2010 Session

Budget Bill - SB30 (Introduced)

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Virginia Information Technologies Agency

Item 431

Item 431

First Year - FY2011Second Year - FY2012
Emergency Response Systems Development Technology Services (71200)$39,466,528$39,466,528
Emergency Communication Systems Development Services (71201)FY2011 $2,734,309FY2012 $2,734,309
Financial Assistance to Localities for Enhanced Emergency Communications (71202)FY2011 $30,540,251FY2012 $30,540,251
Financial Assistance to Service Providers for Enhanced Emergency Communications Services (71203)FY2011 $6,191,968FY2012 $6,191,968
Fund Sources:  
Dedicated Special RevenueFY2011 $39,466,528FY2012 $39,466,528

Authority: Title 2.2, Chapter 20.1, and Title 56, Chapter 15, Code of Virginia.

A.1. Out of the amounts for Emergency Communication Systems Development Services, $1,000,000 the first year and $1,000,000 the second year from dedicated special revenue shall be used for development and deployment of improvements to the statewide E-911 network.

2. These funds shall remain unallotted until their expenditure has been approved by the Wireless E-911 Services Board.

B. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 56-484.13, Code of Virginia, the E-911 Services Board shall consist of 16 members as follows: the Director, Virginia Department of Emergency Management, who shall serve as chairman of the board; the Comptroller, who shall serve as the treasurer of the board; the Chief Information Officer, and the following 13 members to be appointed by the Governor: one member representing the Virginia Department of Emergency Management; one member representing the Virginia State Police; one member representing a local exchange carrier providing E-911 service in Virginia; two members representing wireless service providers authorized to do business in Virginia, three county; city or town Public Safety Answering Points directors or managers representing diverse regions of Virginia; one Virginia sheriff; one chief of police; one fire chief; one emergency medical services manager; and one finance officer of a county, city, or town.

C. The operating expenses, administrative costs, and salaries of the employees of the Public Safety Communications Division shall be paid from the Wireless E-911 Fund created pursuant to § 56-484.17.