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Revenues of a local or state government may increase or decrease based on a number of factors – overall economic growth or decline, implementation of new policies, natural disasters, etc. Assume that the revenues for the State of Mississippi are not meeting the projected levels used in the budgeting process for the current year’s budget. You are asked to research options of how to respond to the reduced revenues including the option of reducing budgets (e.g., Cutback Management).

Prepare a briefing document for the Governor’s Budget Director. The brief should provide the following:

  1. A summary of the theories, principles, options, and factors to consider in the current situation. You are provided with a list of initial sources obtained by a summer intern. The Budget Director asks that your summary be no more than 10 pages in length.
  2. A summary of initial recommendations on how to achieve a 5% reduction in budgeted 2019 state spending (see pages 2-3 in the attached budget document). The Budget Director asks for a spreadsheet comparing the current budget with the proposed budget along with the rationale for any changes. The Budget Director also asks that, to the extent possible, the intergovernmental transfers and special funds should be assumed to remain constant.

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BUDGET SUMMARY 2018 LEGISLATIVE SESSION Prepared by the Legislative Budget Office April 27, 2018 FY 2019 FINAL ACTION VS FY 2018 ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE SUPPORT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 AGENCY Legislative Operations Attorney General's Office Capital Post-Conviction Counsel, Office of District Attorneys & Staff Judicial Performance Commission State Public Defender, Office of Supreme Court Services, Office of Admin Office of Courts Court of Appeals Trial Judges Ethics Commission Governor's Office - Support & Mansion Secretary of State Audit, Department of Finance & Administration - Support MS Home Corporation State Property Insurance Status of Women Repair & Renovation (Capital Expense Fund) Information Technology Services, Department of Wireless Communication Commission Personnel Board Revenue, Department of License Tag Commission Tax Appeals, Board of Education, Department of (K-12) General Education Programs Chickasaw Interest MS Adequate Ed Program Schools for Blind & Deaf Vocational & Technical K-12 Subtotal: Educational Television Authority Library Commission Public Education Subtotal: Institutions of Higher Learning Univ - Gen Sup - Cons (includes Ayers) Univ - Subsidiary Prgs - Cons Student Financial Aid UM - University Medical Center - Cons ASU - Agricultural Prgs MSU - Ag & Forestry Experiment Station MSU - Cooperative Extension Service MSU - Forest & Wildlife Research Center MSU - Vet Medicine, College of IHL Subtotal: Community & Junior Colleges Board Support Community & Junior College Subtotal: Health, State Department of Health Information Network Mental Health, Department of - Cons Agriculture & Commerce, Department of - Support Animal Health, Board of Fair Commission - County Livestock Shows Mississippi Development Authority (w/ Innovate MS) Archives & History, Department of (w/ Oral History) FY 2018 FY 2019 Estimated Final Action (w/o Deficits) $26,620,585 22,939,704 1,547,192 23,139,300 340,036 3,094,606 6,511,192 11,228,486 4,140,791 21,214,373 573,410 2,151,022 13,931,266 8,608,803 44,500,427 1,507,435 2,773,720 33,419 0 33,766,118 7,946,702 4,107,730 38,118,874 3,247,190 475,000 w/o Reappropriations $26,619,635 22,976,084 1,658,441 24,872,365 568,100 3,096,489 6,605,116 11,343,903 4,314,088 21,402,467 605,993 2,369,391 13,398,769 8,544,257 37,761,385 1,484,450 0 42,100 0 27,508,514 8,001,721 4,141,221 42,422,599 8,347,190 489,401 168,997,109 19,573,344 2,201,038,129 10,825,221 81,131,016 2,481,564,819 6,099,967 9,766,005 2,497,430,791 169,057,784 20,535,504 2,204,163,336 10,834,432 81,132,930 2,485,723,986 6,104,921 9,822,440 2,501,651,347 361,081,067 32,755,072 37,661,346 157,860,985 6,190,694 22,568,946 29,198,086 5,608,385 17,216,407 670,140,988 6,150,284 231,082,911 237,233,195 57,017,187 499,114 226,715,018 6,734,688 1,118,641 212,147 30,111,442 12,141,316 FY 2019 Final Action +/(-) FY 2018 Estimated Amount ($950) 36,380 111,249 1,733,065 228,064 1,883 93,924 115,417 173,297 188,094 32,583 218,369 (532,497) (64,546) (6,739,042) (22,985) (2,773,720) 8,681 0 (6,257,604) 55,019 33,491 4,303,725 5,100,000 14,401 Percent 0.00% 0.16% 7.19% 7.49% 67.07% 0.06% 1.44% 1.03% 4.19% 0.89% 5.68% 10.15% -3.82% -0.75% -15.14% -1.52% -100.00% 25.98% -18.53% 0.69% 0.82% 11.29% 157.06% 3.03% 60,675 962,160 3,125,207 9,211 1,914 4,159,167 4,954 56,435 4,220,556 0.04% 4.92% 0.14% 0.09% 0.00% 0.17% 0.08% 0.58% 0.17% 355,224,264 33,885,298 39,661,874 158,489,701 6,317,732 23,036,610 29,812,427 5,724,218 17,722,083 669,874,207 (5,856,803) 1,130,226 2,000,528 628,716 127,038 467,664 614,341 115,833 505,676 (266,781) -1.62% 3.45% 5.31% 0.40% 2.05% 2.07% 2.10% 2.07% 2.94% -0.04% 6,452,043 231,082,911 237,534,954 59,334,345 499,114 226,953,451 6,751,504 1,140,391 212,147 21,397,820 9,581,379 301,759 0 301,759 2,317,158 0 238,433 16,816 21,750 0 (8,713,622) (2,559,937) 4.91% 0.00% 0.13% 4.06% 0.00% 0.11% 0.25% 1.94% 0.00% -28.94% -21.08% 2 FY 2019 FINAL ACTION VS FY 2018 ESTIMATED TOTAL STATE SUPPORT 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 FY 2018 FY 2019 Estimated Final Action (w/o Deficits) 9,980,940 13,628,515 170,731 3,922,150 1,855,866 611,870 150,644 6,000,345 11,881,431 5,107,178 309,935,445 918,773,660 51,495,781 97,969,323 23,500,756 3,118,086 585,056 7,942,694 w/o Reappropriations 10,011,182 13,645,976 272,996 1,065,130 1,947,508 604,687 150,644 6,079,949 11,893,720 5,085,305 315,790,233 917,023,637 69,578,708 109,994,298 27,506,966 3,706,053 585,056 7,945,384 201,958 352,780 6,858,605 487,775 58,308,064 86,830 56,568 2,306,029 288,110 11,137,161 232,810 4,192,141 84,508,831 5,500,000 80,625,992 1,594,718 8,112,266 4,348,364 69,865 2,200,000 5,263,499 202,090 352,846 6,863,885 1,201,272 59,944,688 86,962 56,634 2,306,293 288,473 11,152,517 232,843 4,194,649 86,883,152 5,751,340 80,625,992 1,595,294 8,149,734 4,389,907 69,865 2,201,650 5,300,464 132 66 5,280 713,497 1,636,624 132 66 264 363 15,356 33 2,508 2,374,321 251,340 0 576 37,468 41,543 0 1,650 36,965 0.07% 0.02% 0.08% 146.28% 2.81% 0.15% 0.12% 0.01% 0.13% 0.14% 0.01% 0.06% 2.81% 4.57% 0.00% 0.04% 0.46% 0.96% 0.00% 0.08% 0.70% 500,000 384,741,392 385,241,392 8,200,000 500,000 384,741,392 385,241,392 0 0 0 0 (8,200,000) 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% -100.00% TOTAL $6,074,167,306 $6,096,600,560 $22,433,254 FY 2019 State Support Funds General Funds Budget Contingency Funds Education Enhancement Funds Health Care Expendable Funds Tobacco Control Funds Capital Expense Funds Hurricane Disaster Reserve Funds Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Funds Total State Support 5,549,855,772 21,818,434 366,351,772 99,056,165 20,000,000 12,085,163 0 5,000,000 $6,074,167,306 $5,542,978,000 1,500,000 383,630,492 110,515,502 20,000,000 32,976,566 0 5,000,000 $6,096,600,560 ($6,877,772) (20,318,434) 17,278,720 11,459,337 0 20,891,403 0 0 $22,433,254 AGENCY Environmental Quality, Department of Forestry Commission Grand Gulf Military Marine Resources, Department of Oil & Gas Board Soil & Water Conservation Commission Tenn-Tom Waterway Development Authority Wildlife/Fisheries/Parks, Department of - Cons Insurance, Department of - Support State Fire Academy Corrections, Department of - Cons Governor's Office - Medicaid Division Human Services, Department of - Cons Child Protection Services, Department of Rehab Services, Department of - Cons Emergency Management Agency Disaster Relief - Cons Military Department - Cons Public Safety, Department of Council on Aging County Jail Officer Standards and Training Board Crime Lab Crime Lab - Medical Examiner Highway Safety Patrol Division Homeland Security Office Juvenile Facility Monitoring Unit Law Enforcement Standards and Training Board Law Enforcement Training Academy Narcotics, Bureau of Public Safety Planning, Office of Support Services, Division of Public Safety Subtotal: Veterans' Affairs Board Homestead Exemption Reimburse Arts Commission Gaming Commission Public Service Commission No Call Telephone Solicitation Public Utilities Staff Workers' Compensation Commission Treasurer's Office, State - Debt Service Bank Service Charge Bonds/Interest Payment Debt Service Subtotal: DFA - Bldg - Capital Projects FY 2019 Final Action +/(-) FY 2018 Estimated Amount 30,242 17,461 102,265 (2,857,020) 91,642 (7,183) 0 79,604 12,289 (21,873) 5,854,788 (1,750,023) 18,082,927 12,024,975 4,006,210 587,967 0 2,690 Percent 0.30% 0.13% 59.90% -72.84% 4.94% -1.17% 0.00% 1.33% 0.10% -0.43% 1.89% -0.19% 35.12% 12.27% 17.05% 18.86% 0.00% 0.03% 0.37% -0.12% -93.13% 4.72% 11.57% 0.00% 172.87% 0.00% 0.37% 3 STATEMENT I GENERAL FUND Calculated Funds Available for FY 2018 and FY 2019 APRIL 2018 - Regular Session FY 2018 1. General Fund Beginning Cash July 1, 2017 $ 2. General Fund Reappropriations for FY 2018 from FY 2017 0 4,392,500 3. Estimated FY 2018 General Fund Revenue ($5,601.5 M Sine Die) 5,601,500,000 4. Attorney General Settlement Funds 32,190,378 5. Less: 1% of Projected FY 2018 Revenue (56,015,000) * 6. Total General Funds Available for FY 2018 Appropriations 5,582,067,878 7. Less: General Fund Budget for FY 2018: General Fund FY 2018 Final Action General Fund Reappropriations for FY 2018 from FY 2017 General Fund Additional Appropriations (5,545,463,272) (4,392,500) (32,212,106) 8. Total FY 2018 General Fund Budget (5,582,067,878) 9. Add: 1% of Projected FY 2018 Revenue 56,015,000 10. Total Estimated FY 2018 General Fund Ending Cash Available for Distribution 56,015,000 11. Estimated Distribution of Ending Cash Balance: Transfer to Municipal Aid Fund (750,000) Transfer to Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Fund (27,632,500) Transfer to Capital Expense Fund (27,632,500) 12. Less: Total Transfers (56,015,000) 13. Estimated General Fund Balance June 30, 2018 $ 0 FY 2019 14. Estimated General Fund Beginning Cash July 1, 2018 $ 15. General Fund Reappropriations for FY 2019 from FY 2018 0 5,101,176 16. Estimated FY 2019 General Fund Revenue 5,656,100,000 17. Less: 2% of Projected FY 2019 Revenue (113,122,000) 18. Total General Funds Available for FY 2019 Appropriations 5,548,079,176 19. Less: General Fund Budget for FY 2019: General Fund FY 2019 Final Action General Fund Reappropriations for FY 2019 from FY 2018 (5,542,978,000) (5,101,176) 20. Total FY 2019 General Fund Budget (5,548,079,176) 21. Add: 2% of Projected FY 2019 Revenue 113,122,000 22. Total Estimated FY 2019 General Fund Ending Cash Available for Distribution 113,122,000 23. Estimated Distribution of Ending Cash Balance: Transfer to Municipal Aid Fund (750,000) Transfer to Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Fund (56,186,000) Transfer to Capital Expense Fund (56,186,000) 24. Less: Total Transfers 25. Estimated General Fund Balance June 30, 2019 (113,122,000) $ 0 * SB 2649 of the 2017 RS modifies the 2% set-aside for FY 2018 to 1% set-aside. Note - Figures may not add due to rounding. 4 CAPITAL EXPENSE FUND FY 2018 AND FY 2019 APRIL 2018 (Final Action) FY 2018 1 Beginning Balance July 1, 2017 2 Total Reappropriated From FY 2017 to FY 2018 3 Transfer from FY 2017 General Fund Ending Cash 4 Reimbursement - Bureau of Building 5 Reimbursement - Bureau of Building 6 Transfer from Treasurer's Office - Unclaimed Property (SB 2773 2018 RS) 7 Transfer from Department of Revenue (SB 2773 2018 RS) 8 Transfer from Hurricane Disaster Reserve Fund (SB 2773 2018 RS) 9 Total Available for FY 2018 (Est.) 10 Archives and History - Old Smith County Jailhouse - Reappropriation (HB 1506 2017 RS) 11 Mississippi Development Authority - Reappropriation (SB 3006 2017 RS) 12 Less: Total Reappropriated From FY 2017 to FY 2018 13 Governor's Office - Division of Medicaid - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 14 DFA - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 15 ITS - Wireless Communication Commission - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 16 Department of Education - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 17 IHL - General Support - Alcorn State University - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 18 MDA - City of Hattiesburg - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 19 MDA - Mississippi Coast Coliseum - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 20 MDA - Mississippi Hills National Heritage Area - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 21 MDA - West Harrison Cty. Voc. & Tech. Center - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 22 Department of Archives and History - FY 2017 F/A/T (SB 3015 2017 RS) 23 Less: FY 2017 F/A/T Appropriations Drawn Down in FY 2018 24 Less: Reserve for DFA Emergency Repairs 25 DFA - State Property Insurance - FY 2018 F/A/T (HB 1617 2018 RS) 26 Department of Information Technology Services - FY 2018 (HB 1617 2018 RS) 27 ITS - Wireless Communication Commission - FY 2018 (HB 1617 2018 RS) 28 Department of Rehabilitation Services - OSDP/TBI - FY 2018 (HB 1617 2018 RS) 29 Department of Corrections - Medical Services/Private Prisons - FY 2018 (HB 1617 2018 RS) 30 IHL - General Support - JSU - School of Public Health - FY 2018 F/A/T (HB 1617 2018 RS) 31 Less: Total FY 2018 Deficits 32 Plus: Reappropriations from FY 2018 to FY 2019 33 Ending Balance June 30, 2018 (Est.) (including reappropriations) $ 6,410,221 * 3,344,903 ** 8,809,405 ** 51,459 27,344 17,911,475 7,400,000 18,802 43,973,609 (130,000) *** (3,214,903) *** (3,344,903) (15,839) (3,062) (111,864) (1,214) (3,311,592) (100,000) (65,000) (100,000) (150,000) (500,000) ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ (4,358,571) (5,000,000) (4,559,746) (3,000,000) (2,384,494) (2,035,362) (7,111,185) (1,800,000) $ (20,890,787) 6,891,592 17,270,941 FY 2019 34 Beginning Balance July 1, 2018 (Est.) (including reappropriations of $6,891,592) 35 Transfer from FY 2018 General Fund Ending Cash (Est.) 36 Transfer from MS Windstorm Underwriting Association (SB 2467 2018 RS) 37 Total Available for FY 2019 Appropriations and Reappropriations (Est.) 38 Archives and History - Old Smith County Jailhouse - Reappropriation (HB 1596 2018 RS) 39 DFA - Bureau of Building - Alcorn State University - Reappropriation (HB 1616 2018 RS) 40 MDA - Air Services Development Act - Reappropriation (SB 2773 2018 RS) 41 MDA - Greenville Airport - Reappropriation (SB 2773 2018 RS) Less: Total Reappropriated from FY 2018 to FY 2019 42 43 Total Available for FY 2019 Appropriations (Est.) 44 Department of Revenue - Motor Vehicle License Tags (SB 2963 2018 RS) 45 Department of Revenue - MARVIN (SB 2963 2018 RS) 46 Department of Revenue (SB 2773 2018 RS) 47 IHL - General Support - Alcorn State University - STEM (SB 2944 2018 RS) 48 IHL - General Support - Mississippi Valley State University - STEM (SB 2944 2018 RS) 49 IHL - Mississippi State University - College of Veterinary Medicine (SB 2952 2018 RS) 50 Board of Animal Health (SB 2984 2018 RS) 51 Department of Corrections - Wilkinson Correctional Facility (SB 2955 2018 RS) 52 Department of Corrections - Medical Services/Private Prisons (SB 2773 2018 RS) 53 Department of Human Services - Dept. of Child Protection Services (HB 1600 2018 RS) 54 Mississippi Development Authority - Various Projects (SB 2996 2018 RS) 55 Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks - Neshoba Lake (HB 1610 2018 RS) 56 Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks - Scenic River Development Alliance (HB 1610 2018 RS) Total Appropriated for FY 2019 57 58 Less: Reserve for DFA Emergency Repairs 59 Ending Balance June 30, 2019 (Est.) $ 17,270,941 27,632,500 ^^ 1,500,000 46,403,441 (130,000) (3,311,592) (750,000) (2,700,000) *** *** *** *** (6,891,592) 39,511,849 (5,100,000) (2,300,000) (1,800,000) (750,000) (750,000) (140,000) (20,000) (5,500,000) (3,676,566) (12,000,000) (865,000) (25,000) (50,000) $ (32,976,566) (5,000,000) 1,535,283 * Beginning balance of $4,335,878.50 (Source: Treasury) plus CEF lapse of $2,074,342.70 (Source: DFA). ** Source: Department of Finance and Administration. *** Reappropriated Capital Expense Funds. ^ These are from, after and through deficit appropriations. The funds were not drawn down in FY 2017, but were drawn down FY 2018. ^^ Estimate based on 1% of Projected FY 2018 General Fund Revenue and the distribution of unencumbered cash in accordance with Miss Code 27-103-213. Note - Figures may not add due to rounding. Note - F/A/T is From, After and Through appropriations. 5 HEALTH CARE EXPENDABLE FUND FY 2018 AND FY 2019 APRIL 2018 FY 2018 $ 9,075,555 * 1 Health Care Expendable Fund Beginning Balance, July 1, 2017 2 Transfer from the HCTF 3 Interest Earnings/Dividends, Est. (as of 03/31/18) 4 Awards and Damages, Est. 5 Health Care Expendable Fund Lapse from FY 2017 6 Transfer from Tobacco Control Program Fund (SB 2649 2017 RS) 7 Actual Deposit to Expendable Fund FY 2018, (43-13-407) 8 Total Health Care Expendable Funds Available for Appropriations, Est. 112,206,870 9 Less: FY 2018 Final Action (99,056,165) 10 Estimated Health Care Expendable Fund Balance June 30, 2018 $ 13,150,705 11 Estimated Health Care Expendable Fund Beginning Balance, July 1, 2018 $ 13,150,705 12 Transfer from the HCTF 0 13 Interest Earnings/Dividends, Est. 0 14 Awards and Damages, Est. 0 15 Estimated Deposit to Expendable Fund FY 2019, (43-13-407) 16 Total Health Care Expendable Funds Available for Appropriations, Est. 0 175,574 ** 0 858,071 *** 2,797,645 *** 99,300,024 FY 2019 17 Less: FY 2019 Final Action 18 Estimated Health Care Expendable Fund Balance June 30, 2019 99,051,622 ^ 112,202,327 (110,515,502) $ 1,686,825 * Beginning balance of $9,075,555.21 (Source: Office of the State Treasurer). ** Source: Office of the State Treasurer *** Source: DFA ^ The installment payment for FY 2019 is estimated to be $119,051,622 (average of last four FY installment payments). $20M of the installment payment will go to the Tobacco Control Program with the balance of the installment/supplemental payments being deposited in the HCEF. Note - Figures may not add due to rounding 6 TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAM FUND FY 2018 and FY 2019 APRIL 2018 FY 2018 $ 2,797,645 * 1 Tobacco Control Program Fund Balance, July 1, 2017 2 Deposit to Tobacco Control Program Fund FY 2018 (41-113-11) 20,000,000 3 Total Funds Available in FY 2018 22,797,645 4 Less: FY 2018 Appropriations 5 Less: Transfer to Health Care Expendable Fund (SB 2649 2017 RS) 6 Estimated Tobacco Control Program Fund Balance, June 30, 2018 $ 0 7 Estimated Tobacco Control Program Fund Balance, July 1, 2018 $ 0 8 Deposit to Tobacco Control Program Fund FY 2019 (41-113-11) 20,000,000 9 Total Funds Available in FY 2019 20,000,000 10 Less: FY 2019 Appropriations 11 Estimated Tobacco Control Program Fund Balance, June 30, 2019 (20,000,000) (2,797,645) ** FY 2019 (20,000,000) $ 0 * Beginning fund balance of $2,797,645.33 (Source: DFA). ** Source: DFA Note - Figures may not add due to rounding. 7 WORKING CASH STABILIZATION RESERVE FUND FY 2018 AND FY 2019 APRIL 2018 FY 2018 1 2 3 Beginning Balance July 1, 2017 (Includes $10M Ayers Reserve) $ Transfer in from GF Ending Cash FY 2017 291,041,031 * 8,809,405 ** 299,850,436 WCSRF Balance (WCSRF Cap is 10% of prior year (FY 2017) appropriations - $580,361,495) 4 Board of Trustees of IHL pursuant to Ayers Settlement Agreement 5 Interest Earnings, FY 2018 (as of 3/31/18) 446,312 6 Interest to Ayers Endowment Trust FY 2018 (as of 3/31/18) (40,255) 7 Interest to Ayers Settlement Fund FY 2018 (Est.) 8 Reserved for transfer to Disaster Assistance Trust Fund (Est.) (1,000,000) 9 Reserved for transfer to Disaster Assistance Trust Fund (Est.) (1,000,000) 10 Less: FY 2018 Appropriations 11 12 13 (5,000,000) *** 0 0 Estimated Ending Balance June 30, 2018 293,256,493 Less: $5M Ayers Reserve (5,000,000) Estimated Ending Balance June 30, 2018 $ 288,256,493 Estimated Beginning Balance July 1, 2018 (Includes $5M Ayers Reserve) $ 293,256,493 FY 2019 14 15 16 Estimated Transfer in from GF Ending Cash FY 2018 27,632,500 ^ 320,888,993 WCSRF Balance (WCSRF Cap is 10% of prior year (FY 2018) appropriations - $558,206,788) 17 Board of Trustees of IHL pursuant to Ayers Settlement Agreement (SB 2944 2018 RS) 18 Interest Earnings, FY 2019 (Est.) 450,000 19 Interest to Ayers Endowment Trust FY 2019 (Est.) (20,250) 20 Interest to Ayers Settlement Fund FY 2019 (Est.) 21 Reserved for transfer to Disaster Assistance Trust Fund (Est.) (1,000,000) 22 Reserved for transfer to Disaster Assistance Trust Fund (Est.) (1,000,000) 23 Less: FY 2019 Appropriations 24 Estimated Ending Balance June 30, 2019 (5,000,000) *** 0 0 $ 314,318,743 * Per Treasury - Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Fund Transactions FY 2018 ** Source: Department of Finance and Administration. *** Per the Ayers Settlement Agreement and Miss Code 27-103-203, once $55,000,000 has been deposited to the Ayers Settlement Fund, the remaining three $5,000,000 annual payments shall come from the Ayers Endowment Trust in the Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Fund. The final $5,000,000 payment will be transferred in FY 2019. ^ Estimate based on 1% of Projected FY 2018 General Fund Revenue and the distribution of unencumbered cash in accordance with Miss Code 27-103-213. 8 BUDGET CONTINGENCY FUND Program FY 2018 Appropriations FY 2019 Appropriations Governor's Office - Medicaid, Division of (HB 1510 2017 RS) $ $ 1,029,617 0 Marine Resources, Department of Oyster Restoration Project - Phase II 3,000,000 * 0 Mississippi Development Authority Keesler Air Force Base National Diabetes and Obesity Research Center Subtotal 5,000,000 * 1,500,000 * 6,500,000 0 1,500,000 1,500,000 Total Appropriations 10,529,617 1,500,000 0 0 8,200,000 8,200,000 Reappropriations DFA - Bureau of Building - USM Greene Hall R&R Total Reappropriations Total (Appropriations and Reappropriations) $ 10,529,617 $ 9,700,000 * From, after and through appropriations for 2017 RS. 9 EDUCATION ENHANCEMENT FUND Program General Education Programs General Education Buildings and Buses Supplies and Instructional Materials Subtotal FY 2018 Appropriations FY 2019 Appropriations $ $ Mississippi Adequate Education Program 21,784,413 16,000,000 12,000,000 49,784,413 21,784,413 16,000,000 12,000,000 49,784,413 204,493,377 214,104,762 Mississippi Schools for the Blind and Deaf 1,207,037 1,207,037 Vocational and Technical Education 4,937,258 4,937,258 Educational Television Authority 2,118,966 2,118,966 Mississippi Library Commission 493,847 493,847 Community and Junior Colleges Board Support Subtotal 256,000 40,658,341 40,914,341 256,000 43,685,363 43,941,363 Institutions of Higher Learning Universities - General Support - Consolidated Universities - Subsidiary Programs - Consolidated University of Mississippi Medical Center - Consolidated ASU - Agricultural Programs MSU - Agric and Forestry Experiment Station MSU - Cooperative Extension Service MSU - Forest and Wildlife Research Center MSU - Veterinary Medicine, College of Subtotal 51,142,357 830,742 6,888,029 19,322 1,165,578 975,245 253,005 552,920 61,827,198 55,782,670 830,742 6,888,029 19,322 1,165,578 975,245 253,005 552,920 66,467,511 Arts Commission 450,000 450,000 Wildlife - Project WILD 125,335 125,335 Total $ 366,351,772 $ 383,630,492 NOTE- A $10 million diversion to the Public School Building Fund is not reflected in the numbers above. 10 HEALTH CARE EXPENDABLE FUND Program Governor's Office - Medicaid, Division of CHIP Program at 200% Level of Poverty Eyeglasses for Adults Home and Community Waiver Program Disabled Worker Buy-in to the Medicaid Program Dental Fee Increase Medical Program Matching Funds Subtotal FY 2018 Appropriations FY 2019 Appropriations $ $ Health, State Department of Maternal and Child Health Care Program Early Intervention Program and/or Child Therapeutic Services Health Department Programs Subtotal 2,879,024 699,191 1,972,132 754,715 904,837 57,526,892 64,736,791 0 0 0 0 0 76,196,128 76,196,128 1,242,943 188,661 7,747,179 9,178,783 1,242,943 188,661 7,747,179 9,178,783 9,259,790 9,259,790 Mental Health, Department of Expenses of the Department of Mental Health Alzheimer's Disease Services Development and Implementation of SB 2100, 1997 Regular Session Medicaid Matching Funds Psychotropic Drugs or Medicaid Match Alzheimer's Disease Program, Prepayment to Medicaid, etc. Holding Centers, Group Homes, Substance Abuse Programs, Children's Programs, Prepayment of Medicaid, etc. Crisis Centers Physician Services at Community Mental Health Centers Specialized Treatment Facility Grant for Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi or Medicaid Match Subtotal 379,417 3,896,641 252,944 505,890 379,417 3,896,641 252,944 505,890 2,727,792 636,374 1,138,252 104,196 50,590 18,951,886 2,727,792 636,374 1,138,252 104,196 50,590 18,951,886 Rehabilitation Services, Department of Fully Match all Available Federal Funds Independent Living Prg which Includes the St Attendant Care Prg Deaf and Hard of Hearing Subtotal 2,782,590 854,903 44,309 3,681,802 2,782,590 854,903 44,309 3,681,802 126,472 126,472 2,380,431 2,380,431 99,056,165 $ 110,515,502 Education, Department of Mississippi Eye Screening Program Institutions of Higher Learning University of Mississippi Medical Center - Consolidated Total $ 11 TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAM FUND Program IHL - University of Mississippi Medical Center Cancer Institute A Comprehensive Tobacco Center (ACT) Subtotal FY 2018 Appropriations FY 2019 Appropriations $ $ Education, Department of School Nurse Program Attorney General's Office Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement Unit Health, State Department of Health Department Programs Skool ADS - School Poster Program Subtotal Mississippi Health Care Alliance ST Elevated Myocardial Infarction Program (STEMI) Stroke System of Care Plan Subtotal Mississippi Qualified Health Center Grant Program Total $ 4,250,000 595,000 4,845,000 4,250,000 595,000 4,845,000 3,060,000 3,060,000 680,000 680,000 7,165,000 255,000 7,420,000 7,165,000 255,000 7,420,000 382,500 212,500 595,000 382,500 212,500 595,000 3,400,000 3,400,000 20,000,000 $ 20,000,000 WORKING CASH STABILIZATION RESERVE FUND Program Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees Pursuant to Ayers Settlement Agreement Total FY 2018 Appropriations FY 2019 Appropriations $ 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000 $ 5,000,000 12 Overview of State Budget and 2018 Legislative Session FY 2018 Additional and Deficit Appropriations During the 2018 Legislative Session, the Legislature adopted HB 1617 which provided $53,102,893 of State Support ($32.2M General Funds, $20.9M Capital Expense Funds) to address the following FY 2018 and FY 2019 needs: Governor’s Office – Division of Medicaid DHS – Child Protection Services Department of Corrections DFA – Property Insurance (F/A/T) Department of Rehabilitation Services Information Technology Services ITS – Wireless Communication Commission Attorney General – Judgments/Settlements IHL – JSU – School of Public Health (F/A/T) Oil and Gas Board Board of Tax Appeals Total State Support $16,500,000 12,000,000 7,111,185 4,559,746 3,876,374 3,000,000 2,384,494 1,815,194 1,800,000 36,900 19,000 $53,102,893 GF GF CEF CEF GF/CEF CEF CEF GF CEF GF GF Note: (F/A/T) Represents From, After and Through appropriations House Bill 1617 also provided $53,406,013 ($45.0 million for Division of Medicaid) in FY 2018 Special Fund additional/deficit appropriations. Summary of FY 2019 Legislative Budget Recommendation (LBR) FY 2019 General Fund requests from state agencies exceeded the FY 2018 appropriated level by approximately $730 million. The Joint Legislative Budget Committee’s (JLBC) Fiscal Year 2019 Recommendation for total State Support --- which includes General Funds, Education Enhancement Funds, Health Care Expendable Funds, Tobacco Control Funds, Budget Contingency Funds and Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Funds (as required for the Ayers Settlement) --- is $5,998,036,289 which is $76.1 million less than the appropriated Fiscal Year 2018. The Committee’s proposed Fiscal Year 2019 General Fund budget is $66.1 million, or 1.1%, less than was appropriated for the Fiscal Year 2018 budget. The Committee’s recommendation reflects General Fund reductions through the application of committee guidelines. Spending reductions were made by defunding most vacant agency positions and deleting 2,697 vacant positions, reducing funding for travel and vehicle purchases, funding only critical equipment/lease purchase obligations, and spending down of agency cash balances where possible. 13 The following sources remain unallocated in the Joint Legislative Budget Recommendation: $316.1 M Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Funds 112.0 M 2% Set-Aside in General Fund 99.1 M Budget Contingency Funds 28.5 M Capital Expense Funds 15.0 M Idle Special Fund Cash Balances 5.0 M Education Enhancement Fund 4.2 M General Fund $579.9 M Total Sources of Funds Utilized to Support FY 2019 Appropriations Funding measures adopted by the 2018 Legislature provide a total of $6,096,600,560 in State Support for FY 2019 appropriations are detailed below: General Funds $5,542,978,000 The Joint Legislative Budget Committee revised the FY 2018 General Fund estimate and increased the original Fiscal Year 2018 estimate by $32.2 million (one-time revenue due to Attorney General Settlements). FY 2019 General Fund Sine Die level of revenue compared to the March revised FY 2018 estimate is projected to be an increase of 0.4%. Education Enhancement Funds $383,630,492 There was no change from the original November 2017 sales and use tax revenue estimates for the FY 2019 Education Enhancement Fund. Health Care Expendable Funds $110,515,502 Under the provisions of SB 2503, 2014 Regular Legislative Session, the Legislature provided that the entire projected December 2018 tobacco settlement installment payment be deposited into the Health Care Expendable Fund. Capital Expense Funds $32,976,566 Under the provision of SB 2773, 2018 Regular Legislative Session, the Legislature provided for the FY 2018 transfer of the following funds to the Capital Expense Fund: $17,911,475 of Unclaimed Property Funds; $7,400,000 of Special Funds from the Department of Revenue; and $18,802 balance of Hurricane Disaster Reserve Funds. The estimated balance of the Capital Expense Fund prior to these transfers is $5,861,056. The estimated FY 2018 ending cash balance for the Capital Expense Fund is $17,270,941 (includes reappropriations). The Legislature expended $20,890,787 from the Capital Expense Fund for FY 2018 deficits and $32,976,566 from the Capital Expense Fund for various FY 2019 purposes leaving an estimated balance of $1,535,283. Tobacco Control Program Funds $20,000,000 The Legislature appropriated the anticipated FY 2019 deposit from the tobacco settlement payment to the Tobacco Control Program Fund. 14 Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Funds $5,000,000 In accordance with the Ayers Settlement, the Legislature is appropriating $5.0 M to the Institutions of Higher Learning from the Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Fund to fund the Ayers Settlement Endowment Fund. In 2019, $5.0 million of Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Funds will be allocated for this same purpose, with FY 2019 is the final year of the three year required payouts from the Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Fund. Budget Contingency Funds $1,500,000 These funds are derived from BP Settlement Funds (Deepwater Horizon oil spill). Reserves The Legislature has retained $526,990,744 in reserve funds that will be available to address shortfalls in revenues or FY 2019 deficits. The reserves are derived from the following sources: Working Cash Stabilization Reserve Funds General Fund 2% Set-Aside Budget Contingency Funds Total $316,318,743 113,122,000 97,550,001 $526,990,744 Summary of FY 2019 Appropriations Compared to the FY 2019 LBR The Legislature has agreed upon a package of funding sources that provide a total of $6,096,600,560 in State Support for FY 2019 ($98.6 million more than the LBR and $22.4 million more than FY 2018 State Support spending level). The Legislature appropriated nearly all budgets in a lump sum format in an effort to provide maximum flexibility to agency managers. Highlights of FY 2019 Appropriations Compared to the FY 2018 The following items reflect the significant legislative funding changes made to the FY 2018 State Support spending levels. These figures correlate to figures on pages 2-3 of this document that reflect a comparison between the FY 2018 State Support funding level and the appropriated FY 2019 State Support funding level. 15 Legislative Session Highlights for FY 2019 Secretary of State ($532,497) The Legislature provided $532,497 (-3.82%) in total State Support below the FY 2018 level of funding. Special funds were allocated for elections support payments to counties ($1,500,000) and to reimburse local governments from tax-forfeited land sales ($1,750,000). The Legislature also provided matching funds of $210,000 by reappropriating General Funds for a statewide voting administration program. Audit, Department of ($64,546) The Legislature provided $64,546 (-0.75%) in total State Support below the FY 2018 level of funding. The FY 2019 appropriation includes funds to hire new auditors and to comply with the Federal Single Audit Act. Special funds up to $1,000,000 from the DOJ Federal Equitable Sharing Program were allocated for law enforcement purposes. Finance & Administration, Department of – Support ($6,739,042) The Legislature provided $6,739,042 (-15.14%) in total State Support below the FY 2018 level of funding. This reduction is due to the removal of nonrecurring Capital Expense Funds and to account for offsetting Special Fund increases authorized in Senate Bill 2779. Special funds were allocated for MAGIC/MMRS and utilities ($10,500,000), the Capitol Complex Improvement District ($7,000,000), building support of the Two Mississippi Museums ($2,600,000), repairs and renovations of state-owned buildings ($2,000,000), and dissolution of the Pearl River Basin Development District ($150,000). Information Technology Services, Department of ($6,257,604) The Legislature provided $6,257,604 (-18.53%) in total State Support below the FY 2018 level of funding. This reduction is due to the implementation of a hybrid funding model with offsetting Special Fund increases in Senate Bill 2779. The total FY 2019 appropriation of $48,078,545 includes funding to enhance cybersecurity, increase bandwidth and connectivity to meet end user needs, modernize the Primary Data Center’s cloud computing and infrastructure architecture, and expand the State’s enterprise network into the CSpire Data Center in Starkville. Revenue, Department of $4,303,725 The Legislature provided $4,303,725 (11.29%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding. This increase includes $2,300,000 in Capital Expense Funds for the Mississippi Automated Registration Vehicle Information Network (MARVIN) and $1,800,000 to offset a decrease in the agency’s special funds. Revenue – License Tag Commission, Department of $5,100,000 The Legislature provided $5,100,000 (157.06%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding for the design and reissue of license plates. 16 K-12 Education $4,159,167 The Legislature provided $2,485,723,986 in total State Support for FY 2019. This is an increase of $4,159,167 (0.17%) above the FY 2018 level of funding. FY 2019 State Support for the Minimum Adequate Education Program (MAEP) increased by $3.1M (0.14%) to fund the health insurance increase. Chickasaw Interest increased by $962,160 (4.92%) based on a court ordered funding formula. The School Recognition Program increased by $4.9M (23.90%) for a total $25.3 million to fund schools improving by at least one letter grade. Vocational/Technical Education and the Schools for Deaf/Blind are funded essentially equal to FY 2018. Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) – Consolidated ($266,781) The Legislature provided $669,874,207 in total State Support for FY 2019. This is a decrease of $266,781 (-0.04%) below the FY 2018 level of funding across all of IHL for the support of ongoing operations. IHL – General Support, Subsidiary Programs, & Student Financial Aid ($2,726,049) The Legislature provided $4,726,577 (-1.21%) in total State Support below the FY 2018 level of funding for IHL – General Support and Subsidiary Programs. This reduction represents the net effect of approximately $10.0 million of non-recurring expenditures ($6.7 Ayers StepDown, $3.3 ASU-Water System Repairs) being removed from the budget while also adding approximately $5.3 million for general support of operations at the universities and subsidiary programs. The appropriation for IHL - General Support provides funding for the following initiatives: • $2.0 million for Higher Education Initiatives ($500,000 each for Jackson State University, Mississippi State University, University of Mississippi, and University of Southern Mississippi) • $360,000 for the promotion and expenses of the Teacher Corps at the University of Mississippi • $500,000 for the E­Learning Center at Jackson State University and $320,000 for the ELearning Center at Delta State University • $675,000 for the DSU-Department of Commercial Aviation • $850,000 for the MSU-Meridian Branch for the Riley Education and Performing Arts Center • $175,000 for the Delta State University Delta Center for Culture • $225,000 for Delta State University Delta Music Institute • $90,000 for the Children's Center for Communication and Development at the University of Southern Mississippi • $250,000 for the Dubard School at the University of Southern Mississippi • $75,000 for the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars Mississippi Initiative Scholarship Program • $275,000 for the Southwest Mississippi Center Culture and Learning at Alcorn State University • $950,000 for the Engineering Research and Development Center (ERDC) for research and development opportunities in science and technology initiatives • $750,000 for STEM related programs at Alcorn State University • $750,000 for STEM related programs at Mississippi Valley State University • $12.6 million for Ayers related programs in FY 2019 per the Ayers settlement agreement. The Legislature also provided $2,000,528 (5.31%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding for the Office of Student Financial Aid. These funds will provide financial assistance to eligible students for various state-supported student financial aid programs. 17 IHL - University Medical Center $628,716 The Legislature provided $628,716 (0.40%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding for the University Medical Center (UMC). This level of funding maintains funding of $1,800,000 for scholarships for Rural Physicians' Scholarship Program, maintains funding of $315,000 for scholarships for the Rural Dentists' Scholarship Program, and provides funding of $1,425,000 for the Office of Mississippi Physician Workforce. A total of $2,850,000 is provided for the Mind Center at the University Medical Center; $1,391,750 in State Support is provided to the Center of Excellence at the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children. Special funds in the amount of $4,845,000 are derived from the Department of Health Tobacco Control Fund and are allocated for: 1) the UMC Cancer Institute ($4,250,000) and 2) the ACT Tobacco Cessation Program ($595,000). IHL - Agriculture Units $1,830,552 The Legislature provided $1,830,552 (2.27%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding for the agriculture units at Alcorn State University and Mississippi State University. This level of funding will provide many educational, outreach, and research opportunities to improve our communities. Community Colleges $301,759 The Legislature provided $237,534,954 in total State Support FY 2019. This is an increase of $301,759 (0.13%) above the FY 2018 level of funding. The increase is for health insurance premiums and ITS. Community Colleges also received $25M in the Bond bill for infrastructure needs. Health, Department of $2,317,158 The Legislature provided $59,334,345 in total State Support for FY 2019. This is an increase of $2,317,158 (4.06%) above the FY 2018 level of funding. This includes an increase in the Communicable Disease program for the surveillance, diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis, syphilis and HIV. Other increases were for Information Technology Services (ITS) and state employee health insurance costs. The Trauma Care System and Emergency Medical Services were not reduced from the FY 2018 levels. $238,433 Mental Health, Department of The Legislature provided $226,953,451 in total State Support for FY 2019. This is an increase of $238,433 (.11%) above the FY 2018 level of funding. Continuing State Support of $16,100,000 is provided for the Department of Justice concerns to better comply with the Olmstead U.S. Supreme Court decision. Other increases were for Information Technology Services (ITS) and state employee health insurance costs. Funding remained at the FY 2018 level for the Home and Community Based Waiver program, the Hope Village for Children, and community based mental health services for juveniles in detention. Agriculture and Commerce, Department of $16,816 The Legislature provided $16,816 (0.25%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Department of Agriculture and Commerce. The final appropriation restored necessary funding to sustain the daily operations of the agency. In addition, the Legislature provided $500,000 in special fund authority for Product Safety Enforcement. 18 Animal Health, Board of $21,750 The Legislature provided $21,750 (1.94%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Board of Animal Health. Of the funds appropriated, $20,000 will be utilized for the purchase of necessary operational equipment. In addition, the Legislature provided $100,000 special fund authority for emergency animal disease outbreak, including Avian Influenza and CWD in enclosures. Archives and History, Department of ($2,559,937) The Legislature provided $2,559,937 (21.08%) in total State Support below the FY 2018 level of funding. This was due to the reduction of non-recurring Budget Contingency Funds for the Bicentennial Commission and Capital Expense Funds for expenses to the 2 New Mississippi Museums and Old Smith County Jailhouse. The Legislature provided $996,000 in General Funds for operational expenses and additional staff for the 2 Mississippi Museums Forestry Commission $17,461 The Legislature provided $17,461 (0.13%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Forestry Commission. The final appropriation restored necessary funding to maintain the daily operations of the agency. In addition, the Legislature provided $5.3 million in special fund authority to purchase bulldozers and for a building renovation to the central dispatch office. Grand Gulf Military $102,265 The Legislature provided $102,265 (59.9%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Grand Gulf Military Park. Of the funds appropriated, $100,000 will be for repairs to the park due to tornado damage in May 2017. Oil and Gas Board $91,642 The Legislature provided $91,642 (4.94%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Oil and Gas Board. The final appropriation restored necessary funding to sustain the daily operations of the agency. Insurance, Department of $12,289 The Legislature provided $12,289 (0.10%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding. This is a slight increase for Health Insurance and ITS Fees. The Legislature provided $4,500,000 in Special Fund Authority for the Rural Fire Truck and/or Supplementary Rural Fire Truck Fund. Corrections, Department of $5,854,788 The Legislature provided $315,790,233 in total State Support for FY 2019. This is an increase of $5,854,788 (1.89%) above the FY 2018 level of funding. This is a net total of vacant position reductions of $4.6 million offset by additional funding for the following: $5.5M from the Capital Expense Fund (CEF) for repairs at Wilkinson Correctional Facility; $4.5 million for Private Prisons and Medical Services; and $454,789 GF for Health insurance and ITS fees. Division of Medicaid ($1,750,023) The Legislature provided $917,023,637 in total State Support to match federal Medicaid funds for FY 2019. This is a $1,750,023 (-0.19%) decrease under the FY 2018 level of funding. A transfer of $2.0 million dollars that had previously been required to be transferred to the Department of Human Services and the Department of Rehabilitation Services was removed and put directly into those two budgets. This $2.0 million-dollar reduction has no effect on Medicaid funding since it was never used in the Medicaid program and made the effective change from FY 2018 an increase of $249,977. 19 Human Services, Department of $18,082,927 The Legislature provided $18,082,927 (35.12%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Department of Human Services (DHS). Of the funds, $17,040,609 is used as federal match money to maximize the agency’s Federal Fund draw down. Additionally, $1,000,000 in General Funds that was transferred from the Department of Medicaid in previous years, is appropriated directly to DHS for the Home Delivered Meals Programs. The remaining $42,318 was provided for the General Fund portion of the Health Insurance Premium Increase. The Legislature passed SB 2675 (2018 Regular Session) which allows the Department of Child Protection Services (CPS) to remain a sub-agency within DHS. The bill also allows CPS to maintain operational control over its daily functions. The two agencies’ appropriations are combined into one bill for FY 2019. The combination would allow DHS to use all available State Support resources between the two agencies to maximize its Federal Fund draw down and further assist in funding CPS so that it may become compliant with the terms of the Olivia Y. Settlement. A deficit appropriation of $12 Million in General Funds was provided to DHS as federal match money for FY 2018 for that purpose as well. Child Protection Services, Department of $12,024,927 The Legislature provided $12,024,927 (12.27%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Department of Child Protection Services (CPS) to maintain compliance with the Olivia Y. Settlement. The major compliance portions of the settlement consist of hiring a sufficient number of social workers and implementing a new software system with a 3-yr phase-in. As a result of the passage of SB 2675, 2018 Legislative Session, CPS will remain a sub-agency within the Department of Human Services (DHS). The bill also allows CPS to maintain operational control over its daily functions. Additionally, CPS’ and DHS’ appropriation bill is combined. The combination of the two agencies will allow DHS to maximize its Federal Fund draw down to assist with funding the operational needs of CPS. To further assist with the funding of CPS, DHS received a deficit of $12 Million in General Funds for FY 2018 as Federal Fund match money to further assist in funding the operational needs of CPS to maintain compliance. Rehabilitation Services, Department of $4,006,210 The Legislature provided $4,006,210 (17.05%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Department of Rehabilitation Services. Of the funds, $3,006,210 is used as federal match funding for the agency’s Maintenance of Effort for Vocational Rehabilitation and Vocational Rehabilitation for the Blind and its two Home and Community Based Waiver (HCBW) programs: (1) The Special Disability Program which administers the Independent Living Program and (2) The Spinal Cord and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program. The remaining $1,000,000 that was transferred from the Department of Medicaid in previous years was appropriated directly to the agency to fund the Independent Living, Home and Community Based Medicaid Waiver Program in the Office of Special Disability Programs. A deficit appropriation of $3,876,374 in State Support for FY18 was provided to the Department of Rehabilitation Services for federal match requirements for MOE and HCBW services. The total funding of the deficit appropriation and the increased State Support would allow the agency to remain compliant with its federal requirements and maintain its current 3,200 slots. Mississippi Emergency Management Agency $587,967 The Legislature provided $587,967 (18.86%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding. The Legislature provided $509,351 in General Funds to fully fund and staff the agency’s authorized positions which enables them to respond to natural disasters and other emergencies. 20 Mississippi Military Department $2,690 The Legislature provided $2,690 (0.03%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding to the Mississippi Military Department. The Legislature provided $1,960,686 for the support of the Youth Challenge Program at Camp Shelby. Additionally, $925,000 is provided for the higher education tuition for National Guard members. Public Safety, Department of - Consolidated $2,374,321 The Legislature provided $2,374,321 (2.81%) in total State Support above the FY 2018 level of funding. The Legislature authorized $5,000,000 in Special Fund Authority for a Trooper School (30-35). The Legislature provided $1,201,272 in General Funds for the State Medical Examiner’s Office in which $737,000 is for the realignment of the State Medical Examiner and the State Medical Examiner, Associates. Also, the Medical Examiner’s Office received an additional State Medical Examiner, Associate PIN at $225,000 plus fringe. 21 SCHEDULE I GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY PART I - GENERAL FUND AGENCIES LEGISLATIVE Hl585 LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - MONTHLY ALLOWANCE Hl585 LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - REGULAR Hl585 LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE PEER COMMITTEE. JOINT Hl585 Hl585 LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT COM. JOINT ENERGY COUNCIL. THE Hl585 Hl585 INTERSTATE COOPERATION. COMMISSION ON SOUTHERN STATES ENERGY BOARD Hl585 Hl585 UNIFORM STATE LAWS. COMMISSION ON TOTAL LEGISLATIVE Hl582 Hl617 Hl586 Hl583 S2960 Hl587 Hl584 Hl584 Hl584 Hl584 JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE JUDGMENTS & SETTLEMENTS CAPITAL POST-CONVICTION COUNSEL. OFC OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS & STAFF JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE COMMISSION STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER. OFFICE OF SUPREME COURT SUPREME COURT SERVICES. OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS COURT OF APPEALS TRIAL JUDGES TOTAL JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE S2961 ETHICS COMMISSION S2989 GOVERNOR'S OFFICE SUPPORT & MANSION S2993 SECRETARY OF STATE TOTAL EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE S2990 S2988 S2988 S2988 S2991 S2991 S2992 S2963 S2963 S2964 FISCAL AFFAIRS AUDIT. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION. DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI HOME CORPORATION STATUS OF WOMEN. COMMISSION ON THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES. DEPT OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION COMMISSION PERSONNEL BOARD REVENUE. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF LICENSE TAG COMMISSION TAX APPEALS. BOARD OF TOTAL FISCAL AFFAIRS PUBLIC EDUCATION EDUCATION. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS Hl592 CHICKASAW INTEREST Hl592 MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM Hl592 INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT PERCENT OF OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 3.650.085 17.343.090 2.824.831 2.247.430 131.751 38.400 320.771 29.077 35.150 26,620.585 3.679.497 17.190.345 2.946.855 2.249.120 121.817 38.400 328.319 29.077 36.205 26,619,635 29.412 -152.745 122.024 1.690 -9.934 0 7.548 0 1.055 0.81 -0.88 4.32 0.08 -7.54 0.00 2.35 0.00 3.00 22.939.704 1.815.194 1.547.192 23.139.300 340.036 3.094.606 22.976.084 0 1.658.441 24.872.365 568.100 3.096.489 36.380 -1.815.194 111.249 1.733.065 228.064 1.883 0.16 -100.00 7.19 7.49 67.07 0.06 6.511.192 11.228.486 4,140.791 21.214.373 95.970.874 6.605.116 11.343.903 4.314.088 21.402.467 96,837,053 93.924 115.417 173.297 188.094 866,179 1.44 1.03 4.19 0.89 0.90 573.410 2.151.022 13.931.266 605.993 2.369.391 13.398.769 32.583 218.369 -532.497 5.68 10.15 -3.82 8.608.803 42.989.663 1.507.435 33.419 33.766.118 7.817.950 4,107.730 38.118.874 3.247.190 494.000 8.544.257 37.761.385 1.484.450 42.100 27.508.514 8.001.721 4.141.221 38.322.599 3.247.190 489.401 -64.546 -5.228.278 -22.985 8.681 -6.257.604 183.771 33.491 203.725 0 -4.599 -0.75 -12.16 -1.52 25.98 -18.53 2.35 0.82 0.53 0.00 -0.93 0.05 4.92 -0.32 16,655,698 16.374,153 -950 -281,545 140,691.182 129,542,838 -11. 148.344 119.086.224 19.573.344 1.996.544.752 119.146.899 20.535.504 1.990.058.574 60.675 962.160 -6.486.178 -0.00 0.48 1.75 -1.69 0.30 -7.92 2.34 22 SCHEDULE I GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY Hl592 SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND & DEAF VOCATIONAL & TECHNICAL EDUCATION Hl592 Hl593 EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION AUTHORITY Hl594 LIBRARY COMMISSION TOTAL PUBLIC EDUCATION S2944 S2945 S2946 S2947 S2953 S2954 HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING UNIVERSITIES - GENERAL SUPPORT - CONS UNIVERSITIES - SUBSIDIARY PRGS - CONS STUDENT FINANCIAL AID UNIVERSITY OF MS MEDICAL CENTER - CONS COMMUNITY & JUNIOR COLLEGES BOARD SUPPORT TOTAL HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLIC HEALTH Hl599 HEALTH. STATE DEPARTMENT OF Hl599 HEALTH INFORMATION NETWORK. MISSISSIPPI TOTAL PUBLIC HEALTH HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS S2966 MENTAL HEALTH. DEPARTMENT OF - CONS TOTAL HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS AGRICUUURE AND ECONOMIC DEV AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE UNITS S2982 AGRICULTURE & COMMERCE. DEPARTMENT OF S2984 ANIMAL HEALTH. BOARD OF S2986 FAIR COMMISSION - COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOWS TOTAL AGRIC AND COMMERCE UNITS S2948 S2949 S2950 S2951 S2952 IHL AGRICULTURAL UNITS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING - AG PRG ASU - AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS MSU - AG & FORESTRY EXPERIMENT STATION MSU - COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE MSU - FOREST & WILDLIFE RESEARCH CENTER MSU - VETERINARY MEDICINE. COLLEGE OF TOTAL IHL - AGRICULTURAL UNITS APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 9,618.184 76.193.758 3.981.001 9.272.158 9.627.395 76.195.672 3,985.955 9.328.593 INCREASE OR DECREASE 9.211 1. 914 4.954 56.435 PERCENT PERCENT OF OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION 0.10 0.00 0.12 0.61 2,234,269,421 2.228,878.592 -5.390.829 -0.24 301.627.118 31,924.330 37.661.346 148.592.525 292.941.594 33.054.556 39.661.874 149.221.241 -8.685,524 1.130.226 2.000.528 628.716 -2.88 3.54 5.31 0.42 5,894.284 190,424.570 716.124.173 6.196.043 187.397.548 708,472.856 301.759 -3.027.022 5. 12 -1.59 27,838,404 499.114 30,155.562 499.114 2.317.158 0 8.32 0.00 8.18 0.55 238,433 238.433 0.11 0.11 3.75 8,084,042 16.816 1.750 0 18,566 0.25 0.16 0.00 6.298.410 21.871.032 28.837.182 5.471.213 17,029.163 79.507,000 127.038 467.664 614.341 115.833 365.676 1.690.552 2.06 2.19 2.18 2.16 2.19 19,032.820 30.654,676 207,763.132 208,001.565 208,001.565 6,734,688 1.118.641 212.147 6.751.504 1.120.391 212.147 6.171,372 21,403.368 28.222.841 5.355.380 16.663.487 8,065.476 77.816.448 0.15 0.23 1.43 2.17 ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEV UNITS S2996 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY TOTAL ECONOMIC AND COMM DEV UNITS TOTAL AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEV 19,695,734 105,577.658 19,032.820 106.623.862 -662.914 -662,914 1. 046.204 -3.37 CONSERVATION Hl596 ARCHIVES & HISTORY. DEPARTMENT OF Hl596 STATEWIDE ORAL HISTORY PROJECT Hl607 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. DEPARTMENT OF Hl604 FORESTRY COMMISSION 8.579.582 44.129 9.980.940 13,628.515 9.535.631 45.748 10,011.182 13.645.976 956.049 1.619 30.242 17,461 11.14 3.67 0.30 0.13 19,695.734 12.78 -1.07 2.317.158 28.337.518 207.763.132 - 7.651.317 40.21 0.34 1.92 -3.37 0.99 23 SCHEDULE I GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. H1608 H1606 H1609 Hl605 S2967 H1610 NAME OF AGENCY GRAND GULF MILITARY MONUMENT COMMISSION MARINE RESOURCES. DEPARTMENT OF OIL & GAS BOARD SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY DEV AUTH WILDLIFE/FISHERIES/PARKS. DEPT OF - CONS TOTAL CONSERVATION INSURANCE AND BANKING H1588 INSURANCE. DEPARTMENT OF STATE FIRE ACADEMY H1589 TOTAL INSURANCE AND BANKING S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 H1598 Hl600 H1600 Hl602 CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONS. DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL OFFICE CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS MEDICAL SERVICES PARCHMAN PAROLE BOARD PRIVATE PRISONS REGIONAL FACILITIES REIMBURSEMENT - LOCAL CONFINEMENT SOUTH MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL TOTAL CORRECTIONS SOCIAL WELFARE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE MEDICAID. DIVISION OF HUMAN SERVICES. DEPARTMENT OF - CONS CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES. MS DEPT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES. DEPT OF - CONS TOTAL SOCIAL WELFARE MLTY. POLICE AND VETS' AFFAIRS S2956 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY. MISSISSIPPI DISASTER RELIEF - CONSOLIDATED S2956 S2957 MILITARY DEPARTMENT - CONSOLIDATED PUBLIC SAFETY. DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY PATROL. DIVISION OF S2958 SUPPORT SERVICES. DIVISION OF S2958 COUNCIL ON AGING S2958 COUNTY JAIL OFFICER STDS/TNG. BOARD ON S2958 CRIME LAB S2958 CRIME LAB - STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER S2958 HOMELAND SECURITY. OFFICE OF S2958 JUVENILE FACILITY MONITORING UNIT S2958 LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' STDS/TNG BOARD S2958 LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' TNG ACADEMY S2958 NARCOTICS. BUREAU OF S2958 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 170,731 922.150 1.892.766 611.870 150.644 5.875.010 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 272.996 1.065.130 1.947,508 604.687 150.644 5.879,614 INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT PERCENT OF OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION 102,265 142.980 54,742 -7.183 0 4,604 59.90 15.51 2.89 -1.17 0.00 0.08 3.11 41,856.337 43.159.116 1. 302. 779 11.881.431 5.107.178 11.893.720 5,085.305 12.289 -21.873 0.10 -0.43 25.293.951 30,554,716 19,967.024 65,512.100 42.695.487 664.043 56.784.438 37.688.832 7,298,421 23,476.433 309.935,445 23.780.541 27,439.468 18.988.777 70,352.627 35.624.789 664,571 65.458.709 37.123.500 7,188.945 19.991.740 306,613,667 -1.513.410 -3.115.248 -978.247 4,840.527 -7.070.698 528 8.674.271 -565.332 -109,476 -3.484,693 -5.98 -10.20 -4.90 7.39 -16.56 0.08 15.28 -1.50 -1.50 -14.84 869.491.413 51.495.781 109.969.323 21.659.966 1.052.616. 483 840.827.509 69.578.708 97,994.298 23.825.164 1. 032. 225.679 -28.663.904 18,082.927 -11,975.025 2.165.198 -3.30 35.12 -10.89 10.00 3.118.086 585.056 7,942.694 3.706.053 585.056 7,945.384 587,967 0 2.690 18.86 0.00 0.03 58.308,064 4.192.141 201.958 352.780 6.858.605 487.775 86.830 56.568 2.306.029 288.110 11.137.161 59.944,688 4,194.649 202.090 352.846 6.863.885 1.201.272 86.962 56.634 2.306.293 288.473 11.152.517 1.636.624 2.508 132 66 5.280 713.497 132 66 264 363 15.356 2.81 0.06 0.07 0.02 0.08 146.28 0.15 0.12 0.01 0.13 0.14 16,988,609 16,979.025 -9,584 -3.321. 778 -20,390,804 0.78 -0.06 0.31 5.53 -1. 07 18.62 -1.94 24 SCHEDULE I GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY PUBLIC SAFETY PLANNING. OFFICE OF S2958 S2959 VETERANS' AFFAIRS BOARD TOTAL MLTY, POLICE AND VETS' AFFAIRS LOCAL ASSISTANCE REVENUE. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION REIMBURSEMENT S2963 TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE Hl595 S2976 Hl590 Hl590 Hl591 S2965 MISCELLANEOUS ARTS COMMISSION GAMING COMMISSION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION NO-CALL TELEPHONE SOLICITATION PUBLIC UTILITIES STAFF WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS DEBT SERVICE TREASURER'S OFFICE. STATE BANK SERVICE CHARGE S2995 BONDS & INTEREST PAYMENT S2995 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE TOTAL CURRENT GEN FD APPROP (RECURRING) Hl596 Hl586 Hl592 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 S2993 REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 ARCHIVES & HISTORY-BEAUVOIR SHRINE CAPITAL POST-CONVICTION COUNSEL. OFC OF EDUC-GEN EDUC PRGS-ADDITIONAL FUNDING LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-HOUSE CONTINGENCY LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-SENATE CONTINGENCY LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-JOINT OPERATIONS LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE PEER COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT COM. JOINT SECRETARY OF STATE-STATEWIDE VOTING ADM TOTAL REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 TOTAL CURRENT GEN FD APPROP & REAPPROP APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 232.810 5,500.000 232.843 5.751.340 PERCENT OF PERCENT OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION INCREASE OR DECREASE 33 251.340 3.216.318 0.01 4.57 104.870.985 80.625.992 80,625.992 80,625,992 0 0.00 1.144.718 8.112.266 4.348.364 69.865 2.200.000 5.263.499 1.145.294 8.149.734 4,389.907 69.865 2.201.650 5.300.464 576 37.468 41.543 0 1.650 36.965 0.05 0.46 0.96 0.00 0.08 0.70 80,625,992 0 1.89 3.16 101.654.667 0.00 1.45 0.56 0.38 21,138.712 21.256.914 118. 202 500.000 384.741.392 385.241.392 500.000 384.741.392 385,241,392 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 6.95 5,582.067,878 5,542.978,000 -39.089,878 -0.70 100.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 131.176 100.000 3.000.000 500.000 300.000 600.000 200.000 50.000 10.000 210.000 131.176 100.000 3.000.000 500.000 300.000 600.000 200.000 50.000 10.000 210.000 5.101.176 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 5,582,067.878 5.548,079,176 - 33.988,702 -0.61 0 5.101.176 0 25 SCHEDULE IA STATE SUPPORT APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY PART I - GENERAL FUND AGENCIES Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 H1585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 H1585 Hl585 Hl582 Hl617 Hl586 Hl583 S2960 Hl587 Hl584 H1584 Hl584 Hl584 LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - MONTHLY ALLOWANCE LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - REGULAR LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE PEER COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT COM. JOINT ENERGY COUNCIL. THE INTERSTATE COOPERATION. COMMISSION ON SOUTHERN STATES ENERGY BOARD UNIFORM STATE LAWS. COMMISSION ON TOTAL LEGISLATIVE JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE JUDGMENTS & SETTLEMENTS CAPITAL POST-CONVICTION COUNSEL. OFC OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS & STAFF JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE COMMISSION STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER. OFFICE OF SUPREME COURT SUPREME COURT SERVICES. OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS COURT OF APPEALS TRIAL JUDGES TOTAL JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE S2961 ETHICS COMMISSION S2989 GOVERNOR'S OFFICE SUPPORT & MANSION S2993 SECRETARY OF STATE TOTAL EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE S2990 S2988 S2988 S2988 Hl617 S2991 S2991 S2992 S2963 S2963 FISCAL AFFAIRS AUDIT. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION. DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI HOME CORPORATION STATUS OF WOMEN. COMMISSION ON THE STATE PROPERTY INSURANCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES. DEPT OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION COMMISSION PERSONNEL BOARD REVENUE. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF LICENSE TAG COMMISSION APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 PERCENT PERCENT OF OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION INCREASE OR DECREASE 26,620.585 3.679.497 17,190.345 2.946.855 2.249.120 121.817 38.400 328.319 29.077 36.205 26.619.635 29.412 -152.745 122.024 1.690 -9.934 0 7.548 0 1.055 0.81 -0.88 4.32 0.08 -7.54 0.00 2.35 0.00 3.00 22.939.704 1. 815.194 1.547.192 23.139.300 340.036 3.094.606 22.976.084 0 1.658.441 24,872.365 568.100 3.096.489 36.380 -1.815.194 111.249 1.733.065 228.064 1.883 0.16 -100.00 7.19 7.49 67.07 0.06 6.511.192 11.228.486 4.140.791 21.214.373 6.605.116 11.343.903 4.314.088 21.402.467 93.924 115.417 173.297 188.094 866,179 1.44 1.03 4.19 0.89 0.90 573.410 2.151.022 13.931.266 605.993 2.369.391 13.398.769 32.583 218.369 -532.497 5.68 10.15 -3.82 8.608.803 44,500.427 1.507.435 33.419 7.333.466 36,766.118 10.331.196 4.107.730 38.118.874 3.247.190 8.544.257 37.761.385 1.484.450 42.100 0 27,508.514 8.001.721 4.141.221 40.622.599 8.347.190 -64.546 -6.739.042 -22.985 8.681 -7.333.466 -9.257.604 -2.329.475 33.491 2.503.725 5.100.000 -0.75 -15.14 -1.52 25.98 100.00 -25.18 -22.55 0.82 6.57 157.06 3.650.085 17.343.090 2.824.831 2,247.430 131.751 38.400 320.771 29.077 35.150 95,970.874 16,655,698 96.837.053 16,374,153 -950 -281,545 0.44 -0.00 1.59 -1.69 0.27 26 SCHEDULE IA STATE SUPPORT APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY CAPITAL EXPENSE FUNDS S2773 S2964 TAX APPEALS. BOARD OF TOTAL FISCAL AFFAIRS H1592 Hl592 Hl592 H1592 H1592 Hl593 Hl594 S2944 H1617 S2945 S2946 S2947 S2953 S2954 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDUCATION. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS CHICKASAW INTEREST MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND & DEAF VOCATIONAL & TECHNICAL EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION AUTHORITY LIBRARY COMMISSION TOTAL PUBLIC EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING UNIVERSITIES - GENERAL SUPPORT - CONS UNIV - GEN SUP - JSU SCH OF PUB HEALTH UNIVERSITIES - SUBSIDIARY PRGS - CONS STUDENT FINANCIAL AID UNIVERSITY OF MS MEDICAL CENTER - CONS COMMUNITY & JUNIOR COLLEGES BOARD SUPPORT TOTAL HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLIC HEALTH Hl599 HEALTH. STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION NETWORK. MISSISSIPPI Hl599 TOTAL PUBLIC HEALTH HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS S2966 MENTAL HEALTH. DEPARTMENT OF - CONS TOTAL HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEV AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE UNITS S2982 AGRICULTURE & COMMERCE. DEPARTMENT OF S2984 ANIMAL HEALTH. BOARD OF S2986 FAIR COMMISSION - COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOWS TOTAL AGRIC AND COMMERCE UNITS APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 0 494.000 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 1.800.000 489.401 INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT PERCENT OF OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION 1.800.000 -4.599 100.00 -0.93 0.04 4.92 0.14 0.09 0.00 0.08 0.58 -10.52 155,048.658 138.742.838 -16.305.820 168.997.109 19.573.344 2.201.038.129 10.825.221 81.131.016 6.099.967 9.766.005 2.497.430.791 169.057.784 20.535.504 2.204.163.336 10.834.432 81.132.930 6.104.921 9.822.440 2.501.651.347 60.675 962.160 3.125.207 9.211 1.914 4.954 56.435 4.220,556 0.17 361.081.067 1.800.000 32.755.072 37.661.346 157.860.985 355.224.264 0 33.885.298 39.661.874 158.489.701 -5.856.803 -1.800.000 1.130.226 2.000.528 628.716 -1.62 100.00 3.45 5.31 0.40 6.150.284 231.082.911 6.452.043 231.082.911 824.796.091 301.759 0 ·3,595.574 4.91 0.00 ·0.43 57.017.187 499.114 59.334.345 499.114 2.317.158 0 4.06 0.00 226.715.018 226.953.451 238.433 0.11 0.25 1.94 0.00 828.391.665 57.516.301 59,833.459 2.317.158 226,715.018 226,953.451 238,433 6.734.688 1.118.641 212.147 6.751.504 1.140.391 212.147 16.816 21.750 0 8.065.476 8.104.042 38,566 2.28 41.03 13.53 0.98 4.03 3.72 0.11 0.13 0.48 27 SCHEDULE IA STATE SUPPORT APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. S2948 S2949 S2950 S2951 S2952 NAME OF AGENCY IHL AGRICULTURAL UNITS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING - AG PRG ASU - AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS MSU - AG & FORESTRY EXPERIMENT STATION MSU - COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE MSU - FOREST & WILDLIFE RESEARCH CENTER MSU - VETERINARY MEDICINE. COLLEGE OF TOTAL IHL - AGRICULTURAL UNITS ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEV UNITS S2996 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY NAT'L DIABETES/OBESITY RES CTR (NDORC) S2773 TOTAL ECONOMIC AND COMM DEV UNITS TOTAL AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEV H1596 Hl596 Hl607 H1604 H1608 Hl606 Hl609 H1605 S2967 Hl610 CONSERVATION ARCHIVES & HISTORY. DEPARTMENT OF STATEWIDE ORAL HISTORY PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY COMMISSION GRAND GULF MILITARY MONUMENT COMMISSION MARINE RESOURCES. DEPARTMENT OF OIL & GAS BOARD SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY DEV AUTH WILDLIFE/FISHERIES/PARKS. DEPT OF - CONS TOTAL CONSERVATION INSURANCE AND BANKING H1588 INSURANCE. DEPARTMENT OF STATE FIRE ACADEMY H1589 TOTAL INSURANCE AND BANKING S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONS. DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL OFFICE CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS MEDICAL SERVICES PARCHMAN PAROLE BOARD PRIVATE PRISONS REGIONAL FACILITIES REIMBURSEMENT - LOCAL CONFINEMENT APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 INCREASE OR DECREASE 127.038 467.664 614.341 115.833 505.676 PERCENT PERCENT OF OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION 2.05 2.07 2.10 2.07 2.94 6.190.694 22.568.946 29.198.086 5.608,385 17.216.407 6.317.732 23.036.610 29.812.427 5.724.218 17,722.083 82.613.070 1.830.552 2.27 30.111.442 0 30,111.442 118,959.436 19,897.820 1.500.000 21.397.820 112.114.932 -10.213.622 1.500.000 -33.92 100.00 12.097.187 44.129 9.980.940 13,628.515 170.731 3,922,150 1.892.766 611.870 150.644 6,000,345 48.499.277 9.535.631 45.748 10.011.182 13.645,976 272.996 1.065.130 1.947.508 604.687 150.644 6.079.949 43.359.451 -2. 561.556 1.619 30.242 17,461 102.265 -2.857.020 54.742 -7.183 0 79.604 -21.17 3.67 0.30 0.13 59.90 -72.84 2.89 -1.17 0.00 1.33 11.881,431 5.107.178 11.893.720 5.085.305 12.289 -21.873 0.10 -0.43 25.293.951 30.554.716 19,967.024 69,067,692 42.695.487 664.043 60.340.031 37.688.832 7,298.421 29.280.541 27.439.468 18.988.777 70,352.627 35.624.789 664.571 65.458.709 37.123.500 7,188.945 3.986.590 -3.115.248 -978.247 1.284.935 -7,070.698 528 5.118.678 -565.332 -109.476 15.76 -10.20 -4.90 1.86 -16.56 0.08 8.48 -1.50 -1.50 80.782.518 16,988.609 16.979.025 -8.713.622 -6.844.504 -5.139.826 -9.584 1.36 -28.94 -5.75 0.35 1.84 -10.60 0.71 0.28 -0.06 28 SCHEDULE IA STATE SUPPORT APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. S2955 S2773 S2773 Hl598 H1600 H1600 H1602 NAME OF AGENCY SOUTH MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL CAPITAL EXPENSE FDS - MEDICAL SERVICES CAPITAL EXPENSE FDS - PRIVATE PRISONS TOTAL CORRECTIONS SOCIAL WELFARE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE MEDICAID. DIVISION OF HUMAN SERVICES. DEPARTMENT OF - CONS CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES. MS DEPT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES. DEPT OF - CONS TOTAL SOCIAL WELFARE MLTY. POLICE AND VETS' AFFAIRS S2956 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY. MISSISSIPPI DISASTER RELIEF - CONSOLIDATED S2956 S2957 MILITARY DEPARTMENT - CONSOLIDATED PUBLIC SAFETY, DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY PATROL. DIVISION OF S2958 SUPPORT SERVICES. DIVISION OF S2958 COUNCIL ON AGING S2958 COUNTY JAIL OFFICER STDS/TNG. BOARD ON S2958 CRIME LAB S2958 CRIME LAB - STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER S2958 HOMELAND SECURITY. OFFICE OF S2958 JUVENILE FACILITY MONITORING UNIT S2958 LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' STDS/TNG BOARD S2958 LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' TNG ACADEMY S2958 NARCOTICS. BUREAU OF S2958 PUBLIC SAFETY PLANNING. OFFICE OF S2958 S2959 VETERANS' AFFAIRS BOARD TOTAL MLTY. POLICE AND VETS' AFFAIRS LOCAL ASSISTANCE REVENUE. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION REIMBURSEMENT S2963 TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE MISCELLANEOUS Hl595 ARTS COMMISSION S2976 GAMING COMMISSION H1590 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION NO-CALL TELEPHONE SOLICITATION Hl590 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 PERCENT PERCENT OF OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREP.SE APPROPRIATION INCREASE OR DECREASE 317,046.630 19.991.740 1,838.283 1.838.283 315,790.233 -3.484,693 1.838.283 1.838,283 -14.84 100.00 100.00 935,273,660 51.495 .781 109.969,323 27,377.130 1.124,115. 894 917,023,637 69,578.708 109.994.298 27,506.966 1,124,103,609 -18,250,023 18.082.927 24.975 129.836 -1.95 35.12 0.02 0.47 3. 118.086 585.056 7,942.694 3.706.053 585,056 7,945,384 587.967 0 2.690 18.86 0.00 0.03 58.308.064 4,192.141 201.958 352,780 6.858.605 487,775 86,830 56,568 2.306.029 288.110 11,137.161 232.810 5,500.000 59,944,688 4.194.649 202.090 352.846 6,863,885 1.201.272 86.962 56.634 2,306.293 288.473 11,152.517 232.843 5 .751.340 1. 636.624 2.508 132 66 5,280 713,497 132 66 264 363 15.356 33 251.340 2.81 0.06 0.07 0.02 0.08 146.28 0.15 0.12 0 01 0.13 0.14 0.01 4.57 23,476.433 0 0 -1,256,397 -12,285 -0.40 3.16 104,870,985 3,216,318 80.625.992 80.625.992 0 0.00 1.594.718 8.112.266 4.348.364 69.865 1.595.294 8,149.734 4,389.907 69.865 576 37,468 41.543 0 0.04 0.46 0.96 0.00 80,625,992 0 18.44 -0.00 101,654,667 80,625.992 5.18 1.72 1.32 0.00 29 SCHEDULE IA STATE SUPPORT APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY H1591 PUBLIC UTILITIES STAFF S2965 WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS DEBT SERVICE TREASURER'S OFFICE. STATE BANK SERVICE CHARGE S2995 BONDS & INTEREST PAYMENT S2995 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE TOTAL CURRENT STATE SUPPORT APPROP (RECURRING) CUR GEN FD APPROP (NON-RECURRING) FIN & ADMIN - BLDG - CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL CUR GEN FD APPROP (NON-RECURRING) TOTAL CURRENT STATE SUPPORT APPROP Hl596 Hl596 H1586 Hl592 Hl616 Hl616 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 H1585 H1585 Hl585 S2773 S2773 S2993 REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 ARCHIVES & HISTORY-BEAUVOIR SHRINE ARCH/HIST-OLD SMITH CNTY JAILHOUSE (CEF) CAPITAL POST-CONVICTION COUNSEL. OFC OF EDUC-GEN EDUC PRGS-ADDITIONAL FUNDING FIN/ADMIN-BLDG-ASU WATER TREATMENT (CEF) FIN/ADMIN-BLDG-USM GREEN HALL R&R (BCF) LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-HOUSE CONTINGENCY LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-SENATE CONTINGENCY LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-JOINT OPERATIONS LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE PEER COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT COM. JOINT MDA-AIR SERVICES DEVELOPMENT ACT (CEF) MDA-GREENVILLE AIRPORT (CEF) SECRETARY OF STATE-STATEWIDE VOTING ADM TOTAL REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 TOTAL CURRENT STATE SUPPORT APPROP & REAPPROP APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 2,200.000 5.263.499 2.201.650 5,300.464 PERCENT OF PERCENT OF INCREASE TOTAL FY 2019 OR DECREASE APPROPRIATION INCREASE OR DECREASE 1.650 36.965 0.08 0.70 0.55 21.588.712 21,706,914 118,202 500.000 384.741.392 385,241.392 500.000 384.741.392 385,241,392 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 6.32 6,119,070,199 6,096,600,560 -22.469.639 -0.37 100.00 8.200.000 8,200,000 0 0 -8.200.000 -8,200,000 100.00 -100.00 100. 00 6,127,270,199 6,096,600,560 -30,669,639 -0.50 100.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 131.176 130.000 100.000 3,000.000 3.311.592 8.200.000 500.000 300.000 600.000 200.000 50.000 10.000 750.000 2.700.000 210.000 131.176 130.000 100.000 3.000.000 3.311.592 8.200.000 500.000 300.000 600.000 200.000 50.000 10.000 750.000 2.700.000 210.000 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 -0.17 0 0 20,192.768 20,192.768 6,127,270,199 6.116.793.328 -10,476,871 0.36 100.00 30 SCHEDULE II SPECIAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. S2982 S2983 S2977 Hl567 Hl579 S2987 Hl568 S2969 S2955 Hl569 S2970 S2962 Hl570 S2985 S2986 S2988 Hl603 S2971 S2978 Hl611 Hl599 Hl599 Hl588 Hl617 Hl606 S2972 Hl580 S2979 Hl572 Hl571 Hl573 Hl612 Hl613 S2973 Hl574 S2974 Hl575 S2980 S2981 NAME OF AGENCY PART II - SPECIAL FUND AGENCIES AGRICULTURE & COMMERCE. DEPARTMENT OF BEAVER CONTROL PRG EGG MARKETING BOARD ARCHITECTURE. BOARD OF ATHLETIC COMMISSION AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION BANKING & CONSUMER FINANCE. DEPT OF BARBER EXAMINERS. BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS. BOARD OF CORRECTIONS - FARMING OPERATIONS COSMETOLOGY. BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. BOARD OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. MISSISSIPPI DEPT OF ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYORS. BOARD OF FAIR & COLISEUM COMMISSION SUPPORT DIXIE NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW FIN & ADMIN - TORT CLAIMS BOARD FORESTERS. BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR FUNERAL SERVICES. BOARD OF GEOLOGISTS. BOARD OF REGISTERED PROFESS GULFPORT. STATE PORT AUTHORITY AT HEALTH. STATE DEPARTMENT OF BURN CARE FUND. MISSISSIPPI LOCAL GOVERNMENTS & RURAL WATER INSURANCE. DEPARTMENT OF RURAL FIRE TRUCK ACQUISITION ASSIST RURAL FIRE TRUCK ACQUISITION ASSIST MARINE RESOURCES - TIDELANDS PROJECTS MASSAGE THERAPY. BOARD OF MEDICAL LICENSURE. BOARD OF MS DEV AUTH - INNOVATE MISSISSIPPI MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION NURSING. BOARD OF NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATORS. BOARD OF OPTOMETRY. BOARD OF PAT HARRISON WATERWAY DISTRICT PEARL RIVER BASIN DEV (DISSOLVED HB593) PEARL RIVER VALLEY WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT PHARMACY. BOARD OF PHYSICAL THERAPY. BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS LICENSING BOARD PSYCHOLOGY. BOARD OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY. BOARD OF PUBLIC CONTRACTORS. BOARD OF INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT OF INCREASE OR DECREASE APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 1.100.000 74.805 354.359 131.224 118.297 10.632.688 290.lll 95.976 2.732.716 751.916 913.846 174,157.671 479,029 1.100.000 74.805 353.613 131.224 117,418 10.767.652 280,935 99.076 2.489.838 744,617 924.000 152.634,400 832.643 0 0 -746 0 -879 134.964 -9.176 3.100 -242.878 -7.299 10.154 -21.523.271 353.614 0.00 0.00 -0.21 0.00 -0.74 1.27 -3.16 3.23 -8.89 -0.97 1.11 -12.36 73.82 5.693.872 954.150 6.522.500 39,130 283.261 137.009 130.406.056 5.737.369 954.150 6.528.028 39.130 283.261 136,009 136.722.236 43.497 0 5.528 0 0 -1.000 6,316.180 0.76 0.00 0.08 0.00 0.00 -0.73 4.84 500.000 35.016.019 500,000 35.016.019 0 0 0.00 0.00 45.000 0 18.000.000 182.420 2.909.266 987,950 356.966 3.975,757 197.164 127.643 6,555.853 1.085.910 18.209.440 2,902.590 281.911 146.170 120.837 583.074 3.948.334 2.700,000 1.800.000 10.000.000 184,870 2.987.323 0 354,956 4.813.462 203.765 127.643 6.555.853 0 18.209.440 3.034.911 283.495 146.170 124.837 596,450 3.990.553 2.655.000 1.800.000 -8.000.000 2.450 78,057 -987,950 -2.010 837,705 6.601 0 0 -1.085.910 0 132.321 1.584 0 4.000 13,376 42.219 5900.00 100.00 -44.44 1.34 2.68 -100.00 -0.56 21.07 3.35 0.00 0.00 -100.00 0.00 4.56 0.56 0.00 3.31 2.29 1.07 31 SCHEDULE II SPECIAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 NAME OF AGENCY BILL NO. PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION & BUILDING Hl581 COMPUTER PROJECT Hl581 PUBLIC SAFETY. DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS BOARD S2958 Hl617 HSP - HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPER SCHOOL Hl576 REAL ESTATE COMMISSION APPRAISER LICENSING & CERTIFICATION BO Hl576 Hl577 SOC WKS/MARR/FAMILY THERAPIST. EXAM FOR SUPREME COURT BAR ADMISSIONS. BOARD OF Hl584 CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION Hl584 Hl614 TOMBIGBEE RIVER VALLEY WATER MGMT DIST S2994 TREASURER'S OFFICE. STATE INVESTING FUNDS S2994 MPACT TRUST FUND - TUITION PAYMENTS S2994 Hl578 VETERANS' HOME PURCHASE BOARD S2975 VETERINARY MEDICINE. BOARD OF H1615 YELLOW CREEK STATE INLAND PORT AUTHORITY INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT OF INCREASE OR DECREASE APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 14.872.015 3.500.000 15.676.078 4,040.900 804.063 540.900 5.41 15.45 710.528 5.000.000 1.669.649 433.150 233.894 764.732 0 1.628. 301 425.864 233.894 54.204 -5.000.000 -41.348 -7.286 0 7.63 -100.00 -2.48 -1.68 0.00 338.493 144.282 8.513.476 4.760,442 150,000 35.000.000 49.280.135 195.150 8.995.684 338.691 144.414 8.708.322 5.487,833 150.000 35.000.000 49.280,135 195.150 8.995.684 198 132 194,846 727,391 0 0 0 0 0 0.06 0.09 2.29 15.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 -3.91 565.797.818 543.650.149 -22.147.669 PART III - TRANSPORTATION DEPT H1597 TRANSPORTATION. MISSISSIPPI DEPT OF S2968 STATE AID ROAD CONSTRUCTION. OFFICE OF 1.200.000,000 175,214.260 1.103.247.415 175.307.293 -96.752.585 93,033 -8.06 0.05 TOTAL SPECIAL FUND APPROPRIATION (RECURRING) 1. 941.012,078 1.822.204.857 -118,807.221 -6.12 29.274.895 0 -29.274.895 -29.274.895 -100.00 -100.00 1,970,286.973 1.822.204,857 -148.082.116 -7.52 0 0 0 0 0 3.035.543 21.454.656 6.223.972 300.000 4.200.000 3.035.543 21,454.656 6.223.972 300.000 4.200.000 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 1.970.286.973 1.857.419,028 -112,867.945 -5.73 TOTAL PART II - SPECIAL FUND AGENCIES TOTAL PART III - TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT SPECIAL FD APPROP (NON-RECURRING) FIN & ADMIN - BLDG - DISCRETIONARY R&R TOTAL SPECIAL FD APPROP (NON-RECURRING) TOTAL SPECIAL FUND APPROPRIATION Hl616 Hl616 Hl616 Hl606 H1606 REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 FIN/AOMIN-BLDG-CAPITAL EXP DISCRET R&R FIN/AOMIN-BLDG-DISCRETIONARY R&R FIN/ADMIN-BLDG-IHL/JUCO CE DISCRET R&R MARINE RESOURCES-TIDELANDS FUNDS MARINE RES-TIDELANDS CONTINUATION PRJS TOTAL REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 TOTAL SPECIAL FUND APPROP & REAPPROP 1.375.214.260 29.274,895 0 1. 278,554.708 0 35.214.171 -96,659,552 35,214.171 -7.03 100.00 32 SCHEDULE III GENERAL FUND AGENCIES - ALL SOURCES FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY PART I - GENERAL FUND AGENCIES Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl582 Hl617 Hl586 Hl583 S2960 Hl587 Hl584 Hl584 Hl584 Hl584 LEGISLATIVE LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - MONTHLY ALLOWANCE LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - REGULAR LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE PEER COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT COM. JOINT ENERGY COUNCIL. THE INTERSTATE COOPERATION. COMMISSION ON SOUTHERN STATES ENERGY BOARD UNIFORM STATE LAWS. COMMISSION ON TOTAL LEGISLATIVE JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE JUDGMENTS & SETTLEMENTS CAPITAL POST-CONVICTION COUNSEL. OFC OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS & STAFF JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE COMMISSION STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER. OFFICE OF SUPREME COURT SUPREME COURT SERVICES. OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS COURT OF APPEALS TRIAL JUDGES TOTAL JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE S2961 ETHICS COMMISSION S2989 GOVERNOR'S OFFICE SUPPORT & MANSION S2993 SECRETARY OF STATE TOTAL EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE S2990 S2988 S2988 S2988 Hl617 S2991 S2991 S2992 S2963 S2963 FISCAL AFFAIRS AUDIT. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION. DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI HOME CORPORATION STATUS OF WOMEN. COMMISSION ON THE STATE PROPERTY INSURANCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES. DEPT OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION COMMISSION PERSONNEL BOARD REVENUE. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF LICENSE TAG COMMISSION INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT OF INCREASE OR DECREASE APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 3.650.085 17.393,090 2.824.831 2.247.430 131.751 38.400 320.771 29.077 35.150 26,670.585 3.679.497 17.240.345 2.946.855 2.249.120 121.817 38.400 328.319 29. 077 36.205 26,669,635 29.412 -152.745 122.024 1.690 -9.934 0 7.548 0 1.055 0.81 -0.88 4.32 0.08 -7.54 0.00 2.35 0.00 3.00 30,830.778 1.815.194 1.774.337 25,557.096 525.054 3.094.606 32.580.077 0 1.658,441 25,569.174 585.118 3.096.489 1.749.299 -1.815.194 -115.896 12.078 60.064 1.883 5.67 -100.00 -6.53 0.05 11.44 0.06 7,418.303 42.103.854 5.703.898 29.762.816 7,512.227 42.813.752 5.877.195 29.950.910 93.924 709.898 173.297 188.094 1.27 1.69 3.04 0.63 5.68 8.09 1. 62 -950 PERCENT OF TOTAL FY 2019 APPROPRIATION -0.00 0.14 0.71 148.585,936 149,643.383 1. 057,447 573,410 2.750.044 26.222.709 29,546.163 605.993 2,972,430 26,648.769 30.227.192 32.583 222.386 426.060 681,029 2.30 9,719.898 52,654.980 1.507,435 49.252 7,333,466 36.766.118 10.331.196 4.107,730 65,444,538 3.247.190 10.743.342 63.944.572 1.484,450 49.365 0 48,078.545 8.001.721 4.141.221 63,090.632 8,347.190 1.023.444 11.289.592 -22.985 113 -7.333.466 11.312.427 -2.329.475 33,491 -2.353.906 5,100.000 10.53 21.44 -1.52 0.23 -100.00 30.77 -22.55 0.82 -3.60 157.06 0.79 0.16 33 SCHEDULE III GENERAL FUND AGENCIES - ALL SOURCES FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY CAPITAL EXPENSE FUNDS S2773 S2964 TAX APPEALS. BOARD OF TOTAL FISCAL AFFAIRS APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 0 494.000 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 1.800.000 489.401 INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT OF INCREASE OR DECREASE 1.800.000 -4.599 100.00 -0.93 9.66 191.655.803 210.170.439 18.514.636 1.022.867.362 19,573,344 2.271.038.129 11.545.602 97.156.712 15.649.749 12.218.917 3,450,049.815 1.026.036.838 20.535.504 2.274.163.336 11.554.813 97.159.352 12.169.527 12.291.471 3,453,910,841 3,169.476 962.160 3.125.207 9.211 2.640 -3.480.222 72.554 0.31 4.92 0.14 0.08 0.00 -22.24 0.59 1.215.213.554 1.800.000 88.892.302 40.550.346 1.700.938.606 1.210.410.209 0 88.331.169 42.270.874 1.701.567.322 -4.803.345 -1.800.000 -561.133 1.720.528 628.716 -0.40 -100.00 -0.63 4.24 0.04 101.064.662 231.462.911 3,379,922,381 107.109.071 231.642.911 3.381.331.556 6.044.409 180.000 5.98 0.08 PUBLIC HEALTH Hl599 HEALTH. STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION NETWORK. MISSISSIPPI Hl599 TOTAL PUBLIC HEALTH 334,178.995 3,908,028 339.250.947 3,908.083 5.071.952 55 1.52 0.00 HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS S2966 MENTAL HEALTH. DEPARTMENT OF - CONS TOTAL HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS 583.137.755 583,137,755 585.986.586 585.986.586 2.848.831 0.49 15.254.564 1.836.292 212.147 15.887.334 1.999.626 212.147 632.770 163.334 0 4.15 8.89 0.00 Hl592 Hl592 Hl592 Hl592 Hl592 Hl593 Hl594 S2944 Hl617 S2945 S2946 S2947 S2953 S2954 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDUCATION. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS CHICKASAW INTEREST MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND & DEAF VOCATIONAL & TECHNICAL EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION AUTHORITY LIBRARY COMMISSION TOTAL PUBLIC EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING UNIVERSITIES - GENERAL SUPPORT - CONS UNIV - GEN SUP - JSU SCH OF PUB HEALTH UNIVERSITIES - SUBSIDIARY PRGS - CONS STUDENT FINANCIAL AID UNIVERSITY OF MS MEDICAL CENTER - CONS COMMUNITY & JUNIOR COLLEGES BOARD SUPPORT TOTAL HIGHER EDUCATION 338.087.023 343.159,030 3.861.026 1.409.175 5.072.007 2,848,831 PERCENT OF TOTAL FY 2019 APPROPRIATION 1.11 0.11 18.18 0.04 17.80 1.50 1.81 3.08 0.49 AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEV AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE UNITS S2982 AGRICULTURE & COMMERCE. DEPARTMENT OF S2984 ANIMAL HEALTH. BOARD OF S2986 FAIR COMMISSION - COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOWS TOTAL AGRIC AND COMMERCE UNITS 17.303.003 18,099.107 796.104 0.10 4.60 34 SCHEDULE III GENERAL FUND AGENCIES - ALL SOURCES FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. S2948 S2949 S2950 S2951 S2952 NAME OF AGENCY IHL AGRICULTURAL UNITS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING - AG PRG ASU - AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS MSU - AG & FORESTRY EXPERIMENT STATION MSU - COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE MSU - FOREST & WILDLIFE RESEARCH CENTER MSU - VETERINARY MEDICINE. COLLEGE OF TOTAL IHL - AGRICULTURAL UNITS ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEV UNITS S2996 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY NAT'L DIABETES/OBESITY RES CTR (NDORC) S2773 TOTAL ECONOMIC AND COMM DEV UNITS TOTAL AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEV Hl596 Hl596 Hl607 H1604 Hl608 Hl606 Hl609 Hl605 S2967 Hl610 CONSERVATION ARCHIVES & HISTORY. DEPARTMENT OF STATEWIDE ORAL HISTORY PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY COMMISSION GRAND GULF MILITARY MONUMENT COMMISSION MARINE RESOURCES. DEPARTMENT OF OIL & GAS BOARD SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY DEV AUTH WILDLIFE/FISHERIES/PARKS. DEPT OF - CONS TOTAL CONSERVATION INSURANCE AND BANKING Hl588 INSURANCE. DEPARTMENT OF STATE FIRE ACADEMY Hl589 TOTAL INSURANCE AND BANKING S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONS. DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL OFFICE CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS MEDICAL SERVICES PARCHMAN PAROLE BOARD PRIVATE PRISONS REGIONAL FACILITIES REIMBURSEMENT - LOCAL CONFINEMENT APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 6.190.694 31.495.797 42.826.146 6.519.827 40.561.407 6.317.732 31.963.461 43.440.487 6.635.396 41.067.083 INCREASE OR DECREASE 127.038 467.664 614.341 115.569 505.676 PERCENT OF INCREASE OR DECREASE 2.05 1.48 1.43 1.77 1.25 127,593.871 129,424.159 1,830,288 1.43 280.004.826 0 267.272.933 1.500.000 -12.731.893 1.500.000 -4.55 100.00 36.725.116 44.129 269.613.592 23.626.790 276.767 23,678,627 1.969.266 3.925.569 436.000 77,833.151 18.072.651 45.748 269.925.360 29.244.251 382.005 29.168.222 1.947.508 5.354.419 436.132 78,616.625 -18.652.465 1.619 311.768 5.617.461 105.238 5.489.595 -21.758 1.428.850 132 783.474 -50.79 3.67 0.12 23.78 38.02 23.18 -1.10 36.40 0.03 1.01 12.011.431 5.107.178 17,118.609 12.023.720 5.085.305 17,109,025 12.289 -21.873 0.10 -0.43 30.731.254 31,172.216 34.309.058 69.067,692 44,046.318 664.043 60,340.031 37,688.832 7.298.421 34.854.527 28.057.496 33.338.994 71.252.627 36.977.138 664.571 65.458,841 37.123.500 7.188.945 4.123.273 -3.114.720 -970.064 2.184.935 -7.069.180 528 5.118.810 -565.332 -109.476 13.42 -9.99 -2.83 3.16 -16.05 0.08 8.48 -1.50 -1.50 280,004,826 424,901,700 438,129,007 268,772.933 416,296,199 433,192,921 -11,231.893 -8.605,501 -4,936.086 -9,584 PERCENT OF TOTAL FY 2019 APPROPRIATION 0.68 -4.01 -2.03 1.41 2.19 2.28 -1.13 -0.06 0.09 35 SCHEDULE III GENERAL FUND AGENCIES - ALL SOURCES FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. S2955 S2773 S2773 Hl598 Hl600 Hl600 Hl602 S2956 S2956 S2957 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2958 S2959 NAME OF AGENCY SOUTH MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL CAPITAL EXPENSE FDS - MEDICAL SERVICES CAPITAL EXPENSE FDS - PRIVATE PRISONS TOTAL CORRECTIONS SOCIAL WELFARE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE MEDICAID. DIVISION OF HUMAN SERVICES. DEPARTMENT OF - CONS CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES. MS DEPT OF REHABILITATION SERVICES. DEPT OF - CONS TOTAL SOCIAL WELFARE MLTY. POLICE AND VETS' AFFAIRS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY. MISSISSIPPI DISASTER RELIEF - CONSOLIDATED MILITARY DEPARTMENT - CONSOLIDATED PUBLIC SAFETY. DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY SAFETY PATROL. DIVISION OF SUPPORT SERVICES. DIVISION OF COUNCIL ON AGING COUNTY JAIL OFFICER STDS/TNG. BOARD ON CRIME LAB CRIME LAB - STATE MEDICAL EXAMINER HOMELAND SECURITY. OFFICE OF JUVENILE FACILITY MONITORING UNIT LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' STDS/TNG BOARD LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' TNG ACADEMY NARCOTICS. BUREAU OF PUBLIC SAFETY PLANNING. OFFICE OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS BOARD TOTAL MLTY, POLICE AND VETS' AFFAIRS LOCAL ASSISTANCE REVENUE. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION REIMBURSEMENT S2963 TOTAL LOCAL ASSISTANCE MISCELLANEOUS Hl595 ARTS COMMISSION S2976 GAMING COMMISSION Hl590 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION NO-CALL TELEPHONE SOLICITATION Hl590 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT OF INCREASE OR DECREASE 339,236.773 20.434,875 1.838.283 1.838,283 339,028,080 -3.484.033 1.838,283 1.838.283 -14.57 100.00 100.00 6.066,915.239 1.288.430.413 315.683.567 235,109.203 7,906,138.422 6.349.218,262 1.309.707.557 247,844.554 228.178.502 8,134,948.875 282.303.023 21.277.144 -67.839.013 -6.930.701 4.65 1.65 -21.49 -2.95 29.363.959 452,679.495 142,587.907 30.181,505 452.679,495 142.846.093 817.546 0 258.186 2.78 0.00 0.18 97.476.324 9.030.476 201.958 352.780 9,219.063 2.618.779 18.701,539 290.572 2.306.029 1.975.664 13,042.460 26.638.566 43,253.813 104.092.989 9.135,918 202.090 352.846 9,667.856 3,483,276 18,941,730 290,704 2.306.293 2,003.849 14.149,881 26.640.216 45.821.297 6.616.665 105.442 132 66 448.793 864,497 240,191 132 264 28.185 1.107.421 1,650 2.567.484 6.79 1.17 0.07 0.02 4.87 33.01 1.28 0.05 0.01 1.43 8.49 0.01 5.94 23,918.908 0 0 -208,693 228,810,453 -0.06 1. 78 2.89 42.82 1.54 849,739,384 862,796.038 13.056,654 80.625.992 80.625.992 80.625.992 0 0 0.00 2.506.033 8.452.266 4,741.796 69.865 2.479.541 8.591.182 4.783.395 69.865 -26.492 138,916 41.599 0 -1.06 1.64 0.88 0.00 80.625.992 PERCENT OF TOTAL FY 2019 APPROPRIATION 4.54 0.00 0.42 36 SCHEDULE III GENERAL FUND AGENCIES - ALL SOURCES FISCAL YEAR 2019 COMPARED WITH FISCAL YEAR 2018 FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY Hl591 PUBLIC UTILITIES STAFF S2965 WORKERS' COMPENSATION COMMISSION TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS DEBT SERVICE TREASURER'S OFFICE. STATE BANK SERVICE CHARGE S2995 BONDS & INTEREST PAYMENT S2995 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE TOTAL CURRENT GEN FD APPROP (RECURRING) CUR GEN FD APPROP (NON-RECURRING) FIN & ADMIN - BLDG - CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL CUR GEN FD APPROP (NON-RECURRING) TOTAL CURRENT GEN FD APPROP Hl596 Hl596 Hl586 Hl592 Hl616 Hl616 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 Hl585 S2773 S2773 S2993 REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 ARCHIVES & HISTORY-BEAUVOIR SHRINE ARCH/HIST-OLD SMITH CNTY JAILHOUSE (CEF) CAPITAL POST-CONVICTION COUNSEL. OFC OF EDUC-GEN EDUC PRGS-ADDITIONAL FUNDING FIN/ADMIN-BLDG-ASU WATER TREATMENT (CEF) FIN/ADMIN-BLDG-USM GREEN HALL R&R (BCF) LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-HOUSE CONTINGENCY LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-SENATE CONTINGENCY LEGISLATIVE EXP-REG-JOINT OPERATIONS LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE PEER COMMITTEE. JOINT LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT COM. JOINT MDA-AIR SERVICES DEVELOPMENT ACT (CEF) MDA-GREENVILLE AIRPORT (CEF) SECRETARY OF STATE-STATEWIDE VOTING ADM TOTAL REAPPROPRIATIONS FROM FY 2018 TOTAL CURRENT GEN FD APPROP & REAPPROP APPROPRIATIONS FY 2018 APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 2.200.000 5.463.499 2.201.650 5,500,464 INCREASE OR DECREASE PERCENT OF INCREASE OR DECREASE 1.650 36.965 0.08 0.68 PERCENT OF TOTAL FY 2019 APPROPRIATION 0.12 0.82 23,433.459 23,626.097 192,638 500.000 485,396.595 500.000 488.611.463 0 3,214.868 0.00 0.66 0.66 2.57 99.89 485,896,595 489.111.463 3,214.868 18,712,875.402 18.977,833.352 264,957,950 1.42 8,200.000 0 -8.200.000 -100.00 -100.00 100.00 18,721,075.402 18.977.833,352 256,757.950 1. 37 99.89 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 131.176 130.000 100.000 3.000.000 3.311.592 8.200.000 500.000 300.000 600.000 200,000 50.000 10,000 750.000 2,700.000 210.000 131,176 130.000 100.000 3,000.000 3.311.592 8.200.000 500.000 300.000 600.000 200.000 50.000 10.000 750,000 2.700,000 210.000 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 0.11 1.48 100.00 8,200.000 0 -8.200,000 0 20,192.768 20.192,768 18,721.075,402 18,998,026.120 276,950,718 37 SCHEDULE IV FISCAL YEAR 2019 TOTAL STATE APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY PART I - GENERAL FUND AGENCIES LEGISLATIVE Hl585 LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - MONTHLY ALLOWANCE LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE - REGULAR Hl585 Hl585 LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE. JOINT Hl585 LEGISLATIVE PEER COMMITTEE. JOINT Hl585 LEGISLATIVE REAPPORTIONMENT COM. JOINT Hl585 ENERGY COUNCIL. THE Hl585 INTERSTATE COOPERATION. COMMISSION ON Hl585 SOUTHERN STATES ENERGY BOARD Hl585 UNIFORM STATE LAWS. COMMISSION ON TOTAL LEGISLATIVE Hl582 Hl586 Hl583 S2960 Hl587 Hl584 Hl584 Hl584 Hl584 JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE CAPITAL POST-CONVICTION COUNSEL. OFC OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS & STAFF JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE COMMISSION STATE PUBLIC DEFENDER. OFFICE OF SUPREME COURT SUPREME COURT SERVICES. OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF COURTS COURT OF APPEALS TRIAL JUDGES TOTAL JUDICIARY AND JUSTICE EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE S2961 ETHICS COMMISSION S2989 GOVERNOR'S OFFICE SUPPORT & MANSION S2993 SECRETARY OF STATE S2990 S2988 S2988 S2988 S2991 S2991 S2992 S2963 S2963 S2773 GENERAL FUNDS 3,679.497 17.190.345 2.946.855 2.249,120 121.817 38.400 328.319 29.077 36.205 SPECIAL FUNDS STATE SUPPORT SPECIAL FUNDS OTHER FUNDS FEDERAL FUNDS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 0 50.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.679.497 17.240.345 2.946.855 2.249.120 121.817 38,400 328.319 29.077 36.205 26,619.635 0 0 50.000 26.669.635 22.976.084 1.658.441 24.872.365 568,100 3.096.489 0 0 0 0 0 4.865.634 0 0 0 0 4.738.359 0 696.809 17.018 0 32.580.077 1.658.441 25.569.174 585,118 3.096.489 6.605.116 11.343.903 4.314.088 21.402.467 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 907.lll 31.469.849 1.563.107 8.548.443 7,512.227 42.813.752 5.877.195 29,950.910 96,837.053 0 4,865.634 47,940.696 149,643.383 605.993 2.369.391 13.398.769 0 0 0 0 599.022 0 0 4.017 13.250.000 605,993 2.972.430 26,648.769 TOTAL EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE 16,374.153 0 599.022 13.254.017 30,227.192 FISCAL AFFAIRS AUDIT. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION. DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI HOME CORPORATION STATUS OF WOMEN. COMMISSION ON THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES. DEPT OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION COMMISSION PERSONNEL BOARD REVENUE. MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF LICENSE TAG COMMISSION CAPITAL EXPENSE FUNDS 8.544.257 37.761.385 1.484.450 42.100 27,508.514 8.001.721 4 .141.221 38.322.599 3.247,190 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.300.000 5.100.000 1.800.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.199.085 26.183.187 0 7.265 20.570.031 0 0 22,468.033 0 0 10,743.342 63.944,572 1.484.450 49,365 48,078.545 8.001.721 4.141.221 63.090.632 8.347.190 1.800.000 38 SCHEDULE IV FISCAL YEAR 2019 TOTAL STATE APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 BILL NO. NAME OF AGENCY S2964 TAX APPEALS. BOARD OF TOTAL FISCAL AFFAIRS Hl592 Hl592 Hl592 Hl592 Hl592 Hl593 Hl594 S2944 S2945 S2946 S2947 S2953 S2954 PUBLIC EDUCATION EDUCATION. DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS CHICKASAW INTEREST MISSISSIPPI ADEQUATE EDUCATION PROGRAM SCHOOLS FOR THE BLIND & DEAF VOCATIONAL & TECHNICAL EDUCATION EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION AUTHORITY LIBRARY COMMISSION TOTAL PUBLIC EDUCATION HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING UNIVERSITIES - GENERAL SUPPORT - CONS UNIVERSITIES - SUBSIDIARY PRGS - CONS STUDENT FINANCIAL AID UNIVERSITY OF MS MEDICAL CENTER - CONS COMMUNITY & JUNIOR COLLEGES BOARD SUPPORT TOTAL HIGHER EDUCATION PUBLIC HEALTH Hl599 HEALTH. STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH INFORMATION NETWORK. MISSISSIPPI Hl599 TOTAL PUBLIC HEALTH HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS S2966 MENTAL HEALTH. DEPARTMENT OF - CONS TOTAL HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL SCHOOLS AGRI CUl. Tllf�E AND ECONOMIC DEV AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE UNITS S2982 AGRICULTURE & COMMERCE. DEPARTMENT OF S2984 ANIMAL HEALTH. BOARD OF S2986 FAIR COMMISSION - COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHOWS TOTAL AGRIC AND COMMERCE UNITS IHL AGRICULTURAL UNITS INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING - AG PRG ASU - AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS S2948 GENERAL FUNDS SPECIAL FUNDS STATE SUPPORT SPECIAL FUNDS TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS OTHER FUNDS FEDERAL FUNDS 0 489.401 129.542.838 0 9.200.000 0 0 71.427.601 210,170.439 119.146.899 20.535.504 1.990.058.574 9.627.395 76.195,672 3.985.955 9.328.593 49.910,885 0 214.104,762 1.207.037 4,937.258 2.118.966 493,847 788.604.325 0 0 720.381 16,026.422 0 2.353.713 807,704,841 68,374.729 0 70,000.000 0 0 6,064.606 115.318 144,554.653 1.026.036.838 20,535,504 2.274.163.336 11.554,813 97,159,352 12,169.527 12.291.471 292.941.594 33.054.556 39.661.874 149.221.241 62.282.670 830,742 0 9.268,460 137.520 28.655. Oll 0 75.535.355 855.048.425 25,790.860 2,609.000 1.467.542.266 1.210.410.209 88.331.169 42.270.874 1.701.567.322 6.196.043 187.397.548 256,000 43.685.363 7,993.256 0 92,663.772 560.000 107.109.071 231.642.9ll 489,401 2.228.878,592 272.772.755 3.453.910.841 708,472.856 116.323.235 112.321.142 2.444.214,323 3. 381.331.556 30.155.562 499.ll4 29.178.783 0 192.475.293 0 192.475.293 87,441.309 3.408,969 90.850.278 339.250,947 3.908.083 208.001.565 18.951.886 31.184.406 327.848.729 327.848.729 585.986.586 585,986.586 30.654,676 29,178.783 343,159.030 208.001.565 18.951,886 31.184.406 6.751.504 1.120.391 212.147 0 20.000 0 3.237.152 652.981 0 5.898,678 206.254 0 15.887.334 1.999,626 212.147 6.298.410 19.322 0 0 6,317.732 8.084.042 20.000 3.890.133 18,099,107 6,104.932 39 SCHEDULE IV FISCAL YEAR 2019 TOTAL STATE APPROPRIATIONS FY 2019 BILL NO. S2949 S2950 S2951 S2952 NAME OF AGENCY MSU MSU MSU MSU - AG & FORESTRY EXPERIMENT STATION COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE FOREST & WILDLIFE RESEARCH CENTER VETERINARY MEDICINE. COLLEGE OF TOTAL IHL - AGRICULTURAL UNITS ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEV UNITS S2996 MISSISSIPPI DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY S2773 NAT'L DIABETES/OBESITY RES CTR (NDORC) TOTAL ECONOMIC AND COMM DEV UNITS TOTAL AGRICULTURE AND ECONOMIC DEV Hl596 Hl596 Hl607 Hl604 Hl608 Hl606 Hl609 Hl605 S2967 Hl610 CONSERVATION ARCHIVES & HISTORY. DEPARTMENT OF STATEWIDE ORAL HISTORY PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY COMMISSION GRAND GULF MILITARY MONUMENT COMMISSION MARINE RESOURCES. DEPARTMENT OF OIL & GAS BOARD SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION COMMISSION TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY DEV AUTH WILDLIFE/FISHERIES/PARKS. DEPT OF - CONS TOTAL CONSERVATION INSURANCE AND BANKING Hl588 INSURANCE. DEPARTMENT OF STATE FIRE ACADEMY Hl589 TOTAL INSURANCE AND BANKING S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2955 S2773 CORRECTIONS CORRECTIONS. DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL OFFICE CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS MEDICAL SERVICES PARCHMAN PAROLE BOARD PRIVATE PRISONS REGIONAL FACILITIES REIMBURSEMENT - LOCAL CONFINEMENT SOUTH MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL CAPITAL EXPENSE FDS - MEDICAL SERVICES GENERAL FUNDS 21.871.032 28.837.182 5.471.213 17.029.163 SPECIAL FUNDS STATE SUPPORT SPECIAL FUNDS FEDERAL FUNDS 1.165.578 975.245 253.005 692.920 TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS OTHER FUNDS 4,729.610 9.231.221 816.902 0 4.197.241 4.396.839 94.276 23.345.000 31.963.461 43.440.487 6,635.396 41.067.083 79.507,000 3,106,070 14,777,733 32,033,356 129,424,159 19.032.820 0 865.000 1.500.000 237.544.214 0 9,830.899 0 267,272.933 1.500.000 19,03...
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Introduction
Budget is defined as the estimation of expenses and revenues over a quantified future.
The budget is re-evaluated and compiled on a periodic basis. Since it is known as a
microeconomic concept which is portrays as the trade-off which is made when one product is
transacted with another. To come up with a budget, it is important to follow up a budgeting
process. The budgeting process is known as the process of coming up with a strategy of spending
money. In this paper, various aspects of budget will be disclosed. Among them include factors
that can be taken into consideration to bring a balance in the financial revenues of the city and
also the paper will address the budget reduction by five percent.
There are significant ways to weigh in the organization’s relative performance, estimates
the probability of attaining specified targets and set targets over different time so as to permit the
manager and in this perspective the governor to neglect the pull of techniques which are widely
utilized and which are unenthusiastic in making the budget reduce and fails to meet the said or
the targeted budget. Since most of the strategic plan or the budget entails the financial
performance objectives, then it is possible to disclose that the profitability of the company is
defined by yardstick of weighing failure or success.
Budget cutting
Budget cutting has turned out to be one of the most vital and unpleasant activity of
confronting the top management that are failing to equate the budgeted amount with the
operation that are meant to be undertaken (Behn, 2006). Since budget reduction is has been the
part of ordinary cycles of surplus and deficit of the organization demise and growth, carry out
more investment with less budgeted amount is observed as the virtue worthiness of following its

own sake. On the contrary, it is questionable which among the mantra can be advanced waves of
budget reduction which is likely to triumph on various sections of the city for the anticipated
future.
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