2008 Session

Budget Amendments - HB30 (Conference Report)

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HB 1257-Intensive Monitoring for Child Support Delinquent Payers

Item 340 #1c

Item 340 #1c

First Year - FY2009 Second Year - FY2010
Health And Human Resources
Social Services, Department of FY2009 $49,960 FY2010 ($29,130) GF
FY2009 $197,040 FY2010 $243,630 NGF

Page 319, line 28, strike "$718,038,512" and insert "$718,285,512".
Page 319, line 28, strike "$718,038,512" and insert "$718,253,012".

(This amendment provides $49,960 from the general fund the first year and reduces the general fund appropriation by $29,130 the second year for the fiscal impact of House Bill 1257, which authorizes the Department of Social Services to establish intensive case monitoring pilot programs in four judicial districts for case management and other services to persons referred to the program by the court after failure to pay child support as required by an administrative action. The amendment also provides $197,040 the first year and $243,630 the second year from child support collections estimated to be received from individuals that are served in the program. General fund savings are estimated to occur beginning in fiscal year 2010 and should increase for several years as the pilot programs mature, because the state is permitted to retain the state share of collections on Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cases.)