General Appropriations Bill for fiscal year 2010-2011
As Passed by the House
SECTION 1. Pursuant to the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Program established by Title IV of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), $346,056,109 of federal funds are authorized for appropriation pursuant to the provisions of this Part.
SECTION 2. (A) The following sums shall be transferred to the following agencies to be expended for the specified purposes to supplement appropriations made for the expenses of state government in the annual general appropriation act for Fiscal Year 2010-11 and the Office of State Budget is directed to increase agency federal fund authorization for funds from the State Budget Stabilization Fund allocated herein:
(1) H63 - Department of Education School District Stabilization $ 174,430,646
(2) H63 - Department of Education, Governor's School for the Arts and the Humanities $ 500,000
(3) H63 - Department of Education, Governor's School for Mathematics and Science $ 500,000
(4) H71 - Wil Lou Gray Opportunity School $ 308,764
(5) L12 - John de la Howe School $ 308,765
(6) H03 - Commission on Higher Education $ 364,440
(7) H09 - The Citadel $ 2,363,807
(8) H12 - Clemson University $ 16,484,608
(9) H15 - University of Charleston $ 4,988,026
(10) H17 - Coastal Carolina University $ 2,426,619
(11) H18 - Francis Marion University $ 2,811,497
(12) H21 - Lander University $ 1,594,370
(13) H24 - South Carolina State University $ 3,458,970
(14) H27 - University of South Carolina - Columbia $ 26,989,369
(15) H29 - University of South Carolina - Aiken $ 1,632,206
(16) H34 - University of South Carolina - Upstate $ 2,129,109
(17) H36 - University of South Carolina - Beaufort $ 385,191
(18) H37 - University of South Carolina - Lancaster $ 406,379
(19) H38 - University of South Carolina - Salkehatchie $ 346,335
(20) H39 - University of South Carolina - Sumter $ 642,876
(21) H40 - University of South Carolina - Union $ 156,660
(22) H47 - Winthrop University $ 3,415,182
(23) H51 - Medical University of South Carolina $ 14,201,190
(24) H53 - Consortium of Community Teaching Hospitals $ 2,184,649
(25) H59 - Board for Technical & Comprehensive Education $ 23,676,177
(26) H87 - State Library $ 1,172,758
(27) P12 - Forestry Commission $ 300,000
(28) P16 - Department of Agriculture $ 200,000
(29) P20 - Clemson University - PSA $ 2,600,000
(30) P21 - South Carolina State University - PSA $ 200,000
(31) B04 - Judicial Department $ 2,150,000
(32) C05 - Administrative Law Court $ 100,000
(33) D10 - State Law Enforcement Division $ 2,409,187
(34) E20 - Attorney General's Office $ 500,000
(35) E21 - Prosecution Coordination Commission $ 500,000
(36) E23 - Commission on Indigent Defense 700,000
(37) N04 - Department of Corrections $ 45,554,564
(38) N20 - Law Enforcement Training Council $ 50,000
(39) K05 - Department of Public Safety $ 1,516,728
(40) P24 - Department of Natural Resources $ 1,145,089
(41) E08 - Secretary of State $ 40,000
(42) E12 - Comptroller General's Office $ 50,000
(43) 70C - Leg Dept. - Codification of Laws and Legislative Council $ 50,000 and
(44) F27 - Budget and Control Board, State Auditor's Office $ 111,948
Total Funds Authorized for Fiscal Year 2009-10 $ 346,056,109.
(B) Of the funds transferred to the State Law Enforcement Division in this section, the division must utilize the funds to maximize statutorily-mandated law enforcement services.
(C) For purposes of the expenditures authorized by this section, the funds must be used in a manner consistent with the provisions of the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund established by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and the provisions of this act.
(D) The General Assembly recognizes that the receipt of the funds appropriated in this Part is designed to address a precipitous drop in revenue due to the pending economic crisis and the use of this money to fund recurring expenses is a means to address this shortfall in recurring funds until the economy improves. The General Assembly further recognizes that these funds are temporary in nature and may not be sufficient to address a shortfall in recurring revenue if the current economic crisis extends beyond the period currently contemplated. As a result, the General Assembly strongly encourages state agencies and institutions and school districts receiving these funds to limit the reliance on these funds and make contingency plans that include savings necessary to meet future recurring obligations.
(E) Unexpended federal funds authorized in Part III of the prior appropriation act and in Part III of this act shall be carried forward from the prior fiscal year into the current and subsequent fiscal years and be expended for the same purpose in accordance with federal guidelines.
SECTION 3. This part takes effect upon approval by the Governor.
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