2020 Session

Budget Bill - HB30 (Introduced)

Department of Fire Programs

Item 415

Item 415

First Year - FY2021Second Year - FY2022
Fire Training and Technical Support Services (74400)$10,290,674$10,290,674
Fire Services Management and Coordination (74401)FY2021 $4,159,086FY2022 $4,159,086
Virginia Fire Services Research (74402)FY2021 $302,274FY2022 $302,274
Fire Services Training and Professional Development (74403)FY2021 $4,114,054FY2022 $4,114,054
Technical Assistance and Consultation Services (74404)FY2021 $675,132FY2022 $675,132
Emergency Operational Response Services (74405)FY2021 $107,073FY2022 $107,073
Public Fire and Life Safety Educational Services (74406)FY2021 $933,055FY2022 $933,055
Fund Sources:  
SpecialFY2021 $10,290,674FY2022 $10,290,674

Authority: Title 9.1, Chapter 2 and § 38.2-401, Code of Virginia.

A. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 38.2-401, Code of Virginia, up to 25 percent of the revenue available from the Fire Programs Fund, after making the distributions set out in § 38.2-401 D, Code of Virginia, may be used by the Department of Fire Programs to pay for the administrative costs of all activities assigned to it by law.

B. Included in the amounts appropriated for this item is $123,100 the first year and $123,100 the second year from the Fire Programs Fund to implement a modular training program for volunteer firefighters in accordance with House Bill 729 of the 2018 Session of the General Assembly.