2009 Session

Budget Bill - SB850 (Introduced)

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Department of Motor Vehicles

Item 443

Item 443

First Year - FY2009Second Year - FY2010
Administrative and Support Services (69900)$64,134,079
General Management and Direction (69901)FY2009 $26,272,602FY2010 $24,777,493
Information Technology Services (69902)FY2009 $33,213,175
FY2010 $33,213,175
Facilities and Grounds Management Services (69915)FY2009 $4,648,302
FY2010 $4,648,302
Fund Sources:  
Commonwealth TransportationFY2009 $56,497,079
FY2010 $55,001,970
Trust and AgencyFY2009 $6,400,000
FY2010 $6,400,000
Federal TrustFY2009 $1,237,000FY2010 $1,237,000

Authority: Title 46.2, Chapters 1 and 2, and § 46.2-697.1; Title 58.1, Chapters 17, 21, and 24, Code of Virginia.

A. The Department of Transportation shall reimburse the Department of Motor Vehicles for the operating costs of the Fuels Tax Evasion Program.

B. The Department of Motor Vehicles shall retain $6,400,000$1,400,000 in the first year and $6,400,000$3,200,000 in the second year from the Department of Motor Vehicles' Uninsured Motorists Fund to effect its information technology initiatives and implementation of the federal Real ID Act.  These amounts shall be from the share that would otherwise have been transferred to the State Corporation Commission pursuant to § 46.2-710, Code of Virginia.

C.1. In order to implement the abusive driver program established under the provisions of § 46.2-206.1, Code of Virginia, the commissioner may impose an administrative cost of up to thirteen percent of the revenues collected.  The commissioner is also authorized to use outside vendors, where appropriate, to assist in the administration of the abuser driver program.  If, following receipt of vendor bids for program administration, it is anticipated that administrative costs will exceed thirteen percent of the revenues collected, the Governor may authorize the expenditure of additional revenues to implement the program.

2. The Director, Department of Planning and Budget, is hereby authorized to adjust the appropriations for the department.

D. The Department of Motor Vehicles is authorized to retain as special revenue one-quarter of one percent in the first year of the gross collections of sales and use tax on motor vehicles to reimburse the department for ongoing operational expenses.