1999 Session

Budget Bill - HB1450 (Introduced)

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Department of State Police

Item 461

Item 461

First Year - FY1999Second Year - FY2000
Criminal Justice Information Systems and Statistics (30200)$23,536,539
Criminal Justice Computer Network (30201)FY1999 $5,617,717
FY2000 $5,557,059
Records Management (30203)FY1999 $6,397,690FY2000 $6,235,547
Telecommunications (30204)FY1999 $11,521,132FY2000 $11,931,527
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY1999 $22,276,241
FY2000 $22,447,394
SpecialFY1999 $1,260,298FY2000 $1,276,739

Authority: §§ 18.2-308.2:2, 19.2-387, 19.2-388, 27-55, 52-4, 52-4.4, 52-8.5, 52-12, 52-13, 52-15, 52-16, 52-25 and 52-31 through 52-34, Code of Virginia.

A. There is hereby reappropriated the unexpended balances of funding for communications equipment remaining at the close of business on June 30, 1998, in the appropriation for Item 446, Chapter 924, Acts of Assembly of 1997, in the subprogram Telecommunications, and the balances remaining in this subprogram on June 30, 1999.

B. The Department is authorized to accelerate the schedule for replacing its mainframe computer in the event that additional funds become available for this project.

C. Included in this appropriation is $2,000,000 in the second year from the general fund to develop a request for proposal for the design of a statewide-shared land mobile radio system. The Department of State Police may not enter into a contract for the financing, including leasing or other vendor financing, design, and engineering of a statewide-shared land mobile radio system until approval is given by the Secretaries of Public Safety, Technology, and Finance. The Attorney General shall review and approve the form and content of any proposed contracts. In addition, a technical steering committee comprised of representatives from the Department of Information Technology, Council of Information Management, Department of Planning and Budget, Secretary of Public Safety, and the Department of State Police, shall be established. This committee shall review and make recommendations, as directed by the Secretary of Public Safety, over all aspects of the statewide-shared land mobile radio system, including the development of any request for proposals. The Department of State Police shall submit periodic reports, as directed by the Secretary of Public Safety, to this committee regarding its progress in implementing the statewide-shared land mobile radio system. Within its request for proposals, the Department of State Police should direct vendors to submit private financing options, including leasing, as part of their proposals.