2001 Session

Budget Bill - SB800 (Introduced)

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Department of Corrections, Central Activities

Item 437

Item 437

First Year - FY2001Second Year - FY2002
Administrative and Support Services (37900)$33,768,995
General Management and Direction (37901)FY2001 $7,089,449
FY2002 $6,519,001
Computer Services (37902)FY2001 $9,472,094FY2002 $9,475,366
Accounting and Budgeting Services (37903)FY2001 $3,425,612FY2002 $3,428,245
Architectural and Engineering Services (37904)FY2001 $2,703,729FY2002 $2,705,360
Personnel Services (37914)FY2001 $1,743,143FY2002 $1,744,779
Procurement and Distribution (37918)FY2001 $9,334,968FY2002 $9,303,054
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2001 $32,947,294
FY2002 $32,354,011
SpecialFY2001 $821,701FY2002 $821,794

Authority: Title 53.1, Chapter 1; § 9-170, Code of Virginia.

A. Any plan to modernize and integrate the automated systems of the Department of Corrections shall be based on developing the integrated system in phases, or modules. Before the department proceeds with implementation of any phase or component of the plan, the Secretary of Public Safety, the Secretary of Technology, and the Secretary of Finance must approve it. An oversight committee, comprised of representatives from the Department of Technology Planning, Department of Information Technology, the Department of Planning and Budget, and the office of the Secretary of Public Safety shall be continued. This committee shall review and make recommendations, as directed by the Secretary of Public Safety, over all aspects of the automation modernization, including the development of any requests for proposals. The Department of Corrections shall submit periodic reports, as directed by the Secretary of Public Safety, to this committee regarding its progress in implementing the automation modernization.

B. Included within this appropriation is $88,810 the first year and $88,810 the second year from nongeneral funds for implementing the approved plan for the automation of the commissary system. The nongeneral funds shall come from profits projected to be generated by the commissary operations.

C. Included within this appropriation the second year is $2,742,000 from nongeneral funds for continuing the installation of a statewide automated network for the Department of Corrections and for developing an integrated database. The source of the nongeneral funds is the Contract Prisoners Special Revenue Fund.