FEE SIZE OF REHABILITATION $ 500 $ 5,000 to $ 99,999 $ 800 $ 100,000 to $499,999 $1,500 $ 500,000 to $999,999 $2,500 $1,000,000 or more
If a review of proposed or ongoing rehabilitation work has been made prior to submission of the Request for Certification of Completed Work, the Department will deduct the $250 from the total owed for review of completed rehabilitation work. In general, each rehabilitation of a certified historic structure will be considered a separate project when computing the amount of the fee.
Revenues from these fees will be retained, carried forward and used by this department for Historic Preservation programs assisting historic properties throughout South Carolina.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 35,343 35,343 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 82,626 82,626 (4.00) (4.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 117,969 117,969 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 43,159 43,159 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 43,159 43,159 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 161,128 161,128 (5.00) (5.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS FRINGE BENEFITS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 32,149 32,149 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 32,149 32,149 TOTAL CONFEDERATE RELIC ROOM AND MUSEUM 193,277 193,277 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (5.00) (5.00)
26.1. (Artifacts Disposition) No artifacts in the collection and exhibits of the Confederate Relic Room shall be permanently removed or disposed of except by a Concurrent Resolution of the General Assembly.
26.2. (Confederate Relic Room Location) Notwithstanding Act 313 of 1919 and Section 59-117-60, Code of Laws of 1976, the War Memorial Building erected at the corner of Sumter and Pendleton Streets in the City of Columbia shall continue to be used by the Confederate Relic Room and further utilization of the building shall be arranged between the University of South Carolina and the Director of the Confederate Relic Room.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 60,636 60,636 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 217,869 198,656 (9.67) (9.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 55,513 55,513 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 11,470 1,470 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 345,488 316,275 (11.67) (11.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 576,624 547,593 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 576,624 547,593 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 922,112 863,868 (11.67) (11.00) II. BLIND AND HANDICAPPED: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 169,757 123,279 (11.00) (8.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 169,757 123,279 (11.00) (8.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 491,255 450,655 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 491,255 450,655 TOTAL BLIND & HANDICAPPED 661,012 573,934 (11.00) (8.00) III. LIBRARY SERVICES: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 547,449 470,590 (23.00) (19.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 547,449 470,590 (23.00) (19.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 528,427 252,584 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 528,427 252,584 SPECIAL ITEMS: DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS: ALLOC CNTY LIBRARIES 25,000 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 12,000 ALLOC-PRIVATE SECTOR 5,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 42,000 TOTAL LIBRARY SERVICES 1,117,876 723,174 (23.00) (19.00) IV. LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 232,068 176,931 (7.33) (5.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 232,068 176,931 (7.33) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 74,807 4,307 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 74,807 4,307 SPECIAL ITEMS: SCHOLARSHIP-NON-STATE EMP 13,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 13,000 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS: ALLOC CNTY LIBRARIES 1,406,454 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 45,000 AID CNTY-LIBRARIES 3,498,360 3,498,360 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 4,949,814 3,498,360 TOTAL LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT 5,269,689 3,679,598 (7.33) (5.00) V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 332,941 274,400 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 332,941 274,400 TOTAL STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 332,941 274,400 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 332,941 274,400 TOTAL STATE LIBRARY 8,303,630 6,114,974 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (53.00) (43.00)
27.1. (Aid to County Libraries Allotment) The amount appropriated in this section for "Aid to County Libraries" shall be allotted to each county on a per capita basis according to the official United States Census for 1990, as aid to the County Library. No county shall be allocated less than $15,000 under this provision.
27.2. (On-Line Reference Service Fees) The State Library shall charge fees for actual costs of "on-line reference services" and retain the fees to offset the costs of the services. These fees may be waived for county libraries.
27.3. (Exempt Across-the-Board Reduction) In the calculation of any across-the-board cut mandated by the Budget and Control Board or General Assembly, the amount which the State Library pays to South Carolina Heritage Associates for rent in the Mt. Vernon Mill shall be excluded from the State Library's base budget.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 60,839 60,839 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 380,706 235,909 (13.56) (8.13) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING INFORMATION CONSULTANT III (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 26,085 26,085 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 467,630 322,833 (15.56) (10.13) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 524,033 524,033 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 524,033 524,033 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 991,663 846,866 (15.56) (10.13) II. STATEWIDE ARTS SERVICE: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 690,887 668,344 (25.00) (24.08) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 69,480 15,650 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 760,367 683,994 (25.00) (24.08) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 645,299 272,012 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 645,299 272,012 SPECIAL ITEMS: SPOLETO FESTIVAL 173,972 173,972 PENN COMMUNITY CENTER 43,493 43,493 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 217,465 217,465 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS: ALLOC SCHOOL DIST 77,843 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 600 ALLOC-PRIVATE SECTOR 741,975 STATE AID: AID MUN-RESTRICTED 62,175 62,175 AID CNTY-RESTRICTED 55,491 55,491 AID CNTY-LIBRARIES 1,900 1,900 AID SCHOOL DISTRICTS 210,457 210,457 AID OTHER STATE AGENCIES 169,010 169,010 AID TO PRIVATE SECTOR 694,640 694,640 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 2,014,091 1,193,673 TOTAL STATEWIDE ARTS SERVICE 3,637,222 2,367,144 (25.00) (24.08) III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 292,477 244,752 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 292,477 244,752 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 292,477 244,752 TOTAL ARTS COMMISSION 4,921,362 3,458,762 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (40.56) (34.21)
28.1. (Professional Artists Contract) Where practicable, all professional artists employed by the Arts Commission in the fields of music, theater, dance, literature, musical arts, craft, media arts and environmental arts shall be hired on a contractual basis as independent contractors. Where such a contractual arrangement is not feasible employees in these fields may be unclassified, however, the approval of their salaries shall be in accord with the provisions of Section 129.25 of this Act.
28.2. (Special Revolving Account) Any income derived from Arts Commission sponsored arts events or by gift, contributions, or bequest now in possession of the Arts Commission including any federal or other funds balance remaining at the end of the prior fiscal year, shall be retained by the Commission and placed in a special revolving account for the Commission to use solely for the purpose of supporting the programs provided herein. Any such funds shall be subject to the review procedures as set forth in Act 651 of 1978.
28.3. (Indirect Cost) The Commission is allowed to apply a 15% indirect cost rate for continuing federal grants for which they must compete. The Commission shall apply the full approved negotiated rate to the Basic State Grant and any new grants received by the Commission.
28.4. (Grant Funds Equitable Disbursement) The Commission shall make every effort to disburse state and federal grant funds to counties in the most equitable manner possible. Counties that have demonstrated initiative in seeking support and developing arts programs are to be given consideration when funds are disbursed.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 52,242 52,242 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 165,795 165,795 (12.00) (12.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 21,500 21,500 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 239,537 239,537 (13.00) (13.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 3,050,213 2,955,188 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 3,050,213 2,955,188 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 3,289,750 3,194,725 (13.00) (13.00) II. BUILDING SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 73,445 73,445 (6.00) (6.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 29,210 29,210 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 102,655 102,655 (6.00) (6.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 31,940 30,440 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 31,940 30,440 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS 25,000 _________ TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 25,000 TOTAL BUILDING SERVICES 159,595 133,095 (6.00) (6.00) III. COLLECTION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 362,759 336,759 (13.00) (12.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 65,812 25,812 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 428,571 362,571 (13.00) (12.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 159,778 72,778 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 159,778 72,778 TOTAL COLLECTION 588,349 435,349 (13.00) (12.00) IV. EXHIBITION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 370,070 307,110 (14.00) (11.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 85,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 455,070 307,110 (14.00) (11.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 60,998 23,256 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 60,998 23,256 TOTAL EXHIBITION 516,068 330,366 (14.00) (11.00) V. EDUCATION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 149,571 149,571 (7.00) (7.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 58,225 58,225 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 207,796 207,796 (7.00) (7.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 78,710 37,141 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 78,710 37,141 TOTAL EDUCATION 286,506 244,937 (7.00) (7.00) VI. PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 182,673 182,673 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 128,500 128,500 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 311,173 311,173 (5.00) (5.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 18,174 15,674 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 18,174 15,674 TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY 329,347 326,847 (5.00) (5.00) VII. STATEWIDE SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 24,500 24,500 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 24,500 24,500 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 8,588 6,088 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 8,588 6,088 TOTAL STATEWIDE SERVICES 33,088 30,588 (1.00) (1.00) VIII. ADMISSIONS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 20,286 20,286 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 20,286 20,286 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 12,500 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 12,500 TOTAL ADMISSIONS 32,786 20,286 (1.00) (1.00) IX. PUBLIC RELATIONS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 56,249 31,249 (3.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 4,102 4,102 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 60,351 35,351 (3.00) (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 33,024 19,524 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 33,024 19,524 TOTAL PUBLIC RELATIONS 93,375 54,875 (3.00) (2.00) X. MUSEUM STORE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 65,000 (3.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 44,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 109,000 (3.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 276,980 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 276,980 TOTAL MUSEUM STORE 385,980 (3.00) XI. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 460,788 393,447 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 460,788 393,447 TOTAL STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 460,788 393,447 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 460,788 393,447 TOTAL MUSEUM COMMISSION 6,175,632 5,164,515 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (66.00) (58.00)
29.1. (Duplicate Materials) The Commission may give (away) natural history materials in its possession for educational purposes, such materials being less than museum quality or duplicative of materials owned by the Museum Commission.
29.2. (Removal From Collections) The Commission may remove objects from its museum collections by gift to another public or nonprofit institution, by trade with another public or nonprofit institution, by public sale, by transfer to the Commission's education, exhibit, or study collections or to its operating property inventory; or as a last resort, by intentional destruction on the condition that the objects so removed meet with one or more of the following criteria: (1) they fall outside the scope of the S. C. Museum Commission's collections as defined in the Master Plan dated January, 1980, (2) they are unsuitable for exhibition or research, (3) they are inferior duplicates of other objects in the collection, or (4) they are forgeries or were acquired on the basis of false information; funds from the sale of such objects will be placed in a special revolving account for the Commission to use solely for the purpose of purchasing objects for the collections of the State Museum. Each county delegation and all organizations which belong to the South Carolina Federation of Museums must be notified and provided a list of the objects requested for removal.
29.3. (Museum Store) The Museum Commission shall establish and administer a museum store in the State Museum. This store may produce, acquire, and sell merchandise relating to historical, scientific, and cultural sources. All profits received from the sale of such merchandise shall be retained by the Museum Commission in a restricted fund to be carried forward into the following fiscal year. These funds may be used for store operations, publications, acquisitions, educational programs, exhibit production and general operating expenses provided that the expenditures for such expenses are approved by the General Assembly in the annual appropriations act.
29.4. (Traveling Exhibits Fees) The Museum Commission may charge a fee for Traveling Exhibits and seminars and the Commission may retain such funds and use them to offset the cost of maintaining, promoting, and improving the Statewide Services Program, provided that the expenditures for such expenses are approved by the General Assembly in the annual appropriations act. Any unexpended revenue from these sources may be carried forward into the current fiscal year to be expended for the same purposes.
29.6. (Retention of Revenue) The Museum Commission may retain revenue received from admissions, program fees, facility rentals, and other miscellaneous operating income and may expend such revenue for general operating expenses provided that such expenditures are approved by the General Assembly in the annual appropriations act. Any unexpended revenue from these sources may be carried forward into the current fiscal year to be expended for the same purposes.
29.7. (Across-the-Board Cut Exemption) In the calculation of any across-the-board cut mandated by the Budget and Control Board or General Assembly, the amount which the Commission pays to the South Carolina Heritage Associates for rent of the Museum's rent shall be excluded from the Museum's base budget.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 90,269 90,269 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,695,358 1,089,125 (93.00) (40.50) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 196,556 74,412 (3.00) (1.50) NEW POSITIONS PROJECT DEVELOPER (4.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 229,963 86,040 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,212,146 1,339,846 (101.00) (43.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,113,915 1,819,662 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,113,915 1,819,662 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 8,326,061 3,159,508 (101.00) (43.00) II. HUMAN SERVICES: A. HUMAN SERVICES MANAGEMENT: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,445,886 198,021 (40.00) (10.00) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING PROGRAM INFO COORDINATOR 56,688 (3.00) HUMAN SERVICES SPEC 24,035 (1.00) ACCT. TECH. II 16,883 (1.00) ACCT. MANAGER 30,413 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 230,108 5,197 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,804,013 203,218 (46.00) (10.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 852,711 146,019 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 852,711 146,019 TOTAL HUMAN SERV. MGMT. 2,656,724 349,237 (46.00) (10.00) B. CONTRACT SERVICES: OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 42,143,179 119,487 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 42,143,179 119,487 DISTRIBUTIONS TO SUBDIVISIONS: ALLOC SCHOOL DIST 199,662 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 400,338 ALLOC OTHER ENTITIES 400,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 1,000,000 _________ TOTAL CONTRACT SERVICES 43,143,179 119,487 C. ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE DISTRIBUTIONS TO SUBDIVISIONS: ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 16,084,992 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 16,084,992 _________ TOTAL ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE 16,084,992 D. HUMAN SERVICES INTEG DISTRIBUTIONS TO SUBDIVISIONS: AID SCHOOL DISTRICTS 27,206 27,206 AID TO OTHER ENTITIES 76,329 76,329 AID OTHER STATE AGENCIES 120,000 120,000 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 223,535 223,535 TOTAL HUM. SVCS. INTEGRATION ALLOCATION 223,535 223,535 E. CHILD CARE BLOCK GRANT ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS 28,289,402 3,643,922 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 28,289,402 3,643,922 ALLOC-PRIVATE SECTOR 1,000,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 1,000,000 _________ TOTAL CHILD CARE BLOCKGRANT 29,289,402 3,643,922 F. HEADSTART OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 112,500 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 112,500 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 90,000 ALLOC OTHER ENTITIES 90,417 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 180,417 _________ TOTAL HEADSTART 292,917 G. STATE PRIMARY PREVENTION STRATEGY OTHER OPERATING (NON-RECURRING) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 200,000 200,000 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 200,000 200,000 TOTAL STATE PRIMARY PROTECTION STRATEGY 200,000 200,000 TOTAL HUMAN SERVICES 91,890,749 4,536,181 (46.00) (10.00) III. HEALTH SERVICES: A. MEDICAL MANAGEMENT: 1. MEDICAL MANAGEMENT - SHHSFC CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 12,853,705 4,972,626 (400.00) (156.45) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING MEDICAID POLICY ANAL. 20,545 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 742,191 207,449 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 13,616,441 5,180,075 (401.00) (156.45) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,321,869 1,783,938 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,321,869 1,783,938 TOTAL MEDICAL MGMT.-SHHSFC 18,938,310 6,964,013 (401.00) (156.45) 2. INDIRECT SUPPORT CONTRACTS A. PROVIDER SUPPORT (INDIR) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 18,583,720 969,246 B. EPSDT (DHEC) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 4,152,070 1,405,738 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 22,735,790 2,374,984 TOTAL MEDICAL CONTRACTS-SPECIAL ITEMS 22,735,790 2,374,984 3. ELIGIBILITY- DSS MGMT OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 24,750,000 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 24,750,000 _________ TOTAL ELIGIBILITY -DSS 24,750,000 4. MMIS-HHSFC OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 10,547,825 3,126,306 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 10,547,825 3,126,306 TOTAL MMIS-HHSFC 10,547,825 3,126,306 TOTAL MEDICAL MANAGEMENT 76,971,925 12,465,303 (401.00) (156.45) B. ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS-SHHSFC 1. HOSPITAL SERVICES 379,187,727 80,595,279 1.A. DISPROP. SHARE 417,491,336 300,000 2. NURSING HOME SERVICES 209,973,900 60,117,287 3. PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES 106,451,487 27,994,060 4. PHYSICIAN SERVICES 100,014,392 26,005,693 5. DENTAL SERVICES 10,634,669 2,556,741 6. CLTC-HOME & COMMUNITY BASED S 29,246,903 8,406,742 7. OTHER MEDICAID SERVICES 59,111,551 15,242,906 8. FAMILY PLANNING 7,121,480 584,445 9. SMI-REGULAR 43,149,997 11,400,995 10. SMI-MAO 4,506,462 4,506,462 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 1,366,889,904 237,710,610 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST _________ _________ TOT. ASST. PAYMENTS-SHHSFC 1,366,889,904 237,710,610 C. ASST. PAYMENTS-OTHER AGENCIES PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS 1. DEPT. OF MENTAL HEALTH 85,972,378 2. DEPARTMENT MENTAL RETARDATION 177,389,517 3. DHEC 13,746,855 4. MUSC 2,894,147 5. USC 657,275 186,469 6. COMM ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE 2,165,070 7. CONTINUUM OF CARE 7,840,000 8. SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 1,000,000 9. DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES 18,917,389 10. DEPT. OF YOUTH SERVICES 1,044,568 11. DEPT. OF EDUCATION 17,365,497 12. GOVERNOR'S OFFICE 1,044,568 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 330,037,264 186,469 TOTAL ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS-OTHER AGYS 330,037,264 186,469 D. HEALTH ACCESS OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 140,794 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 140,794 OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 517,379 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 517,379 ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS 1,800,000 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 1,800,000 _________ TOTAL ASST PAYMENTS 2,458,173 TOTAL HEALTH SERVICES 1,776,357,266 250,362,382 (401.00) (156.45) IV. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 4,297,441 1,511,794 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 4,297,441 1,511,794 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 4,297,441 1,511,794 TOTAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FINANCE COMM 1,880,871,517 259,569,865 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (548.00) (209.45)
30.1. (Recoupment/Restricted Fund) The State Health and Human Services Finance Commission shall recoup all refunds and identified program overpayments and all such overpayments shall be recouped in accordance with established collection policy. Further, the State Health and Human Services Finance Commission is authorized to maintain a restricted fund, on deposit with the State Treasurer, to be used to pay for Medicaid and Social Services Block Grant Federal liabilities. The restricted fund will derive from prior year program refunds. The restricted fund shall not exceed one-half of one percent of the Medicaid and Social Services Block Grant total appropriation authorization for the current year. Amounts in excess of one-half of one percent will be remitted to the General Fund.
30.2. (Long Term Care Facility Reimbursement Rate) The Commission, in calculating a reimbursement rate for long term care facility providers, shall obtain for each contract period an inflation factor, developed by the Budget and Control Board, Research and Statistical Services Division. Data obtained from Medicaid cost reporting records applicable to long term care providers will be supplied to the Budget and Control Board, Research and Statistical Services Division. A composite index, developed by the Budget and Control Board, Research and Statistical Services Division will be used to reflect the respective costs of the components of the Medicaid program expenditures in computing the maximum inflation factor to be used in long term care contractual arrangements involving reimbursement of providers. The Research and Statistical Services Division of the Budget and Control Board shall update the composite index so as to have the index available for each contract renewal.
The Commission may apply the inflation factor in calculating the reimbursement rate for the new contract period from zero percent (0%) up to the inflation factor developed by the Research and Statistical Services Division.
30.3. (Medical Assistance Audit Program Remittance) The State 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 Program as established in the State Auditor's Office of the Budget and Control Board Section 17M. Such amount shall also include appropriated salary adjustments and employer contributions allocable to the Medical Assistance Audit 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.
30.5. (Medicaid Income Limitation) The income limitation for the Medicaid Program shall continue to be three hundred percent of the SSI single payment maximum.
30.6. (Third Party Liability Collection) The State Health and Human Services Finance Commission is allowed to fund the net costs of contracting for any Special Third Party Liability collection efforts from the monies collected in that effort.
30.7. (Services Integration Efforts) The funds appropriated in II D shall be utilized for services integration efforts.
30.8. (Medicaid State Plan) Where the Medicaid State Plan is altered to cover services that previously were provided by 100% state funds, the Finance Commission can bill other agencies for the state share of services provided through Medicaid. The Finance Commission will keep a record of all services affected and submit periodic reports to the House Ways and Means and Senate Finance Committees.
30.10. (Medically Indigent Assistance Fund) The Finance Commission is authorized to expend disproportionate share funds to all eligible hospitals with the condition that all audit exceptions through the receipt and expenditures of these funds are the liability of the hospital receiving the funds. These funds must be used to reimburse the hospital for expenses in providing uncompensated indigent care, however, this requirement does not apply to funds used to reimburse facilities at the Department of Mental Health.
30.12. (Debt Write-Off) Provided that the Finance Commission, with approval of the Budget and Control Board may authorize collection to be terminated and permit "write-off" of any debt or claim due the Commission pursuant to existing State and Federal guidelines. The Commission shall not exercise this authority with respect to a debt or claim if there is any indication of violation of penal laws. Notwithstanding the above provision, Third Party Liability procedures will adhere to Federal regulation.
30.13. (Admin. Days/Swing Beds Reduction Prohibition) Funds appropriated herein for hospital administrative days and swing beds shall not be reduced in the event the agency cuts programs and the services they provide.
30.14. (Medicaid Disallowances) The Commission is authorized to receive and retain, in an earmarked account, on deposit with the State Treasurer, funds that derive from prior year refunds or cost settlements pertaining to Departments of Mental Health and Disabilties & Special Needs. These funds will be used to pay for Medicaid disallowances for these agencies.
30.15. (Nursing Home Sanctions) The State Health and Human Services Finance Commission is authorized to establish an interest bearing Restricted Fund with the State Treasurer, to deposit fines collected as a result of nursing home sanctions. SHHSFC may use these funds to protect the life, health, and property of patients in nursing homes, including payment for the costs of relocation of residents to other facilities, maintenance of operation of a facility pending correction of deficiencies or closure.
30.16. (Reimbursement Formula Changes) To the extent the Finance Commission can increase Medicaid federal matching funds through changes in reimbursement formulas for other state providers, the Commission, with the permission of the state providers, is authorized to retain these funds in an earmarked account on deposit with the State Treasurer and use these funds to cover unanticipated increases in Medicaid expenditures. The Commission should not hold any other state provider liable for disallowances resulting from these changes. Any funds realized as a result of this proviso shall be reported as part of the following year budget process.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION A. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: COMMISSIONER/S 104,776 104,776 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 7,040,626 5,586,012 (290.30) (221.39) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 188,425 188,425 (2.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 136,677 14,538 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 7,470,504 5,893,751 (293.30) (224.39) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 7,735,686 2,138,008 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 7,735,686 2,138,008 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 15,206,190 8,031,759 (293.30) (224.39) B. DIVISION OF MINORITY HEALTH NEW POSITIONS: PROJECT ADMIN. 71,700 71,700 (2.00) (2.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 71,700 71,700 (2.00) (2.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,453 5,453 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,453 5,453 TOTAL B. DIVISION OF MINORITY HEALTH 77,153 77,153 (2.00) (2.00) TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 15,283,343 8,108,912 (295.30) (226.39) II. HEALTH SERVICES: A. MANAGEMENT: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 410,091 341,863 (14.50) (10.50) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 98,892 98,892 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 10,555 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 519,538 440,755 (15.50) (11.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,861,545 1,288,025 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,861,545 1,288,025 TOTAL MANAGEMENT 3,381,083 1,728,780 (15.50) (11.50) B. HEALTH PROMOTION PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,267,798 998,130 (78.26) (44.14) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 137,794 7,817 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,405,592 1,005,947 (78.26) (44.14) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,034,695 75,723 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,034,695 75,723 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 1,098,811 1,042,864 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 1,098,811 1,042,864 TOTAL HEALTH PROMOTION 8,539,098 2,124,534 (78.26) (44.14) C. PRIMARY CARE: 1. PRIMARY CARE- GENERAL PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 250,651 87,879 (7.42) (3.93) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 53,492 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 304,143 87,879 (7.42) (3.93) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 192,396 4,372 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 192,396 4,372 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 592,904 475,515 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 592,904 475,515 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS AID TO OTHER ENTITIES 19,340 19,340 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 19,340 19,340 2.SPECIAL ITEM _________ _________ TOTAL PRIMARY CARE 1,108,783 587,106 (7.42) (3.93) D. HOME HEALTH SVCS & LONG TERM CARE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 21,931,146 27,082 (1,100.28) (1.72) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 7,758,697 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 29,689,843 27,082 (1,100.28) (1.72) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 13,131,399 241,527 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 13,131,399 241,527 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 4,244,983 64,640 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 4,244,983 64,640 TOT. HOME HLTH SVCS & LG TERM 47,066,225 333,249 (1,100.28) (1.72) E. PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES: 1. PREVENTIVE HEALTH SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 6,329,116 3,628,229 (226.02) (138.36) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 223,022 29,355 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 6,552,138 3,657,584 (226.02) (138.36) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 9,554,546 5,757,730 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 9,554,546 5,757,730 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 1,087,081 996,581 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 1,087,081 996,581 2.SPECIAL ITEMS PALMETTO AIDS LIFE SUPPO 24,175 24,175 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 24,175 24,175 TOTAL PREVENTIVE HLTH SVCS 17,217,940 10,436,070 (226.02) (138.36) F. MATERNAL AND CHILD CARE: 1. MATERNAL AND CHILD CARE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 31,584,886 5,947,802 (1,438.69) (276.65) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 35,310 26,710 (1.50) (1.14) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 2,923,426 303,997 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 34,543,622 6,278,509 (1,440.19) (277.79) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 16,375,021 987,067 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 16,375,021 987,067 PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS 45,000 _________ TOTAL PERM IMPROVEMENTS 45,000 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 50,356,339 6,299,835 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 50,356,339 6,299,835 2.SPECIAL ITEMS BURNT GINN SUMMER CAMP 191,876 191,876 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 191,876 191,876 TOT. MATERNAL & CHILD CARE 101,511,858 13,757,287 (1,440.19) (277.79) G. PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICTS: 1. PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICTS PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 22,918,416 20,725,348 (993.44) (872.74) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 403,016 37,646 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 23,321,432 20,762,994 (993.44) (872.74) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,444,042 1,003,131 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,444,042 1,003,131 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 150,597 29,354 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 150,597 29,354 2.SPECIAL ITEMS PUBLIC HEALTH DIST-SPECIAL ITEM 2,781,963 COMMUNITY HLTH CENTER-SPECIAL IT 217,575 217,575 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 2,999,538 217,575 TOTAL PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICTS 28,915,609 22,013,054 (993.44) (872.74) H. LABORATORIES: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,735,190 1,501,780 (103.63) (51.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 82,388 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,817,578 1,501,780 (103.63) (51.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 4,745,140 1,080,895 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 4,745,140 1,080,895 TOTAL LABORATORIES 7,562,718 2,582,675 (103.63) (51.00) I. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 3,588,001 2,397,724 (134.03) (84.25) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 35,632 13,484 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,623,633 2,411,208 (134.03) (84.25) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,541,378 179,117 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,541,378 179,117 TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 5,165,011 2,590,325 (134.03) (84.25) J. VITAL RECORDS: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,391,563 (62.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 23,521 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,415,084 (62.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 760,577 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 760,577 _________ TOTAL VITAL RECORDS 2,175,661 (62.00) TOTAL HEALTH SERVICES 222,643,986 56,153,080 (4,160.77) (1,485.43) III. HEALTH REGULATIONS A. MANAGEMENT: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 79,212 79,212 (2.00) (2.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 73,506 73,506 (1.00) (1.00) NEW POSITIONS: PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR 28,680 28,680 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 181,398 181,398 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 221,441 204,189 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 221,441 204,189 TOTAL MANAGEMENT 402,839 385,587 (4.00) (4.00) B. HEALTH FACILITIES & SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 345,850 313,725 (11.00) (8.73) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 345,850 313,725 (11.00) (8.73) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 75,568 36,538 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 75,568 36,538 TOTAL HEALTH FACILITIES & SERVICES DEVELOPMEN 421,418 350,263 (11.00) (8.73) C. HEALTH FACILITIES REGULATIO PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,377,728 1,350,916 (145.50) (56.41) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 18,259 500 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 4,395,987 1,351,416 (145.50) (56.41) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,714,432 201,672 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,714,432 201,672 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS AID CNTY-RESTRICTED 1,072,916 1,072,916 AID EMS-REGIONAL COUNCILS 441,321 441,321 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 1,514,237 1,514,237 TOTAL HLTH FAC REGULATIONS 7,624,656 3,067,325 (145.50) (56.41) D. TANNING FACILITIES NEW POSITIONS: ENVIR. TECH. III 68,478 68,478 (3.00) (3.00) ADMIN. SPEC. B 18,762 18,762 (1.00) (1.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 87,240 87,240 (4.00) (4.00) OTHER OPERATING OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 58,741 58,741 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 58,741 58,741 TOTAL D. TANNING FACILITIES 145,981 145,981 (4.00) (4.00) E. DRUG CONTROL: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 582,622 258,084 (18.00) (6.54) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING CONTROLLED SUB.INSPECTOR 139,055 (3.00) ADMIN. SPEC. B. 23,825 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 17,532 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 763,034 258,084 (22.00) (6.54) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 411,581 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 411,581 _________ TOTAL DRUG CONTROL 1,174,615 258,084 (22.00) (6.54) TOTAL HEALTH REGULATIONS 9,769,509 4,207,240 (186.50) (79.68) IV. ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CONTRO A. MANAGEMENT: 1. MANAGEMENT - GENERAL: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 744,830 538,728 (23.50) (18.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 88,506 88,506 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 29,314 4,000 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 862,650 631,234 (24.50) (19.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,652,593 864,621 A. 2. SAVANNAH RIVER PLANT OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 148,559 148,559 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,801,152 1,013,180 TOTAL MANAGEMENT 3,663,802 1,644,414 (24.50) (19.00) B. AIR QUALITY CONTROL: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,043,880 284,591 (68.00) (10.00) NEW POSITIONS: ENVIR. TECH. III 90,563 (4.00) INSTRUMENT TECH. III 64,785 (2.00) E.Q. MGR. I 82,893 (3.00) E.Q. MGR. II 97,177 (3.00) E.Q. MGR. IV 85,500 (2.00) CHEMIST I 55,262 (2.00) CHEMIST II 32,392 (1.00) ENV. ENG. ASSOC. II 140,268 (4.00) ENV. ENG. ASSOC. III 164,356 (4.00) ENV. ENG. ASSO. IV 92,540 (2.00) DIV. DIR. EQC 50,075 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 27,400 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,027,091 284,591 (96.00) (10.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,516,798 53,839 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,516,798 53,839 TOTAL AIR QUALITY CONTROL 5,543,889 338,430 (96.00) (10.00) C. WATER POLLUTION CONTROL: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 3,491,320 1,650,815 (119.00) (51.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 76,840 14,041 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,568,160 1,664,856 (119.00) (51.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,425,270 245,412 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,425,270 245,412 TOT. WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 4,993,430 1,910,268 (119.00) (51.50) D. SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE 1. SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,961,144 1,069,418 (190.05) (40.00) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING HYDROLOGIST IV 46,255 (1.00) HYDROLOGIST II. 35,147 (1.00) ACCOUNTANT 25,681 (1.00) E.Q.C. MANAGER II. 64,990 (2.00) ADMIN.SPEC. C. 20,292 (1.00) NEW POSITIONS: ENVIR. ENG. I 105,865 39,577 (3.00) (1.00) ADMIN. SPEC. B 19,137 19,137 (1.00) (1.00) ENVIR. ENG. II 35,850 (1.00) HYDROGEOLOGIST I 30,644 (1.00) HYDROGEOLOGIST II 35,850 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 109,439 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 5,490,294 1,128,132 (203.05) (42.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 6,870,817 469,351 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 6,870,817 469,351 2.SPECIAL ITEMS HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTI 106,311 106,311 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 106,311 106,311 AID TO SUBDIVISIONS: ALLOCATION TO COUNTIES 3,600,000 ALLOCATION OTHER ENTITIES 900,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 4,500,000 _________ TOTAL SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT 16,967,422 1,703,794 (203.05) (42.00) E. WATER SUPPLY: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,608,501 795,147 (98.00) (21.00) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING HYDROLOGIST III 205,590 (5.00) HYDROLOGIST II 175,735 (5.00) E.Q.C. MGR II 292,455 (9.00) INFO.RES. CONSULTANT 32,495 (1.00) ADMIN. SPEC.C. 60,876 (3.00) NEW POSITIONS: ENV. ENG. ASSOC. III 328,713 (8.00) ENVIR. TECH. III 216,652 45,652 (6.00) (2.00) ENV. QUAL. MGR. III 569,409 (15.00) ENV. QUAL. MGR. II 97,177 (3.00) TOXICOLOGIST 50,075 (1.00) INFORM. RES. CONSULT. III 118,490 (3.00) ADMIN. ASST. 51,040 (2.00) CHEMIST IV 41,089 (1.00) CHEMIST I 221,049 (8.00) CHEMIST II 97,177 (3.00) CHEMIST III 218,916 (6.00) DATA COORD. I 45,281 (2.00) ADMIN. ASST. I 22,641 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 137,973 70,742 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 5,591,334 911,541 (180.00) (23.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,806,126 121,002 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,806,126 121,002 TOTAL WATER SUPPLY 11,397,460 1,032,543 (180.00) (23.00) F. DISTRICT SERVICES/EQC: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,775,137 3,012,833 (168.00) (96.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 49,770 14,876 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 4,824,907 3,027,709 (168.00) (96.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,141,092 636,813 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,141,092 636,813 TOTAL DISTRICT SERVICES EQC 5,965,999 3,664,522 (168.00) (96.00) G. ANALYTICAL & BIOLOGICAL SERVICES PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,049,622 1,262,583 (71.00) (42.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 30,078 3,817 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,079,700 1,266,400 (71.00) (42.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 776,112 692,346 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 776,112 692,346 TOTAL ANALYTICAL & BIOLOGICAL SERV 2,855,812 1,958,746 (71.00) (42.00) H. RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,072,353 1,009,590 (37.00) (32.02) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING HEALTH PHYSICIST I 138,870 (5.00) ADMIN. SPEC. C. 20,292 (1.00) NEW POSITIONS: HEALTH PHYSICIST III 38,016 38,016 (1.00) (1.00) HYDROLOGIST III 41,118 41,118 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 17,088 300 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,327,737 1,089,024 (45.00) (34.02) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 805,728 221,736 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 805,728 221,736 TOTAL RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH 2,133,465 1,310,760 (45.00) (34.02) TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY CONTROL 53,521,279 13,563,477 (906.55) (317.52) V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 34,462,169 14,051,812 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 34,462,169 14,051,812 TOTAL STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 34,462,169 14,051,812 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 34,462,169 14,051,812 TOTAL DEPT. OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL CO 335,680,286 96,084,521 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (5,549.12) (2,109.02)
31.1. (County Health Departments Funding) Out of the appropriation provided in this section for "Public Health Districts", the sum of $25,000 shall be distributed to the county health departments by the Commissioner, with the approval of the Board of Department of Health and Environmental Control, for the following purposes:
1. To insure the provision of a reasonably adequate public health program in each county.
2. To provide funds to combat special health problems that may exist in certain counties.
3. To establish and maintain demonstration projects in improved public health methods in one or more counties in the promotion of better public health service throughout the State.
4. To encourage and promote local participation in financial support of the county health departments.
5. To meet emergency situations which may arise in local areas.
6. To fit funds available to amounts budgeted when small differences occur.
The provisions of this proviso shall not supersede or suspend the provisions of Section 13-7-30 of the 1976 Code.
31.2. (County Special Projects) Counties may continue to fund special projects in conjunction with the County Health Departments. Salaries for county special project employees, including merit increases and fringe benefits, shall be totally funded by the county(s) involved. County special project employees shall not be under the state merit system or state compensation plan and they shall receive their compensation directly from the county(s).
31.4. (County Health Units) Federal funds made available to the Department of Health and Environmental Control for the allocation to the counties of the State for operation of county health units be allotted on a basis approved by the Board of the Department of Health and Environmental Control and the amount of State funds appropriated herein for "Public Health Districts", except for salary increases, shall be allocated on a basis such that no county budget shall receive less than the amount received in the prior fiscal year.
31.5. (Camp Burnt Gin) Private donations or contributions for capital improvements at Camp Burnt Gin shall be deposited in a restricted account and carried forward until sufficient amounts are available for such improvements. Any expenditures from the account must first be approved by the Budget and Control Board and the Joint Bond Review Committee.
31.6. (Children's Rehabilitative Services) The Children's Rehabilitative Services shall be required to utilize any available financial resources including insurance benefits and/or governmental assistance programs, to which the child may otherwise be entitled in providing and/or arranging for medical care and related services to physically handicapped children eligible for such services, as a prerequisite to the child receiving such services.
31.7. (Cancer/Hemophilia) Notwithstanding any other provisions of this act, the funds appropriated herein for cancer treatment services ($1,240,215) and the hemophilia assistance program, ($67,843) shall not be transferred to other programs within the agency and when instructed by the Budget and Control Board or the General Assembly to reduce funds within the department by a certain percentage, the Department may not act unilaterally to reduce the funds for any cancer treatment program and hemophilia assistance program provided for herein greater than such stipulated percentage.
31.8. (Speech & Hearing) The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall utilize so much of the funds appropriated in this section as may be necessary to continue the Speech and Hearing programs.
31.9. (Local Health Departments) As of July 1, 1981, the counties of the state will be relieved of contribution requirements for salary, fringe benefits and travel reimbursement to local health departments. The amount of $5,431,441 is appropriated for county health department salaries, fringe benefits and travel. These funds and other state funds appropriated for county health units may, based upon need, be utilized in either salary or travel categories. Each county shall provide all other operating expenses of the local health department in an amount at least equal to that appropriated for operations for each county in Fiscal Year 1981. In the event any county makes uniform reductions in appropriations to all agencies or departments for maintenance and operations, exclusive of salaries and fringe benefits, a like reduction shall be made in funds appropriated for the operating expenses of the local health department. Any year-end lapsed monies which result from this provision shall be returned to the appropriate county at the end of FY 91.
31.10. (Insurance Refunds) The Department of Health and Environmental Control is authorized to budget and expend monies resulting from insurance refunds for prior year operations for case services in the following programs: Health Promotion, Preventive Health Services, and Maternal and Child Care.
31.11. (Salary Supplements) No county shall supplement the salary of any DHEC employee during the current fiscal year except for those DHEC employees which received a salary supplement during the prior fiscal year.
31.12. (Emergency Medical Services) Funds appropriated herein for Emergency Medical Services, shall be allocated to the Counties for the purpose of improving or upgrading the system, and shall be allocated to the EMS-Regional Councils for administration of training programs and technical assistance to the local EMS units and the funds shall be allocated by a ratio of 45 percent to the counties and 55 percent to the EMS Regional Councils. The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall develop guidelines and administer the system to make allocations within each region based on demonstrated need and local match. The $1 million increase provided herein shall not require local match and local match shall not be a factor in determining the allocation. The $1 million increase shall be allocated by a ratio of 81 percent to counties, 12 percent to EMS Regional Councils and 7 percent to the state EMS office. Funds appropriated ($2,033,153) to Emergency Medical Services shall not be transferred to other programs within the Department's budget. In addition, when instructed by the Budget and Control Board or the General Assembly to reduce funds by a certain percentage, the Department may not reduce the funds appropriated for EMS Regional Councils or Aid to Counties greater than such stipulated percentage.
31.13. (Rape Crisis Centers) Of the amounts appropriated in Primary Care-Case Services, $551,069 shall be used for rape crisis centers around the state. Distribution of funds shall be based on DHEC Rape Crisis services standards and expenditures monitored by DHEC.
31.14. (Sickle Cell Blood Sample Analysis) $16,000 is appropriated in Maternal and Child Care for the Sickle Cell Program for Blood Sample Analysis and shall be used by the Department to analyze blood samples submitted by the four existing regional programs - Region I, Barksdale Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation in Spartanburg; Region II, Clark Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation in Columbia; Region III, Committee on Better Racial Assurance Hemoglobinopathy Program in Charleston; and the Orangeburg Area Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation.
31.15. (Sickle Cell Programs) Of the $394,091 appropriated for Sickle Cell program services, 47% is to be designated for the Community Based and Newborn Screening Programs (Sickle Cell) and shall be apportioned as follows:
(1) 48% is to be divided equally between the existing Community Based Sickle Cell Programs located in Spartanburg and Columbia; and
(2) 52% is for the Community Based Sickle Cell Program in Charleston. The funds shall be used for providing prevention programs, educational programs, testing, counseling and newborn screening. The balance of the total appropriation must be used for Sickle Cell Services operated by Children's Rehabilitative Services of DHEC. The funds appropriated to the community based sickle cell centers shall be reduced to reflect any percent reduction assigned to the Department of Health and Environmental Control by the Budget and Control Board.
31.16. (Sickle Cell Services) No funds appropriated ($394,091) for ongoing or newly established sickle cell services may be diverted to other budget categories within the DHEC budget. The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall not be required to undertake any treatment, medical management or health care follow-up for any person with sickle cell disease identified through any neonatal testing program, beyond the level of services supported by funds now or subsequently appropriated for such services.
31.17. (Genetic Services) The sum of $237,653 appearing under the Maternal and Child Care Section of this Act shall be appropriated to and administered by the Department of Health and Environmental Control for the purpose of providing appropriate genetic services to medically needy and underserved persons. Such funds shall be used by the Department to administer the program and to contract with appropriate providers of genetic services. Such services will include genetic screening, laboratory testing, counseling, and other services as may be deemed beneficial by the Department, and these funds shall be divided equally among the three Regional Genetic Centers of South Carolina, composed of units from the Medical University of South Carolina, the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, and the Greenwood Genetic Center.
31.18. (Hazardous Waste Health Inspectors) The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall assign a full-time health inspector to serve at commercial hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities located in South Carolina for the purpose of assuring the protection of the health and safety of the public by monitoring the receipt and handling of hazardous waste at these sites. The Department shall implement a fee schedule to cover the costs of implementing this inspection program to be collected from such inspected facilities.
31.19. (Revenue Carry Forward Authorization) The Department of Health & Environmental Control is hereby authorized to collect, expend and carry forward revenues in the following programs: Sale of Goods (confiscated goods, arm patches, etc.), sale of meals at Camp Burnt Gin, sale of publications, brochures, photo copies and certificate forms, including but not limited to, pet rabies vaccination certificate books, sale of listings and labels, sale of State Code and Supplements, sale of films and slides, sale of maps, sale of items to be recycled, including used motor oil and batteries, etc., and collection of registration fees for non-DHEC employees.
31.20. (Pharmacist Permits) The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall be exempted from the requirements of Section 40-43-370 of the 1976 Code of Laws, as amended, as it relates to the requirement that a pharmacist employed by the Department may supervise no more than two adjacent districts. The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall not be exempt from any other provisions of Section 40-43-370.
31.21. (Sell Surplus Real Property) The Department is hereby authorized to sell surplus real property in Florence County and use the proceeds of such sale, less the expenses required for the sale, to provide necessary physical plant and facilities for the county and district Health Department as well as other health services agencies located in Florence County.
31.22. (Public Swimming Pool Inspection Fee) The Department shall implement an annual fee schedule for the inspection of public swimming pools not to exceed the cost of operating the Recreational Water Program in the prior fiscal year. All revenue collected in this program shall be deposited to the General Fund.
Type of Facility Fee Type Fee ($) Wading, kiddie, Construction Permit $200 plus spraying, swimming, $0.20 per diving, treatment, square ft. therapeutic, spa, of surface hot tub pools area Sliding, floating, Construction Permit $500 per rafting pools flume Wading,kiddie, Operating Permit $90 first spraying, swimming, pool plus diving, treatment, $50 each therapeutic, spa, add'l pool* hot tub pools Sliding,floating Operating Permit $50 per rafting pools flume* The $100 base fee for first pool must be applied to each property unless such property is contiguous or separated only by a street, alleyway, walk-way, highway or other public right of way.
31.23. (Environmental Fees) The Department of Health and Environmental Control is hereby granted authority to charge annually for environmental permits, licenses, or certificates required by the Department under the Pollution Control Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Hazardous Waste Management Act, the Oil and Gas Act, the Atomic Energy and Radiation Control Act, or Department regulations. Schedule of Fees (1) Water Pollution Control
(a) Annual fees for NPDES and State Construction Permits for Land Application Systems
Type of Facility Permit Fee ($) ___________________________________________________ WASTEWATER TREATMENT --Major Facility $ 1,200 (Flow greater than 2,000,000 gal/day) --Major Facility $ 900 (Flow 1,000,000 - 1,999,999 gal/day) --Minor Facility $ 750 (Flow 500,000 - 999,999 gal/day) --Minor Facility $ 600 (Flow 100,000 - 499,999 gal/day) --Minor Facility $ 450 (Flow 50,000 - 99,999 gal/day) --Minor Facility $ 300 (Flow 0 - 49,999 gal/day) Multiple Discharge Permits $ 900 PLUS $ 450/Discharge (Greater than 5 Discharge Points) Over 5 (b) Water Quality Certification Application Fees (i) Federal and Coastal Zone Certification $ 500 (ii) State, Non-Coastal Zone Certification $ 75 (c) Construction Permit Fees (i) Pretreatment Systems $ 600 (ii) Collection Systems (a) Nondelegated Program $ 250 (b) Delegated Program $ 75WATER SUPPLY OPERATING PERMIT
--Major Facility $ 800 (Serving more than 10,000 people) --Major Facility $ 600 (Serving 5,000 - 10,000 people) --Minor Facility $ 150 (Serving 1,000 - 4,999 people) --Minor Facility $ 50 (Serving less than 1,000 people) Hazardous Waste Units $ 600Fees and Expenses collected by this process shall be deposited in the General Fund. (2) Air Pollution Control- Pursuant to the 1990 amendments of the Federal Clean Air Act the source owner or operator must pay an annual permit fee of $18.00 per ton of regulated pollutant based on actual emissions during calendar year 1992. Funds generated from these fees shall be retained by the agency to be used to implement the Air Quality program and provisions of the Federal Clean Air Act. No fee will be assessed for emissions in excess of 4,000 tons per year per pollutant. (3) Laboratory Services
(a) Application Fee - $100.00
(b) Minimum Annual Fee (per laboratory) - $100.00
(c) Clean Water Act (CA) Inorganics - $20.00 per parameter
(d) Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) Inorganics - $20.00 per parameter
(e) SDWA "Secondary" Inorganics - $20.00 per parameter
(f) CWA Organics
(i) PCBs and Pesticides - $250.00 per sub-group
(ii) Herbicides - $250.00 per sub-group
(iii)Volatiles - $250.00 per sub-group
(iv) Semi-Volatiles - $250.00 per sub-group
(v) Dioxins and Furans - $250.00 per sub-group
(g) SDWA Organics
(i) Trihalomethanes - $250.00
(ii) Synthetic Organic Compounds - $500.00
(iii)Volatiles - $500.00
(i) Total Coliform - $50.00
(ii) Fecal Coliform - $50.00
(iii)Fecal Steptococci - $50.00
(i) Toxicity Testing -$500.00/Species
(ii) Taxonomy - $250.00
(j) Solid and Hazardous Wastes (SW-846 Methods) Should a laboratory wish to be certified to perform analyses using SW-846 Methodology and that laboratory has paid fees to the Program to perform analogous analyses under the CWA and/or SDWA, the laboratory will only be assessed an annual fee of $500.00. However, should a laboratory wish to perform analyses using SW-846 Methodology only, that laboratory will be assessed an annual fee according to the formats listed for the CWA and the SDWA parameters, as applicable. (4) Radioactive Material Licenses -
Annual Fees (a) Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal $275,000 (b) Radioactive Material Manufacturing/Processing $ 27,000 (c) Decontamination Facilities $ 3,000 (d) Industrial Radiography under Reciprocity $ 500 (e) Low-Level Waste Consolidation $ 25,000 (f) Low-Level Waste Processing $ 50,000All other radioactive material fees shall remain as listed in Regulations 61-63 and 61-68.
31.26. (Safe Drinking Water) In order to comply with the provisions of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act, the department is authorized to collect a fee from each public drinking water system. The fee must be based upon the number of service connections or the number of taps or meters through which the system provides water to its customers. The fees collected must be returned to the department for the purposes of implementing the Safe Drinking Water Act Regulatory Program including engineering plan review, compliance inspections, and enforcement; and for providing technical assistance and monitoring and laboratory analytical services for the public water systems of the State.
System Size System Fee # Service Connections 2 - 14 $ 150 (Serve fewer than twenty-five customers) 2 - 14 $ 500 (Serve twenty-five or more customers) 15 - 50 $ 800 51 - 100 $ 1,500 101 - 500 $ 4,000 501 - 1,000 $ 8,000 1,001 - 5,000 $15,000 5,001 - 10,000 $18,000 10,001 - 25,000 $20,000 25,001 - 50,000 $30,000 50,001 - up $40,000
In providing monitoring and laboratory analytical services, DHEC will consider least cost alternatives including contracting with private laboratories when appropriate. DHEC shall include all applicable direct and indirect costs in developing cost comparisons with private laboratories.
31.27. (Medicaid Nursing Home Bed Days) Pursuant to Section 44-7-84(A) of the 1976 Code, the maximum number of Medicaid patient days for which the Department of Health and Environmental Control is authorized to issue Medicaid nursing home permits is 3,900,000.
31.28. (Infectious Waste Health Inspectors) The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall assign fulltime health inspectors to serve at commercial incinerators which dispose of infectious waste for the purpose of assuring the protection of the health and safety of the public by monitoring the receipt, handling and disposal of infectious waste at these sites. The Department shall implement a fee of up to $5.00 per ton of infectious waste to cover the costs of implementing this inspection program, not to exceed $150,000, to be collected quarterly from such inspected facilities to be deposited in the General Fund.
31.29. (Septic Tank & Food Service Permits) The Department shall charge a septic tank permit fee of $60.00. This fee shall be paid prior to the issuance of any septic tank permit. The Department shall charge annual permit fees for food service establishments, retail food stores and convenience stores. Retail food stores or food service establishments obtaining a permit for the first time shall be charged a permit fee of $60.00; convenience stores obtaining a permit for the first time shall be charged a fee of $20.00. These fees must be paid prior to the issuance of a permit. After the first year, renewal permit fees shall be based on gross sales of food and food products for the facility's previous business year as follows:
Gross Sales Annual Fee $1 to 299,999 $60.00 $300,000 to 2,999,999 $70.00 $3,000,000 or more $80.00Annual fees for convenience stores shall be $20.00 regardless of sales. The Department shall revise the annual permit fee schedule for food service establishments and retail food stores to provide for additional breakdowns.
Annual renewal fees shall be due thirty (30) days from the billing date. A penalty charge of $10.00 for convenience stores and $30.00 for all other facilities shall be assessed for permit fees that are past due. A second penalty shall be assessed for permit fees sixty (60) days past due.
Owners of food service establishments and retail food stores shall furnish previous business year sales information on request of the Department.
The following food service establishments and retail food stores shall be exempt from fee charges. Food service establishments that are operated by a public or private school (kindergarten through grade 12); or are operated by a child care facility. Food service establishments at health care facilities that are regulated by the Department's Deputy Commissioner for Health Regulation. Food service establishments that are operated by other state agencies or local governments that provide food for patients, clients or inmates. Food service establishments or retail food stores that are operated by non-profit organizations for the purpose of providing meals or food to needy persons at little or no cost; or for the purpose of raising money for a charitable purpose.
An entity claiming an exemption from fee charges may be required to submit annually to the Department written evidence that it meets one or more of the above criteria.
31.31. (Vital Records Fees) The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall revise fees for Vital Records. The following fee schedule shall be implemented effective July 1, 1991 and the revenue generated shall be retained and expended by the agency to offset he cost of operations of the Vital Records System.
Records Search (includes one certification, if located) $ 8.00 Additional similar certifications of the same record ordered at the same time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ 3.00 Expedited service (additional to other required fees). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ 5.00 Index Verification for Government Agencies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$ 2.00 Special Filing Fees (additional to research fee) (1) Correction of certificate by affidavit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10.00 (2) Amended certificate (adoption, legitimation, court order, paternity acknowledgement) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10.00 (3) Delayed Registration of Birth. . . . . . . . . . . . .$10.00
31.32. (Health Licensing Fee) Funds resulting from an increase in the Health Licensing Fee Schedule shall be retained by the Department to fund increased responsibilities of the health licensing programs.
31.33. (Controlled Substances Registration Fees) Provided, that the fees assessed for registration under Title 44, Chapter 53, Article 3 of the amended Code (the Controlled Substances Act) and set forth under Paragraph 103 of R61-4 of the amended Code shall be increased as follows:
(1) The fees set in R61-4, Paragraph 103(a), (c), (d), (e), and (h) at $75.00 per annum are increased to $100.00 per annum.
(2) The fees set in R61-4, Paragraph 103(b) at $75.00 per annum are increased to $275.00 per annum.
(3) The fees set in R61-4, Paragraph 103(f) at $360.00 per annum are increased to $600.00 per annum.
(4) The fees set in R61-4, Paragraph 103(g) at $240.00 per annum are increased to $500.00 per annum.
(5) The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall modify R61-4, Paragraph 103 to conform to the fees set forth in this proviso.
(6) This proviso shall become effective for the 1992-1993 registration period and shall continue in force until modified by revision of R61-4, Paragraph 103.
31.34. (Medical & Dental Loan Program) Notwithstanding other provisions of law, unobligated funds in the Medical & Dental Loan program may be expended for other health service programs.
31.36. (Infectious Waste Contingency Fund) The Department of Health and Environmental Control is authorized to use not more than $75,000 from the Infectious Waste Contingency Fund per year for personnel and operating expenses to implement the Infectious Waste Act.
31.37. (Norplant Savings) The Department of Health and Environmental Control shall provide to the maximum extent possible, funding for Norplant contraceptive devices and voluntary sterilization services. Funding is to be derived from savings in the maternity program.
31.38. (Norplant Devices) The $300,000 increase in Case Services in Maternal and Child Care funds shall be used to provide Norplant contraceptive devices or voluntary sterilization services.
31.39. (Nursing Home Medicaid Bed Day Permit) Beginning July 1, 1993, when transfer of a medicaid patient from a nursing home is necessary due to violations of state or federal law or medicaid certification requirements, the medicaid patient day permit shall be transferred with the patient to the receiving nursing home. The receiving facility shall apply to permanently retain the medicaid patient day permit within sixty days of receipt of the patient.
31.40. (Realign Radiological Health Program Budget) In consultation with the Senate Finance Committee and House Ways and Means Committee, the Department is authorized to realign its FY 94 appropriation for the Radiological Health program into a revised structure during the first quarter of the fiscal year to reflect actual program operations.
31.41. (Family Planning) An additional appropriation of $224,484 for the Department of Health and Environmental Control must be used to provide outreach and services to prevent teenage pregnancy, to provide voluntary sterilization and to provide Norplant.
31.42. (Excess Infectious Waste Contingency Fund) For fiscal year 1993-94, if the balance in the Infectious Waste Contingency Fund created pursuant to Section 44-93-170 exceeds $325,000, the excess must be credited to the respective county accounts in amounts proportionate to each county's share of fees deposited in the fund. The excess funds credited to the counties must be used for funding local health care and public service projects.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. GENERAL ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: COMMISSIONER/S 108,955 108,955 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 6,396,795 6,203,295 (229.96) (220.96) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 526,698 526,698 (6.00) (6.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 166,270 105,838 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 7,198,718 6,944,786 (236.96) (227.96) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,863,112 1,384,309 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,863,112 1,384,309 TOTAL GENERAL ADMINISTRATION 9,061,830 8,329,095 (236.96) (227.96) II. COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH A. COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 29,950,573 13,642,524 (1,201.91) (527.21) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,700,000 2,100,000 (36.00) (25.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,033,512 516,680 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 33,684,085 16,259,204 (1,237.91) (552.21) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 23,099,663 6,567,857 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 23,099,663 6,567,857 TOT. COMMUNITY MENTAL HLTH 56,783,748 22,827,061 (1,237.91) (552.21) B. SPECIAL ITEMS GATEWAY HOUSE 96,700 96,700 PALMETTO PATHWAYS 50,000 S.C. SHARE 250,000 ALLIANCE FOR THE MENTALLY ILL 20,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 416,700 96,700 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS CASE SERVICES 3,054,149 1,418,906 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 3,054,149 1,418,906 TOT. COMMUNITY MENTAL HLTH 3,470,849 1,515,606 TOT. COMMUNITY MENTAL HLTH 60,254,597 24,342,667 (1,237.91) (552.21) III. COMMUNITY SERVICES TO CHILDREN PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 5,341,236 3,090,304 (194.08) (79.81) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 405,000 230,000 (4.00) (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 436,917 29,495 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 6,183,153 3,349,799 (198.08) (81.81) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,517,464 1,346,450 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,517,464 1,346,450 SPECIAL ITEM PROJECT STRIDE 46,416 46,416 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 46,416 46,416 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS CASE SERVICES 3,137,496 1,935,391 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 3,137,496 1,935,391 TOTAL COMMUNITY SERVICES TO CHILDREN 11,884,529 6,678,056 (198.08) (81.81) IV. INPATIENT PSYCHIATRIC PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 57,346,825 43,528,293 (3,332.86) (2,813.84) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 9,666,517 8,099,556 (151.00) (144.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 5,435,169 4,654,194 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 72,448,511 56,282,043 (3,483.86) (2,957.84) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 27,609,104 16,274,928 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 27,609,104 16,274,928 SPECIAL ITEMS PUBLIC ASISTANCE PAYMENTS CASE SERVICES 1,741,379 1,648,779 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 1,741,379 1,648,779 TOTAL INPATIENT PSYCHIATRIC 101,798,994 74,205,750 (3,483.86) (2,957.84) V. ICF/SKILLED NURSING CARE PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 10,800,140 5,866,505 (764.94) (359.08) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,139,100 734,100 (14.00) (9.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 973,035 344,238 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 12,912,275 6,944,843 (778.94) (368.08) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 14,342,487 4,459,498 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 14,342,487 4,459,498 SPECIAL ITEMS CAMPBELL VETERANS HOME 7,888,423 2,552,464 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 7,888,423 2,552,464 DEBT SERVICE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS CASE SERVICES 75,422 16,922 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 75,422 16,922 TOT. ICF SKILLED NURSING CARE 35,218,607 13,973,727 (778.94) (368.08) VI. ALCOHOL & DRUG PERSONAL SERVICES: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 6,931,069 5,156,085 (338.52) (259.56) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 808,207 808,207 (10.00) (10.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 418,072 354,430 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 8,157,348 6,318,722 (348.52) (269.56) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,432,051 1,690,278 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,432,051 1,690,278 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS CASE SERVICES 133,418 106,973 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 133,418 106,973 TOTAL ALCOHOL & DRUG 10,722,817 8,115,973 (348.52) (269.56) VII. DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 3,228,887 1,745,408 (200.19) (109.99) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 508,084 508,084 (7.00) (7.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 170,301 170,301 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 3,907,272 2,423,793 (207.19) (116.99) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 411,054 236,375 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 411,054 236,375 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS CASE SERVICES 10,349 10,349 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 10,349 10,349 TOT. DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED 4,328,675 2,670,517 (207.19) (116.99) VIII. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTI EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 40,067,382 28,858,741 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 40,067,382 28,858,741 TOTAL STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 40,067,382 28,858,741 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 40,067,382 28,858,741 TOTAL DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH 273,337,431 167,174,526 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (6,491.46) (4,574.45)
32.1. (Medicare Revenue) All Federal Funds received by the Department of Mental Health from patients' Medicare benefits shall be considered as patient fees under the provision of Act No. 1276 of the 1970 Acts (provision for the issuance of bonds to be repaid from patient fees) except that the Department shall remit to the General Fund of the State $290,963 from such funds to support the appropriation for administrative costs of the collection of Medicare benefits. The Department shall retain and expend up to $3 million of all Medicare Revenue earned prior to July 1, of the prior fiscal year, but received in the current fiscal year from cost recovery efforts, all additional prior earnings shall be remitted to the General Fund, except that the cost and fees of identifying and collecting such additional Medicare Revenue to which the Department is entitled may be paid from funds actually collected from such efforts.
32.2. (Paying Patient Account) Notwithstanding any other provision of law and in addition to other payments provided in Part I of this act, the Department of Mental Health is hereby directed during the current fiscal year to remit to the General Fund of the State the amount of $3,800,000 to be paid from the surplus funds in the paying patient account which has been previously designated for capital improvements and debt service under the provisions of Act 1276 of 1970.
32.3. (Patient Fee Account) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law and in addition to other payments provided in Part I of this act, the Department of Mental Health is hereby authorized during the current fiscal year, to provide the funds budgeted herein for $6,214,911 for Departmental operations, $400,000 for the Continuum of Care, $20,000 for the Alliance for the Mentally Ill, $250,000 for S.C. SHARE Self Help Association Regarding Emotions, $50,000 for Palmetto Pathways, and up to $685,000 for day-to-day operations at the Campbell Nursing Home in FY 1992-93, from the Patient Fee Account which has been previously designated for capital improvements and debt service under provisions of Act 1276 of 1970. The Department of Mental Health is authorized to fund the cost of Medicare Part B premiums from its Patient Fee Account up to $150,000. The South Carolina Alliance for the Mentally Ill shall provide an itemized budget before the receipt of funds and quarterly financial statements to the Legislative Governor's Committee on Mental Health and Mental Retardation. The South Carolina Self-Help Association Regarding Emotions shall provide an itemized budget before the receipt of funds and quarterly financial statements to the Legislative Governor's Committee on Mental Health and Mental Retardation. DMH is authorized to use unobligated Patient Paying Fee Account funds for community transition programs. The funds made available shall be utilized consistently with the Transition Leadership Council's definition of severely mentally ill children and adults. The department shall report their use of these funds to the Legislative-Governor's Committee on Mental Health and Mental Retardation, the House Ways and Means Committee, and the Senate Finance Committee. This amendment is made not withstanding other obligations currently set forth in this proviso.
32.6. (Paying Patient Fee - Hall Institute) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law and in addition to other payments provided in this section, the Department of Mental Health is authorized to utilize up to $1,530,520 of the funds collected from paying patients hospitalized in the acute care units of the William S. Hall Psychiatric Institute to defray the cost of training mental health personnel and psychiatric research at that facility pursuant to Section 44-11-10(2), Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976; these being a part of the funds previously designated for capital improvements and debt service under the provisions of Act 1276 of 1970.
32.8. (Institution Generated Funds) The Department of Mental Health is authorized to retain and expend institution generated funds which are budgeted.
32.9. (Harris Psychiatric Hospital Carry Forward) The Budget and Control Board shall authorize the Department of Mental Health to carry-forward any remaining funds allocated for Harris Psychiatric Hospital in the prior fiscal year to assure full-funding of Harris Psychiatric Hospital in the current fiscal year. The Department is authorized to utilize these funds to provide for community screening and service for potential admission to Harris Psychiatric Hospital.
32.10. (VA Nursing Home Carry Forward) The Department is authorized to carry forward into the current year, funds allocated in the prior fiscal year for the operation of the Campbell Nursing Home. Funds carried forward shall be expended for the same purpose during the current fiscal year.
32.12. (Transfer of Patients to DDSN) DMH is authorized to transfer to the Department of Disabilities & Special Needs, state appropriations to cover the state match related to expenditures initiated as a result of the transfer of appropriate patients from DMH to the Department of Disabilities & Special Needs. Notwithstanding any other provisions of law and in addition to other payments as authorized in this Act, DMH is also authorized to utilize up to $500,000 from the Patient Fee Account to help defray costs of these transferees.
32.13. (Harris Hospital Funds Transfer Notification) Prior to any transfer of funds from the current budget for Harris Hospital, the Department shall notify the Chairmen of the Joint Appropriations Review Committee, the House Ways and Means Committee and the Senate Finance Committee.
32.15. (Sale of Property Revenue) The department may retain revenues associated with the sale of property and may expend these funds on capital improvements approved by the Joint Bond Review Committee and the Budget and Control Board.
32.16. (Department Owned Housing Rental) The Department of Mental Health may charge other than fair market value for rental of department-owned housing when such rentals assist in the recruitment and training of mental health professionals.
32.19. (Transfer Hospital Earned Revenue) The Department shall remit $8,883,932 of earmarked funds to the General Fund for the current fiscal year.
32.20. (Campbell VA Nursing Home) Of the additional funds appropriated herein for FY 93-94, $770,000 is designated for the Campbell Nursing Home.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: COMMISSIONER/S 88,756 88,756 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 5,872,473 3,741,459 (236.00) (152.00) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 517,311 517,311 (7.00) (7.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 59,652 15,426 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 6,538,192 4,362,952 (244.00) (160.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,490,004 130,782 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,490,004 130,782 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 8,028,196 4,493,734 (244.00) (160.00) II. SERVICES SUPPORT: PERSONAL SERVICES: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 11,612,186 8,470,906 (737.00) (565.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 272,435 110,791 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 11,884,621 8,581,697 (737.00) (565.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 11,783,731 4,113,723 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 11,783,731 4,113,723 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PA TOTAL SERVICES SUPPORT 23,668,352 12,695,420 (737.00) (565.00) III. DEVELOPMENTAL: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 11,256,748 5,169,559 (551.50) (241.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 403,103 244,188 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 11,659,851 5,413,747 (551.50) (241.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 530,047 137,532 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 530,047 137,532 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 56,380 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 56,380 TOTAL DEVELOPMENTAL 12,246,278 5,551,279 (551.50) (241.00) IV. HEALTH: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 10,320,803 5,146,900 (444.51) (225.68) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,435,000 106,720 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 11,755,803 5,253,620 (444.51) (225.68) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,700,079 723,703 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,700,079 723,703 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 620,628 436,746 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 620,628 436,746 TOTAL HEALTH 15,076,510 6,414,069 (444.51) (225.68) V. COMMUNITY: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 2,680,019 1,509,481 (127.50) (82.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 28,544 16,350 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 2,708,563 1,525,831 (127.50) (82.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 92,537,543 25,967,057 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 92,537,543 25,967,057 SPECIAL ITEMS: SPECIAL OLYMPICS 24,175 24,175 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 24,175 24,175 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 1,433,563 _________ TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 1,433,563 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOCATIONS TO PRIVATE SECTOR 165,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 165,000 TOTAL COMMUNITY 96,868,844 27,517,063 (127.50) (82.00) VI. RESIDENTIAL: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 34,750,408 22,183,705 (2,415.00) (1,539.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,557,090 371,283 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 36,307,498 22,554,988 (2,415.00) (1,539.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 6,690,108 1,622,258 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 6,690,108 1,622,258 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PAYMENTS: CASE SERVICES 274,141 12,571 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 274,141 12,571 TOTAL RESIDENTIAL 43,271,747 24,189,817 (2,415.00) (1,539.00) VII. PREVENTION & RESEARCH: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 152,342 (4.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 152,342 (4.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 2,411,807 1,336,358 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 2,411,807 1,336,358 SPECIAL ITEMS: GREENWOOD GENETIC CENTER 126,000 _________ TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 126,000 TOTAL PREVENTION & RESEARCH 2,690,149 1,336,358 (4.00) VIII. AUTISM PROGRAM PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,222,835 1,176,616 (57.00) (55.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 244,322 184,106 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,467,157 1,360,722 (57.00) (55.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 651,788 474,914 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 651,788 474,914 CASE SERVICES CASE SERVICES 63,780 27,601 TOTAL CASE SRVC/PUB ASST 63,780 27,601 TOTAL AUTISM PROGRAM 2,182,725 1,863,237 (57.00) (55.00) IX. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 24,495,889 14,887,561 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 24,495,889 14,887,561 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 24,495,889 14,887,561 TOTAL DEPT OF DISABILITIES AND SPECIAL NEEDS 228,528,690 98,948,538 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (4,580.51) (2,867.68)
33.1. (Work Activity Programs) All revenues derived from production contracts earned by mentally retarded trainees in Work Activity Programs be retained by the South Carolina Department of Disabilities & Special Needs and carried forward as necessary into the following fiscal year to be used for other operating expenses and/or permanent improvements of these Work Activity Programs.
33.2. (Sale of Excess Real Property) The Department is authorized to retain revenues associated with the sale of excess Department-owned real property and may expend these funds to purchase land and construct community residences to serve the mentally retarded. In the construction of new facilities, the Department shall follow all the policies and procedures of the Budget and Control Board and the Joint Bond Review Committee.
33.3. (Prenatal Diagnosis) Revenues not to exceed $126,000 from client fees, credited to the debt service fund and not required to meet the Department's debt service requirement, may be expended only in the current fiscal year to promote expanded prenatal diagnosis of mental retardation and related defects by the Greenwood Genetic Center.
33.4. (Medicaid Funded Contract Settlements) The Department is authorized to carry forward and retain settlements under Medicaid-funded contracts. These funds must be used to make settlement payments to contractors due to prior year payments related to the cost of client care. Such payments shall be made in accordance with federal regulations, the State Medicaid Plan, and State Health and Human Services Finance Commission guidelines. Any net balances remaining from this settlement process shall revert to the General Fund of the State.
33.5. (Medicare Reimbursements) The Department may continue to budget Medicare reimbursements to cover operating expenses of the program providing such services.
33.6. (Departmental Generated Revenue) The Department is authorized to continue to expend Departmental generated revenues that are authorized in the budget.
33.8. (Transfer Hospital Earned Revenue) The Department shall remit $9,316,068 of earmarked funds to the General Fund for the current fiscal year.
33.9. (Patient Day Fee) The Department may exclude Medicaid revenues from the Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded's patient day fee from indirect cost recovery payments.
33.10. (Autistic Services) Of the funds appropriated herein, the Department herein, is directed to expend not less than $2.4 million for autistic services.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 76,938 76,938 (1.00) (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 564,079 516,822 (20.35) (17.85) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 65,636 65,636 (1.00) (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 1,934 1,934 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 708,587 661,330 (22.35) (19.85) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 254,905 123,341 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 254,905 123,341 TOTAL DIV OF ADMINISTRATION 963,492 784,671 (22.35) (19.85) II. DIVISION OF PROGRAM SUPPORT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 909,656 808,422 (34.00) (30.50) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 29,016 4,500 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 938,672 812,922 (34.00) (30.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 500,726 217,226 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 500,726 217,226 SPECIAL ITEMS: OUTPATIENT COMMUNITY SERVICES 837,024 837,024 CHILDRENS SERVICES 480,357 480,357 STATE BLOCK GRANT 1,655,642 1,655,642 LOCAL PROV. SAL. SUPP. 1,815,825 1,815,825 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 4,788,848 4,788,848 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISION ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 14,500 ALLOC TO ENT-ALCOHOL & DRUG TREA 1,718,210 ALLOC-PRIVATE SECTOR 100,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 1,832,710 TOTAL DIV OF PGM SUPPORT 8,060,956 5,818,996 (34.00) (30.50) III. DIVISION OF PROGRAMS & SERV PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 730,114 543,124 (26.16) (17.96) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 40,447 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 770,561 543,124 (26.16) (17.96) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 250,907 101,585 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 250,907 101,585 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISION ALLOC EIA-SCIP 1,071,136 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 307,500 ALLOC TO ENT-ALCOHOL & DRUG TREA 6,530,906 ALLOC TO ENT-ALCOHOL & DRUG INTER 2,498,557 ALLOC TO ENT-ALCOHOL & DRUG PREV 1,920,000 AID OTHER STATE AGENCIES 15,000 15,000 AID TO ENT-ALCOHOL & DRUG TREATM 904,367 904,367 AID TO ENT-ALCOH. & DRG MATCH 1,091,695 1,091,695 TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 14,339,161 2,011,062 TOTAL DIV OF PGMS & SERVICES 15,360,629 2,655,771 (26.16) (17.96) IV. DRUG FREE SCHOOLS PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 25,237 (1.00) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 25,237 (1.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 6,900 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 6,900 TOTAL DRUG FREE SCHOOL & COM. PROGRAM 32,137 (1.00) DIST TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 420,000 ALLOC TO ENT-ALCOHOL & DRUG PREVENTION 1,680,000 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 2,100,000 V. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 605,865 496,420 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 605,865 496,420 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 2,705,865 496,420 TOTAL DEPT OF ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUG ABUSE SERV 27,123,079 9,755,858 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (83.51) (68.31)
34.1.(School Intervention Activity) $1,149,204 of the amount appropriated as "Total Distribution to Subdivisions" in Program III, Division of Programs and Services is intended to be used for the School Intervention activity and none of this sum shall be used by the Department for the employment of personnel.
34.2. (Training & Conference Revenue) The Department may charge fees for training events and conferences. The revenues from such events shall be deposited in the General Fund.
34.3. (Other Funded New Positions) The Department of Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Services may fill the other funded personnel authorized in this section only if such funds are available at the time the new positions are to be filled.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 31,574,823 31,574,823 (1,262.54) (1,262.54) NEW POSITIONS ADDED BY THE BUDGET AND CONTROL BOARD AND THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON PERSONAL SERVICE, FINANCING AND BUDGETING WEIGHT SPECIALIST-DHPT 974,040 974,040 (60.00) (60.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 374,333 374,333 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 32,923,196 32,923,196 (1,322.54) (1,322.54) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 16,696,868 16,696,868 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 16,696,868 16,696,868 TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT 49,620,064 49,620,064 (1,322.54) (1,322.54) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 6,380,575 6,380,575 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 6,380,575 6,380,575 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 6,380,575 6,380,575 TOTAL STATE HIGHWAY PATROL 56,000,639 56,000,639 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (1,322.54) (1,322.54)
35A.1. (Special Events Traffic Control) The Highway Patrol must not charge any fee associated with special events for maintaining traffic control and ensuring safety on South Carolina public roads and highways unless approved by the General Assembly.
35A.2. (Transfer RAID Team Members to SLED) The State Highway Patrol in consultation with the State Budget Division shall transfer the fourteen (14) FTE's assigned to work on the Governor's RAID Team along with the corresponding salaries, employer contributions, and associated operating costs including personally assigned equipment to the Governor's Office - SLED. This transfer shall take place on, or as soon as practicable after July 1, 1993.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 86,812 (3.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 2,000 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 88,812 (3.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 68,826 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 68,826 TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 157,638 (3.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 21,777 _________ TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 21,777 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 21,777 TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT HALL OF FAME 179,415 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (3.00)
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES: A. GENERAL ADMIN AND CERTIFICATION PERSONAL SERVICE: DIRECTOR 58,583 (1.00) CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 576,804 (23.78) NEW POSITIONS CLERICAL SPEC. C 13,086 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 144,017 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 792,490 (25.78) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 440,132 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 440,132 _________ TOTAL GENERAL ADMIN & CERTIFICATION 1,232,622 (25.78) B. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 421,797 (16.50) NEW POSITIONS SUPRINT. CUSTODIAL SERVICES II 19,376 (1.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 122,020 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 563,193 (17.50) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,035,380 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,035,380 _________ TOTAL BUILDING & GROUNDS 1,598,573 (17.50) TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 2,831,195 (43.28) II. TRAINING AND OPERATIONS: A. INSTRUCTION: PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,604,694 (36.67) NEW POSITIONS CRIMINOLOGY INSTRUCTOR II 53,032 (2.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 162,964 _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,820,690 (38.67) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 423,640 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 423,640 _________ TOTAL INSTRUCTION 2,244,330 (38.67) B. INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 942,056 (41.00) NEW POSITIONS CRIMINOLOGY INSTRUCTOR II 106,060 (3.75) FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR II 15,310 (1.25) _________ TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,063,426 (46.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 1,888,063 _________ TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 1,888,063 _________ TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT 2,951,489 (46.00) TOTAL TRAINING & OPERATIONS 5,195,819 (84.67) III. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 1,109,334 _________ TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 1,109,334 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,109,334 TOTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING COUNCIL 9,136,348 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (127.95)
35C.1.(Miscellaneous Revenue) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, revenue received from the sale of meals to employees, sale of student locks and materials, sale of legal manuals and other publications, sale of miscellaneous refuse and recyclable materials, tuition from military breathalyzer courses, coin operated telephones, and revenue from canteen operations and building management services shall be retained by the Law Enforcement Training Council (Criminal Justice Academy) and expended in budgeted operations for food services, training and other related services.
35C.2. (Criminal Academy Programs Revenue) Notwithstanding any other provisions of law, revenue received from regional and national marketing of the "Crime-to-Court" and other South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy and E.T.V. series shall be retained by the Law Enforcement Training Council and expended for the expansion and improvement of the Criminal Academy's E.T.V. program and other training programs.
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. PSC-SAFETY ENFORCEMENT PERSONAL SERVICE: CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 1,243,059 1,243,059 (51.00) (51.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 1,243,059 1,243,059 (51.00) (51.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 307,709 307,709 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 307,709 307,709 TOTAL PSC-SAFETY ENFORCEMENT 1,550,768 1,550,768 (51.00) (51.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 310,764 310,764 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 310,764 310,764 TOTAL PSC-SAFETY ENFORCEMENT 1,861,532 1,861,532 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (51.00) (51.00)
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. PUBLIC SAFETY-DMV PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 4,090,361 4,090,361 (235.00) (235.00) OTHER PERSONAL SERVICE 190,638 190,638 TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 4,280,999 4,280,999 (235.00) (235.00) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 5,606,260 5,606,260 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 5,606,260 5,606,260 TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY-DMV 9,887,259 9,887,259 (235.00) (235.00) II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 1,171,895 1,171,895 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 1,171,895 1,171,895 TOTAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 1,171,895 1,171,895 TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY (DMV) 11,059,154 11,059,154 TOTAL AUTHORIZED FTE POSITIONS (235.00) (235.00)
TOTAL FUNDS GENERAL FUNDS ----------- ------------- I. ADMINISTRATION PERSONAL SERVICE CLASSIFIED POSITIONS 506,901 194,225 (19.00) (6.89) UNCLASSIFIED POSITIONS 136,045 89,500 (7.00) (6.00) TOTAL PERSONAL SERVICE 642,946 283,725 (26.00) (12.89) OTHER OPERATING EXPENSES 375,009 60,469 TOTAL OTHER OPERATING EXP 375,009 60,469 DISTRIBUTION TO SUBDIVISIONS ALLOC MUN-RESTRICTED 3,904,315 ALLOC CNTY-RESTRICTED 6,030,025 ALLOC OTHER STATE AGENCIES 4,296,676 ALLOC OTHER ENTITIES 1,514,888 _________ TOTAL DIST SUBDIVISIONS 15,745,904 SPECIAL ITEMS MATCHING FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT 209,097 209,097 TOTAL SPECIAL ITEMS 209,097 209,097 II. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS C. STATE EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS 148,368 56,745 TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS 148,368 56,745