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,333

TOTAL: PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - FOURTH
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       12,935,120
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,271,835

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      127.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        14,206,955

PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - FIFTH

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,697,903

1105   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      104.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,654,481
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           513,597

1106   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          141,577

1107   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,800

1108   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL OPERATIONS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,214,408
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            51,701
        FROM INDIGENT CIVIL DEFENSE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

1109   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           14,210


1110   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL DUE PROCESS
        COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          746,667
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            30,000

1111   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,000

1112   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,951

TOTAL: PROGRAM: REGIONAL CONFLICT COUNSEL - FIFTH
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,804,294
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           701,098

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      104.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        10,505,392

TOTAL: JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      885,066,712
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       182,899,264

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .   10,684.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,067,965,976
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      592,215,454

JUVENILE JUSTICE, DEPARTMENT OF

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1113  through  1192, the
   Department  of  Juvenile  Justice  may  work within its existing budget,
   including  applicable  grants,  to  implement any corrective action plan
   that  is  developed  as  a result of a Prison Rape Elimination Act audit
   conducted  in  accordance with Title 28, Part 115 of the Code of Federal
   Regulations.  The  department  may request additional resources required
   through  the  Legislative  Budget  Request process as defined in chapter
   216, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1113  through  1192, the
   Department  of  Juvenile Justice shall conduct a comprehensive statewide
   review  of  county-level  data, including a gap analysis of services and
   programs  available  across  all  counties in the state, to evaluate the
   implementation  of  juvenile  justice policies at the county level. As a
   result  of  such  review,  the  department  shall  prepare a report that
   includes   benchmarking   of   counties'  performance  on  factors  that
   demonstrate  how a county is supporting the department's strategic goals
   of  preventing  and  diverting  more  youth  from  entering the juvenile
   justice system; providing appropriate, less restrictive, community-based
   sanctions  and  services; reserving serious sanctions for youth who pose
   the  greatest risk to public safety; and focusing on rehabilitation. The
   report  shall  also  include  recommendations and strategies that can be
   implemented  by  the  department  or  counties to address any identified
   deficiencies  and  to  assist  in  developing  a  statewide, coordinated
   response across all of Florida's communities to support the department's
   strategic  goals.  A  copy  of  the  report  shall  be  submitted to the
   Governor,  President  of  the  Senate,  and  Speaker  of  the  House  of
   Representatives by January 6, 2023.

   Funds  provided in Specific Appropriations 1130, 1138, 1169, 1175, 1182,
   1185, 1187, and 1189 are provided for the sole purpose of raising hourly
   wages of employees of secure and nonsecure residential program providers
   and  employees  of  prevention  and intervention program providers to at
   least $15.00 per hour.

   The  department shall enter into a supplemental wage agreement with each
   provider  to include this minimum wage requirement to ensure compliance.
   The  agreement  must  require  the  provider to agree to pay each of its
   employees  at  least  $15.00  per  hour.  The agreement shall include an
   attestation  under  penalty  of  perjury  under section 837.012, Florida
   Statutes,  stating that every employee of the provider, as of October 1,
   2022, will be paid at least $15.00 per hour.


   Beginning  January  1,  2023,  an  employee  of  a  provider that is not
   receiving a wage of at least $15.00 per hour may bring a civil action in
   a  court of competent jurisdiction against his or her provider and, upon
   prevailing,  shall  recover the full amount of any back wages unlawfully
   withheld  plus  the  same  amount  as  liquidated  damages, and shall be
   awarded reasonable attorney's fees and costs. In addition, they shall be
   entitled  to  such  legal  or  equitable relief as may be appropriate to
   remedy  the  violation  including,  without limitation, reinstatement in
   employment  and/or  injunctive  relief. Such actions may be brought as a
   class  action  pursuant  to  Rule  1.220  of  the Florida Rules of Civil
   Procedure.

PROGRAM: JUVENILE DETENTION PROGRAM

DETENTION CENTERS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         56,825,139

1113   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    1,453.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       38,757,776
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,084,360
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                        41,073,966

1114   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          593,404
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           254,030
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                         1,383,919

1115   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,723,129
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           748,073
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           575,000
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                         4,546,066

1116   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           16,035
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           144,220
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                            49,941

1117   FOOD PRODUCTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          601,418
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           700,000
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                         1,000,497

1117A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE MAINTENANCE
        AND REPAIR - STATE OWNED BUILDINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,582,200

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1117A,  $1,582,200  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for
   maintenance  and  repair  of  the  Hillsborough, Broward, and Palm Beach
   detention centers.

1118   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - GRANTS TO FISCALLY
        CONSTRAINED COUNTIES FOR DETENTION CENTER
        COSTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,883,853

1119   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,385,595
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            40,690
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                         1,483,075


1120   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,639,307
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                         9,576,801

1121   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,240,570
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                         3,094,117

1122   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          137,364
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                           134,195

1123   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          169,521
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             9,255
        FROM SHARED COUNTY/STATE JUVENILE
         DETENTION TRUST FUND  . . . . . . .                           258,983

TOTAL: DETENTION CENTERS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       61,730,172
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        66,157,188

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,453.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       127,887,360

PROGRAM: PROBATION AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS
PROGRAM

COMMUNITY SUPERVISION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         35,175,462

1124   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      826.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       47,367,293

1125   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          614,008
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               316

1126   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,845,850
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            35,866
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,092,851

1127   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,000

1128   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       JUVENILE REDIRECTIONS PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,225,716

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1128  are  provided  for services to
   youth   at  risk  of  commitment  who  are  eligible  to  be  placed  in
   evidence-based   and  other  alternative  programs  for  family  therapy
   services.  These  services  shall  be  provided  as  an  alternative  to
   commitment.  The  Department  of Juvenile Justice and each participating
   court  may  jointly  develop  criteria to identify youth appropriate for
   diversion into the Redirections Program.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1128,  $250,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for
   Parenting with Love and Limits (PLL) Evidence Based Family Stabilization
   and Trauma Model (HB 2785) (Senate Form 1576).


1129   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          852,545
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            42,490

1130   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       38,680,580
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           242,028
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,200,000
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            81,995

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1130, $3,726,723 from the
   General  Revenue  Fund  is provided to expand vocational and educational
   services for at risk youth.  These transition services shall be based on
   individualized   service   planning  to  assist  a  youth  in  achieving
   successful  outcomes  when  transitioning  back  to  the  community from
   residential  commitment  programs.  This  funding is contingent upon the
   passage of HB 7065, or similar legislation becoming a law.

1131   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          234,381

1132   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          241,998

TOTAL: COMMUNITY SUPERVISION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       95,067,371
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,695,546

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      826.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        98,762,917

COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS AND SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         20,275,699

1133   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      496.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       27,705,981

1134   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,089,357

1135   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,323,924
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,381,642

1136   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,000

1137   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          625,680
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            27,856

1138   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       17,439,397
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           118,489

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1138,  $350,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for
   Integrated Care and Coordination for Youth (ICCY) (HB 2439) (Senate Form
   2417).


1139   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          865,699

1140   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          154,680

1141   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          149,693

TOTAL: COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS AND SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       49,359,411
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,527,987

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      496.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        50,887,398

PROGRAM: OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY/ASSISTANT
SECRETARY FOR ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          8,830,417

1142   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      176.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       12,318,650
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           313,415

1143   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          680,549
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            40,644
        FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE TRAINING
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,019

1144   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,560,343
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           140,119
        FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE TRAINING
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           200,000

1145   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,000

1146   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,159,285

1147   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,675

1148   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          542,571
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

1149   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          338,849
        FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE TRAINING
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,421,058

1150   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          212,365


1151   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           56,523
        FROM JUVENILE JUSTICE TRAINING
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             3,973

1152   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           53,947
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,216

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       17,930,757
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,332,444

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      176.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        20,263,201

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,070,504

1153   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       60.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        4,249,761

1154   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,801,607

1155   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,000

1156   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          698,565

1157   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ACCOUNTING INFORMATION RESOURCE
        (FLAIR) SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          181,278

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1157 are provided for the planning and
   remediation  tasks  necessary  to integrate agency applications with the
   new  Florida  Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) system.
   The funds shall be placed in reserve. The agency is authorized to submit
   budget  amendments  requesting  release  of  these funds pursuant to the
   provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent upon
   the  approval  of  a  detailed operational work plan and a monthly spend
   plan that identifies all project work and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.  The  agency shall submit quarterly project status reports to
   the  Executive  Office  of the Governor's Office of Policy & Budget, the
   chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the chair of the House of
   Representatives   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  Florida  Digital
   Service.  Each status report must include progress made to date for each
   project  milestone,  deliverable,  and  task  order,  planned and actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

1158   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,381

1159   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           13,315

1160   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,424


1161A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          469,839

TOTAL: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        8,471,170

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       60.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         8,471,170

PROGRAM: ACCOUNTABILITY AND PROGRAM SUPPORT

CONTRACTING AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,852,303

1162   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      125.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,506,932

1163   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           69,125

1164   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          678,682

1165   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           36,313

1166   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           18,320

1167   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           39,101

TOTAL: CONTRACTING AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,348,473

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      125.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         9,348,473

PROGRAM: RESIDENTIAL CORRECTIONS PROGRAM

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1168  through  1178, the
   Department  of  Juvenile  Justice  shall  provide  a monthly residential
   resource  utilization report that identifies operating capacity, current
   placements,  vacant  placements, number of youth awaiting placement, and
   the  percent  of use for all residential commitment beds. The department
   may  increase  or  decrease beds or overlay services provided the change
   will  better  serve taxpayers and the youth under its care. Notification
   and  justification  of changes will be provided to the Governor's Office
   of  Policy and Budget, chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and
   chair  of the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee prior to
   implementing any change.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1168  through  1178, the
   department  must  also  provide  a  report  of  serious incidents to the
   Governor,  President  of  the  Senate,  and  Speaker  of  the  House  of
   Representatives  on  a  quarterly  basis.  The report must include, at a
   minimum: the number of incidents and allegations of staff abuse or abuse
   by   another   child,   including  whether  or  not  an  allegation  was
   substantiated;  descriptions  of  incidents or allegations of such abuse
   that resulted in physical injury or significant psychological trauma, or
   that  involved  deprivation  of  food,  water,  or medical care; and the
   failure of a provider to report incidents or allegations within required
   timeframes  established  by  the  department.  The  department must also
   immediately  report  the  death or serious bodily injury of a youth in a
   secure  or  non-secure residential program to the Governor, President of
   the  Senate,  and  Speaker of the House of Representatives, and may make
   any  additional  reports that it determines to be appropriate based upon
   the seriousness of an incident or allegation.


NON-SECURE RESIDENTIAL COMMITMENT

1168   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           91,639

1168A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE MAINTENANCE
        AND REPAIR - STATE OWNED BUILDINGS
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,000,000

1169   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      103,319,630
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         6,631,505

1170   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           28,748

TOTAL: NON-SECURE RESIDENTIAL COMMITMENT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      103,440,017
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        11,631,505

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       115,071,522

SECURE RESIDENTIAL COMMITMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,845,365

1171   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       90.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,735,003

1172   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           29,556

1173   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,082,395

1174   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          636,191

1175   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       25,954,149
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                        38,000,000

1176   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           69,798

1177   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           40,020

1178   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           49,091

TOTAL: SECURE RESIDENTIAL COMMITMENT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       35,596,203
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        38,000,000

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       90.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        73,596,203

PROGRAM: PREVENTION AND VICTIM SERVICES

DELINQUENCY PREVENTION AND DIVERSION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,019,773


1179   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       20.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          808,245
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           220,402
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           543,255

1180   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          304,007
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           292,017
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           156,553

1181   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          199,035
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           127,134
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           289,430

1182   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INVEST IN CHILDREN
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,000
        FROM JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION AND
         EARLY INTERVENTION TRUST FUND . . .                         1,262,903

1183   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             5,200
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             5,200

1184   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PACE CENTERS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,626,014
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,305,995

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1184, $330,240 in recurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided for rate increases and
   $1,269,760  in  nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is
   provided  for  a  retention  plan  for employees in order to help reduce
   turnover and retain employees.

1185   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVES TO REDUCE AND
        PREVENT JUVENILE CRIME
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       13,328,991

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1185, $2,205,364 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided for the following
   recurring base appropriations projects:

     AMIkids Gender Specific Prevention Programs - Clay County.     723,542
     AMIkids Gender Specific Prevention Programs -
       Hillsborough County.....................................     723,542
     AMIkids Gender Specific Prevention Programs...............     723,542
     Pasco Association for Challenged Kids Summer Camp.........      34,738

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1185,  $11,060,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   following programs:

     AMIkids Family Centric Services (HB 3573) (Senate Form
       1399)...................................................   1,060,000
     AMIkids Prevention Programs - Leon and Gadsden Counties
       (HB 4493) (Senate Form 1894)............................     720,000
     City of West Park Youth Crime Prevention Program (HB
       3685) (Senate Form 1421)................................     200,000
     Clay County Youth Alternative to Secured Detention
       (S.W.E.A.T. Program) (HB 3723) (Senate Form 1566).......     250,000
     Family Trauma Training for Youth in Both Juvenile Justice
       and Child Welfare (Senate Form 2558)....................     400,000
     Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs Positive Youth
       Development Program (HB 2583) (Senate Form 1013)........   5,000,000
     Girl Matters: Continuity of Care (HB 3807) (Senate Form
       1439)...................................................     450,000
     Hope Street Diversion Program (HB 3085) (Senate Form 2706)     400,000
     Nassau County Youth Alternative to Secured Detention

       (S.W.E.A.T. Program) (HB 4653) (Senate Form 1523).......     110,000
     New Horizons After School/Weekend Rehabilitative Program
       (HB 4127) (Senate Form 1926)............................     300,000
     Pinellas and Pasco Counties Youth Advocate Program (HB
       2793) (Senate Form 1005)................................     500,000
     Tallahassee TEMPO Workforce Training and Education for
       Opportunity Youth (HB 4415) (Senate Form 2186)..........     500,000
     THE LAB YMCA Leadership Academy (HB 3361) (Senate Form
       1120)...................................................     170,000
     Wayman Community Development At-Risk Youth Program (HB
       3067) (Senate Form 1240)................................     150,000
     Willie Mae Stokes Community Center (HB 9259) (Senate Form
       2405)...................................................     350,000
     Youth and Police Initiative (YPI) - Train the Trainer
       Project (HB 3087) (Senate Form 2579)....................     500,000

1186   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           32,631

1187   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,297,282
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,861,836
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,947,682

1188   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,802

1189   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CHILDREN/FAMILIES IN
        NEED OF SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       32,033,668
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,000,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        10,018,791
        FROM SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           386,497

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1189,  the  Department of
   Juvenile  Justice  shall  not  expend  more  than  $150,000 in recurring
   general  revenue funds for physically secure placements for youths being
   served  by the Children-In-Need of Services/Families-In-Need of Services
   (CINS/FINS) program.

   Additionally,  the  CINS/FINS  provider  shall  demonstrate  that it has
   considered    local,    non-traditional,   non-residential   delinquency
   prevention  service  providers including, but not limited to, grassroots
   organizations,  community, and faith-based organizations, to subcontract
   and  deliver  non-residential  CINS/FINS  services  to eligible youth as
   defined in chapter 984 and section 1003.27, Florida Statutes, to include
   areas  with  high ratios of juvenile arrests per youth 10 to 17 years of
   age. Such services may be offered throughout the judicial circuit served
   by the CINS/FINS provider.

1190   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,500

1191   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PRODIGY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,156,509
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           843,491

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1191,  $500,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided for Prodigy
   Cultural Arts program (HB 2183) (Senate Form 2188).

1192   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,776

        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,613
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,822

1192A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
        NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,000,000

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1192A,  $7,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   following fixed capital outlay projects:

     Pace Center for Girls, Citrus Building (Senate Form 2164).   3,500,000
     Pace Center for Girls, Pasco Building (Senate Form 2165)..   3,500,000

TOTAL: DELINQUENCY PREVENTION AND DIVERSION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       76,797,960
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        26,272,321

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       20.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       103,070,281

TOTAL: JUVENILE JUSTICE, DEPARTMENT OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      457,741,534
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       149,616,991

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    3,247.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       607,358,525
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      138,894,662

LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF

PROGRAM: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          7,448,705

1193   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      135.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,156,620
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           827,536
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         6,689,458

1194   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           27,809
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           203,116
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            77,488

1195   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          796,850
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           173,285
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           400,000

1196   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           150,000

1197   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NATIONAL CRIMINAL
        HISTORY IMPROVEMENT (NCHIP-NARIP) - STATE
        GOVERNMENT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,910,162

1198   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NATIONAL CRIMINAL
        HISTORY IMPROVEMENT (NCHIP-NARIP) - LOCAL
        UNITS OF GOVERNMENTS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,529,434

1199   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - PROJECT SAFE
        NEIGHBORHOODS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,500,000


1200   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE
        GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM - LOCAL UNITS OF
        GOVERNMENT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         8,835,535

1201   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,616
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             3,242
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                               250

1202   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,650

1203   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             5,351

1204   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           67,480
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            50,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           218,573
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           152,372

1205   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DOMESTIC SECURITY
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                               500

1206   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,310
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            11,194

1207   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,431,500

   From  the  nonrecurring  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 1207,
   the  Department  of  Law  Enforcement is authorized to pay tenant broker
   fees  related  to  private  sector  lease  agreements. From these funds,
   $1,400,000 is provided for the Pensacola Regional Operations Center.

1208   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           98,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             3,000

1209   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - BYRNE JUSTICE ASSISTANCE
        GRANT (JAG) PROGRAM - STATE GOVERNMENT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         6,500,000

1210   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AID - RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE
        ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM - LOCAL UNITS OF
        GOVERNMENT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,247,724

1211   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AID - RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE
        ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM - STATE AGENCY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,100,000

1212   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           19,933
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             3,930
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            17,424


TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        4,212,268
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        36,141,074

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      135.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        40,353,342

AVIATION SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE            522,787

1213   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS        4.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          551,795

1214   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          913,829

1215   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           72,500

1216   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SPECIAL CATEGORIES - AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
        AND REPAIRS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          248,520

1217   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DEFERRED-PAYMENT COMMODITY CONTRACTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,290,576

1218   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,204

TOTAL: AVIATION SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,078,424

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .        4.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         3,078,424

PROGRAM: FLORIDA CAPITOL POLICE PROGRAM

CAPITOL POLICE SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,333,720

1219   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       88.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,864
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         6,786,756

1220   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            29,432

1221   EXPENSES
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           532,837

1222   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            85,369

1223   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           100,500

1224   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            61,984

1225   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CAPITOL COMPLEX SECURITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,360
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            42,100


1226   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           218,571

1227   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            68,064

1228   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             4,000

1229   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              300
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            23,376

TOTAL: CAPITOL POLICE SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .           10,524
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         7,952,989

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       88.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         7,963,513

PROGRAM: INVESTIGATIONS AND FORENSIC SCIENCE
PROGRAM

CRIME LAB SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         25,984,187

1230   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      442.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       31,675,213
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            12,383
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         5,564,761

1231   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           61,348
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           172,147

1232   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,119,860
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,800,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         3,034,527

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1232, the Department of Law
   Enforcement   is  authorized  to  distribute  rape  kits  to  local  law
   enforcement  agencies  and  rape crisis centers statewide at no cost. In
   addition,  the  department is authorized to use additional federal funds
   and  any  other available funds contained in Specific Appropriation 1232
   for the purpose of processing rape kits.

1233   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           741,091
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         2,379,702

1234   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          643,183
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,223,100
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           332,000

1235   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          168,960

1236   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,708,433
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,773,712
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           500,000


1237   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OVERTIME
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          294,300
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           404,976
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           150,000

1238   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             6,244
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            60,996

1239   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,000

1240   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          126,190
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             4,013

TOTAL: CRIME LAB SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       43,847,487
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        19,159,652

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      442.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        63,007,139

INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1241  through  1253, the
   Department  of  Law  Enforcement  shall  investigate  all  use  of force
   incidents that result in the death of an inmate who is in the custody of
   the Department of Corrections. This requirement applies to uses of force
   by  a  law  enforcement officer or a correctional officer as those terms
   are defined in section 943.10, Florida Statutes.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations 1241 through 1253, within
   existing and any new resources, the Department of Law Enforcement shall,
   with  the  agreement  of  the  head of the local law enforcement agency,
   investigate  all  use of force incidents that occur within the state and
   that  result in death or serious bodily injury. This requirement applies
   to  uses of force by a law enforcement officer or a correctional officer
   as those terms are defined in section 943.10, Florida Statutes.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         46,333,139

1241   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      726.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       53,531,860
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           168,022
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                        10,771,766

   From  the  funds  provided  in Specific Appropriations 1241, 1243, 1245,
   1251, and 1253, the sum of $1,466,044 from the General Revenue Fund, and
   ten  positions  with  associated  salary  rate  are  provided to perform
   investigations  relating  to  elections  fraud  allegations.  When these
   positions  are not working on election related investigations, they must
   be  utilized  to  accelerate ongoing criminal investigations referred to
   the  department  by  other state agencies or the Chief Inspector General
   prior  to any other assignment. These funds and positions are contingent
   upon HB 7061, or substantially similar legislation, becoming a law.

1242   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          366,164
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           324,508
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           111,108

1243   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,072,261
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           635,647
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           500,000
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,500
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         5,017,668

        FROM FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           300,000

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  1243  from  the
   Forfeiture and Investigative Support Trust Fund, up to $25,000 per case,
   but  not  exceeding $150,000 in total for all cases, may be expended for
   rewards  leading  to  the  capture  of  fugitives,  if  such  funds  are
   available.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1243,  $500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Law  Enforcement  for  the creation of a Law Enforcement
   Hearing  Protection  Pilot  Program.  The department shall competitively
   procure   a   commercial-off-the-shelf,   completely  in  canal  hearing
   protection  product with a minimum noise reduction rating of 25 decibels
   and  a  maximum  output  of  80  decibels, to protect the hearing of law
   enforcement  officers.   Upon  completion of the competitive procurement
   the  department  shall  make the hearing protection available to any law
   enforcement agency in the state on a first come, first served basis.

1244   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          179,994
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           228,309
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           200,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,690,000
        FROM FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           200,000

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1244, $62,500 in nonrecurring
   funds  from the General Revenue Fund is provided for the Escambia County
   Sheriff's Office Training Simulator (HB 2019) (Senate Form 2801).

1245   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          537,091
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           600,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           445,000

1246   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,663,819
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           320,151
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            25,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,870,396
        FROM FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

1247   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       DOMESTIC SECURITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          850,267
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,522,672
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           500,000

1248   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SPECIAL PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       21,899,179
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           240,000
        FROM FORFEITURE AND INVESTIGATIVE
         SUPPORT TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           300,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1248,  $6,351,392  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   following projects:

     Alzheimer's Project - Bringing the Lost Home (HB 3763)....     200,000
     Broward County Sheriff's Office Digital Forensic Unit
       Expansion (HB 3419) (Senate Form 2133)..................     505,481
     Cape Coral Tactical Intelligence and Analytics Center (HB
       4579)...................................................     375,000
     Chattahoochee Police Station Communications Upgrades (HB
       4389) (Senate Form 1778)................................      85,000
     Community, Cops, Courts & State Attorney Violent Crime
       Intervention (HB 2101) (Senate Form 1687)...............     492,411
     First Responder Behavioral Intervention Telehealth Pilot

       Project (HB 3725) (Senate Form 2520)....................     750,000
     Homestead Law Enforcement Technology Upgrades: Community
       Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Account (HB 3603)
       (Senate Form 1443)......................................     500,000
     K9s United (HB 3049) (Senate Form 1011)...................     200,000
     Lauderhill Gun Violence Reduction (HB 2825) (Senate Form
       1681)...................................................     356,000
     Leon County Sheriff's Office Behavioral, Health, and
       Occupational Wellness Program (HB 9347) (Senate Form
       2217)...................................................     187,500
     North Miami Beach Police Department Solving Cold Cases
       Using New Technology (HB 3213) (Senate Form 1923).......     100,000
     Pasco County Sheriff's Office Community Outreach and
       Engagement Initiative (HB 2009) (Senate Form 1003)......     150,000
     Project Cold Case (HB 3971) (Senate Form 1676)............     150,000
     Rapid DNA Local Government Grant (Senate Form 2293).......     500,000
     Regional Crime Prevention Strategy (HB 3315) (Senate Form
       1414)...................................................     525,000
     Riviera Beach Mobile Command Center (HB 9037) (Senate
       Form 2251)..............................................     500,000
     Sunrise Community Regional Policing - Crime Prevention
       Program (HB 2581) (Senate Form 1645)....................     375,000
     Tampa Police Department Bomb Squad Response Vehicle (HB
       4353) (Senate Form 1431)................................     200,000
     Wandering Rescue and Prevention Project (HB 3363) (Senate
       Form 1038)..............................................     200,000

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1248,  $15,047,787  in
   recurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for salary
   increases  for  deputy  sheriffs  and  correctional officers employed by
   sheriff's  offices  in  fiscally  constrained  counties,  as  defined in
   section 218.67(1), Florida Statutes, as follows:

     Baker County Sheriff's Office.............................     223,000
     Bradford County Sheriff's Office..........................     535,000
     Calhoun County Sheriff's Office...........................     330,773
     Columbia County Sheriff's Office..........................   1,047,014
     Desoto County Sheriff's Office............................     397,000
     Dixie County Sheriff's Office.............................     525,000
     Franklin County Sheriff's Office..........................     410,000
     Gadsden County Sheriff's Office...........................     500,000
     Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office.........................     370,000
     Glades County Sheriff's Office............................     293,000
     Gulf County Sheriff's Office..............................     188,000
     Hamilton County Sheriff's Office..........................     206,500
     Hardee County Sheriff's Office............................     275,000
     Hendry County Sheriff's Office............................     598,000
     Highlands County Sheriff's Office.........................     945,000
     Holmes County Sheriff's Office............................     635,000
     Jackson County Sheriff's Office...........................     990,000
     Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.........................     261,000
     Lafayette County Sheriff's Office.........................     296,000
     Levy County Sheriff's Office..............................     825,000
     Liberty County Sheriff's Office...........................     476,000
     Madison County Sheriff's Office...........................     487,000
     Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office........................     822,500
     Putnam County Sheriff's Office............................   1,125,000
     Suwannee County Sheriff's Office..........................     604,000
     Taylor County Sheriff's Office............................     289,000
     Union County Sheriff's Office.............................     295,800
     Wakulla County Sheriff's Office...........................     653,200
     Washington County Sheriff's Office........................     445,000

   Funds  shall  be distributed in quarterly advances and reconciled at the
   conclusion  of each state fiscal year. By October 1, 2022, the sheriff's
   offices shall report to the Florida Sheriff's Association how funds were
   distributed to officers.

1249   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OVERTIME
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           314,125
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,250
        FROM FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000


1250   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          557,408
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            97,841
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           412,297

1251   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          544,901
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            80,592

1252   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           72,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             2,400

1253   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          210,697
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            27,773

1253A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
        NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       56,005,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1253A are provided for the following
   nonrecurring fixed capital outlay projects:

     Bay County Jail Bed Expansion for Substance Abuse Program
       (HB 9067) (Senate Form 2226)............................   1,500,000
     Center for the Recovery of Missing and Endangered Persons
       (Senate Form 2057)......................................   3,200,000
     City of Belle Isle Emergency Operations Center (HB 4659)
       (Senate Form 1344)......................................   1,750,000
     City of Punta Gorda - Training Structure (HB 9123)
       (Senate Form 2118)......................................     175,000
     City of South Miami New Police Station (HB 4609) (Senate
       Form 1254)..............................................   3,500,000
     City of Starke Police Department Roof and Electrical
       Hardening (HB 4703) (Senate Form 2033)..................     207,500
     Clay County Jail Expansion (HB 3973) (Senate Form 1567)...   1,000,000
     District 1 Medical Examiner's Facility Planning and
       Design (HB 4883) (Senate Form 2509).....................     500,000
     Escambia County Old Jail Building Repairs Study (HB 4567)
       (Senate Form 2545)......................................      80,000
     Hardee County Sheriff's Administration Facility Expansion
       (HB 3077) (Senate Form 2498)............................     500,000
     Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Regional K9 Training
       and Boarding Facility (HB 2927) (Senate Form 2313)......   2,000,000
     Kissimmee - Public Safety Training Support Annex (HB
       2447) (Senate Form 1356)................................     500,000
     Liberty County Jail Improvements (HB 9361) (Senate Form
       1817)...................................................  22,000,000
     Martin County Police Athletic League (HB 2105) (Senate
       Form 1679)..............................................     500,000
     Northeast Florida Regional Public Safety Training
       Facility - Phase 2 (HB 3033) (Senate Form 1847).........   5,950,000
     Pinellas County Sheriff Pursuit Driver Training Facility
       (HB 2991) (Senate Form 2511)............................   4,885,000
     Polk County Medical Examiner's Emergency Generator
       Replacement (HB 2455) (Senate Form 2503)................     140,000
     Taylor County Sheriff's Office Jail (HB 9389) (Senate
       Form 1794)..............................................   4,617,500
     Union County Public Safety Complex (HB 4719) (Senate Form
       2034)...................................................   3,000,000


TOTAL: INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      146,490,641
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        27,114,025

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      726.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       173,604,666

MUTUAL AID AND PREVENTION SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,260,648

1254   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       17.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,215,650
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           611,495

1255   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           77,251
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            50,000

1256   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,441

1257   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,561

1258   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            5,693
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                               111

TOTAL: MUTUAL AID AND PREVENTION SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        1,310,596
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                           661,606

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       17.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         1,972,202

PROGRAM: CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION PROGRAM

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1259  through  1277, the
   Department  of  Law  Enforcement,  as  defined  in the Federal Bureau of
   Investigation's  Criminal  Justice  Information Services (CJIS) Security
   Policy,  serves as the lead CJIS Systems Agency for the state of Florida
   and  shall  enable  Florida  law  enforcement  entities  to  choose from
   multiple  service  providers  that  offer  cloud services, as defined in
   section 282.0041, Florida Statutes, that enable these entities to comply
   with the CJIS Security Policy.

INFORMATION NETWORK SERVICES TO THE LAW
ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,834,671

1259   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      118.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          342,424
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            73,370
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         9,228,808

1260   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           181,720
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           154,630

1261   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           38,890
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            50,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         7,196,379

1262   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,691,018


1263   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              599
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           300,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                        10,294,157

1264   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             1,608
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            23,084

1265   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            10,000

1266   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,040
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            31,980

TOTAL: INFORMATION NETWORK SERVICES TO THE LAW
       ENFORCEMENT COMMUNITY
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .          387,953
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        29,536,754

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      118.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        29,924,707

PREVENTION AND CRIME INFORMATION SERVICES

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1267  through  1277, the
   Department  of  Law Enforcement shall submit quarterly status reports on
   the implementation of the Criminal Justice Data Transparency and Uniform
   Arrest Affidavit projects.  The department shall submit these reports to
   the  Executive Office of the Governor's Office of Policy and Budget, the
   chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the chair of the House of
   Representatives   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  Florida  Digital
   Service.  Each  report  shall provide data sharing progress made to date
   for each contributor and detail any systems implementation issues.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,903,088

1267   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      320.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,902,063
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           217,446
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                        17,900,314

1268   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .               52
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           654,061
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           186,748

1269   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,476,756
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           658,962
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         2,043,342

1270   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           489,099
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            20,000

1271   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            93,168

1272   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA INCIDENT BASED REPORTING SYSTEM
        (FIBRS)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,645,722
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,911,832

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1272 are provided to the Department of
   Law Enforcement to complete the Florida Incident Based Reporting System.

   The  Department  of  Law Enforcement shall submit a detailed operational
   work  plan,  monthly  spend  plan,  and  quarterly status reports to the
   Executive  Office  of  the  Governor's  Office of Policy and Budget, the
   chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the chair of the House of
   Representatives   Appropriations  Committee,  and  the  Florida  Digital
   Service.  The  operational  work  plan  and  monthly spend plan shall be
   submitted  by  September  1,  2022, and identify all work activities and
   costs  budgeted  for  Fiscal  Year  2022-2023.  Each  status report must
   include  progress  made to date for each project milestone, deliverable,
   and  task order, planned and actual completion dates, planned and actual
   costs incurred, and any current project issues and risks.

1273   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,191,862
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         4,574,955
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         4,029,616

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1273,  $350,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund and $2,914,092 in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the Federal Grants Trust Fund are provided to
   the   Department   of  Law  Enforcement  to  procure  deliverables-based
   contracted  services for the replacement of the Biometric Identification
   System.  The  Department  of  Law  Enforcement  shall  submit a detailed
   operational  work  plan,  a  monthly  spend  plan,  and quarterly status
   reports  to  the Executive Office of the Governor's Office of Policy and
   Budget,  the  chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, the chair of
   the  House  of Representatives Appropriations Committee, and the Florida
   Digital  Service. The operational work plan and monthly spend plan shall
   be  submitted  by September 1, 2022 and identify all work activities and
   costs  budgeted  for  Fiscal  Year  2022-2023.  Each  status report must
   include  progress  made to date for each project milestone, deliverable,
   and  task order, planned and actual completion dates, planned and actual
   costs incurred, and any current project issues and risks.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1273,  $3,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Law  Enforcement  to  implement  criminal  justice  data
   collection   and  reporting  that  complies  with  sections  900.05  and
   943.6871,  Florida Statutes.  The funds shall be placed in reserve.  The
   department  is authorized to submit budget amendments to request release
   of  funds  held  in  reserve  pursuant to the provisions of chapter 216,
   Florida  Statutes.   Release  is  contingent upon approval of a detailed
   operational work plan and monthly spend plan that identifies all project
   work and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year 2022-2023.

1274   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             7,803
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            74,134

1275   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             5,160

1276   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            2,000
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            15,600

1276A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AID - CRIMINAL JUSTICE DATA
        TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,000,000

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1276A,  $5,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of Law Enforcement to provide technical assistance grants to
   local law enforcement agencies and county detention facilities to assist
   with  updating Jail Management Systems to provide compatibility with the
   criminal  justice data collection and reporting requirements that comply
   with sections 900.05 and 943.6871, Florida Statutes.  The funds shall be
   placed  in  reserve.   The  department  is  authorized  to submit budget
   amendments  to  request release of the funds held in reserve pursuant to
   the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes.


1277   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            8,078
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            84,633

TOTAL: PREVENTION AND CRIME INFORMATION SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       17,226,533
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        32,966,873

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      320.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        50,193,406

PROGRAM: CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONALISM

LAW ENFORCEMENT STANDARDS COMPLIANCE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,754,275

1278   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       50.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          251,321
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                         3,662,257
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            10,807

1279   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          178,978

1280   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          350,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            64,300

1281   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            47,000

1282   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          100,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            35,000

1283   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            17,693
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                            16,575

1285   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SPECIAL EDUCATION AND
        TECHNICAL TRAINING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,439,200

1286   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,500

1287   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                            15,468

TOTAL: LAW ENFORCEMENT STANDARDS COMPLIANCE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        7,325,999
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,869,100

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       50.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        11,195,099

LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION
SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,040,882


1288   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       54.00
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                         4,117,022

1289   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          127,841

1290   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,200,000

1291   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           45,000

1292   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          725,000

1293   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            64,671
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                            33,232

1294   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,360

1295   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            6,000

1296   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDARDS
         AND TRAINING TRUST FUND . . . . . .                            16,148

TOTAL: LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION
       SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        2,113,201
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,231,073

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       54.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         6,344,274

TOTAL: LAW ENFORCEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      226,003,626
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       161,633,146

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,954.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       387,636,772
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      112,416,102

LEGAL AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF, AND ATTORNEY GENERAL

PROGRAM: OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

VICTIM SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,553,515

1297   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      129.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          166,412
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,121,113
        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                           270,135
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,080,404
        FROM FLORIDA CRIME PREVENTION
         TRAINING INSTITUTE REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           389,989

1298   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           52,738
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            76,603

        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                            70,678
        FROM FLORIDA CRIME PREVENTION
         TRAINING INSTITUTE REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,025

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriations  1298,  1299,  and  1304,
   $350,000 in recurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to
   support  the Florida Council on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys,
   as authorized in section 16.615, Florida Statutes.

1299   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          234,081
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           982,792
        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                            40,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            50,000
        FROM FLORIDA CRIME PREVENTION
         TRAINING INSTITUTE REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           228,373

1300   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           123,407
        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,380
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,286
        FROM FLORIDA CRIME PREVENTION
         TRAINING INSTITUTE REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             7,695

1301   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AWARDS TO CLAIMANTS
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        16,000,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         9,600,000

1302   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       VICTIM SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          700,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1302, $200,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided for Quigley House to
   provide  services  to victims of sexual and domestic violence (recurring
   base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1302, $500,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the General Revenue Fund is provided to the Florida Council
   Against  Sexual  Violence  (recurring  base  appropriations project). At
   least 95 percent of the funds provided shall be distributed to certified
   rape  crisis centers to provide services statewide for victims of sexual
   assault.

1303   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CHILD ADVOCACY CENTERS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,693,240

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1303, $3,500,000 in recurring
   funds and $1,500,000 in nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund
   shall be allocated to the Children's Advocacy Centers throughout Florida
   for  the  reimbursement of expenses incurred in providing child advocacy
   center  services  (recurring  base  appropriations project) (Senate Form
   2752).  An advance payment equal to one-fourth of the allocation will be
   provided,  upon  request, and the Florida Network of Children's Advocacy
   Centers  will  invoice  against  the advance in the final quarter of the
   fiscal year.

   The  funds  shall  be  distributed  to the Florida Network of Children's
   Advocacy  Centers,  Inc., whose Board of Directors shall develop funding
   criteria  and  an  allocation  methodology  that  ensures  an  equitable
   distribution  of those funds among network participant centers that meet
   the  standards  set  forth  in  section  39.3035,  Florida Statutes. The
   criteria and methodologies shall take into account factors that include,
   but  need  not  be  limited  to,  the Center's accreditation status with
   respect to the National Children's Alliance, the child population of the
   area  being  served  by the children's advocacy center and the number of
   children provided a core service by the Children's Advocacy Center. By a
   majority  vote  of  the  Board  of  Directors  of the Florida Network of
   Children's Advocacy Centers funds may be reallocated throughout the year

   as needed.

   This  funding may not be used to supplant local government reductions in
   Children's  Advocacy Center funding. Child Advocacy Centers must certify
   each  fiscal year that funds from this appropriation are not supplanting
   local governmental funds.

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 1303, the Florida Network of
   Children's  Advocacy Centers may spend up to $213,240 for administration
   and  up to $80,000 for contract monitoring and oversight (recurring base
   appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1303, $300,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  shall  be  used  for  forensic
   interviews,  specialized interviews, and medical assessments shared with
   child  protection  teams operating in Children's Advocacy Centers. These
   funds  may not be used for administrative support and may not be used to
   supplant  funding  for  the  child  protection  program  operated by the
   Department of Health (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1303, $100,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided for additional child
   advocacy  services in Walton County and shall be added to the allocation
   of  funds  from  this  appropriation  for  the  Walton County Children's
   Advocacy Center (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1303, the Department of Legal
   Affairs must provide to the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee
   and  the  chair of the House of Representatives Appropriations Committee
   by  July  15,  2022, the contract between the department and the Florida
   Network  of  Children's  Advocacy  Centers,  the  Fiscal  Year 2022-2023
   budgets  submitted by the local child advocacy centers, and the approved
   allocation  of  funds  to  the  local  children's  advocacy centers. The
   Department of Legal Affairs must provide monthly reports that detail the
   requests  for  monthly  payments  submitted by local children's advocacy
   centers and the status of those requests for reimbursement.

1304   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,436,000
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            45,243
        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           100,000
        FROM FLORIDA CRIME PREVENTION
         TRAINING INSTITUTE REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           208,408

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1304, $1,660,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund is provided to the Monique Burr
   Foundation  (MBF)  Child  Safety  Matters  Prevention  Education program
   (recurring base appropriations project).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1304, $800,000 in recurring
   funds  from the General Revenue Fund is provided to the Florida Sheriffs
   Association  (recurring  base appropriations project). These funds shall
   be  used  to  enhance  Crisis  Intervention  Team (CIT) training for law
   enforcement  and  correctional  officers  in local sheriff's offices and
   police  departments. The training must include evidence-based approaches
   designed  to  improve  the outcomes of law enforcement interactions with
   persons  who  have  mental  health  issues.  Agencies who have conducted
   minimal  or  no  CIT training must be given priority for training. Local
   law enforcement agencies may use the funds to pay necessary expenditures
   resulting from a demonstrated financial hardship that currently prevents
   officers  from  receiving  CIT  training.  Funds can also be provided to
   local  community  mental  health  providers  to  provide  additional CIT
   training  in  partnership with local law enforcement agencies. A maximum
   of  $75,000  of  these  funds  may  be  used  by  the  Florida  Sheriffs
   Association to hire a contract coordinator.

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1304, $700,000 in recurring
   funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided for the Bridging Freedom
   Program in Pasco County to provide individualized, holistic, therapeutic
   safe  homes for children traumatized by child sex trafficking (recurring
   base appropriations project).


1304A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SPECIAL PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,491,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1304A are provided for the following
   programs:

     Big Brothers Big Sisters Bigs In Blue Mentoring Project
       (HB 2707) (Senate Form 1163)............................   1,000,000
     Cuban American Bar Association Pro Bono Project, Inc. (HB
       4641) (Senate Form 1010)................................     500,000
     Florida Alliance to End Human Trafficking - Awareness
       Training (HB 3291) (Senate Form 1332)...................     500,000
     Haitian Lawyers Association (HB 4037) (Senate Form 1331)..     250,000
     Legal Services of the Puerto Rican Community (HB 2061)
       (Senate Form 1059)......................................     250,000
     Nancy J. Cotterman Center Advocacy Program (HB 2751)
       (Senate Form 1643)......................................     306,000
     NISSI Short-term Immediate Care Facility and Response
       Team for Victims of Human Trafficking (HB 3381) (Senate
       Form 2200)..............................................     435,000
     Open Doors - Voices for Florida (HB 3021) (Senate Form
       1718)...................................................   1,000,000
     Selah Freedom Sex Trafficking and Exploitation Victims
       Programs and Services (HB 4671) (Senate Form 2006)......   1,000,000
     The NO MORE Foundation - Human Trafficking Capacity
       Expansion in Tampa Bay (HB 2339) (Senate Form 2678).....     500,000
     Transitional Housing for Survivors of Human Trafficking
       (HB 2747) (Senate Form 2416)............................     500,000
     Virgil Hawkins Florida Chapter Bar Association (HB 4819)
       (Senate Form 1914)......................................     250,000

1305   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MINORITY COMMUNITIES
        CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,079,247

   Recurring  funds from the General Revenue Fund in Specific Appropriation
   1305  are  provided  to  the  following  recurring  base  appropriations
   projects:

     Community Coalition, Inc..................................     950,000
     Adult Mankind Organization, Inc...........................     950,000
     The Urban League of Broward County, Inc...................   3,179,247

1306   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - CRIME STOPPERS
        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                         4,400,000

1307   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - JUSTICE COALITION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          150,000

1308   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            44,364
        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,546
        FROM FLORIDA CRIME PREVENTION
         TRAINING INSTITUTE REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,062

1309   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - VICTIM ASSISTANCE
        SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                       144,025,280

1310   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              557
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            35,200
        FROM CRIME STOPPERS TRUST FUND . . .                               491

        FROM FLORIDA CRIME PREVENTION
         TRAINING INSTITUTE REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,542

TOTAL: VICTIM SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       22,003,275
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       184,916,016

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      129.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       206,919,291

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          8,380,327

1311   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      157.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,175,318
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         4,063,065
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,331
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            11,712

1312   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           82,072
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           168,368

1313   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          991,277
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           904,529
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            30,000

1314   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           84,961
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           472,801

1315   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ATTORNEY GENERAL'S LAW LIBRARY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          565,476
        FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,800

1316   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          109,173

1317   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OF THE YEAR
        PROGRAM AND VICTIM SERVICES RECOGNITION
        AWARDS PROGRAM
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            20,000

1318   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          119,807
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            53,268
        FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            73,200
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             2,000

1319   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           45,080
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            30,032

1320   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              292
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             3,696

1321   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           30,882
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            14,755


1322   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       OTHER DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,566,453
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,637,794

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       10,770,791
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         7,490,351

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      157.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        18,261,142

CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LITIGATION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         49,464,475

1323   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      851.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       29,300,984
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             7,466
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        13,087,468
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                        17,739,883
        FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        11,731,411
        FROM MOTOR VEHICLE WARRANTY TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,856,632
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,239,241

1324   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          162,705
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           130,100
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            26,556
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                         1,098,829
        FROM MOTOR VEHICLE WARRANTY TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,432

1325   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,690,340
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,820,822
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,000
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                         2,103,217
        FROM MOTOR VEHICLE WARRANTY TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           431,445
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           132,830

1326   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          313,745
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           303,530
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,000
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                           667,391
        FROM MOTOR VEHICLE WARRANTY TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            44,114

1327   LUMP SUM
       ATTORNEY GENERAL RESERVE POSITIONS FOR
        AGENCY CONTRACTS
                                   POSITIONS       50.00

   The  positions  in  Specific  Appropriation  1327  shall  be released as
   necessary  to  allow the Office of the Attorney General to contract with
   state agencies to provide legal representation.

1328   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           53,927
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           299,250
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                            68,823

1329   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       MEDICAID FRAUD INFORMANT REWARDS
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                         1,000,000


1330   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ANTITRUST INVESTIGATIONS
        FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,577,506

1331   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          282,884
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,769,731
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           500,000
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                         1,743,399
        FROM MOTOR VEHICLE WARRANTY TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           154,281
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           275,000

1332   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONSUMER PROTECTION LITIGATION
        FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,268,965

1333   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LITIGATION EXPENSES
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                           262,500

1334   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          216,498
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           262,488
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                           174,661
        FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           115,684
        FROM MOTOR VEHICLE WARRANTY TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             7,802

1335   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           62,376
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            97,661

1336   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,053
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                               351
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                             1,068

1337   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          106,516
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            53,619
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                            61,481
        FROM LEGAL AFFAIRS REVOLVING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            36,992
        FROM MOTOR VEHICLE WARRANTY TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,703
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                               325

1338   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       OTHER DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,483
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            35,000
        FROM LEGAL SERVICES TRUST FUND . . .                           223,053

1339   DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              503


TOTAL: CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LITIGATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       34,204,014
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        72,458,710

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      901.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       106,662,724

PROGRAM: OFFICE OF STATEWIDE PROSECUTION

PROSECUTION OF MULTI-CIRCUIT ORGANIZED CRIME

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,444,132

1340   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       89.50
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,854,653
        FROM CRIMES COMPENSATION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,452
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           297,913
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           309,515

1341   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATEWIDE PROSECUTION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,437,755
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            39,602
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                           784,444

1342   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           22,283
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                               844

1343   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .              936

1344   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           26,508
        FROM OPERATING TRUST FUND  . . . . .                             1,937

TOTAL: PROSECUTION OF MULTI-CIRCUIT ORGANIZED CRIME
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       10,342,135
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,435,707

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       89.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        11,777,842

PROGRAM: FLORIDA ELECTIONS COMMISSION

CAMPAIGN FINANCE AND ELECTION FRAUD ENFORCEMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE            977,970

1345   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       17.00
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,376,926

1346   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            78,324

1347   EXPENSES
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           319,455

1348   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,000

1349   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,675


1350   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           272,533

1351   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            11,930

1352   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM ELECTIONS COMMISSION TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,971

TOTAL: CAMPAIGN FINANCE AND ELECTION FRAUD ENFORCEMENT
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         2,076,814

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       17.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         2,076,814

FLORIDA GAMING CONTROL COMMISSION

PROGRAM: GAMING ENFORCEMENT

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,059,974

1353   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       56.00
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,677,533

1354   EXPENSES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,710,473

1355   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           357,492

1356   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO THE OFFICE OF THE STATE
        ATTORNEY - SLOT INVESTIGATIONS AND
        PROSECUTIONS
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           268,947

1357   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,016,317

1358   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            17,083

1359   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND
        PROFESSIONAL REGULATION - INFORMATION
        TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           680,243

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1359  are  provided  to  the Florida
   Gaming  Control  Commission  to  pay for information technology services
   provided  by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. The
   funds  shall  be  held in reserve. Upon the execution of a Memorandum of
   Understanding  between the commission and the department, the commission
   is  authorized to submit budget amendments for release of funds pursuant
   to chapter 216, Florida Statutes.


1359A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,000

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         9,738,088

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       56.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         9,738,088

GAMING ENFORCEMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,251,095

1360   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       20.00
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,930,246

1361   EXPENSES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           476,555

1363   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           360,000

1364   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           103,000

1365   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PATROL
        VEHICLES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            45,000

1366   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            21,600

1366A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATEWIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT RADIO SYSTEM -
        PURCHASE OF NEW RADIOS
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           129,539

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1366A  are  provided  to the Florida
   Gaming   Control   Commission   (Commission)   to  purchase  radios  and
   accessories  that operate on the Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System.
   All radios purchased must be able to operate dual mode on both P25 Phase
   2  and  EDACS EA land mobile radio support systems. The Commission shall
   coordinate  the  purchase of law enforcement radios and accessories with
   the Department of Management Services.

1367   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,101

TOTAL: GAMING ENFORCEMENT
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         3,072,041

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       20.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         3,072,041

PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,824,529


1368   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       59.00
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         4,240,360

1369   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,453,917

1370   EXPENSES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           653,747

1371   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            13,032

1372   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            40,002

1373   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            27,317

1374   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            62,000

1375   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           113,905

1376   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,063

1377   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RACING ANIMAL MEDICAL RESEARCH
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1377  shall  be utilized pursuant to
   section 550.2415, Florida Statutes.

1378   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PARI-MUTUEL LABORATORY CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,916,000

1379   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            36,550

1380   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACT FOR PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING
        COMPLIANCE AND AUDIT SYSTEM
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           296,476

TOTAL: PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         8,963,369

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       59.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         8,963,369

SLOT MACHINE REGULATION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          2,291,749


1381   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       50.00
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,419,211

1382   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            42,432

1383   EXPENSES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           275,248

1384   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            10,863

1385   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            40,000

1386   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       COMPULSIVE AND ADDICTIVE GAMBLING
        PREVENTION CONTRACT
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,250,000

1387   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            12,000

1388   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,743

1389   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             8,563

1390   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEASE OR LEASE-PURCHASE OF EQUIPMENT
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,848

1391   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            14,836

TOTAL: SLOT MACHINE REGULATION
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         5,101,744

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       50.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         5,101,744

TOTAL: LEGAL AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF, AND ATTORNEY GENERAL
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       77,320,215
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       295,252,840

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,478.50
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       372,573,055
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .       81,247,766


TOTAL OF SECTION 4

       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .    5,403,690,531

       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       853,458,056

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .   40,890.00

         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     6,257,148,587

SECTION 5 - NATURAL RESOURCES/ENVIRONMENT/GROWTH MANAGEMENT/TRANSPORTATION
SPECIFIC
APPROPRIATION

SECTION 5 - NATURAL RESOURCES/ENVIRONMENT/GROWTH MANAGEMENT/TRANSPORTATION

   The moneys contained herein are appropriated from the named funds to the
   Department   of   Agriculture   and  Consumer  Services,  Department  of
   Environmental Protection, Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and
   Department  of  Transportation  as  the  amounts  to  be used to pay the
   salaries,  other  operational  expenditures, and fixed capital outlay of
   the named agencies.

AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF,
AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE

PROGRAM: OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER AND
ADMINISTRATION

AGRICULTURAL LAW ENFORCEMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         15,630,134

1392   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      302.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       18,491,101
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,423,392
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         1,961,665
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,099,037

1393   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           92,904

1394   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,640,918
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           209,425
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           258,371
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            50,820

1395   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       DOMESTIC MARIJUANA ERADICATION PROGRAM
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           500,000

1396   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          125,747
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            18,687

1397   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,313,229
        FROM FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            24,300

1397A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
        ERADICATION TRUST FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,313,229

1398   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          231,408
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            11,500
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            25,000

1399   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          553,638

1400   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          106,242
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            23,916


1401   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           67,977
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,883
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             5,108
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                               486

TOTAL: AGRICULTURAL LAW ENFORCEMENT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       22,623,164
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         6,931,819

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      302.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        29,554,983

AGRICULTURAL WATER POLICY COORDINATION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,843,100

1402   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       69.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          805,316
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           113,764
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         4,876,089

1403   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          150,170
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           531,003

1404   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       OKEECHOBEE RESTORATION AGRICULTURAL
        PROJECTS
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         5,000,000

1405   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          345,770

1406   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       NITRATE RESEARCH AND REMEDIATION
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           615,872

1407   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             7,956

1408   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AGRICULTURAL NONPOINT SOURCES BEST
        MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IMPLEMENTATION
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           885,852
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        34,103,960

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1408, $1,500,000 in recurring
   funds  from the Land Acquisition Trust Fund is provided for water supply
   planning and conservation.

1409   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,051
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            15,758

TOTAL: AGRICULTURAL WATER POLICY COORDINATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        1,304,307
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        46,150,254

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       69.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        47,454,561

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         11,113,635


1410   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      193.25
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,780,227
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         7,060,610
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             4,239
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           997,661
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         1,425,717

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 1410, seven positions with
   associated  salary rate and $757,039 in recurring funds from the General
   Revenue  Fund are provided to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer
   Services  for procurement, facility management, and contract management.
   These  funds  and positions shall be placed in reserve. After January 1,
   2023,   the   department  is  authorized  to  submit  budget  amendments
   requesting  release  of  positions  and  funds  pursuant to chapter 216,
   Florida Statutes.

1411   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          106,368
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            49,247

1412   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           76,034
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,452,191
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           157,532
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            51,881

1413   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,000

1413A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
        ERADICATION TRUST FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,958,171

1414   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            66,884

1415   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          970,000
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           618,000
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           900,574

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1415,  $965,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Florida Green Jobs Youth Initiative (HB 4103)(Senate Form 1837).

1416   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           22,135
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            89,057

1417   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SALARY INCENTIVE PAYMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,500

1418   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            84,000

1418A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONNER COMPLEX TALLAHASSEE - PLANNING,
        DESIGN AND ENGINEERING
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1418A,  $1,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of  Agriculture and Consumer Services to conduct a study for
   the  planning,  design,  and  engineering  of  a new department facility
   located  at  the Conner Complex in Tallahassee, Florida. The study shall
   evaluate  moving  employees  from current leased facilities and the Mayo
   Building,  to  a  new  energy  efficient  facility at the Conner Complex
   located in Tallahassee.


1419   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           32,928
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            17,246
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                               608
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             3,277

1419A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       FLORIDA STATE FAIR AUTHORITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,000,000

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       13,963,363
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        12,978,724

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      193.25
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        26,942,087

DIVISION OF LICENSING

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,705,053

1420   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      385.00
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        22,649,192

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1420 through 1426, $5,304,802
   in  recurring funds and $372,487 in nonrecurring funds from the Division
   of  Licensing Trust Fund, and 83 full time positions are provided to the
   Division  of Licensing within the Department of Agriculture and Consumer
   Services.  Funds shall be used exclusively to provide increased capacity
   to process concealed weapon licenses.

1421   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,724,390

1422   EXPENSES
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,181,866

1423   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           349,130

1424   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        14,330,177

1425   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            72,802

1426   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           108,398

TOTAL: DIVISION OF LICENSING
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        44,415,955

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      385.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        44,415,955

OFFICE OF ENERGY

     APPROVED SALARY RATE            633,481


1427   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       14.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          519,348
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           686,218

1428   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           137,207

1429   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           47,212
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           380,000

1430   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,500

1431   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            52,687

1432   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - BIO-FUEL INFRASTRUCTURE
        PARTNERSHIP (BIP) - UNITED STATES
        DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,674,216

1433   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,107

1434   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            1,511
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,261

1435   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY SPECIAL
        PROJECTS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,500,000

TOTAL: OFFICE OF ENERGY
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .          568,071
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         6,436,196

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       14.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         7,004,267

PROGRAM: FOREST AND RESOURCE PROTECTION

FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         49,121,016

1436   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS    1,190.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          856,120
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         2,090,816
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,209,670
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                         7,097,264
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        66,441,418

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1436,  ten positions with
   associated  salary  rate  and  $856,120 in recurring funds from the Land
   Acquisition Trust Fund are provided to the Department of Agriculture and
   Consumer  Services  for  land  acquisition  activities.  These funds and
   positions  shall  be  placed  in  reserve.  After  January  1, 2023, the
   department  is authorized to submit budget amendments requesting release
   of funds pursuant to chapter 216, Florida Statutes.

1437   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           555,390
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                           518,541
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           995,417


1438   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          108,620
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           942,803
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                         4,974,124
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         8,107,814

1439   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL PROGRAM
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           565,930

1440   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - VOLUNTEER FIRE
        ASSISTANCE
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           275,763

1441   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - RURAL COMMUNITY FIRE
        PROTECTION
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            72,589

1442   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       STATE FOREST RECEIPT DISTRIBUTION
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                           595,000

1443   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           617,775
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           232,299

1444   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       ROADS, BRIDGES, AND STREAM CROSSING
        MAINTENANCE - DIVISION OF FORESTRY
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         4,894,964

1444A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       EMERGENCY WILDFIRE MANAGEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       93,788,361

   Funds  in Specific Appropriation 1444A are provided to the Department of
   Agriculture  and  Consumer  Services  to  manage  active wildfire events
   including  post  event  cleanup.   These  funds  may  also  be  used for
   activities  that  reduce  or  prevent  future  wildland  fires including
   efforts  to improve land by removing debris that is likely to contribute
   to  the  number,  intensity  and  duration  of  future  wildfires.   The
   department  is  authorized  to  provide  grants  to  other land managing
   agencies  and  water  management  districts  for the purposes previously
   stated.

1445   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS AND CONSTRUCTION -
        STATEWIDE
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         3,490,000

1445A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       REPLACE FORESTRY STATIONS - STATEWIDE
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                           680,000

1446   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FORESTRY WILDFIRE PROTECTION/SUPPRESSION
        EQUIPMENT
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                           156,868
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        17,001,941

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1446,  the  Department of
   Agriculture  and  Consumer  Services  shall  replace  the  most critical
   wildfire  suppression equipment first. Any operator controlled equipment
   replaced  must  be  equipped with operator protection systems, including
   enclosed cabs.

1447   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE RECREATION PROGRAM
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                           501,341

1448   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LAND MANAGEMENT
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        14,902,162


1449   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,318,687
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                           477,107
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           802,137

1450   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ON-CALL FEES
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           333,296
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                            10,000

1451   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OVERTIME
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           135,172

1452   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                           578,693
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         2,781,364

1452A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AIRCRAFT PURCHASE
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        26,545,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1452A,  the Department of
   Agriculture   and  Consumer  Services  is  authorized  to  replace  four
   helicopters  and  one  fixed  wing  aircraft  for  wildfire  suppression
   activities.

1452B  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AERIAL PROTECTION PROGRAM
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        15,000,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1452B, the department shall
   create  an  aerial  protection  program  utilizing  drones  for wildfire
   surveillance  and suppression to increase efficiencies in a safe working
   environment.  The  drones  must  be  securely housed in a safe location.
   Funds  may  be used to construct infrastructure, a lockbox, or any other
   shelter required for the drones. These funds shall be placed in reserve.
   After  January  1,  2023,  the  department  may submit budget amendments
   requesting  release  of  the  funds,  pursuant  to  chapter 216, Florida
   Statutes.  Release  is  contingent  upon the approval of a detailed plan
   that  identifies how the program will assist in the department's mission
   for forestry management. The plan must include all aspects of the aerial
   protection  program including a certified training curriculum, piloting,
   maintenance, and infrastructure relating to use of the drones.

1453   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            3,051
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                               907
        FROM INCIDENTAL TRUST FUND . . . . .                            30,449
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           302,155

TOTAL: FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       94,756,152
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       185,234,856

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    1,190.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       279,991,008

PROGRAM: AGRICULTURE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION CENTER

OFFICE OF AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          3,085,040

1454   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       54.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          810,080
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            65,189
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         1,993,948
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         1,601,497


1455   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            51,087

1456   EXPENSES
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           263,632
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         3,824,383

1457   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           179,000

1458   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            26,654

1459   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         1,693,585

1460   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ACCOUNTING INFORMATION RESOURCE
        (FLAIR) SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,424,234

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1460 are provided for the planning and
   remediation  tasks  necessary  to integrate agency applications with the
   new  Florida  Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) system.
   The funds shall be placed in reserve. The agency is authorized to submit
   budget  amendments  requesting  release  of  these funds pursuant to the
   provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent upon
   the  approval  of  a  detailed operational work plan and a monthly spend
   plan that identifies all project work and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.  The  agency shall submit quarterly project status reports to
   the  Executive  Office  of the Governor's Office of Policy & Budget, the
   Florida  Digital  Service,  and  the  chair of the Senate Appropriations
   Committee  and  the chair of the House of Representatives Appropriations
   Committee.  Each  status  report  must include progress made to date for
   each  project milestone, deliverable, and task order, planned and actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

1461   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             8,270

1462   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                               299
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             8,706
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             5,711

1463   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       REGULATORY LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
        FROM DIVISION OF LICENSING TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,208,703

TOTAL: OFFICE OF AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        2,234,314
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        10,930,664

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       54.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        13,164,978

PROGRAM: FOOD SAFETY AND QUALITY

FOOD SAFETY INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         12,786,243

1464   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      305.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,309,370
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,767,602
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                        15,180,918


1465   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           54,316
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           134,476
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           228,522

1466   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          487,347
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           732,195
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         1,988,155

1467   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,500
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           250,747
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            37,333

1468   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           22,230
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           183,712

1469   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          354,960
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           470,707
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           365,000

1470   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           62,493
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           123,198

1471   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           11,511
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            67,182

TOTAL: FOOD SAFETY INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,322,727
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        21,529,747

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      305.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        24,852,474

PROGRAM: CONSUMER PROTECTION

AGRICULTURAL ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          8,516,171

1472   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      186.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          832,600
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           489,490
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         8,018,250
        FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . . . .                         3,608,230

1473   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           174,733
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           240,076
        FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . . . .                            12,958

1474   EXPENSES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           538,295
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         1,052,704
        FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . . . .                           394,514

1475   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - OPERATION CLEAN SWEEP
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           100,000

1476   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          177,181
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         2,660,000

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 1476, $230,000 from

   the  General Inspection Trust Fund shall be used to support personnel at
   the   University   of   Florida   Institute  of  Food  and  Agricultural
   Sciences/Florida   Medical  Entomology  Laboratory  to  perform  applied
   research on the control and management of arthropods, and in particular,
   biting arthropods of public health or nuisance importance, including but
   not  limited  to  non-target  effects  of  control  measures;  pesticide
   efficacy  and resistance; disease and vector surveillance, control, risk
   prediction;  emerging  pathogens,  mosquito  surveillance  and  trapping
   systems;  mosquito  ecology,  biology,  population  dynamics and related
   topics.

   From  the  funds  provided in Specific Appropriation 1476, $500,000 from
   the  General  Inspection Trust Fund shall be used for competitive grants
   as  approved  by  the department for applied and basic research into the
   practical  methods  of  control  to  be  used  by local mosquito control
   agencies,  including  research  into  the  prevention  of mosquito-borne
   illnesses.  The  research  may  be conducted by any public university or
   college in Florida.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1476,  $177,181  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Town of Dundee Mosquito Control Program (HB 3851)(Senate Form 1520).

1477   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           104,013

1478   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            90,000

1479   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          102,958
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           496,278
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           235,124
        FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . . . .                           206,425

1480   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           44,794
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            28,585

1480A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
        INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL
        SCIENCES - FERTILIZER RATE STUDY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,763,753

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1480A,  $8,763,753  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   University  of  Florida  Institute  of  Food  and  Agricultural Sciences
   (UF/IFAS)  to  conduct  a study designed to examine the appropriate rate
   for  applying  fertilizer  on  tomatoes,  potatoes,  citrus, corn, green
   beans,  and  any  other  crop identified by (UF/IFAS) as needing further
   research  for  normal  and  economical  crop production. The study shall
   include  recommendations  on  best  management  practices  for supplying
   fertilizer to the crop to achieve maximum yield and quality goals of the
   grower while doing so in a manner that minimizes nutrient inefficiencies
   to  the  environment. Status reports must be submitted biannually to the
   chair  of the Senate Appropriations Committee and the chair of the House
   Appropriations  Committee.  The  reports  must  include progress made to
   date,  planned and actual completion dates, and planned and actual costs
   incurred (HB 3827)(Senate Form 2750).

1481   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,280
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            27,221
        FROM PEST CONTROL TRUST FUND . . . .                            13,221


TOTAL: AGRICULTURAL ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        9,936,566
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        18,490,117

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      186.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        28,426,683

CONSUMER PROTECTION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         11,215,390

1482   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      284.00
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                        16,817,763

1483   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           217,733

1484   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         2,685,257

1485   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           223,437

1486   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           431,202

1487   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           831,533

1488   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           853,511

1489   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            80,174

TOTAL: CONSUMER PROTECTION
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        22,140,610

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      284.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        22,140,610

PROGRAM: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,221,950

1490   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      117.00
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                         3,483,182
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           687,570
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         2,565,566

1491   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                           242,219
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             8,092
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                         1,026,284

1492   EXPENSES
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                           583,880
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           229,982
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           567,529

1493   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                            10,000
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            23,710

1494   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           178,824


1495   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AUTOMATED TESTING EQUIPMENT
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                           101,041

1495A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
        ERADICATION TRUST FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        8,000,000

1495B  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER GENERAL REVENUE TO CITRUS
        INSPECTION TRUST FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,000,000

1496   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CITRUS RESEARCH
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         8,000,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1496,  $3,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Agricultural Emergency Eradication Trust
   Fund  shall  be  transferred  to  the  Citrus  Research  and Development
   Foundation  Inc.,  in  consultation  with  the  Department of Citrus, to
   conduct  or  cause to be conducted, research projects on citrus disease,
   pursuant to section 581.031(32), Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1496,  $5,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Agricultural Emergency Eradication Trust
   Fund  shall  be  transferred  to  the  Citrus  Research  and Development
   Foundation Inc., in consultation with the Department of Citrus, to issue
   a request for proposal to conduct large scale science based plantings to
   demonstrate  the  impact  of  utilizing  a combination of management and
   therapeutic  tools  for  new  plantings,  including, but not limited to,
   grove  design,  planting preparation, pest management, and post planting
   production practices to promote increased production of citrus. At least
   fifty  percent  of  the  appropriated  funds  shall be made available to
   growers  who, for property tax purposes, have citrus groves greater than
   or  equal  to  five acres, but less than 2,500 acres. The grower's first
   draw shall be available at tree deposit.

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1496, the Citrus Research and
   Development  Foundation  Inc.,  shall  hold quarterly public meetings at
   locations  that  best represent all geographic regions of the state with
   an  emphasis  on  citrus  production.  The public meetings shall include
   in-depth reporting on the results of non-confidential completed research
   projects,  current  research  and  planned  research  projects on citrus
   disease,  including  but  not  limited  to,  citrus  canker  and  citrus
   greening.  Scientists,  growers,  industry  representatives,  and Citrus
   Research  and  Development Foundation administrators must be represented
   at  the  public meetings.  Public meetings shall provide the opportunity
   for public input, questions, and comments.

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1496,  outside of direct operational
   and   staffing   costs   within  the  Citrus  Research  and  Development
   Foundation,  shall  not  be  used for any administrative assessment fees
   from external entities.

1497   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                            38,428
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           268,122
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            53,762

1498   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - MARKETING ORDERS
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                         1,980,000
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           669,082

1499   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                            95,257
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           176,905


1500   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                            55,985
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,811
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            16,690

TOTAL: FRUITS AND VEGETABLES INSPECTION AND ENFORCEMENT
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       10,000,000
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        21,063,921

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      117.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        31,063,921

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS MARKETING

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,363,758

1501   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      100.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          518,635
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           647,696
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,810,936
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                         2,505,757
        FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,032,244
        FROM FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
         PROMOTION CAMPAIGN TRUST FUND . . .                            52,169

1502   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            9,279
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            30,355
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            28,865

1503   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           98,541
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           495,649
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           848,391
        FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           154,408
        FROM VITICULTURE TRUST FUND  . . . .                             9,580
        FROM FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
         PROMOTION CAMPAIGN TRUST FUND . . .                           188,858

1504   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            10,500

1504A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS STATE FARMERS'
        MARKETS - STATEWIDE
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           544,000

1504B  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CODE AND LIFE SAFETY - STATE FARMERS'
        MARKETS - STATEWIDE
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                           187,000

1505   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - VITICULTURE PROGRAM
        FROM VITICULTURE TRUST FUND  . . . .                           750,000

1506   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA AGRICULTURE PROMOTION CAMPAIGN
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       19,098,850
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,310,000

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1506,  $18,000,000  in

   recurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is  provided to the
   Department   of  Agriculture  and  Consumer  Services  for  the  Florida
   Agriculture  and Promotion Campaign. From these funds, $15,000,000 shall
   be  placed  in  reserve.  After  January  1,  2023,  the  department  is
   authorized  to  submit  budget  amendments  requesting  release of funds
   pursuant  to  chapter  216,  Florida Statutes. Release of these funds is
   contingent  upon  approval  of  a  detailed plan that identifies how the
   campaign  will  assist  in  the  department's  mission  for promotion of
   agricultural products.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1506,  $1,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Cattle  Enhancement  Board,  Inc.,  to  conduct  programs  and  research
   designed  to  expand  uses of Florida beef and Florida beef products and
   strengthen the market position of Florida's cattle industry in the state
   and in the nation (Senate Form 2625).

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1506, $98,850 in nonrecurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue  Fund  is provided for the 2023 Miami
   International  Agricultural, Horse and Cattle Show (HB 3397)(Senate Form
   2205).

1507   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FEDERAL VALUE OF PRODUCTION SPECIALTY CROP
        GRANT
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         4,274,659

1508   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FEDERAL SUPPORT FOR FLORIDA AGRICULTURE
        PROMOTIONS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           206,586

1509   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,219
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            76,222
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            38,600
        FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           150,000
        FROM FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
         PROMOTION CAMPAIGN TRUST FUND . . .                            75,000

1510   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AGRICULTURAL LEADERSHIP AND EDUCATION
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           300,000

1511   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,724
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             9,801
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            23,699
        FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,947

1511A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
        - STATE OPERATIONS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,500,000

1512   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           15,594
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             1,851
        FROM MARKET IMPROVEMENTS WORKING
         CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . .                            10,677
        FROM SALTWATER PRODUCTS PROMOTION
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,122
        FROM FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
         PROMOTION CAMPAIGN TRUST FUND . . .                               207


1512A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       AGRICULTURAL PROMOTION AND EDUCATION
        FACILITIES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       31,810,000

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1512A,  $31,810,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from the General Revenue Fund shall be used for the
   following:

     Arcadia All-Florida Championship Rodeo....................   1,500,000
     Baker County Agricultural Center..........................     675,000
     Bradford County Fair Association..........................   3,000,000
     Citrus County Fair Association............................     650,000
     Flagler County Agricultural Museum - Pioneer Village......   2,000,000
     Flagler County Agricultural Museum - Welcome Center &
       Greenspace (HB 3583)(Senate Form 2775)..................   4,500,000
     Florida Gateway Fairgrounds...............................   3,368,000
     Hamilton County Arena & Fairgrounds Roof (HB 2121)(Senate
       Form 2149)..............................................     850,000
     Hardee County Fair Association............................     425,000
     Hillsborough County Fair Association......................   1,300,000
     Holmes County Agricultural Center (Senate Form 2464)......     250,000
     Holmes County Extension Facility (Senate Form 2463).......     325,000
     Jackson County Agricultural Center (HB 9273)(Senate Form
       2457)...................................................     700,000
     Jackson County Agricultural Educational Land Laboratory...     328,000
     Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show & Fair....................   1,000,000
     Lake County Agricultural Education and Expo Center (HB
       2679) (Senate Form 1715)................................   2,000,000
     Martin County Fair Association............................     600,000
     Northeast Florida Fair Association........................     990,000
     Okeechobee County Agri-Civic Center.......................     500,000
     Okeechobee County Livestock and Expo Building (HB 4763)
       (Senate Form 2370)......................................   2,000,000
     Pasco County Fairgrounds (Senate Form 2385)...............   2,500,000
     Suwannee County Arena & Civic Center......................     750,000
     Union County Agricultural Education Building..............     750,000
     Washington County Agricultural Center Renovation Project..     149,000
     Washington County Agricultural Center  - Entrance and
       Parking Lot Improvements (HB 3923)(Senate Form 2448)....     700,000

TOTAL: AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS MARKETING
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       51,573,842
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        17,282,779

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      100.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        68,856,621

AQUACULTURE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,993,986

1513   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       44.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,081,880
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           931,253

1514   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            65,994
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            11,768

1515   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          400,173
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            29,000
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           160,966

1516   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           20,000
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            12,600

1516A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            35,049


1516B  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION AND REPLACEMENT OF BOATS,
        MOTORS, AND TRAILERS
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            59,400

1517   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          580,700
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            26,733

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1517,  $500,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Walton  County  Oyster  Revitalization  in  the  Choctawhatchee  Bay (HB
   3899)(Senate Form 2447).

1518   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OYSTER PLANTING
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           160,000

1519   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            8,977
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             4,472

1520   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           10,452
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             3,033

TOTAL: AQUACULTURE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        3,102,182
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         1,500,268

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       44.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         4,602,450

ANIMAL PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,076,008

1521   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      125.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,706,449
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           502,713
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           559,284
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           994,298

1522   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           13,059
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           160,196
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            74,081

1523   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          486,010
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           413,164
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           878,888
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           366,768

1524   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          111,949
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            25,000
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           995,000

1525   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE AGRICULTURAL RESPONSE TEAM (SART)
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          300,000

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1525 are provided to the Department of
   Agriculture  and Consumer Services to coordinate the state's response to
   animal  and  agricultural issues in Florida in the event of an emergency
   or disaster situation.


1526   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           35,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           495,215
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           323,958
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           119,500

1527   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          110,674
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           107,688

1528   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           34,931
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                             4,611
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             2,133

TOTAL: ANIMAL PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        7,798,072
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         6,022,497

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      125.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        13,820,569

PLANT PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         16,509,771

1529   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      402.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       11,072,708
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                           489,777
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         7,558,322
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         3,667,024
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                         2,150,822

1530   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           23,673
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                             1,117
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,223,199
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           297,729
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                           536,535

1531   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,181,860
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                            79,832
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,074,699
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            78,058
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                           724,622

1532   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           216,195
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                            95,006

1533   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           480,172
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           328,600

1534   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCIES (MEDFLY PROGRAM)
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         1,214,177

1535   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - BOLL WEEVIL ERADICATION
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                           150,000


1536   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       APIARIAN INDEMNITIES
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                            36,000

1537   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ENDANGERED PLANT SPECIES
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           216,000

1537A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
        ERADICATION TRUST FUND
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,528,600

1538   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CITRUS HEALTH RESPONSE PROGRAM
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         4,712,469
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                         2,000,000

1538A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CITRUS BUDWOOD NURSERY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,000,000

   Funds  in Specific Appropriation 1538A are provided to the Department of
   Agriculture  and  Consumer  Services to secure an existing greenhouse to
   expand  the  propagation of citrus greening tolerant or resistant citrus
   sinensis  or  citrus  sinensis-like budwood trees and seedlings, and for
   operations and maintenance of the greenhouse.

1539   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PLANT PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,020,295

1540   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          204,481
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                             7,144
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           220,596
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           105,000
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                           228,049

1541   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          359,848
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           122,218

1542   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA/
        INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL
        SCIENCES FOR INVASIVE EXOTICS QUARANTINE
        FACILITY
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                           540,000

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1542 are provided to the University of
   Florida  Institute  of  Food  and Agricultural Sciences for the Invasive
   Exotics Quarantine Facility (recurring base appropriations project).

1543   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       INVASIVE SPECIES CONTROL
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                           500,000

1544   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          119,392
        FROM CITRUS INSPECTION TRUST FUND  .                             7,593
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            10,130
        FROM AGRICULTURAL EMERGENCY
         ERADICATION TRUST FUND  . . . . . .                             2,020
        FROM PLANT INDUSTRY TRUST FUND . . .                            57,076


TOTAL: PLANT PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       17,490,562
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        30,150,476

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      402.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        47,641,038

FOOD, NUTRITION AND WELLNESS

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          5,202,076

1545   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      106.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          183,609
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,557,074

1546   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                           309,800

1547   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           50,000
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,948,404
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                           174,160

1548   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                     1,245,062,742

1549   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM -
        STATE MATCH
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        9,295,134

1550   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SCHOOL BREAKFAST PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        7,590,912

1551   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            57,438

1552   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FEEDING FLORIDA
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        3,000,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1552,  $3,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided to Feeding
   Florida, formerly known as the Florida Association of Food Banks. Thirty
   percent  of  all food commodities distributed by Feeding Florida must be
   fresh Florida products (HB 3225)(Senate Form 2330).

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1552, Feeding Florida shall
   submit  quarterly  reports  that  include  the  amount and type of fresh
   produce   distributed  to  needy  families,  local  food  entities,  and
   community partners. The reports shall include a detailed breakout of the
   types  of  fresh commodities distributed. The quarterly reports shall be
   submitted  to  the  chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee and the
   chair of the House Appropriations Committee by January 1, 2023.

   From   the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  1552,  Feeding
   Florida  may  not allow any candidate for elective office to host a food
   distribution event during the period of time between the last day of the
   election  qualifying  period  and  the  date  of  the  election,  if the
   candidate  is  opposed  for  election  or re-election at the time of the
   event.  This provision does not apply when the event is in response to a
   direct emergency.

1552A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       SUPPORT FOR FOOD BANK
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,639,034

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1552A, the following projects
   are funded in nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund:


     Florida Children's Initiative Food Security Project (HB
       4133)(Senate Form 1428).................................     975,000
     Grow It Forward Urban Farm Network Strategic Planning (HB
       2029)(Senate Form 1493).................................     100,000
     Helping Others and Giving Hope Mobile Food Pantry (HB
       2055)(Senate Form 1080).................................     100,000
     United Against Poverty Member Share Grocery Program (HB
       2241)(Senate Form 1231).................................     464,034

1553   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,645,665
        FROM GENERAL INSPECTION TRUST FUND .                            45,840

1554   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FARM SHARE PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,000,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1554,  $5,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided to Farm
   Share.  Thirty percent of all food commodities distributed by Farm Share
   must be fresh Florida products (HB 2189)(Senate Form 1792).

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1554, Farm Share shall submit
   quarterly  reports  that  include  the  amount and type of fresh produce
   distributed  to  needy  families,  local  food  entities,  and community
   partners.  The reports shall include a detailed breakout of the types of
   fresh  commodities distributed. The quarterly reports shall be submitted
   to the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee and the chair of the
   House Appropriations Committee by January 1, 2023.

   From  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriation 1554, Farm Share may
   not  allow any candidate for elective office to host a food distribution
   event  during  the  period  of time between the last day of the election
   qualifying  period  and  the  date  of the election, if the candidate is
   opposed  for  election  or  re-election  at  the time of the event. This
   provision  does  not  apply  when  the  event is in response to a direct
   emergency.

1555   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - EMERGENCY FEEDING
        ORGANIZATIONS
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                         8,399,092

1556   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           19,213
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            99,329

1557   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES
         TRUST FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . .                            29,256

1557A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       SUPPORT FOR LOCAL FOOD BANKS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,500,000

   From  the funds in Specific Appropriation 1557A, nonrecurring funds from
   the General Revenue Fund are provided for the following:

     America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend (HB 3671)(Senate
       Form 2632)..............................................   1,000,000
     Feeding South Florida Agricultural Workforce Training
       Program (HB 4949)(Senate Form 2478).....................   4,500,000


TOTAL: FOOD, NUTRITION AND WELLNESS
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .       32,277,902
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,271,328,800

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      106.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,303,606,702

TOTAL: AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF,
       AND COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      270,951,224
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                     1,722,587,683

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .    3,876.25
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,993,538,907
          TOTAL APPROVED SALARY RATE . . . .      169,016,812

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, DEPARTMENT OF

PROGRAM: ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         13,025,202

1558   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      220.00
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         8,435,593
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                           221,260
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            83,080
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        10,470,399
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           124,245

1559   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           491,461
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                           205,344
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           389,645
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           206,871

1560   EXPENSES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,612,607
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            32,559
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           151,455
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            10,000

1561   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            16,275

1562   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE
        HEARINGS
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           123,067

1563   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           340,149
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           333,794
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           300,000

1564   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA ACCOUNTING INFORMATION RESOURCE
        (FLAIR) SYSTEM REPLACEMENT
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           792,034

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1564 are provided for the planning and
   remediation  tasks  necessary  to integrate agency applications with the
   new  Florida  Planning, Accounting, and Ledger Management (PALM) system.
   The funds shall be placed in reserve. The agency is authorized to submit
   budget  amendments  requesting  release  of  these funds pursuant to the
   provisions  of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is contingent upon
   the  approval  of  a  detailed operational work plan and a monthly spend
   plan that identifies all project work and costs budgeted for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.  The  agency shall submit quarterly project status reports to
   the  Executive  Office  of the Governor's Office of Policy & Budget, the
   Florida  Digital  Service,  and  the  chair of the Senate Appropriations
   Committee  and  the chair of the House of Representatives Appropriations

   Committee.  Each  status  report  must include progress made to date for
   each  project milestone, deliverable, and task order, planned and actual
   completion  dates,  planned  and  actual costs incurred, and any current
   project issues and risks.

1564A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LEGAL SERVICES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         2,858,176

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1564A are provided for legal services,
   $1,858,176  of  which  shall  be  held  in  reserve.  The  department is
   authorized  to  submit  budget  amendments  requesting  release of funds
   pursuant  to the provisions of chapter 216, Florida Statutes. Release is
   contingent  upon the approval of an operational work and spend plan that
   identifies  all  work  activities  and  costs  budgeted  for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023.

1565   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       OUTSOURCING/PRIVATIZATION
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           250,000

1566   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            33,501
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                               883
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                               332
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            41,802
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                               496

1567   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           100,000

1568   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            35,053
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,131
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            41,903
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                               304

TOTAL: EXECUTIVE DIRECTION AND SUPPORT SERVICES
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        28,703,419

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      220.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        28,703,419

FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,576,316

1569   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       33.00
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           145,089
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           726,404
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         1,185,499
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           507,588

1570   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            61,257
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             8,508

1571   EXPENSES
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            24,010
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           370,810

1572   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           280,945
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            19,838


1573   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION AND REPLACEMENT OF BOATS,
        MOTORS, AND TRAILERS
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            24,500

1574   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY GRANTS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           573,844
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           292,907

1575   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            60,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             5,700
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            80,000

1576   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             1,281
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,416
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            10,472
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,484

1577   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,965
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             6,342

TOTAL: FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                         4,397,859

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       33.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                         4,397,859

TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SERVICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,913,965

1578   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       96.00
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         7,520,396

1579   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                         1,670,107

1580   EXPENSES
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           759,810
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                         4,991,337

1581   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                            25,625

1582   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            27,700
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                         3,894,996

1583   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            25,738

1584   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            29,919


1585A  DATA PROCESSING SERVICES
       NORTHWEST REGIONAL DATA CENTER (NWRDC)
        FROM WORKING CAPITAL TRUST FUND  . .                         2,986,000

TOTAL: TECHNOLOGY AND INFORMATION SERVICES
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        21,931,628

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       96.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        21,931,628

OFFICE OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE

     APPROVED SALARY RATE            500,816

1586   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS        6.00
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                           307,530
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                           165,004

1587   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                            61,443

1588   EXPENSES
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                           118,739
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            65,116

1589   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION AND REPLACEMENT OF PATROL
        VEHICLES
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                            63,594

1590   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEANUP
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                           605,883
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                           150,000

1591   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ON-CALL FEES
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                            25,902

1592   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PAYMENTS FOR RESTORATION AND DAMAGE
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                            25,000

1593   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ABANDONED DRUM REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                            70,000

1594   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                             3,547
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                             1,903

1595   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK CLEANUP
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            80,759

1596   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO THE MARINE RESOURCES
        CONSERVATION TRUST FUND OR STATE GAME
        TRUST FUND IN THE FWCC FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                        10,510,256
        FROM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,622,599

1597   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                             1,244


TOTAL: OFFICE OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        15,878,519

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .        6.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        15,878,519

PROGRAM: STATE LANDS

LAND ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          6,675,851

1598   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      125.00
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         7,692,197
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         2,105,324

1599   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            50,000
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           535,774
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           211,484

1600   EXPENSES
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           180,000
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           765,917
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           301,758

1601   OPERATING CAPITAL OUTLAY
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            55,000
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            15,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             1,920

1602   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       LAND ACQUISITION, ENVIRONMENTALLY
        ENDANGERED, UNIQUE/ IRREPLACEABLE LANDS,
        STATEWIDE
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                       100,000,000

1604   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       NATIONAL FISH AND WILDLIFE FOUNDATION -
        DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                        15,000,000

1605   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       DEBT SERVICE
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                       102,367,609

   Funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  1605  are  for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023  debt  service  on bonds. These funds may be used to refinance
   any  or  all  series  if  it  is  in  the  best interest of the state as
   determined  by  the Division of Bond Finance. If the debt service varies
   as  a  result  of  a change in the interest rate, timing of issuance, or
   other  circumstances,  there  is  appropriated from the Land Acquisition
   Trust Fund an amount sufficient to pay such debt service.

1606   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            85,000

1607   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       LAND MANAGEMENT
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         3,660,358

   Funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1607  may  be  used  for  resource
   stewardship,   including   program   management,  inventory  management,
   administration, and planning.


1608   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,392,283
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           277,941

1609   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       STATE LANDS STEWARDSHIP
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           200,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           250,000

1610   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TIDE STATIONS AND BENCHMARKS
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           850,000

1611   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            54,445
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            14,686

1612   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,500,000

1613   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TENANT BROKER COMMISSIONS
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            75,000

1614   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            36,030
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            10,133

TOTAL: LAND ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       237,687,859

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      125.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                       237,687,859

PROGRAM: DISTRICT OFFICES

REGULATORY DISTRICT OFFICES

     APPROVED SALARY RATE         30,257,319

1615   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS      559.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          992,276
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                         1,450,854
        FROM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         5,177,432
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                           972,330
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                         3,142,510
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,656,143
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           322,443
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           817,503
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        14,331,483
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                         8,014,682
        FROM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         2,338,846
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         3,477,004

   From  the  funds  and positions provided in Specific Appropriation 1615,
   $404,278  in  recurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund, and six
   full-time  equivalent  positions with associated salary rate of 240,685,
   are contingent upon CS/HB 1177 or similar legislation becoming a law.


1616   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            62,750
        FROM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           159,229
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            72,455
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            24,989
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            62,896
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           247,132

1617   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          820,408
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           391,995
        FROM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           512,397
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                            18,949
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                           357,101
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            44,016
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            40,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         1,246,867
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                           600,459
        FROM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           370,293
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           314,615

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation 1617, $69,594 in
   recurring  funds  and  $26,472  in  nonrecurring  funds from the General
   Revenue  Fund  are  contingent  upon  CS/HB  1177 or similar legislation
   becoming a law.

1618   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          332,327
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            87,585
        FROM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            21,644
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                             1,860
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             9,325
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                             8,070
        FROM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             6,550
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            14,145

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1618,  $300,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Monroe  County Mobile Vessel Pumpout Program (HB 2897)(Senate Form 1589)
   to  be  administered  by  the  Department  of  Environmental Protection.
   Administrative costs for the program shall not exceed five percent.

1619   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEANUP
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                           120,000

1620   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ON-CALL FEES
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                           173,625

1621   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ABANDONED DRUM REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                            30,000

1622   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             7,242
        FROM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            25,843
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                             4,853
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            15,343
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             8,266
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,286
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             4,080

        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            72,189
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            44,328
        FROM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            11,674
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            17,355

1623   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK CLEANUP
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            34,000

1624   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .           12,496
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             2,905
        FROM AIR POLLUTION CONTROL TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            24,596
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                             3,721
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            13,343
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             7,705
        FROM GRANTS AND DONATIONS TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,216
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            68,806
        FROM PERMIT FEE TRUST FUND . . . . .                            46,757
        FROM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            11,968
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            15,007

   From  the  funds  provided  in  Specific  Appropriation  1624, $1,830 in
   recurring  funds  from the General Revenue Fund is contingent upon CS/HB
   1177 or similar legislation becoming a law.

TOTAL: REGULATORY DISTRICT OFFICES
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .        2,157,507
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                        47,142,660

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .      559.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                        49,300,167

PROGRAM: WATER POLICY AND ECOSYSTEMS RESTORATION

WATER POLICY AND ECOSYSTEMS RESTORATION

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          1,473,031

1625   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       24.00
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                           293,798
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           520,908
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         1,509,040

1626   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           288,196
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            19,094

1627   EXPENSES
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                            85,219
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           128,329

1628   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER
        MANAGEMENT DISTRICT ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE
        PERMITTING PROGRAM
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         1,851,231

1629   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER
        MANAGEMENT DISTRICT - OPERATIONS
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         3,360,000

1630   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SUWANNEE RIVER WATER
        MANAGEMENT DISTRICT - OPERATIONS
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         2,287,000


1631   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SUWANNEE RIVER WATER
        MANAGEMENT DISTRICT - ENVIRONMENTAL
        RESOURCE PERMITTING
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           453,000

1632   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - SUWANNEE RIVER WATER
        MANAGEMENT DISTRICT - PAYMENT IN LIEU OF
        TAXES
        FROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           352,909

1633   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - WATER MANAGEMENT
        DISTRICTS - LAND MANAGEMENT
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        10,237,210

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 1633, $1,610,000 is provided
   to  the  Northwest  Florida  Water  Management  District,  $1,777,210 is
   provided  to the Suwannee River Water Management District, $2,250,000 is
   provided to the St. Johns River Water Management District, $2,250,000 is
   provided  to  the  Southwest  Florida  Water  Management  District,  and
   $2,350,000 is provided to the South Florida Water Management District.

1634   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - WATER MANAGEMENT
        DISTRICTS - MFLS
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         3,446,000

   From  the  funds  in Specific Appropriation 1634, $1,811,000 is provided
   to  the  Northwest  Florida Water Management District, and $1,635,000 is
   provided to the Suwannee River Water Management District, for activities
   related to establishing minimum flows and levels.

1635   AID TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
       GRANTS AND AIDS - WATER MANAGEMENT
        DISTRICTS HURRICANE RECOVERY
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         4,000,000

1635A  FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA PROJECT
        COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW STUDY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,000,000

   Funds  in Specific Appropriation 1635A are provided to the South Florida
   Water  Management  District  to prepare and submit a consolidated annual
   report  by  October  1,  2023, to the Office of Economic and Demographic
   Research,  the Department of Environmental Protection, the Governor, the
   President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives
   regarding  the  status  of  the  United  States  Army Corps of Engineers
   Section   216   Central  and  Southern  Florida  Project  Infrastructure
   Resiliency Study pursuant to CS/HB 513 becoming law.

1636   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       DEBT SERVICE - SAVE OUR EVERGLADES BONDS
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        22,701,056

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1636  are  provided  for Fiscal Year
   2022-2023  debt service on bonds authorized pursuant to section 215.619,
   Florida  Statutes,  including any other continuing payments necessary or
   incidental  to  the  repayment  of the bonds. These funds may be used to
   refinance  any  or all series if it is in the best interest of the state
   as  determined  by  the  Division  of  Bond Finance. If the debt service
   varies as a result of a change in the interest rate, timing of issuance,
   or  other circumstances, there is appropriated from the Land Acquisition
   Trust Fund an amount sufficient to pay such debt service.

1637   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       ACQUISITION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            75,000

1638   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             3,000


1639   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM ADMINISTRATIVE TRUST FUND . . .                             1,414
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             2,506
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             7,260

1640   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       WATER QUALITY ENHANCEMENT AND
        ACCOUNTABILITY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       10,800,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 1640 are provided for increased water
   quality  monitoring,  creation  of  a  water  quality public information
   portal,  and  for  the establishment of the Blue-Green Algae Task Force.
   Funds  may be used for administration and planning costs. The task force
   will  support  key  funding  and  restoration  initiatives  to  expedite
   nutrient   reduction   in   Lake   Okeechobee  and  the  St.  Lucie  and
   Caloosahatchee estuaries. The task force will identify priority projects
   for  funding  that  are  based  on  scientific data and build upon Basin
   Management  Action  Plans  (BMAPs)  to  provide  the  largest  and  most
   meaningful  nutrient  reductions  in  key  waterbodies,  as well as make
   recommendations for regulatory changes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific  Appropriation  1640,  $4,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  is  provided  to  the  Department  of Environmental
   Protection  to  continue to expand statewide water quality analytics for
   the  nutrient  over-enrichment  analytics  assessment  and water quality
   information portal.

1641   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - OCEAN RESEARCH AND
        CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION - KILROY
        MONITORING SYSTEMS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          750,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           250,000

   From  the  funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1641, $250,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  Land  Acquisition Trust Fund (recurring appropriations
   project)  and  $750,000  in  nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue
   Fund (HB 3119)(Senate Form 1502) are provided for the Ocean Research and
   Conservation  Association  Water  Quality  Monitoring  Systems  - Kilroy
   Network Expansion.

1642   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INDIAN RIVER LAGOON AND
        LAKE OKEECHOBEE BASIN - OPERATIONS
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           350,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1642 are provided for operations and
   maintenance  for  five  Indian  River  Lagoon  Land/Ocean Biogeochemical
   Observatory  water  quality  instruments  for  the St. Lucie Estuary and
   surrounding  Indian  River  Lagoon  areas (recurring base appropriations
   project).

1643   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER
        MANAGEMENT DISTRICT - DISPERSED WATER
        STORAGE
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         5,000,000

1643A  SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO SAVE OUR EVERGLADES TRUST FUND
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         1,200,000

1644   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             4,627

1644A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PENSACOLA AND PERDIDO BAY ESTUARY PROGRAM -
         OYSTER RESTORATION AND COMMUNITY GRANT
        PROGRAM
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          495,000


   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  1644A,  $495,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Pensacola  and  Perdido  Bays  Estuary  Program - Oyster Restoration and
   Community Grant Program (HB 3383)(Senate Form 2320).

1644B  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       MANATEE COUNTY WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT
        WITH NATIVE OYSTERS AND CLAMS RESTORATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          950,000

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation  1644B,  $950,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Manatee  County  Water Quality Improvement with Native Oysters and Clams
   Restoration (HB 9255)(Senate Form 2114).

1645   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - RED TIDE MANAGEMENT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        5,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1645 are provided to the Department of
   Environmental  Protection  for  a  red  tide  emergency grant program to
   support  county  governments in cleanup of biological debris to minimize
   the impacts of red tide to residents and visitors.

1646   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        15,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1646 are provided to the Department of
   Environmental  Protection  for  the purpose of supporting the evaluation
   and  implementation  of innovative technologies and short-term solutions
   to  combat  or  clean up harmful algal blooms and nutrient enrichment of
   Florida's  fresh  waterbodies,  including  lakes,  rivers, estuaries and
   canals.  Funds may be used for the Department's red tide emergency grant
   program  to  support  local  governments in cleaning beaches and coastal
   areas  to  minimize  the  impacts of red tide to residents and visitors.
   Funds   may   also   be   used  to  implement  water  quality  treatment
   technologies,   identified   by   the  Department,  near  water  control
   structures in Lake Okeechobee.

1647   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       EVERGLADES RESTORATION
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                       352,623,196

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1647,  $32,000,000  in
   recurring  funds  and  $54,500,000  in  nonrecurring funds from the Land
   Acquisition  Trust  Fund  are  provided  for  the Restoration Strategies
   Regional Water Quality Plan.

   From   the   funds   in  Specific  Appropriation  1647,  $64,000,000  in
   recurring  funds  from  the  Land  Acquisition Trust Fund is provided to
   transfer  to  the  Everglades  Trust Fund within the South Florida Water
   Management   District   pursuant  to  section  375.041(3)(b)4.,  Florida
   Statutes.

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1647,  $202,123,196  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  Land  Acquisition  Trust  Fund  shall be
   distributed  to  the  South  Florida  Water  Management District for the
   planning,  design,  engineering,  and  construction of the Comprehensive
   Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP).

1648   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       NORTHERN EVERGLADES AND ESTUARIES
        PROTECTION
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        73,276,213

   From  the  funds provided in Specific Appropriation 1648, $29,876,213 in
   recurring  funds  and  $43,400,000  in  nonrecurring funds from the Land
   Acquisition   Trust  Fund  shall  be  used  to  implement  the  Northern
   Everglades   and  Estuaries  Protection  Program,  pursuant  to  section
   373.4595, Florida Statutes.


1648A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - C-51 RESERVOIR
        IMPLEMENTATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       65,000,000

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1648A,  $65,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General Revenue Fund is provided for the
   Palm Beach County C-51 Reservoir Phase 2 Cell 13 (Senate Form 2524).

1649   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - ALTERNATIVE WATER SUPPLY
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       50,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 1649 are provided to the water supply
   and  water  resource  development grant program to help communities plan
   for  and implement conservation, reuse, and other water supply and water
   resource  development  projects.  Priority  funding  will  be  given  to
   regional  projects  in  the areas of greatest need and for projects that
   provide the greatest benefit. The department shall identify and research
   all  viable alternative water supply resources and provide an assessment
   of funding needs critical to supporting Florida's growing economy.

1650   GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - WATER QUALITY
        IMPROVEMENTS - EVERGLADES RESTORATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      300,000,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        50,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1650 shall be distributed to the South
   Florida  Water  Management  District  for  the  design, engineering, and
   construction  of the specific project components designed to achieve the
   greatest  reductions in harmful discharges to the Caloosahatchee and St.
   Lucie   Estuaries   as   identified   in  the  Comprehensive  Everglades
   Restoration  Plan  Lake  Okeechobee  Watershed Restoration Project Final
   Integrated   Project  Implementation  Report  and  Environmental  Impact
   Statement dated August 2020.

1650A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - INDIAN RIVER LAGOON
        WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       38,000,000

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1650A,  $12,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided for Brevard
   County South Beaches WWTF Conversion to AWT (Senate Form 2713).

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1650A,  $14,000,000  in
   nonrecurring funds from the General Revenue Fund is provided for Brevard
   County Riverside Drive Force Main Improvements (Senate Form 2714).

   From   the   funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1650A,  $12,000,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from the General Revenue Fund is provided for Cocoa
   Beach Muck Dredging and Capping (HB 3885)(Senate Form 1340).

1650B  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       SPRINGS COAST WATERSHED - WATER QUALITY
        IMPROVEMENTS
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        20,000,000

1650C  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       CALOOSAHATCHEE RIVER WATER QUALITY
        IMPROVEMENTS/BMAP
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        6,000,000

   The  funds  in  Specific  Appropriation  1650C are provided to the South
   Florida Water Management District for Caloosahatchee River water quality
   improvement  projects.   These  projects  should  be consistent with the
   Caloosahatchee  River  Basin Management Action Plan and provide the most
   benefit  towards  achieving  total maximum daily loads for the river and
   estuary basin.


1650D  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       PEACE RIVER BASIN WATER QUALITY
        IMPROVEMENTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          700,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                         3,300,000

TOTAL: WATER POLICY AND ECOSYSTEMS RESTORATION
       FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND . . . . . .      479,695,000
       FROM TRUST FUNDS  . . . . . . . . . .                       572,628,206

         TOTAL POSITIONS . . . . . . . . . .       24.00
         TOTAL ALL FUNDS . . . . . . . . . .                     1,052,323,206

PROGRAM: WATER RESTORATION ASSISTANCE

WATER RESTORATION ASSISTANCE

   The  funds   in   Specific   Appropriations  1667,  1668,  and  1670 are
   provided  to  the   Department   of   Environmental  Protection  for the
   Drinking  Water  and  Wastewater  Treatment  Facility Construction State
   Revolving  Loan  Programs  and  the  Small  Community Sewer Construction
   Assistance   Program   developed  pursuant  to  provisions  of  sections
   403.8532,  403.1835,  and  403.1838,  Florida  Statutes.  Appropriations
   used by the department for grants and aids may be advanced in part or in
   total.

     APPROVED SALARY RATE          4,309,994

1651   SALARIES AND BENEFITS       POSITIONS       89.00
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,977,275
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         3,558,928
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                           694,463
        FROM WATER PROTECTION AND
         SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM TRUST FUND .                           638,730
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           445,537

1652   OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          500,000
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                             9,744
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            88,801
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            86,584

1653   EXPENSES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .          515,099
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           302,395
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                            85,370
        FROM WATER PROTECTION AND
         SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM TRUST FUND .                            42,343
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                            84,715

1654   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE RESTORATION -
        DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                         5,546,506

1655   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       RESTORE ACT - DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL SPILL
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                        11,600,000

1656   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE RESTORATION -
        FINAL RESTORATION - DEEPWATER HORIZON OIL
        SPILL
        FROM COASTAL PROTECTION TRUST FUND .                           500,000

1657   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       SPRINGS RESTORATION
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .       25,000,000
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                        50,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific  Appropriation 1657 may be used for land acquisition
   to protect springs and for capital projects that protect the quality and

   quantity of water that flow from springs.

1658   FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTAMINATED SITE CLEANUP
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        1,000,000

   Funds  in  Specific Appropriation 1658 are provided to assist homeowners
   with  private wells who are experiencing contamination of their drinking
   water  from  perfluorooctanoic  acid  (PFOA),  perfluorooctane sulfonate
   (PFOS), and other emerging contaminants of concern.

1659   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT/PLANNING GRANTS
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                           915,164

1660   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       CONTRACTED SERVICES
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .        2,600,000
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                         1,268,000

   From  the  funds in Specific Appropriation 1660, $2,500,000 in recurring
   funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the Department of
   Environmental Protection for contractual services to expand the existing
   education  and  promotion activities of the Florida-Friendly Landscaping
   Program, pursuant to section 373.185, Florida Statutes.

   From   the   funds   in   Specific   Appropriation   1660,  $100,000  in
   nonrecurring  funds  from  the  General  Revenue Fund is provided to the
   Department  of Environmental Protection for Fort Lauderdale Tarpon River
   Environmental/Maintenance Dredging (HB 3755)(Senate Form 1745).

1661   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEANUP
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         1,780,902

1662   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                             8,559
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             1,746
        FROM WATER PROTECTION AND
         SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM TRUST FUND .                             1,606
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             1,258

1663   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK CLEANUP
        FROM INLAND PROTECTION TRUST FUND  .                            76,578

1664   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       WATER WELL CLEANUP
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                           894,350

1665   SPECIAL CATEGORIES
       TRANSFER TO DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
        SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICES
        PURCHASED PER STATEWIDE CONTRACT
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .            7,626
        FROM FEDERAL GRANTS TRUST FUND . . .                            12,467
        FROM LAND ACQUISITION TRUST FUND . .                             1,408
        FROM WATER PROTECTION AND
         SUSTAINABILITY PROGRAM TRUST FUND .                             2,124
        FROM WATER QUALITY ASSURANCE TRUST
         FUND  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                             2,073

1665A  GRANTS AND AIDS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND
       NONSTATE ENTITIES - FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY
       GRANTS AND AIDS - WATER PROJECTS
        FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND  . . . . .      368,380,383

   From the funds in Specific Approp