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2019 Session

Budget Bill - HB1700 (Reenrolled)

Lines of Credit

Item 3-2.03

Item 3-2.03

§ 3-2.03 LINES OF CREDIT


a. The State Comptroller shall provide lines of credit to the following agencies, not to exceed the amounts shown:


Administration of Health Insurance, Health Benefits Services

$75,000,000

Administration of Health Insurance, Line of Duty Act

$10,000,000

Department of Accounts, for the Payroll Service Bureau

$400,000

Department of Accounts, Transfer Payments

$5,250,000

Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority

$60,000,000

Department of Corrections, for Virginia Correctional Enterprises

$1,000,000

Department of Corrections, for Educational Grant Processing

300,000

Department of Emergency Management

$150,000

Department of Environmental Quality

$5,000,000

Department of Human Resource Management, for the Workers' Compensation Self Insurance Trust Fund

$10,000,000

Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services

$30,000,000

Department of Medical Assistance Services, for the Virginia Health Care Fund

$12,000,000

Department of Motor Vehicles

$5,000,000

Department of the Treasury, for the Unclaimed Property Trust Fund

$5,000,000

Department of the Treasury, for the State Insurance Reserve Trust Fund

$25,000,000

Virginia Lottery

$40,000,000

Virginia Information Technologies Agency

$165,000,000

Virginia Tobacco Settlement Foundation

$3,000,000

Department of Historic Resources

$600,000

Department of Fire Programs

$30,000,000

Compensation Board

$8,000,000

Department of Conservation and Recreation

$4,000,000

Department of Military Affairs, for State Active Duty

$5,000,000

Department of Military Affairs, for Federal Cooperative Agreements

$21,000,000

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Authority

$2,500,000

Department of Motor Vehicles

$10,500,000

Virginia Parole Board

$50,000


b. The State Comptroller shall execute an agreement with each agency documenting the procedures for the line of credit, including, but not limited to, applicable interest and the method for the drawdown of funds. The provisions of § 4-3.02 b of this act shall not apply to these lines of credit.


c. The State Comptroller, in conjunction with the Departments of General Services and Planning and Budget, shall establish guidelines for agencies and institutions to utilize a line of credit to support fixed and one-time costs associated with implementation of office space consolidation, relocation and/or office space co-location strategies, where such line of credit shall be repaid by the agency or institution based on the cost savings and efficiencies realized by the agency or institution resulting from the consolidation and/or relocation. In such cases the terms of office space consolidation or co-location strategies shall be approved by the Secretary of Administration, in consultation with the Secretary of Finance, as demonstrating cost benefit to the Commonwealth. In no case shall the advances to an agency or institution exceed $1,000,000 nor the repayment begin more than one year following the implementation or extend beyond a repayment period of seven years.


d. The State Comptroller is hereby authorized to provide lines of credit of up to $2,500,000 to the Department of Motor Vehicles and up to $2,500,000 to the Department of State Police to be repaid from revenues provided under the federal government's establishment of Uniform Carrier Registration.


e. The Virginia Lottery is hereby authorized to use its line of credit to meet cash flow needs for operations at any time during the year and to provide cash to the Virginia Lottery Fund to meet the required transfer of estimated lottery profits to the Lottery Proceeds Fund in the month of June, as specified in provisions of § 3-1.01G. of this act. The Virginia Lottery shall repay the line of credit as actual cash flows become available. The Secretary of Finance is authorized to increase the line of credit to the Virginia Lottery if necessary to meet operating needs.


f. The State Comptroller is hereby authorized to provide a line of credit of up to $5,000,000 to the Department of Military Affairs to cover the actual costs of responding to State Active Duty. The line of credit will be repaid as the Department of Military Affairs is reimbursed from federal or other funds, other than Department of Military Affairs funds.


g. The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority is hereby authorized to use its line of credit to meet cash flow needs at any time during the year in support of operational costs in anticipation of reimbursement of said expenditures from signed contracts and grant awards. The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority shall repay the line of credit by June 30 of each fiscal year.


h. The Department of Human Resource Management shall repay the local health insurance option program's initial start-up costs, funded through the line of credit authorized in Chapter 836, 2017 Acts of Assembly, in fiscal years 2017 and 2018, over a period not to exceed ten years from the health insurance premiums paid by the local health insurance option program's participants.