16.6. (Budget Reduction Exemption) Funds appropriated for non-recurring general and primary election expenses are exempted from mandated across the board reductions. In addition, in the calculation of any across the board agency base reductions mandated by the Budget and Control Board or the General Assembly, the amount of funds appropriated for non-recurring primary and general election expenses shall be excluded from the agency's base budget.
16.7. (State Supplement) If a county, by legislation, chooses to combine its Board of Registration and Election Commission into one board, the state supplement outlined in Provisos 16.1 and 16.2 shall provide $1,020 for each of the first five members and $464.00 for each additional member. The county shall divide these funds equally among the total number of members appointed to the joint board.
16.9. (Primary Election Carry Forward) Filing Fees received from candidates filing to run in statewide or special primary elections may be retained and expended by the State Election Commission to pay for the conduct of primary elections. Any balance in the filing fee accounts on June 30, of the prior fiscal year may be carried forward and expended for the same purposes during the current fiscal year. In addition, any balance in the Primary Election Accounts on June 30, of the prior fiscal year may be carried forward and expended for the same purposes during the current fiscal year.
17.1. (Carry Forward-Revenue From Goods & Services) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, that the Divisions of the Budget and Control Board are authorized to provide and receive goods and services to and from all governmental units including other Divisions, state, and local entities, as will in its opinion promote efficient and economical operations, and to charge and to pay such entities for such goods and services, the revenue from which shall be deposited in the State Treasury in a special account and expended only for the costs of providing such goods and services, and such funds may be carried forward and used for the same purposes.
The Budget and Control Board is responsible for the review and evaluation of all revenue funded activities within the Board in order to assure that cost savings and efficiencies are being provided to such entities. The Budget and Control Board is entrusted with administration of all revenue carryforward balances in order to provide for sufficient operating balances necessary for maintaining adequate cashflow in delivery and receipt of these goods and services.
The Budget and Control Board shall report to the General Assembly, by November 1, of the current fiscal year, the amount of revenues by activity carried forward into the current fiscal year and the amount of revenues by activity collected in the prior fiscal year.
17.2. (Debts/Obligations Owed to St. Private Entities or B&C Bd) It is the intent of the General Assembly that any agency of state government should retire in full, all obligations due to state private entities, or the Budget and Control Board, within 120 days of the debt being due. The Budget and Control Board in cooperation with the Comptroller General is directed to review periodically agency performance in this area. If an agency is regularly late in meeting its obligations, the Budget and Control Board may require periodic reports to track the agency performance. With respect to debts owed to the Budget and Control Board, such as outstanding obligations for rent and upfitting, telecommunications services, data processing, installment purchase program, and printing, on June 30 of any fiscal year, the Budget and Control Board is authorized and directed, after discussion in an open meeting, to transfer any funds remaining in the agency accounts to pay these obligations prior to the closing of the books for that fiscal year and prior to carrying any funds forward to the subsequent fiscal year. The provisions herein above shall not apply to the General Assembly. A report of such transfers will be submitted to the House Ways and Means and the Senate Finance Committees no later than November 1, addressing the prior fiscal year.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION A. OFFICE ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 99,314 99,314 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 95,197 95,197 (6.00) (6.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 435,417 346,417 (7.00) (6.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 15,637 12,224 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 645,565 553,152 (14.00) (13.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 118,972 118,972 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 118,972 118,972 TOTAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 764,537 672,124 (14.00) (13.00) B. CIVIL CONTINGENT FUND SPECIAL ITEMS: MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING 293,602 293,602 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 293,602 293,602 TOTAL CIVIL CONTINGENT FD-MISC OPER 293,602 293,602 C. SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN'S PROJ. OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 49,500 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 49,500 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 74,756 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 74,756 _________ TOTAL SUCCESSFUL CHILDRENS PROJECT 124,256 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 1,182,395 965,726 (14.00) (13.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 160,078 132,433 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 160,078 132,433 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 160,078 132,433 III. NON-RECURRING TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT 140,000 140,000 TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 140,000 140,000 TOTAL NON-RECURRING 140,000 140,000 TOTAL B & C-OFFICE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 1,482,473 1,238,159 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (14.00) (13.00)
17A.1. (BCB/Civil Contingent Fund - Disbursements) Warrant requisitions for the disbursement of funds appropriated in this Section shall be approved by the respective division heads. The Civil Contingent Fund, appropriated in Subsection 17A of this Section shall be expended only upon unanimous approval of the State Budget and Control Board, and upon warrant requisitions signed as directed by the State Budget and Control Board, to meet emergency and contingent expense of the State Government. None of the Civil Contingent Fund shall be used to increase the salary of any State employee.
17A.2. (Civil Contingent Fund - Catawba Indian Suit) Of the amount appropriated for the Civil Contingent Fund, $125,000 shall be available to the counties and municipalities involved in the Catawba Indian suit for legal fees, conditioned upon a 50% local match.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. INTERNAL OPERATIONS PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 73,333 73,333 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,734,343 1,144,551 (66.86) (41.60) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 122,646 122,646 (2.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 11,588 6,588 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,941,910 1,347,118 (69.86) (44.60) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,024,796 661,299 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,024,796 661,299 TOTAL INTERNAL OPERATIONS 2,966,706 2,008,417 (69.86) (44.60) II. FINANCIAL DATA SYSTEMS PERSONAL SERVICE UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 56,526 56,526 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,184,595 988,569 (43.00) (35.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 15,995 5,995 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,257,116 1,051,090 (44.00) (36.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,982,435 1,113,641 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,982,435 1,113,641 TOTAL FINANCIAL DATA SYS. 3,239,551 2,164,731 (44.00) (36.00) III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 785,870 582,528 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 785,870 582,528 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 785,870 582,528 TOTAL B & C-DIV OF INTERNAL OPERATIONS 6,992,127 4,755,676 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (113.86) (80.60)
17B.1. (Authorization to Charge for DP Services) Financial Data Systems, located within the Budget & Control Board - Internal Operations Division is authorized to charge for data processing services rendered to those agencies or programs which have provisions from non-appropriated sources. Such charges may not exceed the cost of the provision of those services and such funds may be carried forward and used for the same purposes.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 82,050 82,050 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 802,865 802,865 (23.00) (23.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 124,277 124,277 (2.00) (2.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,009,192 1,009,192 (26.00) (26.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 168,003 168,003 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 168,003 168,003 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 1,177,195 1,177,195 (26.00) (26.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 211,972 211,972 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 211,972 211,972 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 211,972 211,972 TOTAL B & C-STATE BUDGET DIVISION 1,389,167 1,389,167 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (26.00) (26.00)
17D.1. (Revenue Certification Requirement) The following requirement applies to the annual appropriation recommendation of the Governor and to the report of the Conference Committee on the annual appropriation bill. Any provision offered for inclusion in the annual general appropriation bill by amendment or otherwise, by the Governor or which increases or decreases the most recent official projection of general fund revenues of the Board of Economic Advisors may not be included in the bill or recommendation unless the revenue impact is certified by the Board of Economic Advisors. Changes to the official general fund revenue estimate as a result of such provisions may not exceed amounts certified by the Board of Economic Advisors. This requirement is in addition to other provisions of law regarding fiscal impact statements.
17D.2. (Summary Budget Format) The Budget and Control Board is hereby directed to print only a summary budget format for the next fiscal year recommended budget, to be submitted in January of the current fiscal year. State agencies must submit their budget request and submissions to the Board in such detail as the Board may require. The Board shall furnish the necessary computer produced documents to facilitate and expedite budget debate during the current session of the General Assembly.
17D.3. ($36.5M Reallocation) The General Assembly hereby recognizes that $36,545,328 of other operating funds appropriated in Part I of this act are non-recurring funds. The Budget Division of the Budget and Control Board is hereby directed to reallocate these funds, as equitably as possible, among agencies' budgets from recurring programs to nonrecurring programs, upon passage of this act.
17D.4. (Agencies Affected by Restructuring) The Budget and Control Board is directed to work with affected State agencies in order to phase-in operations of restructured organizations during Fiscal Year 1993-94. Restructured organizations should be operating entirely under the revised structure not later than June 30, 1994. The Board is further directed to work with the affected agencies in order to identify and facilitate the transfer of any portion of their operations, including transfer of funds, during Fiscal Year 1993-94, which is affected by the restructured organization adopted by the General Assembly, but which has not already been accomplished herein. Until sufficient changes can be made to the State's accounting system and the appointment of appropriate agency heads, the Comptroller General and the State Treasurer shall allow those agencies affected by restructuring to continue processing documents within the account structure existing on June 30, 1993. Restructured agencies shall make all the necessary accounting adjustments to complete the transition to the new account structure as soon as possible, but no later than June 30, 1994. The Budget and Control Board Budget Division is directed to conform the financial figures and corresponding provisos in this Act, upon final printing, to any restructuring changes that are ratified in H.3546 as enacted.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 76,792 76,792 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 148,139 89,116 (6.75) (3.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 59,104 59,104 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 41,200 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 325,235 225,012 (8.75) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 227,230 186,858 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 227,230 186,858 SPECIAL ITEMS: DEPARTMENTAL PRINTING 57,479 57,479 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 57,479 57,479 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 609,944 469,349 (8.75) (5.00) II. ECONOMICS A. ECONOMIC RESEARCH PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 86,054 86,054 (3.00) (3.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 60,125 60,125 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 146,179 146,179 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 23,544 23,544 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 23,544 23,544 TOTAL ECONOMICS 169,723 169,723 (4.00) (4.00) III. COOPERATIVE HEALTH PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 412,107 322,307 (16.00) (11.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 117,443 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 529,550 322,307 (16.00) (11.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 431,007 81,652 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 431,007 81,652 TOTAL COOPERATIVE HEALTH 960,557 403,959 (16.00) (11.00) IV. STATE DATA CENTER - CENSUS A. OFFICE OF DIGITAL CARTOGRAPH PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 149,526 149,526 (5.00) (5.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 149,526 149,526 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 51,196 51,196 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 51,196 51,196 SPECIAL ITEM: MAPPING PROGRAM 154,396 154,396 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 154,396 154,396 TOTAL OFFICE OF DIGITAL CARTOGRAPHY 355,118 355,118 (5.00) (5.00) B. OFC OF PRECINCT DEMOGRAPHICS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 195,210 195,210 (6.00) (6.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 195,210 195,210 (6.00) (6.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 44,281 44,281 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 44,281 44,281 TOTAL OFFICE OF PRECINCT DEMOGRAPHIC 239,491 239,491 (6.00) (6.00) TOTAL ST. DATA CTR-CENSUS 594,609 594,609 (11.00) (11.00) V. GEOLOGY/GEODETIC PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 619,888 550,682 (21.67) (17.67) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 4,053 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 623,941 550,682 (21.67) (17.67) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 352,640 151,814 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 352,640 151,814 TOTAL GEOLOGY GEODETIC 976,581 702,496 (21.67) (17.67) VI. OFC OF INFORMATION TECH PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 455,307 455,307 (11.00) (11.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 66,606 66,606 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 521,913 521,913 (12.00) (12.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 54,255 54,255 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 54,255 54,255 TOTAL OFFICE OF INFORM. TECH 576,168 576,168 (12.00) (12.00) VII. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 564,772 493,502 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 564,772 493,502 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 564,772 493,502 TOTAL B & C-RESEARCH AND STATISTICAL SERVICES 4,452,354 3,409,806 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (73.42) (60.67)
17E.1. (Carry Forward - Contract for Goods & Services) If any funds accumulated by the Budget and Control Board Division of Research and Statistical Services, under contract for the provision of goods and services not covered by the Division's appropriated funds, are not expended during the preceding fiscal years, such funds may be carried forward and expended for the costs associated with the provision of such goods and services.
17E.2. (Carry Forward - Departmental Printing) Funds under Section 17E, Departmental Printing, which are not expended for the prior fiscal year may be carried forward to be expended for the same purpose in the current fiscal year.
17E.3. (Computer Infrastructure Study) Research and Statistical Services is authorized to complete Phase II of the Computer Infrastructure Study. The cost of the study will be absorbed by those agencies deriving cost savings from the implementation of original Computer Infrastructure Study conducted by the Coordinating Council for Economic Development. The cost of the study shall not exceed $180,000.
17E.4. (Information Technology - Agency Equipment Inventory) Any state agency, institution or commission that owns, leases, or rents information technology equipment is required to maintain accurate inventory records and submit an annual inventory report in a format to be prescribed by the Budget and Control Board through the information technology planning process of the Division of Research and Statistical Services. The annual report is to be submitted to the Information Technology Policy and Management Office of the Division of Research and Statistical Services on the second Tuesday of each January. In addition, each agency must be prepared to submit, on thirty (30) days notice, an ad hoc request in the same format as that prescribed for the annual report showing the agency's then current information technology inventory status.
17E.5. (Information Technology - Surplus Equipment Disposal) To insure State information technology, determined by it's owner to be not needed, or to be declared surplus, is offered to those State agencies who have identified such needs through the State Information Technology Planning Process, the State Information Technology Procurement Office will coordinate the sale, trade, or disposal of such through the Division of Research and Statistical Services' Information Technology Planning Office.
17E.6. (Information Technology - Review of Requests) To ensure that financing of state information technology procurements is done in accordance with the priorities established by the Budget and Control Board through the information technology planning process of the Division of Research and Statistical Services, all financing of information technology by the Division of General Services shall adhere to budget priorities established for that fiscal year. Any information technology request outside the annual prioritization process must be approved by the Office of Information Technology Policy and Management with existing funds certification by the State Budget Division. The Office of Information Technology Policy and Management must review any such financing requests with the House Ways and Means and Senate Finance Committee chairmen.
17E.7. (Statement of Charges for Computer Services) Any state agency providing computer or other services to any other agency, agencies, or political subdivisions shall submit in advance to the Budget & Control Board, Office of Information Technology Policy & Management a detailed statement of charges and costs to be associated with the provisions of such services.
17E.8. (POLA Equipment Carry Forward) Any unexpended balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, of the funds appropriated to Research & Statistical Services for POLA equipment purchases, may be carried forward into the current fiscal year and used for the same purposes.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 81,577 (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 119,901 (4.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 67,683 (1.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 269,161 (6.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 66,088 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 66,088 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 335,249 (6.00) II. TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES A. TELECOMMUNICATIONS: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,854,710 (67.55) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 68,428 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 203,127 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,126,265 (68.55) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 18,852,186 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 18,852,186 DEBT SERVICE: PRINCIPAL - IPP NOTE 134,895 INTEREST - IPP NOTE 30,262 _________ TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 165,157 _________ TOTAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS 21,143,608 (68.55) B. MICROWAVE PROJECT: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 243,560 (7.30) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 8,765 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 252,325 (7.30) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 717,154 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 717,154 DEBT SERVICE: PRINCIPAL - IPP NOTE 644,563 INTEREST - IPP NOTE 1,102,251 _________ TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 1,746,814 _________ TOTAL MICROWAVE PROJECT 2,716,293 (7.30) TOTAL TELECOMM. SERVICES 23,859,901 (75.85) III. INFORMATION PROCESSING CEN A. DATA PROCESSING SERVICES: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,668,449 455,354 (95.90) (18.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 70,705 70,705 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 7,680 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,746,834 526,059 (96.90) (19.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,401,517 742,997 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,401,517 742,997 DEBT SERVICE: PRINCIPAL - IPP NOTE 30,080 INTEREST - IPP NOTE 2,681 _________ TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 32,761 _________ TOTAL DATA PROCESSING SVCES 8,181,112 1,269,056 (96.90) (19.00) B. PRINTING SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 199,984 (11.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 22,900 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 222,884 (11.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,104,552 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,104,552 _________ TOTAL PRINTING SERVICES 1,327,436 (11.00) TOTAL INFORM. PROCESSING CTR 9,508,548 1,269,056 (107.90) (19.00) IV. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 1,380,260 127,075 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 1,380,260 127,075 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,380,260 127,075 TOTAL B & C-INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT D 35,083,958 1,396,131 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (189.75) (19.00)
17F.1. (Sole Authority of Telephone System/Centralized Purchasing) The Budget and Control Board, is authorized to provide centralized purchasing for all state agencies and institutions except as may be exempt by the Board and is authorized to have sole authority to provide local and long distance communication services to be used by state agencies and institutions unless such responsibilities are delegated by the Budget and Control Board.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. OFC. OF DIV. DIRECTOR A. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 91,217 91,217 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 240,357 240,357 (6.00) (6.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 331,574 331,574 (7.00) (7.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 249,871 199,871 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 249,871 199,871 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 581,445 531,445 (7.00) (7.00) B. ENERGY OFFICE OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 96,883 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 96,883 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 128,958 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 128,958 _________ TOTAL ENERGY OFFICE 225,841 TOTAL OFFICE OF DIVISION DIRECTOR 807,286 531,445 (7.00) (7.00) II. AGENCY SERVICES A. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 46,373 46,373 (1.00) (1.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 75,150 (1.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 121,523 46,373 (2.00) (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 16,578 16,578 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 16,578 16,578 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 138,101 62,951 (2.00) (1.00) B. STATE ENGINEER PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 576,464 576,464 (14.00) (14.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 576,464 576,464 (14.00) (14.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 170,298 170,298 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 170,298 170,298 TOTAL STATE ENGINEER 746,762 746,762 (14.00) (14.00) C. ENGINEERING OPERATIONS 1. BUILDING SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 3,474,148 169,195 (183.10) (11.77) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 24,707 13,707 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,498,855 182,902 (183.10) (11.77) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 8,515,387 99,499 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 8,515,387 99,499 SPECIAL ITEMS: RENOVATIONS - STATE HOUSE 46,491 46,491 RENOVATIONS - OTHER BUILDINGS 185,532 185,532 RENOVATIONS - LH/BH/GOV MANSION 92,769 92,769 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 324,792 324,792 TOTAL BUILDING SERVICES 12,339,034 607,193 (183.10) (11.77) 2. PARKING PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 90,596 (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 80,170 30,170 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 170,766 30,170 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 178,306 107,129 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 178,306 107,129 TOTAL PARKING 349,072 137,299 (4.00) 3. MANSION AND GROUNDS OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 141,198 90,673 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 141,198 90,673 TOTAL MANSION & GROUNDS 141,198 90,673 TOTAL ENG. OPERATIONS 12,829,304 835,165 (187.10) (11.77) D. CONSTRUCT. AND PLANNING PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 383,475 (13.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 2,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 385,475 (13.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 133,965 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 133,965 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS: PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS 1,000,000 _________ TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 1,000,000 _________ TOTAL CONSTRUCT. & PLANNING 1,519,440 (13.00) TOTAL AGENCY SERVICES 15,233,607 1,644,878 (216.10) (26.77) III. MATERIALS MGMNT. OFFICE A. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,450,927 1,434,387 (51.50) (50.50) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 61,813 30,945 (1.00) (.50) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,512,740 1,465,332 (52.50) (51.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 625,827 505,743 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 625,827 505,743 TOTAL MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 2,138,567 1,971,075 (52.50) (51.00) B. CENTRAL STATE WHSE & PROP DIV 1. SURPLUS PROPERTY PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 482,318 (22.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 10,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 492,318 (22.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 357,294 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 357,294 _________ TOTAL SURPLUS PROPERTY 849,612 (22.50) 2. CENTRAL SUPPLY WAREHOUSING PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 173,576 (11.75) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 173,576 (11.75) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 124,262 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 124,262 _________ TOTAL CNTL. SUPPLY WAREHSNG 297,838 (11.75) 3. INTRA STATE MAIL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 251,712 (14.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 5,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 256,712 (14.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 240,142 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 240,142 _________ TOTAL INTRA STATE MAIL 496,854 (14.00) TOTAL CENTRAL STATE WHSE & PROP DISP 1,644,304 (48.25) C. INSTALLMENT PURCHASES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 75,611 (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,500 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 77,111 (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 63,874 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 63,874 _________ TOTAL INSTALLMENT PURCHASES 140,985 (2.00) TOTAL MATERIALS MGT OFC 3,923,856 1,971,075 (102.75) (51.00) IV. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 472,225 (19.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 69,547 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 10,500 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 552,272 (20.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,275,010 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,275,010 SPECIAL ITEM: RENT-STATE OWNED PROPERTY 47,523 47,523 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 47,523 47,523 TOTAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 5,874,805 47,523 (20.00) V. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 178,797 123,797 (4.00) (4.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 51,886 51,886 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 230,683 175,683 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 52,583 52,583 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 52,583 52,583 TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 283,266 228,266 (5.00) (5.00) VI. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 2,217,886 652,039 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 2,217,886 652,039 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,217,886 652,039 TOTAL B & C-GENERAL SERVICES DIVISION 28,340,706 5,075,226 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (350.85) (89.77)
17G.1. (Carry Forward - Renovations to State Owned Buildings) Any unexpended balance on June 30, of the prior fiscal year, for renovation or permanent improvements to State House, other State-owned buildings, permanent improvements to Lace House and Boyleston House, and improvements to Mansion may be carried forward to the current fiscal year and utilized for the same purposes.
17G.3. (Duplicative Energy Studies) In order to avoid duplicative studies, funds shall not be expended by state agencies for studies investigating alternate energy usage or conservation measures without prior approval being given by the Governor's Division of Energy Resources and the Joint Legislative Committee on Energy.
17G.5. (Fair Trade Contracts) Prices offered in connection with contracts for purchases made by the State of South Carolina for any county, municipality, independent college, political subdivision, school district or agency of the State of South Carolina shall not be subject to fair trade contracts.
17G.6. (Parking - State Facilities Regulations) Parking facilities owned and/or controlled by agencies of the State Government shall be regulated as follows:
(1) The State Budget and Control Board is directed to establish and collect a schedule of charges for the use of the parking facilities in the Capitol Complex and other individually assigned spaces in state-owned parking lots and facilities administered by the Budget and Control Board. Proceeds of these charges, except where the proceeds are pledged to the retirement of indebtedness or to expenses related to the provision of the facilities, must be deposited in the State General Fund. The schedule of charges shall include charges for a fixed number of parking spaces to both the House of Representatives and the Senate in the McEachern Parking Facility in an area adjacent to each respective body's office building, sufficient to provide spaces for all members of the General Assembly and all permanent employees of the Senate and House of Representatives and Joint Legislative Committees as determined by the respective Operations and Management Committees of the body.
(2) Any agency or institution of the State Government owning or controlling parking facilities, excluding the Education Television Commission and the Department of Agriculture when receiving revenues from parking during university football games, may, at its discretion, subject to approval of the Budget and Control Board, charge such rates as it may deem appropriate for the use of such facilities, and shall, except where such proceeds are pledged to the retirement of bonded indebtedness, deposit the proceeds to the credit of the General Fund of the State.
(3) Any unauthorized motor vehicle parked in a reserved space on state-owned or controlled property may be removed and the cost involved in removing and storing such vehicle shall be at the owner's expense.
17G.7. (Permanent Improvements - Building Codes) The expenditure of funds, heretofore or hereafter provided, by any State Agency, except the Department of Highways and Public Transportation for permanent improvements as defined in the State Budget, shall be subject to approval and regulations of the State Budget and Control Board. The Board shall have authority to allot to specific projects from funds made available for such purposes, such amounts as are estimated to cover the respective costs of such projects, to declare the completion of any such projects, and to dispose, according to law, of any unexpended balances of allotments, or appropriations, or funds otherwise provided for such projects, upon the completion thereof. The approval of the Budget and Control Board shall not be required for minor construction projects (including renovations and alterations) where the cost does not exceed an amount determined by the Joint Bond Review Committee and the Budget and Control Board.
In all construction, improvement and renovation of State buildings, the applicable standards and specifications set forth in each of the following codes shall be followed: The Standard Building Code - 1991 Edition excluding paragraphs 101.4, 103, 105 and 107 (Appendices B, F, and I shall be omitted); The Standard Existing Buildings Code - 1988 Edition with 1991 Revisions (Chapters 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and Appendices A.1, A.2, A.3 shall be omitted); The Standard Gas Code - 1991 Edition (Chapter 1 and Appendices B and C, shall be omitted); The Standard Mechanical Code - 1991 Edition (Chapter 1 and Appendix B shall be omitted); The Standard Plumbing Code - 1991 Edition (Chapter 1 and Appendices D, E, and H shall be omitted); The Standard Fire Prevention Code 1991 Edition (Chapter 1 and Appendix A shall be omitted), all as adopted by the Southern Building Code Congress International, Inc.; also the National Electrical Code - NFPA 70-1993; The National Electrical Safety Code - ANSI-C2-1990; The National Fire Protection Association Standard - NFPA 58-1989. Enforcement and interpretation of all the aforementioned codes on State buildings shall be determined by the State Engineer. Water, sewer, power and other utilities shall not be delayed or denied to any State buildings.
17G.8. (Procurement of Art Objects) Before any governmental body, with the exception of the South Carolina Museum Commission, as defined under the South Carolina Consolidated Procurement Code procures any art objects such as paintings, antiques, sculptures, or similar objects above $500, the head of the Purchasing Agency shall prepare a written determination specifying the need for such objects and benefits to the State. The South Carolina Arts Commission shall review such determination for approval prior to any acquisition.
17G.11. (Property - Trade of State Owned for Non-State Owned) As part of the approval process relating to trades of state property for non-state property, the Budget and Control Board is authorized to approve the application of any net proceeds resulting from such a transaction to the improvement of the property held by the Board.
17G.12. (Real Property - Sale/Leaseback/Repurchase Revenue Account) In order to ensure the stability of any sale/leaseback and repurchase option agreement entered into by the State for any piece of real property, the Budget and Control Board is directed to establish a separate and distinct account for the deposit of the net proceeds of the sale or net annual charges derived from any such property. Any funds held in such separate and distinct accounts shall only be used for the purpose of repurchasing the property and/or the establishment of a reserve fund as outlined in the contract documents for the property, until such time as the Agreements on the property are fulfilled. It is the intention of the General Assembly to appropriate sufficient funds on an annual basis to enable the Budget and Control Board to meet the required lease payments and other necessary expenditures associated with any sale/leaseback agreement involving real property.
17G.13. (Revenue From Rentals of Mansion Complex Facilities) That revenues generated from the rentals of the facilities of the Mansion Complex may be retained and expended for the budgeted operation of the Complex.
17G.14. (Surplus Property - Sale of) Unless otherwise provided for by law, the proceeds from the sale of all surplus property owned by governmental bodies of the State as defined in Section 11-35-310 (18) of the 1976 Code, less costs of disposition incurred by the Division of General Services, shall be deposited in the General Fund of the State with the exception that governmental bodies may be given approval in accordance with Budget and Control Board Regulation 19-445.2150 to retain not more than 50% of such funds for the purchase of like items. The 50% restriction shall not apply to real property, donations, and property purchased with non-state appropriated funds. In any instance where an agency can document that federal funds were used in paying any portion of the original price of surplus property, that federal share of the surplus value must be fully returned to the federal program. If there is no federal requirement governing the use of the process of surplus property, then such surplus proceeds must be treated as if it were wholly purchased with General Funds. Unless prohibited by federal law or regulation, the disposition charge must be applied to the federal share of the proceeds of surplus property.
* 17G.15.(State Engineer's Office Contract Document Review) The Office of State Engineer must review properly completed schematic design, properly completed design development, and properly completed construction documents within forty-five days of submission of documents.
* See note at end of act.
* 17G.16.(Pre-Qualifying Bidders on Construction Projects) The State Engineer's Office shall develop a procedure and a list of criteria for pre-qualifying construction bidders. The criteria shall include, but not be limited to, prior performance, recent past references on all aspects of performance, financial stability, and experience on similar construction projects. A governmental body may use the prequalification process only for projects where the construction involved is unique in nature as determined by the State Engineer's Office, and under the supervision of the State Engineer's Office unless the project falls within the governmental body's procurement certification limits. When the pre-qualification process is employed, only those bidders who are pre-qualified through this procedure are entitled to submit a bid for the project. The determination of which bidders are pre-qualified, and thereby entitled to bid, is not protestable under Section 11-35-4210 or any other provision of this Code.
* See note at end of act.
* 17G.18.(Amendments and Change Orders Related to Architectural/Engineering and Construction Contracts) Each agency of State Government shall be allowed to approve and pay for amendments to Architectural/Engineering contracts and change orders to construction contracts, within agency certification which do not alter the original scope or intent of the project, and which do not exceed the previously approved project budget.
* See note at end of act.
*17G.19. (Indefinite Delivery Contracts for Architectural/ Engineering and Construction Services)
(1) General Applicability: Indefinite delivery contracts may be awarded on an as needed basis for construction related services pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section 11-35-3020 and for architectural/engineering and land surveying services pursuant to Section 11-35-3220. When either of these two types of contracts is awarded they shall be limited to a total expenditure of $200,000 for a two year period with individual project expenditures not to exceed $100,000.
(2) Grant or Other Funded Research Projects: A governmental body may establish an indefinite delivery contract pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section 11-35-3020 for use on an as needed basis for construction or renovation funded by grant or other non-appropriated funds given for research projects. A contract established under this section shall be limited to a total expenditure of $250,000 for a two year period with individual project fees not to exceed $100,000.
(3) Small Indefinite Delivery Contracts: Small indefinite delivery contracts for architectural/engineering and land surveying services may be procured as provided in Section 11-35-3230. A contract established under this section shall be subject to and included in the limitations for individual and total contract amounts provided in Section 11-35-3230, and any regulations promulgated thereunder.
* See note at end of act.
17G.20. (Gifts-in-Kind Related to Architectural/ Engineering Services & Construction) Governmental bodies may accept gifts-in-kind of architectural/ engineering services and items of construction of a value less than $250,000 with the approval of the staff of the Commission on Higher Education, the Director of the Division of General Services, and designated staff of the Joint Bond Review Committee, provided that no such gifts shall be made or accepted if such gifts are offered with the intent of influencing the judgment of any governmental body. No other approvals or procedural requirements, including the provisions of Section 11-35-10, et seq., may be imposed on the acceptance of such gifts.
* 17G.21.(Annual Permanent Improvement Plan Process-APIP) The state shall set an approval date of August 1st for APIP.
* See note at end of act.
* 17G.22.(Definition of Permanent Improvement) The state shall define a permanent improvement only in terms of capital improvements, as defined by generally accepted accounting principles, for reporting purposes to the State.
* See note at end of act.
* 17G.23.(Permanent Improvement Planning & Execution) Each agency of State Government that has total management capability as defined and certified by the Division of General Services shall be allowed to oversee the administration of permanent improvement projects with the State Engineer's office serving as an audit function. The State Engineer's Office shall assist those small agencies who do not have the necessary expertise in permanent improvements.
* See note at end of act.
* 17G.24.(Architectural/Engineering Advertising) Each agency of State Government shall be allowed to advertise and interview for the Architectural/Engineering firms for a pending permanent improvement project with the caveat that no contract is awarded until a state project number is assigned.
* See note at end of act.
17G.26. (Museum Food Service) Except for $20,475 to be paid by the State Museum from FY 93-94 appropriations, the General Services Division of the Budget and Control Board will be responsible for the rent associated with 4,832 sq. ft. of space designated by the State Museum for a food service facility. Any funds appropriated after FY 92-93 to the State Museum for the leasing of the 4,832 sq. ft. shall be paid to General Services to offset the cost of the rent to General Services. In addition, any revenue from the leasing of the space to a food vendor, up to the balance of the cost to General Services for the lease, shall be paid to General Services. Furthermore, for FY 94 only, General Services is prohibited from leasing this space to any entity other than a food service vendor.
17G.27. (Frequent Flyer Premiums) State agencies and employees shall select air carriers based on cost and time criteria, not on whether frequent flyer premiums are given. State agencies should ensure that employees earning frequent flyer premiums while traveling on State business use them to reduce the cost of subsequent business travel whenever possible.
17G.29. (Reporting of Procurement Data) Each state agency is required to report to the Division of General Services, no later than August 15 of each year, in a format prescribed by the Division, the total dollar volume of business that was contracted either directly or through sub-contractors with certified small, minority and women-owned businesses during the previous fiscal year. The Division of General Services shall provide a copy of the report to the House Ways & Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. STATE FLEET MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 55,419 (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 289,781 (10.25) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 345,200 (11.25) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 49,817 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 49,817 DEBT SERVICE: PRINCIPAL - LOAN NOTE 19,960 _________ TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 19,960 TOTAL STATE FLEET MNGMNT 414,977 (11.25) II. VEHICLE LEASE PROGRAM PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 494,926 (20.75) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 5,400 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 500,326 (20.75) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,731,983 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,731,983 DEBT SERVICE: PRINCIPAL - LOAN NOTE 31,760 INTEREST - LOAN NOTE 11,639 _________ TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 43,399 TOTAL VEHICLE LEASE PROG 6,275,708 (20.75) III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 219,839 _________ TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 219,839 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 219,839 TOTAL B & C-MOTOR VEHICLE MANAGEMENT DIVISION 6,910,524 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (32.00)
17H.1. (Insure State Owned Vehicles/Accident Liability Regulation) Agencies shall insure State-owned vehicles through the Budget and Control Board or shall absorb the cost of accident repairs within the agency budget. State employees who, while driving State-owned vehicles on official business, are involved in accidents resulting in damages to such vehicles shall not be held liable to the State for the cost of repairs, except in the following cases: (1) If the operator was convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs at the time of the accident and the Accident Review Board determines that the operator's impaired condition substantially was the cause of the accident, the operator may be assessed up to the full cost of repairs; and (2) In all other cases, the employee operator may be assessed for an amount not to exceed two hundred dollars for each occurrence if he is found to be at fault in the accident after a review of records conducted by a duly appointed Accident Review Board.
Employees subjected to these assessments may appeal such assessment to the following bodies, in the following order:
(1) Agency Accident Review Board;
(2) Agency Executive Director or governing Board or Commission;
(3) State Motor Vehicle Management Council; and
(4) State Budget and Control Board.
17H.2. (Fleet Management Program) It is the intent of the General Assembly that the Division of Motor Vehicle Management establish a cost allocation plan to recover the cost of operating the comprehensive statewide Fleet Management Program. The Division shall collect, retain and carry forward funds to ensure continuous administration of the program.
17H.3. (Surplus Property - Exemption) The Division of Motor Vehicle Management may retain the proceeds from the sale of surplus property for fleet replacement less the cost of disposition incurred by the Division of General Services.
17H.4. (Personal Assignment of State-Owned Vehicles) No state employee except for the Governor, statewide elective state officials and agency heads may be provided a stateowned vehicle based solely on their office. Line-duty law enforcement officer, as defined by the Internal Revenue Code, shall be permanently assigned a state-owned vehicle. No employee shall be permanently assigned a vehicle, regardless of the source of funds by which the vehicle was purchased, unless the Division of Motor Vehicles has determined that permanent assignment cost is advantageous for the state. Employees operating a permanently assigned vehicle must reimburse the state for commuting between home and work unless an employee travels directly from home to a work site, bypassing headquarters. Employees operating permanently assigned vehicles are not authorized to operate the vehicle for personal use.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION & PLANNING PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 71,988 (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 241,877 (8.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 8,400 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 322,265 (9.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 77,400 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 77,400 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 399,665 (9.00) II. INSURANCE RESERVE FUND PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,203,664 (38.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 58,306 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,262,970 (39.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,429,575 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATNG EXP 1,429,575 TOTAL INSURANCE RES. FUND 2,692,545 (39.00) III. RISK MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 157,463 (6.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 55,006 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 10,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 222,469 (7.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 121,540 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 121,540 SPECIAL ITEMS: LAW/PUBLIC OFFICIALS LIABILITY PROGRAM 52,000 LOWER BACK HEALTH & SAFETY PROGRAM 7,850 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 59,850 TOTAL RISK MANAGEMENT 403,859 (7.00) IV. INSURANCE BENEFITS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,338,893 (60.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 58,711 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 37,687 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,435,291 (61.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,135,166 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,135,166 TOTAL INSURANCE BENEFITS 3,570,457 (61.00) V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 820,144 _________ TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 820,144 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 820,144 TOTAL B & C-INSURANCE SVCES DIVISION 7,886,670 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (116.00)
17J.1. (Insurance Benefits - Plan) The Budget and Control Board, by July 1, of the current fiscal year, shall develop and implement a plan increasing the employer contribution rates of the State Retirement Systems to a level adequate to cover the employer's share for the current fiscal year's cost of providing health and dental insurance to retired state and school district employees. The plan must include a method for the distribution of the funds appropriated in Section 17Q designated for retiree insurance and must also include a method for allocating to school districts, excluding EIA funding, sufficient general fund monies to offset the additional cost incurred by these entities in their federal and other fund activities as a result of this employer contribution charge.
It is the intent of the General Assembly that the amounts appropriated in this act shall constitute the State's pro rata contributions to these programs except the state shall pay its pro rata share of Health and Dental insurance premiums for retired State and Public School employees for the current fiscal year.
17J.3. (Insurance Contracts with Premiums Exceeding $50,000) The Budget and Control Board shall make quarterly payments on all insurance contracts where the annual premium exceeds $50,000. The Board shall undertake such negotiations as are necessary to implement this requirement. Where fees may be incurred for quarterly rather than annual payments, the Budget and Control Board shall determine whether investment income opportunity is greater or less than proposed fees and shall make the decision which best benefits South Carolina.
17J.5. (Long Term Care Ins. Premiums Withholding Method) The Budget and Control Board shall devise a method of withholding Long Term Care insurance premiums offered under Section 1-11-440, S.C. Code of Laws for retirees if sufficient enrollment is obtained to make such deduction feasible.
17J.6. (IRF - Forestry Commission Loan) The Insurance Reserve Fund is authorized to loan the Forestry Commission the amount needed to satisfy the settlement of the overtime compensation claim currently pending, including the related Employer Contribution costs; provided the agency first dedicates all its available financial resources (at the time of settlement) to payment of the settlement.
The loan repayment schedule is to be negotiated between the Forestry Commission and the State Budget and Control Board, and the interest rate must be the same rate established by the State Treasurer. The funds for repayment are authorized to come from any existing agency resources, and must not require any additional State appropriation.
17J.7. (Mammogram Certification) For State Health Plan Year 1994 and after that time, the Budget and Control Board under the State Health Plan may not contract with a hospital, physician's office, clinic, or similar facility for the performance of mammograms unless the hospital's mammogram center, physician's office, clinic, or facility has been certified by the American College of Radiology for the procedures or has applied for certification.
17J.8. (IRF-Set Aside/Rate Increase) Any funds available in the Insurance Reserve Fund (IRF) set aside as partial settlement of the Federal Health and Human Services Audit Settlement, that would not have been distributed directly to the Federal Government must be transferred to the Civil Contingent Fund of the Budget and Control Board. An amount not to exceed the transferred amount may be used for the following purposes:
1. To provide full or partial funding for the State's share of a property and casualty insurance rate increase as imposed by and for the IRF, and/or
2. To provide full or partial funding for any potential liability of the Coastal Council arising as a result of an action pursuant to that agency's administration of the Beach Front Management Act. Any funds resulting from the liquidation of any asset acquired pursuant to this paragraph must be remitted to the Civil Contingent Fund.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 78,720 78,720 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 344,664 344,664 (9.00) (9.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 423,384 423,384 (10.00) (10.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 187,348 187,348 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 187,348 187,348 SPECIAL ITEMS: SC LEADERSHIP PROGRAM 1,025 1,025 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 1,025 1,025 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 611,757 611,757 (10.00) (10.00) II. EXECUTIVE INSTITUTE PERSONAL SERVICE: UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 65,802 65,802 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 3,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 68,802 65,802 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 67,473 16,398 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 67,473 16,398 SPECIAL ITEMS: TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT 55,000 55,000 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 55,000 55,000 TOTAL EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 191,275 137,200 (1.00) (1.00) III. CLASSIFICATION & COMPENSATION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 592,734 592,734 (23.00) (23.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 592,734 592,734 (23.00) (23.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 154,028 154,028 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 154,028 154,028 TOTAL CLASSIFICATION & COMPENSATION 746,762 746,762 (23.00) (23.00) IV. EMPLOYEE/EMPLOYER RELATIONS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 309,448 309,448 (13.00) (13.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 3,351 3,351 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 312,799 312,799 (13.00) (13.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 103,818 103,818 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 103,818 103,818 TOTAL EMPLOYEE EMPLOYER RELATIONS 416,617 416,617 (13.00) (13.00) V. RECRUITING PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 195,094 195,094 (7.00) (7.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 195,094 195,094 (7.00) (7.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 42,917 42,917 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 42,917 42,917 TOTAL RECRUITING 238,011 238,011 (7.00) (7.00) VI. STAFF DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING A. STAFF DEVELOPMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 276,666 225,672 (9.00) (7.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 5,460 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 282,126 225,672 (9.00) (7.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 129,597 46,584 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 129,597 46,584 TOTAL STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING 411,723 272,256 (9.00) (7.00) VII. PRODUCTIVITY MANAGEMENT A. PRODUCTIVITY MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 182,689 122,157 (6.00) (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 6,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 188,689 122,157 (6.00) (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 70,185 40,785 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 70,185 40,785 TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY MGMNT 258,874 162,942 (6.00) (4.00) B. SERVICE AWARDS: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 24,638 24,638 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 24,638 24,638 TOTAL SERVICE AWARDS 24,638 24,638 TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY MGMNT 283,512 187,580 (6.00) (4.00) VIII. MERIT SYSTEM PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 425,585 (18.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 3,470 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 429,055 (18.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 245,481 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 245,481 TOTAL MERIT SYSTEM 674,536 (18.00) IX. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 621,495 484,997 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 621,495 484,997 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 621,495 484,997 TOTAL B & C-HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIV 4,195,688 3,095,180 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (87.00) (65.00)
17K.1. (Compensation - Classified Employees Pay Schedule) The State Budget and Control Board may develop and implement a revised pay schedule for classified positions. The minimum wage shall be no less than the minimum wage established by the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act and that no classified employee be paid less than the minimum of his pay range in conformity with Section 8-11-910.
17K.3. (Compensation - Salary Increases Appropriated Funds Ratio) Appropriated funds may be used for compensation increases for classified and unclassified employees and agency heads only in the same ratio that the employee's base salary is paid from appropriated sources.
17K.8. (Compensation - Agency Head Salary) Notwithstanding any other provision of law in the event of an agency head vacancy, the governing board of the agency or the Governor, must have the prior favorable recommendation of the Agency Head Salary Commission to set, discuss or offer a salary for the agency head at a rate that exceeds the minimum of the range established by the Agency Head Salary Commission. The Budget and Control Board shall have final approval authority for agency head salaries. Boards and Commissions of newly created agencies shall not offer a salary to a prospective agency head until a salary range has been established and the salary approved by the Agency Head Salary Commission. The funding for such purpose should come from resources within the agency.
17K.13. (Compensation - Reporting of Supplemental Salaries) Any compensation, excluding travel reimbursement, from an affiliated public charity, foundation, clinical faculty practice plan, or other public source or any supplement from a private source to the salary appropriated for a state employee and fixed by the State must be reported by the employee to the Division of Human Resource Management of the Budget and Control Board. The report must include the amount, source, and any condition of the supplement. Any change in the amount, source, or condition must be reported to the division by the employee.
17K.14. (Employee Suggestion Awards Program) The Budget and Control Board is hereby authorized to extend its suggestion awards program, which grants cash awards to employees based on the merit of suggestions made, to all agencies and institutions of state government desiring participation.
17K.15. (Furlough) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, during any fiscal year when the Board of Economic Advisors officially estimates and the Budget and Control Board formally certifies that revenues will likely result in a deficit in excess of the combined reserves in the Capital Reserve Fund and the General Fund Reserve, the Budget and Control Board may authorize the furlough of employees of State agencies, institutions, or departments. Provided, a furlough may only be authorized by unanimous consent of the Budget and Control Board. Provided further, furloughs shall be for such period or periods of time as deemed necessary by the Budget and Control Board not to exceed ten days in any fiscal year, nor more than two days in any pay period. No furlough shall be authorized prior to January 15th of the fiscal year in which the deficit is projected to occur. A furlough may only be authorized as a last resort alternative to a reduction in force of state employees.
It is the intent of the General Assembly that if and when the Budget and Control Board authorizes a furlough, such furlough shall be to the extent practical statewide in nature and inclusive of all employees regardless of source of funds, place of work, or tenure. The furlough shall include employees in classified positions and unclassified positions as well as agency heads.
All employees who are placed on furlough shall be on leave without pay status, without any break in service, with full continuation of all insurance benefits, and with continuing accumulation of sick and annual leave benefits.
17K.16. (Grade Reallocations/Reclassifications) It is the intent of the General Assembly that grade reallocations resulting from a pay study of a job class by the Division of Human Resource Management shall be implemented only at the beginning of a fiscal year so that the required funding may be so reflected in the budget cycle.
A reclassification of a state employee pursuant to the Uniform Classification and Compensation Plan instituted by the employee's agency or the Division of Human Resource Management of the State Budget and Control Board may take effect only when an agency head certifies to the Division of Human Resource Management and the Budget Division that personal service funding is available to provide for the annualized cost of the reclassification.
17K.17. (Hay Study - Prohibit Contracting For) The Budget and Control Board shall not contract for a study of agency head compensation during the current fiscal year.
17K.18. (Leadership South Carolina) The amount appropriated for Leadership South Carolina under the Division of Human Resource Management shall be used first for state employees and when funds are available for local government employees shall not exceed 50% per person for the total cost of participation. These grants shall not restrict employers from providing funds to cover the remaining costs of the program.
17K.19. (S.C. Cooperative Internal Merit System) All funds received by the South Carolina Cooperative Interagency Merit System which exceed the total amount of expenditures for operating expenses within a fiscal year shall be returned to the member agencies on a prorated basis.
17K.21. (Travel - Interviewee Reimbursement) Reimbursement of interviewee travel expenses, whether paid from State-appropriated, federal, or other funds, shall be allowed in accordance with the following provisions: A. Travel expenses, within the limitations applicable to State employee, may be paid to any individual being considered for employment by any State government agency if the head of the interviewing agency makes a specific, formal determination in each case: 1) that the significance of the position to be filled is such that it warrants incurring such costs; 2) that such costs would not exceed the expense of conducting the interview at the interviewee's home area or elsewhere; and 3) that qualified candidates residing within South Carolina were considered before candidates from other states were sought. B. In any situation where the position to be filled is that of an agency head, the referenced determination shall be made by the Chairman of the Board or Commission of the interviewing agency.
17K.22. (Vacancy Report/Appropriations for Compensation/ Quarterly Allocations) In providing in this Act for compensation of state employees, the General Assembly recognizes that a continuing minimum number of position vacancies among state agencies is inevitable and that the full amount appropriated for employee compensation will not likely be required. In order to provide for efficient administration and use of such appropriations, the Budget and Control Board is authorized to require such periodic reports from agencies as will reflect actual compensation requirements during the course of the year and to allot to agencies on a quarterly basis such amounts of appropriations for compensation as may be necessary to meet actual requirements only.
* 17K.23.(Pilot Innovation) Notwithstanding other provisions of law, the Budget and Control Board is authorized to enter into pilot programs with individual agencies or groups of agencies in order to create innovations in State Government. The Budget and Control Board will monitor the findings and results of pilot programs to determine if legislative recommendations should be provided to the General Assembly.
* See note at end of act.
17K.24. (Senior Professional Service) The Division of Human Resource Management of the Budget and Control Board will develop a plan for a Senior Professional Service for upper management level employees of State agencies. The plan will be submitted to the Governor and the General Assembly by January 15, 1994. The plan will address qualifications, compensation, benefits, retention, mobility, and other factors necessary to establish a professional service geared to maximizing the mission of State agencies.
17K.25. (Total Quality Management) The $140,000 provided herein for Total Quality Management shall be used to provide training for State Agency Heads, managers and employees for the purpose of strategic quality planning, leadership skills and team facilitator training. These funds shall not be transferred to any other program or used for any other purpose.
17K.26. (Employment Rights Affected by Restructuring) Provided, that all State employees affected by the restructuring of State agencies shall retain all present employment rights. Employees who are transferred or reassigned as a result of restructuring who had attained permanent status as provided in the State Employee Grievance Procedure Act of 1982, as amended, shall retain such rights. Employees in positions not covered by the State Employee Grievance Procedure Act of 1982, as amended, who would occupy positions subject to the Act after restructuring and who have more than six months service as a State employee shall have grievance rights under the Act.
17K.27. (Agency Head Salaries Affected by Restructuring) The salaries of Agency Directors affected by restructuring will be reviewed by the Division of Human Resource Management of the Budget and Control Board. The review by the Division of Human Resource Management will be submitted to the Agency Head Salary Commission and the Budget and Control Board. The Agency Head Salary Commission shall recommend to the Budget and Control Board any salary adjustments deemed appropriate for approval.
* 17K.28.(Flexible Work Schedules) Each agency of State Government shall be allowed to determine the work schedule of each of its employees to meet the needs and deliver the services of the agency. Each schedule of work must average at least the minimum 37.5 hour work week.
* See note at end of act.
17K.29. (Annual Pay Plan Framework) The Division of Human Resource Management will develop in consultation with the State Employees Association a framework for the development of an annual pay plan for State employees. This plan will be based on criteria including but not limited to performance, experience, and position in salary range. The framework for the pay plan will be submitted to the Governor and the General Assembly by January 15, 1994.
* 17K.30.(Individual Performance Compensation) Notwithstanding other provisions of law, state agencies may increase or decrease individual employee salaries based upon performance. Such increase or decrease shall be determined by the agency. Performance increases shall not place an employee's salary above the maximum of the grade or executive compensation level. Performance decreases may not place an employee's salary below the minimum of the grade or executive compensation level. Performance decreases shall be based on the results of an EPMS evaluation. Employees assessed salary decreases may seek redress through the State employees' grievance system.
* See note at end of act.
* 17K.31.(Group Performance Bonus) State agencies are authorized to develop group productivity incentive programs for the recognition and award of team accomplishments through group performance. Employees of any organizational unit within each of the various agencies are eligible to share equally 25% of the identified savings resulting from reduced operational costs in the unit up to a maximum of $2,000 per employee in a fiscal year. The agency shall adopt policies and procedures to determine unit expenses or base data and for the year of participation in the group productivity incentive program. Records of proposals, actual dollar savings and employee awards will be reported to the Budget and Control Board or its designee. Any bonus or cash award paid as a group productivity incentive shall not become a part of the employee's base salary and shall not be considered as compensation in terms of contributions to and determination of benefits for any of the State's retirement systems.
* See note at end of act.
17K.32. (Employee Recognition) State agencies and institutions shall be allowed to spend public funds on employee plaques, certificates and other events, including meals and similar types of recognition to reward innovations or improvements by individual employees or employee teams that enhance the quality of work or productivity or as a part of employee development programs of their agency or institution. Awards shall be limited to $50.00 for each individual and to five employees or 10% of the total employees of the agency, whichever is greater.
17K.33.(Bonus Payment Capital Gains Delay) (A) Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 12-7-437 of the 1976 Code, the provisions of Section 12-7-437(A)(3) are applicable for tax years beginning after 1993.
(B) The revenue derived for the reduction of the long-term capital gain deduction as provided in subsection (A) of this section must be distributed for a one-time bonus for state employees.
(C) The provisions of this paragraph and the $10,950,000 appropriated in Section 17Q of this section to fund the onetime employee bonus are not severable. If the $10,950,000 appropriation is deleted, then this paragraph is also considered deleted.
Effective on November 30, 1993, each state employee, including local providers, making less than $35,000 and, who has been in continuous state service since June 2, 1993, is eligible to receive a one-time lump-sum payment. Effective on the date of the lump-sum payment, a total of $10,950,000 shall be distributed to state employees. Employees who earn $25,000 or less shall receive twice as much as those employees who earn more than $25,000. This payment is not a part of the employee's base salary and is not earnable compensation for purposes of employer or employee contributions to respective retirement systems. This appropriation may be used for payments to employees only in the same ratio as the employee's base salary is paid from appropriated sources. Legislative and Judicial employees, including permanent part-time employees must receive the above one-time lump-sum payment regardless of their hire date; however, no additional funds are provided for these payments. Bonus for these employees in the Legislature and Judiciary must be funded out of their respective budgets. The lump-sum payment to which a classified state employee, who was employed on June 1, 1993, and who died after June 1, 1993, but before December 1, 1993 would have been entitled under this provision had the employee remained in continuous state service until December 1, 1993, must be paid to his estate if open, and to the residual heirs or beneficiaries of the employee's estate if the estate has been closed. The payment required by this provision must be made by the State Treasurer upon warrant of the Comptroller General from the state general fund in the manner the Budget and Control Board shall direct within thirty days after the estate, heirs, or beneficiaries notify the Division of Human Resource Management of the Budget and Control Board of the person or entity to whom the payment should be made. The Division may require proof of proper inheritance as it considers necessary.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION A. OFFICE ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 75,503 75,503 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 124,042 124,042 (5.00) (5.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 67,567 67,567 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 267,112 267,112 (7.00) (7.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 42,335 42,335 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 42,335 42,335 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS B&C BD GRANT PROGRAM FUND 6,802,209 6,802,209 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 6,802,209 6,802,209 TOTAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 7,111,656 7,111,656 (7.00) (7.00) B. STATE REVOLVING FUND 1. LOAN ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 145,000 (4.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 145,000 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 75,000 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 75,000 _________ TOTAL LOAN ADMINISTRATION 220,000 (4.00) 2. LOANS DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS MISCELLANEOUS AID 30,517,026 5,086,171 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 30,517,026 5,086,171 TOTAL LOANS 30,517,026 5,086,171 TOTAL STATE REVOLVING FUND 30,737,026 5,086,171 (4.00) TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 37,848,682 12,197,827 (11.00) (7.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 85,530 51,448 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 85,530 51,448 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 85,530 51,448 TOTAL B & C-LOCAL GOVMNT DIVISION 37,934,212 12,249,275 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (11.00) (7.00)
17L.1. (Carry Forward - BCB Grant Program & EPA Grant Match Funds) Funds appropriated under Section 17L, Local Government Division, "Aid to Entities: " Budget and Control Board Grant Program Funds and EPA Grant Match Funds which are not expended in the prior fiscal year may be carried forward to be expended in the current fiscal year. Of the Grant Funds appropriated under the Local Government Division, $120,000 may be used for operating cost of the Division.
17L.2. (Carry Forward - State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund) If any funds accumulated by the Budget and Control Board, Local Government Division from loan fees are not expended during the preceding fiscal years, such funds may be carried forward and expended for the costs associated with conducting the State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund.
17L.3. (Local Government Grants Expenditure Deadline) The funds received from grants from the Local Government Division after July 1, of the current fiscal year, must be expended for the purpose listed in the grant within six months from the date of approval by the Local Government Division, unless an extension is granted by the Local Government Division, or the funds must be returned to the Local Government Division. Failure to expend or return the grant funds within a six-month period or the expenditure of the funds for the purposes not listed in the grants makes the grantee ineligible to receive funds from the Local Government Division until approved by the Budget and Control Board.
17L.4. (Maximizing BCB Grant Program Funds) Of the funds appropriated for the Budget and Control Board Grant Program, six million dollars must not be committed, except for emergency requests, until which time the Local Government Division can maximize state funds by matching available federal water and sewer funds.
17L.5. (State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund) In the event that any state funds remain after fully matching federal grants for the State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (SRF) under the Clean Water Act, such funds may be deposited into an account to establish a low interest revolving loan program for water facilities. Any such water loan fund shall be conducted according to policies established by the Budget and Control Board and repayments from any loans shall be deposited into the same account and be available for additional loans. Balances shall be carried forward annually and investment income earned on any balance shall be remitted to the General Fund.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: STATE AUDITOR 90,969 90,969 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 129,947 129,947 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,000 1,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 221,916 221,916 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 33,809 33,809 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 33,809 33,809 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 255,725 255,725 (5.00) (5.00) II. AUDITS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,939,820 1,939,820 (66.00) (66.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 194,580 194,580 (3.00) (3.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 9,000 9,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,143,400 2,143,400 (69.00) (69.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 937,181 937,181 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 937,181 937,181 TOTAL AUDITS 3,080,581 3,080,581 (69.00) (69.00) III. HOTLINE SPECIAL ITEMS: MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIONS 1,934 1,934 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 1,934 1,934 TOTAL HOTLINE 1,934 1,934 IV. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 565,536 565,536 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 565,536 565,536 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 565,536 565,536 TOTAL B & C-AUDITOR'S OFFICE 3,903,776 3,903,776 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (74.00) (74.00)
17M.1. (Access of Records) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for the purposes of carrying out his duties, the State Auditor and his assistants or designees shall have access to all records and facilities of every state agency during normal operating hours. Furthermore, the State Auditor and his assistants or designees shall have access to all relevant records and facilities of any private organization which is appropriated state monies, relating to the management and expenditures of such funds, during the organization's normal operating hours. In the performance of his official duties, the State Auditor and his assistants or designees are subject to the statutory provisions and penalties regarding the confidentiality of records of the respective agency, or organization, under review. All audit working papers and memoranda of the State Auditor, with the exception of final audit reports, are confidential and not subject to public disclosure.
17M.2. (Audit Timeframes) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the State Auditor may examine less often than annually those agencies, departments, commissions and divisions whose total funding from any source is less than $500,000, provided that every such agency, department, commission or division shall be examined no less often than every third year. The State Auditor shall annually report to the Budget and Control Board a plan to comply with this provision.
17M.3. (Contracts for State Audits) In the event qualified personnel cannot be hired during the current fiscal year, any unused personal service funds in Subsection 17M, may be used to contract private firms to perform audits as prescribed by the State Auditor.
17M.4. (Fraud Hot Line) The State Auditor is directed to maintain a Fraud Hot Line, and provide statewide toll free telephone service for use by citizens of this State to report incidences of waste, fraud, misuse, and abuse of state funds. The State Auditor is further directed to advertise the Fraud Hot Line in an appropriate manner.
17M.5. (Medical Assistance Audit) The Health and Human Services Finance Commission shall remit to the General Fund an amount representing fifty percent (allowable Federal Financial Participation) of the cost of the Medical Assistance Audit as established in the State Auditor's Office of The Budget and Control Board Section 17M such amount to also include appropriated salary adjustments and employer contributions allowable to this program. Such remittance to the General Fund shall be made monthly and based on invoices as provided by the State Auditor's Office of the Budget and Control Board.
17M.6. (Probationary Period for Public Accounts Auditors) Notwithstanding any other provision of law and upon approval of the Budget and Control Board, an employee appointed to fill an original, full-time position as a Public Accounts Assistant Auditor, Public Accounts Senior Assistant Auditor, Public Accounts Senior Auditor, Public Accounts Audit Supervisor, or Public Accounts Audit Manager, shall serve a probationary period of not more than twelve (12) months.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. BOARD OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 178,805 178,805 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 3,675 3,675 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 182,480 182,480 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 54,793 54,793 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 54,793 54,793 SPECIAL ITEMS: CHAIRMAN'S ALLOWANCE 10,000 10,000 APPOINTEE ALLOWANCES 16,000 16,000 BEA MEMBERS TRAVEL 2,117 2,117 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 28,117 28,117 TOTAL BD OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS 265,390 265,390 (4.00) (4.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 47,993 47,993 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 47,993 47,993 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 47,993 47,993 TOTAL B & C-BOARD OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS 313,383 313,383 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (4.00) (4.00)
17N.1. (Membership, Compensation, Duties) Notwithstanding the provisions of 11-9-820 of the 1976 Code, the Board of Economic Advisors shall consist of the following members:
(1) one member, appointed by the Governor, who shall serve as chairman and shall receive the sum of $10,000 annually;
(2) one member appointed by the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee who shall receive the sum of $8,000 annually;
(3) one member appointed by the Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives who shall receive the sum of $8,000 annually;
(4) Chairman of the State Tax Commission, ex officio with no voting rights.
The appointed members shall serve at the pleasure of their appointors. The Chairman of the Board of Economic Advisors shall report directly to the Budget and Control Board to establish policy governing economic trend analysis. The Board of Economic Advisors shall provide for its staffing and administrative support from funds appropriated by the General Assembly.
The Executive Director of the Budget and Control Board shall assist the Governor, Chairman of the Board of Economic Advisors, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, and Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives in providing an effective system for compiling and maintaining current and reliable economic data. The Board of Economic Advisors is considered a public body under the provisions of Section 30-4-20(a) of the 1976 Code. The Board of Economic Advisors may establish an advisory board to assist in carrying out its duties and responsibilities. All state agencies, departments, institutions and divisions shall provide such information and data as the board may require.
17N.2. (Mid-Year Budget Reductions & Restricting the Rate of Expenditures) Any appropriations made herein or by special act now or hereafter, are hereby declared to be maximum, conditional and proportionate, the purpose being to make them payable in full in the amount named herein, if necessary, but only in the event the aggregate revenues available during the period for which the appropriation is made are sufficient to pay them in full. The State Budget and Control Board shall have full power and authority to survey the progress of the collection of revenue and the expenditure of funds by all departments and institutions. If the Budget and Control Board determines that a deficit may occur, it shall utilize such funds as may be available to avoid a year end deficit and thereafter take such action as necessary to restrict the rate of expenditure as provided in this section of this Act. No institution, activity, program, item, special appropriation, or allocation for which the General Assembly has provided funding in any part of this Act shall be discontinued, deleted, or deferred by the Budget and Control Board. Any reduction of rate of expenditure by the said Board, under authority of this Act, shall be applied as uniformly as may be practicable except that no reduction shall be applied to funds encumbered by a written contract with an agency not connected with the State Government. No such reduction shall be ordered by the State Budget and Control Board while the General Assembly is in session without first reporting such necessity to the General Assembly and allowing 48 hours for a response.
As far as practicable all departments, institutions, and agencies of the State are hereby directed to budget and allocate the appropriations herein made to them as quarterly allocations so as to provide for operation on uniform standards throughout the fiscal year and in order to avoid a deficiency in such appropriations. It should be recognized that academic year calendars of state institutions will affect the uniformity of the receipt and distribution of funds during the years. The Budget and Control Board is authorized to require any agency, institutions or department to file a quarterly allocations plan and is further authorized to restrict the rate of expenditures of the agency, institution or department if the Board determines that a deficit may occur. The bonds of State officials violating the terms of this section shall be held liable therefor, unless the Budget and Control Board has been advised of, and officially recognizes the necessity for such deficit.
17N.3. (Revenue Estimate Timeframes) Notwithstanding the provisions of 11-9-880 as it relates to the November 1 date of the initial forecast, the Board of Economic Advisors shall provide the following revenue estimates no later than October 15 of the current fiscal year: a) detailed revenue estimates for the next fiscal year, b) an update on the detailed revenue estimates for the current fiscal year as compared to Appropriation Act estimates, and c) a review of actual revenues as compared to the Appropriation Act estimates for the previous fiscal year. The BEA shall provide an April 15 revenue estimate for the current fiscal year.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 91,665 (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 3,051,619 (111.00) NEW POSITIONS: COUNSELOR I 20,956 (1.00) ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST C 33,118 (2.00) SYSTEM PROGRAMER II 32,264 (1.00) ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II 17,221 (1.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 328,200 (5.00) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST C 33,118 (2.00) ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II 34,442 (2.00) COUNSELOR I 20,147 (1.00) SUPPORT SERVICE SUPERVISOR 21,791 (1.00) PROGRAMMER ANALYST I 25,493 (1.00) ATTORNEY II 39,254 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 87,030 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,836,318 (130.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,290,091 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,290,091 SPECIAL ITEMS: RETIREMENT NEWSLETTER 34,700 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 34,700 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 6,161,109 (130.00) II. SELF INSURANCE PROGRAM: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 130,375 (6.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 130,375 (6.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 223,269 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 223,269 TOTAL SELF INSURANCE PROGRAM 353,644 (6.00) III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 931,980 _________ TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 931,980 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 931,980 IV. NON-RECURRING APPRO. CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 100,000 EQUIPMENT 248,930 _________ TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 348,930 TOTAL NON-RECURRING 348,930 TOTAL B & C-RETIREMENT DIV. 7,795,663 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (136.00)
17P.1. (Authorization to Pay Financial Data Systems up to $600,000) The Retirement System is authorized to pay the Budget & Control Board - Financial Systems from funds appropriated to contractual services a charge for data processing services. The cost will be determined on an hourly basis and shall not exceed the sum of $600,000.
17P.2. (Police Retirement System Benefits) No retired person under the Police Insurance and Annuity Fund shall receive less than one hundred dollars monthly.
17P.3. (Retirement Benefits Limits Increase) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, except as provided below, retirees and beneficiaries under the State Retirement Systems receiving Medicaid (Title XIX) sponsored nursing home care as of June 30, of the prior fiscal year shall receive no increase in retirement benefits during the current fiscal year. However, a retired employee affected by the above prohibition may receive the scheduled increase if he is discharged from the nursing home and does not require admission to a hospital or nursing home within six months. The State Health & Human Services Finance Commission, the Department of Social Services, and the State Retirement Systems must share the information needed to implement this proviso.
17P.4. (Retirement Contributions - Monthly Transfers) Notwithstanding the amounts appropriated in Subsection 17Q of this Section as "State Employer Contributions," the State Treasurer and Comptroller General are hereby authorized and directed to transfer from the General Fund of the State to the proper Retirement System Accounts, month by month, during the current fiscal year, such funds as are necessary to comply with the terms of the Retirement Act as amended, with respect to contributions by the State of South Carolina to the Retirement System.
17P.5. (Temporary Scientific Consultative Employment) Any teacher or employee especially skilled in scientific knowledge and attainment may be temporarily employed by any part of the government or any agency thereof in a consultative capacity on a per diem compensation without such temporary consultative employment in any way affecting, reducing or canceling his retirement benefits but such temporary consultative employment shall not exceed six months in any one year.
17P.6. (Retirement Incentive) Pursuant to Section 59-103-15, any governing body, state agency, school district or political subdivision participating in the South Carolina Retirement System or the Police Officers Retirement System may elect to offer a one-time lump sum payment of 25% of the employee's budgeted base salary or $7,500 whichever is greater at the time of retirement. The governing body, state agency, school district or political subdivision must adopt a resolution wherein the employer agrees to be liable for funding any costs associated with the retirement incentive. Eligible employees must make a voluntary but irrevocable election no earlier than August 1, 1993 and no later than November 1, 1993 to retire from their permanent positions. The date of retirement can be no later than July 1, 1994. The lump sum payment must be made by the end of the fiscal year quarter following the fiscal year quarter during which the employee retires. Employees who occupy slotted positions and who meet one of the following criteria are eligible for the one-time lump sum incentive: 1) have established or will have established 30 years of service credit with the South Carolina Retirement System or have attained or will have attained the age of 65; 2) have established or will have established 25 years of service credit or is age or will be age 55 with 5 years of credited service with the Police Officers Retirement System; 3) have attained age 60 (reduced 5% penalty for each year under 65); 4) have attained age 55 and have established or will have established 25 years of service credit with the South Carolina Retirement System (reduced 4% for each year of service under 30). All savings derived from the retirement incentive may be retained and carried forward by the governing body, state agency, school district or political subdivision. The bonus shall not be included in the average final compensation for purposes of calculating the amount of the retirement annuity with the South Carolina Retirement System. Any eligible person who is employed under contract and who makes the voluntary retirement decision during the election period and who subsequently breaks the contract in order to retire shall become ineligible for the retirement incentive payment. All employers participating in the retirement incentive program must report the costs and savings associated with the program for a time period and in a format specified by the Budget and Control Board.
17P.7. (Carry Forward for Management Study) Unexpended funds from the prior fiscal year in the amount of $100,000 may be carried forward and expended in the current fiscal year for the purpose of conducting a management study of the Division.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS A. S.C. RETIREMENT SYSTEM-EMP.C RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS: UNEMPLOYMENT COMP INS 1,895 1,895 STATE RETIREMENT-MILITARY & NON- 975,977 975,977 RETIREMENT SPPL-STATE EMP 2,731,109 2,731,109 RETIREMENT SUPPLEMENT-PUBLIC SCH 5,210,483 5,210,483 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 8,919,464 8,919,464 TOTAL S. C. RETIREMENT SYS 8,919,464 8,919,464 B. POLICE RETIREMENT-EMPLOYER C RETIREMENT-POL OFF,REG/SAP 66,257 66,257 RETIREMENT SPPL-POL OFF 140,861 140,861 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 207,118 207,118 TOTAL POLICE RET-EMPLOYER CONTRIB 207,118 207,118 D. RATE INCREASE HEALTH INS-RETIRED ST EMP 1,204,602 1,204,602 HEALTH INS-RET PUB SCH EMP 1,204,602 1,204,602 DENTAL INS-RET ST EMP 71,109 71,109 DENTAL INS-RET SCHL EMP 71,109 71,109 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 2,551,422 2,551,422 TOTAL RATE INCREASES 2,551,422 2,551,422 TOTAL STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 11,678,004 11,678,004 II. STATE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS B. BASE PAY INCREASE PERSONAL SERVICE BASE PAY INCREASE 124,085 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 124,085 TOTAL ST. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 124,085 III. NON-RECURRING PERSONAL SERVICE ONE-TIME EMPLOYEE BONUS 10,950,000 10,950,000 TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 10,950,000 10,950,000 TOTAL NON-RECURRING 10,950,000 10,950,000 TOTAL B&C-EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 22,752,089 22,628,004
17Q.1. (Benefits - Proportionate Payment) It is the intent of the General Assembly that any agency of the State Government whose operations are covered by funds from other than General Fund Appropriations shall pay from such other sources a proportionate share of the employer costs of retirement, social security, workmen's compensation insurance, unemployment compensation insurance, health and other insurance for active and retired employees, and any other employer contribution provided by the State for the agency's employees.
17Q.2. (Unemployment Compensation Account Surplus) Surplus funds in the Unemployment Compensation Account as of June 30, of the prior fiscal year, not expended or established in a reserve account to cover unemployment benefit claims paid to employees of the State Government who are entitled, shall be deposited into a separate account which shall first be used to pay those claims incurred prior to July 1, 1985 for Worker's Compensation benefits outstanding against State Government and secondly be used to pay surplus unemployment compensation benefit claims or surplus Worker's Compensation claims in excess of premiums paid by State Agencies.
17Q.3. (Unemployment Compensation Administration) The Budget and Control Board may hire consultants or a management firm to assist in the administration of the unemployment compensation program for state employees and for that purpose may use funds appropriated or otherwise made available for unemployment payments. The Budget and Control Board is authorized to make such transfers as are necessary to accomplish this purpose. The Budget and Control Board shall report annually to the General Assembly in writing the complete name, address and amounts paid to any such consultants or management firm.
17Q.4. (Unemployment Compensation Insurance Claims) Notwithstanding the amounts appropriated in Subsection 17Q of this Section as "Unemployment Compensation Insurance" to cover unemployment benefit claims paid to employees of the State Government who are entitled under Federal Law, the State Treasurer and the Comptroller General are hereby authorized and directed to pay from the General Fund of the State to the South Carolina Employment Security Commission such funds as are necessary to cover actual benefit claims paid during the current fiscal year which exceed the amounts paid in for this purpose by the various agencies, departments and institutions subject to unemployment compensation claims. The Employment Security Commission shall certify quarterly to the Budget and Control Board the State's liability for such benefit claims actually paid to claimants who were employees of the State of South Carolina and entitled under Federal law. The amount so certified shall be remitted to the Employment Security Commission.
17Q.5. (Workers' Compensation Insurance Claims) Notwithstanding the amounts appropriated in Subsection 17Q of this Section as "Workers' Compensation Insurance" to cover Workers' Compensation benefit claims paid to employees of the State Government who are entitled under State Law, the State Treasurer and the Comptroller General are hereby authorized and directed to pay from the General Fund of the State to the State Accident Fund such funds as are necessary to cover actual benefit claims paid and expenses relating to the operations of the agency during the current fiscal year which exceed the amounts paid in for this purpose by the various agencies, departments, and institutions. The State Accident Fund shall certify quarterly to the Budget and Control Board the State's liability for such benefit claims actually paid to claimants who are employees of the State of South Carolina and entitled under State Law. The amount so certified shall be remitted to the State Accident Fund.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. CAPITAL RESERVE FUND SPECIAL ITEMS CAPITAL RESERVE FUND 66,831,734 66,831,734 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 66,831,734 66,831,734 TOTAL B & C-CAP RES. FUND 66,831,734 66,831,734 TOTAL BUDGET & CONTROL BD 236,264,524 126,285,517 TOTAL AUTH. FTE POSITIONS (1,227.88) (439.04)
17R.1. (Deficit Projected - Use of CRF) If the Board of Economic Advisors revenue forecast to the Budget and Control Board at any time during the current fiscal year projects that revenues for the current fiscal year will be less than appropriated expenditures for this year, the Budget and Control Board in mandating necessary cuts during the current fiscal year to eliminate the projected deficit must first reduce to the extent necessary the appropriation herein contained to the Capital Reserve Fund, prior to mandating any cuts in operating appropriations.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROGRAM A. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: CHAIRMAN 67,629 67,629 (1.00) (1.00) COMMISSIONER/S 126,874 126,874 (2.00) (2.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,746,392 2,746,392 (95.00) (95.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 77,244 77,244 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 43,400 43,400 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,061,539 3,061,539 (99.00) (99.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,391,234 2,390,734 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,391,234 2,390,734 SPECIAL ITEMS LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX 1,125,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 1,125,000 _________ TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 6,577,773 5,452,273 (99.00) (99.00) B. INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,606,257 2,606,257 (88.00) (88.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 21,000 21,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,627,257 2,627,257 (88.00) (88.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 3,152,924 3,152,924 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 3,152,924 3,152,924 TOTAL INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 5,780,181 5,780,181 (88.00) (88.00) TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE & PGM SUPPORT 12,357,954 11,232,454 (187.00) (187.00) II. AUDIT AND COLLECTION A. OFFICE SERVICE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,858,114 4,858,114 (237.00) (237.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 407,990 147,650 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 5,266,104 5,005,764 (237.00) (237.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,280,634 1,136,634 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,280,634 1,136,634 TOTAL OFFICE SERVICE 6,546,738 6,142,398 (237.00) (237.00) B. PROPERTY PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,265,312 1,265,312 (38.00) (38.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 3,431 3,431 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,268,743 1,268,743 (38.00) (38.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 92,034 92,034 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 92,034 92,034 SPECIAL ITEM: PROPERTY REASSESSMENT 105,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 105,000 _________ TOTAL PROPERTY 1,465,777 1,360,777 (38.00) (38.00) C. FIELD SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 9,664,278 9,664,278 (337.00) (337.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 41,581 41,581 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 9,705,859 9,705,859 (337.00) (337.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,038,953 1,038,953 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,038,953 1,038,953 SPECIAL ITEM: REVENUE STAMPS 234,726 234,726 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 234,726 234,726 TOTAL FIELD SERVICES 10,979,538 10,979,538 (337.00) (337.00) TOTAL AUDIT & COLLECTION 18,992,053 18,482,713 (612.00) (612.00) III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 5,767,728 5,757,068 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 5,767,728 5,757,068 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 5,767,728 5,757,068 TOTAL TAX COMMISSION 37,117,735 35,472,235 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (799.00) (799.00)
18A.1. (Alcoholic Liquor Revenues) Appropriations in this Act to cover the cost of the administration and enforcement of alcoholic liquor laws by the Department of Revenue and Taxation and appropriations in this Act for expenses of the State Law Enforcement Division - ABC Enforcement shall be deducted from the total revenues from alcoholic liquors before distributions of such revenues to the counties and municipalities of the State and such amounts withheld shall be remitted to the General Fund of the State.
18A.2. (Tax Auditor Probationary Period) Notwithstanding any other provision of law and upon approval of the Budget and Control Board, an employee, appointed to fill an original full-time position as a Tax Auditor with the South Carolina Tax Commission, shall serve a probationary period of not more than twelve (12) months.
18A.3. (Cost Recovery Fee) The Tax Commission may impose a fee to recover the cost of postage and handling for distributing tax forms to tax practitioners, to recover the cost of printing rules and regulations and other Tax Commission publications, and to recover the cost of photocopying tax returns, and that such funds shall be retained in the Agency's Program I.A. `Administrative and Program Administration'.
18A.4. (Subpoenaed Employee Expense Reimbursement) If any employee of the South Carolina Tax Commission is subpoenaed to testify during litigation not involving the Tax Commission, the party subpoenaing the employee(s) to testify shall reimburse the State for expenses incurred by the employee(s) requested to testify. Expenses shall include but are not limited to the cost of materials and the average daily salary of the employee or employees.
18A.5. (Bingo Revenue) As to revenue derived from the provisions of Chapter 21, Title 12, which is collected from bingo, the Tax Commission may withhold from the General Fund portion of this revenue the actual costs, not to exceed $50,000 per fiscal year, of bingo tickets purchased and used by agents of the Tax Commission and of criminal record checks pursuant to the evaluation of applications for bingo licenses.
18A.6. (Court Order Funds Carry Forward) Funds awarded to the Tax Commission by court order shall be retained in a special account and shall be carried forward from year to year, and expended as needed to accomplish the purposes and conditions of said order if specified, and if not specified, as may be directed by the Tax Commissioners.
18A.7. (Road Tax Indicia) As to revenue collected from the Road Tax on Motor Carriers, the Tax Commission may withhold from the State highway fund portion of this revenue the actual cost, not to exceed $75,000 per fiscal year, of the registration cards and identification markers issued under the provisions of Section 12-31-250.
18A.8. (Sale of Abandoned Property) In accordance with Section 27-18-240, C.L.S.C., as to the proceeds from the sale of abandoned property under Section 27-18-230, the Tax Commission may deduct from any deposit to the credit of the General Fund costs in general support of the location, identification and sale of abandoned property, subject to the following limitations: (a) the total deduction may not exceed 5% of the amount credited to the General Fund for this revenue source in the same fiscal year, and (b) the total deduction may not exceed actual costs for the same fiscal year.
18A.9. (Assessor Training) Pursuant to the enforcement of Section 12-37-110, C.L.S.C., the Property Division of the Tax Commission may charge participants a fee to cover the cost of pertinent education and training programs. The revenue generated may be applied to the cost of the related operation, and any unexpended balance may be carried forward to subsequent fiscal periods and utilized for the same purpose.
18A.11. (Professional Designation or License Cost) Whenever a professional designation or license is a legislatively mandated requirement for employment by the Tax Commission, the Commission shall be responsible for the annual cost to maintain that required designation or license and provide for examination cost associated with such designation or license if not outside his/her normal duties.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. MOTOR VEHICLE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 12,729,184 12,729,184 (684.50) (684.50) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING DMV BRANCH OFFICE SPEC. 1,455,970 1,455,970 (97.00) (97.00) ADMIN. SPEC. A 466,970 466,970 (35.00) (35.00) KEY ENTRY PER. EQUIP. OPER. II 53,368 53,368 (4.00) (4.00) MICROFILM TECH. II 26,684 26,684 (2.00) (2.00) CUSTODIAL WORKER III 43,864 43,864 (4.00) (4.00) CLERICAL SPEC. B 74,016 74,016 (6.00) (6.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 757,376 757,376 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 15,607,432 15,607,432 (832.50) (832.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 6,569,603 6,569,603 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 6,569,603 6,569,603 TOTAL MOTOR VEHICLE 22,177,035 22,177,035 (832.50) (832.50) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 2,056,217 2,056,217 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 2,056,217 2,056,217 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,056,217 2,056,217 TOTAL DIV OF MOTOR VEHICLES (TRANS) 24,233,252 24,233,252 TOTAL AUTH. FTE POSITIONS (832.50) (832.50) TOTAL DEPT OF REVENUE AND TAXATION 61,350,987 59,705,487 TOTAL AUTH. FTE POSITIONS (1,631.50) (1,631.50)
18B.2. (Temporary Driver's License) The Motor Vehicles Division is authorized to issue a temporary driver's license or identification card without a laminated colored photograph of the licensee, for a period not to exceed twelve months. The applicant and licensee must comply with provisions of law as set forth in Chapter 1 of Title 56 of the South Carolina Code of Laws, as amended, and such license shall expire no later than the last day of the month one year from the date of issuance or such time as indicated by the Division. The fee for such temporary license or identification card shall be one dollar.
18B.3. (License Fees) Notwithstanding any provision of Title 56 of the 1976 Code relating to the disposition of revenues, all revenues derived under Chapter 56 credited to the State Highway Fund in Fiscal Year 1992-93 must be credited to the General Fund of the state for the period July 1, 1993 through June 30, 1994.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 97,966 97,966 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 524,660 524,660 (20.25) (20.25) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 324,134 324,134 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 24,505 24,505 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 971,265 971,265 (26.25) (26.25) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 501,022 501,022 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 501,022 501,022 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 1,472,287 1,472,287 (26.25) (26.25) II. SERVICE PROGRAMS SPECIAL ITEMS SREB CONT PRG SCHOLARSHIPS 683,799 683,799 SREB FEES AND ASSESSMENTS 135,000 135,000 SREB SMALL GRANTS 4,006 4,006 ARTS PROGRAM 16,106 16,106 CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE 367,850 ALLOC EIA-TCHR RECRUIT PROG 1,328,396 ALLOC EIA-TCHR LEADERSHIP 800,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 3,335,157 838,911 TOTAL SERVICE PROGRAMS 3,335,157 838,911 III. TRAINING FOR SCI/MATH TEACH SPECIAL ITEMS: FED. GRANT-MATH/SCI.TEACHERS 870,384 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 870,384 TOTAL TRAINING SCI & MATH TEACHERS 870,384 IV. CUTTING EDGE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 110,880 110,880 (3.00) (3.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 110,880 110,880 (3.00) (3.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 18,340 18,340 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 18,340 18,340 SPECIAL ITEMS: PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR 5,000 5,000 PALMETTO FELLOWS SCHOLARSHIP 382,800 382,800 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 387,800 387,800 TOTAL CUTTING EDGE 517,020 517,020 (3.00) (3.00) V. DESEGREGATION DESEGREGATION 435,983 435,983 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 435,983 435,983 TOTAL DESEGREGATION PROGRAMS 435,983 435,983 VI. STATE APPROVING SECTION PERSONEL SERVICES CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 206,853 63,056 (7.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 15,350 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 222,203 63,056 (7.00) (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 102,150 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 102,150 TOTAL STATE APPROVING SECTION 324,353 63,056 (7.00) (2.00) VII. DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL-IPP NOTE 68,773 68,773 INTEREST-IPP NOTE 21,013 21,013 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 89,786 89,786 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 89,786 89,786 VIII. HIGHER EDUCATION AWARENESS PROGRAM PERSONEL SERVICES CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 65,000 (2.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 65,000 (2.00) OTHER OPERATING OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 173,000 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 173,000 TOTAL HIGHER EDUCATION AWARENESS PROGRAM 238,000 (2.00) IX. STATE OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING ADV. COUNCIL PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 67,474 28,776 (3.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 6,170 480 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 73,644 29,256 (3.00) (2.00) OTHER OPERATING OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 159,383 25,879 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 159,383 25,879 TOTAL STATE OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING ADV COMM 233,027 55,135 (3.00) (2.00) X. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 326,659 245,992 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 326,659 245,992 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 326,659 245,992 XI. SPECIAL ITEMS: HIGHER EDUCATION FUND 32,000,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 32,000,000 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 32,000,000 TOTAL COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION 39,842,656 3,718,170 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (41.25) (33.25)
19A.1. (Contract for Services Program Fees) The amounts appropriated in this Section for "Southern Regional Education Board Contract Programs" and "Southern Regional Education Board Dues" are to be used by the Commission to pay to the Southern Regional Education Board the required contract fees for South Carolina students enrolled under the Contract for Services program of the Southern Regional Education Board, in specific degree programs in specified institutions and the Southern Regional Education Board membership dues. The funds appropriated may not be reduced to cover any budget reductions or be transferred for other purposes.
19A.3. (Desegregation Activities) Higher Education institutions shall continue to support and fund desegregation activities within the allocations made to each agency.
19A.4. (Grants for Programs in Other States) Of the funds appropriated herein, not more than $25,000 may be used to make grants to South Carolina residents enrolled in an accredited institution outside the State in a program (a) not offered in South Carolina, (b) or a program which differs significantly from a program offered in South Carolina as determined by the Commission on Higher Education. The amount awarded to any such student must be made directly to the institution for the account of the grantee.
19A.5. (Out-of-State School of the Arts) The funds appropriated herein for Out of State School of the Arts must be expended for an SREB Contract Program, administered by the Commission, which will offset the difference between the out-of-state cost and in-state cost for artistically talented high school students at the North Carolina School of the Arts.
19A.6. (Real Property Disposal) Before any local area higher education commission may dispose of any real property, the approval of the Budget and Control Board must be obtained.
19A.7. (Councils Committees, Etc., Representation) Each four-year campus of each state-supported senior college and university shall have the same representation on all formal and informal councils, advisory groups, committees, and task forces of the commission, not including the formula advisory committee, as the independent four-year colleges. Representation on the Formula Advisory Committee shall include from the S.C. Legislature the following voting members: two members of the Senate Finance Committee and two members of the House Ways and Means Committee to be appointed by the respective chairman.
19A.8. (Access & Equity Programs) Of the funds appropriated herein for Desegregation Programs, the Commission on Higher Education shall distribute $116,233 to South Carolina State University, $29,036 to Denmark Technical College, and $290,714 to the Access and Equity Program. With the funds appropriated herein for formula funding increases, the colleges and universities shall supplement their access and equity programs so as to provide, at a minimum, the same level of minority recruitment activities as provided during the prior fiscal year.
19A.9. (Deadline for Formula Changes) The allocations made for the immediate fiscal year following March 1 of any year must not be adjusted due to any change in the formula and any change in the input data into the formula after March 1 of the year. Any changes in allocation due to formula changes must be held in abeyance until the next year's allocation as required herein. By March 1, the Commission on Higher Education shall submit the final formula and the input data into the formula to the Senate Finance Committee, the House Ways and Means Committee, the Senate Education Committee, and the House Education and Public Works Committee.
19A.10. (Reciprocal Tuition) The University of South Carolina's Aiken Campus may offer in-state tuition to any student whose legal residence is in the Richmond/Columbia County area of the neighboring state of Georgia as long as the Georgia Board of Regents continues its Georgia Tuition Program by which in-state tuition is offered to students residing in the Aiken/Edgefield County Area of the State of South Carolina.
19A.13. (Penn Center) Of the funds appropriated to Higher Education formula, $99,000 shall be allocated to the University of South Carolina - Beaufort for the Penn Center Project. The funds allocated shall not be used for any other purposes and shall not be reduced due to budget reductions.
19A.14. (Midlands Tec Property Acquisition) Before disposal of the property on which the S.C. Fire Academy currently resides, Midlands Technical College must first be given the option of acquiring this property.
19A.15. (CHE Carry Forward) The Commission on Higher Education may carry forward into the current fiscal year any unexpended general funds from the prior fiscal year to be used only for the Access and Equity Program.
19A.16. (Southeastern Manufacturing Technology Center) The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education shall review annually the activities of the Southeastern Manufacturing Technology Center and make a budget recommendation to the General Assembly. The funds appropriated to the University of South Carolina - Columbia for the Southeastern Manufacturing Technology Center may not be used for any other purpose.
19A.17. (Greenville Higher Education Center Rent) Of the funds appropriated to higher education, $337,694 will be allocated to Greenville Technical College to pay the annual rent for the Greenville Higher Education Center.
19A.18. (Property Disposal) The governing body for each technical college, public college and university shall review the real property titled in the name of its institution to determine if such property is excess to the institution's anticipated needs and is available for disposal. All real properties determined to be excess may be disposed of with the approval of the Budget and Control Board. The proceeds of such sales are to be disposed of as follows: If the property was acquired as a gift, through tuition student fees, county funds, or earned income, the proceeds may be retained by the selling institution for use in accord with established needs. The proceeds acquired from the sale of real property acquired through unique State appropriations, State Capital Improvement Bonds, or formula funds are to revert to the State's General Fund. The responsibility for providing any necessary documentation including but not limited to documenting the fund source, of any real property proposed for sale rests with each respective institution.
19A.20. (Out-of-State Tuition Subsidy) For the current fiscal year, the Commission on Higher Education shall decrease the percentage of state subsidy, as reflected in the Higher Education Formula, by 10% for out-of-state undergraduate students. The state funds realized from the reduction in the out-of-state subsidy shall not be distributed to those institutions not having out-of-state students.
19A.21 (SREB Funding) The additional general funds appropriated to the Commission on Higher Education above the adjusted FY 92-93 base (after mid-year reductions) shall be budgeted and expended as follows:
II. Service Programs Special Items SREB Cont Prg Scholarships $59,671 SREB Fees and Assessments $ 4,455
19A.22. (Single-gender Institutions) In considering the comprehensive funding needs of the various institutions of higher learning, the General Assembly has taken cognizance of the decisions of federal courts in various jurisdictions which have held that single-gender institutions of higher learning provide valuable and unique educational opportunities and are constitutionally permissible based on legitimate public policy considerations which justify single-gender education. Studies conducted by several scholars have concluded that for a variety of reasons single-gender institutions have advantages over coeducational institutions in numerous areas, and the data developed suggests that the differences between a singlegender student population and a coeducational one justify a state's offering single-gender education. A state nevertheless must appropriate its available funds so as to provide constitutionally permissible single-gender opportunities in higher education based on public policy considerations governing the expenditure of funds in support of higher education which justify single-gender classifications as being in the best interests of the providing state. The General Assembly, by this proviso, declares and stipulates that the public policy considerations and state interests of South Carolina in establishing, supporting, and providing for single-gender institutions of higher learning are as follows:
A. Policy of Diversity.
South Carolina believes that its institutions of higher learning should be diverse as to size, competitiveness, program emphasis, student population, and location so as to provide students with a variety of academic opportunities and experiences. In compliance with this policy of diversity, South Carolina has established a variety of diverse educational post-secondary institutions ranging from small colleges to large regional universities, from liberal arts programs to specific research-based programs, from two-year institutions to four-year institutions with no graduate programs and to four-year institutions with comprehensive graduate and professional schools. In this contest, a policy of diversity should include places for single-gender institutions within the overall higher education system of this State. The single-gender institutions this State has supported over the years have been as a result of the legitimate state interest and desire for diversity in its educational institutions, and a belief that a diverse state program that includes both single-gender programs and coeducational programs better meets the individual needs of students than does a program or policy that requires all students, without regard to individual needs, to attend coeducational colleges.
B. Policy of Meeting Need and Demand.
A need for single-gender educational programs exists in South Carolina in the opinion of its citizens, and a public demand for them continues. The citizens of South Carolina want these programs and the public interest is well served by them. A tremendous demand exists now and has historically existed for the type of single-gender opportunities the State has offered. It may be true that this demand is somewhat unique to South Carolina and other similar states and does not necessarily exist throughout the country but, nevertheless, where sufficient demand has existed for particular single-gender programs of either gender thereby justifying the expenditure of public funds to support such programs, the State of South Carolina has supported such programs and has a valid state interest in doing so. The current single-gender situations in South Carolina are popular, fully-subscribed, and flourishing and clearly the State has a legitimate public policy interest in offering and providing the types of educational experiences, including single-gender ones, that its taxpayers and citizens desire and support. In addition, where a single-gender institution produces graduates of a particular discipline, training, or expertise, and the record shows that this type of training could not be as successfully developed at a coeducational institution, a legitimate and important state interest is served if the State through its agencies and programs or the nation through its agencies and programs utilizes these graduates for compelling state or national needs.
C. Policy of Autonomy.
In the system of higher education in place in South Carolina, each institution of higher learning is governed by a board of trustees which governs the institution subject to the general law and in conjunction with the Commission on Higher Education. The General Assembly has directed the Commission on Higher Education and the state's institutions of higher learning to seek to create an environment in which each institution can pursue its own mission within the broader statewide framework.
The missions of South Carolina's sixty-two public and independent post-secondary institutions vary widely. Research universities offer degree programs through the doctoral level and professional programs consistent with their respective missions. In addition, their missions emphasize funded research and public service activities that complement academic programs. Within the context of their variety of roles and missions, senior colleges offer a broad range of degree programs including graduate programs at the master's degree level in selected fields as well as public service and research programs. This comprehensive system as a matter of public policy should include an institution's right to choose to offer a single-gender program if sufficient demand for such a program exists and if the program fits within the broad framework of the overall state educational system.
The General Assembly as part of its stated public policy of allowing each institution the autonomy within certain guidelines to develop individualized mission statements and programs has therefore determined that it is consistent with its stated policy of institutional autonomy for an institution to offer a single-gender opportunity accomplished through the enactment of such vehicles as specific admission requirements based on gender or other similar requirements.
D. Policy of Economy of Resources.
The resources of the State of South Carolina available for higher education are becoming more and more scarce, and it is mandatory and a compelling public policy and state interest that the available resources and funding for each institution of higher learning be used in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
Studies have shown that single-gender programs provide a diversity of choice for the individual and varying needs of students in the most efficient, economical, and prudent manner possible and with the maximum utilization of the resources and assets of the State. This is true because single-gender programs avoid the duplication and additional expense that would be incurred if an attempt was made to offer the unique characteristics of a single-gender program at a coeducational institution. A single-gender institution can deliver some specific programs including those with holistic or adversarial characteristics at less cost than can a coeducational institution and the State has a legitimate public policy interest in providing these types of programs at the least possible cost. Also, consistent with its policy of providing single-gender educational opportunities for the reasons enumerated herein, the State of South Carolina has found that the physical plant of a singlegender institution must have certain characteristics different from those of a coeducational institution for the purpose of ensuring privacy, safety, and for other such considerations. To attempt to construct or adapt the physical plant of a single-gender institution for the purpose of making it suitable for coeducation would be prohibitively expensive.
Consequently, given the fiscal situation in South Carolina and given the competing demands on its scarce resources, it is in the best interest of the State and a prudent public policy for single-gender institutions to be part of this state's higher education system so that unique programs may be offered to interested students in the most economical and efficient manner possible without unnecessary duplication and additional expense.
E. Policy of Choice.
Single-gender institutions and their programs provide a freedom of choice to students and their families, and the General Assembly believes as a matter of public policy that this is a freedom for individual choice that does not need to be destroyed. Ample choices and opportunities for college educations in mixed-gender coeducational environments exist in South Carolina and in other states and those individuals desiring a single-gender choice should also have the opportunity to make such a choice. Single-gender institutions are not inherently unconstitutional or unlawful, and the General Assembly believes that as a matter of public policy it has a duty to offer its citizens the widest range of educational opportunities it can offer in the manner allowed by law, including single-gender opportunities, so that interested students are free to choose an institution which, due to its distinctive educational methods, is not diminished or impaired as a result of a coeducational requirement; and
For the reasons and policies above provided, South Carolina has historically supported and continues to support single-gender educational institutions as a matter of public policy based on legitimate state interests where sufficient demand has existed for particular single-gender programs thereby justifying the expenditure of public funds to support such programs.
Presently in South Carolina single-gender educational opportunities exist for men at The Citadel, but do not exist for women in all areas and the members of the General Assembly, by this proviso, express their belief that it is appropriate for this State to begin the process of providing single-gender educational opportunities for women.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION DIRECTOR 46,091 46,091 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 84,258 84,258 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 12,734 12,734 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 143,083 143,083 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 83,876 83,876 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 83,876 83,876 SPECIAL ITEM: S.C. STUDENT LEGISLATURE 7,736 7,736 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 7,736 7,736 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 234,695 234,695 (5.00) (5.00) II. GRANTS PROGRAM: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 16,286,313 15,507,757 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 16,286,313 15,507,757 TOTAL GRANTS PROGRAM 16,286,313 15,507,757 III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 36,338 36,338 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 36,338 36,338 TOTAL HIGHER EDUC. TUITION GRANTS COMMISS 16,557,346 15,778,790 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (5.00) (5.00)
19B.3. (Disbursal of Grant Funds/Interest Earnings) South Carolina Tuition Grants Program funds shall be disbursed to eligible students on a semester-by-semester basis. Interest accrued on the balance of undisbursed tuition grants programs funds on deposit with the State Treasurer's Office from September 15 through December 31st shall be calculated by the State Treasurer's Office and transferred within 30 days to the South Carolina Tuition Grants Program to be awarded as tuition grants to eligible students.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. INSTRUCTION A. REGULAR CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 601,413 455,542 (29.15) (23.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 5,499,877 3,770,184 (115.63) (90.97) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,059,780 57,289 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 7,161,070 4,283,015 (144.78) (113.97) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 709,818 92,589 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 709,818 92,589 TOTAL INSTRUCTION-REGULAR 7,870,888 4,375,604 (144.78) (113.97) B. RESTRICTED UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 251,239 (4.51) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 68,943 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 320,182 (4.51) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 341,676 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 341,676 _________ TOTAL INSTRUCTION-RESTRICTED 661,858 (4.51) TOTAL INSTRUCTION 8,532,746 4,375,604 (149.29) (113.97) II. RESEARCH A. REGULAR OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,712 609 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,712 609 TOTAL RESEARCH-REGULAR 1,712 609 B. RESTRICTED CLASSIFIED POSITIONS (1.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,800 (3.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 42,644 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 47,444 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 164,880 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 164,880 _________ TOTAL RESEARCH-RESTRICTED 212,324 (4.00) TOTAL RESEARCH 214,036 609 (4.00) III. PUBLIC SERVICE A. REGULAR OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 128,610 1,083 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 128,610 1,083 TOTAL PUBLIC SVC-REGULAR 128,610 1,083 B. RESTRICTED CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 54,881 (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 2,300 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 57,181 (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 330,130 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 330,130 _________ TOTAL PUBLIC SERVICE-RESTRICTED 387,311 (2.00) TOTAL PUBLIC SERVICE 515,921 1,083 (2.00) IV. ACADEMIC SUPPORT A. LIBRARY AND MUSEUM 1. REGULAR CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 270,481 231,922 (14.40) (11.20) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 209,021 177,123 (7.00) (5.60) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 18,351 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 497,853 409,045 (21.40) (16.80) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 301,786 25,104 2. RESTRICTED OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 30,000 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 331,786 25,104 TOTAL LIBRARY & MUSEUM 829,639 434,149 (21.40) (16.80) B. OTHER ACADEMIC SUPPORT PERSONEL SERVICES CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 350,319 281,070 (6.00) (4.80) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 345,175 301,436 (3.00) (2.40) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 94,668 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 790,162 582,506 (9.00) (7.20) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 327,849 29,063 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 327,849 29,063 2. RESTRICTED CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 50,263 (1.75) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 54,481 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 111,095 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 215,839 (2.75) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 320,904 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 320,904 _________ TOTAL OTHER ACADEMIC SUPPORT 1,654,754 611,569 (11.75) (7.20) TOTAL ACAD. SUPPORT 2,484,393 1,045,718 (33.15) (24.00) V. STUDENT SERVICES A. REGULAR CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,137,614 861,771 (45.85) (35.88) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 128,651 61,560 (18.00) (14.40) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 182,598 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,448,863 923,331 (63.85) (50.28) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 603,957 26,763 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 603,957 26,763 TOTAL STUDENT SVCS-REGULAR 2,052,820 950,094 (63.85) (50.28) B. RESTRICTED OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 81,851 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 81,851 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,718,149 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,718,149 _________ TOTAL STUDENT SVCS-RES. 1,800,000 TOTAL STUDENT SERVICES 3,852,820 950,094 (63.85) (50.28) VI. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT A. REGULAR PRESIDENT 91,035 91,035 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,167,380 1,391,989 (75.40) (53.60) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 152,967 141,133 (4.40) (2.40) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 156,004 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,567,386 1,624,157 (80.80) (57.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,483,945 56,747 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,483,945 56,747 TOTAL INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT-REGULAR 4,051,331 1,680,904 (80.80) (57.00) B. RESTRICTED CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 8,751 (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 28,272 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 37,023 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,937,977 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,937,977 _________ TOTAL INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT-RESTRICTED 1,975,000 (4.00) TOTAL INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT 6,026,331 1,680,904 (84.80) (57.00) VII. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,645,733 1,172,739 (81.00) (71.68) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 64,593 44,877 (1.00) (.80) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 49,779 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,760,105 1,217,616 (82.00) (72.48) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,696,160 62,356 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,696,160 62,356 TOTAL OPER & MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 3,456,265 1,279,972 (82.00) (72.48) VIII. AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,748,148 (90.08) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 687,579 (17.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 310,307 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,746,034 (107.08) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 10,713,653 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 10,713,653 TOTAL AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 13,459,687 (107.08) IX. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIB. EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 4,368,004 2,293,753 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 4,368,004 2,293,753 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 4,368,004 2,293,753 X. NON-RECURRING FORMULA ADJUSTMENT 90,708 _________ TOTAL NON-RECURRING APPRO. 90,708 TOTAL THE CITADEL 43,000,911 11,627,737 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (526.17) (317.73)