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2016 Session

Budget Bill - HB29 (Enrolled)

Central Appropriations

Item 471.10

Item 471.10 (Not set out)

First Year - FY2015Second Year - FY2016
Reversion Clearing Account - State Agency Savings (23500)-$55,825,664-$80,046,891
Reversion Clearing Account - State Agency Savings (23500)FY2015 -$55,825,664FY2016 -$80,046,891
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2015 -$55,825,664FY2016 -$80,046,891

Authority: Discretionary Inclusion.


A.1. To accomplish savings estimated at $54,825,664 the first year and $79,046,891 the second year, the Department of Planning and Budget is hereby authorized to transfer amounts to this Item from the general fund appropriation for operating expenses of the executive branch agencies listed in subparagraph A.2 below.


2. Savings strategies and appropriation reduction totals by agency:


 

FY 2015

FY 2016

Compensation Board (157)

 

 

Capture savings from agency reorganization

$0

$121,674

Capture savings from system redesign and conversion from mainframe to web-based

$0

$50,000

Compensation Board (157) Total

$0

$171,674

 

 

 

Department of General Services (194)

 

 

Capture operational efficiency savings

$0

$20,000

Capture savings from retirements

$0

$30,000

Eliminate vacant buyer procurement position

$65,000

$65,000

Fund vacant lab positions with new federal grant

$224,121

$224,121

Increase commercial lab certification fees

$0

$250,000

Reduce mail service frequency

$30,000

$50,000

Remove general fund support for Lottery testing

$0

$89,250

Replace manager position with entry level position

$33,107

$60,000

Shift lab nonpersonal service costs from general fund to nongeneral fund

$0

$311,383

Shift new lab position from general fund to nongeneral fund

$83,021

$83,021

Shift nonpersonal service costs to eVA

$301,200

$301,200

Department of General Services (194) Total

$736,449

$1,483,975

 

 

 

Department of Human Resource Management (129)

 

 

Eliminate vacant positions in the Office of Equal Employment Services

$127,735

$228,563

Shift fund source for the Commonwealth of Virginia Knowledge Center

$120,268

$120,268

Department of Human Resource Management (129) Total

$248,003

$348,831

 

 

 

Department of Elections (132)

 

 

Capture vacancy savings

$70,621

$0

Consolidate administrative duties and automation of services

$1,783

$147,293

Fund policy analyst position with federal funds

$21,962

$50,010

Reduce information technology costs for legacy servers

$20,748

$0

Department of Elections (132) Total

$115,114

$197,303

 

 

 

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (301)

 

 

Capture efficiency and turnover and vacancy savings in Charitable Gaming

$0

$150,000

Close the Warrenton office

$0

$51,382

Discontinue participation in the Payroll Service Bureau

$30,000

$30,000

Eliminate funding for laboratory accreditation

$0

$203,774

Eliminate part-time database support

$0

$42,000

Reduce state fair funding

$7,900

$7,900

Reduce Hong Kong Office operating costs

$77,000

$75,000

Reduce support for the Purchase of Development Rights program

$0

$250,000

Replace a portion of marketing general fund support with Wine Board funding

$28,000

$0

Restructure domestic marketing program

$0

$104,006

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (301) Total

$142,900

$914,062

 

 

 

Department of Forestry (411)

 

 

Defer emergency response equipment

$337,508

$500,000

Eliminate positions

$151,494

$362,695

Realize turnover and vacancy savings

$0

$145,489

Replace general fund dollars with nongeneral funds

$40,000

$75,000

Department of Forestry (411) Total

$529,002

$1,083,184

 

 

 

Department of Housing and Community Development (165)

 

 

Capture savings by reducing duplicative services

$330,453

$330,453

Reduce funding provided for Southwest Virginia Water and Wastewater Construction Grants

$750,000

$0

Reduce mobility counseling grant funding

$50,000

$49,058

Department of Housing and Community Development (165) Total

$1,130,453

$379,511

 

 

 

Department of Labor and Industry (181)

 

 

Achieve one-time savings from prepayments

$100,000

$0

Reduce funding for discretionary services

$20,899

$20,899

Department of Labor and Industry (181) Total

$120,899

$20,899

 

 

 

Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (409)

 

 

Delay funding of positions to realign the workforce

$50,000

$100,000

Fund a portion of personnel costs from nongeneral fund sources

$92,795

$232,014

Recognize savings for IT expenses

$36,000

$36,000

Recognize savings of retirements

$50,000

$50,000

Reduce funding for Wind Energy Research

$50,000

$0

Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (409) Total

$278,795

$418,014

 

 

 

Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity (350)

 

 

Capture efficiency and turnover and vacancy savings

$0

$256,655

Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity (350) Total

$0

$256,655

 

 

 

Fort Monroe Authority (360)

 

 

Defer elevator repair

$0

$40,000

Reduce contractor expenses

$69,180

$75,531

Reduce discretionary expenses and improve business practices to gain efficiencies

$124,780

$94,780

Reduce legal fees

$35,000

$25,000

Reduce personnel costs

$57,750

$80,044

Fort Monroe Authority (360) Total

$286,710

$315,355

 

 

 

Virginia Economic Development Partnership (310)

 

 

Reduce funding for domestic and international marketing initiatives

$929,509

$1,267,607

Virginia Economic Development Partnership (310) Total

$929,509

$1,267,607

 

 

 

Virginia Tourism Authority (320)

 

 

Postpone upgrades to Virginia.org website

$368,733

$2,983

Reduce funding for marketing activities

$0

$300,000

Reduce funding for research activities

$0

$205,000

Reduce funding for the City of Portsmouth for a regional tourism entity

$250,000

$500,000

Reduce funding for various sponsorships

$75,000

$75,000

Virginia Tourism Authority (320) Total

$693,733

$1,082,983

 

 

 

Virginia Community College System (260)

 

 

Reduce general fund support that was designated for Seat of Government rent

$0

$443,420

Virginia Community College System (260) Total

$0

$443,420

 

 

 

Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia (239)

 

 

Leave vacant full-time staff positions unfilled

$65,418

$86,752

Reduce part-time staff

$12,839

$22,896

Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia (239) Total

$78,257

$109,648

 

 

 

Gunston Hall (417)

 

 

Provide savings through energy efficiencies

$0

$1,500

Provide savings through energy efficiencies

$25,476

$25,476

Provide savings through landscape management efficiencies

$0

$4,000

Provide savings through security system efficiencies

$0

$4,000

Provide savings through waste management efficiencies

$840

$840

Gunston Hall (417) Total

$26,316

$35,816

 

 

 

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation (425)

 

 

Reduce administrative support services and maintenance

$56,530

$96,434

Reduce funding for K-12 Initiatives

$77,168

$91,605

Reduce statewide outreach service sevels

$59,099

$96,477

Reduce support for museum operations

$99,289

$177,711

Reduction spending to media advertising and sales initiatives

$15,000

$35,125

Utilize savings from turnover and vacancies

$60,277

$60,277

Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation (425) Total

$367,363

$557,629

 

 

 

The Library Of Virginia (202)

 

 

Reduce number of conservation projects

$32,546

$0

Reduce personnel spending

$261,753

$365,560

The Library Of Virginia (202) Total

$294,299

$365,560

 

 

 

The Science Museum of Virginia (146)

 

 

Abandon plan to purchase new exhibits/films

$6,106

$0

Personnel Savings

$93,818

$191,251

Reduce general maintenance expenses

$75,000

$75,000

Vacant positions savings

$59,494

$111,179

Wage personnel savings

$25,000

$1,516

The Science Museum of Virginia (146) Total

$259,418

$378,946

 

 

 

Virginia Commission for the Arts (148)

 

 

Cancel artist fellowships

$20,000

$20,000

Cancel statewide art conference

$40,000

$40,000

Delay membership dues payment until next year

$36,000

$0

Eliminate special recognition awards

$0

$5,000

Reduce grant allocations

$69,373

$168,741

Reduce spending in touring assistance

$20,000

$20,000

Reduce technical assistance grant allocation

$10,000

$20,000

Virginia Commission for the Arts (148) Total

$195,373

$273,741

 

 

 

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (238)

 

 

Postpone the Making America exhibition for FY 2016

$156,295

$296,012

Prioritize funds for gallery rotations, art and sculpture

$78,240

$74,474

Realize savings by holding vacant positions and reduce nonpersonal service expenditures

$172,818

$184,788

Realize savings by not replacing equipment and reducing nonpersonal services

$65,363

$36,300

Reorganize marketing department to realize savings

$15,440

$14,550

Stop efforts to expand art educational offerings

$16,000

$100,000

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (238) Total

$504,156

$706,124

 

 

 

Eastern Virginia Medical School (274)

 

 

Hold faculty and staff positions vacant

$821,129

$821,129

Implement administrative efficiencies for non-clinical program support

$35,977

$35,977

Implement administrative efficiencies in family practice support

$36,107

$36,107

Eastern Virginia Medical School (274) Total

$893,213

$893,213

 

 

 

New College Institute (938)

 

 

Reduction in Personal Services

$75,952

$75,952

New College Institute (938) Total

$75,952

$75,952

 

 

 

Institute for Advanced Learning and Research  (885)

 

 

Reduce expenses for existing maintenance/technology contracts

$35,000

$35,000

Reduce general fund operating budget for general maintenance projects

$130,000

$130,000

Reduce spending for reconfiguration of existing facilities for economic development and R&D activities

$140,000

$140,000

Reduce spending on professional development and travel

$1,179

$1,179

Institute for Advanced Learning and Research  (885) Total

$306,179

$306,179

 

 

 

Roanoke Higher Education Authority  (935)

 

 

Defer maintenance and repair of buildings and grounds

$3,000

$3,000

Eliminate member program development incentive

$10,000

$10,000

Eliminate subscription to FICAS system

$3,000

$3,000

Increase revenue by instituting parking fees

$4,100

$4,100

Recruit new educational member

$10,000

$10,000

Reduce employee education tuition reimbursement

$2,000

$2,000

Reduce spending on internet services

$16,000

$16,000

Reduce subscriptions to library databases

$3,000

$3,000

Reduce wage salary expenses

$5,001

$5,001

Roanoke Higher Education Authority  (935) Total

$56,101

$56,101

 

 

 

Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (937)

 

 

Reduce general fund operating costs

$67,395

$67,395

Reduce general fund personnel costs

$50,000

$50,000

Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (937) Total

$117,395

$117,395

 

 

 

Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center (948)

 

 

Discontinue opening the center on Saturday except for scheduled classes and large events.

$10,215

$13,620

Elimination of paid student internships

$28,404

$10,000

Elimination of two positions

$44,997

$59,996

Reduction of hours for 4 wage employees

$17,000

$17,000

Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center (948) Total

$100,616

$100,616

 

 

 

Southeastern Universities Research Association Doing Business for Jefferson Science Associates, LLC (936)

 

 

Reduce research support in FY 2015

$57,500

$0

Reduce research support in FY 2016

$0

$57,500

Southeastern Universities Research Association Doing Business for Jefferson Science Associates, LLC (936) Total

$57,500

$57,500

 

 

 

Department of Education, Central Office Operations (201)

 

 

Eliminate Education Commission of the States Funds

$0

$91,800

Eliminate statewide digital content and online learning funds

$0

$500,000

Eliminate Virginia Center for Excellence in Teaching funds

$0

$220,191

Reduce performance evaluation training funds

$0

$69,250

Reduce training funds

$0

$204,584

Remove discretionary funds

$0

$100,000

Department of Education, Central Office Operations (201) Total

$0

$1,185,825

 

 

 

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (245)

 

 

Reduce funding for the Virginia Women's Leadership (VWIL) program at Mary Baldwin College

$15,395

$0

Reduce funding for the Virtual Library of Virginia (VIVA)

$370,158

$370,158

Utilize savings from turnover and vacancies

$128,644

$298,851

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (245) Total

$514,197

$669,009

 

 

 

Department of Accounts (151)

 

 

Capture vacancy savings

$0

$428,528

Change schedule of Full Costing Indirect Cost Plan from annual to biennial

$0

$22,500

Eliminate expansion of Accounts Receivable collection oversight

$0

$153,200

Recognize savings from unit consolidation

$0

$119,624

Department of Accounts (151) Total

$0

$723,852

 

 

 

Department of Planning and Budget (122)

 

 

Eliminate funding for the school efficiency review program

$0

$200,000

Eliminate vacant position

$0

$66,600

Reduce general fund support for the Council on Virginia's Future

$0

$38,360

Department of Planning and Budget (122) Total

$0

$304,960

 

 

 

Department of Taxation (161)

 

 

Cease sending paper schedules to localities

$0

$20,426

Change agency remote access solution

$50,000

$150,000

Consolidate administrative staff

$32,415

$32,415

Convert contractors to full-time positions and reduce professional services support

$437,972

$350,000

Eliminate funding for the purchase of customer service software

$252,000

$60,000

Eliminate Live Chat

$139,884

$139,884

Reduce disaster recovery coverage

$56,000

$200,000

Reduce funding for outside legal counsel

$300,000

$0

Reduce server costs

$410,000

$475,000

Reduce technology costs

$220,500

$297,500

Reduce training costs

$139,570

$0

Reorganize agency staff

$171,072

$422,142

Reorganize the Special Tax Unit

$60,128

$74,460

Department of Taxation (161) Total

$2,269,541

$2,221,827

 

 

 

Department of the Treasury (152)

 

 

Reallocate technology costs based on agency usage

$0

$50,000

Recognize savings from software upgrade efficiencies

$0

$17,000

Reduce agency discretionary spending

$0

$12,000

Reduce appropriation for banking services

$139,755

$418,888

Department of the Treasury (152) Total

$139,755

$497,888

 

 

 

Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families (200)

 

 

Reduce funds for data analytics and program evaluation

$82,853

$116,019

Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth and Families (200) Total

$82,853

$116,019

 

 

 

Department for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing (751)

 

 

Capture savings from one-time administrative actions

$15,000

$0

Reduce interpreter services

$14,373

$0

Department for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing (751) Total

$29,373

$0

 

 

 

Department of Health (601)

 

 

Accelerate the transition of school health services from state support to local responsibility

$101,850

$423,344

Capture savings associated with abolishing vacant positions

$145,916

$145,916

Change criteria for transporting cases to Chief Medical Examiners Office

$0

$100,000

Consolidate health districts

$0

$565,445

Eliminate deputy director in the Office of Family Health Services

$0

$200,933

Eliminate East Central Field Office

$0

$155,113

Eliminate funding for contract administrative position in disease prevention

$0

$93,600

Eliminate general fund match for federal abstinence grant

$191,344

$382,688

Eliminate radon grant match

$0

$53,614

Eliminate wage human resource support position in the Office of Epidemiology

$0

$23,349

Fund a pathologist position with revenue

$0

$200,000

Implement operational modifications in the Office of Drinking Water

$0

$89,736

Reduce general fund appropriation for locally operated health departments

$0

$886,919

Reduce general fund support in the STD prevention programs

$0

$38,316

Reduce general fund support of the Tuberculosis (TB) Program

$0

$98,140

Reduce staff in the Office of Information Management

$0

$95,000

Reduce use of wage autopsy technicians and wage pathologists

$0

$88,092

Reduce vaccine inventory

$0

$422,548

Replace general fund support for the Resource Mothers Program

$0

$614,914

Replace general fund support of a plan management position with existing nongeneral fund revenues

$0

$96,150

Use federal funds to provide vaccinations

$280,110

$280,110

Use nongeneral fund revenue to support Office of Radiological Health operating costs

$361,366

$361,366

Department of Health (601) Total

$1,080,586

$5,415,293

 

 

 

Department of Medical Assistance Services (602)

 

 

Capture savings from eHHR program

$53,771

$107,542

Convert in-house fiscal agent contractors to agency staff

$30,198

$60,395

Eliminate funding for additional community mental health audits

$375,000

$375,000

Eliminate funding for the Virginia Center for Health Innovation

$100,000

$0

Reduce contractor costs

$1,866,042

$2,342,298

Require electronic notification of most Medicaid communications

$50,000

$500,000

Department of Medical Assistance Services (602) Total

$2,475,011

$3,385,235

 

 

 

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (720)

 

 

Capture SIS assessment contract and personnel savings

$14,386

$702,237

Capture turnover and vacancy savings

$350,423

$0

Charge facilities for Avatar/NetSmart and Ability Contracts

$202,000

$202,000

Consolidate agency planning functions and eliminate two positions

$141,222

$243,486

Eliminate one clerical position in Finance Division

$33,930

$58,500

Eliminate one position in Human Resources Department

$86,323

$148,833

Eliminate one position in Office Administrative Services

$40,914

$70,541

Eliminate vacant deputy director of legislative services position

$62,000

$62,000

Eliminate vacant project manager position in architecture and engineering office

$0

$112,500

Increase fees for background checks

$92,056

$138,024

Institute fees for use of knowledge center

$58,500

$0

Limit Training for Direct Support Professional career pathway program facilities to mental health facilities

$250,000

$250,000

Reduce appropriation to reflect administrative efficiencies

$147,058

$170,500

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (720) Total

$1,478,812

$2,158,621

 

 

 

Mental Health Treatment Centers (792)

 

 

Capture reductions in Dental Department staff at Hiram Davis Medical Center

$40,635

$40,635

Capture savings from general administrative reductions at Southwestern Virginia Mental Health Institute

$43,500

$7,000

Capture Southern Virginia Mental Health Institute turnover and vacancy savings

$130,000

$0

Change current staffing patterns at Eastern State Hospital to better align with current services

$325,000

$515,000

Consolidate and regionalize financial and accounting systems and purchasing functions

$25,000

$100,000

Eliminate a general administrative Supervisor at Central State Hospital

$0

$71,804

Eliminate one housekeeping position at Central State Hospital

$0

$27,440

Eliminate one housekeeping supervisor position at Central State Hospital

$0

$46,754

Eliminate positions in administration facility management at Western State Hospital

$245,000

$500,000

Eliminate senior administrative position at Central State Hospital

$75,000

$119,000

Eliminate temporary office trailer at Piedmont Geriatric Facility

$0

$5,250

Recover funds from delay in opening beds at Southwestern Virginia Mental Health Institute

$364,363

$0

Reduce after hours Primary Care Physician coverage at Northern Virginia Mental Health Institute

$0

$128,700

Reduce appropriation to reflect general administrative efficiencies at Catawba Hospital

$166,922

$316,216

Reduce food service staff at Central State Hospital

$80,000

$275,000

Restructure Rehabilitative Department at Hiram Davis Medical Center

$66,931

$66,931

Streamline and retrofit food service production and delivery

$50,000

$200,000

Mental Health Treatment Centers (792) Total

$1,612,351

$2,419,730

 

 

 

Intellectual Disabilities Training Centers (793)

 

 

Reduction in office equipment rentals

$0

$1,796

Intellectual Disabilities Training Centers (793) Total

$0

$1,796

 

 

 

Virginia Center for Behavioral Rehabilitation (794)

 

 

Achieve operational reductions

$360,570

$543,044

Eliminate accreditation fee

$10,840

$10,840

Reduce apparel for staff by 15 percent

$0

$4,950

Reduce office supply expenses

$0

$1,941

Reduce personal care supplies for residents

$2,262

$2,262

Reduce physical therapy costs

$20,000

$20,000

Reduce residential clothing

$8,000

$8,000

Virginia Center for Behavioral Rehabilitation (794) Total

$401,672

$591,037

 

 

 

Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (262)

 

 

Reduce administrative expenses

$177,016

$250,417

Reduce funding for brain injury programs

$426,997

$0

Reduce funding for Centers for Independent Living

$230,250

$0

Reduce funding for employment services support

$302,666

$0

Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (262) Total

$1,136,929

$250,417

 

 

 

Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center (203)

 

 

Capture turnover and vacancy savings from direct services staff

$140,675

$196,946

Capture turnover and vacancy savings from support services staff

$106,223

$148,908

Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center (203) Total

$246,898

$345,854

 

 

 

Department of Social Services (765)

 

 

Capture anticipated balance in the Unemployed Parent (UP) program

$1,133,219

$1,133,219

Convert contractors to classified state positions

$125,000

$262,400

Cut administrative services

$383,166

$385,067

Eliminate new information technology system development contract

$850,000

$0

Increase fee for national background checks

$0

$82,000

Increase the fee for child protective services (CPS) registry checks

$0

$225,000

Use nongeneral funds to support Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) grants

$0

$185,725

Use nongeneral funds to support Healthy Families of Virginia

$951,896

$951,896

Utilize one-time child care nongeneral fund balance

$2,700,000

$0

Department of Social Services (765) Total

$6,143,281

$3,225,307

 

 

 

Department of Conservation and Recreation (199)

 

 

Consolidate and reconfigure office space

$0

$100,000

Eliminate one position

$0

$91,987

Eliminate rental space in Charlottesville

$4,300

$8,600

Fund administration cost using federal Planning and Resource funds

$104,000

$0

Increase state park fees

$0

$870,144

Reduce administration support

$64,442

$92,200

Reduce amount payable to the Office of the Attorney General

$25,000

$25,000

Replace funding with federal funds related to the elimination of a contract

$15,000

$35,000

Shut down file servers and move data

$50,000

$102,000

Support general fund wage staff using the Dam Safety Administration Fund

$0

$70,000

Department of Conservation and Recreation (199) Total

$262,742

$1,394,931

 

 

 

Department of Historic Resources (423)

 

 

Eliminate vacant positions

$82,651

$167,588

Reduce funding for wage/contract personnel

$70,012

$70,012

Department of Historic Resources (423) Total

$152,663

$237,600

 

 

 

Marine Resources Commission (402)

 

 

Use nongeneral funds to support Artificial Reef Program

$75,000

$75,000

Use nongeneral funds to support Law Enforcement Program

$592,654

$0

Marine Resources Commission (402) Total

$667,654

$75,000

 

 

 

Virginia Museum of Natural History (942)

 

 

Capture personnel savings

$30,500

$0

Eliminate positions

$0

$76,006

Reduce discretionary spending

$60,000

$66,289

Reduce personnel costs

$26,000

$26,000

Replace general fund with nongeneral funds

$28,128

$35,000

Virginia Museum of Natural History (942) Total

$144,628

$203,295

 

 

 

Commonwealth's Attorneys' Services Council (957)

 

 

Reduce legal training programs

$41,448

$58,071

Commonwealth's Attorneys' Services Council (957) Total

$41,448

$58,071

 

 

 

Department of Corrections (799)

 

 

Capture savings from department reorganization

$481,893

$790,247

Capture vacancy savings from non-security positions

$0

$687,496

Close Cold Springs Work Center

$539,856

$3,206,607

Close Powhatan Correctional Center (Main)

$1,278,397

$14,651,165

Close White Post Diversion Center

$161,873

$2,280,179

Delay filling 29 positions

$1,365,733

$0

Delay opening of Culpeper Correctional Center

$2,098,477

$11,211,580

Eliminate equipment funding

$4,100,000

$0

Increase turnover/vacancy savings

$3,272,601

$0

Realize administrative savings

$500,000

$2,000,000

Department of Corrections (799) Total

$13,798,830

$34,827,274

 

 

 

Department of Criminal Justice Services (140)

 

 

Reduce administrative costs

$0

$271,390

Reduce agency administrative overhead

$0

$63,723

Department of Criminal Justice Services (140) Total

$0

$335,113

 

 

 

Department of Emergency Management (127)

 

 

Capture turnover and vacancy savings

$0

$100,000

Identify and implement efficiencies

$0

$37,686

Reduce funding for conferences and related travel expenses

$3,000

$5,000

Reduce transformation support

$0

$250,000

Department of Emergency Management (127) Total

$3,000

$392,686

 

 

 

Department of Fire Programs (960)

 

 

Replace general fund with fees collected from explosive permits

$18,424

$20,000

Replace general fund with fees from inspection of buildings

$50,000

$65,000

Replace general fund with fees generated from life safety inspections

$50,000

$80,907

Department of Fire Programs (960) Total

$118,424

$165,907

 

 

 

Department of Forensic Science (778)

 

 

Capture savings from  anticipated personnel attrition

$28,000

$37,000

Capture savings from  anticipated personnel attrition

$26,000

$6,100

Delay filling a vacant scientist position until FY 2016

$61,000

$0

Delay filling a vacant scientist position until FY 2016

$61,000

$0

Delay filling positions to produce turnover/vacancy savings

$100,000

$0

Delay hiring support staff

$131,000

$184,500

Discontinue analysis of marijuana plant material in simple possession cases when not mandated by court order

$25,000

$32,600

Eliminate general fund support for discretionary personnel training

$30,000

$30,000

Eliminate special project coordinator wage position

$60,000

$73,000

Eliminate wage administrative support position in the Central Toxicology section

$20,370

$22,633

Fill a vacant scientist positions in FY 2016

$256,000

$20,667

Reduce administrative support at laboratories in FY 2016

$0

$211,380

Reduce digital and multimedia evidence services provided

$68,292

$8,052

Reduce external photography services

$2,891

$113,791

Reduce frequency of scientific instrumentation replacement

$110,000

$110,000

Reduce information technology support

$5,600

$87,600

Reduce trace evidence services provided

$167,917

$49,128

Department of Forensic Science (778) Total

$1,153,070

$986,451

 

 

 

Department of Juvenile Justice (777)

 

 

Adjust funding to meet program capacity

$0

$250,385

Adjust payment schedule for insurance premiums

$2,041,368

$0

Decrease rent costs

$0

$103,022

Eliminate agency leadership summit

$48,000

$48,000

Reduce and consolidate central office positions for effective delivery of services

$0

$2,444,425

Reduce drug testing costs

$0

$40,000

Reduce employee recognition

$10,000

$65,860

Reduce employee tuition reimbursement benefits

$24,053

$40,000

Reduce scope of existing employee physicals contract

$0

$50,000

Reduce travel costs

$0

$397,983

Revert Workforce Transition Act funding from the repurposing of Culpeper Juvenile Correctional Center

$3,100,000

$0

Department of Juvenile Justice (777) Total

$5,223,421

$3,439,675

 

 

 

Department of Military Affairs (123)

 

 

Capture discretionary funding

$7,500

$0

Reduce facility maintenance and repair support

$0

$96,694

Department of Military Affairs (123) Total

$7,500

$96,694

 

 

 

Department of State Police (156)

 

 

Capture general fund savings from operational efficiencies

$1,225,328

$0

Fill 27 out of 68 vacant trooper positions in FY 2015, hold 11 trooper positions vacant in FY 2016

$2,669,354

$0

Department of State Police (156) Total

$3,894,682

$0

 

 

 

Virginia Parole Board (766)

 

 

Reduce discretionary spending

$41,548

$58,185

Virginia Parole Board (766) Total

$41,548

$58,185

 

 

 

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority  (934)

 

 

Eliminate printed version of annual report

$12,000

$12,000

Fund modeling and simulation program with prior year balances

$500,000

$0

Reduce funding for additive manufacturing industry development initiative

$0

$118,939

Reduce funding for cyber security conference

$87,500

$87,500

Reduce funding for outside consultants

$30,000

$76,279

Reduce funding for Threat Data Sharing Initiative

$175,052

$175,052

Reduce outside advocacy services

$26,000

$26,000

Shift administrative staff to billable projects

$80,509

$80,509

Supplant Growth Accelerator Program appropriation with prior year balances

$2,000,000

$0

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority  (934) Total

$2,911,061

$576,279

 

 

 

Virginia Information Technologies Agency (136)

 

 

Eliminate spending on contractor

$109,167

$135,769

Reduce spending on training and travel

$0

$17,126

Virginia Information Technologies Agency (136) Total

$109,167

$152,895

 

 

 

Department of Veterans Services (912)

 

 

Remove funding for VITA network connectivity

$140,862

$116,272

Department of Veterans Services (912) Total

$140,862

$116,272

 

$54,825,664

$79,046,891


B. Notwithstanding the amounts appropriated in any item in Part 1, appropriation reductions required on the part of agencies to implement the savings enumerated in this Item are hereby authorized provided that such actions do not conflict with the provisions of § 4-1.02 of this act.


C. Any nongeneral fund appropriation change or changes in the appropriation of agency authorized positions required to implement the savings enumerated in this Item are hereby authorized.


D.1. On or before June 30, 2015, the Director, Department of Planning and Budget shall authorize the reversion to the general fund of amounts estimated at $9,364,019 from the agencies listed in subparagraph D.2.


2. Agency general fund reversions:


 

FY 2015

 

Compensation Board (157)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$119,464

 

 

 

 

Department of General Services (194)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$321,425

 

 

 

 

Department of Elections (132)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$31,714

 

 

 

 

Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (301)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$200,000

 

 

 

 

Department of Forestry (411)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$39,998

 

 

 

 

Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (409)

 

 

Recognize 2014 Pledged Balances

$90,000

 

 

 

 

Department of Small Business and Supplier Diversity (350)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$182,693

 

 

 

 

Department of Education, Central Office Operations (201)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$1,295,454

 

 

 

 

State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (245)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$83,782

 

 

 

 

Department of Accounts (151)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$593,329

 

 

 

 

Department of Planning and Budget (122)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balance

$359,111

 

 

 

 

Department of Taxation (161)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$506,626

 

 

 

 

Department of the Treasury (152)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$250,000

 

 

 

 

Department for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing (751)

 

 

Recognize 2014 Pledged Balances

$17,000

 

 

 

 

Department of Health (601)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$1,043,051

 

 

 

 

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (720)

 

 

Recognize 2014 Pledged Balances

$207,588

 

 

 

 

Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (262)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$25,000

 

 

 

 

Department of Social Services (765)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$2,250,000

 

 

 

 

Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (702)

 

 

Recognize 2014 Pledged Balances

$75,000

 

 

 

 

Department of Historic Resources (423)

 

 

Recognize FY2014 pledged balances

$16,536

 

 

 

 

Marine Resources Commission (402)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$64,700

 

 

 

 

Department of Corrections (799)

 

 

Revert general fund balance in capital project 16110, Pocahontas Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade

$165,624

 

Revert general fund balance in capital project 17966, Medical Facilities Evaluation

$4,168

 

 

 

 

Department of Criminal Justice Services (140)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$396,531

 

 

 

 

Department of Emergency Management (127)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$282,982

 

 

 

 

Department of Forensic Science (778)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$13,965

 

 

 

 

Department of Military Affairs (123)

 

 

Use portion of yearend balance from Tuition Assistance funding

$371,349

 

 

 

 

Department of Veterans Services (912)

 

 

Recognize 2014 pledged balances

$356,929

 

 

$9,364,019

 


 E.  On or before June 30, 2015, the Director of the Department of Planning and Budget shall revert $300,000 to the general fund from the Department of General Services, Agency 194, Program 799, Fund 0100, representing unobligated balances from prior year appropriation.


F. On or before June 30, 2015, the Director of the Department of Planning and Budget shall revert $210,745 to the general fund from the Office of the Attorney General, Agency 141, Program 552 and 704, Fund 0100, representing unobligated balances from prior year appropriation.


G. The Director, Department of Planning and Budget, shall withhold and transfer to this item, an amount estimated at $1,000,000 the first year and $1,000,000 the second year from the general fund appropriations of state agencies representing savings from reduced expenditures on motor vehicle fuels. The Secretary of Finance shall establish the procedures to be used in determining the amounts to be reverted from impacted agencies.