2022 Session

Budget Bill - SB30 (Introduced)

View Item amendments

Division of Legislative Services

Item 6

Item 6

First Year - FY2023Second Year - FY2024
Legislative Research and Analysis (78400)$8,258,978$8,258,978
Bill Drafting and Preparation (78401)FY2023 $8,258,978FY2024 $8,258,978
Fund Sources:  
GeneralFY2023 $8,238,946FY2024 $8,238,946
SpecialFY2023 $20,032FY2024 $20,032

Authority: Title 30, Chapter 2.2, Code of Virginia.

A. Out of this appropriation shall be paid the annual salary of the Director, Division of Legislative Services, $175,000 from July 1, 2022 to June 9, 2023 and $175,000 from June 10, 2023, to June 30, 2024.

B. Notwithstanding the salary set out in paragraph A. of this item, the Committee on Joint Rules may establish a salary range for the Director, Division of Legislative Services.

C. The Division of Legislative Services shall continue to provide administrative support to include payroll processing, accounting, and travel expense processing at no charge to the Chesapeake Bay Commission, the Joint Commission on Health Care, the Virginia Commission on Youth, and the Virginia State Crime Commission.

D. Out of this appropriation, $250,000 the first year from the general fund is provided to support the work of the Senate Joint Resolution 47 (2014) Joint Subcommittee to Study Mental Health Services in the Commonwealth in the 21st Century. The funding may be used to contract for expertise and assistance in its work to evaluate the community-based system of service delivery or other related topics as required by the work of the Joint Subcommittee. Any contractor hired shall evaluate the current system along with alternative delivery systems to provide the necessary information and assistance to the subcommittee in determining the most appropriate delivery system, or modifications to the current delivery system, that ensures access, quality, consistency, and accountability. Any remaining balance at year-end shall be carried forward to the subsequent fiscal year.

E. Out of this appropriation, $15,000 each year from the general fund is provided to support costs of the Commission on Civics Education.