TABLE 2: FY'96 Supplemental Appropriations


These tables show supplemental appropriations made by the 1996 Legislature. A supplemental appropriation is made to agencies for a variety of reasons, including:

  • They have documented an unmanageable budget shortfall due to declining revenues or increasing costs;

  • They have an urgent opportunity that requires an appropriation before the normal budgeting process would deliver;

  • In the case of common education supplemental appropriations are sometimes N made to fund costs of increased enrollment at growing school districts, since the funding formula historically has been based on prior year enrollment.

 In some instances, a supplemental appropriation becomes part of the on-going funding for an agency. Often, however, supplemental appropriations are for specific one-time programs.


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[FY'97 Report]

 


SUBCOMMITTEE SUMMARY TABLE


Education Subtotal

$29,775,919

General Government and Transportation Subtotal

$1,029,745

Health and Social Services Subtotal

$3,008,000

Human Services Subtotal

$1,500,000

Natural Resources and Regulatory Services Subtotal

$1,330,715

Public Safety and Judiciary Subtotal

$9,414,900


TOTAL for 6 Subcommittees

$46,059,279


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SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION


Agency/Purpose

Bill & Section
Number

Amount




Education, State Board of

   Early Intervention (Sooner Start) Program

SB 838, Section 1

426,462

   Mid-term Adjustment for 1994-95 School Year

SB 834, Section 1 &
HB 2824, Section 1

12,635,091

   Mid-term Adjustment for 1995-96 School Year

SB 834, Section 2 &
HB 2824, Section 2

13,541,598

Higher Education, Regents for

   Bond Debt Service

HB 2822, Section 20

107,128

Science and Math School

   Bond Debt Service

HB 2822, Section 17

65,640

Vocational Technical Education, Board of

   Industry Training Services

HB 2822, Section 8

1,800,000

   Job Safety Training Svcs for Workers' Comp. (HB 1447)

HB 2822, Section 9

200,000

   Cherokee Co. Campus of Indian Capital Area Vo-tech School

HB 2822, Section 10

1,000,000

Subcommittee Total

$29,775,919



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON GENERAL GOVERNMENT
AND TRANSPORTATION


Agency/Purpose

Bill & Section
Number

Amount




Auditor and Inspector, Office of

   Moving Costs, Revenue Shortfalls

HB 2822, Section 22

200,000

Central Services, Department of

   Bond Debt Service

HB 2822, Section 22

329,745

Governor, Office of

   State Emergency Fund to Match Federal Disaster Relief Funds

HB 2822, Section 21

500,000

Subcommittee Total

$1,029,745



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES


Agency/Purpose

Bill & Section
Number

Amount




Health Care Authority

   Medicaid Program Services

HB 2822, Section 6

3,008,000

Subcommittee Total

$3,008,000



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON HUMAN SERVICES


Agency/Purpose

Bill & Section
Number

Amount




Rehabilitation Services, Department of

   Services for Priority Groups One and Two

HB 2822, Section 16

1,500,000

Subcommittee Total

$1,500,000



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON NATURAL RESOURCES
& REGULATORY SERVICES


Agency/Purpose

Bill & Section
Number

Amount




Corporation Commission

   Oil and Gas Division Operations and Personnel

HB 2822, Section 15

656,824

Historical Society

   Archival Activities Related to Murrah Building Bombing

HB 2822, Section 7

24,035

Tourism and Recreation, Department of

   Bond Debt Service

HB 2822, Section 18

299,856

   Sewage Lagoon System (Lake Murray State Park)

HB 2822, Section 19

350,000

Subcommittee Total

$1,330,715



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SUBCOMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY AND JUDICIARY


Agency/Purpose

Bill & Section
Number

Amount




Attorney General, Office of

   Computer Network

HB 2822, Section 11

211,000

   Appeals Briefing Case Load (HB 1659)

HB 2822, Section 12

86,644

Corrections, Department of

   Funding for Additional Beds and Security Staff Related to CRB Action

HB 2822, Section 1

5,567,925

   Funding for Additional Beds

HB 2822, Section 2

1,399,873

   Energy Management System at WSKC Facility, Ft. Supply

HB 2822, Section 3

285,000

   Capital Needs (E. Warrior, J. Dunn & J. Harp Corr. Ctrs) *

HB 2822, Section 5

1,000,000

Criminal Appeals, Court of

   Computer Systems Enhancements

SB 838, Section 3

124,458

Indigent Defense System

   Capital Post-Conviction Appeals Division

HB 2822, Section 13

240,000

State Supreme Court

   Computer Systems Enhancements

SB 838, Section 2

500,000

Subcommittee Total

$9,414,900


* An additional $1 million in interest earnings was made available to the department
for capital needs (HB 2822, Section 4).

 
 

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