2012 Session

Budget Amendments - SB30 (Committee Approved)

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Adjust Appropriation to Reflect CSA Caseload and Utilization

Item 283 #1s

Item 283 #1s

First Year - FY2013 Second Year - FY2014
Health And Human Resources
Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families FY2013 ($7,253,150) FY2014 ($10,443,826) GF

Page 207, line 2, strike "$304,990,558" and insert "$297,737,408".
Page 207, line 2, strike "$307,681,234" and insert "$297,237,408".
Page 207, line 20, strike "155,167,303" and insert "147,914,153".
Page 207, line 21, strike "158,357,979" and insert "147,914,153".

(This amendment reduces $7.3 million the first year and $10.4 million the second year from the general fund to reflect level funding for caseload and costs for the Comprehensive Services Act program. Despite a continuing downward trend in CSA spending that has resulted in general fund savings exceeding $114.2 million during the past two fiscal years, the introduced budget assumes program spending will rebound in FY 2012 and grow by 2 percent on average in FY 2013 and FY 2014. This amendment assumes that projected CSA spending will remain constant through FY 2014, consistent with projected spending in the Title IV-E foster care program. A companion amendment to this item appropriates $5.4 million GF from these savings the first year to restore wrap-around services for special education children in CSA.)