SB-138, Senate Concurred, September 24, 2019

SB-138, As Passed House, September 24, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBSTITUTE FOR

 

SENATE BILL NO. 138

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     A bill to make appropriations for the legislature, the

 

executive, the department of the attorney general, the department

 

of state, the department of treasury, the department of technology,

 

management, and budget, the department of civil rights, the

 

department of labor and economic opportunity, and certain other

 

state purposes for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020; to

 

supplement appropriations for certain state departments and certain

 

other state purposes for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019;

 

to provide for the expenditure of the appropriations; to provide

 

for the disposition of fees and other income received by the state

 

agencies; to repeal acts and parts of acts; and to declare the

 

effect of this act.

 

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN ENACT:

 


PART 1

 

LINE-ITEM APPROPRIATIONS

 

     Sec. 101. There is appropriated for the legislature, the

 

executive, the department of the attorney general, the department

 

of state, the department of treasury, the department of technology,

 

management, and budget, the department of civil rights, the

 

department of labor and economic opportunity, and certain state

 

purposes related thereto for the fiscal year ending September 30,

 

2020, from the following funds:

 

TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 

APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions........ 50.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions....... 8,757.7

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $  5,257,231,900

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................     1,024,884,300

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $  4,232,347,600

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................       808,347,300

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................        16,037,000

 

Total private revenues................................         6,255,700

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................     2,353,503,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $  1,048,204,400

 

 

 

   Sec. 102.  DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

 


   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 536.4

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    105,982,800

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................        34,373,000

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $     71,609,800

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................         9,713,700

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................        20,159,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     41,736,300

 

   (2) ATTORNEY GENERAL OPERATIONS

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 536.4

 

Attorney general...................................... $        112,500

 

Unclassified positions--5.0 FTE positions.............           824,100

 

Complex litigation....................................            25,500

 

Criminal division--33.0 FTE positions.................         6,367,000

 

Departmentwide--22.0 FTE positions....................         4,222,700

 

Criminal appellate division--17.0 FTE positions.......         3,159,200

 

PACC operations.......................................             1,900

 

Health care fraud division--27.0 FTE positions........         5,150,600

 

Children and youth services division--2.0 FTE


   positions............................................           254,300

 

Child support division................................            88,100

 

Child elder family financial crimes division..........            19,100

 

Corporate oversight division--20.0 FTE positions.....         3,893,000

 

Licensing and regulation division--21.0 FTE positions         4,059,300

 

Consumer protection division--13.0 FTE positions.....         2,407,500

 

Finance division--9.0 FTE positions...................         1,787,500

 

State operations division--29.0 FTE positions.........         5,522,000

 

Health education and family services division--53.0

 

   FTE positions........................................        10,078,100

 

Environment, natural resources, and agriculture

 

   division--20.0 FTE positions.........................         3,851,000

 

Transportation division--10.0 FTE positions...........         2,000,000

 

Public administration.................................             3,300

 

Special litigation division--5.0 FTE positions........           911,400

 

Labor division--32.0 FTE positions....................         6,156,400

 

Revenue and tax division--33.0 FTE positions..........         6,308,700

 

Alcohol and gambling enforcement division--14.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................         2,643,600

 

Public service commission--11.0 FTE positions.........         2,029,600

 

Civil litigation, employment, and elections division--

 

   23.0 FTE positions...................................         4,439,800

 

Civil rights division--4.0 FTE positions..............           779,300

 

SCFRA and collections division........................            37,200

 

Executive--10.0 FTE positions.........................         1,840,600

 

Opinions review board--1.0 FTE position...............           222,700

 

Solicitor general--7.0 FTE positions..................         1,292,200


Human resources--5.0 FTE positions....................           939,900

 

Fiscal management--6.0 FTE positions..................         1,080,600

 

Office of legislative affairs--3.0 FTE positions.....           481,700

 

Office of constituent relations--2.0 FTE positions...           425,200

 

Office of communications--2.0 FTE positions...........           379,500

 

Department of attorney general--14.0 FTE positions...         2,636,300

 

Attorney general staff--17.0 FTE positions............         3,204,300

 

Human trafficking initiative--2.0 FTE positions.......           390,200

 

Flint water investigation--14.0 FTE positions.........         2,600,000

 

Drug unit and opioid enforcement--4.0 FTE positions..           700,000

 

Consumer protection initiative--4.0 FTE positions....           732,300

 

Elder abuse task force--1.0 FTE position..............           230,000

 

Auto insurance fraud unit--0.2 FTE position...........            30,000

 

Conviction integrity unit--1.0 FTE position...........           100,000

 

Hate crimes unit--0.2 FTE position....................            30,000

 

Child support enforcement personnel--25.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................         3,313,400

 

Child support enforcement program.....................           309,200

 

Ok2Say personnel--2.0 FTE positions...................           350,100

 

Ok2Say program........................................         1,122,200

 

Prosecuting attorneys coordinating council personnel--

 

   12.0 FTE positions...................................         1,825,500

 

Prosecuting attorneys coordinating council program...           386,900

 

Public safety initiative personnel--1.0 FTE position.           110,200

 

Public safety initiative program......................          796,000

 

Sexual assault law enforcement personnel--5.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................         1,393,200


Sexual assault law enforcement program................           329,700

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    104,384,600

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from MDOC.........................................           686,100

 

IDG from MDE..........................................           765,500

 

IDG from MDEGLE.......................................         2,077,200

 

IDG from MDHHS, health policy.........................           303,600

 

IDG from MDHHS, human services........................         6,345,400

 

IDG from MDHHS, medical services administration.......           713,200

 

IDG from MDHHS, WIC...................................           342,900

 

IDG from MDIFS, financial and insurance services.....         1,191,300

 

IDG from MDLARA, bureau of marijuana regulatory agency         1,442,600

 

IDG from MDLARA, fireworks safety fund................            86,000

 

IDG from MDLARA, health professions...................         3,155,600

 

IDG from MDLARA, licensing and regulation fees........           749,600

 

IDG from MDLARA, Michigan occupational safety and

 

   health administration................................           200,000

 

IDG from MDLARA, remonumentation fees.................           109,900

 

IDG from MDLARA, securities fees......................           713,100

 

IDG from MDLARA, unlicensed builders..................         1,101,400

 

IDG from MDMVA........................................           170,000

 

IDG from MDOS, children's protection registry.........            45,000

 

IDG from MDOT, comprehensive transportation fund.....           106,400

 

IDG from MDOT, state aeronautics fund.................           185,100

 

IDG from MDOT, state trunkline fund...................         2,076,800

 

IDG from MDSP.........................................           269,100


IDG from MDLEO, workforce development agency..........            92,900

 

IDG from MDTMB........................................         1,266,700

 

IDG from MDTMB, civil service commission..............           316,200

 

IDG from MDTMB, risk management revolving fund........         1,320,700

 

IDG from Michigan state housing development authority         1,195,000

 

IDG from treasury.....................................         7,161,500

 

IDG from MDLEO, Michigan strategic fund...............           184,200

 

   Federal revenues:

 

DAG, state administrative match grant/food stamps....           137,000

 

Federal funds.........................................         3,244,000

 

HHS, medical assistance, medigrant....................           396,200

 

HHS-OS, state Medicaid fraud control units............         5,815,300

 

National criminal history improvement program.........           121,200

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Antitrust enforcement collections.....................           790,000

 

Attorney general's operations fund....................           766,200

 

Auto repair facilities fees...........................           340,300

 

Franchise fees........................................           395,900

 

Game and fish protection fund.........................           640,700

 

Human trafficking commission fund.....................           170,000

 

Lawsuit settlement proceeds fund......................         2,600,000

 

Liquor purchase revolving fund........................         1,523,400

 

Michigan merit award trust fund.......................           515,600

 

Michigan employment security act - administrative fund         2,332,500

 

Michigan state waterways fund.........................           143,600

 

Mobile home code fund.................................           258,200

 

Prisoner reimbursement................................           542,000


Prosecuting attorneys training fees...................           414,300

 

Public utility assessments............................         2,054,000

 

Reinstatement fees....................................           267,300

 

Retirement funds......................................         1,087,700

 

Second injury fund....................................           621,600

 

Self-insurers security fund...........................           383,200

 

Silicosis and dust disease fund.......................           109,700

 

State building authority revenue......................           126,500

 

State casino gaming fund..............................         1,847,000

 

State lottery fund....................................           361,800

 

Student safety fund...................................           472,300

 

Utility consumer representation fund..................         1,014,000

 

Worker's compensation administrative revolving fund..           382,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     40,138,100

 

   (3) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Information technology services and projects.......... $       1,598,200

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,598,200

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      1,598,200

 

 

 

   Sec. 103.  DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL RIGHTS

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 116.0

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     16,388,300

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 


   transfers............................................           298,500

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $     16,089,800

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................         2,816,900

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................            18,700

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................            58,500

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     13,195,700

 

   (2) CIVIL RIGHTS OPERATIONS

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 116.0

 

Unclassified positions--6.0 FTE positions............. $        721,800

 

Complaint investigation and enforcement--40.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................         4,850,500

 

Division on deaf, deafblind, and hard of hearing--6.0

 

   FTE positions........................................           722,100

 

Executive office--24.0 FTE positions..................         3,054,300

 

Law and policy--28.0 FTE positions....................         3,171,400

 

Museums support.......................................         1,500,000

 

Public affairs--12.0 FTE positions....................         1,631,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     15,651,900

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from DTMB.........................................           298,500

 

   Federal revenues:

 

EEOC, state and local antidiscrimination agency


   contracts............................................         1,227,200

 

HUD, grant............................................         1,574,700

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Private revenues......................................            18,700

 

State restricted indirect funds.......................            58,500

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     12,474,300

 

   (3) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Information technology services and projects.......... $         736,400

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        736,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

EEOC, state and local antidiscrimination agency

 

   contracts............................................            15,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        721,400

 

 

 

   Sec. 104.  EXECUTIVE OFFICE

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions........ 10.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 79.2

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      7,114,300

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $      7,114,300

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 


Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................                 0

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      7,114,300

 

   (2) EXECUTIVE OFFICE OPERATIONS

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions........ 10.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 79.2

 

Governor.............................................. $        159,300

 

Lieutenant governor...................................           111,600

 

Unclassified positions--8.0 FTE positions.............         1,360,200

 

Executive office--79.2 FTE positions..................         5,483,200

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      7,114,300

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      7,114,300

 

 

 

   Sec. 105.  LEGISLATURE

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    201,425,900

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................         6,068,400

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $    195,357,500

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................           400,000

 


Total other state restricted revenues.................         6,591,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    188,366,300

 

   (2) LEGISLATURE

 

Senate................................................ $     42,646,900

 

Senate automated data processing......................         2,731,600

 

Senate fiscal agency..................................         4,050,400

 

House of representatives..............................        62,900,200

 

House automated data processing.......................         2,731,600

 

House fiscal agency...................................         4,050,400

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    119,111,100

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    119,111,100

 

   (3) LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

 

Legislative corrections ombudsman..................... $      1,006,900

 

Legislative council...................................        14,253,500

 

Legislative IT systems design project.................           765,000

 

Legislative service bureau automated data processing.         1,775,500

 

Michigan veterans facility ombudsman..................           315,200

 

National association dues.............................           601,800

 

Worker's compensation.................................           151,400

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     18,869,300

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Private - gifts and bequests revenues.................           400,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     18,469,300

 

   (4) LEGISLATIVE RETIREMENT SYSTEM

 

General nonretirement expenses........................ $       5,346,200


GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      5,346,200

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Court fees............................................         1,225,300

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      4,120,900

 

   (5) PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

 

Binsfeld Office Building.............................. $      8,436,300

 

Cora Anderson Building................................        12,365,100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     20,801,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     20,801,400

 

   (6) STATE CAPITOL HISTORIC SITE

 

Bond/lease obligations................................ $            100

 

General operations....................................         4,710,400

 

Restoration, renewal, and maintenance.................         3,288,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      7,999,300

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Capitol historic site fund............................         3,288,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      4,710,500

 

   (7) INDEPENDENT CITIZENS REDISTRICTING COMMISSION

 

Independent citizens redistricting commission......... $       3,362,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      3,362,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      3,362,800

 

   (8) OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL

 

Unclassified positions................................ $        359,900


Field operations......................................        25,575,900

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     25,935,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG, emp ben div postemployment life insurance benefit            20,000

 

IDG from MDHHS, human services........................            32,500

 

IDG from MDLARA, liquor purchase revolving fund.......            79,700

 

IDG from MDLARA, self-insurers security fund..........            84,900

 

IDG from MDMVA, Michigan veterans facility authority.            52,000

 

IDG from MDOT, comprehensive transportation fund.....            41,400

 

IDG from MDOT, Michigan transportation fund...........           335,000

 

IDG from MDOT, state aeronautics fund.................            32,300

 

IDG from MDOT, state trunkline fund...................           778,200

 

IDG, legislative retirement system....................            31,000

 

IDG, single audit act.................................         2,800,000

 

IDG, commercial mobile radio system emergency

 

   telephone fund.......................................            39,000

 

IDG, contract audit administration fees...............            60,000

 

IDG, deferred compensation funds......................            96,200

 

IDG, Michigan finance authority.......................           312,500

 

IDG, Michigan economic development corporation........           120,000

 

IDG, Michigan education trust fund....................            64,100

 

IDG, Michigan justice training commission fund........            43,400

 

IDG, Michigan strategic fund..........................           195,000

 

IDG, office of retirement services....................           800,000

 

IDG, other restricted funding sources.................            51,200

 

   Special revenue funds:


21st century jobs trust fund..........................           102,200

 

Brownfield development fund...........................            29,900

 

Clean Michigan initiative implementation bond fund...            57,900

 

Game and fish protection fund.........................            33,300

 

MDTMB, civil service commission.......................           176,300

 

Michigan state housing development authority fees....           120,500

 

Michigan veterans' trust fund.........................             2,000

 

Michigan veterans' trust fund income and assessments.            23,000

 

Motor transport revolving fund........................             7,800

 

Office services revolving fund........................            10,700

 

State disbursement unit, office of child support.....            60,900

 

State services fee fund...............................         1,440,600

 

Waterways fund........................................            12,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     17,790,300

 

 

 

   Sec. 106.  DEPARTMENT OF STATE

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions....... 1,586.0

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    250,393,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................       20,000,000

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $    230,393,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................         1,460,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 


Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................            50,100

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................       215,431,700

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     13,451,200

 

   (2) DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 140.0

 

Secretary of state.................................... $        112,500

 

Unclassified positions--5.0 FTE positions.............           687,400

 

Executive direction--30.0 FTE positions...............         4,696,200

 

Operations--110.0 FTE positions.......................        25,876,700

 

Property management...................................         9,966,500

 

Worker's compensation.................................           181,100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     41,520,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Abandoned vehicle fees................................           239,800

 

Auto repair facilities fees...........................           131,100

 

Children's protection registry fund...................           270,700

 

Driver fees...........................................         2,486,500

 

Driver improvement course fund........................           308,200

 

Enhanced driver license and enhanced official state

 

   personal identification card fund...................         1,977,100

 

Parking ticket court fines............................           435,000

 

Personal identification card fees.....................           289,800

 

Reinstatement fees - operator licenses................           791,700

 

Scrap tire fund.......................................            78,600


Transportation administration collection fund.........        33,628,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        883,100

 

   (3) LEGAL SERVICES

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 105.0

 

Operations--105.0 FTE positions....................... $      15,542,700

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     15,542,700

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Auto repair facilities fees...........................         3,065,500

 

Driver fees...........................................         1,145,000

 

Enhanced driver license and enhanced official state

 

   personal identification card fund...................         1,582,100

 

Reinstatement fees - operator licenses................           959,400

 

Transportation administration collection fund.........         6,654,300

 

Vehicle theft prevention fees.........................         1,108,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      1,028,200

 

   (4) CUSTOMER DELIVERY SERVICES

 

   Full-time equated classified positions....... 1,296.0

 

Branch operations--925.0 FTE positions................ $     91,450,900

 

Central operations--369.0 FTE positions...............        53,094,000

 

Motorcycle safety education administration--2.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................           643,400

 

Motorcycle safety education grants....................         1,800,000

 

Organ donor program...................................           129,100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    147,117,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:


IDG from MDOT, Michigan transportation fund...........       20,000,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

DOT...................................................           860,000

 

OHSP..................................................           600,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Private funds.........................................               100

 

Thomas Daley gift of life fund........................            50,000

 

Abandoned vehicle fees................................           450,900

 

Auto repair facilities fees...........................           777,500

 

Child support clearance fees..........................           363,600

 

Driver education provider and instructor fund.........            75,000

 

Driver fees...........................................        22,623,000

 

Driver improvement course fund........................         1,228,100

 

Enhanced driver license and enhanced official state

 

   personal identification card fund...................        10,996,200

 

Expedient service fees................................         2,944,500

 

Marine safety fund....................................         1,542,500

 

Michigan state police auto theft fund.................           123,700

 

Mobile home commission fees...........................           507,500

 

Motorcycle safety and education awareness fund........           300,000

 

Motorcycle safety fund................................         1,843,400

 

Off-road vehicle title fees...........................           170,700

 

Parking ticket court fines............................         1,639,600

 

Personal identification card fees.....................         2,373,900

 

Recreation passport fee revenue.......................         1,000,000

 

Reinstatement fees - operator licenses................         2,357,300

 

Snowmobile registration fee revenue...................           390,000


State lottery fund....................................         1,015,800

 

Transportation administration collection fund.........        69,301,200

 

Vehicle theft prevention fees.........................           786,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      2,796,900

 

   (5) ELECTION REGULATION

 

   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 45.0

 

County clerk education and training fund.............. $        100,000

 

Election administration and services--45.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................         7,377,000

 

Fees to local units...................................           109,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      7,586,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Notary education and training fund....................           100,000

 

Notary fee fund.......................................           343,500

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      7,143,300

 

   (6) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Information technology services and projects.......... $      38,625,700

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     38,625,700

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Administrative order processing fee...................            11,700

 

Auto repair facilities fees...........................           129,000

 

Driver fees...........................................           785,700

 

Enhanced driver license and enhanced official state

 

   personal identification card fund...................           344,300

 

Expedient service fees................................         1,082,800


Parking ticket court fines............................            88,800

 

Personal identification card fees.....................           172,900

 

Reinstatement fees - operator licenses................           591,000

 

Transportation administration collection fund.........        33,639,200

 

Vehicle theft prevention fees.........................           180,600

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      1,599,700

 

 

 

   Sec. 107.  DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT, AND

 

BUDGET

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions....... 3,126.0

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $  1,527,057,100

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................       951,238,800

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $    575,818,300

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................         4,968,400

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................         2,321,200

 

Total private revenues................................           131,100

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................       117,916,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    450,480,800

 

   (2) DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 846.5

 


Unclassified positions--6.0 FTE positions............. $        941,500

 

Administrative services--160.5 FTE positions..........        21,443,500

 

Budget and financial management--178.0 FTE positions.        36,225,500

 

Building operation services--255.0 FTE positions.....        93,554,900

 

Bureau of labor market information and strategies--

 

   44.0 FTE positions...................................         5,674,600

 

Business support services--104.0 FTE positions........        10,859,000

 

Design and construction services--40.0 FTE positions.         6,722,900

 

Executive operations--12.0 FTE positions..............         2,400,900

 

Legislative retirement................................        12,400,000

 

Motor vehicle fleet--39.0 FTE positions...............        75,949,700

 

Office of the state employer--14.0 FTE positions.....         1,641,800

 

Property management...................................         8,067,200

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    275,881,500

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from accounting service centers user charges.....         4,384,200

 

IDG from building occupancy and parking charges.......        95,664,800

 

IDG from MDHHS, community health......................           499,800

 

IDG from MDHHS, human services........................           231,400

 

IDG from MDLARA.......................................           100,000

 

IDG from motor transport fund.........................        75,949,700

 

IDG from technology user fees.........................        10,460,000

 

IDG from user fees....................................         6,861,800

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Federal funds.........................................         4,968,400

 

   Special revenue funds:


Local - MPSCS subscriber and maintenance fees.........            22,400

 

Local funds...........................................            35,000

 

Health management funds...............................           418,500

 

Other agency charges..................................         1,230,400

 

Private funds.........................................          131,100

 

SIGMA user fees.......................................         2,167,800

 

Special revenue, internal service, and pension trust

 

   funds................................................        17,581,000

 

State restricted indirect funds.......................         3,107,900

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     52,067,300

 

   (3) TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

 

   Full-time equated classified positions....... 1,639.5

 

DEGLE MiWaters data storage, security, and transparency

 

   enhancements......................................... $      1,742,700

 

DTMB michigan.gov CMS replacement.....................         3,200,000

 

Education services--33.0 FTE positions................         4,571,800

 

Enterprise identity management--17.0 FTE positions...         9,785,200

 

General services--354.5 FTE positions.................       124,068,700

 

Health and human services--656.5 FTE positions........       500,055,000

 

Homeland security initiative/cyber security--25.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................        12,355,000

 

MDARD licensing and inspection systems upgrade........         5,000,000

 

Michigan public safety communication system--137.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................        45,222,600

 

Public protection--162.5 FTE positions................        61,836,100

 

Resources services--154.5 FTE positions...............        21,593,700

 

Transportation services--99.5 FTE positions...........        38,378,900


Treasury individual income tax and garnishment and

 

   levies system replacement............................        10,057,300

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    837,867,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from technology user fees.........................       750,504,200

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Local - MPSCS subscriber and maintenance fees.........         2,263,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     85,099,000

 

   (4) STATEWIDE APPROPRIATIONS

 

Professional development fund - AFSCME................ $         50,000

 

Professional development fund - MPE, SEIU, scientific

 

   and engineering unit.................................           150,000

 

Professional development fund - NERE..................           200,000

 

Professional development fund - UAW...................           700,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,100,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from employer contributions.......................         1,100,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (5) SPECIAL PROGRAMS

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 181.0

 

Office of children's ombudsman--14.0 FTE positions... $      1,886,900

 

Property management executive/legislative.............         1,243,600

 

Public private partnership............................         1,500,000

 

Regional prosperity grants............................               100

 

Retirement services--167.0 FTE positions..............        24,572,200


GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     29,202,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Deferred compensation.................................         2,800,000

 

Pension trust funds...................................        21,690,200

 

Public private partnership investment fund............         1,500,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      3,212,600

 

   (6) STATE BUILDING AUTHORITY RENT

 

State building authority rent - community colleges... $     34,181,600

 

State building authority rent - department of

 

   corrections..........................................        20,369,400

 

State building authority rent - state agencies........        47,024,300

 

State building authority rent - universities..........       144,995,300

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    246,570,600

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    246,570,600

 

   (7) CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 459.0

 

Agency services--115.0 FTE positions.................. $     17,957,800

 

Employee benefits--25.0 FTE positions.................         7,732,600

 

Executive direction--45.0 FTE positions...............        10,359,600

 

Human resources operations--274.0 FTE positions.......        34,578,800

 

Information technology services and projects..........         3,542,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     74,170,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

State restricted funds 1%.............................        29,911,800


State restricted indirect funds.......................         9,006,700

 

State sponsored group insurance.......................        10,838,900

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     24,413,400

 

   (8) CAPITAL OUTLAY

 

Enterprisewide special maintenance for state

 

   facilities........................................... $     23,650,000

 

Major special maintenance, remodeling, and addition

 

   for state agencies...................................         3,800,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     27,450,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from building occupancy charges...................         3,800,000

 

IDG from department of corrections....................           750,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     22,900,000

 

   (9) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

Information technology services and projects.......... $      29,814,100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     29,814,100

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from building occupancy and parking charges.......           723,200

 

IDG from user fees....................................           209,700

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Deferred compensation.................................             2,600

 

SIGMA user fees.......................................         2,481,400

 

Pension trust funds...................................        10,389,100

 

Special revenue, internal service, and pension trust

 

   funds................................................         2,706,500


State restricted indirect funds.......................         2,083,900

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     11,217,700

 

   (10) ONE-TIME APPROPRIATIONS

 

Drinking water declaration of emergency............... $            100

 

Enterprisewide special maintenance for state

 

   facilities...........................................         5,000,000

 

Capital outlay – university, community college, and

 

   state agency planning authorization - Saginaw Valley

 

   State University – Brown Hall renovation – for

 

   program and planning to be paid for from university

 

   resources (estimated total authorized cost

 

   $19,750,000; state share $12,000,000; university

 

   share $7,750,000)....................................               100

 

Capital outlay – university, community college, and

 

   state agency planning authorization – department of

 

   health and human services, new northern satellite

 

   psychiatric facility – for program and planning to

 

   be paid for from state resources.....................               100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      5,000,300

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Drinking water declaration of emergency reserve fund.               100

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      5,000,200

 

 

 

   Sec. 108.  DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions........ 10.0

 


   Full-time equated classified positions....... 1,874.5

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $  2,051,876,500

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................        12,905,600

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $  2,038,970,900

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................        27,242,500

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................        13,215,800

 

Total private revenues................................            27,500

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................     1,786,008,300

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    212,476,800

 

   (2) DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions........ 10.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 442.5

 

Unclassified positions--10.0 FTE positions............ $      1,088,400

 

Collections services bureau--206.0 FTE positions.....        29,597,900

 

Department services--75.0 FTE positions...............         9,178,300

 

Executive direction and operations--64.5 FTE positions         9,122,800

 

Office of accounting services--29.0 FTE positions....         3,652,400

 

Office of financial services--40.0 FTE positions.....         4,952,200

 

Property management...................................         6,726,600

 

Unclaimed property--28.0 FTE positions................         4,941,700

 

Worker's compensation.................................           143,100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     69,403,400

 

    Appropriated from:


   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG, data/collection services fees....................           336,600

 

IDG from accounting service center user charges.......           545,300

 

IDG from MDHHS, title IV-D............................           800,600

 

IDG, levy/warrant cost assessment fees................         3,705,800

 

IDG, state agency collection fees.....................         4,474,200

 

   Federal revenues:

 

DED-OPSE, federal lenders allowance...................           479,500

 

DED-OPSE, higher education act of 1965 insured loans.           517,300

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Delinquent tax collection revenue.....................        34,756,700

 

Escheats revenue......................................         4,941,700

 

Garnishment fees......................................         2,719,400

 

Justice system fund...................................           437,700

 

Marihuana regulation fund.............................         1,287,000

 

Marihuana regulatory fund.............................           190,000

 

MFA, bond and loan program revenue....................           640,700

 

State lottery fund....................................           300,500

 

State restricted indirect funds.......................           282,300

 

State services fee fund...............................           341,900

 

Treasury fees.........................................            47,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     12,599,000

 

   (3) LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 103.0

 

Bureau operations and general local government

 

   services--11.0 FTE positions......................... $      1,270,100

 

Financial independence team/financial review


   commission--8.0 FTE positions........................         1,693,500

 

Local finance--18.0 FTE positions.....................         2,689,700

 

Office of fiscal responsibility--9.0 FTE positions...         1,500,000

 

Property tax assessor training--1.0 FTE position.....         2,045,900

 

Supervision of the general property tax law--56.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................        11,402,900

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     20,602,100

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Local - assessor training fees........................         1,045,900

 

Local - audit charges.................................           841,200

 

Local - equalization study chargebacks................            40,000

 

Local - revenue from local government.................           100,000

 

Delinquent tax collection revenue.....................         1,548,300

 

Land reutilization fund...............................         2,052,000

 

Municipal finance fees................................           557,300

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     14,417,400

 

   (4) TAX PROGRAMS

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 748.0

 

Bottle act implementation............................. $        250,000

 

Home heating assistance...............................         3,099,200

 

Insurance provider assessment program--13.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................         2,135,100

 

Office of revenue and tax analysis--21.0 FTE positions         3,924,000

 

Tax and economic policy--43.0 FTE positions...........         8,965,200

 

Tax compliance--318.0 FTE positions...................        44,738,800

 

Tax processing--342.0 FTE positions...................        41,222,800


Tobacco tax enforcement--11.0 FTE positions...........         1,553,700

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    105,888,800

 

   Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from MDOT, Michigan transportation fund...........         2,354,800

 

IDG from MDOT, state aeronautics fund.................            72,200

 

   Federal revenues:

 

HHS-SSA, low-income energy assistance.................         3,099,200

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Bottle deposit fund...................................           250,000

 

Brownfield development fund...........................           213,500

 

Delinquent tax collection revenue.....................        72,186,300

 

Insurance provider fund...............................         2,135,100

 

Marihuana regulation fund.............................         1,565,200

 

Marihuana regulatory fund.............................           120,000

 

Michigan state waterways fund.........................           107,100

 

Tobacco tax revenue...................................         4,165,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     19,620,000

 

   (5) FINANCIAL PROGRAMS

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 167.0

 

Common cash and debt management--11.0 FTE positions.. $      1,718,300

 

Dual enrollment payments..............................         2,007,600

 

Investments--81.0 FTE positions.......................        21,467,700

 

John R. Justice grant program.........................           288,100

 

Michigan finance authority - bond finance--53.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................        24,961,100

 

Student financial assistance programs--22.0 FTE


   positions............................................         2,794,200

 

Student loan refinancing program study................           500,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     53,737,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG, fiscal agent service fees........................          213,600

 

   Federal revenues:

 

DED-OPSE, federal lenders allowance...................         3,310,800

 

DED-OPSE, higher education act of 1965, insured loans        18,915,900

 

Federal - John R. Justice grant.......................           288,100

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Defined contribution administrative fee revenue.......           300,000

 

Michigan finance authority bond and loan program

 

   revenue..............................................         2,734,400

 

Michigan merit award trust fund.......................         1,203,500

 

Retirement funds......................................        17,806,700

 

School bond fees......................................           879,400

 

Treasury fees.........................................         3,583,900

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      4,500,700

 

   (6) DEBT SERVICE

 

Clean Michigan initiative............................. $     49,027,000

 

Great Lakes water quality bond........................        38,772,000

 

Quality of life bond..................................        16,536,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    104,335,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    104,335,000

 

   (7) GRANTS


Convention facility development distribution.......... $    105,356,300

 

Emergency 911 payments................................        48,800,000

 

Health and safety fund grants.........................         1,500,000

 

Municipal cost sharing grants.........................         2,250,000

 

Recreational marihuana grants.........................        20,250,000

 

Senior citizen cooperative housing tax exemption

 

   program..............................................        10,771,300

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    188,927,600

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Convention facility development fund..................       105,356,300

 

Emergency 911 fund....................................        48,800,000

 

Health and safety fund................................         1,500,000

 

Marihuana regulation fund.............................        20,250,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     13,021,300

 

   (8) BUREAU OF STATE LOTTERY

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 196.0

 

Lottery information technology services and projects. $      5,318,800

 

Lottery operations--196.0 FTE positions...............        26,937,600

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     32,256,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

State lottery fund....................................        32,256,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (9) CASINO GAMING

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 143.0

 

Casino gaming control operations--113.0 FTE positions $     26,833,000


Gaming information technology services and projects..         2,585,500

 

Horse racing--10.0 FTE positions......................         2,060,500

 

Michigan gaming control board.........................            50,000

 

Millionaire party regulation--20.0 FTE positions.....         3,000,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     34,529,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Casino gambling agreements............................           972,400

 

Equine development fund...............................         2,184,700

 

Laboratory fees.......................................           406,700

 

State lottery fund....................................         3,000,000

 

State services fee fund...............................        27,965,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (10) PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF TAXES

 

Commercial forest reserve............................. $      3,368,100

 

Purchased lands.......................................         8,677,900

 

Swamp and tax reverted lands..........................        15,305,600

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     27,351,600

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Private funds.........................................            27,500

 

Game and fish protection fund.........................         3,007,400

 

Michigan natural resources trust fund.................         2,064,700

 

Michigan state waterways fund.........................           260,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     21,991,200

 

   (11) REVENUE SHARING

 

City, village, and township revenue sharing........... $    261,024,600


Constitutional state general revenue sharing grants..       865,441,900

 

County incentive program..............................        43,325,200

 

County revenue sharing................................       183,182,900

 

Financially distressed cities, villages, or townships         2,500,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $  1,355,474,600

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Sales tax.............................................     1,355,474,600

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (12) STATE BUILDING AUTHORITY

 

   Full-time equated classified positions........... 3.0

 

State building authority--3.0 FTE positions........... $         754,400

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        754,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

State building authority revenue......................           754,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (13) CITY INCOME TAX ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM

 

   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 72.0

 

City income tax administration program--72.0 FTE

 

   positions............................................ $       9,951,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      9,951,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Local - city income tax fund..........................         9,951,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (14) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


Treasury operations information technology services

 

   and projects......................................... $      38,664,700

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     38,664,700

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from MDOT, Michigan transportation fund...........           402,500

 

   Federal revenues:

 

DED-OPSE, federal lender allowance....................           631,700

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Local - city income tax fund..........................         1,236,900

 

Delinquent tax collection revenue.....................        17,698,900

 

Marihuana regulation fund.............................           780,000

 

Retirement funds......................................           792,300

 

Tobacco tax revenue...................................           130,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     16,992,200

 

   (15) ONE-TIME APPROPRIATIONS

 

Drinking water declaration of emergency............... $            100

 

Wrongful imprisonment compensation fund...............        10,000,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     10,000,100

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Drinking water declaration of emergency reserve fund.               100

 

Lawsuit settlement proceeds fund......................         5,000,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      5,000,000

 

 

 

   Sec. 109.  DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND ECONOMIC

 

OPPORTUNITY

 


   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions....... 1,450.0

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $  1,096,994,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $  1,096,994,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................       762,145,800

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................           500,000

 

Total private revenues................................         5,628,300

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................       207,336,900

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    121,383,000

 

   (2) DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

 

   Full-time equated unclassified positions......... 6.0

 

   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 32.0

 

Unclassified positions--6.0 FTE positions............. $      1,153,200

 

Executive direction and operations--32.0 FTE positions         7,120,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      8,273,200

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

DOL-ETA, unemployment insurance.......................         1,759,100

 

DOL, federal funds....................................         3,201,600

 

Federal funds.........................................         2,500,000

 

   Special revenue funds:


Michigan state housing development authority fees and

 

   charges..............................................           608,500

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        204,000

 

   (3) MICHIGAN STRATEGIC FUND

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 157.0

 

Administrative services--37.0 FTE positions........... $      3,082,600

 

Arts and cultural program.............................        10,150,000

 

Business attraction and community revitalization.....        89,379,900

 

Community college skilled trades equipment program

 

   debt service.........................................         4,600,000

 

Community development block grants....................        47,000,000

 

Entrepreneurship ecosystem............................        16,400,000

 

Facility for rare isotope beams.......................         7,300,000

 

Job creation services--120.0 FTE positions............        22,293,000

 

Michigan enhancement grants...........................         2,799,000

 

Protect and grow......................................         1,000,000

 

Pure Michigan.........................................        37,500,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    241,504,500

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

HUD-CPD community development block grant.............        49,773,300

 

NFAH-NEA, promotion of the arts, partnership

 

   agreements...........................................         1,050,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Private - special project advances....................           250,000

 

Private - Michigan council for the arts fund..........           100,000

 

21st century jobs trust fund..........................        75,000,000


Contingent fund, penalty and interest account.........         4,600,000

 

Michigan state housing development authority fees and

 

   charges..............................................         4,616,600

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    106,114,600

 

   (4) TALENT INVESTMENT AGENCY

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 962.0

 

At-risk youth grants.................................. $      3,750,000

 

Community ventures....................................         1,000,000

 

Executive direction--14.0 FTE positions...............         3,498,500

 

Going pro.............................................        37,260,900

 

High school equivalency-to-school.....................           250,000

 

Information technology services and projects - TIA...        22,721,300

 

Unemployment insurance agency--743.0 FTE positions...       136,006,400

 

Unemployment insurance agency - advocacy assistance..         1,500,000

 

Workforce development programs........................       379,724,900

 

Workforce program administration--205.0 FTE positions        36,262,100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    621,974,100

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

DAG, employment and training..........................         4,000,400

 

DED-OESE, GEAR-UP.....................................         4,730,700

 

DED-OVAE, adult education.............................        20,000,000

 

DED-OVAE, basic grants to states......................        19,000,000

 

DOL, federal funds....................................       107,401,100

 

DOL-ETA, unemployment insurance.......................       140,242,000

 

DOL-ETA, workforce investment act.....................       173,488,600

 

Federal funds.........................................         3,440,200


Social security act, temporary assistance to needy

 

   families.............................................        63,698,800

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Local revenues........................................           500,000

 

Private funds.........................................         5,278,300

 

Contingent fund, penalty and interest account.........        65,459,600

 

Defaulted loan collection fees........................           170,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     14,564,400

 

   (5) LAND BANK FAST TRACK AUTHORITY

 

   Full-time equated classified positions........... 9.0

 

Blight removal grants................................. $        500,000

 

Land bank fast track authority--9.0 FTE positions....         4,290,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      4,790,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Federal revenues......................................         1,000,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Land bank fast track fund.............................         3,290,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        500,000

 

   (6) MICHIGAN STATE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

 

   Full-time equated classified positions......... 290.0

 

Housing and rental assistance--290.0 FTE positions... $     46,022,200

 

Lighthouse preservation program.......................           307,500

 

Michigan state housing development authority

 

   technology services and projects.....................         3,651,800

 

Payments on behalf of tenants.........................       166,860,000

 

Property management...................................         3,609,900


GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    220,451,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

HUD, lower income housing assistance..................       166,860,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Michigan lighthouse preservation program..............           307,500

 

Michigan state housing development authority fees and

 

   charges..............................................        53,283,900

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

 

 

 

 

PART 1A

 

LINE-ITEM APPROPRIATIONS

 

FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018-2019

 

     Sec. 151. There is appropriated for the various state

 

departments and agencies to supplement appropriations for the

 

fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, from the following funds:

 

APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 31.5

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    473,839,400

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................         1,372,500

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $    472,466,900

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................       280,144,600

 

   Special revenue funds:

 


Total local revenues..................................         2,972,100

 

Total private revenues................................         2,142,200

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................       213,273,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    (26,065,400)

 

   Sec. 152. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL

 

DEVELOPMENT

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,277,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $      1,277,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................                 0

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      1,277,000

 

   (2) ONE-TIME APPROPRIATIONS

 

Industrial hemp research and development.............. $       1,277,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,277,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      1,277,000

 

   Sec. 153. DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,372,500


   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................         1,372,500

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $              0

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................                 0

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (2) ATTORNEY GENERAL OPERATIONS

 

Attorney general operations........................... $       1,372,500

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,372,500

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

IDG from MDEGLE.......................................           700,000

 

IDG from MDHHS, human services........................           170,000

 

IDG from MDTMB........................................           335,000

 

IDG from Michigan state housing development authority           167,500

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   Sec. 154. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    (10,000,000)

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0


ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $    (10,000,000)

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................       (10,254,200)

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................                 0

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        254,200

 

   (2) MICHIGAN OFFICE OF GREAT START

 

Child development and care public assistance.......... $     (10,000,000)

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    (10,000,000)

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................       (10,254,200)

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        254,200

 

   Sec. 155. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 31.5

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    451,697,300

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $    451,697,300

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Social security act, temporary assistance for needy

 

   families.............................................        (5,007,100)

 

Capped federal revenues...............................          (579,400)


Total other federal revenues..........................       292,385,300

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................         2,972,100

 

Total private revenues................................         2,142,200

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................       194,023,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    (34,239,200)

 

   (2) DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

 

Property management................................... $        324,700

 

Terminal leave payments...............................            52,700

 

Worker's compensation.................................            40,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        417,400

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................           417,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (3) CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT

 

Legal support contracts............................... $               0

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $              0

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total other federal revenues..........................          (956,300)

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        956,300

 

   (4) COMMUNITY SERVICES AND OUTREACH

 

   Full-time equated classified positions........... 0.0

 

Bureau of community services and outreach............. $        835,000

 

Community services and outreach administration--1.0

 

   FTE position.........................................           167,000

 

Domestic violence prevention and treatment............         1,883,500


Michigan community service commission--(1.0) FTE

 

   position.............................................                 0

 

Weatherization assistance.............................          (835,000)

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      2,050,500

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Capped federal revenues...............................                 0

 

Total other federal revenues..........................         1,275,500

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Crime victim's rights fund............................           315,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        460,000

 

   (5) CHILDREN'S SERVICES AGENCY - CHILD WELFARE

 

   Full-time equated classified positions........... 1.0

 

Adoption subsidies.................................... $     (2,760,200)

 

Adoption support services.............................         4,145,500

 

Child care fund.......................................         8,350,300

 

Child welfare institute--1.0 FTE position.............           130,000

 

Family support subsidy................................          (831,300)

 

Foster care payments..................................        21,975,500

 

Guardianship assistance program.......................          (944,700)

 

Settlement monitor....................................           148,300

 

Strong families/safe children.........................        (2,550,100)

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     27,663,300

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Social security act, temporary assistance for needy

 

   families.............................................        (2,294,000)


Capped federal revenues...............................          (579,400)

 

Total other federal revenues..........................        11,933,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Private - collections.................................         2,142,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     16,461,500

 

   (6) CHILDREN'S SERVICES AGENCY - JUVENILE JUSTICE

 

Bay Pines Center...................................... $              0

 

Shawono Center........................................                 0

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $              0

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Local funds - county chargeback.......................          (489,600)

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        489,600

 

   (7) PUBLIC ASSISTANCE

 

Family independence program........................... $     (2,713,100)

 

Food assistance program benefits......................      (113,757,300)

 

State disability assistance payments..................          (895,700)

 

State supplementation.................................          (866,300)

 

State supplementation administration..................           125,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $   (118,107,400)

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Social security act, temporary assistance for needy

 

   families.............................................        (2,713,100)

 

Total other federal revenues..........................      (113,757,300)

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $     (1,637,000)

 

   (8) FIELD OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SERVICES


   Full-time equated classified positions.......... 29.0

 

Michigan rehabilitation services--29.0 FTE positions. $               0

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $              0

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (9) BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION AND

 

SPECIAL PROJECTS

 

Behavioral health program administration.............. $        (400,000)

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $       (400,000)

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $       (400,000)

 

   (10) BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES

 

   Full-time equated classified positions........... 1.5

 

Autism services....................................... $      7,913,600

 

Federal mental health block grant--1.5 FTE positions.                 0

 

Healthy Michigan plan - behavioral health.............        51,526,700

 

Medicaid mental health services.......................        40,809,000

 

Medicaid substance use disorder services..............        (2,111,500)

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     98,137,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total other federal revenues..........................        78,436,900

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................        10,140,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      9,560,500

 

   (11) STATE PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS AND FORENSIC

 

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES


Revenue recapture..................................... $             100

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $            100

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................               100

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (12) CHILDREN'S SPECIAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES

 

Medical care and treatment............................ $       6,831,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      6,831,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total other federal revenues..........................         3,750,200

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      3,081,600

 

   (13) MEDICAL SERVICES

 

Adult home help services.............................. $     25,416,700

 

Ambulance services....................................        (1,226,900)

 

Auxiliary medical services............................           201,900

 

Dental services.......................................       (10,313,300)

 

Federal Medicare pharmaceutical program...............        (3,093,100)

 

Health plan services..................................       110,824,500

 

Healthy Michigan plan.................................           426,400

 

Home health services..................................          (503,200)

 

Hospice services......................................        18,920,400

 

Hospital services and therapy.........................       181,696,800

 

Integrated care organizations.........................        19,635,200

 

Long-term care services...............................       144,219,800

 

Maternal and child health.............................         6,000,100


Medicaid home- and community-based services waiver...        (6,331,900)

 

Medicare premium payments.............................       (32,351,200)

 

Personal care services................................          (864,400)

 

Pharmaceutical services...............................       (41,549,200)

 

Physician services....................................        (7,018,300)

 

Program of all-inclusive care for the elderly.........       (21,633,500)

 

School-based services.................................        21,202,800

 

Special Medicaid reimbursement........................        32,583,400

 

Transportation........................................        (1,139,200)

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $    435,103,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total other federal revenues..........................       311,703,300

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................         3,461,600

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................       183,150,600

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $    (63,211,700)

 

   Sec. 156. JUDICIARY

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,250,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $      1,250,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:


Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................         1,250,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (2) TRIAL COURT OPERATIONS

 

Statewide e-file system............................... $       1,250,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,250,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Electronic filing fee fund............................         1,250,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   Sec. 157. DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY

 

AFFAIRS

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        500,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $        500,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................           500,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (2) OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION


Bureau of community and health systems................ $         500,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        500,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Child care home and center licenses fund..............           500,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   Sec. 158. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     21,100,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $     21,100,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................         3,600,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................        17,500,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (2) DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT

 

Executive direction................................... $         36,000

 

Finance and operations................................            44,300

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $         80,300

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Off-road vehicle trail improvement fund...............            80,300


State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (3) COMMUNICATION AND CUSTOMER SERVICES

 

Marketing and outreach................................ $          13,400

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $         13,400

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Off-road vehicle trail improvement fund...............            13,400

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (4) LAW ENFORCEMENT

 

General law enforcement............................... $         716,800

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        716,800

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Off-road vehicle trail improvement fund...............           716,800

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (5) GRANTS

 

National recreational trails.......................... $      1,900,000

 

Off-road vehicle trail improvement grants.............           764,500

 

Snowmobile local grants program.......................         3,700,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      6,364,500

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Federal funds.........................................         1,900,000

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Off-road vehicle trail improvement fund...............           764,500

 

Snowmobile trail improvement fund.....................         3,700,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0


   (6) CAPITAL OUTLAY RECREATIONAL LANDS AND INFRASTRUCTURE

 

Off-road vehicle trail development and maintenance... $      1,425,000

 

Snowmobile trail development and maintenance..........         2,300,000

 

State parks repair and maintenance....................         8,500,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $     12,225,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Off-road vehicle trail improvement fund...............         1,425,000

 

Park improvement fund.................................         8,000,000

 

Recreation passport fees..............................           500,000

 

Snowmobile trail improvement fund.....................         2,300,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   (7) ONE-TIME BASIS ONLY APPROPRIATIONS

 

Shooting range enhancement projects - capital outlay. $       1,700,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,700,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Federal funds.........................................         1,700,000

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $              0

 

   Sec. 159. DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,927,600

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $      1,927,600

 

   Federal revenues:


Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................                 0

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      1,927,600

 

   (2) ONE-TIME ONLY APPROPRIATIONS

 

Active violence response training..................... $       1,927,600

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      1,927,600

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      1,927,600

 

   Sec. 160. DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT, AND

 

BUDGET

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      4,465,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $      4,465,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................                 0

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      4,465,000

 

   (2) CAPITAL OUTLAY


Enterprisewide special maintenance for state

 

   facilities........................................... $       4,465,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $      4,465,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $      4,465,000

 

   Sec. 161. DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY

 

   (1) APPROPRIATION SUMMARY

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        250,000

 

   Interdepartmental grant revenues:

 

Total interdepartmental grants and intradepartmental

 

   transfers............................................                 0

 

ADJUSTED GROSS APPROPRIATION.......................... $        250,000

 

   Federal revenues:

 

Total federal revenues................................                 0

 

   Special revenue funds:

 

Total local revenues..................................                 0

 

Total private revenues................................                 0

 

Total other state restricted revenues.................                 0

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        250,000

 

   (2) GRANTS

 

Senior citizen cooperative housing tax exemption

 

   program.............................................. $         250,000

 

GROSS APPROPRIATION................................... $        250,000

 

    Appropriated from:

 

State general fund/general purpose.................... $        250,000

 

 

 

 

 


PART 2

 

PROVISIONS CONCERNING APPROPRIATIONS

 

FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020

 

GENERAL SECTIONS

 

     Sec. 201. (1) Pursuant to section 30 of article IX of the

 

state constitution of 1963, total state spending from state sources

 

under part 1 for fiscal year 2019-2020 is $3,401,707,600.00 and

 

state spending from state sources to be paid to local units of

 

government for fiscal year 2019-2020 is $1,631,832,000.00. The

 

itemized statement below identifies appropriations from which

 

spending to local units of government will occur:

 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

 

Fees to local units................................... $         73,300

 

Motorcycle safety grants..............................         1,054,200

 

Subtotal.............................................. $      1,127,500

 

DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY

 

Airport parking distribution pursuant to section 909. $     24,601,900

 

City, village, and township revenue sharing...........       261,024,600

 

Constitutional state general revenue sharing grants..      865,441,900

 

Convention facility development fund distribution....       105,356,300

 

County incentive program..............................        43,325,200

 

County revenue sharing payments.......................       183,182,900

 

Emergency 9-1-1 payments..............................        48,800,000

 

Financially distressed cities, villages, or townships         2,500,000

 

Health and safety fund grants.........................         1,500,000

 

Recreational marihuana grants.........................        20,250,000

 

Payments in lieu of taxes.............................        27,351,600


Senior citizen cooperative housing tax exemption..... $      10,771,300

 

Subtotal.............................................. $  1,594,105,700

 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY

 

Going pro............................................. $     25,918,800

 

Welfare-to-work programs..............................        10,680,000

 

Subtotal.............................................. $      36,598,800

 

TOTAL GENERAL GOVERNMENT............................... $  1,631,832,000

 

     (2) Pursuant to section 30 of article IX of the state

 

constitution of 1963, total state spending from state sources for

 

fiscal year 2019-2020 is estimated at $34,947,642,500.00 in the

 

2019-2020 appropriations acts and total state spending from state

 

sources paid to local units of government for fiscal year 2019-2020

 

is estimated at $19,594,591,900.00. The state-local proportion is

 

estimated at 56.1% of total state spending from state sources.

 

     (3) If payments to local units of government and state

 

spending from state sources for fiscal year 2019-2020 are different

 

than the amounts estimated in subsection (2), the state budget

 

director shall report the payments to local units of government and

 

state spending from state sources that were made for fiscal year

 

2019-2020 to the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations within 30 days after the final book-

 

closing for fiscal year 2019-2020.

 

     Sec. 202. The appropriations authorized under this part and

 

part 1 are subject to the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1101 to 18.1594.

 

     Sec. 203. As used in this part and part 1:

 

     (a) "ATM" means automated teller machine.


     (b) "COBRA" means the consolidated omnibus budget

 

reconciliation act of 1985, Public Law 99-272, 100 Stat 82.

 

     (c) "DAG" means the United States Department of Agriculture.

 

     (d) "DED" means the United States Department of Education.

 

     (e) "DED-OESE" means the DED Office of Elementary and

 

Secondary Education.

 

     (f) "DED-OPSE" means the DED Office of Postsecondary

 

Education.

 

     (g) "DED-OVAE" means the DED Office of Vocational and Adult

 

Education.

 

     (h) "DOE-OEERE" means the United States Department of Energy,

 

Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.

 

     (i) "DOL" means the United States Department of Labor.

 

     (j) "DOL-ETA" means the United States Department of Labor,

 

Employment and Training Administration.

 

     (k) "EEOC" means the United States Equal Employment

 

Opportunity Commission.

 

     (l) "FTE" means full-time equated.

 

     (m) "Fund" means the Michigan strategic fund.

 

     (n) "GEAR-UP" means gaining early awareness and readiness for

 

undergraduate programs.

 

     (o) "GED" means a general educational development certificate.

 

     (p) "GF/GP" means general fund/general purpose.

 

     (q) "HHS" means the United States Department of Health and

 

Human Services.

 

     (r) "HHS-OS" means the HHS Office of the Secretary.

 

     (s) "HHS-SSA" means the HHS Social Security Administration.


     (t) "HUD" means the United States Department of Housing and

 

Urban Development.

 

     (u) "HUD-CPD" means the United States Department of Housing

 

and Urban Development - Community Planning and Development.

 

     (v) "IDG" means interdepartmental grant.

 

     (w) "JCOS" means the joint capital outlay subcommittee.

 

     (x) "MAIN" means the Michigan administrative information

 

network.

 

     (y) "MCL" means the Michigan Compiled Laws.

 

     (z) "MDE" means the Michigan department of education.

 

     (aa) "MDEGLE" means the Michigan department of environment,

 

Great Lakes, and energy.

 

     (bb) "MDHHS" means the Michigan department of health and human

 

services.

 

     (cc) "MDLARA" means the Michigan department of licensing and

 

regulatory affairs.

 

     (dd) "MDLEO" means the Michigan department of labor and

 

economic opportunity.

 

     (ee) "MDMVA" means the Michigan department of military and

 

veterans affairs.

 

     (ff) "MDOT" means the Michigan department of transportation.

 

     (gg) "MDSP" means the Michigan department of state police.

 

     (hh) "MDTMB" means the Michigan department of technology,

 

management, and budget.

 

     (ii) "MEDC" means the Michigan economic development

 

corporation, which is the public body corporate created under

 

section 28 of article VII of the state constitution of 1963 and the


urban cooperation act of 1967, 1967 (Ex Sess) PA 7, MCL 124.501 to

 

124.512, by contractual interlocal agreement effective April 5,

 

1999, between local participating economic development corporations

 

formed under the economic development corporations act, 1974 PA

 

338, MCL 125.1601 to 125.1636, and the Michigan strategic fund.

 

     (jj) "MEGA" means the Michigan economic growth authority.

 

     (kk) "MFA" means the Michigan finance authority.

 

     (ll) "MPE" means the Michigan public employees.

 

     (mm) "MSF" means the Michigan strategic fund.

 

     (nn) "MSHDA" means the Michigan state housing development

 

authority.

 

     (oo) "NERE" means nonexclusively represented employees.

 

     (pp) "NFAH-NEA" means the National Foundation of the Arts and

 

the Humanities - National Endowment for the Arts.

 

     (qq) "PA" means public act.

 

     (rr) "PATH" means Partnership. Accountability. Training. Hope.

 

     (ss) "RFP" means a request for a proposal.

 

     (tt) "SEIU" means Service Employees International Union.

 

     (uu) "SIGMA" means statewide integrated governmental

 

management applications.

 

     (vv) "Talent investment agency" means the Michigan talent

 

investment agency created under section III of Executive Order No.

 

2014-12, MCL 125.1995, or its successor.

 

     (ww) "WDA" means the workforce development agency.

 

     (xx) "WIC" means women, infants, and children.

 

     Sec. 204. The departments and agencies receiving

 

appropriations in part 1 shall use the internet to fulfill the


reporting requirements of this part. This requirement may include

 

transmission of reports via electronic mail to the recipients

 

identified for each reporting requirement, or it may include

 

placement of reports on an internet or intranet site.

 

     Sec. 205. Funds appropriated in part 1 shall not be used for

 

the purchase of foreign goods or services, or both, if

 

competitively priced and of comparable quality American goods or

 

services, or both, are available. Preference shall be given to

 

goods or services, or both, manufactured or provided by Michigan

 

businesses, if they are competitively priced and of comparable

 

quality. In addition, preference should be given to goods or

 

services, or both, that are manufactured or provided by Michigan

 

businesses owned and operated by veterans, if they are

 

competitively priced and of comparable quality.

 

     Sec. 206. The director of each department and agency receiving

 

appropriations in part 1 shall take all reasonable steps to ensure

 

businesses in deprived and depressed communities compete for and

 

perform contracts to provide services or supplies, or both. Each

 

director shall strongly encourage firms with which the department

 

contracts to subcontract with certified businesses in depressed and

 

deprived communities for services, supplies, or both.

 

     Sec. 207. The departments and agencies receiving

 

appropriations in part 1 shall prepare a report on out-of-state

 

travel expenses not later than January 1 of each year. The travel

 

report shall be a listing of all travel by classified and

 

unclassified employees outside this state in the immediately

 

preceding fiscal year that was funded in whole or in part with


funds appropriated in the department's budget. The report shall be

 

submitted to the house and senate standing committees on

 

appropriations, the chairpersons of the relevant appropriations

 

subcommittees, the house and senate fiscal agencies, and the state

 

budget director. The report shall include the following

 

information:

 

     (a) The dates of each travel occurrence.

 

     (b) The total transportation and related costs of each travel

 

occurrence, including the proportion funded with state GF/GP

 

revenues, the proportion funded with state restricted revenues, the

 

proportion funded with federal revenues, and the proportion funded

 

with other revenues.

 

     Sec. 208. Funds appropriated in part 1 shall not be used by a

 

principal executive department, state agency, or authority to hire

 

a person to provide legal services that are the responsibility of

 

the attorney general. This prohibition does not apply to legal

 

services for bonding activities and for those outside legal

 

services that the attorney general authorizes.

 

     Sec. 209. Not later than November 30, the state budget office

 

shall prepare and transmit a report that provides for estimates of

 

the total GF/GP appropriation lapses at the close of the prior

 

fiscal year. This report shall summarize the projected year-end

 

GF/GP appropriation lapses by major departmental program or program

 

areas. The report shall be transmitted to the chairpersons of the

 

senate and house appropriations committees and the senate and house

 

fiscal agencies.

 

     Sec. 210. (1) Pursuant to section 352 of the management and


budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1352, which provides for a transfer

 

of state general fund revenue into or out of the countercyclical

 

budget and economic stabilization fund, the calculations required

 

by section 352 of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL

 

18.1352, are determined as follows:

 

                                        2018      2019      2020

 

Michigan personal income (millions).  $475,626   $492,749  $510,488

 

  less: transfer payments...........    97,309   102,280   106,136

 

  Subtotal .........................  $378,317   $390,469  $404,352

 

Divided by:  Detroit Consumer Price

 

  Index for 12 months ending June 30     2.322     2.357     2.403

 

Equals: real adjusted Michigan

 

  personal income...................  $162,927  $165,664  $168,285

 

Percentage change...................       N/A      1.7%      1.6%

 

Growth rate in excess of 2%?........       N/A      0.0%      0.0%

 

Equals: countercyclical budget and

 

  economic stabilization fund pay-in

 

  calculation for the fiscal year ending

 

  September 30, 2020 (millions).....       N/A         NO      NO

 

Growth rate less than 0%?...........       N/A         NO        

 

Equals: countercyclical budget and

 

  economic stabilization fund pay-out

 

  calculation for the fiscal year ending

 

  September 30, 2019 (millions).....       N/A             $0.0

 

     (2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), there is appropriated for

 

the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, from GF/GP revenue for

 

deposit into the countercyclical budget and economic stabilization


fund the sum of $0.00.

 

     Sec. 211. The departments and agencies receiving

 

appropriations in part 1 shall cooperate with the department of

 

technology, management, and budget to maintain a searchable website

 

that is updated at least quarterly and that is accessible by the

 

public at no cost that includes, but is not limited to, all of the

 

following for each department or agency:

 

     (a) Fiscal year-to-date expenditures by category.

 

     (b) Fiscal year-to-date expenditures by appropriation unit.

 

     (c) Fiscal year-to-date payments to a selected vendor,

 

including the vendor name, payment date, payment amount, and

 

payment description.

 

     (d) The number of active department employees by job

 

classification.

 

     (e) Job specifications and wage rates.

 

     Sec. 212. Within 14 days after the release of the executive

 

budget recommendation, the departments and agencies receiving

 

appropriations in part 1 shall cooperate with the state budget

 

director to provide the chairs of the senate and house of

 

representatives standing committees on appropriations, the chairs

 

of the senate and house of representatives standing committees on

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government, and the senate

 

and house fiscal agencies with an annual report on estimated state

 

restricted fund balances, state restricted fund projected revenues,

 

and state restricted fund expenditures for the fiscal years ending

 

September 30, 2019 and September 30, 2020.

 

     Sec. 213. The departments and agencies receiving


appropriations in part 1 shall maintain, on a publicly accessible

 

website, a department or agency scorecard that identifies, tracks,

 

and regularly updates key metrics that are used to monitor and

 

improve the department's or agency's performance.

 

     Sec. 215. Funds appropriated in part 1 shall not be used by

 

this state, a department, an agency, or an authority of this state

 

to purchase an ownership interest in a casino enterprise or a

 

gambling operation as those terms are defined in the Michigan

 

gaming control and revenue act, 1996 IL 1, MCL 432.201 to 432.226.

 

     Sec. 216. The departments and agencies receiving

 

appropriations in part 1 shall receive and retain copies of all

 

reports funded from appropriations in part 1. Federal and state

 

guidelines for short-term and long-term retention of records shall

 

be followed. The department may electronically retain copies of

 

reports unless otherwise required by federal and state guidelines.

 

     Sec. 217. General fund appropriations in part 1 shall not be

 

expended for items in cases where federal funding or private grant

 

funding is available for the same expenditures.

 

     Sec. 218. A department or state agency shall not take

 

disciplinary action against an employee for communicating with a

 

member of the legislature or his or her staff.

 

     Sec. 219. As a condition of receiving funds appropriated in

 

part 1, departments and agencies shall provide all reports by the

 

required due date and provide information requested by a member of

 

the legislature, his or her staff, or the house and senate fiscal

 

agencies in a timely manner. If the department or agency fails to

 

provide a report by the required due date or fails to provide


reasonably requested information within 30 days after the request,

 

the state funds appropriated in part 1 for the department or agency

 

operations shall be reduced by 5%. The chairpersons of the house

 

and senate subcommittees on general government reserve the right to

 

waive the operations appropriation reduction if the chairs are

 

notified and given a reasonable explanation for the delay 10 days

 

prior to the due date.

 

     Sec. 221. Each department and agency shall report no later

 

than April 1 on each specific policy change made to implement a

 

public act affecting the department that took effect during the

 

prior calendar year to the senate and house of representatives

 

standing committees on appropriations subcommittees on general

 

government, the joint committee on administrative rules, and the

 

senate and house fiscal agencies.

 

     Sec. 222. Funds appropriated in part 1 shall not be expended

 

in cases if existing work project authorization is available for

 

the same expenditures.

 

     Sec. 229. (1) If the office of the auditor general has

 

identified an initiative or made a recommendation that is related

 

to savings and efficiencies in an audit report for an executive

 

branch department or agency, the department or agency shall report

 

within 6 months of the release of the audit on their efforts and

 

progress made toward achieving the savings and efficiencies

 

identified in the audit report. The report shall be submitted to

 

the chairs of the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations, the chairs of the senate and house of

 

representatives standing committees with jurisdiction over matters


relating to the department that is audited, and the senate and

 

house fiscal agencies.

 

     (2) If the office of the auditor general does not receive the

 

required report regarding initiatives related to savings and

 

efficiencies within the 6-month time frame, the office of the

 

auditor general may charge noncompliant executive branch

 

departments and agencies for the cost of performing a subsequent

 

audit to ensure that the initiatives related to savings and

 

efficiencies have been implemented.

 

     Sec. 235. By April 1, the state budget director shall submit a

 

report to the senate and house appropriations committees, the

 

chairpersons of the relevant appropriations subcommittees, and the

 

senate and house fiscal agencies. The report shall recommend a

 

contingency plan for each federal funding source included in the

 

state budget of $10,000,000.00 or more in the event that the

 

federal government reduces funding to the state through that source

 

by 10% or greater.

 

     Sec. 240. (1) Concurrently with the submission of the fiscal

 

year 2020-2021 executive budget recommendations, the state budget

 

office shall provide the senate and house appropriations

 

committees, the chairpersons of the relevant appropriations

 

subcommittees, the senate and house fiscal agencies, and the policy

 

offices a report that lists each new program or program enhancement

 

for which funds in excess of $500,000.00 are appropriated in part 1

 

of each departmental appropriation act.

 

     (2) By July 1, 2020, the state budget director and the chairs

 

of the senate and house appropriations committees shall identify


new programs or program enhancements identified under subsection

 

(1) for measurement using program–specific metrics, in addition to

 

the metrics required under section 447 of the management and budget

 

act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1447.

 

     (3) By September 30, 2021, the state budget office shall

 

provide a report on the specific metrics and the progress in

 

meeting the estimated performance for each program identified under

 

subsection (2) to the senate and house appropriations committees,

 

the senate and house appropriations subcommittees on each state

 

department, and the senate and house fiscal agencies and policy

 

offices. It is the intent of the legislature that the governor

 

consider the estimated performance of the new program or program

 

enhancement as the basis for any increase in funds appropriated

 

from the prior year.

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL

 

     Sec. 301. (1) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1,

 

there is appropriated an amount not to exceed $750,000.00 for

 

federal contingency funds. These funds are not available for

 

expenditure until they have been transferred to another line item

 

in part 1 under section 393(2) of the management and budget act,

 

1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393.

 

     (2) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $750,000.00 for state

 

restricted contingency funds. These funds are not available for

 

expenditure until they have been transferred to another line item

 

in part 1 under section 393(2) of the management and budget act,

 


1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393.

 

     (3) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 for local

 

contingency funds. These funds are not available for expenditure

 

until they have been transferred to another line item in part 1

 

under section 393(2) of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1393.

 

     (4) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 for private

 

contingency funds. These funds are not available for expenditure

 

until they have been transferred to another line item in part 1

 

under section 393(2) of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1393.

 

     Sec. 302. (1) The attorney general shall perform all legal

 

services, including representation before courts and administrative

 

agencies rendering legal opinions and providing legal advice to a

 

principal executive department or state agency. A principal

 

executive department or state agency shall not employ or enter into

 

a contract with any other person for services described in this

 

section.

 

     (2) The attorney general shall defend judges of all state

 

courts if a claim is made or a civil action is commenced for

 

injuries to persons or property caused by the judge through the

 

performance of the judge's duties while acting within the scope of

 

his or her authority as a judge.

 

     (3) The attorney general shall perform the duties specified in

 

1846 RS 12, MCL 14.28 to 14.35, and 1919 PA 232, MCL 14.101 to


14.102, and as otherwise provided by law.

 

     Sec. 303. The attorney general may sell copies of the biennial

 

report in excess of the 350 copies that the attorney general may

 

distribute on a gratis basis. Gratis copies shall not be provided

 

to members of the legislature. Electronic copies of biennial

 

reports shall be made available on the department of attorney

 

general's website. The attorney general shall sell copies of the

 

report at not less than the actual cost of the report and shall

 

deposit the money received into the general fund.

 

     Sec. 304. The department of attorney general is responsible

 

for the legal representation for state of Michigan state employee

 

worker's disability compensation cases. The risk management

 

revolving fund revenue appropriation in part 1 is to be satisfied

 

by billings from the department of attorney general for the actual

 

costs of legal representation, including salaries and support

 

costs.

 

     Sec. 305. In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, not

 

more than $400,000.00 shall be reimbursed per fiscal year for food

 

stamp fraud cases heard by the third circuit court of Wayne County

 

that were initiated by the department of attorney general pursuant

 

to the existing contract between the department of health and human

 

services, the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, and

 

the department of attorney general. The source of this funding is

 

money earned by the department of attorney general under the

 

agreement after the allowance for reimbursement to the department

 

of attorney general for costs associated with the prosecution of

 

food stamp fraud cases. It is recognized that the federal funds are


earned by the department of attorney general for its documented

 

progress on the prosecution of food stamp fraud cases according to

 

the United States Department of Agriculture regulations and that,

 

once earned by this state, the funds become state funds.

 

     Sec. 306. Any proceeds from a lawsuit initiated by or

 

settlement agreement entered into on behalf of this state against a

 

manufacturer of tobacco products by the attorney general are state

 

funds and are subject to appropriation as provided by law.

 

     Sec. 307. (1) In addition to the antitrust revenues in part 1,

 

antitrust, securities fraud, consumer protection or class action

 

enforcement revenues, or attorney fees recovered by the department,

 

not to exceed $250,000.00, are appropriated to the department for

 

antitrust, securities fraud, and consumer protection or class

 

action enforcement cases.

 

     (2) Any unexpended funds from antitrust, securities fraud, or

 

consumer protection or class action enforcement revenues at the end

 

of the fiscal year, including antitrust funds in part 1, may be

 

carried forward for expenditure in the following fiscal year up to

 

the maximum authorization of $250,000.00. The total amount of carry

 

forward funds shall not exceed a total of $250,000.00.

 

     (3) The attorney general's office shall make available upon

 

request information detailing the amount of revenue from subsection

 

(1) recovered by the attorney general, including a description of

 

the source of the revenue and the carryforward amount.

 

     Sec. 309. (1) From the prisoner reimbursement funds

 

appropriated in part 1, the department may spend up to $542,000.00

 

on activities related to the state correctional facility


reimbursement act, 1935 PA 253, MCL 800.401 to 800.406. In addition

 

to the funds appropriated in part 1, if the department collects in

 

excess of $1,131,000.00 in gross annual prisoner reimbursement

 

receipts provided to the general fund, the excess, up to a maximum

 

of $1,000,000.00, is appropriated to the department of attorney

 

general and may be spent on the representation of the department of

 

corrections and its officers, employees, and agents, including, but

 

not limited to, the defense of litigation against the state, its

 

departments, officers, employees, or agents in civil actions filed

 

by prisoners.

 

     (2) The attorney general's office shall make available upon

 

request information on the dollar amount of prisoner reimbursements

 

collected from subsection (1) as well as descriptions of all

 

expenditures made from the reimbursements, including what

 

activities related to the state correctional facility reimbursement

 

act, 1935 PA 253, MCL 800.401 to 800.406, funds were spent on.

 

     Sec. 309a. Not later than March 1, the department of attorney

 

general must report to the house and senate appropriations

 

subcommittees with jurisdiction over the budget of the department

 

of corrections, and the house and senate fiscal agencies, the total

 

amount of reimbursements received under section 6 of the state

 

correctional facility reimbursement act, 1935 PA 253, MCL 800.406,

 

the amount paid to conduct the investigations from these

 

reimbursements, and the amount credited to the general fund from

 

these reimbursements.

 

     Sec. 310. (1) For the purposes of providing title IV-D child

 

support enforcement funding, the attorney general shall maintain a


cooperative agreement with the department of health and human

 

services, as the state IV-D agency, for federal IV-D funding to

 

support the child support enforcement activities within the office

 

of the attorney general.

 

     (2) The attorney general or his or her designee shall, to the

 

extent allowable under federal law, have access to any information

 

used by the state to locate parents who fail to pay court-ordered

 

child support.

 

     Sec. 312. The department of attorney general shall not receive

 

and expend funds in addition to those authorized in part 1 for

 

legal services provided specifically to other state departments or

 

agencies except for costs for expert witnesses, court costs, or

 

other nonsalary litigation expenses associated with a pending legal

 

action.

 

     Sec. 313. The department of attorney general must submit a

 

quarterly report to the house and senate standing committees on

 

appropriations, the house and senate appropriations subcommittees

 

on general government, the house and senate fiscal agencies, and

 

the state budget office, regarding the lawsuit settlement proceeds

 

fund that includes all of the following:

 

     (a) The total amount of revenue deposited into the lawsuit

 

settlement proceeds fund in the current fiscal year delineated by

 

case.

 

     (b) The total amount appropriated from the lawsuit settlement

 

proceeds fund in the current fiscal year delineated by

 

appropriation.

 

     (c) Earned settlement proceeds that are anticipated but not


yet deposited into the fund delineated by case.

 

     (d) Any known potential settlement amounts from cases that

 

have not been decided, delineated by case.

 

     Sec. 314. (1) From the lawsuit settlement proceeds fund

 

appropriated in part 1, the department may spend the funds for the

 

costs of all associated expenses related to the declaration of

 

emergency due to drinking water contamination up to $2,600,000.00.

 

     (2) The attorney general's office must submit a quarterly

 

report to the house and senate standing committees on

 

appropriations, the house and senate appropriations subcommittees

 

on general government, the senate and house fiscal agencies, and

 

the state budget director, detailing how funds in subsection (1)

 

and all other currently and previously budgeted funds associated

 

with legal costs pertaining to the Flint water declaration of

 

emergency were expended. The report must itemize expenditures by

 

case, purpose, hourly rate of retained attorney, and department

 

involved.

 

     (3) As a condition of receiving funds appropriated in part 1,

 

the attorney general must not retain the services of an outside

 

counsel associated with the declaration of emergency due to

 

drinking water contamination at an hourly rate of more than $250.00

 

unless all reporting requirements under subsection (2) are

 

satisfied.

 

     Sec. 315. Total authorized appropriations from all sources

 

under part 1 for legacy costs for the fiscal year ending September

 

30, 2020 are $17,223,800.00. From this amount, total agency

 

appropriations for pension-related legacy costs are estimated at


$8,372,900.00. Total agency appropriations for retiree health care

 

legacy costs are estimated at $8,850,900.00.

 

     Sec. 316. (1) From the funds appropriated in part 1 for sexual

 

assault law enforcement efforts, the department shall use the funds

 

for testing of backlogged sexual assault kits across this state.

 

The funding provided in part 1 shall be distributed in the

 

following order of priority:

 

     (a) To eliminate all county sexual assault kit backlogs across

 

this state.

 

     (b) To assist local prosecutors with investigations and

 

prosecutions of viable cases.

 

     (c) To provide victim services.

 

     (2) The department of the attorney general shall provide a

 

report by February 1. The report shall include the following

 

information:

 

     (a) The number of sexual assault kits across this state that

 

remain untested as of January 31.

 

     (b) A detailed work plan outlining the department's action

 

plan to eliminate all outstanding sexual assault kits and the time

 

frame for completion of testing of all untested sexual assault

 

kits.

 

     (c) A detailed work and spending plan outlining anticipated

 

litigation action and expenditures resulting from findings of the

 

sexual assault kit testing. The report shall be submitted to the

 

state budget office, the senate and house fiscal agencies, and the

 

senate and house of representatives standing committees on

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government.


     (3) Any funds remaining after the department has met the

 

obligations required under subsection (1) may be used for the

 

purpose of retesting any previously tested sexual assault kits

 

across this state using currently available DNA testing. Funds only

 

may be used for DNA testing on previously tested kits that were not

 

tested for DNA. If there are remaining untested sexual assault kits

 

on January 31, 2020, funds appropriated in part 1 shall only be

 

used for the testing of those kits.

 

     Sec. 317. (1) The department of attorney general shall report

 

all legal costs and associated expenses related to the declaration

 

of emergency due to drinking water contamination, and the

 

investigations and any resulting prosecutions, for publication in

 

the Flint water emergency-financial and activities tracking and

 

reporting document that is posted by the state budget director on

 

the public website, michigan.gov/flintwater. The tracking and

 

reporting documents shall include the budget line item source for

 

each expenditure.

 

     (2) At the conclusion of all attorney general investigations

 

related to the declaration of emergency due to drinking water

 

contamination, all materials related to any investigations shall be

 

preserved pursuant to applicable document retention policies.

 

     Sec. 319. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the attorney

 

general shall provide a quarterly report on the wrongful

 

imprisonment compensation fund to the chairpersons of the

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government, the senate and

 

house fiscal agencies, and the state budget director. The report

 

shall include at least the following:


     (a) All payments made from the wrongful imprisonment fund in

 

the previous quarter, including if the payment is part of a new

 

settlement or part of an installment plan.

 

     (b) Any settlements that have been decided, but have yet to

 

receive a payment.

 

     (c) The number of known cases seeking a settlement, but do not

 

have a final judgment, and the dollar amount of each potential

 

payment for these known cases.

 

     (d) The balance of the wrongful imprisonment fund at the end

 

of the previous quarter.

 

     Sec. 320. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

department of attorney general shall do all of the following:

 

     (a) Notify the appropriation chairs and fiscal agencies of all

 

lawsuit settlements with a fiscal impact of $5,000,000.00 or more

 

no later than 10 days after a settlement is reached. It is the

 

intent of the legislature that any lawsuit settlement must take

 

into consideration the potential cost and tax dollar impact to

 

Michigan taxpayers as part of the settlement negotiations process.

 

     (b) Not enter into any lawsuit that is contrary to the laws of

 

this state.

 

     (c) Enforce the laws of this state.

 

     Sec. 321. Upon entering into a lawsuit against the federal

 

government, either on this state's own accord or accompanied by

 

other states, the department of attorney general must submit a

 

notification of the lawsuit filing to the chairpersons of the house

 

and senate appropriations subcommittees on general government. The

 

notification must include an estimate of all financial costs to


this state for participating in the legal action. Upon the request

 

of either chairperson of the house or senate appropriations

 

subcommittee on general government, the attorney general, and not a

 

designee of the attorney general, must appear before the house or

 

senate appropriations subcommittees on general government and

 

present the department's findings and discovery material that led

 

to the filing of the lawsuit. This appearance and presentation must

 

take place no later than 30 business days after the request for the

 

appearance.

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL RIGHTS

 

     Sec. 401. (1) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1,

 

there is appropriated an amount not to exceed $1,000,000.00 for

 

federal contingency funds. These funds are not available for

 

expenditure until they have been transferred to another line item

 

in part 1 under section 393(2) of the management and budget act,

 

1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393.

 

     (2) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $375,000.00 for private

 

contingency funds. These funds are not available for expenditure

 

until they have been transferred to another line item in part 1

 

under section 393(2) of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1393.

 

     Sec. 402. (1) In addition to the appropriations contained in

 

part 1, the department of civil rights may receive and expend funds

 

from local or private sources for all of the following purposes:

 

     (a) Developing and presenting training for employers on equal

 


employment opportunity law and procedures.

 

     (b) The publication and sale of civil rights related

 

informational material.

 

     (c) The provision of copy material made available under

 

freedom of information requests.

 

     (d) Other copy fees, subpoena fees, and witness fees.

 

     (e) Developing, presenting, and participating in mediation

 

processes for certain civil rights cases.

 

     (f) Workshops, seminars, and recognition or award programs

 

consistent with the programmatic mission of the individual unit

 

sponsoring or coordinating the programs.

 

     (g) Staffing costs for all activities included in this

 

subsection.

 

     (2) The department of civil rights shall annually report to

 

the state budget director, the senate and house of representatives

 

standing committees on appropriations, the chairpersons of the

 

relevant appropriations subcommittees, and the senate and house

 

fiscal agencies the amount of funds received and expended for

 

purposes authorized under this section.

 

     Sec. 403. The department of civil rights may contract with

 

local units of government to review equal employment opportunity

 

compliance of potential contractors and may charge for and expend

 

amounts received from local units of government for the purpose of

 

developing and providing these contractual services.

 

     Sec. 404. (1) The department of civil rights shall prepare and

 

transmit a detailed report that includes, but is not limited to,

 

the following information for the most recent fiscal year:


     (a) A detailed description of the department operations.

 

     (b) A detailed description of all subunits within the

 

department, including FTE positions associated with each subunit,

 

responsibilities of each subunit, and all revenues and expenditures

 

for each subunit.

 

     (c) The number of complaints by type of complaint.

 

     (d) The average cost of, and time expended, investigating

 

complaints.

 

     (e) The percentage of complaints that are meritorious and

 

worthy of investigation or settlement and the percentage of

 

complaints that have no merit.

 

     (f) A listing of amounts awarded to claimants.

 

     (g) Expenditures associated with complaint investigation and

 

enforcement.

 

     (h) A listing of complaint investigations closed per FTE

 

position for each of the past 5 years.

 

     (i) A listing of complaint evaluations completed per FTE

 

position for each of the past 5 years.

 

     (j) Productivity projections for the current fiscal year,

 

including investigations closed per FTE, complaint evaluations

 

completed per FTE, and average time expended investigating

 

complaints.

 

     (k) Revenues and expenditures associated with section 403 of

 

this part by local unit.

 

     (2) The report required under subsection (1) shall be posted

 

online and transmitted electronically not later than November 30 to

 

the state budget director, the chairpersons of the senate and house


of representatives standing committees on appropriations, the

 

senate and house appropriations subcommittees on general

 

government, and the senate and house fiscal agencies.

 

     Sec. 405. The department of civil rights shall notify the

 

state budget office, senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations, the chairpersons of the

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government, and senate and

 

house fiscal agencies prior to submitting a report or complaint to

 

the United States Commission on Civil Rights or other federal

 

departments.

 

     Sec. 410. Total authorized appropriations from all sources

 

under part 1 for legacy costs for the fiscal year ending September

 

30, 2020 are $2,516,500.00. From this amount, total agency

 

appropriations for pension-related legacy costs are estimated at

 

$1,223,300.00. Total agency appropriations for retiree health care

 

legacy costs are estimated at $1,293,200.00.

 

     Sec. 411. (1) From the funds appropriated in part 1 for

 

museums support, $500,000.00 shall be awarded to support an Arab-

 

American museum located in a county with a population over

 

1,300,000 and in a city with a population between 97,000 and

 

500,000 according to the most recent federal decennial census.

 

     (2) From the funds appropriated in part 1 for museums support,

 

$500,000.00 shall be awarded to support capital improvements to an

 

African-American museum in a city with a population greater than

 

600,000 according to the most recent federal decennial census.

 

     (3) From the funds appropriated in part 1 for museums support,

 

$500,000.00 shall be awarded to support a memorial center in a


county with a population between 1,000,000 and 1,700,000 and in a

 

city with a population between 79,000 and 80,000 according to the

 

most recent federal decennial census to expand educational access.

 

 

 

LEGISLATURE

 

     Sec. 600. The senate, the house of representatives, or an

 

agency within the legislative branch may receive, expend, and

 

transfer funds in addition to those authorized in part 1.

 

     Sec. 601. (1) Funds appropriated in part 1 to an entity within

 

the legislative branch shall not be expended or transferred to

 

another account without written approval of the authorized agent of

 

the legislative entity. If the authorized agent of the legislative

 

entity notifies the state budget director of its approval of an

 

expenditure or transfer before the year-end book-closing date for

 

that legislative entity, the state budget director shall

 

immediately make the expenditure or transfer. The authorized

 

legislative entity agency shall be designated by the speaker of the

 

house of representatives for house entities, the senate majority

 

leader for senate entities, and the legislative council for

 

legislative council entities.

 

     (2) Funds appropriated within the legislative branch, to a

 

legislative council component, shall not be expended by any agency

 

or other subgroup included in that component without the approval

 

of the legislative council.

 

     Sec. 602. The senate may charge rent and assess charges for

 

utility costs. The amounts received for rent charges and utility

 

assessments are appropriated to the senate for the renovation,

 


operation, and maintenance of the Binsfeld Office Building.

 

     Sec. 603. (1) From the appropriation contained in part 1 for

 

national association dues, the first $34,800.00 shall be paid to

 

the National Conference of Commissioners of Uniform State Laws. The

 

remaining funds shall be distributed accordingly by the legislative

 

council.

 

     (2) If any funds remain after all required dues payments have

 

been made as specified in subsection (1), the Legislative Council

 

may approve the use of up to $10,000.00 to pay for the registration

 

fees of any state employees who serve as board members to any of

 

the national associations receiving state funds for annual dues to

 

attend that national association's annual conference. If any of the

 

$10,000.00 remains after national board member's registration fees

 

are paid, the remaining funds may be used to pay for the

 

registration fees for any other state employees to attend the

 

annual conference of any of the national associations receiving

 

state funds for annual dues as prescribed in subsection (1).

 

     Sec. 604. (1) The appropriation in part 1 to the Michigan

 

state capitol historic site includes funds to operate the

 

legislative parking facilities in the capitol area. The Michigan

 

state capitol commission shall establish rules regarding the

 

operation of the legislative parking facilities.

 

     (2) The Michigan state capitol commission shall collect a fee

 

from state employees and the general public using certain

 

legislative parking facilities. The revenues received from the

 

parking fees are appropriated upon receipt and shall be allocated

 

by the Michigan state capitol commission.


     Sec. 605. The unexpended funds appropriated in part 1 for the

 

legislative council are designated as a work project appropriation,

 

and any unencumbered or unallotted funds shall not lapse at the end

 

of the fiscal year and shall be available for expenditures for

 

projects under this section until the projects have been completed.

 

The following is in compliance with section 451a of the management

 

and budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1451a:

 

     (a) The purpose of the project is publication of the Michigan

 

manual.

 

     (b) The project will be accomplished by utilizing state

 

employees or contracts with service providers, or both.

 

     (c) The total estimated cost of the project is $3,000,000.00.

 

     (d) The tentative completion date is September 30, 2024.

 

     Sec. 606. The unexpended funds appropriated in part 1 for

 

property management are designated as a work project appropriation,

 

and any unencumbered or unallotted funds shall not lapse at the end

 

of the fiscal year and shall be available for expenditures for

 

projects under this section until the projects have been completed.

 

The following is in compliance with section 451a of the management

 

and budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1451a:

 

     (a) The purpose of the project is to purchase equipment and

 

services for building maintenance in order to ensure a safe and

 

productive work environment.

 

     (b) The project will be accomplished by utilizing state

 

employees or contracts with service providers, or both.

 

     (c) The total estimated cost of the project is $2,000,000.00.

 

     (d) The tentative completion date is September 30, 2024.


     Sec. 607. The unexpended funds appropriated in part 1 for

 

automated data processing are designated as a work project

 

appropriation, and any unencumbered or unallotted funds shall not

 

lapse at the end of the fiscal year and shall be available for

 

expenditures for projects under this section until the projects

 

have been completed. The following is in compliance with section

 

451a of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1451a:

 

     (a) The purpose of the project is to purchase equipment,

 

software, and services in order to support and implement data

 

processing requirements and technology improvements.

 

     (b) The project will be accomplished by utilizing state

 

employees or contracts with service providers, or both.

 

     (c) The total estimated cost of the project is $3,000,000.00.

 

     (d) The tentative completion date is September 30, 2024.

 

     Sec. 608. In addition to funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

Michigan capitol committee publications save the flags fund account

 

may accept contributions, gifts, bequests, devises, grants, and

 

donations. Those funds that are not expended in the fiscal year

 

ending September 30 shall not lapse at the close of the fiscal

 

year, and shall be carried forward for expenditure in the following

 

fiscal years.

 

     Sec. 615. Total authorized appropriations from all sources

 

under part 1 for legacy costs for the fiscal year ending September

 

30, 2020 are $27,415,800.00. From this amount, total agency

 

appropriations for pension-related legacy costs are estimated at

 

$13,327,500.00. Total agency appropriations for retiree health care

 

legacy costs are estimated at $14,088,300.00.


     Sec. 617. From the funds appropriated in part 1, on a

 

quarterly basis, the independent citizens redistricting commission

 

shall issue a report to the senate and house appropriations

 

subcommittees on general government, the senate and house fiscal

 

agencies, and the state budget director that provides a detailed

 

listing of expenditures related to independent citizens

 

redistricting commission activities. In addition to providing a

 

listing of expenditures, the report must also include a detailed

 

description of activities undertaken to fulfill the independent

 

citizens redistricting commission's constitutional

 

responsibilities.

 

 

 

LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR GENERAL

 

     Sec. 620. Pursuant to section 53 of article IV of the state

 

constitution of 1963, the auditor general shall conduct audits of

 

the judicial branch. The audits may include the supreme court and

 

its administrative units, the court of appeals, and trial courts.

 

     Sec. 621. (1) The auditor general shall take all reasonable

 

steps to ensure that certified minority- and women-owned and

 

operated accounting firms, and accounting firms owned and operated

 

by persons with disabilities participate in the audits of the

 

books, accounts, and financial affairs of each principal executive

 

department, branch, institution, agency, and office of this state.

 

     (2) The auditor general shall strongly encourage firms with

 

which the auditor general contracts to perform audits of the

 

principal executive departments and state agencies to subcontract

 

with certified minority- and women-owned and operated accounting

 


firms, and accounting firms owned and operated by persons with

 

disabilities.

 

     (3) The auditor general shall compile an annual report

 

regarding the number of contracts entered into with certified

 

minority- and women-owned and operated accounting firms, and

 

accounting firms owned and operated by persons with disabilities.

 

The auditor general shall deliver the report to the state budget

 

director and the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations subcommittees on general government by

 

November 1 of each year.

 

     Sec. 622. From the funds appropriated in part 1 to the

 

legislative auditor general, the auditor general's salary and the

 

salaries of the remaining 2.0 FTE unclassified positions shall be

 

set by the speaker of the house of representatives, the senate

 

majority leader, the house of representatives minority leader, and

 

the senate minority leader.

 

     Sec. 623. Any audits, reviews, or investigations requested of

 

the auditor general by the legislature or by legislative

 

leadership, legislative committees, or individual legislators shall

 

include an estimate of the additional costs involved and, when

 

those costs exceed $50,000.00, should provide supplemental funding.

 

The auditor general shall determine whether to perform those

 

activities in keeping with Operations Manual Policy No. 2-26, which

 

describes the office of the auditor general's policy on responding

 

to legislative requests.

 

     Sec. 624. If the auditor general conducts a subsequent audit

 

pursuant to section 229 of this part, the auditor general may


charge fees and collect revenues in excess of appropriations in

 

part 1 not to exceed the cost of any audit conducted pursuant to

 

section 229 of this part. Any revenues and fees collected pursuant

 

to this section are appropriated for expenditure for all expenses

 

associated with an audit conducted pursuant to section 229 of this

 

part.

 

     Sec. 625. It is the intent of the legislature that the auditor

 

general be authorized to access and examine confidential

 

information of each branch, department, office, board, commission,

 

agency, authority, and institution of the state. The auditor

 

general would be subject to the same duty of confidentiality

 

imposed by law on the entity providing the confidential

 

information.

 

     Sec. 626. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the office of

 

auditor general shall conduct a performance audit of the Michigan

 

department of transportation's use and procurement of contract

 

consultants for evaluating construction material specifications and

 

availability, including the use and procurement of contract

 

consultants for the analysis of specifications and availability of

 

aggregate materials in this state. The scope of the audit must

 

include an evaluation of whether the department of transportation's

 

use and procurement of contract consultants for evaluating

 

construction material specifications and availability meet

 

generally accepted measures of efficiency, effectiveness, and best

 

practices, as well as conformance with state laws governing

 

procurement. The office of auditor general shall report the results

 

of the audit to the house of representatives and senate


appropriations committees, and the house and senate fiscal

 

agencies, by June 1, 2020.

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

 

     Sec. 701. (1) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1,

 

there is appropriated an amount not to exceed $2,000,000.00 for

 

federal contingency funds. These funds are not available for

 

expenditure until they have been transferred to another line item

 

in part 1 under section 393(2) of the management and budget act,

 

1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393.

 

     (2) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $2,500,000.00 for state

 

restricted contingency funds. These funds are not available for

 

expenditure until they have been transferred to another line item

 

in part 1 under section 393(2) of the management and budget act,

 

1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393.

 

     (3) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $25,000.00 for local

 

contingency funds. These funds are not available for expenditure

 

until they have been transferred to another line item in part 1

 

under section 393(2) of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1393.

 

     (4) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 for private

 

contingency funds. These funds are not available for expenditure

 

until they have been transferred to another line item in part 1

 

under section 393(2) of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 


MCL 18.1393.

 

     Sec. 703. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

department of state shall sell copies of records including, but not

 

limited to, records of motor vehicles, off-road vehicles,

 

snowmobiles, watercraft, mobile homes, personal identification

 

cardholders, drivers, and boat operators and shall charge $11.00

 

per record sold only as authorized in section 208b of the Michigan

 

vehicle code, 1949 PA 300, MCL 257.208b, section 7 of 1972 PA 222,

 

MCL 28.297, and sections 80130, 80315, 81114, and 82156 of the

 

natural resources and environmental protection act, 1994 PA 451,

 

MCL 324.80130, 324.80315, 324.81114, and 324.82156. The revenue

 

received from the sale of records shall be credited to the

 

transportation administration collection fund created under section

 

810b of the Michigan vehicle code, 1949 PA 300, MCL 257.810b. The

 

department of state shall provide quarterly reports to the

 

legislature, the chairpersons of the relevant appropriations

 

subcommittees, and the senate and house fiscal agencies. The report

 

shall be provided within 15 days of the close of the quarter and

 

shall include the number of records sold and the revenues

 

collected.

 

     Sec. 704. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the secretary

 

of state may enter into agreements with the department of

 

corrections for the manufacture of vehicle registration plates 15

 

months before the registration year in which the registration

 

plates will be used.

 

     Sec. 705. (1) The department of state may accept gifts,

 

donations, contributions, and grants of money and other property


from any private or public source to underwrite, in whole or in

 

part, the cost of a departmental publication that is prepared and

 

disseminated under the Michigan vehicle code, 1949 PA 300, MCL

 

257.1 to 257.923. A private or public funding source may receive

 

written recognition in the publication and may furnish a traffic

 

safety message, subject to departmental approval, for inclusion in

 

the publication. The department may reject a gift, donation,

 

contribution, or grant. The department may furnish copies of a

 

publication underwritten, in whole or in part, by a private source

 

to the underwriter at no charge.

 

     (2) The department of state may sell and accept paid

 

advertising for placement in a departmental publication that is

 

prepared and disseminated under the Michigan vehicle code, 1949 PA

 

300, MCL 257.1 to 257.923. The department may charge and receive a

 

fee for any advertisement appearing in a departmental publication

 

and shall review and approve the content of each advertisement. The

 

department may refuse to accept advertising from any person or

 

organization. The department may furnish a reasonable number of

 

copies of a publication to an advertiser at no charge.

 

     (3) Pending expenditure, the funds received under this section

 

shall be deposited in the Michigan department of state publications

 

fund created by section 211 of the Michigan vehicle code, 1949 PA

 

300, MCL 257.211. Funds given, donated, or contributed to the

 

department from a private source are appropriated and allocated for

 

the purpose for which the revenue is furnished. Funds granted to

 

the department from a public source are allocated and may be

 

expended upon receipt. The department shall not accept a gift,


donation, contribution, or grant if receipt is conditioned upon a

 

commitment of state funding at a future date. Revenue received from

 

the sale of advertising is appropriated and may be expended upon

 

receipt.

 

     (4) Any unexpended revenues received under this section shall

 

be carried over into subsequent fiscal years and shall be available

 

for appropriation for the purposes described in this section.

 

     (5) On March 1 of each year, the department of state shall

 

file a report with the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations, the chairpersons of the relevant

 

appropriations subcommittees, the senate and house fiscal agencies,

 

and the state budget director. The report shall include all of the

 

following information:

 

     (a) The amount of gifts, contributions, donations, and grants

 

of money received by the department under this section for the

 

prior fiscal year.

 

     (b) A listing of the expenditures made from the amounts

 

received by the department as reported in subdivision (a).

 

     (c) A listing of any gift, donation, contribution, or grant of

 

property other than funding received by the department under this

 

section for the prior year.

 

     (d) The total revenue received from the sale of paid

 

advertising accepted under this section and a statement of the

 

total number of advertising transactions.

 

     (6) In addition to copies delivered without charge as the

 

secretary of state considers necessary, the department of state may

 

sell copies of manuals and other publications regarding the sale,


ownership, or operation or regulation of motor vehicles, with

 

amendments, at prices to be established by the secretary of state.

 

As used in this subsection, the term "manuals and other

 

publications" includes videos and proprietary electronic

 

publications. All funds received from sales of these manuals and

 

other publications shall be credited to the Michigan department of

 

state publications fund.

 

     Sec. 707. Funds collected by the department of state under

 

section 211 of the Michigan vehicle code, 1949 PA 300, MCL 257.211,

 

are appropriated for all expenses necessary to provide for the

 

costs of the publication. Funds are allotted for expenditure when

 

they are received by the department of treasury and shall not lapse

 

to the general fund at the end of the fiscal year.

 

     Sec. 708. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

department of state shall use available balances at the end of the

 

state fiscal year to provide payment to the department of state

 

police in the amount of $332,000.00 for the services provided by

 

the traffic accident records program as first appropriated in 1990

 

PA 196 and 1990 PA 208.

 

     Sec. 709. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

department of state may restrict funds from miscellaneous revenue

 

to cover cash shortages created from normal branch office

 

operations. This amount shall not exceed $50,000.00 of the total

 

funds available in miscellaneous revenue.

 

     Sec. 711. Collector plate and fund-raising registration plate

 

revenues collected by the department of state are appropriated and

 

allotted for distribution to the recipient university or public or


private agency overseeing a state-sponsored goal when received.

 

Distributions shall occur on a quarterly basis or as otherwise

 

authorized by law. Any revenues remaining at the end of the fiscal

 

year shall not lapse to the general fund but shall remain available

 

for distribution to the university or agency in the next fiscal

 

year.

 

     Sec. 712. The department of state may produce and sell copies

 

of a training video designed to inform registered automotive repair

 

facilities of their obligations under Michigan law. The price shall

 

not exceed the cost of production and distribution. The money

 

received from the sale of training videos shall revert to the

 

department of state and be placed in the auto repair facility

 

account.

 

     Sec. 713. (1) The department of state, in collaboration with

 

the gift of life transplantation society or its successor federally

 

designated organ procurement organization, may develop and

 

administer a public information campaign concerning the Michigan

 

organ donor program.

 

     (2) The department of state may solicit funds from any private

 

or public source to underwrite, in whole or in part, the public

 

information campaign authorized by this section. The department may

 

accept gifts, donations, contributions, and grants of money and

 

other property from private and public sources for this purpose. A

 

private or public funding source underwriting the public

 

information campaign, in whole or in substantial part, shall

 

receive sponsorship credit for its financial backing.

 

     (3) Funds received under this section, including grants from


state and federal agencies, shall not lapse to the general fund at

 

the end of the fiscal year but shall remain available for

 

expenditure for the purposes described in this section.

 

     (4) Funding appropriated in part 1 for the organ donor program

 

shall be used for producing a pamphlet to be distributed with

 

driver licenses and personal identification cards regarding organ

 

donations. The funds shall be used to update and print a pamphlet

 

that will explain the organ donor program and encourage people to

 

become donors by marking a checkoff on driver license and personal

 

identification card applications.

 

     (5) The pamphlet shall include a return reply form addressed

 

to the gift of life organization. Funding appropriated in part 1

 

for the organ donor program shall be used to pay for return postage

 

costs.

 

     (6) In addition to the appropriations in part 1, the

 

department of state may receive and expend funds from the organ and

 

tissue donation education fund for administrative expenses.

 

     (7) The department must submit a report to the house and

 

senate appropriations subcommittees on general government, the

 

senate and house fiscal agencies, and the state budget director by

 

March 1 that provides the amount of revenue collected by the

 

department of state authorized under this section, the purpose of

 

each expenditure, and the amount of revenue carried forward.

 

     Sec. 714. (1) Except as otherwise provided under subsection

 

(2), at least 180 days before closing a branch office or

 

consolidating a branch office and at least 60 days before

 

relocating a branch office, the department of state shall inform


members of the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations and legislators who represent affected

 

areas regarding the details of the proposal. The information

 

provided shall be in written form and include all analyses done

 

regarding criteria for changes in the location of branch offices,

 

including, but not limited to, branch transactions, revenue, and

 

the impact on citizens of the affected area. The impact on citizens

 

shall include information regarding additional distance to branch

 

office locations resulting from the plan. The written notice

 

provided by the department of state shall also include detailed

 

estimates of costs and savings that will result from the overall

 

changes made to the branch office structure and the same level of

 

detail regarding costs for new leased facilities and expansions of

 

current leased space.

 

     (2) If the consolidation of a branch office is with another

 

branch office that is located within the same local unit of

 

government or the relocation of a branch office is to another

 

location that is located within the same local unit of government,

 

the department of state is not required to provide the notification

 

or written information described in subsection (1).

 

     (3) As used in this section, "local unit of government" means

 

a city, village, township, or county.

 

     Sec. 715. (1) Any service assessment collected by the

 

department of state from the user of a credit or debit card under

 

section 3 of 1995 PA 144, MCL 11.23, may be used by the department

 

for necessary expenses related to that service and may be remitted

 

to a credit or debit card company, bank, or other financial


institution.

 

     (2) The service assessment imposed by the department of state

 

for credit and debit card services may be based either on a

 

percentage of each individual credit or debit card transaction, or

 

on a flat rate per transaction, or both, scaled to the amount of

 

the transaction. However, the department shall not charge any

 

amount for a service assessment which exceeds the costs billable to

 

the department for service assessments.

 

     (3) If there is a balance of service assessments received from

 

credit and debit card services remaining on September 30, the

 

balance may be carried forward to the following fiscal year and

 

appropriated for the same purpose.

 

     (4) As used in this section, "service assessment" means and

 

includes costs associated with service fees imposed by credit and

 

debit card companies and processing fees imposed by banks and other

 

financial institutions.

 

     Sec. 717. (1) The department of state may accept nonmonetary

 

gifts, donations, or contributions of property from any private or

 

public source to support, in whole or in part, the operation of a

 

departmental function relating to licensing, regulation, or safety.

 

The department may recognize a private or public contributor for

 

making the contribution. The department may reject a gift,

 

donation, or contribution.

 

     (2) The department of state shall not accept a gift, donation,

 

or contribution under subsection (1) if receipt of the gift,

 

donation, or contribution is conditioned upon a commitment of

 

future state funding.


     (3) On March 1 of each year, the department of state shall

 

file a report with the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations, the chairpersons of the relevant

 

appropriations subcommittees, the senate and house fiscal agencies,

 

and the state budget director. The report shall list any gift,

 

donation, or contribution received by the department under

 

subsection (1) for the prior calendar year.

 

     Sec. 719. From the funds appropriated in part 1 for election

 

administration and services, the department of state shall make

 

available at least 1 voting machine to at least 1 high school per

 

regional prosperity region for the purpose of allowing pupils to

 

familiarize themselves with the voting procedure through a

 

simulated election to be determined by the high schools receiving a

 

voting machine. The voting machines shall be made available to the

 

selected high schools at no cost to the high school or school

 

district in which the high school is located.

 

     Sec. 721. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

department of state must submit a quarterly report of all

 

department expenditures, itemized by purpose, associated with its

 

role as serving as secretary of the citizens redistricting

 

commission, and all other department activities related to

 

implementing section 6 of article IV of the state constitution of

 

1963. The report must be submitted to the house and senate

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government, the house and

 

senate fiscal agencies, and the state budget office.

 

     Sec. 721a. From the funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

department of state must submit a quarterly report of all


department expenditures, itemized by purpose, associated with

 

implementing changes and new procedures and purchasing equipment as

 

a result of section 4 of article II of the state constitution of

 

1963. The report must be submitted to the house and senate

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government, the house and

 

senate fiscal agencies, and the state budget office.

 

     Sec. 722. (1) From the funds appropriated in part 1 for

 

information technology services and projects, the department of

 

state shall continue implementation of a legacy modernization

 

project. The purpose of this project is modernization of the entire

 

system and removal of existing programs from the legacy mainframes.

 

     (2) The department of state shall provide a report on the

 

status of the legacy modernization project that includes, but is

 

not limited to, itemization of all expenditures made on behalf of

 

the project, anticipated completion date of the project, time frame

 

of each phase of the project, the cost of the project, the number

 

of employees assigned to implement each phase of the project, the

 

contracts entered into for the project, anticipated overall cost of

 

the project, and any other information the department considers

 

necessary. The plan shall be distributed to the senate and house of

 

representatives standing committees on appropriations subcommittees

 

on general government, as well as the senate and house fiscal

 

agencies, and the state budget director by January 1.

 

     Sec. 723. The funds appropriated in part 1 for county clerk

 

education and training shall only be used for costs associated with

 

the training of local clerks in preparation for elections. The

 

department of state shall not allocate any funds appropriated for


county clerk education and training for any other purposes.

 

     Sec. 725. Total authorized appropriations from all sources

 

under part 1 for legacy costs for the fiscal year ending September

 

30, 2020 are estimated at $29,065,400.00. From this amount, total

 

agency appropriations for pension-related legacy costs are

 

estimated at $14,129,400.00. Total agency appropriations for

 

retiree health care legacy costs are estimated at $14,936,000.00.

 

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT, AND BUDGET

 

     Sec. 801. (1) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1,

 

there is appropriated an amount not to exceed $2,000,000.00 for

 

federal contingency funds. These funds are not available for

 

expenditure until they have been transferred to another line item

 

in part 1 under section 393(2) of the management and budget act,

 

1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393.

 

     (2) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $4,000,000.00 for state

 

restricted contingency funds. These funds are not available for

 

expenditure until they have been transferred to another line item

 

in part 1 under section 393(2) of the management and budget act,

 

1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393.

 

     (3) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $75,000.00 for local

 

contingency funds. These funds are not available for expenditure

 

until they have been transferred to another line item in part 1

 

under section 393(2) of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1393.

 


     (4) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, there is

 

appropriated an amount not to exceed $50,000.00 for private

 

contingency funds. These funds are not available for expenditure

 

until they have been transferred to another line item in part 1

 

under section 393(2) of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1393.

 

     Sec. 802. Proceeds in excess of necessary costs incurred in

 

the conduct of transfers or auctions of state surplus, salvage, or

 

scrap property made pursuant to section 267 of the management and

 

budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1267, are appropriated to the

 

department to offset costs incurred in the acquisition and

 

distribution of surplus property. The MDTMB shall provide

 

consolidated internet auction services through the state's

 

contractors for all local units of government.

 

     Sec. 803. (1) The MDTMB may receive and expend funds in

 

addition to those authorized by part 1 for maintenance and

 

operation services provided specifically to other principal

 

executive departments or state agencies, the legislative branch,

 

the judicial branch, or private tenants, or provided in connection

 

with facilities transferred to the operational jurisdiction of the

 

department.

 

     (2) The MDTMB may receive and expend funds in addition to

 

those authorized by part 1 for real estate, architectural, design,

 

and engineering services provided specifically to other principal

 

executive departments or state agencies, the legislative branch,

 

the judicial branch, or private tenants.

 

     (3) The MDTMB may receive and expend funds in addition to


those authorized in part 1 for mail pickup and delivery services

 

provided specifically to other principal executive departments and

 

state agencies, the legislative branch, or the judicial branch.

 

     (4) The MDTMB may receive and expend funds in addition to

 

those authorized in part 1 for purchasing services provided

 

specifically to other principal executive departments and state

 

agencies, the legislative branch, or the judicial branch.

 

     Sec. 804. (1) Financing in part 1 for statewide appropriations

 

shall be funded by assessments against longevity and insurance

 

appropriations throughout state government in a manner prescribed

 

by the department. Funds shall be used as specified in joint

 

labor/management agreements or through the coordinated compensation

 

hearings process. Any deposits made under this subsection and any

 

unencumbered funds are restricted revenues, may be carried over

 

into the succeeding fiscal years, and are appropriated.

 

     (2) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1 for

 

statewide appropriations, the MDTMB may receive and expend funds in

 

such additional amounts as may be specified in joint

 

labor/management agreements or through the coordinated compensation

 

hearings process in the same manner and subject to the same

 

conditions as prescribed in subsection (1).

 

     Sec. 805. To the extent a specific appropriation is required

 

for a detailed source of financing included in part 1 for the MDTMB

 

appropriations financed from special revenue and internal service

 

and pension trust funds, or SIGMA user charges, the specific

 

amounts are appropriated within the special revenue internal

 

service and pension trust funds in portions not to exceed the


aggregate amount appropriated in part 1.

 

     Sec. 806. In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1 to

 

the MDTMB, the MDTMB may receive and expend funds from other

 

principal executive departments and state agencies to implement

 

administrative leave bank transfer provisions as may be specified

 

in joint labor/management agreements. The amounts may also be

 

transferred to other principal executive departments and state

 

agencies under the joint agreement and any amounts transferred

 

under the joint agreement are authorized for receipt and

 

expenditure by the receiving principal executive department or

 

state agency. Any amounts received by the MDTMB under this section

 

and intended, under the joint labor/management agreements, to be

 

available for use beyond the close of the fiscal year and any

 

unencumbered funds may be carried over into the succeeding fiscal

 

year.

 

     Sec. 807. Financing in part 1 for SIGMA shall be funded by

 

proportionate charges assessed against the respective state funds

 

benefiting from this project in the amounts determined by the

 

department.

 

     Sec. 808. (1) Deposits against the interdepartmental grant

 

from building occupancy and parking charges appropriated in part 1

 

shall be collected, in part, from state agencies, the legislative

 

branch, and the judicial branch based on estimated costs associated

 

with maintenance and operation of buildings managed by the

 

department. To the extent excess revenues are collected due to

 

estimates of building occupancy charges exceeding actual costs, the

 

excess revenues may be carried forward into succeeding fiscal years


for the purpose of returning funds to state agencies.

 

     (2) Appropriations in part 1 to the MDTMB, for management and

 

budget services from building occupancy charges and parking

 

charges, may be increased to return excess revenue collected to

 

state agencies.

 

     Sec. 809. On a quarterly basis, the MDTMB shall notify the

 

chairpersons of the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations, the chairpersons of the senate and

 

house of representatives standing committees on appropriations

 

subcommittees on general government, the house and senate fiscal

 

agencies, and the state budget director on any revisions either

 

individually or in the aggregate that increase or decrease current

 

contracts by more than $500,000.00 for computer software

 

development, hardware acquisition, or quality assurance.

 

     Sec. 810. From the funds appropriated in part 1, MDTMB shall

 

maintain an internet website that contains notice of all

 

solicitations, invitations for bids, and requests for proposals

 

over $50,000.00 issued by MDTMB or by any state agency operating

 

under delegated authority, except for solicitations up to

 

$500,000.00 in accordance with department policy regarding

 

providing opportunities to Michigan small businesses,

 

geographically disadvantaged business enterprises, Michigan

 

veteran-owned business, Michigan service disabled veteran-owned

 

businesses, or Michigan recognized community rehabilitation

 

organizations, or in situations where it would be in the best

 

interest of this state and documented by MDTMB. This information

 

must appear on the first page of each department or state agency


dashboard. MDTMB shall not set the due date for acceptance of an

 

invitation for bid or request for proposal to less than 14 days

 

after the notice is made available on the internet website, except

 

in situations where it would be in the best interest of this state

 

and documented by the department. In addition to the requirements

 

of this section, MDTMB may advertise the solicitations, invitations

 

for bids, and requests for proposals in any manner MDTMB determines

 

appropriate, in order to give the greatest number of individuals

 

and businesses the opportunity to respond, or make bids or requests

 

for proposals.

 

     Sec. 811. The MDTMB may receive and expend funds from the

 

Vietnam veterans memorial monument fund as provided in the Michigan

 

Vietnam veterans memorial act, 1988 PA 234, MCL 35.1051 to 35.1057.

 

Funds are appropriated and allocated when received and may be

 

expended upon receipt.

 

     Sec. 812. The Michigan veterans' memorial park commission may

 

receive and expend money from any source, public or private,

 

including, but not limited to, gifts, grants, donations of money,

 

and government appropriations, for the purposes described in

 

Executive Order No. 2001-10. Funds are appropriated and allocated

 

when received and may be expended upon receipt. Any deposits made

 

under this section and unencumbered funds are restricted revenues

 

and may be carried over into succeeding fiscal years.

 

     Sec. 813. (1) Funds in part 1 for motor vehicle fleet are

 

appropriated to the MDTMB for administration and for the

 

acquisition, lease, operation, maintenance, repair, replacement,

 

and disposal of state motor vehicles.


     (2) The appropriation in part 1 for motor vehicle fleet shall

 

be funded by revenue from rates charged to principal executive

 

departments and agencies for utilizing vehicle travel services

 

provided by the MDTMB. Revenue in excess of the amount appropriated

 

in part 1 from the motor transport fund and any unencumbered funds

 

are restricted revenues and may be carried over into the succeeding

 

fiscal year.

 

     (3) Pursuant to the MDTMB's authority under sections 213 and

 

215 of the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1213 and

 

18.1215, the MDTMB shall maintain a plan regarding the operation of

 

the motor vehicle fleet. The plan shall include the number of

 

vehicles assigned to, or authorized for use by, state departments

 

and agencies, efforts to reduce travel expenditures, the number of

 

cars in the motor vehicle fleet, the number of miles driven by

 

fleet vehicles, and the number of gallons of fuel consumed by fleet

 

vehicles. The plan shall include a calculation of the amount of

 

state motor vehicle fuel taxes that would have been incurred by

 

fleet vehicles if fleet vehicles were required by law to pay motor

 

fuel taxes. The plan shall include a description of fleet garage

 

operations, the goods sold and services provided by the fleet

 

garage, the cost to operate the fleet garage, the number of fleet

 

garage locations, and the number of employees assigned to each

 

fleet garage. The plan may be adjusted during the fiscal year based

 

on needs and cost savings to achieve the maximum value and

 

efficiency from the state motor fleet. Within 60 days after the

 

close of the fiscal year, the MDTMB shall provide a report to the

 

senate and house of representatives standing committees on


appropriations, the chairpersons of the relevant appropriations

 

subcommittees, the senate and house fiscal agencies, and the state

 

budget director detailing the current plan and changes made to the

 

plan during the fiscal year. The plan shall also be posted on the

 

department website.

 

     (4) The MDTMB may charge state agencies for fuel cost

 

increases that exceed $3.04 per gallon of unleaded gasoline. The

 

MDTMB shall notify state agencies, in writing or by electronic

 

mail, at least 30 days before implementing additional charges for

 

fuel cost increases. Revenues received from these charges are

 

appropriated upon receipt.

 

     (5) The state budget director, upon notification to the senate

 

and house of representatives standing committees on appropriations,

 

may adjust spending authorization and the IDG from motor transport

 

fund in the MDTMB in order to ensure that the appropriations for

 

motor vehicle fleet in the MDTMB budget equal the expenditures for

 

motor vehicle fleet in the budgets for all executive branch

 

agencies.

 

     Sec. 814. The MDTMB shall develop a plan regarding the use of

 

the funds appropriated in part 1 for the information technology

 

investment fund. The plan shall include, but not be limited to, a

 

description of proposed information technology investment projects,

 

the time frame for completion of the information technology

 

investment projects, the proposed cost of the information

 

technology investment projects, the number of employees assigned to

 

implement each information technology investment project, the

 

contracts entered into for each information technology investment


project, and any other information the MDTMB deems necessary. The

 

plan shall be distributed to the senate and house of

 

representatives standing committees on appropriations subcommittees

 

on general government, as well as the senate and house fiscal

 

agencies, and the state budget director on a quarterly basis. The

 

submitted plan shall also include anticipated spending reductions

 

or overages for each of the proposed information technology

 

investment projects. The MDTMB shall notify the senate and house of

 

representatives standing committees on appropriations subcommittees

 

on general government, the senate and house fiscal agencies, and

 

the state budget director when a project funded under an

 

information technology investment project line item in part 1 is

 

expected to require a transfer of dollars from another project in

 

excess of $500,000.00.

 

     Sec. 814a. The funds appropriated in part 1 for information

 

technology investment fund shall be used for the modernization of

 

state information technology systems, improvement of the state's

 

cyber security framework, and to achieve efficiencies.

 

     Sec. 816. An RFP issued for the purpose of privatization shall

 

include all factors used in evaluating and determining price.

 

     Sec. 817. From the funds appropriated in part 1 for

 

enterprisewide special maintenance for state facilities, there is

 

$750,000.00 for MDTMB to work with the department of corrections on

 

awarding a contract to the most responsive and responsible best

 

value bidder for demolition of the former Deerfield Correctional

 

Facility.

 

     Sec. 818. In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1, the


MDTMB may receive and expend money from the Michigan law

 

enforcement officers memorial monument fund as provided in the

 

Michigan law enforcement officers memorial act, 2004 PA 177, MCL

 

28.781 to 28.787.

 

     Sec. 820. The MDTMB shall make available to the public a list

 

of all parcels of real property owned by the state that are

 

available for purchase. The list shall be posted on the internet

 

through the MDTMB's website.

 

     Sec. 821. (1) From the funds appropriated in part 1, on

 

October 1, 2019, and again by September 30, 2020, the office of

 

retirement services within MDTMB must produce a report on the

 

judges' retirement system, the military retirement system, the

 

Michigan public school employees' retirement system, the state

 

employees' retirement system, and the state police retirement

 

system. The report shall be distributed to the senate and house of

 

representatives standing committees on appropriations, the senate

 

and house fiscal agencies, and the state budget office.

 

     (2) The report must include, but is not limited to, the

 

following information for each of the aforementioned retirement

 

systems:

 

     (a) A chart and table detailing annual required contribution

 

flow per year for fiscal year 2020-2021 and the subsequent 24

 

fiscal years.

 

     (b) Separate annual required contribution payment charts and

 

tables for pension and other postemployment benefits.

 

     (c) Separate annual required contribution payment charts and

 

tables for the current annualized rate of return, an annualized


rate of return 50 basis points less than the current annualized

 

rate of return, and an annualized rate of return 100 basis points

 

less than the current annualized rate of return.

 

     (d) Separate annual required contribution payment charts and

 

tables by normal cost and unfunded actuarial accrued liability.

 

     (e) A justification if the payroll growth assumption is

 

maintained at or above 0% for any pension or OPEB plan. The report

 

must include an analysis as of active employee plan member

 

forecasts.

 

     (3) The report must include the following items specific to

 

the Michigan public school employees' retirement system:

 

     (a) A copy of the retirement plan election guide that is

 

provided to new Michigan public school employees' retirement system

 

hires as of the due date of the report.

 

     (b) The number of new Michigan public school employees'

 

retirement system employees who entered the defined contribution

 

plan and pension plus II plan during no later than 14 days after

 

the end of the current fiscal year.

 

     (c) An explanation of how the retirement plan election guide

 

explains that pension plus II members must pay 50% of any future

 

unfunded actuarial accrued liability payments.

 

     (d) An explanation of how the retirement plan election guide

 

explains that defined contribution plan members have annuity

 

options that allow for guaranteed retirement income available

 

through a private insurance company.

 

     (e) If any calculations are provided to plan members for

 

expected retirement income, then the following items must be


included:

 

     (i) An explanation of how the retirement plan election guide

 

demonstrates a range of potential outcomes.

 

     (ii) The underlying assumptions the retirement plan election

 

guide uses to calculate expected future retirement income.

 

     (iii) How underlying assumptions are disclosed in the guide.

 

     (4) The report must include the amount of money that each

 

school district received, on a per pupil basis, in foundation

 

allowances that was spent on Michigan public school employees'

 

retirement system costs in the previous fiscal year.

 

     (5) At the end of the fiscal year, the office of retirement

 

services has 90 days to post the most recent year's comprehensive

 

annual financial report for each plan described in subsection (1).

 

     Sec. 822. The MDTMB shall compile a report by January 1

 

pertaining to the salaries of unclassified employees, as well as

 

gubernatorial appointees, within all state departments and

 

agencies. The report shall enumerate each unclassified employee and

 

gubernatorial appointee and his or her annual salary individually.

 

The report shall be distributed to the chairs of the senate and

 

house of representatives standing committees on appropriations

 

subcommittees on general government, as well as the senate and

 

house fiscal agencies and be made available electronically.

 

     Sec. 822b. (1) A public-private partnership investment fund is

 

created in the MDTMB. Subject to subsections (2) and (3), public-

 

private partnership investments shall include, but are not limited

 

to, all of the following:

 

     (a) Capital asset improvements including buildings, land, or


structures.

 

     (b) Energy resource exploration, extraction, generation, and

 

sales.

 

     (c) Financial and investment incentive opportunities.

 

     (d) Infrastructure construction, maintenance, and operation.

 

     (e) Public-private sector joint ventures that provide economic

 

benefit to an area or to the state.

 

     (2) Public-private investments shall not include projects,

 

consultant expenses, staff effort, or any other activity related to

 

the development, financing, construction, operation, or

 

implementation of the Gordie Howe International Crossing or any

 

successor project unless the project is approved by the legislature

 

and signed into law.

 

     (3) The state budget director shall determine whether or not a

 

specific public-private partnership investment opportunity

 

qualifies for funding under subsection (1).

 

     (4) Investment development revenue, including a portion of the

 

proceeds from the sale of any public-private partnership investment

 

designated in subsection (1), shall be deposited into the fund

 

created in subsection (1) and shall be available for

 

administration, development, financing, marketing, and operating

 

expenditures associated with public-private partnerships, unless

 

otherwise provided by law. Public-private partnership investments

 

authorized in subsection (1) are authorized for public or private

 

operation or sale consistent with state law. Expenditures from the

 

fund are authorized for investment purposes as designated in

 

subsection (1) to enhance the marketable value of each investment.


The unencumbered balance remaining in the fund at the end of the

 

fiscal year may be carried forward for appropriation in future

 

years.

 

     (5) An annual report shall be transmitted to the senate and

 

house of representatives standing committees on appropriations, the

 

chairpersons of the relevant appropriations subcommittees, the

 

senate and house fiscal agencies, and the state budget office not

 

later than December 31 of each year. This report shall detail both

 

of the following:

 

     (a) The revenue and expenditure activity in the fund for the

 

preceding fiscal year.

 

     (b) Public-private partnership investments as identified under

 

subsection (1).

 

     (6) The MDTMB shall monitor the revenue deposited in the

 

public-private partnership investment fund created in subsection

 

(1). If the revenue in the fund is insufficient to pay the amount

 

appropriated in part 1 for public-private partnership investment,

 

then the MDTMB shall propose a legislative transfer to fund the

 

line from the appropriations in part 1.

 

     Sec. 822c. The funds appropriated in part 1 shall not be used

 

to support any staff effort, projects, consultant expenses, or any

 

other activity related to the development, financing, construction,

 

operation, or implementation of the Gordie Howe International

 

Crossing or any successor project unless the project is approved by

 

the legislature and signed into law.

 

     Sec. 822d. By December 31, the MDTMB shall provide a report to

 

the senate and house appropriations subcommittees on general


government and the senate and house fiscal agencies that identifies

 

fee and rate schedules to be used by state departments and agencies

 

for services, including information technology, provided by the

 

MDTMB during fiscal year 2019-2020. The report shall also identify

 

changes from fees and rates charged in fiscal year 2018-2019 and

 

include an explanation of the factors that justify each fee and

 

rate increase.

 

     Sec. 822e. Total authorized appropriations from all sources

 

under part 1 for legacy costs for the fiscal year ending September

 

30, 2020 are estimated at $83,662,000.00. From this amount, total

 

agency appropriations for pension-related legacy costs are

 

estimated at $40,670,000.00. Total agency appropriations for

 

retiree health care legacy costs are estimated at $42,992,000.00.

 

     Sec. 822f. (1) The funds appropriated in part 1 for the

 

regional prosperity initiative are to be used as competitive grants

 

to eligible regional planning organizations qualifying for funding

 

as a regional prosperity collaborative, a regional prosperity

 

council, or a regional prosperity board. A regional planning

 

organization may not qualify for funding under more than 1 category

 

in the same state fiscal year. As used in this section:

 

     (a) "Eligible regional planning organization" means any of the

 

following:

 

     (i) An existing regional planning commission created pursuant

 

to 1945 PA 281, MCL 125.11 to 125.25.

 

     (ii) An existing regional economic development commission

 

created pursuant to 1966 PA 46, MCL 125.1231 to 125.1237.

 

     (iii) An existing metropolitan area council formed pursuant to


the metropolitan councils act, 1989 PA 292, MCL 124.651 to 124.729.

 

     (iv) A Michigan metropolitan planning organization established

 

pursuant to the moving ahead for progress in the 21st century act,

 

Public Law 112-141.

 

     (b) "Freedom of Information Act" means the freedom of

 

information act, 5 USC 552.

 

     (c) "Open meetings act" means the open meetings act, 1976 PA

 

267, MCL 15.261 to 15.275.

 

     (d) "Regional prosperity board" means a regional body that has

 

a singular governing board with representation from private,

 

public, and nonprofit entities engaged in joint decision-making

 

practices for the purpose of creating or maintaining a phase three:

 

regional prosperity plan.

 

     (e) "Regional prosperity collaborative" means any committee

 

developed by a regional planning organization or a metropolitan

 

planning organization that serves to bring organizational

 

representation together from private, public, and nonprofit

 

entities within a region for the purpose of creating or maintaining

 

a phase one: regional prosperity plan.

 

     (f) "Regional prosperity council" means a regional body with

 

representation from private, public, and nonprofit entities with

 

shared administrative services and an executive governing entity,

 

as demonstrated by a formal local agreement or agreements for the

 

purpose of creating or maintaining a phase two: regional prosperity

 

plan.

 

     (2) Regional planning organizations may qualify to receive not

 

more than $245,000.00 of incentive-based funding as a regional


prosperity collaborative subject to meeting all of the following

 

requirements:

 

     (a) The regional prosperity collaborative has created a phase

 

one: regional prosperity plan, as follows:

 

     (i) The regional prosperity collaborative must include

 

regional representatives from adult education, workforce

 

development, community development, economic development,

 

transportation, and higher education organizations.

 

     (ii) The plan is required, at a minimum, to include a 5-year

 

plan focused on economic growth and vitality for the region, as

 

well as a performance dashboard and measurable annual goals to

 

support the 5-year plan.

 

     (iii) The 5-year plan shall address regional strategies

 

related to adult education, workforce development, economic

 

development, transportation, higher education, and business

 

development.

 

     (iv) The regional prosperity collaborative shall adopt the

 

plan by a minimum 2/3 majority vote of its members.

 

     (b) The regional prosperity collaborative adheres to

 

accountability and transparency measures required in the open

 

meetings act and the freedom of information act.

 

     (c) The regional prosperity collaborative convenes monthly

 

meetings, open to the public, to consider and discuss issues

 

leading to a common vision of economic prosperity for the region,

 

including, but not limited to, community development, economic

 

development, talent, and infrastructure opportunities.

 

     (d) The regional prosperity collaborative makes available on


the grant recipient's publicly accessible internet site pertinent

 

documents, including, but not limited to, monthly meeting agendas,

 

minutes of monthly meetings, voting records, and the regional

 

prosperity plan and performance dashboard.

 

     (e) The regional prosperity collaborative keeps a status

 

report detailing the spending associated with previous regional

 

prosperity initiative grants. Organizations that have successfully

 

received grant awards in previous fiscal years shall be required to

 

make available to the MDTMB and on a publicly accessible internet

 

site information regarding the use of those grant dollars.

 

     (3) Regional planning organizations eligible to receive a

 

payment as a regional prosperity collaborative under subsection (2)

 

may qualify to receive a one-time grant of not more than $70,000.00

 

to produce a plan to transform the regional prosperity

 

collaborative into a regional prosperity council or regional

 

prosperity board, including necessary local formal agreements, to

 

make recommendations that eliminate duplicative efforts and

 

administrative functions, and to leverage resources through

 

cooperation, collaboration, and consolidations of organizations or

 

programs throughout the region. Plans produced to transform the

 

regional prosperity collaborative into a regional prosperity

 

council or regional prosperity board shall be made available on the

 

grant recipient's publicly accessible internet site. The regional

 

prosperity collaborative may apply instead to use up to $70,000.00

 

of the one-time grant for integrated asset management under

 

guidance from the Michigan infrastructure council in the Michigan

 

department of treasury. The regional prosperity collaborative may


not apply for funds under both the transformation grant and the

 

integrated asset management grant.

 

     (4) Regional planning organizations may qualify to receive not

 

more than $340,000.00 of incentive-based funding as a regional

 

prosperity council subject to meeting all of the following

 

requirements:

 

     (a) A regional prosperity council has been formed and includes

 

regional representatives from adult education, workforce

 

development, community development, economic development,

 

transportation, and higher education organizations.

 

     (b) An eligible regional prosperity council will demonstrate

 

shared administrative services between 2 public regional entities

 

included in subdivision (a). In addition, the council must have and

 

maintain an executive governing entity, as demonstrated by a formal

 

local agreement or agreements.

 

     (c) The regional prosperity council has created a phase two:

 

regional prosperity plan, as follows:

 

     (i) The regional prosperity council shall identify

 

opportunities for shared administrative services and decision-

 

making among the private, public, and nonprofit entities within the

 

region and shall continue collaboration with regional prosperity

 

council members, including, but not limited to, representatives

 

from adult education providers, workforce development agencies,

 

community development agencies, economic development agencies,

 

transportation service providers, and higher education

 

institutions.

 

     (ii) The plan is required to include, but is not limited to,


all of the following:

 

     (A) A status report of the approved 5-year plan.

 

     (B) The addition of a 10-year plan for the region which builds

 

upon prior work and is focused on economic growth and vitality in

 

the region.

 

     (C) A prioritized list of regional projects.

 

     (D) A performance dashboard with measurable annual goals.

 

     (iii) The regional prosperity council shall adopt the plan by

 

a minimum 2/3 vote of its members.

 

     (d) The regional prosperity council adheres to accountability

 

and transparency measures required in the open meetings act and the

 

freedom of information act.

 

     (e) The regional prosperity council convenes monthly meetings,

 

open to the public, to consider and discuss issues leading to a

 

common vision of economic prosperity for the region, including, but

 

not limited to, community development, economic development,

 

talent, and infrastructure opportunities.

 

     (f) The regional prosperity council makes available on the

 

grant recipient's publicly accessible internet site pertinent

 

documents, including, but not limited to, monthly meeting agendas,

 

minutes of monthly meetings, voting records, and the regional

 

prosperity plan and performance dashboard.

 

     (g) The regional prosperity council keeps a status report

 

detailing the spending associated with previous regional prosperity

 

initiative grants. Organizations that have successfully received

 

grant awards in previous fiscal years shall be required to make

 

available to the MDTMB and on a publicly accessible internet site


information regarding the use of those grant dollars.

 

     (5) Regional planning organizations eligible to receive a

 

payment as a regional prosperity council under subsection (4) may

 

qualify to receive a one-time grant of not more than $70,000.00 to

 

produce a plan to transform the regional prosperity council into a

 

regional prosperity board, including a singular private/public

 

governance structure that comports with federal guidelines for

 

governance under the workforce investment act, Public Law 105-220,

 

the moving ahead for progress in the 21st century act, Public Law

 

112-141, the economic development administration and Appalachian

 

regional development reform act of 1998, Public Law 105-393, and

 

recommendations to eliminate duplicative efforts, administrative

 

functions, and leverage resources through cooperation,

 

collaboration, and consolidations of organizations or programs

 

throughout the region. The regional prosperity council may apply

 

instead to use up to $70,000.00 of the one-time grant for

 

integrated asset management under guidance from the Michigan

 

infrastructure council in the Michigan department of treasury. The

 

regional prosperity council may not apply for funds under both the

 

transformation grant and the integrated asset management grant.

 

     (6) Regional planning organizations may qualify to receive not

 

more than $445,000.00 of incentive-based funding as a regional

 

prosperity board subject to meeting all of the following

 

requirements:

 

     (a) The regional prosperity board has been formed and, at a

 

minimum, must demonstrate the consolidation of a regional

 

metropolitan planning organization, where one exists, state


designated regional planning agency boards, workforce development

 

boards, and federally designated regional economic development

 

districts within a region.

 

     (b) The regional prosperity board has created a phase three:

 

regional prosperity plan, as follows:

 

     (i) The regional prosperity board shall create a regional

 

services recommendations report prioritizing the list of state-

 

funded services and programs provided to the region, and

 

recommendations for state-regional partnerships to support the

 

adopted regional prosperity plan.

 

     (ii) The plan is required to include a status report of the

 

approved 10-year plan for the creation of an updated regional

 

prosperity plan.

 

     (iii) The regional prosperity board shall adopt the plan by a

 

minimum 2/3 vote of its members.

 

     (c) The regional prosperity board adheres to accountability

 

and transparency measures required in the open meetings act and the

 

freedom of information act.

 

     (d) The regional prosperity board convenes monthly meetings,

 

open to the public, to consider and discuss issues leading to a

 

common vision of economic prosperity for the region, including, but

 

not limited to, community development, economic development,

 

talent, and infrastructure opportunities.

 

     (e) The regional prosperity board makes available on the grant

 

recipient's publicly accessible internet site pertinent documents,

 

including, but not limited to, monthly meeting agendas, minutes of

 

monthly meetings, voting records, and the regional prosperity plan


and performance dashboard. The regional prosperity board may apply

 

instead to use up to $70,000.00 of the one-time grant for

 

integrated asset management under guidance from the Michigan

 

infrastructure council in the Michigan department of treasury. The

 

regional prosperity board may not apply for funds under both the

 

transformation grant and the integrated asset management grant.

 

     (7) Regional planning organizations eligible to receive a

 

payment as a regional prosperity board under subsection (6) may

 

qualify to receive not more than $125,000.00, to implement the

 

prioritized regional prosperity plan projects.

 

     (8) Regional planning organizations eligible to receive a

 

payment as a regional prosperity collaborative, board, or council

 

may partner with other eligible regional planning organizations to

 

submit joint applications. In the instance of a joint application,

 

1 regional planning organization shall be utilized as the overall

 

applicant. The MDTMB may award a joint application award of no

 

greater than the sum of potential application dollars which would

 

have otherwise been available through individual applications.

 

     (9) The MDTMB shall develop an application process and method

 

of grant distribution for the regional prosperity initiative.

 

Funding applications from regional planning organizations shall be

 

due to the MDTMB by November 26, 2019. The MDTMB shall notify

 

regional planning organizations of grant application status by

 

December 31, 2019. The MDTMB shall ensure that processes are

 

established to verify that qualifying regional planning

 

organizations meet the requirements under subsections (2), (3),

 

(4), (5), (6), and (7), as applicable.


     (10) Unexpended funds appropriated in part 1 for the regional

 

prosperity initiative are designated as work project

 

appropriations, and any unencumbered or unallotted funds shall not

 

lapse at the end of the fiscal year and shall be available for

 

expenditure for regional prosperity initiative projects under this

 

section until the projects have been completed. The following is in

 

compliance with section 451a of the management and budget act, 1984

 

PA 431, MCL 18.1451a:

 

     (a) The purpose of the projects is to provide incentive-based

 

grants to recipients under this section.

 

     (b) The projects will be accomplished by grants to qualified

 

regional planning organizations.

 

     (c) The total estimated cost of all projects is $3,970,000.00.

 

     (d) The estimated completion date is September 30, 2024.

 

     (11) The department may dedicate 0.3 FTEs with $30,000.00 to

 

manage the evaluation of the regional prosperity initiative,

 

departmental implementation of the regional prosperity initiative,

 

and grant management.

 

     Sec. 822g. The MDTMB shall report quarterly to the senate and

 

house of representatives standing committees on appropriations, the

 

senate and house appropriations subcommittees on general

 

government, and the senate and house fiscal agencies on legal

 

service fund expenditures. The report shall itemize expenditures by

 

case, purpose, and department involved and shall include

 

expenditures related to all previously appropriated funds.

 

     Sec. 822m. (1) From the funds appropriated in part 1, the

 

MDTMB shall establish a system that collaborates with other


departments to keep track of the performance of vendors in

 

fulfilling contract obligations. The performance of these vendors

 

shall be recorded and used as a factor to determine future

 

contracts awarded in the procurement process.

 

     (2) By March 15 the MDTMB shall provide a complete listing of

 

all state departments and agencies that have not complied with the

 

requirements of this section by March 1. The report listing

 

noncompliant state departments and agencies shall be submitted no

 

later than March 15 to the chairpersons of the subcommittees on

 

general government, the senate and house fiscal agencies, and the

 

state budget director.

 

     Sec. 822n. From the funds appropriated in part 1, beginning on

 

October 1, the MDTMB shall ensure that all new requests for

 

proposals that are publicly displayed on the webpage include the

 

proposal's corresponding department and agency for the purpose of

 

searching for requests for proposals by department and agency.

 

     Sec. 822o. By November 1, 2019, the MDTMB shall work

 

cooperatively with the department of health and human services to

 

identify a location for the new Northern Satellite Psychiatric

 

Facility capital outlay project approved for planning authorization

 

in article II of 2017 PA 107. If a location has not been identified

 

by November 1, 2019, the department of technology, management, and

 

budget shall provide a status report on potential locations, a

 

reasoning why a location has not been identified, and the progress

 

toward completing the new Northern Satellite Psychiatric Facility

 

capital outlay project approved for planning authorization in

 

article II of 2017 PA 107. The report shall be provided to the


state budget office, the house and senate standing committees on

 

appropriations, the joint capital outlay subcommittee, and the

 

house and senate fiscal agencies.

 

 

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

     Sec. 823. (1) The MDTMB may sell and accept paid advertising

 

for placement on any state website under its jurisdiction. The

 

MDTMB shall review and approve the content of each advertisement.

 

The MDTMB may refuse to accept advertising from any person or

 

organization or require modification to advertisements based upon

 

criteria determined by the MDTMB. Revenue received under this

 

subsection shall be used for operating costs of the MDTMB and for

 

future technology enhancements to state of Michigan e-government

 

initiatives. Funds received under this subsection shall be limited

 

to $250,000.00. Any funds in excess of $250,000.00 shall be

 

deposited in the state general fund.

 

     (2) The MDTMB may accept gifts, donations, contributions,

 

bequests, and grants of money from any public or private source to

 

assist with the underwriting or sponsorship of state webpages or

 

services offered on those webpages. A private or public funding

 

source may receive recognition in the webpage. The MDTMB may reject

 

any gift, donation, contribution, bequest, or grant.

 

     (3) Funds accepted by the MDTMB under subsection (1) or (2)

 

are appropriated and allotted when received and may be expended

 

upon approval of the state budget director. The state budget office

 

shall notify the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations subcommittees on general government

 


and the senate and house fiscal agencies within 10 days after the

 

approval is given. The MDTMB shall provide a report to the senate

 

and house of representatives appropriations subcommittees on

 

general government and senate and house fiscal agencies that

 

details the funds accepted for the prior fiscal year by November 1.

 

     Sec. 824. The MDTMB may enter into agreements to supply

 

spatial information and technical services to other principal

 

executive departments, state agencies, local units of government,

 

and other organizations. The MDTMB may receive and expend funds in

 

addition to those authorized in part 1 for providing information

 

and technical services, publications, maps, and other products. The

 

MDTMB may expend amounts received for salaries, supplies, and

 

equipment necessary to provide informational products and technical

 

services. Prior to December 1 of each year, the MDTMB shall provide

 

a report to the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations subcommittees on general government

 

and the state budget office detailing the sources of funding and

 

expenditures made under this section.

 

     Sec. 825. The legislature shall have access to all historical

 

and current data contained within SIGMA, or its predecessor,

 

pertaining to state departments. State departments shall have

 

access to all historical and current data contained within SIGMA or

 

its predecessor.

 

     Sec. 826. When used in this part and part 1, "information

 

technology services" means services involving all aspects of

 

managing and processing information, including, but not limited to,

 

all of the following:


     (a) Application and mobile development and maintenance.

 

     (b) Desktop computer support and management.

 

     (c) Cyber security.

 

     (d) Social media.

 

     (e) Mainframe computer support and management.

 

     (f) Server support and management.

 

     (g) Local area network support and management, including, but

 

not limited to, wired and wireless network build-out, support, and

 

management.

 

     (h) Information technology project management.

 

     (i) Information technology planning and budget management.

 

     (j) Telecommunication services, infrastructure, and support.

 

     Sec. 827. (1) Funds appropriated in part 1 for the Michigan

 

public safety communications system shall be expended upon approval

 

of an expenditure plan by the state budget director.

 

     (2) The MDTMB shall assess all subscribers of the Michigan

 

public safety communications system reasonable access and

 

maintenance fees and shall deposit the fees in the Michigan public

 

safety communications systems fees fund.

 

     (3) All money received by the MDTMB under this section shall

 

be expended for the support and maintenance of the Michigan public

 

safety communications system.

 

     (4) The department must provide a report to the senate and

 

house of representatives standing committees on appropriations, the

 

senate and house fiscal agencies, and the state budget office by

 

April 15, indicating the amount of revenue collected under this

 

section and expended for support and maintenance of the Michigan


public safety communication system for the immediately preceding 6-

 

month period. Any deposits made under this section and unencumbered

 

funds are restricted revenues and shall be carried forward into

 

succeeding fiscal years.

 

     Sec. 828. The MDTMB shall submit a report for each fiscal

 

quarter to the senate and house of representatives standing

 

committees on appropriations subcommittees on general government

 

and the senate and house fiscal agencies not later than 10 business

 

days after each fiscal quarter. The report shall include the

 

following:

 

     (a) The total amount of funding appropriated for information

 

technology services and projects, by funding source, for all

 

principal executive departments and agencies for each fiscal

 

quarter.

 

     (b) A listing of the expenditures made from the amounts

 

received by the department as reported in subdivision (a).

 

     Sec. 829. The MDTMB shall provide a report that analyzes and

 

makes recommendations on the life-cycle of information technology

 

hardware and software. The report shall be submitted to the senate

 

and house of representatives standing committees on appropriations

 

subcommittees on general government and the senate and house fiscal

 

agencies by March 1.

 

     Sec. 830. (1) The department of technology, management, and

 

budget, enterprise portfolio management office (EPMO), must provide

 

a report on a quarterly basis providing key information on all

 

executive branch department and enterprisewide information

 

technology projects. The report must be submitted to the senate and


house appropriations subcommittees on general government, the

 

senate and house fiscal agencies, and the state budget director as

 

well as being posted online.

 

     (2) The report must contain the following information, as

 

applicable, for each active information technology project and each

 

completed information technology project closed within the 2-year

 

period immediately preceding the quarterly due date of the report:

 

     (a) The client department, agency, or organization for which

 

the project is being undertaken.

 

     (b) The active or completed status.

 

     (c) For active projects, the number of days the current

 

approved completion date differs from the initial planned

 

completion date.

 

     (d) For active projects, the dollar amount the current

 

approved budget differs from the initial planned budget.

 

     (e) For completed projects, the number of days the actual

 

completion date differed from the initial planned completion date.

 

     (f) For completed projects, the dollar amount the actual cost

 

differed from the initial planned budget.

 

     (g) The project name.

 

     (h) The purpose of the project described in terms of the needs

 

of end users of the project and an explanation of the project's

 

origination, including whether the project originated from state

 

mandate, federal mandate, court order, or department initiative.

 

     (i) Whether the project is managed by EPMO.

 

     (j) The initial planned budget.

 

     (k) The revised budget if there is any increase or decrease to


the project's initial budget.

 

     (l) The actual cost to date.

 

     (m) The planned start date.

 

     (n) The actual start date.

 

     (o) The initial planned completion date.

 

     (p) The revised planned completion date if there is a change

 

from the initial planned completion date.

 

     (q) The actual completion date.

 

     (r) A brief description of the benefit or justification of

 

changes by project change request that impact a project's schedule

 

or budget and whether the change request is the result of state

 

mandate, federal mandate, court order, or department initiative.

 

     (s) Whether quality assurance services are assigned to the

 

project.

 

     (t) The project success score after project closure.

 

     (u) The customer satisfaction rating after project closure.

 

     (v) The percentage of days a project is over its initial

 

scheduled completion date.

 

     (3) The report must include the total number of completed

 

projects for which costs exceeded the initial budget, the total

 

number of completed projects for which the completion date occurred

 

after the initial planned completion date, the total number of

 

completed projects that exceeded both the initial planned budget

 

and schedule, and the corresponding percentages of each of these

 

numbers of all completed projects.

 

     Sec. 831. The department of technology, management, and budget

 

shall submit monthly invoices for information technology services


provided by the department of technology, management, and budget

 

either directly or through contracted vendors during that month to

 

departments or agencies by no later than 45 days after the final

 

day of the month the services were provided.

 

     Sec. 832. (1) The MDTMB shall inform the senate and house

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government and the senate

 

and house fiscal agencies within 30 days of any potential or actual

 

penalties assessed by the federal government for failure of the

 

Michigan child support enforcement system to achieve certification

 

by the federal government.

 

     (2) If potential penalties are assessed by the federal

 

government, the MDTMB shall submit a report to the senate and house

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government and the senate

 

and house fiscal agencies within 90 days specifying the MDTMB's

 

plans to avoid actual penalties and ensure federal certification of

 

the Michigan child support enforcement system.

 

     Sec. 833. (1) The state budget director, upon notification to

 

the senate and house of representatives standing committees on

 

appropriations, may adjust spending authorization and user fees in

 

the MDTMB in order to ensure that the appropriations for

 

information technology in the MDTMB equal the appropriations for

 

information technology in the budgets for all executive branch

 

agencies.

 

     (2) If during the course of the fiscal year a transfer or

 

supplemental to or from the information technology line item within

 

an agency budget is made under section 393 of the management and

 

budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1393, there is appropriated an


equal amount of user fees in the MDTMB to accommodate an increase

 

or decrease in spending authorization.

 

     Sec. 834. (1) Revenue collected from licenses issued under the

 

antenna site management project shall be deposited into the antenna

 

site management revolving fund created for this purpose in the

 

MDTMB. The MDTMB may receive and expend money from the fund for

 

costs associated with the antenna site management project,

 

including the cost of a third-party site manager. Any excess

 

revenue remaining in the fund at the close of the fiscal year shall

 

be proportionately transferred to the appropriate state restricted

 

funds as designated in statute or by constitution.

 

     (2) An antenna shall not be placed on any site pursuant to

 

this section without complying with the respective local zoning

 

codes and local unit of government processes.

 

     Sec. 835. (1) In addition to the funds appropriated in part 1,

 

the funds collected by the MDTMB for supplying census-related

 

information and technical services, publications, statistical

 

studies, population projections and estimates, and other

 

demographic products are appropriated for all expenses necessary to

 

provide the required services. These funds are available for

 

expenditure when they are received and may be carried forward into

 

the next succeeding fiscal year.

 

     (2) The MDTMB must submit a report to the house and senate

 

appropriations subcommittees on general government, the senate and

 

house fiscal agencies, and the state budget office by March 1 that

 

provides the amount of revenue collected by the MDTMB from the

 

authorization in subsection (1) and the amount of revenue carried


forward.

 

     Sec. 836. From the funds appropriated in part 1 for the

 

information technology investment fund, the MDTMB shall provide for

 

the modernization of state information technology systems, and

 

integrate state system interfaces to improve customer service.

 

     Sec. 837. All information technology projects funded by

 

appropriations in part 1 for which spending in excess of

 

$250,000.00 is anticipated to be, or has been, expended, must

 

utilize information technology project management best practices as

 

defined or recommended by the enterprise portfolio management

 

office and comply with the requirements of the state unified

 

information technology environment methodology as it applies to all

 

project management processes.

 

     Sec. 838. Not later than October 1, 2020, MDTMB shall develop

 

policies and procedures that require all new procurement contracts

 

entered into by MDTMB or a state agency, including departments that

 

have delegated procurement authority under this act, to include

 

clawback repayment provisions in all procurement contracts in the

 

event of a breach of the procurement contract by the vendor and

 

that require the department or a state agency, including

 

departments that have delegated procurement authority under this

 

act, to enforce those clawback repayment provisions whenever

 

possible.

 

     Sec. 840. From the funds appropriated in part 1 for enterprise

 

identity management, the MDTMB shall utilize specific outcomes and

 

performance measures including, but not limited to, the following:

 

     (a) Implement enhanced IT project management service delivery


through statewide application of best practice models and services.

 

     (b) Collaborate with state agencies to bring all project

 

management and project control office contracts under the

 

enterprise portfolio management office.

 

     (c) Initiate steps to improve the state unified information

 

technology environment compliance rating.

 

 

 

STATE BUILDING AUTHORITY RENT

 

     Sec. 842. (1) The state building authority rent appropriations

 

in part 1 may also be expended for the payment of required premiums

 

for insurance on facilities owned by the state building authority

 

or payment of costs that may be incurred as the result of any

 

deductible provisions in such insurance policies.

 

     (2) If the amount appropriated in part 1 for state building

 

authority rent is not sufficient to pay the rent obligations and

 

insurance premiums and deductibles identified in subsection (1) for

 

state building authority projects, there is appropriated from the

 

general fund of the state the amount necessary to pay such

 

obligations.

 

 

 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

 

     Sec. 850. (1) In accordance with section 5 of article XI of

 

the state constitution of 1963, all restricted funds shall be

 

assessed a sum not less than 1% of the total aggregate payroll paid

 

from those funds for financing the civil service commission on the

 

basis of actual 1% restricted sources total aggregate payroll of

 

the classified service for the preceding fiscal year. This

 


includes, but is not limited to, restricted funds appropriated in

 

part 1 of any appropriations act. Unexpended 1% appropriated funds

 

shall be returned to each 1% fund source at the end of the fiscal

 

year.

 

     (2) The appropriations in part 1 are estimates of actual

 

charges based on payroll appropriations. With the approval of the

 

state budget director, the commission is authorized to adjust

 

financing sources for civil service charges based on actual payroll

 

expenditures, provided that such adjustments do not increase the

 

total appropriation for the civil service commission.

 

     (3) The financing from restricted sources shall be credited to

 

the civil service commission by the end of the second fiscal

 

quarter.

 

     Sec. 851. Except where specifically appropriated for this

 

purpose, financing from restricted sources shall be credited to the

 

civil service commission. For restricted sources of funding within

 

the general fund that have the legislative authority for carryover,

 

if current spending authorization or revenues are insufficient to

 

accept the charge, the shortage shall be taken from carryforward

 

balances of that funding source. Restricted revenue sources that do

 

not have carryforward authority shall be utilized to satisfy

 

commission operating deducts first and civil service obligations

 

second. General fund dollars are appropriated for any shortfall,

 

pursuant to approval by the state budget director.

 

     Sec. 852. The appropriation in part 1 to the civil service

 

commission, for state-sponsored group insurance, flexible spending

 

accounts, and COBRA, represents amounts, in part, included within


the various appropriations throughout state government for the

 

current fiscal year to fund the flexible spending account program

 

included within the civil service commission. Deposits against

 

state-sponsored group insurance, flexible spending accounts, and

 

COBRA for the flexible spending account program shall be made from

 

assessments levied during the current fiscal year in a manner

 

prescribed by the civil service commission. Unspent employee

 

contributions to the flexible spending accounts may be used to

 

offset administrative costs for the flexible spending account

 

program, with any remaining balance of unspent employee

 

contributions to be lapsed to the general fund.

 

 

 

CAPITAL OUTLAY

 

     Sec. 860. As used in sections 861 through 875 of this part:

 

     (a) "Board" means the state administrative board.

 

     (b) "Community college" means a community college organized

 

under the community college act of 1966, 1966 PA 331, MCL 389.1 to

 

389.195, or under part 25 of the revised school code, 1976 PA 451,

 

MCL 380.1601 to 380.1607, and does not include a state agency or

 

university.

 

     (c) "Department" means the department of technology,

 

management, and budget.

 

     (d) "Director" means the director of the department of

 

technology, management, and budget.

 

     (e) "State agency" means an agency of state government. State

 

agency does not include a community college or university.

 

     (f) "State building authority" means the authority created

 


under 1964 PA 183, MCL 830.411 to 830.425.

 

     (g) "University" means a 4-year university supported by the

 

state. University does not include a community college or a state

 

agency.

 

     Sec. 861. Each capital outlay project authorized in this part

 

and part 1 or any previous capital outlay act shall comply with the

 

procedures required by the management and budget act, 1984 PA 431,

 

MCL 18.1101 to 18.1594.

 

     Sec. 862. (1) The department shall provide the JCOS, state

 

budget director, and the senate and house fiscal agencies with

 

reports relative to the status of each planning or construction

 

project financed by the state building authority, by this part and

 

part 1, or by previous acts.

 

     (2) Before the end of each fiscal year, the department shall

 

report to the JCOS, state budget director, and the senate and house

 

fiscal agencies for each capital outlay project other than lump

 

sums all of the following:

 

     (a) The account number and name of each construction project.

 

     (b) The balance remaining in each account.

 

     (c) The date of the last expenditure from the account.

 

     (d) The anticipated date of occupancy if the project is under

 

construction.

 

     (e) The appropriations history for the project.

 

     (f) The professional service contractor.

 

     (g) The amount of the project financed with federal funds.

 

     (h) The amount of the project financed through the state

 

building authority.


     (i) The total authorized cost for the project and the state

 

authorized share if different than the total.

 

     (3) Before the end of each fiscal year, the department shall

 

report the following for each project by a state agency,

 

university, or community college that is authorized for planning

 

but is not yet authorized for construction:

 

     (a) The name of the project and account number.

 

     (b) Whether a program statement is approved.

 

     (c) Whether schematics are approved by the department.

 

     (d) Whether preliminary plans are approved by the department.

 

     (e) The name of the professional service contractor.

 

     (4) As used in this section, "project" includes appropriation

 

line items made for purchase of real estate.

 

     Sec. 864. The appropriations in part 1 for capital outlay

 

shall be carried forward at the end of the fiscal year consistent

 

with the provisions of section 248 of the management and budget

 

act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1248.

 

     Sec. 865. (1) A site preparation economic development fund is

 

created in the department. As used in this section, "economic

 

development sites" means those state-owned sites declared as

 

surplus property pursuant to section 251 of the management and

 

budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1251, that would provide economic

 

benefit to the area or to the state. The MEDC board and the state

 

budget director shall determine whether or not a specific state-

 

owned site qualifies for inclusion in the fund created under this

 

subsection.

 

     (2) Proceeds from the sale of any sites designated in


subsection (1) shall be deposited into the fund created in

 

subsection (1) and shall be available for site preparation

 

expenditures, unless otherwise provided by law. The economic

 

development sites authorized in subsection (1) are authorized for

 

sale consistent with state law. Expenditures from the fund are

 

authorized for site preparation activities that enhance the

 

marketable sale value of the sites. Site preparation activities

 

include, but are not limited to, demolition, environmental studies

 

and abatement, utility enhancement, and site excavation.

 

     (3) A cash advance in an amount of not more than

 

$25,000,000.00 is authorized from the general fund to the site

 

preparation economic development fund.

 

     (4) An annual report shall be transmitted to the senate and

 

house of representatives standing committees on appropriations not

 

later than December 31 of each year. This report shall detail both

 

of the following:

 

     (a) The revenue and expenditure activity in the fund for the

 

preceding fiscal year.

 

     (b) The sites identified as economic development sites under

 

subsection (1).

 

     Sec. 867. Proceeds from the sale of the Farnum Building shall

 

be subsequently appropriated to the department in accordance with

 

any legislation enacted that authorizes the sale of that property.

 

If the net proceeds from the sale of the Farnum Building are less

 

than the $7,000,000.00 authorized for senate relocation costs in

 

section 896 of article VIII of 2014 PA 252, an amount equal to the

 

difference between the net sale proceeds and $7,000,000.00 shall be


appropriated by the legislature to the department.

 

 

 

CAPITAL OUTLAY - UNIVERSITIES AND COMMUNITY COLLEGES

 

     Sec. 873. (1) This section applies only to projects for

 

community colleges.

 

     (2) State support is directed towards the remodeling and

 

additions, special maintenance, or construction of certain

 

community college buildings. The community college shall obtain or

 

provide for site acquisition and initial main utility installation

 

to operate the facility. Funding shall be composed of local and

 

state shares and not more than 50% of a capital outlay project, not

 

including a lump-sum special maintenance project or remodeling and

 

addition project, for a community college shall be appropriated

 

from state and federal funds, unless otherwise appropriated by the

 

legislature.

 

     (3) An expenditure under this part and part 1 is authorized

 

when the release of the appropriation is approved by the board upon

 

the recommendation of the director. The director may recommend to

 

the board the release of any appropriation in part 1 only after the

 

director is assured that the legal entity operating the community

 

college to which the appropriation is made has complied with this

 

part and part 1 and has matched the amounts appropriated as

 

required by this part and part 1. A release of funds in part 1

 

shall not exceed 50% of the total cost of planning and construction

 

of any project, not including lump-sum remodeling and additions and

 

special maintenance, unless otherwise appropriated by the

 

legislature. Further planning and construction of a project

 


authorized by this part and part 1 or applicable sections of the

 

management and budget act, 1984 PA 431, MCL 18.1101 to 18.1594,

 

shall be in accordance with the purpose and scope as defined and

 

delineated in the approved program statements and planning

 

documents. This part and part 1 are applicable to all projects for

 

which planning appropriations were made in previous acts.

 

     (4) The community college shall take the steps necessary to

 

secure available federal construction and equipment money for

 

projects funded for construction in this part and part 1 if an

 

application was not previously made. If there is a reasonable

 

expectation that a prior year unfunded application may receive

 

federal money in a subsequent year, the college shall take whatever

 

action necessary to keep the application active.

 

     Sec. 874. If university and community college matching

 

revenues are received in an amount less than the appropriations for

 

capital projects contained in this part and part 1, the state funds

 

shall be reduced in proportion to the amount of matching revenue

 

received.

 

     Sec. 875. (1) The director may require that community colleges