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					                                STATE OF IDAHO

                                      2009
                                  LEGISLATIVE
                                 FISCAL REPORT




                              For Fiscal Year 2010

This document is the only comprehensive historical resource that provides a
record of the budget decisions made by the Joint Senate Finance-House
Appropriations Committee, and the First Regular Session of the Sixtieth
Idaho Legislature.

Statewide Reports provide narrative briefs, summarized reports and historical
tables. The following sections provide a more detailed description of the
budget action taken on each of the 231 programs comprising the state
budget. These write-ups include not only the funding levels, but also
descriptions of legislative intent, committee intent, and comments by Budget
& Policy Analysts clarifying key issues within a particular program.




Legislative Services Office
Budget and Policy Analysis
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4 Floor, Capitol Annex
Phone: (208) 334-3531
Fax:      (208) 334-2668
http://legislature.idaho.gov/budget/index.htm
                                   Joint Senate Finance
                              House Appropriations Committee




                               FIRST REGULAR SESSION OF THE SIXTIETH
                                        IDAHO LEGISLATURE


            Senate Finance Committee                      House Appropriations Committee

      Dean Cameron (R), Chairman, Rupert                  Maxine Bell (R), Chairman, Jerome
    Shawn Keough (R), Vice Chair, Sandpoint              Darrell Bolz (R), Vice Chair, Caldwell

          Joyce Broadsword (R), Cocolalla                     George Eskridge (R), Dover
            R. Steven Bair (R), Blackfoot                         Cliff Bayer (R), Boise
          James Hammond (R), Post Falls                     Frank Henderson (R), Post Falls
             Bert Brackett (R), Rogerson                   Janice McGeachin (R), Idaho Falls
             Jeff Siddoway (R), Terreton                          Fred Wood (R), Burley
           Dean Mortimer (R), Idaho Falls                      Jim Patrick (R), Twin Falls
              Diane Bilyeu (D), Pocatello                      Shirley Ringo (D), Moscow

              Nicole LeFavour (D), Boise                      Wendy Jaquet (D), Ketchum




                                          Committee Secretaries

                                       Peggy Moyer    Senate Finance
                                       Kathryn Yost   House Appropriations




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report
                           Budget and Policy Analysis
                                         Staff Assignments




 Cathy Holland-Smith, Manager…..Direct: 334-4731
Legislative Branch, Governor’s Office, Division of Financial Management, LSO Fiscal Officer

 Richard Burns........................... Direct: 334-4742
Department of Correction, Commission for Pardons and Parole, Idaho State Police, Attorney General, State
Appellate Public Defender, Military Division, Appropriation Bill Coordinator, Legislative Systems Coordinator
(GEMS)

 Ray Houston ............................. Direct: 334-4741
Department of Environmental Quality, Department of Lands, Endowment Fund Investment Board, Department of
Water Resources, Department of Parks and Recreation, Department of Fish and Game, Office of Energy
Resources, Office of Species Conservation, Department of Revenue & Taxation, Revenue/Expenditure Update
Reports & Tax Policy, Statewide Budget and Reconciliation Reports, Economic Outlook Committee

 Matt Freeman ........................... Direct: 334-4740
Agricultural Research & Extension Service, College and Universities, Community Colleges, Office of the State
Board of Education, Health Education Programs, Historical Society, Commission for Libraries, Professional-
Technical Education, Special Programs, Permanent Building Fund, Capitol Commission, Capitol Restoration &
Expansion, Redistricting Commission

 Amy Castro ............................... Direct: 334-4745
Department of Health & Welfare, Office of Drug Policy, Commission on Aging, Department of Juvenile
Corrections, Judicial Branch, Medically Indigent Health Care (CAT Fund), Public Health Districts, State
Independent Living Council, Millennium Fund, Mental Health Subcommittee of the Health Care Task Force

 Paul Headlee ............................ Direct: 334-4746
Superintendent of Public Instruction (State Dept. of Education), Public School Support/Financing, School for the
Deaf & Blind, Education Public Broadcasting System, Idaho Transportation Department, State Treasurer,
Secretary of State, Lieutenant Governor

 Keith Bybee .............................. Direct: 334-4739
Department of Agriculture, Department of Insurance, Department of Finance, Department of Commerce,
Industrial Commission, Public Utilities Commission, Soil Conservation Commission, Arts Commission, Human
Rights Commission, Women’s Commission, State Liquor Dispensary, Division of Human Resources, PERSI,
State Controller, Group Insurance, CEC Committee

 Joe Austin…………………………….Direct: 334-4743
Department of Labor, Commission for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Vocational Rehabilitation, General Boards,
Medical Boards, Regulatory Boards, State Lottery, Division of Building Safety, Division of Veteran Services,
Department of Administration (w/o Group Insurance & PBFAC), Statewide Cost Allocation


         Shane Winslow…………………....Data Systems Coordinator, Direct 334-4738
         Margaret Major……………………Senior Administrative Assistant, Direct 334-4730




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report
                                                              Table of Contents
                                                              2009 Legislative Session

   Statewide Reports:
    General Fund Budget Report .......................................................................................................................... 1
     Budget Issues Summary .................................................................................................................................. 3
     General Fund Revenue Collections and Estimates..................................................................................... 17
     FY 2010 General Fund Pie Chart ................................................................................................................... 18
     FY 2010 All Funds Pie Chart .......................................................................................................................... 19
     FY 2010 General Fund Major Decision Units by Agency ............................................................................ 20
     FY 2010 Appropriation by Decision Unit ...................................................................................................... 22
     FY 2010 Appropriation by Fund Source by Agency .................................................................................... 23
     FY 2010 General Fund Appropriation Comparison by Agency .................................................................. 24
     FY 2010 All Funds Appropriation Comparison by Agency ......................................................................... 25
     Ongoing and One-time Original General Fund Appropriation Change ..................................................... 26
     Ongoing and One-time All Funds Appropriation Change .......................................................................... 27
     FY 2010 General Fund Standard Class Summary by Agency .................................................................... 28
     FY 2010 All Funds Standard Class Summary by Agency ........................................................................... 29
     General Fund Three-Year Summary by Agency .......................................................................................... 30
     All Funds Three-Year Summary by Agency ................................................................................................. 31
     Full-Time Equivalent Positions (FTP) All Funds Summary by Agency ..................................................... 32
     Change in Employee Compensation (CEC) Legislative History ................................................................ 33
     22 Year History of General Fund Appropriations ........................................................................................ 34
     22 Year History of General Fund Changes ................................................................................................... 35
     American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Appropriations ....................................................... 36
     Reserve Fund Balances ................................................................................................................................. 37
     Traditional Idaho Millennium Fund ............................................................................................................... 38
    Idaho Millennium Permanent Endowment Fund ......................................................................................... 39
   Budgets by Functional Area:
    Education ....................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
     Health and Human Services ......................................................................................................................... 2-1
     Public Safety .................................................................................................................................................. 3-1
     Natural Resources ......................................................................................................................................... 4-1
     Economic Development ................................................................................................................................ 5-1
    General Government ..................................................................................................................................... 6-1
   Appendix Reports:
    Glossary.............................................................................................................................................................. I
     Index ................................................................................................................................................................. IV




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report
                                       General Fund Budget Update

                                             FISCAL YEAR 2009
                                                                          Legislative
       REVENUES                                                             Action
        Beginning Cash Balance                                           $ 239,537,000
         Health and Welfare Reappropriation from FY 2008                     9,219,500
        Adjusted Beginning Balance                                       $ 248,756,500
         FY 2009 Revenue Estimate -12.2% from FY 2008                    2,560,400,000
         Legislation with General Fund Impact H64aa, Tax Conformity         (2,000,000)
         TOTAL REVENUES                                                  2,558,400,000

         TOTAL REVENUES & BEGINNING BALANCES                             2,807,156,500

       TRANSFERS
        H644 Transfer to Water Board for Aquifer Management Studies        (20,000,000)
        S1476 Transfer to Opportunity Scholarship Fund                     (10,000,000)
        S1498 Transfer to Permanent Building Fund                           (5,645,200)
        S1511 Transfer for Water Storage Studies (HJM8)                     (1,800,000)
        S1519 Transfer to Community Health Center Grant Fund                (1,000,000)
        H250 Transfer in from Aquifer Management Fund                       12,000,000
        H250 Transfer in from Capitol Endowment Income Fund                  5,000,000
        H250 Transfer in from Permanent Building Fund                       11,950,200
        H250 Transfer in from Consumer Protection Fund                       2,200,000
        H255 Transfer in from Mineral Royalty Suspense Fund                    920,100
        S1016 Transfer to Def. Warrants (Dept. of Agriculture, Pests)         (511,400)
        S1016 Transfer to Def. Warrants (Military Division, Haz. Mat.)         (58,300)
         NET TRANSFERS IN (OUT)                                             (6,944,600)

       APPROPRIATIONS
        FY 2009 Original Appropriations                                  2,959,283,400
        Reappropriations                                                    24,619,400
        Supplementals and Rescissions                                       (1,316,100)
        H250 Health Insurance Omnibus Rescission                            (5,453,500)
        H250 Omnibus Rescission/Supplemental                               (91,820,300)
        H250 Public School Rescission                                      (85,097,600)
        H250 Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) Adjust           (52,332,100)
        Various H&W Fed Med Assistance Percent (FMAP) Adjust                (2,248,600)
        TOTAL LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS                                 2,745,634,600

         Budgeted Reversions                                                (3,201,000)

       ESTIMATED ENDING BALANCE
         TOTAL ESTIMATED ENDING BALANCE                                   $ 57,778,300
          JFAC Budgeted Reduction in Expenditures         $ 6,598,800


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                                       General Fund Budget Update



                                             FISCAL YEAR 2010
                                                                             Legislative
       REVENUES                                                                Action
        Beginning Balance                                                    $ 57,778,300

         FY 2010 Revenue Estimate -0.4% from FY 2009                         2,550,170,000
         H327 Amount for Bond Levy Equalization from Cig Tax                     2,600,000
         H64a Tax Conformity Standard Deduction                                 (2,000,000)
         H3 Corporate Tax Water's-Edge Election                                    100,000
         H51 Income Tax Deduction for Tech Equipment Donation                       (5,000)
         H105 Increase Filing Fees for Small Claims Cases                          136,000
         H232a Income Tax Residents Trust, Credit                                 (500,000)
         H281 Income Taxation, IRS Conformity                                  (11,980,000)
         TOTAL REVENUES                                                      2,538,521,000
         TOTAL REVENUES & BEGINNING BALANCE                                  2,596,299,300

       TRANSFERS
        S1227 Transfer in from Budget Stabilization Fund                        30,000,000
        H283 Transfer in from DHR Excess Free Fund Balance                       1,680,000
        H302 Transfer in from Agriculture REDiFIT Fund                           1,000,000
        S1224 Transfer in from Labor - Rural Broadband Program                     446,900
        S1208 Transfer American Reinvestment to General Fund for PTE             1,172,100
        S1207 Transfer from Permanent Building Fund for Livestock Ctr           10,000,000
        H378 Transfer to Public Education Stabilization for Public Schools     (85,097,600)
        Year-end Transfer from Consumer Protection to General Fund                 618,500
         NET TRANSFERS IN (OUT)                                                (40,180,100)

       APPROPRIATIONS
         FY 2010 Original Appropriations                                     2,506,580,100

       ESTIMATED ENDING BALANCE
         TOTAL ESTIMATED ENDING BALANCE                                       $ 49,539,100
          JFAC Budgeted Reduction in Expenditures         $ 42,270,000




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                                       Budget Issues Summary
   Fiscal Year 2009
   Revenue projections for FY 2009 were revised down four times from the 2008 legislative session. From
   the initial high forecast of $3,011.9 million in January 2008, down by $451.5 million to $2,560.4 million in
   March 2009, actual revenues failed to meet monthly projections. Of the total $451.5 million lost over the
   last year, $68.1 million was due to tax changes, and $383.4 million attributed to changing economic
   times. The latest FY 2009 General Fund revenue projection was 12.2% less than the FY 2008 actual
   revenues of $2,909.7 million. As of the end of April, all tax categories generating General Fund revenues
   continued to underperform by $65 million when compared to the latest forecast of $2,560.4 million.
   The rapidly changing economic situation led to uncertain revenue projections, meaning that budget-
   balancing solutions contained in the executive budget rapidly became insufficient to meet budget targets
   for the current fiscal year. In October, the Governor issued Executive Order 2008-3 for a 1% General
   Fund holdback that exempted Public Schools. In December, Executive Order 2008-5 was issued that
   increased the holdback to 4% and continued to exempt Public Schools. In January, the executive budget
   recommended to the Legislature that the holdbacks be made permanent with budget rescissions. In
   addition, the Governor also included a recommendation to reduce the appropriation for all agencies for
   health insurance from $8,700 to $8,200 per employee, and offset that amount with reserves from the
   Group Insurance Fund. The Governor recommended a total of $119.8 million in appropriation reductions
   for the current year and the Legislature eventually reduced appropriations by $182.4 million. In addition
   to the Governor’s recommendations, the Legislature cut agency budgets by another 2% for a total of 6%,
   and rescinded the equivalent of another 1.5% in one-time appropriations from various agencies. The
   Legislature kept Public Schools harmless from budget cuts by using $85,097,600 from the Public
   Education Stabilization Fund to maintain original appropriation levels.
   In an attempt to deal with falling revenues, the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee (JFAC)
   committed to set budget targets for both FY 2009 and FY 2010 at a level lower than what the revenue
   forecasts suggested was available. JFAC appropriated $6.6 million less than what was available for FY
   2009.
   Another strategy used to maximize current revenues was to delay paying fire suppression costs in the
   current fiscal year. Future fire suppression deficiency warrants will be paid on a cycle that has a one-year
   lag (same cycle as used to pay for pest control and hazardous materials) delaying paying bills until next
   legislative session. When the Legislature convenes in January 2010, deficiency warrants for fires will be
   at least $10.5 million.
   The final strategy to manage the current year’s budget was to transfer $32.1 million from dedicated funds
   to bolster the General Fund.
    H 250     Aquifer Management Fund – Water Resources                                  $12,000,000
    H 250     Capitol Endowment Income Fund – Capitol Commission                           5,000,000
    H 250     Permanent Building Fund - Administration                                    11,950,200
    H 250     Consumer Protection Fund – Attorney General                                  2,200,000
    H 255     Mineral Royalty Suspense Fund – Office of Energy Resources                     920,100
               Total                                                                     $32,070,300

   Most of these actions were incorporated into H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, including an
   additional $52.3 million in savings to the General Fund from changes in the federal medical assistance
   percentage rate (FMAP) for Medicaid. Changes in the FMAP were intended to provide fiscal relief to
   states as part of the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) which is more
   fully described in the write up for FY 2010. Overall, FY 2009 General Fund appropriations were reduced
   by $238.3 million or 8%.
   Deficiency warrants were approved that totaled $569,700 of which $511,400 was for pest control and
   $58,300 for hazardous materials.

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   A net total of $1,316,100 in supplementals and rescissions not related to budget shortfalls were
   approved.
   ü    Because of mitigating factors such as the Department of Correction encumbering June 2008 county
        and out-of-state housing bills, coupled with fewer inmates than forecasted, the Legislature was able
        to reduce the ongoing appropriation to the department for county and out-of-state placements by $4
        million. In addition, $220,000 was appropriated for attorney fees associated with the inmate class-
        action Gomez lawsuit.
   ü    An additional $2.5 million was appropriated to the Catastrophic Health Care Fund for the Medically
        Indigent Health Care Program. This supplemental was included in the agency request but not the
        Governor’s recommendation.

   An estimated balance of $57,778,300 in the General Fund was carried over for FY 2010. Most of this
   balance was generated by the savings created by the FMAP changes and JFAC’s decision to reduce
   spending by an additional $6.6 million to meet JFAC revenue and expenditure targets.

   Fiscal Year 2010
   Over the course of the legislative session, expectations for FY 2010 General Fund revenue plummeted as
   quickly as those for FY 2009. The Division of Financial Management’s (DFM) original forecast for less
   than 1% growth over time was reduced to more closely match the Legislature’s Economic Outlook and
   Revenue Assessment Committee’s cautionary estimate of -3.5%. This meant that for the first time in
   budgeting history, General Fund revenue was projected to be less than the previous year for two years
   running. The original estimate for FY 2010 was $25.5 million higher than what was projected for FY
   2009, but still $250.4 million less than the $2,909.7 million collected in FY 2008. The final revised
   revenue forecast from DFM in March was $2,550.2 million, which is $359.5 million less than FY 2008.
   Due to the increasing uncertainty of the economic climate, JFAC once again set a spending target $42.3
   million less than the official revenue forecast of $2,550.2 million suggested, leaving a projected ending
   balance of $49.5 million at the end of FY 2010.
   Permanent Base Reductions
   As part of the executive budget, the Governor recommended additional permanent base reductions for all
   agencies. These reductions ranged from 2% to 6% in addition to the overall 8% reductions made in FY
   2009, and the Legislature incorporated these reductions into the agencies FY 2010 appropriations. In
   total, the Legislature appropriated $235,763,500 less from the General Fund than the Governor
   recommended. The total of FY 2010 original appropriations was 15.3% less than FY 2009 original
   appropriations, and an additional 8.1% more in reductions, compared to FY 2009 after all of the
   rescissions were approved.
   Legislative Reductions in Personnel Costs
   In order to meet the lowered spending target, JFAC reduced personnel costs for all agencies, including
   those with dedicated and federal funds, by 5%. There were multiple hearings by JFAC to develop a
   methodology to achieve the required salary savings, maintain the workforce, and still meet contractual
   obligations in higher education, and workforce requirements in institutional settings of prisons and state
   hospitals. The Legislature discussed the options of salary reductions, furloughs, delaying and/or not
   filling vacant positions, and layoffs. Initially, each appropriation bill included language that reduced
   personnel costs by 5% and included a provision mandating a one-time 3% salary reduction for every state
   employee in order to preserve jobs. All appropriations also included intent language that stated
   legislative priorities to deal with the funding reductions. These cuts created General Fund savings of
   $31.9 million from state agencies.
   As part of the overall discussion, it was recognized that the federal stimulus provided an avenue for the
   Legislature to lessen the impact of the 5% personnel cost reduction to 3%, with one-time funds from the
   federal stimulus package. S1222 was introduced that increased appropriations for personnel costs by 2%
   and substituted American Reinvestment Funds for the loss of General Funds. S1222 also declared that
   any act appropriating moneys which contained a 3% reduction in salaries of classified and non-classified

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   employees, regardless of fund source, was null, void and no force and effect. S1222 passed the Senate
   but failed in the House of Representatives.
   A compromise was reached between the Governor and the Legislature on the details of personnel
   reductions and a new bill, S1227, was introduced that included many of the same provisions as S1222,
   but did not use federal stimulus funds to restore the 2% personnel reduction for General Fund agencies.
   The Governor did receive assistance in S1227 with an appropriation of $7.03 million from the Budget
   Stabilization Fund to be used for personnel costs in any executive branch agency that is necessary to
   maintain the health, public safety, and essential government services to the citizens of Idaho. All
   dedicated and federal fund agencies also received a 2% restoration of personnel costs on a one-time
   basis. The Legislative and Judicial Branch also received the equivalent of 2% of personnel costs from the
   Budget Stabilization Fund to maintain essential services to the citizens of Idaho. As in S1222, S1227
   gave the Governor full responsibility to manage the executive branch personnel cost reductions. Without
   legislative action, and due to the nature of a classified merit system, the Governor has limited
   opportunities to use pay reductions as a tool to balance agency budgets, but can use furloughs,
   vacancies, and layoffs to meet reduced funding levels.
   Appropriation Flexibility
   Typically certain agencies receive appropriations set as lump-sum. A lump-sum appropriation is not
   subject to state budget laws that restrict the transfer of money between personnel costs, operating
   expenditures, capital outlay, or trustee & benefit payments. These include Public Schools, College and
   Universities, Community Colleges, the Division of Professional-Technical Education (Postsecondary
   Programs only), the Range and Fire Protection Program in the Department of Lands, the Judicial Branch,
   the Lieutenant Governor, and the Legislative Council. In order to provide additional flexibility to deal with
   funding reductions, additional agencies were approved for lump sum: Office of the State Board of
   Education, the Department of Juvenile Corrections, Office of Drug Policy, the Executive Office of the
   Governor, and the Division of Financial Management. In addition, the Department of Health and Welfare
   was granted additional authority to transfer appropriations up to personnel costs from operating
   expenditures to deal with budget cuts.
   Year-End Appropriation/Omnibus Bill
   S1227 was the year-end appropriation bill that allowed for the transfer of funds from the Public Education
   Stabilization Fund and the Budget Stabilization Fund, to assist the Governor with any additional General
   Fund revenue shortfalls in FY 2009 that cannot be handled with holdbacks or reversions. The Governor
   was given access to up to one-half of the balance in each of these funds, or approximately $124 million.

   In the event that the projected General Fund beginning balance of approximately $57 million does not
   materialize, S1227 authorizes restoring the beginning General Fund cash balance up to $50 million
   equally from the Public Education Stabilization Fund and the Budget Stabilization Fund. In addition, $30
   million was appropriated and transferred from the Budget Stabilization Fund to the General Fund to
   support the FY 2010 General Fund original appropriations.
   Federal Stimulus Funds Augment State General Fund
   At the beginning of the legislative session, there was increasing talk of a federal bailout to states in the
   form of a stimulus package. This was not the first time this has occurred. In 2004 the federal government
   provided assistance to states by changing the federal matching rate required for Medicaid payments
   resulting in a $50 million windfall to Idaho. But this new proposal was unique in its size, complexity, and
   timing. It was impractical for the Legislature to set a state budget knowing that there were significant
   implications in the federal stimulus for its largest agencies – Public Schools, higher dducation, and
   Medicaid. Once the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) was passed by Congress
   and signed into law by the President on February 17, 2009, JFAC delayed budget-setting and scheduled
   hearings to review the law and take testimony from agencies as to the impact on the state. Congress
   made the funding contingent upon each Governor to either accept or reject the various components of the
   stimulus, and the Legislature also had to wait for the Governor’s recommendation before appropriating
   the stimulus funds. The Governor appointed an Executive Stimulus Committee in Executive Order 2009-

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   06 to make recommendations which were presented to JFAC on March 12, 2009. Budget setting
   resumed on March 16 and was completed by the end of the month.

   Portions of funding from the ARRA are intended to bolster the General Fund for fiscal years 2009 through
   2011. Title 5 provided additional savings to the General Fund by reducing the state match for Medicaid
   payments in Health and Welfare. Under title 14, funding was specified for education, public safety, and
   general government. Stimulus funds were also appropriated throughout state agencies and a list of
   funded programs are provided at the end of this section.

   Title 5 – State Fiscal Relief
   The federal stimulus bill included budget relief to states by making an adjustment to the federal medical
   assistance percentage (FMAP) rate for Medicaid. The FMAP rate is the cost sharing rate between the
   federal government and states for Medicaid expenditures. Prior to passage of the ARRA the FMAP rate
   for Idaho was 69.87%. Essentially, for every $1 spent on Medicaid in Idaho the federal government paid
   69.87 cents. The rate change was not something Idaho requested, but funding that states automatically
   received upon passage and signature of the stimulus bill. The FMAP rate increase is calculated based on
   a fixed factor and a variable factor. The fixed increase for all states is a 6.2% increase in their base FMAP
   rate. The variable factor, deemed an “unemployment bonus”, is a multiplier that is based on a three-
   month rolling average of Idaho’s unemployment percentage increase.

   For FY 2009, the rate was changed from a 69.87% federal share with a 30.13% state match, to a 76.44%
   federal share and 23.56% state match. The increase in the federal share resulted in total state savings of
   $78,059,200. Of the $78 million in savings, $3.84 million was passed on to Public Schools and public
   hospitals, and $21.8 million was used to cover a General Fund shortfall in Health and Welfare’s Medicaid
   program. The remaining $52,332,100 was reverted to the General Fund and created a projected ending
   balance for FY 2009.

   For FY 2010, the FMAP rate was budgeted to increase to 79.17% for the federal share, and 20.83% for
   the state match. Idaho is expected to receive the highest unemployment bonus possible and the FY 2010
   appropriation for Medicaid reflects the savings from the bonus multiplier. This results in an estimated
   savings of $117,573,400. Of the $117.5 million, $52.3 million was removed in FY 2009 and not restored
   to the base, $5.5 million was passed on to Public Schools and public hospitals, and $38.5 million was
   used to fund growth in Medicaid for FY 2010 in excess of the Governor’s recommendation. The
   remaining $21.3 million was used to bolster the General Fund and avoid additional cuts in Medicaid
   services for FY 2010. If Idaho experiences lower than projected unemployment rates during 2010, the
   FMAP rate may be reduced resulting in a General Fund cost increase.

   The FMAP rate change provided for in ARRA is expected to remain the same until December 2010. If
   state revenues don’t improve by that time, then further review and changes or reductions to the Medicaid
   plan may be required.

   Title 14 – State Fiscal Stabilization Fund
   Idaho’s allocation was $246,577,000. The law provided that 81.8% or $201,700,000 of the allocation be
   used “for the support of elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education….” The remaining 18.2%
   or $44,877,000 of the allocation shall be used “for public safety and other government services….”
   The $201,700,000 for education was to be used to restore state funding for fiscal years 2009, 2010, and
   2011 to the greater of FY 2008 or FY 2009 levels. Since the allocation was insufficient to restore funding
   to either of those levels, the law directed the funds be allocated between public schools and higher
   education in proportion to their shortfall in state support. FY 2009 was used as the benchmark to
   calculate proportionality. The FY 2009 budget reductions were 6% or $103,289,400. Public School’s
   proportion of that amount was $85.1 million or 82.39%. Higher education’s proportion was $18.2 million
   or 17.61%. By applying those proportions to Idaho’s allocation, the following amounts were derived:


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   ü    Public Schools $165,443,700
        • FY 2009: $85,097,600
        • FY 2010: $60,635,400
   ü    Higher Education $35,367,800
            w   College & Universities
                    w FY 2010: $15,313,800
            w   Community Colleges
                    w FY 2010: $1,640,200
            w   Division of Professional-Technical Education (transferred to the General Fund in order to
                meet federal maintenance of effort requirements)
                w    General Programs (included in the Public Schools side of the proportional calculation)
                        w FY 2010: $442,200
                w    Postsecondary Programs
                        w FY 2010: $729,900
            o   Total Remaining for FY 2011: $37,840,900
   ü    Public Safety and Other Government Services - As mentioned above, 18.2% of Idaho’s total
        allocation of the state fiscal stabilization funding was to be used for public safety and other
        governmental services. Idaho’s allocation for these purposes is $44,877,000. Of this amount, the
        Legislature appropriated $35,470,600 for fiscal years 2009 and 2010 in the following ways:
            o    Department of Environmental Quality for the Clean Water Program
                   §    FY 2010: $5,000,000
            o    Department of Environment Quality for the Waste Water Program
                   § FY 2010: $10,000,000
            o    Department of Administration for the Idaho Education Network
                   § FY 2010: $2,999,500
            o   Department of Transportation for Local Highway Maintenance and Construction
                   §    FY 2009 and FY 2010: $17,471,100
            o   Unobligated Balance
                     §   FY 2011: $9,406,400

   The original plan for Public Schools was to use $85.1 million in ARRA funds to hold Public Schools
   harmless from revenue shortfalls in FY 2009, which was approved as a part of H250. However, after
   reviewing the Idaho application for federal funds, the U.S. Department of Education determined (the day
   before the Legislature adjourned) that stimulus funds could not be used in FY 2009 due to the limited time
   for school districts to spend the money in the current school year, and required Idaho to use these funds
   in FY 2010. As a result, on the last day of session the Legislature approved H378 which contained a FY
   2009 Public Schools supplemental appropriation for $85.1 million from the Public Education Stabilization
   Fund (PESF), and a FY 2010 Public Schools appropriation using the same amount of ARRA funds with a
   corresponding reduction in General Funds. The $85.1 million from the General Fund was then
   transferred to PESF to restore the fund balance.

   The net effect on Public Schools in FY 2010 was $85.1 million less of state support than originally
   contemplated when the allocations of ARRA funds were calculated. Stated differently, originally the
   amount needed to restore the FY 2010 General Fund appropriation to the FY 2009 level was $108
   million, but H378 included an additional $85.1 million for a total of $194 million. This widened the gap and
   changed the proportion of the Public Schools and higher education shortfall because now for FY 2011 the
   ARRA formula required states to restore to FY 2009 levels. After the FY 2010 Public Schools and higher
   education budgets were set, the ARRA formula was reset and looked at the proportionate shortfall in light
   of the FY 2010 appropriation. Based on this recalculation, the proportionate share of the shortfall for FY
   2011 is 88.87% for Public Schools, and 11.13% for higher education, which equates to a total of
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   $179,248,834 for Public Schools (of which $33,073,600 is remaining for FY 2011) and $22,450,800 for
   higher education (instead of the original $35,367,800). Since higher education received $17,683,900 in
   FY 2010, the new allocation leaves only $4,766,900 for FY 2011.

   Education
   Public Schools
   Setting the FY 2010 Public Schools budget was one of the biggest challenges during the 2009 legislative
   session. In the end, like all state agencies, some reductions had to be made. However, when compared
   to other agencies, Public Schools fared relatively well. The FY 2010 total appropriation of $1.71 billion
   was an increase of 0.4% from the previous year.

   The key to understanding the reductions to the Public Schools appropriation is to recognize that $145.7
   million of title 14 stimulus funds offset most of the necessary General Fund reductions. This is shown in
   the table below with the combined impact of the reduction in General Funds and the addition of title 14
   stimulus funds at -3.4% for the total appropriation.

   Although federal stimulus funding played an important role in filling budget gaps, base salaries were
   decreased by 5% for administrators, 2.63% for teachers, and 2.63% for classified staff. In addition, the
   minimum teacher salary was also decreased by 2.63% from $31,750 to $30,915. The appropriation bills
   included funding for 105 new support units for the next year in order to keep pace with student
   enrollment. The information on the next page provides some of the key provisions of the Public Schools’
   budget.

   Public Schools Original Appropriations
                                                                                       FY 2009                    FY 2010
   General Fund                                                                  $1,418,542,700              $1,231,386,600

   Dedicated Fund (Lottery proceeds, Public School Endowment                     $62,405,700                 $64,146,200
   funds, etc)

   Title 14 ARRA Stimulus Funds                                                  $0                          $145,733,000

   Federal Funds (includes $54.4 million of Title 8 ARRA                         $215,000,000                $269,588,500
   Formula Stimulus Funds)

   TOTAL APPROPRIATION                                                           $1,695,948,400              $1,710,854,300

   General Fund Percent Change from Previous Year                                3.7%                        -13.7%

   Combined General Fund and Title 14 Stimulus Funds Percent                     -                           -3.4%
   Change

   Total Funds Percent Change1                                                   3.1%                        0.4%

   Note 1: The percent change calculations do not include the revenue-neutral move of the new Bureau of Educational Services for the
   Deaf and the Blind to the Public Schools Budget. Including the Bureau’s budget in these calculations would decrease the General
   Fund percent change to -13.2% and raise the Total Funds percent change to 0.9%.

   The Division of Administrators received an appropriation of $81.5 million. The decrease in General
   Funds was partially offset by the addition of $5.23 million of title 14 federal stimulus funding. The
   Division of Teachers received an appropriation of $756.2 million. The decreases in General Funds were
   partially offset by the addition of $29.96 million of title 14 federal stimulus funding. Additionally, $4.69
   million of General Funds were appropriated so that each teacher will receive $300 to purchase school
   supplies. Funding for the early retirement incentive program was reduced by 50% in anticipation of a two-
   year phase out of this program. However, due to Senate amendments to H262, this program will not be
   phased out and teachers who choose to participate in the program will receive the full one-time incentive
   as provided for in Section, 33-1004G, Idaho Code.
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   The Division of Operations received an appropriation of $578.7 million. Within this division, pupil
   transportation was funded at $74,001,600, a 2.4% increase from the previous year, but not the entire
   $78.2 million that was requested. However, due to H256a, field trips and other approved transportation
   expenses incurred during FY 2009 will be reimbursed in FY 2010. The textbook allowance was funded
   at $5.97 million, which is a 40% reduction from the previous year and the technology program was fully
   funded at $9.15 million. Lastly, discretionary funding was set at $25,469 per support unit, which is a slight
   reduction of 0.2% from the previous year.
   The Division of Children’s Programs received an appropriation of $268.7 million. This large increase is
   due to $54.4 million of Title 8 federal stimulus dollars and other federal dollars realigned to this division.
   The stimulus dollars will provide significant increases in funding through the Individuals with Disabilities
   Education Act (IDEA), Title I and Title II of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), and the
   USDA School Lunch Program. Within this division the Idaho Digital Learning Academy was funded at $5
   million, a 60% increase over the previous year. Other programs that were funded at the requested level
   included the Idaho Safe & Drug-Free Schools program at $7 million; the Idaho Reading Initiative at $2.8
   million; the Limited English Proficiency program at $6.04 million; ISAT remediation at $5 million; and the
   Math Initiative at $3.97 million.
   The Division of Facilities received an appropriation of $17.9 million that will be directed to the Bond
   Levy Equalization program. The Lottery dollars that are typically found in this division and used by school
   districts for maintenance were transferred to the Division of Operations for one year to be used as
   discretionary dollars. The state’s obligation for maintenance matching funds is relieved for one year.
   Education Trailer Bills
   S1074 and S1233 addressed the Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind (ISDB). S1074 repealed
   ISDB’s statutes, created the Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind, and directed the
   Bureau’s budget be submitted through the Educational Support Program/Division of Children’s Programs.
   S1223 provided that any act of appropriation with reference to the Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind
   shall mean the Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind and places the new bureau’s
   FY 2010 appropriation of $7,794,800 into the Educational Support Program/Division of Children’s
   Programs.
   H378 reversed Idaho’s plan to use $85.1 million of federal title 14 stimulus dollars to fill Public Schools’
   budget gaps in FY 2009. Instead, due to the limited time for school districts to spend stimulus dollars in
   the current school year, the U.S. Department of Education approved an approach to use Public Education
   Stabilization Funds (PESF) in their place and then use the same amount of stimulus funds in FY 2010.
   The last step in this process was to reduce the FY 2010 Public Schools’ General Fund by $85.1 million
   and transfer that amount back into PESF.
   H371 provided $20,000 of one-time funding to the Superintendent of Public Instruction to coordinate a
   review of the pupil transportation program. Outcomes will focus on opportunities and incentives to
   operate cost-effective and safe public school busing operations and any recommended changes to Idaho
   Code. Results and recommendations from the review shall be presented to the germane committees and
   JFAC during the 2010 legislative session.
   College and Universities
   The FY 2010 appropriation for the four institutions in the state's college and university system reflected an
   11.9% ongoing General Fund reduction (this percentage reduction does not include the $10 million
   transfer from the Permanent Building Fund discussed below). This appropriation included $13,722,700
   from the ARRA. In addition, this budget also included:
   ü    Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES): $1,591,100 in ARRA funds for faculty and staff at
        CAES.

   ü    Center for Livestock & Environmental Studies (CLES): $10,000,000 in General Funds for the
        Idaho Center for Livestock and Environmental Studies at the University of Idaho. Funding for this

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        project was originally appropriated to the Permanent Building Fund in FY 2008. The appropriation
        transferred the $10 million from the Permanent Building Fund to the General Fund and provided for a
        two-year appropriation. This was necessary because the $10 million was sitting in the Permanent
        Building Fund and could not be accessed by the University of Idaho to begin planning and design.

   Community Colleges
   The FY 2010 appropriation for the state’s three community colleges reflected a 7.4% ongoing General
   Fund reduction plus an additional 5% reduction in personnel costs. This appropriation included
   $1,640,200 from ARRA.

   Health Education Programs
   While Health Education was held harmless from the FY 2009 budget reductions due to contractual
   obligations with participating institutions, the FY 2010 appropriation reflected a General Fund base
   reduction of 1.1%, plus the standard 5% reduction in personnel costs. The Family Medicine Residency
   programs did receive line items for program expansion in the amounts of $173,200 and $145,200 for
   Boise and Pocatello, respectively.
   Office of the State Board of Education
   The FY 2010 appropriation for the Office of the State Board of Education (OSBE) included a transfer of
   two major programs and related funding to the State Department of Education: Student Assessment and
   the Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP). In addition,
   OSBE was authorized positions for accountability, proprietary school oversight and an administrative
   assistant. The OSBE budget took a 7.1% General Fund base reduction (not including program transfers)
   plus an additional 5% reduction in General Fund personnel costs.
   Professional-Technical Education
   The FY 2010 appropriation for the Division of Professional-Technical Education reflected a 4.2% General
   Fund reduction plus an additional reduction in personnel costs. This appropriation included $1,172,100
   from the ARRA.
   Special Programs
   While the FY 2010 appropriation for Special Programs included the standard base reductions and
   personnel costs reductions, also included in this budget was $1 million from the Opportunity Scholarship
   Program Fund for Opportunity Scholarship awards for the 2009-2010 academic year.
   Superintendent of Public Instruction
   The Superintendent of Public Instruction received an appropriation of $34.3 million, which is an overall
   total funds increase of 32.6% from the previous year. This growth is due to the receipt of a federal grant
   for the continued development of the longitudinal data system and the transfer of student assessment
   responsibilities and GEAR UP from the Office of the State Board of Education. While the total funds
   increased, this budget received a 1.8% reduction from the General Fund. H312 included three line items
   to the Superintendent’s budget. The first is $2.9 million of federal funding for the second year of
   development of the longitudinal data system, and the second is $7.2 million for student assessment
   responsibilities that will be transferred from the Office of the State Board of Education. Assessment will
   include the Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT), grades 3-8 & 10, the Idaho English Language
   Assessment (IELA), for limited English proficient students, and the National Assessment of Educational
   Progress (NAEP) for grades 4, 8, and 12. The last addition to the Superintendent’s budget includes
   $20,000 of one-time funding to coordinate a review of the pupil transportation program and was included
   in H371. Outcomes will focus on opportunities and incentives to operate cost-effective and safe public
   school busing operations and any recommended changes to Idaho Code. Results and recommendations
   from the review shall be presented to the germane committees and JFAC during the 2010 legislative
   session.




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   Health and Human Services
   Department of Health and Welfare
   During the 2009 legislative session the Health & Welfare germane committees passed benefit changes
   that reduced Idaho’s Medicaid liabilities by approximately $68 million. After the policy changes were
   passed, JFAC reduced the entire Department of Health and Welfare’s budget by an additional
   $130,157,900 from the General Fund. This resulted in a 22.2% reduction in the General Fund
   appropriation for FY 2010.

   General Fund savings from FMAP were shifted to pay for the Medicaid Management Information System
   ($20 million) and the Idaho Benefits Information System ($3.7 million). Other major budget items included
   in Health and Welfare’s FY 2010 appropriation are:
   ü    FMAP Fund Shift: In FY 2009, $54.7 million was shifted from General Funds to federal funds due to
        the FMAP rate change. Of the $54.7 in savings, $52.3 million from the Medicaid program was
        returned to the General Fund. For FY 2010, there was an additional $24.7 million fund shift from the
        General Fund to federal funds for the FMAP rate change, of which $21.4 million in General Fund
        savings in the Medicaid program were used to stabilize the reductions for other state entities.
   ü    Food Stamps Limited Service Staff: Ten limited service staff and $499,200 in total funds were
        provided to cover the costs of removing the asset test from the food stamps eligibility for one year.
   ü    Vaccine Funding: $2.8 million from the General Fund was removed from the budget and the vaccine
        program modified to only cover the vaccine costs for uninsured children.
   ü    Cystic Fibrosis: $205,000 in one time General Funds was included for SCR112.
   ü    Federal Stimulus Appropriation: The FY 2010 appropriation included $41.3 million in spending
        authority for federal stimulus monies in addition to FMAP fund shifts. The $41.3 million does not
        include future year federal stimulus monies that will be available in fiscal year 2011.

   The total General Fund appropriation for Health and Welfare was $457,120,000; of which Medicaid was
   appropriated $309,178,200 or 67% of the total budget. In addition to the General Fund, Health and
   Welfare’s appropriation included dedicated and federal funds for a total of $1,993,860,400. This is $100.2
   million, or a 5.3% increase over last year, with all of the increase due to federal stimulus funds.

   Public Safety
   Department of Correction
   The appropriation to Correction’s for FY 2010 included $150.7 million from the General Fund and $18.9
   million in other dedicated and federal funding sources for a total of $169.6 million. This budget
   represented a 14.3% reduction in the General Fund, or $25.2 million, with an overall reduction of 13.8%,
   or $27.2 million.
   Savings in this budget were achieved by a reduction in inmate population growth and the addition of new
   beds to the current system including 306 beds at various state facilities, 628 beds at the private prison,
   and another 400 beds at the Correctional Alternative Placement facility that will be coming online towards
   the latter part of next fiscal year. All told, bed capacity is being expanded by a total of 1,334 over the next
   two years. This will allow the department to bring home all inmates that are currently housed in out-of-
   state facilities. At the time of this writing Idaho had 318 inmates housed out-of-state at a cost of $59.74
   per inmate day and that was scheduled to increase to $61.53 per inmate day in FY 2010. Idaho can
   house these same inmates for around $40 per inmate day with the added bed capacity, translating into
   substantial savings for the state. In addition, county jails also house 424 inmates at a cost of $42.50 per
   inmate day, and some of these inmates will be transferred to state facilities.
   Idaho State Police
   While the total appropriation to the Idaho State Police for FY 2010 represented a slight increase of 0.4%
   from the previous fiscal year, the General Fund appropriation decreased by 28.7%, or $7,035,600. The
   major issue surrounding this budget concerned a revenue shortfall that existed in the Law Enforcement

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   Fund. The fund was short almost one million in FY 2009 and the shortage grew to just over $2.8 million
   for FY 2010. This fund is capitalized with 5% of the Highway Distribution Account, which has been in
   recent decline. To make up the shortfall in FY 2009, ISP implemented a variety of cost saving measures.
   The appropriation for FY 2010 shifted $2.8 million in personnel costs from the Law Enforcement Fund to
   the Law Enforcement Project Choice Fund on a one-time basis for continued operational support. Project
   Choice is funded by a three dollar fee on certain motor vehicle registrations for the purpose of creating a
   career ladder within the department and for the hiring and retention of trained and qualified employees.

   Natural Resources
   Department of Water Resources
   The goal of JFAC was to set a budget for Water Resources that retained as many positions as possible
   within the given limited resources. The budget retained five positions that were not funded, shifted
   moneys from trustee & benefit payments and operating expenditures to personnel costs, and brought
   monitoring and aquifer characterization tasks in-house. One major issue the Legislature addressed during
   the session was the approval of the Eastern Snake River Plain Comprehensive Aquifer Management Plan
   (ESPA CAMP). The plan suggests the state pay about $3 million a year or 40% of the costs over the next
   10 years for the first phase of the plan. The first phase would cost $70 to $100 million with the goal to
   reduce the water budget by 200,000 to 300,000 acre feet. Moneys will be used by the Idaho Water
   Resource Board to pay for essential government services, including facilitation, technical and design
   studies, water acquisition, water conveyance and other related activities. Water management projects
   indentified in the ESPA CAMP including ground to surface water conversions, managed recharge,
   demand reduction, conservation and water supply enhancement projects will also be accomplished with
   the funds.

   Natural Resource Trailer Bills
   ü    S1219 provided a $264,000 appropriation to the Department of Parks and Recreation in trustee and
        benefit payments. The appropriation provided spending authority of pass-through moneys collected
        from a $2 increase in off-highway vehicle fees raised by S1098. One-half of the money will be paid to
        the Idaho Department of Lands and the other half will be paid to local law enforcement agencies.
   ü    S1225 appropriated $65,000 for administrative costs to Parks and Recreation and $1,515,000 as
        pass-through to the Department of Agriculture to administer the provisions of H213. H213 created a
        boat sticker program to support activities related to the prevention, detection, control, and
        management of Zebra and Quagga mussels.
   ü    H333 included a trailer appropriation to the Department of Fish and Game for S1141a. S1141a
        increased non-resident licenses and tags by an estimated $2.5 to $2.6 million. The increases with
        the largest estimated fiscal impacts included a 17% increase in non-resident deer tags (from $245.75
        to $300.00), a 10% increase in non-resident hunting licenses (from $139.75 to $153.00), a 12%
        increase in non-resident elk tags (from $370.75 to $415.00), and a 20% increase in non-resident
        fishing licenses (from $80.25 to $96.50). The biggest chunks of the new money will be used to
        sustain existing programs, develop family fishing waters, and increase hatchery trout production.
        Smaller amounts of the new money were appropriated for wildlife habitat restoration, pheasant
        stocking, weed control, and the kids in the outdoors program.




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   Economic Development
   Department of Agriculture
   The appropriation to Agriculture for FY 2010 included $7,312,400 from the General Fund and
   $27,271,400 in other dedicated and federal funding sources for a total of $34,583,800. This budget
   represents a 41.8% reduction in the General Fund, or $5,248,500, with an overall reduction of 10.5%, or
   $4,078,100. Savings in this budget were achieved by a reduction in a two-year appropriation for Eurasian
   Watermilfoil eradication and other one-time General Fund appropriations. The department also reduced
   its water quality program and range program as a result of their ongoing efforts at zero-based budgeting.
   At the end of session, the department received an appropriation from the Invasive Species Fund to
   educate the public and combat the potential influx of Quagga and Zebra mussels. The Invasive Species
   Fund receives funding from an additional fee placed on boat registrations. The department will set up
   washing stations to remove the mussels and conduct a series of public service campaigns to raise
   awareness of these mussels.

   Department of Commerce
   The appropriation to Commerce for FY 2010 included $4,598,800 from the General Fund and
   $25,698,400 from dedicated and federal funding sources for a total of $30,297,200. This budget
   represents a 50% reduction in the General Fund, or $4,600,400, with an overall reduction of 14.4% or
   $5,083,900. Savings in the budget were achieved by cutting $2.7 million from the Rural and Gem Grants.
   The remaining reductions came from ongoing savings in personnel costs and operating expenditures.
   The Rural and Gem Grants were established in FY 2002 in response to reports that rural Idaho lagged
   behind in economic development and overall salaries. This has been touted as a successful program and
   Idaho Department of Labor released statistics in May 2009 that shows wages in rural Idaho grew faster
   than wages in the state’s urban areas in the most recent reporting period. The Rural and Gem Grants
   program mirror federal Community Development Block Grants which have primarily gone to urban areas
   in Idaho.

   Idaho Transportation Department
   The Idaho Transportation Department was appropriated $538.6 million for FY 2010, $82 million of
   Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicle (GARVEE) bonding authority for FY 2010, and $208.2 in
   supplemental appropriations for FY 2009. This large increase over the previous year is primarily due to
   federal stimulus dollars, revenue enhancement actions, and less GARVEE debt service required for FY
   2010. Most of the additional revenue will be directed to the following divisions: Contract Construction
   and Right-of-Way Acquisition, Highway Operations, and Motor Vehicles. The table below summarizes
   the enabling legislation, dollar amounts, and sources of funds.

   Included in the appropriation is $9.1 million to develop management systems, which include pavement
   management, maintenance management, and project scheduling and $19.5 million for additional
   contract construction projects or right-of-way purchases. H311 also includes a FY 2009 supplemental
   of $190,677,100 of title 12 federal stimulus dollars. Of this amount, $8,742,500 will be passed through
   the Public Transportation Division and $181,934,600 will be used by the department and also passed
   through to local cities, counties, and highway districts. This supplemental appropriation includes
   carryover authority into FY 2010 when most of this funding will be spent.

   Additional revenue for ITD includes up to $27.7 million as detailed in H377, which is a trailer bill to four
   separate pieces of legislation. Included in this amount is up to $16.4 million from the removal of the
   ethanol exemption, $5.6 million from increased Division of Motor Vehicle (DMV) fees to be used for
   modernization of the DMV computer systems, up to $5 million from the sale of permanent plates for
   special trailers and semi-trailers, and up to $855,000 for a new limit on the number of temporary trip
   permits that may be issued.
   Lastly, the Legislature provided the fourth consecutive year of bonding authority for the issuance of
   GARVEE bonds to finance an additional $82 million of highway transportation projects. The ITD
   Board’s proposed use of this additional bonding authority includes projects in the Treasure Valley’s I-84

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   corridor and for State Highway 16.

   Transportation Funding Approved During 2009 Legislative Session
   Bill Number     Fiscal Year            Dollar Amount      Source
                                          (in millions)
   H311                 FY 2010                           $508.6                   Dedicated and Federal Funding
   S1227                FY 2010                           $2.3                     Additional 2% Funding for Dedicated
                                                                                   and Federal Personnel Costs
   H377 Trailer         FY 2010                           $27.7                    Trailer Appropriation of Dedicated
                                                                                   Funds
   S1186                FY 2010                           $82.0                    Additional GARVEE Bonding Authority
   H311                 FY 2009 Supplemental1             $190.7                   Title 12 Federal Stimulus

   S1227                FY 2009 Supplemental1             $17.5 2                  Title 14 Federal Stimulus

                        Total                             $828.8 million
   Notes:
       1.    Appropriated as an FY 2009 Supplemental to allow announcement of program funds, but most of the expenditures will
             occur in FY 2010.

        2.   This funding will be passed through by ITD to the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council for construction and
             maintenance projects at the local level (highway districts, counties, and cities).

   General Government
   Permanent Building Fund Projects
   S1180 provides a total of $27,438,600 from the Permanent Building Fund: $20,509,600 for maintenance
   and repair projects and $6,929,000 for the following four capital projects:
        $2,000,000 for life/safety repairs on the Kibbie Dome at the University of Idaho. The university has
        also pledged $10 million of its own institutional funds toward this project;

        $4,345,000 for the remodel of Seiter Hall into a general classroom building at North Idaho College;

        $312,000 for the purchase of the Department of Lands’ administrative site in St. Maries. The
        Department’s lease with the City of St. Maries expires at the end of the fiscal year. In order for the
        Department to retain its investment on this property, it must be purchased from the city; and

        $272,000 for the remodel of space in the basement of the J.R. Williams building for studio space for
        Idaho Public Television (IPTV). This does not contemplate the expenditure of Permanent Building
        Funds, but rather provides spending authority for cigarette tax revenues for this remodel project. This
        relates to the Capitol restoration because IPTV is being displaced from the Capitol as part of the
        restoration. Section 63-2520(b)(5), Idaho Code, provides: "For fiscal years on and after July 1, 2006,
        all [remaining cigarette tax] moneys shall be distributed to the permanent building fund with the
        moneys to be used for the repair, remodel and restoration of the state capitol building and state
        facilities pertaining to the capitol restoration until such time as the capitol restoration is adequately
        funded as certified by the director of the department of administration."

   Office of Drug Policy & Statewide Substance Abuse Services
   For FY 2010, $440,300 from the Millennium Fund was appropriated for the operating costs of the Office of
   Drug Policy, and $6,141,300 was appropriated for statewide substance abuse services. In FY 2009, the
   Legislature appropriated $9,814,900 of one-time funding from the General Fund for community-based
   substance abuse treatment. The one-time nature required the treatment funding to be addressed again
   in FY 2010. For FY 2010, the Governor recommended and the Legislature appropriated $5,171,100 in

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   ongoing General Funds and $1,894,800 in one-time Millennium Funds for replacement of the 2009 one-
   time substance abuse treatment appropriation. The 2010 appropriation does represent a $2,749,000
   reduction from the FY 2009 amount; however, the ongoing appropriation of $5,171,100 will assist in
   stabilizing the budget for the treatment program in future years.
   Millennium Fund
   The Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee and the Legislature supported the following distribution of
   $4,965,600 on a one-time basis:
   ü    $440,300 for the operating costs of the Office of Drug Policy
   ü    $268,400 to the Public Health Districts to provide prevention and smoking cessation services to all
        Idaho citizens, with primary emphasis on youth and pregnant women
   ü    $300,000 to the Physical Health Services Program in the Department of Health and Welfare for
        targeted tobacco counter-marketing programs
   ü    $700,000 to the Physical Health Services Program in the Department of Health and Welfare for
        nicotine replacement therapy
   ü    $420,000 to the Idaho Supreme Court for youth courts and the status offender services program
   ü    $94,000 to Idaho State Police to offset the cost of youth tobacco investigations
   ü    $183,300 to the American Lung Association for a tobacco control intervention program targeting
        primary and secondary school students
   ü    $164,800 to Idaho Drug Free Youth for the i2i program, a statewide parent and teen tobacco, drug
        and alcohol-use prevention and education program
   ü    $500,000 to Idaho Meth Project for a prevention media campaign
   ü    $1,894,800 to the Department of Health and Welfare for community based substance abuse
        treatment

   Statewide Issues
   Change in Employee Compensation - Personnel Costs
   As revenues continued to decline during the session, and projections for FY 2009 and FY 2010 were
   lowered, the Legislature and Governor agreed to a 5% ongoing reduction in total personnel costs for all
   state government. For dedicated funds and federal funds, 2% of personnel costs are restored on a one-
   time basis for FY 2010. General Fund agencies in the Executive Branch may apply to the Governor for a
   one-time infusion of funding from the Budget Stabilization Fund, equal to 2% of personnel costs in the
   General Fund. The Governor was appropriated $7.032 million to restore personnel cuts if necessary to
   maintain the health, public safety and essential services to the citizens.

   Funding for Employer Health Insurance
   FY 2009: The Legislature reduced the amount appropriated for health insurance in FY 2009 from $8,700
   to $8,200 and used $500 from reserves in the Group Insurance Fund toward the premium. This created
   savings to the General Fund of $5,453,500, $2,369,600 from dedicated funds, and $1,284,000 from
   federal funds for a total of $9,107,100. Group Insurance will implement this policy by giving agencies a
   one-month credit of $500 per eligible employee and paying the premium from reserves.
   FY 2010: The Governor’s recommendation concurred with the budget request from Group Insurance for
   an increase of $900 per eligible employee. But rather than adding new funding, the Governor proposed
   using $500 from reserves for employer premiums similar to what had occurred in FY 2009. As a result,
   the amount for health insurance did not increase from $8,200 to $9,100 as requested, but rather to
   $8,600 per employee. Reducing reserves by $18.2 million over two years represents a management
   change of keeping reserve balances sufficient to maintain a 95 percentile confidence level down to a 90
   percentile confidence level.
   The Legislature funded an increase of $240 per eligible employee moving the base amount from $8,200
   to $8,440. This difference from the Governor’s recommendation is due to a policy change to capture
   those dollars appropriated to agencies for employees who are eligible to receive health insurance benefits
   but decline coverage. Beginning in July, these moneys will be transferred into the Group Insurance Fund

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   by the State Controller during payroll processing. Furthermore, funding in FY 2010 for life and disability
   insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs.
   Retiree Health Insurance
   A major change concerning state employee benefits was addressed in H173. Among other changes to
   the health insurance policy for state employees, it provides a fixed subsidy of $155 per month to retirees
   for health insurance premiums. This subsidy will be funded by the state until the retiree is eligible for
   Medicare, at which time, the retiree will be required to move off the state plan. Spouses of retirees may
   stay on the state plan until they are eligible for Medicare. In addition, new employees hired after June 30,
   2009, will no longer be eligible for a health insurance benefit upon retirement. If a person leaves state
   employment after June 30, 2009, and subsequently returns, they must have accrued at least ten years
   (20,800 hours) of credited state service before leaving to be eligible for retiree health benefits, and then
   work an additional three years. H173 directs the Department of Administration to form an advisory
   committee on health insurance issues and to promulgate rules defining eligibility for health insurance for
   active and retired employees and their dependents. The bill had an emergency clause and was effective
   upon the signature of the Governor.

   Future Commitments on the General Fund
   Last session the Legislature approved H588 which increased the grocery tax credit from $20 to $30 for
   most individuals, from $35 to $55 for seniors and the disabled, and from $20 to $50 for those with taxable
   income of less than $1,000. The income tax credit continues to increase each tax year by $10 until
   reaching $100, eventually offsetting, on average, the state sales tax on qualified foods. The fiscal impact
   grows to $123.5 million over an eight-year period. However, an escape clause allows for the preemption
   by the Governor of each succeeding phase should General Fund budget holdbacks of 1% or more be in
                       st
   effect on October 1 of any year. The cost of H588 for year three (FY 2011) is $15.5 million.

   Last session H599 exempted the first $100,000 of certain business personal property from local property
   tax and replaced the exempted amount with sales tax. The estimated fiscal impact was $17.5 million to
   the General Fund; however, the legislation included a trigger which required the growth in the General
   Fund to exceed 5% of the previous year before the replacement takes place. H83 of 2009 amended the
   trigger to require 5% growth in the General Fund over FY 2008. General Fund revenues will need to
   exceed $3,055.2 million before H599 takes effect.

   Election consolidation was implemented through H372a. The fiscal impact was $1.5 million to the Budget
   Stabilization Fund for FY 2010 and for FY 2011, and the fiscal impact is $4.1 million from the sales tax
   distribution formula to the respective counties. Of the total, $2.2 million is distributed equally to the
   counties and $1.9 million is distributed to each county based on population. The distribution from the
   sales tax is also indexed to the consumer price index to allow for growth.




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                    16                                        Statewide Report
                General Fund Revenue Collections and Estimates


 The Economic Outlook and Revenue Assessment Committee (EORAC), appointed by leadership
 and made up of nine members from the Senate and nine members from the House, convened
 before the session and heard testimony from economists and key industry representatives from
 throughout the state. The committee then reviewed the FY 2009 and FY 2010 General Fund
 revenue estimates presented to the First Regular Session of the 60th Idaho Legislature in the
 Governor's State of the State speech. The committee concluded that the revenue projection in the
 executive forecast for FY 2009 was reasonable for the purposes of setting the budget, but that the
 FY 2010 estimate was too high. The committee's median forecast was just below the executive
 forecast by $18.4 million for FY 2009 but $101.4 million below the FY 2010 forecast.
 Then, in March, the Governor revised his FY 2009 estimate downward by $73.4 million and the FY
 2010 estimate downward by $109.1 million. JFAC used the revised forecasts for FY 2009 and FY
 2010, for the purposes of setting the budget but also left estimated ending balances for both years.
 The numbers below also reflect adjustments from legislation impacting General Fund revenues.
 The bill number, description and estimated fiscal impact of each of the law changes can be found on
 the General Fund Budget Report.



                                                                      Revenue Estimates
                             FY 2008                 FY 2009                            FY 2010
                              Actual         January        Mar. with      January       March                   Mar. with
REVENUE SOURCE              Collections      Forecast     Law Changes     Forecast      Forecast               Law Changes

Individual Income Tax      $1,430,162,500 $1,267,970,000 $1,220,560,000 $1,282,090,000 $1,211,850,000 $1,200,465,000
Corporate Income Tax         189,703,100    157,130,000    156,470,000    163,510,000    162,040,000    159,040,000
Sales Tax                  1,142,468,000 1,068,940,000 1,041,560,000 1,063,430,000 1,026,040,000 1,026,040,000
Product Taxes
 Cigarette Tax                 6,535,000      7,770,000      7,770,000     15,300,000     15,300,000     17,900,000
 Tobacco Tax                   7,200,500      7,550,000      7,550,000      7,570,000      7,570,000      7,570,000
 Beer Tax                      2,147,600      2,190,000      2,190,000      2,190,000      2,190,000      2,190,000
 Wine Tax                      2,581,700      2,859,000      2,859,000      2,890,000      2,890,000      2,890,000
 Liquor Transfer               8,378,500      9,294,000      9,294,000     13,590,000     13,590,000     13,590,000
Miscellaneous Revenue
 Kilowatt Hour Tax             1,599,200      2,200,000      2,200,000      2,200,000      2,200,000      2,200,000
 Mine License Tax              2,524,900      1,000,000      1,000,000        500,000        500,000        500,000
 State Treasurer              11,366,200      6,080,000      6,080,000      2,300,000      2,300,000      2,300,000
 Judicial Branch               5,332,400      5,421,000      5,422,000      5,490,000      5,490,000      5,490,000
 Insurance Premium Tax        56,343,200     56,435,000     56,435,000     56,910,000     56,910,000     56,910,000
 State Police                  1,919,900      1,951,000      1,952,000      1,980,000      1,980,000      1,980,000
 Secretary of State            2,821,000      2,700,000      2,700,000      2,800,000      2,800,000      2,800,000
 Unclaimed Property            5,626,900      2,500,000      2,500,000      2,500,000      2,500,000      2,500,000
 Estate Tax                       29,000               0         10,000              0              0              0
 Other/Dept. Transfers        33,108,100     31,820,000     31,848,000     34,030,000     34,020,000     34,156,000
                            ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________
     TOTAL REVENUES $2,909,847,700 $2,633,810,000 $2,558,400,000 $2,659,280,000 $2,550,170,000 $2,538,521,000
  % Change from prior year          3.5%          (9.5%)        (12.1%)          1.0%          (0.3%)         (0.8%)

  With Beginning Balances    268,786,200                     248,756,500                                         57,778,300
                            ___________    ___________      ___________      ___________      ___________      ___________
REVENUES & BALANCES $3,178,633,900         $2,633,810,000   $2,807,156,500   $2,659,280,000   $2,550,170,000   $2,596,299,300




 2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                        17                                            Statewide Report
               FY 2010 General Fund Revenue & Appropriations


  "Where the money comes from . . ."
                                                                                        Dollars In Millions (Percent of Revenue)


                                                                                                   Individual Income Tax
                       All Other Taxes $153.0
                                                                                                          $1,200.5



                                                    6.0%

                                                                                 47.3%
                                          40.4%

                                                                       6.3%




      Sales Tax $1,026.0                                                                    Corporate Income Tax
                                                                                                   $159.0

                                                                                 General Fund Revenue = $2,538.5
                                                                         Beginning Balance & Net Transfers = $17.6



  "Where the money goes . . ."
                                                                                  Dollars In Millions (Percent of Appropriations)
                                                                                            Dollars In Millions (Percent of Total)
               Natural                         Economic
           Resources, $39.4                Development, $26.0                  General
                                                                          Government, $94.6
                             1.6%                      1.0%
                                                                                                                   Public
       Public Safety, $234.5                                                                                  Schools, $1,231.4
                                                              3.8%
                                      9.4%

                                                                                    49.1%
                               19.4%

                                    5.6%                10.1%




   Health & Human
   Services, $486.3
                                                    College and                   All Education $1,625.8
                           Other                Universities, $253.3                      64.9%
                      Education, $141.2
                                                                              General Fund Appropriations = $2,506.6
                                                                               General Fund Ending Balance = $49.5




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              18                                              Statewide Report
                   FY 2010 All Appropriations by Fund & Function


                                                                            "Where the money comes from . . ."
 Dollars In Millions (Percent of Total)




                                  Federal Funds $2,218.1               General Fund $2,506.6
                                           36.9%                               41.7%



                                                  Dedicated Funds
                                                   $1,291.9 21.5%




                                                                       Appropriations by Fund = $6,016.6



                                                                                    "Where the money goes . . ."
 Dollars In Millions (Percent of Total)


                             Natural Resources
                                                           Economic                 General Government
                                $280.0 4.7%
                                                       Development $717.9              $333.0 5.5%
      Public Safety $325.7                                   11.9%
              5.4%




                                                                            Education $2,326.4
                 Health & Human
                                                                                  38.7%
                Services $2,033.6
                      33.8%
                                                                       Appropriations by Function = $6,016.6




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                          19                                         Statewide Report
                      General Fund Major Decision Units by Agency
                                                     FY 2009                                Supple-        Omnibus          FY 2009
                                                     Original         Carryover             mentals        Decisions         Total*
    1 Education
      Public School Support                           1,418,542,700                0                  0     (85,097,600)   1,333,445,100
      Agricultural Research & Extension Service          28,249,200        4,946,100                  0      (1,881,300)      31,314,000
      College and Universities                          285,151,500                0                  0     (18,714,400)     266,437,100
      Community Colleges                                 29,666,400                0                  0      (1,935,800)      27,730,600
      Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the                8,503,700                0                  0        (558,800)       7,944,900
      Education, Office of the State Board of             5,127,000                0                  0        (317,100)       4,809,900
      Health Education Programs                           9,459,900          116,900                  0          (9,500)       9,567,300
      Historical Society                                  3,347,200                0                  0        (194,700)       3,152,500
      Libraries, Commission for                           4,269,300                0                  0        (308,900)       3,960,400
      Professional-Technical Education                   54,899,400          131,800                  0      (2,502,700)      52,528,500
      Public Broadcasting System, Educational             3,530,300                0                  0        (282,700)       3,247,600
      Special Programs                                   12,222,600          646,400                  0        (633,500)      12,235,500
      Superintendent of Public Instruction                7,309,100                0                  0        (373,600)       6,935,500
      Vocational Rehabilitation                           8,520,900                0                  0        (535,300)       7,985,600
      Total Education                                 1,878,799,200        5,841,200                  0    (113,345,900)   1,771,294,500
    2 Health and Human Services
      Medically Indigent Health Care                    20,767,700                 0         2,500,000                0      23,267,700
      Health and Welfare, Department of                184,785,100         8,098,800           (36,100)     (19,786,700)    173,061,100
      Medical Assistance Services                      402,492,800         1,120,700                 0      (72,690,400)    330,923,100
      Independent Living Council, State                    129,100                 0                 0           (8,200)        120,900
      Public Health Districts                           10,799,300                 0                 0         (725,900)     10,073,400
      Total Health and Human Services                  618,974,000         9,219,500         2,463,900      (93,211,200)    537,446,200
    3 Public Safety
      Correction, Department of                        175,915,200                 0         (3,780,000)     (6,901,200)    165,234,000
      Judicial Branch                                   31,862,500                 0                  0      (2,033,700)     29,828,800
      Juvenile Corrections, Department of               40,029,300                 0                  0      (2,591,300)     37,438,000
      Police, Idaho State                               24,529,500                 0                  0      (1,932,500)     22,597,000
      Total Public Safety                              272,336,500                 0         (3,780,000)    (13,458,700)    255,097,800
    4 Natural Resources
      Environmental Quality, Department of               19,625,000                0                  0      (1,446,300)     18,178,700
      Fish and Game, Department of                                0                0                  0               0               0
      Land, Board of Commissioners                        5,590,800                0                  0        (336,900)      5,253,900
      Parks and Recreation, Department of                16,072,000        3,130,700                  0      (2,959,700)     16,243,000
      Water Resources, Department of                     14,587,500                0                  0        (909,500)     13,678,000
      Total Natural Resources                            55,875,300        3,130,700                  0      (5,652,400)     53,353,600
    5 Economic Development
      Agriculture, Department of                         17,046,500        4,140,400                  0      (3,220,900)     17,966,000
      Commerce, Department of                             9,199,200                0                  0        (487,100)      8,712,100
      Finance, Department of                                      0                0                  0               0               0
      Industrial Commission                                       0                0                  0               0               0
      Insurance, Department of                                    0                0                  0               0               0
      Labor, Department of                                  774,400                0                  0         (50,200)        724,200
      Public Utilities Commission                                 0                0                  0               0               0
      Self-Governing Agencies                             4,258,800                0                  0        (271,200)      3,987,600
      Transportation Department, Idaho                            0                0                  0               0               0
      Total Economic Development                         31,278,900        4,140,400                  0      (4,029,400)     31,389,900
    6 General Government
      Administration, Department of                       8,775,500               0                   0        (614,000)      8,161,500
      Building Fund Advisory Council                              0               0                   0               0               0
      Attorney General                                   19,215,600         951,600                   0      (1,234,800)     18,932,400
      Controller, State                                   7,196,900         536,200                   0        (420,900)      7,312,200
      Governor, Office of the                            20,298,600               0                   0      (1,442,200)     18,856,400
      Legislative Branch                                 12,856,900         799,800                   0        (900,200)     12,756,500
      Lieutenant Governor                                   162,600               0                   0         (11,200)        151,400
      Revenue & Taxation, Department of                  29,011,500               0                   0      (2,000,900)     27,010,600
      Secretary of State                                  2,791,600               0                   0        (521,100)      2,270,500
      Treasurer, State                                    1,710,300               0                   0        (109,200)      1,601,100
      Total General Government                         102,019,500         2,287,600                  0      (7,254,500)     97,052,600
   Statewide Total                                    2,959,283,400     24,619,400           (1,316,100)   (236,952,100)   2,745,634,600

      * Deficiency Warrants and other transfers are not shown in the Total Appropriation.


2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                  20                                                    Statewide Report
                     General Fund Major Decision Units by Agency
    Budgeted   Remove               Base             Base          Mainten-           Line         FY 2010         % Change from
   Reversions One-times             Adjust                        ance Items         Items         Original        Original Total

               0        (250,000)   24,167,400    1,357,362,500    (48,147,300)     (77,828,600)   1,231,386,600     (13.2%)   (7.7%)
               0      (4,946,100)     (243,100)      26,124,800     (1,134,900)               0       24,989,900     (11.5%) (20.2%)
               0      (7,307,600)   (3,834,900)     255,294,600    (11,996,400)       9,979,900      253,278,100     (11.2%)   (4.9%)
               0        (105,000)     (255,300)      27,370,300       (963,300)               0       26,407,000     (11.0%)   (4.8%)
               0         (99,100)     (284,100)       7,561,700       (292,700)      (7,269,000)               0    (100.0%) (100.0%)
               0               0       (44,900)       4,765,000        110,600       (2,629,200)       2,246,400     (56.2%) (53.3%)
               0        (116,900)      (93,500)       9,356,900        225,000          357,400        9,939,300       5.1%     3.9%
               0        (565,300)      (50,400)       2,536,800        (80,400)      (2,456,400)               0    (100.0%) (100.0%)
               0        (297,100)     (146,200)       3,517,100        (91,100)      (3,426,000)               0    (100.0%) (100.0%)
               0        (858,700)      909,300       52,579,100       (979,200)               0       51,599,900      (6.0%)   (1.8%)
               0      (1,530,700)      (38,100)       1,678,800        (19,000)               0        1,659,800     (53.0%) (48.9%)
               0      (2,593,000)     (169,400)       9,473,100        (65,200)               0        9,407,900     (23.0%) (23.1%)
         (80,000)     (2,450,900)       96,300        4,500,900       (158,300)       2,833,700        7,176,300      (1.8%)    3.5%
               0         (13,800)     (150,100)       7,821,700        (96,700)               0        7,725,000      (9.3%)   (3.3%)
         (80,000)    (21,134,200)   19,863,000    1,769,943,300    (63,688,900)     (80,438,200)   1,625,816,200     (13.5%)   (8.2%)

                0     (2,500,000)           0       20,767,700           4,000       (1,000,000)     19,771,700       (4.8%)   (15.0%)
       (2,958,600)   (23,077,300)   8,320,000      155,345,200      (3,233,300)       1,001,000     153,112,900      (17.1%)   (11.5%)
                0    (25,203,300) (23,575,000)     282,144,800      24,238,100        2,795,300     309,178,200      (23.2%)    (6.6%)
                0              0       (4,900)         116,000          (2,200)               0         113,800      (11.9%)    (5.9%)
                0              0     (401,600)       9,671,800        (366,700)               0       9,305,100      (13.8%)    (7.6%)
       (2,958,600)   (50,780,600) (15,661,500)     468,045,500      20,639,900        2,796,300     491,481,700      (20.6%)    (8.6%)

                0     (2,234,900)   (5,203,700)    157,795,400      (3,449,400)      (3,667,600)    150,678,400      (14.3%)    (8.8%)
                0       (170,700)      952,900      30,611,000        (427,800)               0      30,183,200       (5.3%)     1.2%
                0        (40,300)     (532,000)     36,865,700        (768,100)               0      36,097,600       (9.8%)    (3.6%)
                0     (3,945,100)     (544,000)     18,107,900        (639,000)          25,000      17,493,900      (28.7%)   (22.6%)
                0     (6,391,000)   (5,326,800)    243,380,000      (5,284,300)      (3,642,600)    234,453,100      (13.9%)    (8.1%)

               0      (1,107,400)     (740,400)     16,330,900          (670,500)             0      15,660,400      (20.2%)   (13.9%)
               0               0             0               0                 0              0               0
         (37,400)       (250,000)     (230,000)      4,736,500          (121,800)             0       4,614,700      (17.5%)   (12.2%)
               0      (8,741,900)     (513,500)      6,987,600          (225,600)             0       6,762,000      (57.9%)   (58.4%)
               0        (967,400)     (401,000)     12,309,600            63,600              0      12,373,200      (15.2%)    (9.5%)
         (37,400)    (11,066,700)   (1,884,900)     40,364,600          (954,300)             0      39,410,300      (29.5%)   (26.1%)

                0     (5,980,200)     (478,900)     11,506,900          (248,200)            0       11,258,700      (34.0%)   (37.3%)
                0     (1,534,700)   (2,472,200)      4,705,200          (106,400)            0        4,598,800      (50.0%)   (47.2%)
                0              0             0               0                 0             0                0
                0              0             0               0                 0             0                0
                0              0             0               0                 0             0                0
                0              0      (196,100)        528,100           (17,000)            0          511,100      (34.0%)   (29.4%)
                0              0             0               0                 0             0                0
                0       (165,300)      (14,200)      3,808,100          (197,300)    6,054,900        9,665,700     127.0%     142.4%
                0              0             0               0                 0             0                0
                0     (7,680,200)   (3,161,400)     20,548,300          (568,900)    6,054,900       26,034,300      (16.8%)   (17.1%)

               0        (432,300)     (133,000)      7,596,200           (76,600)            0        7,519,600      (14.3%)    (7.9%)
               0               0             0               0                 0             0                0
               0      (1,278,100)      386,500      18,040,800          (711,800)            0       17,329,000       (9.8%)    (8.5%)
               0        (779,400)       26,600       6,559,400           (97,300)            0        6,462,100      (10.2%)   (11.6%)
               0        (223,400)     (604,600)     18,028,400          (425,300)     (468,900)      17,134,200      (15.6%)    (9.1%)
               0      (1,251,600)      508,300      12,013,200          (443,200)            0       11,570,000      (10.0%)    (9.3%)
               0               0         3,300         154,700            (4,700)            0          150,000       (7.7%)    (0.9%)
        (125,000)       (563,700)     (517,600)     25,804,300          (532,100)      397,700       25,669,900      (11.5%)    (5.0%)
               0        (152,500)        2,000       2,120,000           (76,800)        5,000        2,048,200      (26.6%)    (9.8%)
               0               0        34,900       1,636,000           (46,400)      (88,100)       1,501,500      (12.2%)    (6.2%)
        (125,000)     (4,681,000)     (293,600)     91,953,000      (2,414,200)       (154,300)      89,384,500      (12.4%)    (7.9%)
       (3,201,000) (101,733,700)    (6,465,200)   2,634,234,700    (52,270,700)     (75,383,900)   2,506,580,100     (15.3%)    (8.7%)




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               21                                                   Statewide Report
                        FY 2010 Appropriation by Decision Unit
Decision Unit                                   FTP               Gen                Ded              Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation              17,696.58    2,959,283,400       1,036,988,800    1,909,001,800    5,905,274,000
 Reappropriation                                 0.00       24,619,400         270,089,800       44,602,700      339,311,900
 Supplementals                                  10.00       (1,316,100)         83,588,100      229,865,300      312,137,300
 Rescissions                                   (21.00)    (176,952,700)                  0      (54,629,100)    (231,581,800)
 Omnibus Supplemental                           14.00           34,800          85,909,400          465,200       86,409,400
 Health Insurance Reduction                      0.00       (5,453,500)         (2,369,600)      (1,284,000)      (9,107,100)
 FMAP Shifts                                     0.00      (54,580,700)        (21,041,900)     139,979,700       64,357,100
 Deficiency Warrants & Cash Transfers            0.00          569,700                   0                0          569,700
 Other Appropriation Adjustments                 0.00         (569,700)        (38,700,000)      (7,500,000)     (46,769,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                 17,699.58    2,745,634,600       1,414,464,600    2,260,501,600    6,420,600,800
 Noncognizable Funds and Transfers              52.58                0           7,081,900       19,087,000       26,168,900
 Expenditure Adjustments                         0.00       (3,201,000)           (902,400)        (123,100)      (4,226,500)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures              17,752.16    2,742,433,600       1,420,644,100    2,279,465,500    6,442,543,200
 Removal of One-Time Expenditures              (31.71)    (101,733,700)       (498,396,200)    (346,789,400)    (946,919,300)
 Base Adjustments                               (6.55)         241,100          (2,146,800)      12,585,100       10,679,400
 Additional Base Adjustment                    (13.00)      (6,706,300)         37,047,400       72,704,800      103,045,900
FY 2010 Base                                17,700.90    2,634,234,700         957,148,500    2,017,966,000    5,609,349,200
 Benefit Costs                                   0.00        1,735,000           1,130,600          538,300        3,403,900
 Inflationary Adjustments                        0.00          499,600           3,160,800        1,153,800        4,814,200
 Replacement Items                               0.00           95,500          50,890,400        1,468,200       52,454,100
 Statewide Cost Allocation                       0.00        2,026,200              17,600          421,200        2,465,000
 Annualizations                                  0.00          210,700             381,000          210,700          802,400
 Personnel Cost Reduction                        0.00      (31,932,900)        (11,344,400)      (5,373,800)     (48,651,100)
 Public School Salary Change                     0.00      (67,774,100)         40,928,700                0      (26,845,400)
 Military Compensation                           0.00                0                   0          489,800          489,800
 Nondiscretionary Adjustments                    0.00       44,512,000           9,536,600       44,058,900       98,107,500
 Endowment Adjustments                           0.00       (1,642,700)          1,642,700                0                0
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                 17,700.90    2,581,964,000       1,053,492,500    2,060,933,100    5,696,389,600
 Line Items by Functional Area
     Education                                 (83.50)  (80,438,200)   90,923,900    53,485,500    63,971,200
     Health and Human Services                  20.50     2,796,300     4,937,000    65,942,200    73,675,500
     Public Safety                               7.00    (3,642,600)    8,404,700      (770,500)    3,991,600
     Natural Resources                          12.75             0    47,357,300     1,759,300    49,116,600
     Economic Development                      104.77     6,054,900    45,497,000    20,645,600    72,197,500
     General Government                          6.64      (154,300)   41,481,800    16,088,100    57,415,600
 Cash Transfers                                  0.00             0      (200,000)            0      (200,000)
FY 2010 Total                               17,769.06 2,506,580,100 1,291,894,200 2,218,083,300 6,016,557,600
Percent Change from Orig. Appropriation         0.4%         (15.3%)       24.6%         16.2%           1.9%
Percent Change from Total Appropriation         0.4%          (8.7%)        (8.7%)        (1.9%)        (6.3%)
FY 2010 Legislative Appropriation
                       FTP    Pers Costs       Oper Exp           Cap Out        T/B Pymts     Lump Sum           Total
 General           8,947.17   280,362,800    147,487,500         2,967,900      417,984,300 1,640,539,400 2,489,341,900
           OT          0.00       152,500      2,671,900            97,400          202,500    14,113,900    17,238,200
    Fund Total:    8,947.17   280,515,300    150,159,400         3,065,300      418,186,800 1,654,653,300 2,506,580,100
 Dedicated         7,559.97   296,449,700    217,624,400     78,483,700         151,337,300    243,356,500 987,251,600
           OT          3.00    15,891,000     31,568,700     62,996,600          41,633,600    152,552,700 304,642,600
    Fund Total:    7,562.97   312,340,700    249,193,100    141,480,300         192,970,900    395,909,200 1,291,894,200
 Federal           1,249.92   174,914,600    174,329,200    235,710,500 1,289,800,400          224,894,600 2,099,649,300
           OT          9.00     4,444,600     19,966,000      2,674,100    35,711,200           55,638,100 118,434,000
    Fund Total:    1,258.92   179,359,200    194,295,200    238,384,600 1,325,511,600          280,532,700 2,218,083,300

  Total:          17,769.06   772,215,200    593,647,700    382,930,200 1,936,669,300 2,331,095,200 6,016,557,600




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                        22                                                 Statewide Report
                FY 2010 Appropriation by Fund Source by Agency
                                                 FTP           General      Dedicated          Federal               Total
1 Education
  Public School Support                           93.74   1,231,386,600      209,879,200     269,588,500       1,710,854,300
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      373.05      24,989,900           50,000               0          25,039,900
  College and Universities                     3,981.55     253,278,100      156,518,100               0         409,796,200
  Community Colleges                               0.00      26,407,000        2,232,900               0          28,639,900
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the             0.00               0                0               0                   0
  Education, Office of the State Board of         23.50       2,246,400           89,500       1,706,200           4,042,100
  Health Education Programs                       21.04       9,939,300          617,900               0          10,557,200
  Historical Society                               0.00               0                0               0                   0
  Libraries, Commission for                        0.00               0                0               0                   0
  Professional-Technical Education               549.27      51,599,900        1,078,900       9,361,300          62,040,100
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         33.00       1,659,800          972,600               0           2,632,400
  Special Programs                                34.40       9,407,900        1,000,000         440,000          10,847,900
  Superintendent of Public Instruction           130.00       7,176,300        5,144,300      22,058,600          34,379,200
  Vocational Rehabilitation                      151.00       7,725,000        4,633,400      15,168,300          27,526,700
  Total Education                              5,390.55   1,625,816,200      382,216,800     318,322,900       2,326,355,900
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                   0.00     19,771,700                 0                0         19,771,700
  Health and Welfare, Department of            2,857.66    153,112,900        44,711,300      297,605,200        495,429,400
  Medical Assistance Services                    283.00    309,178,200        97,305,300    1,100,983,600      1,507,467,100
  Independent Living Council, State                8.50        113,800           311,000          948,100          1,372,900
  Public Health Districts                          0.00      9,305,100           268,400                0          9,573,500
  Total Health and Human Services              3,149.16    491,481,700       142,596,000    1,399,536,900      2,033,614,600
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    1,626.80    150,678,400        16,897,000       2,187,200        169,762,600
  Judicial Branch                                271.00     30,183,200        10,364,500       1,534,800         42,082,500
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of            406.25     36,097,600         7,912,000       3,385,000         47,394,600
  Police, Idaho State                            549.07     17,493,900        39,441,300       9,566,800         66,502,000
  Total Public Safety                          2,853.12    234,453,100        74,614,800      16,673,800        325,741,700
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of           382.05        15,660,400     35,161,000      35,920,700         86,742,100
  Fish and Game, Department of                   528.00                 0     42,808,700      33,594,600         76,403,300
  Land, Board of Commissioners                   268.61         4,614,700     43,583,500       6,452,000         54,650,200
  Parks and Recreation, Department of            175.50         6,762,000     29,195,700       4,099,700         40,057,400
  Water Resources, Department of                 165.00        12,373,200      6,845,700       2,938,000         22,156,900
  Total Natural Resources                      1,519.16        39,410,300    157,594,600      83,005,000        280,009,900
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                     221.05        11,258,700     21,200,900       6,717,700         39,177,300
  Commerce, Department of                         56.00         4,598,800      9,327,700      16,370,700         30,297,200
  Finance, Department of                          54.00                 0      5,594,500               0          5,594,500
  Industrial Commission                          141.50                 0     16,162,700       1,203,900         17,366,600
  Insurance, Department of                        75.00                 0      7,121,500         244,400          7,365,900
  Labor, Department of                            14.00           511,100        489,400       2,242,800          3,243,300
  Public Utilities Commission                     49.00                 0      4,963,200          70,200          5,033,400
  Self-Governing Agencies                        731.12         9,665,700     50,573,500      10,888,100         71,127,300
  Transportation Department, Idaho             1,833.50                 0    260,293,400     278,358,800        538,652,200
  Total Economic Development                   3,175.17        26,034,300    375,726,800     316,096,600        717,857,700
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                   158.10       7,519,600        53,879,100               0         61,398,700
 Permanent Building Fund                           0.00               0        27,438,600               0         27,438,600
 Attorney General                                207.15      17,329,000           827,800         959,800         19,116,600
 Controller, State                                98.00       6,462,100         8,154,600               0         14,616,700
 Governor, Office of the                         672.15      17,134,200        56,678,500      83,488,300        157,301,000
 Legislative Branch                               76.00      11,570,000         1,971,200               0         13,541,200
 Lieutenant Governor                               3.00         150,000                 0               0            150,000
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of             419.50      25,669,900         7,021,800               0         32,691,700
 Secretary of State                               30.00       2,048,200         1,500,000               0          3,548,200
 Treasurer, State                                 18.00       1,501,500         1,673,600               0          3,175,100
 Total General Government                      1,681.90      89,384,500       159,145,200      84,448,100        332,977,800
Statewide Total                               17,769.06   2,506,580,100     1,291,894,200   2,218,083,300      6,016,557,600
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                      23                                                Statewide Report
              General Fund Appropriation Comparison by Agency
                                                FY 2009          FY 2010        Amount              Percent
                                               Total App         Approp         Change              Change
1 Education
  Public School Support                       1,333,445,100   1,231,386,600   (102,058,500)            (7.7%)
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      31,314,000      24,989,900     (6,324,100)           (20.2%)
  College and Universities                      266,437,100     253,278,100    (13,159,000)            (4.9%)
  Community Colleges                             27,730,600      26,407,000     (1,323,600)            (4.8%)
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the            7,944,900               0     (7,944,900)          (100.0%)
  Education, Office of the State Board of         4,809,900       2,246,400     (2,563,500)           (53.3%)
  Health Education Programs                       9,567,300       9,939,300        372,000              3.9%
  Historical Society                              3,152,500               0     (3,152,500)          (100.0%)
  Libraries, Commission for                       3,960,400               0     (3,960,400)          (100.0%)
  Professional-Technical Education               52,528,500      51,599,900       (928,600)            (1.8%)
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         3,247,600       1,659,800     (1,587,800)           (48.9%)
  Special Programs                               12,235,500       9,407,900     (2,827,600)           (23.1%)
  Superintendent of Public Instruction            6,935,500       7,176,300        240,800              3.5%
  Vocational Rehabilitation                       7,985,600       7,725,000       (260,600)            (3.3%)
  Total Education                             1,771,294,500   1,625,816,200   (145,478,300)            (8.2%)
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                23,267,700      19,771,700      (3,496,000)           (15.0%)
  Health and Welfare, Department of            173,061,100     153,112,900     (19,948,200)           (11.5%)
  Medical Assistance Services                  330,923,100     309,178,200     (21,744,900)            (6.6%)
  Independent Living Council, State                120,900         113,800          (7,100)            (5.9%)
  Public Health Districts                       10,073,400       9,305,100        (768,300)            (7.6%)
  Total Health and Human Services              537,446,200     491,481,700     (45,964,500)            (8.6%)
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    165,234,000     150,678,400     (14,555,600)            (8.8%)
  Judicial Branch                               29,828,800      30,183,200         354,400              1.2%
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of           37,438,000      36,097,600      (1,340,400)            (3.6%)
  Police, Idaho State                           22,597,000      17,493,900      (5,103,100)           (22.6%)
  Total Public Safety                          255,097,800     234,453,100     (20,644,700)            (8.1%)
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of          18,178,700      15,660,400      (2,518,300)           (13.9%)
  Fish and Game, Department of                           0               0               0
  Land, Board of Commissioners                   5,253,900       4,614,700        (639,200)           (12.2%)
  Parks and Recreation, Department of           16,243,000       6,762,000      (9,481,000)           (58.4%)
  Water Resources, Department of                13,678,000      12,373,200      (1,304,800)            (9.5%)
  Total Natural Resources                       53,353,600      39,410,300     (13,943,300)           (26.1%)
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                    17,966,000      11,258,700      (6,707,300)           (37.3%)
  Commerce, Department of                        8,712,100       4,598,800      (4,113,300)           (47.2%)
  Finance, Department of                                 0               0               0
  Industrial Commission                                  0               0               0
  Insurance, Department of                               0               0               0
  Labor, Department of                             724,200         511,100        (213,100)           (29.4%)
  Public Utilities Commission                            0               0               0
  Self-Governing Agencies                        3,987,600       9,665,700       5,678,100           142.4%
  Transportation Department, Idaho                       0               0               0
  Total Economic Development                    31,389,900      26,034,300      (5,355,600)           (17.1%)
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                    8,161,500       7,519,600       (641,900)            (7.9%)
 Permanent Building Fund                                  0               0              0
 Attorney General                                18,932,400      17,329,000     (1,603,400)            (8.5%)
 Controller, State                                7,312,200       6,462,100       (850,100)           (11.6%)
 Governor, Office of the                         18,856,400      17,134,200     (1,722,200)            (9.1%)
 Legislative Branch                              12,756,500      11,570,000     (1,186,500)            (9.3%)
 Lieutenant Governor                                151,400         150,000         (1,400)            (0.9%)
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of             27,010,600      25,669,900     (1,340,700)            (5.0%)
 Secretary of State                               2,270,500       2,048,200       (222,300)            (9.8%)
 Treasurer, State                                 1,601,100       1,501,500        (99,600)            (6.2%)
 Total General Government                        97,052,600      89,384,500     (7,668,100)            (7.9%)
Statewide Total                               2,745,634,600   2,506,580,100   (239,054,500)            (8.7%)
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report             24                                           Statewide Report
                  All Funds Appropriation Comparison by Agency
                                                FY 2009          FY 2010        Amount              Percent
                                               Total App         Approp         Change              Change
1 Education
  Public School Support                       1,696,000,600   1,710,854,300     14,853,700              0.9%
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      31,388,200      25,039,900     (6,348,300)           (20.2%)
  College and Universities                      447,704,600     409,796,200    (37,908,400)            (8.5%)
  Community Colleges                             28,326,900      28,639,900        313,000              1.1%
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the            8,452,700               0     (8,452,700)          (100.0%)
  Education, Office of the State Board of        13,656,200       4,042,100     (9,614,100)           (70.4%)
  Health Education Programs                      10,633,900      10,557,200        (76,700)            (0.7%)
  Historical Society                              6,106,100               0     (6,106,100)          (100.0%)
  Libraries, Commission for                       5,555,400               0     (5,555,400)          (100.0%)
  Professional-Technical Education               63,631,400      62,040,100     (1,591,300)            (2.5%)
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         4,246,400       2,632,400     (1,614,000)           (38.0%)
  Special Programs                               12,762,700      10,847,900     (1,914,800)           (15.0%)
  Superintendent of Public Instruction           25,413,900      34,379,200      8,965,300             35.3%
  Vocational Rehabilitation                      24,699,200      27,526,700      2,827,500             11.4%
  Total Education                             2,378,578,200   2,326,355,900    (52,222,300)            (2.2%)
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                 23,267,700      19,771,700    (3,496,000)           (15.0%)
  Health and Welfare, Department of             480,493,400     495,429,400    14,936,000              3.1%
  Medical Assistance Services                 1,442,396,000   1,507,467,100    65,071,100              4.5%
  Independent Living Council, State                 522,300       1,372,900       850,600            162.9%
  Public Health Districts                        10,573,400       9,573,500      (999,900)            (9.5%)
  Total Health and Human Services             1,957,252,800   2,033,614,600    76,361,800              3.9%
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    186,595,400     169,762,600     (16,832,800)            (9.0%)
  Judicial Branch                               41,220,900      42,082,500         861,600              2.1%
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of           48,636,100      47,394,600      (1,241,500)            (2.6%)
  Police, Idaho State                           64,139,600      66,502,000       2,362,400              3.7%
  Total Public Safety                          340,592,000     325,741,700     (14,850,300)            (4.4%)
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of          63,049,600      86,742,100      23,692,500             37.6%
  Fish and Game, Department of                  76,372,800      76,403,300          30,500              0.0%
  Land, Board of Commissioners                  47,204,600      54,650,200       7,445,600             15.8%
  Parks and Recreation, Department of           56,752,300      40,057,400     (16,694,900)           (29.4%)
  Water Resources, Department of                23,747,200      22,156,900      (1,590,300)            (6.7%)
  Total Natural Resources                      267,126,500     280,009,900      12,883,400              4.8%
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                    46,269,000      39,177,300      (7,091,700)          (15.3%)
  Commerce, Department of                       34,884,300      30,297,200      (4,587,100)          (13.1%)
  Finance, Department of                         5,500,000       5,594,500          94,500             1.7%
  Industrial Commission                         16,486,800      17,366,600         879,800             5.3%
  Insurance, Department of                       7,688,000       7,365,900        (322,100)           (4.2%)
  Labor, Department of                           1,353,000       3,243,300       1,890,300           139.7%
  Public Utilities Commission                    5,236,800       5,033,400        (203,400)           (3.9%)
  Self-Governing Agencies                       74,399,100      71,127,300      (3,271,800)           (4.4%)
  Transportation Department, Idaho             799,251,200     538,652,200    (260,599,000)          (32.6%)
  Total Economic Development                   991,068,200     717,857,700    (273,210,500)          (27.6%)
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                   63,812,600      61,398,700     (2,413,900)            (3.8%)
 Permanent Building Fund                        206,179,400      27,438,600   (178,740,800)           (86.7%)
 Attorney General                                20,038,600      19,116,600       (922,000)            (4.6%)
 Controller, State                               16,938,400      14,616,700     (2,321,700)           (13.7%)
 Governor, Office of the                        122,506,800     157,301,000     34,794,200             28.4%
 Legislative Branch                              16,332,000      13,541,200     (2,790,800)           (17.1%)
 Lieutenant Governor                                151,400         150,000         (1,400)            (0.9%)
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of             33,767,100      32,691,700     (1,075,400)            (3.2%)
 Secretary of State                               2,270,500       3,548,200      1,277,700             56.3%
 Treasurer, State                                 3,986,300       3,175,100       (811,200)           (20.3%)
 Total General Government                       485,983,100     332,977,800   (153,005,300)           (31.5%)
Statewide Total                               6,420,600,800   6,016,557,600   (404,043,200)            (6.3%)
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report             25                                           Statewide Report
 Ongoing and One-time Original General Funds Appropriation Change
                                               FY 2009        FY 2010       Change In     FY 2009       FY 2010        Change in
                                               Ongoing        Ongoing        Ongoing      One-Time      One-Time        One-time
1 Education
  Public School Support                       1,418,292,700 1,231,386,600       (13.2%)       250,000             0       (100.0%)
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      28,249,200    24,989,900       (11.5%)             0             0          0.0%
  College and Universities                      276,181,100   243,278,100       (11.9%)     8,970,400    10,000,000         11.5%
  Community Colleges                             29,560,000    26,407,000       (10.7%)       106,400             0       (100.0%)
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the            8,396,400             0      (100.0%)       107,300             0       (100.0%)
  Education, Office of the State Board of         5,127,000     2,246,400       (56.2%)             0             0          0.0%
  Health Education Programs                       9,459,900     9,939,300         5.1%              0             0          0.0%
  Historical Society                              2,768,200             0      (100.0%)       579,000             0       (100.0%)
  Libraries, Commission for                       3,919,500             0      (100.0%)       349,800             0       (100.0%)
  Professional-Technical Education               53,852,200    51,599,900        (4.2%)     1,047,200             0       (100.0%)
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         1,833,700     1,659,800        (9.5%)     1,696,600             0       (100.0%)
  Special Programs                               10,273,700     9,407,900        (8.4%)     1,948,900             0       (100.0%)
  Superintendent of Public Instruction            4,712,200     7,096,300        50.6%      2,596,900        80,000        (96.9%)
  Vocational Rehabilitation                       8,495,100     7,725,000        (9.1%)        25,800             0       (100.0%)
  Total Education                             1,861,120,900 1,615,736,200       (13.2%)    17,678,300    10,080,000        (43.0%)
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                20,767,700    15,657,800        (24.6%)             0     4,113,900          0.0%
  Health and Welfare, Department of            165,609,100   151,697,600         (8.4%)    19,176,000     1,415,300        (92.6%)
  Medical Assistance Services                  378,397,600   307,642,200        (18.7%)    24,095,200     1,536,000        (93.6%)
  Independent Living Council, State                129,100       113,800        (11.9%)             0             0          0.0%
  Public Health Districts                       10,799,300     9,305,100        (13.8%)             0             0          0.0%
  Total Health and Human Services              575,702,800   484,416,500        (15.9%)    43,271,200     7,065,200        (83.7%)
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    172,863,200   150,676,100        (12.8%)     3,052,000         2,300        (99.9%)
  Judicial Branch                               31,691,800    30,183,200         (4.8%)       170,700             0       (100.0%)
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of           39,868,400    36,097,600         (9.5%)       160,900             0       (100.0%)
  Police, Idaho State                           19,750,300    17,493,900        (11.4%)     4,779,200             0       (100.0%)
  Total Public Safety                          264,173,700   234,450,800        (11.3%)     8,162,800         2,300       (100.0%)
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of          18,186,300    15,660,400        (13.9%)     1,438,700              0      (100.0%)
  Fish and Game, Department of                           0             0          0.0%              0              0         0.0%
  Land, Board of Commissioners                   5,307,200     4,614,700        (13.0%)       283,600              0      (100.0%)
  Parks and Recreation, Department of            7,858,300     6,762,000        (14.0%)     8,213,700              0      (100.0%)
  Water Resources, Department of                13,484,800    12,373,200         (8.2%)     1,102,700              0      (100.0%)
  Total Natural Resources                       44,836,600    39,410,300        (12.1%)    11,038,700              0      (100.0%)
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                    12,793,600    11,258,700        (12.0%)     4,252,900              0      (100.0%)
  Commerce, Department of                        7,655,000     4,598,800        (39.9%)     1,544,200              0      (100.0%)
  Finance, Department of                                 0             0          0.0%              0              0         0.0%
  Industrial Commission                                  0             0          0.0%              0              0         0.0%
  Insurance, Department of                               0             0          0.0%              0              0         0.0%
  Labor, Department of                             774,400       511,100        (34.0%)             0              0         0.0%
  Public Utilities Commission                            0             0          0.0%              0              0         0.0%
  Self-Governing Agencies                        4,093,500     9,665,700        136.1%        165,300              0      (100.0%)
  Transportation Department, Idaho                       0             0          0.0%              0              0         0.0%
  Total Economic Development                    25,316,500    26,034,300          2.8%      5,962,400              0      (100.0%)
6 General Government
  Administration, Department of                   8,117,400     7,519,600        (7.4%)       658,100             0       (100.0%)
  Permanent Building Fund                                 0             0         0.0%              0             0          0.0%
  Attorney General                               18,889,100    17,289,400        (8.5%)       326,500        39,600        (87.9%)
  Controller, State                               6,853,500     6,416,000        (6.4%)       343,400        46,100        (86.6%)
  Governor, Office of the                        19,889,200    17,134,200       (13.9%)       409,400             0       (100.0%)
  Legislative Branch                             12,271,800    11,570,000        (5.7%)       585,100             0       (100.0%)
  Lieutenant Governor                               162,600       150,000        (7.7%)             0             0          0.0%
  Revenue and Taxation, Department of            28,165,900    25,669,900        (8.9%)       845,600             0       (100.0%)
  Secretary of State                              2,222,300     2,043,200        (8.1%)       569,300         5,000        (99.1%)
  Treasurer, State                                1,710,300     1,501,500       (12.2%)             0             0          0.0%
  Total General Government                       98,282,100    89,293,800        (9.1%)     3,737,400        90,700        (97.6%)
Report Total:                                 2,869,432,600 2,489,341,900       (13.2%)    89,850,800    17,238,200        (80.8%)
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                         26                                                Statewide Report
      Ongoing and One-time Original All Funds Appropriation Change
                                               FY 2009        FY 2010       Change In     FY 2009       FY 2010       Change in
                                               Ongoing        Ongoing        Ongoing      One-Time      One-Time       One-time
1 Education
  Public School Support                       1,693,435,600 1,509,066,100       (10.9%)     2,512,800   201,788,200      7,930.4%
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      28,299,200    25,039,900       (11.5%)             0             0          0.0%
  College and Universities                      411,884,800   398,210,000        (3.3%)    10,964,700    11,586,200          5.7%
  Community Colleges                             30,160,000    28,632,200        (5.1%)       106,400         7,700        (92.8%)
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the            8,739,200             0      (100.0%)       107,300             0       (100.0%)
  Education, Office of the State Board of        13,977,800     3,699,900       (73.5%)             0       342,200          0.0%
  Health Education Programs                      10,034,000    10,550,500         5.1%              0         6,700          0.0%
  Historical Society                              5,110,500             0      (100.0%)       579,000             0       (100.0%)
  Libraries, Commission for                       5,516,100             0      (100.0%)       349,800             0       (100.0%)
  Professional-Technical Education               64,841,800    62,036,000        (4.3%)     1,047,200         4,100        (99.6%)
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         2,842,100     2,612,600        (8.1%)     1,696,600        19,800        (98.8%)
  Special Programs                               10,713,700     9,847,900        (8.1%)     1,948,900     1,000,000        (48.7%)
  Superintendent of Public Instruction           23,149,600    34,145,000        47.5%      2,675,400       234,200        (91.2%)
  Vocational Rehabilitation                      25,044,700    24,147,700        (3.6%)       250,300     3,379,000      1,250.0%
  Total Education                             2,333,749,100 2,107,987,800        (9.7%)    22,238,400   218,368,100        881.9%
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                 20,767,700    15,657,800       (24.6%)             0     4,113,900         0.0%
  Health and Welfare, Department of             455,291,800   447,989,900        (1.6%)    31,074,700    47,439,500        52.7%
  Medical Assistance Services                 1,312,206,000 1,492,208,700        13.7%     95,039,800    15,258,400       (83.9%)
  Independent Living Council, State                 285,500       358,700        25.6%        246,700     1,014,200       311.1%
  Public Health Districts                        10,799,300     9,305,100       (13.8%)       500,000       268,400       (46.3%)
  Total Health and Human Services             1,799,350,300 1,965,520,200         9.2%    126,861,200    68,094,400       (46.3%)
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    191,333,700   168,472,900        (11.9%)     5,446,600     1,289,700       (76.3%)
  Judicial Branch                               42,038,400    41,436,400         (1.4%)     1,220,700       646,100       (47.1%)
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of           51,019,400    47,354,800         (7.2%)       211,900        39,800       (81.2%)
  Police, Idaho State                           60,220,500    63,180,600          4.9%      6,026,700     3,321,400       (44.9%)
  Total Public Safety                          344,612,000   320,444,700         (7.0%)    12,905,900     5,297,000       (59.0%)
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of          61,999,600    58,762,900         (5.2%)     1,568,200    27,979,200      1,684.2%
  Fish and Game, Department of                  72,183,300    71,903,900         (0.4%)     4,453,800     4,499,400          1.0%
  Land, Board of Commissioners                  42,495,200    40,769,300         (4.1%)     1,694,400    13,880,900        719.2%
  Parks and Recreation, Department of           33,566,500    35,390,300          5.4%     12,974,100     4,667,100        (64.0%)
  Water Resources, Department of                23,375,800    22,092,400         (5.5%)     1,223,700        64,500        (94.7%)
  Total Natural Resources                      233,620,400   228,918,800         (2.0%)    21,914,200    51,091,100        133.1%
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                    38,964,500    38,080,900         (2.3%)     4,838,000     1,096,400       (77.3%)
  Commerce, Department of                       32,820,600    29,943,200         (8.8%)     2,560,500       354,000       (86.2%)
  Finance, Department of                         5,280,800     5,396,700          2.2%        245,200       197,800       (19.3%)
  Industrial Commission                         15,829,700    17,039,600          7.6%        227,900       327,000        43.5%
  Insurance, Department of                       7,576,000     7,178,200         (5.3%)       149,000       187,700        26.0%
  Labor, Department of                           1,229,100     3,233,200        163.1%         25,000        10,100       (59.6%)
  Public Utilities Commission                    5,199,800     4,962,200         (4.6%)        61,500        71,200        15.8%
  Self-Governing Agencies                       61,386,700    69,358,500         13.0%     12,408,400     1,768,800       (85.7%)
  Transportation Department, Idaho             471,770,200   507,153,700          7.5%     22,196,700    31,498,500        41.9%
  Total Economic Development                   640,057,400   682,346,200          6.6%     42,712,200    35,511,500       (16.9%)
6 General Government
  Administration, Department of                  58,164,800    57,458,900        (1.2%)       736,000     3,939,800       435.3%
  Permanent Building Fund                                 0             0         0.0%     52,805,900    27,438,600       (48.0%)
  Attorney General                               19,996,300    19,064,100        (4.7%)       326,500        52,500       (83.9%)
  Controller, State                              15,135,900    14,487,000        (4.3%)       808,700       129,700       (84.0%)
  Governor, Office of the                       116,261,500   130,081,600        11.9%      5,497,000    27,219,400       395.2%
  Legislative Branch                             14,104,700    13,336,300        (5.4%)       594,100       204,900       (65.5%)
  Lieutenant Governor                               162,600       150,000        (7.7%)             0             0         0.0%
  Revenue and Taxation, Department of            34,828,400    32,181,100        (7.6%)       978,300       510,600       (47.8%)
  Secretary of State                              2,222,300     2,043,200        (8.1%)       569,300     1,505,000       164.4%
  Treasurer, State                                2,385,800     2,222,900        (6.8%)     1,674,800       952,200       (43.1%)
  Total General Government                      263,262,300   271,025,100         2.9%     63,990,600    61,952,700        (3.2%)
Report Total:                                 5,614,651,500 5,576,242,800        (0.7%)   290,622,500   440,314,800        51.5%
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                         27                                                Statewide Report
                    General Fund Standard Class Summary by Agency
                                              Personnel      Operating    Capital       Trustee/        Lump         Total
                                                Costs       Expenditure   Outlay        Benefits        Sum         Approp
1 Education
  Public School Support                         6,482,600       786,400             0             0 1,224,117,600 1,231,386,600
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service             0             0             0             0    24,989,900    24,989,900
  College and Universities                              0             0             0             0   253,278,100   253,278,100
  Community Colleges                                    0             0             0    26,407,000             0    26,407,000
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the                  0             0             0             0             0             0
  Education, Office of the State Board of               0             0             0             0     2,246,400     2,246,400
  Health Education Programs                     1,809,600     1,610,300             0     6,519,400             0     9,939,300
  Historical Society                                    0             0             0             0             0             0
  Libraries, Commission for                             0             0             0             0             0             0
  Professional-Technical Education              2,014,600       371,300             0    11,889,900    37,324,100    51,599,900
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         956,100       703,700             0             0             0     1,659,800
  Special Programs                              2,134,600       171,600             0     7,101,700             0     9,407,900
  Superintendent of Public Instruction          3,528,500     3,623,200             0        24,600             0     7,176,300
  Vocational Rehabilitation                     1,642,700       340,200             0     5,742,100             0     7,725,000
  Total Education                              18,568,700     7,606,700             0    57,684,700 1,541,956,100 1,625,816,200
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                        0             0           0               0    19,771,700    19,771,700
  Health and Welfare, Department of            74,882,800    22,670,800      20,700      55,538,600             0   153,112,900
  Medical Assistance Services                   6,817,500     9,022,900           0     293,337,800             0   309,178,200
  Independent Living Council, State                     0             0           0               0       113,800       113,800
  Public Health Districts                               0             0           0               0     9,305,100     9,305,100
  Total Health and Human Services              81,700,300    31,693,700      20,700     348,876,400    29,190,600   491,481,700
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    75,248,900    74,660,600     768,900                0            0   150,678,400
  Judicial Branch                                       0             0           0                0   30,183,200    30,183,200
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of                   0             0           0                0   36,097,600    36,097,600
  Police, Idaho State                          13,871,900     3,622,000           0                0            0    17,493,900
  Total Public Safety                          89,120,800    78,282,600     768,900                0   66,280,800   234,453,100
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of         11,575,200     2,855,800             0     1,229,400             0    15,660,400
  Fish and Game, Department of                          0             0             0             0             0             0
  Land, Board of Commissioners                  2,138,200       425,800             0             0     2,050,700     4,614,700
  Parks and Recreation, Department of           5,897,800       864,200             0             0             0     6,762,000
  Water Resources, Department of                7,962,800     3,807,700             0       602,700             0    12,373,200
  Total Natural Resources                      27,574,000     7,953,500             0     1,832,100     2,050,700    39,410,300
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                    5,681,900     2,514,800             0     3,062,000            0     11,258,700
  Commerce, Department of                       2,296,800     1,252,000             0     1,050,000            0      4,598,800
  Finance, Department of                                0             0             0             0            0              0
  Industrial Commission                                 0             0             0             0            0              0
  Insurance, Department of                              0             0             0             0            0              0
  Labor, Department of                            381,400       129,700             0             0            0        511,100
  Public Utilities Commission                           0             0             0             0            0              0
  Self-Governing Agencies                       6,571,100     3,012,600             0        82,000            0      9,665,700
  Transportation Department, Idaho                      0             0             0             0            0              0
  Total Economic Development                   14,931,200     6,909,100             0     4,194,000            0     26,034,300
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                  1,683,900     3,645,700   2,190,000               0             0     7,519,600
 Permanent Building Fund                                0             0           0               0             0             0
 Attorney General                              15,613,700     1,675,700      39,600               0             0    17,329,000
 Controller, State                              3,225,600     3,190,400      46,100               0             0     6,462,100
 Governor, Office of the                        6,246,300     1,833,200           0       5,599,600     3,455,100    17,134,200
 Legislative Branch                                     0             0           0               0    11,570,000    11,570,000
 Lieutenant Governor                                    0             0           0               0       150,000       150,000
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of           19,197,500     6,472,400           0               0             0    25,669,900
 Secretary of State                             1,692,000       356,200           0               0             0     2,048,200
 Treasurer, State                                 961,300       540,200           0               0             0     1,501,500
 Total General Government                      48,620,300    17,713,800   2,275,700       5,599,600    15,175,100    89,384,500
Statewide Total:                              280,515,300   150,159,400   3,065,300     418,186,800 1,654,653,300 2,506,580,100

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                         28                                                Statewide Report
                        All Funds Standard Class Summary by Agency
                                              Personnel      Operating     Capital      Trustee/        Lump         Total
                                                Costs       Expenditure    Outlay       Benefits        Sum         Approp
1 Education
  Public School Support                         6,523,000     1,271,800            0              0 1,703,059,500 1,710,854,300
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service             0             0            0              0    25,039,900    25,039,900
  College and Universities                              0             0            0              0   409,796,200   409,796,200
  Community Colleges                                7,700             0            0     28,632,200             0    28,639,900
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the                  0             0            0              0             0             0
  Education, Office of the State Board of          13,100             0            0              0     4,029,000     4,042,100
  Health Education Programs                     2,134,800     1,797,500        5,500      6,619,400             0    10,557,200
  Historical Society                                    0             0            0              0             0             0
  Libraries, Commission for                             0             0            0              0             0             0
  Professional-Technical Education              2,686,800       762,100            0     20,809,100    37,782,100    62,040,100
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational       1,918,700       713,700            0              0             0     2,632,400
  Special Programs                              2,134,600       171,600            0      8,541,700             0    10,847,900
  Superintendent of Public Instruction          9,038,900    23,081,800       27,000      2,231,500             0    34,379,200
  Vocational Rehabilitation                     8,666,800     1,905,000      897,200     16,057,700             0    27,526,700
  Total Education                              33,124,400    29,703,500      929,700     82,891,600 2,179,706,700 2,326,355,900
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                        0             0            0             0     19,771,700    19,771,700
  Health and Welfare, Department of           167,699,000    87,263,300      643,200   238,823,900      1,000,000   495,429,400
  Medical Assistance Services                  18,700,300    47,455,100            0 1,441,311,700              0 1,507,467,100
  Independent Living Council, State                     0             0            0             0      1,372,900     1,372,900
  Public Health Districts                               0             0            0             0      9,573,500     9,573,500
  Total Health and Human Services             186,399,300   134,718,400      643,200 1,680,135,600     31,718,100 2,033,614,600
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    86,115,800    82,405,900     1,240,900             0             0   169,762,600
  Judicial Branch                                       0             0             0             0    42,082,500    42,082,500
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of                   0             0             0             0    47,394,600    47,394,600
  Police, Idaho State                          41,362,800    14,654,300     1,922,800     8,468,100        94,000    66,502,000
  Total Public Safety                         127,478,600    97,060,200     3,163,700     8,468,100    89,571,100   325,741,700
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of         27,452,000    38,402,100        88,800    20,799,200             0    86,742,100
  Fish and Game, Department of                 44,975,700    27,026,700     3,576,100       824,800             0    76,403,300
  Land, Board of Commissioners                 17,892,900    14,123,900     3,488,200     8,267,100    10,878,100    54,650,200
  Parks and Recreation, Department of          12,987,100     7,879,000     4,260,500    14,865,800        65,000    40,057,400
  Water Resources, Department of               11,250,000    10,304,200             0       602,700             0    22,156,900
  Total Natural Resources                     114,557,700    97,735,900    11,413,600    45,359,600    10,943,100   280,009,900
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                   22,438,700     8,823,300       705,500     5,694,800     1,515,000    39,177,300
  Commerce, Department of                       3,583,800     5,952,100         5,600    20,755,700             0    30,297,200
  Finance, Department of                        3,957,300     1,583,800        53,400             0             0     5,594,500
  Industrial Commission                         8,065,200     2,957,400       164,200     6,179,800             0    17,366,600
  Insurance, Department of                      4,646,100     2,619,400        92,400         8,000             0     7,365,900
  Labor, Department of                            881,200       612,100             0     1,750,000             0     3,243,300
  Public Utilities Commission                   3,605,600     1,427,800             0             0             0     5,033,400
  Self-Governing Agencies                      42,087,000    27,666,100       810,100       564,100             0    71,127,300
  Transportation Department, Idaho            112,915,400    94,671,000   313,991,600    17,074,200             0   538,652,200
  Total Economic Development                  202,180,300   146,313,000   315,822,800    52,026,600     1,515,000   717,857,700
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                  9,567,400    29,539,500    22,291,800             0             0    61,398,700
 Permanent Building Fund                                0             0    27,438,600             0             0    27,438,600
 Attorney General                              16,634,800     2,442,200        39,600             0             0    19,116,600
 Controller, State                              7,341,200     7,229,400        46,100             0             0    14,616,700
 Governor, Office of the                       48,039,500    39,186,200       685,600    65,439,700     3,950,000   157,301,000
 Legislative Branch                                     0             0             0             0    13,541,200    13,541,200
 Lieutenant Governor                                    0             0             0             0       150,000       150,000
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of           23,758,700     8,502,700       430,300             0             0    32,691,700
 Secretary of State                             1,692,000       356,200             0     1,500,000             0     3,548,200
 Treasurer, State                               1,441,300       860,500        25,200       848,100             0     3,175,100
 Total General Government                     108,474,900    88,116,700    50,957,200    67,787,800    17,641,200   332,977,800
Statewide Total:                              772,215,200   593,647,700   382,930,200 1,936,669,300 2,331,095,200 6,016,557,600

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                         29                                                Statewide Report
                         General Fund Three-Year Summary by Agency
                                                FY 2008       FY 2008       FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2010       FY 2010
                                               Total App       Actual      Total App      Request      Gov's Rec      Approp
1 Education
  Public School Support                       1,367,363,800 1,367,363,800 1,333,445,100 1,495,812,100 1,342,758,300 1,231,386,600
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      27,665,700    22,719,600    31,314,000    30,162,700    26,200,200    24,989,900
  College and Universities                      264,227,700   264,210,400   266,437,100   315,925,100   257,077,300   253,278,100
  Community Colleges                             23,587,700    28,587,700    27,730,600    33,688,500    27,558,000    26,407,000
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the            8,105,300     8,005,600     7,944,900     9,055,700     7,627,400             0
  Education, Office of the State Board of        10,820,700     5,675,200     4,809,900     6,552,800     2,374,600     2,246,400
  Health Education Programs                       9,240,100     9,123,200     9,567,300    10,793,900    10,408,300     9,939,300
  Historical Society                              2,972,200     2,842,700     3,152,500     3,804,300     2,547,600             0
  Libraries, Commission for                       2,879,800     2,879,800     3,960,400     4,858,900     3,557,000             0
  Professional-Technical Education               51,782,200    51,553,500    52,528,500    58,822,100    51,606,000    51,599,900
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         3,279,900     3,279,900     3,247,600     3,351,700     1,715,600     1,659,800
  Special Programs                               12,095,800    11,448,100    12,235,500    22,252,100    10,525,500     9,407,900
  Superintendent of Public Instruction            5,621,500     5,573,300     6,935,500     7,476,300     7,264,700     7,176,300
  Vocational Rehabilitation                       8,353,000     8,295,000     7,985,600     9,330,800     7,831,200     7,725,000
  Total Education                             1,797,995,400 1,791,557,800 1,771,294,500 2,011,887,000 1,759,051,700 1,625,816,200
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                20,768,400    20,768,400    23,267,700    25,437,500    14,571,700     19,771,700
  Health and Welfare, Department of            176,545,700   167,661,600   173,061,100   180,398,600   158,013,100    153,112,900
  Medical Assistance Services                  370,334,500   368,320,000   330,923,100   460,827,800   385,196,600    309,178,200
  Independent Living Council, State                123,100       123,100       120,900       150,600       117,900        113,800
  Public Health Districts                       10,270,900    10,270,900    10,073,400    12,165,600     9,758,700      9,305,100
  Total Health and Human Services              578,042,600   567,144,000   537,446,200   678,980,100   567,658,000    491,481,700
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    169,624,500   168,123,500   165,234,000   180,689,700   155,436,300    150,678,400
  Judicial Branch                               30,184,300    30,183,800    29,828,800    33,138,000    31,698,200     30,183,200
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of           37,848,600    37,515,100    37,438,000    42,205,700    38,369,900     36,097,600
  Police, Idaho State                           21,853,900    22,007,800    22,597,000    27,541,600    22,513,800     17,493,900
  Total Public Safety                          259,511,300   257,830,200   255,097,800   283,575,000   248,018,200    234,453,100
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of          17,402,600    17,402,600    18,178,700    19,173,700     16,461,000    15,660,400
  Fish and Game, Department of                           0             0             0             0              0             0
  Land, Board of Commissioners                   5,634,500     5,657,000     5,253,900     6,500,900      4,796,300     4,614,700
  Parks and Recreation, Department of           17,733,000    12,457,100    16,243,000    15,179,300      7,098,800     6,762,000
  Water Resources, Department of                15,124,800    14,810,900    13,678,000    16,631,600     12,851,700    12,373,200
  Total Natural Resources                       55,894,900    50,327,600    53,353,600    57,485,500     41,207,800    39,410,300
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                    20,594,100    16,407,900    17,966,000    14,393,800     11,721,900    11,258,700
  Commerce, Department of                        9,406,800     9,406,200     8,712,100     9,873,500      5,443,300     4,598,800
  Finance, Department of                                 0             0             0             0              0             0
  Industrial Commission                                  0             0             0             0              0             0
  Insurance, Department of                               0             0             0             0              0             0
  Labor, Department of                             753,800       666,200       724,200       794,800        532,500       511,100
  Public Utilities Commission                            0             0             0             0              0             0
  Self-Governing Agencies                        3,941,200     3,751,800     3,987,600     6,096,100      4,304,800     9,665,700
  Transportation Department, Idaho                       0             0             0             0              0             0
  Total Economic Development                    34,695,900    30,232,100    31,389,900    31,158,200     22,002,500    26,034,300
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                    9,264,200     8,501,900     8,161,500    51,604,100    13,184,300     7,519,600
 Permanent Building Fund                                  0             0             0             0             0             0
 Attorney General                                19,120,800    17,605,300    18,932,400    21,893,400    18,775,900    17,329,000
 Controller, State                                7,812,500     7,207,500     7,312,200     7,929,700     6,708,100     6,462,100
 Governor, Office of the                         26,632,500    25,270,100    18,856,400    32,020,500    22,898,700    17,134,200
 Legislative Branch                              12,781,500    11,982,000    12,756,500    12,637,100    12,442,800    11,570,000
 Lieutenant Governor                                154,500       101,000       151,400       168,100       155,900       150,000
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of             28,049,200    28,040,700    27,010,600    33,861,900    26,525,600    25,669,900
 Secretary of State                               2,469,200     2,383,100     2,270,500     2,462,300     2,157,200     2,048,200
 Treasurer, State                                 1,695,400     1,693,600     1,601,100     1,709,200     1,556,900     1,501,500
 Total General Government                       107,979,800   102,785,200    97,052,600   164,286,300   104,405,400    89,384,500
Statewide Total:                              2,834,119,900 2,799,876,900 2,745,634,600 3,227,372,100 2,742,343,600 2,506,580,100

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                          30                                                 Statewide Report
                             All Funds Three-Year Summary by Agency
                                                FY 2008       FY 2008        FY 2009      FY 2010       FY 2010       FY 2010
                                               Total App       Actual       Total App     Request      Gov's Rec      Approp
1 Education
  Public School Support                       1,648,198,400 1,622,330,900 1,696,000,600 1,774,638,000 1,638,084,200 1,710,854,300
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      35,716,400    30,746,100    31,388,200    30,212,700    26,250,200    25,039,900
  College and Universities                      442,937,600   399,263,700   447,704,600   459,212,900   404,448,000   409,796,200
  Community Colleges                             23,887,700    28,887,700    28,326,900    34,288,500    28,158,000    28,639,900
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the            8,431,400     8,325,200     8,452,700     9,471,100     8,042,200             0
  Education, Office of the State Board of        19,882,700    12,502,600    13,656,200    15,733,700     4,180,200     4,042,100
  Health Education Programs                      10,459,300     9,874,800    10,633,900    11,443,300    11,036,300    10,557,200
  Historical Society                              5,582,100     4,576,000     6,106,100     6,274,400     4,887,300             0
  Libraries, Commission for                       4,465,900     5,425,700     5,555,400     6,463,400     5,152,900             0
  Professional-Technical Education               60,614,400    60,015,300    63,631,400    69,507,900    62,080,900    62,040,100
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         4,229,100     4,229,100     4,246,400     4,401,900     2,721,000     2,632,400
  Special Programs                               12,535,800    11,800,900    12,762,700    22,692,100    10,965,500    10,847,900
  Superintendent of Public Instruction           26,308,400    16,644,300    25,413,900    26,117,700    33,072,300    34,379,200
  Vocational Rehabilitation                      24,675,300    23,220,400    24,699,200    26,714,000    24,882,300    27,526,700
  Total Education                             2,327,924,500 2,237,842,700 2,378,578,200 2,497,171,600 2,263,961,300 2,326,355,900
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                 20,768,400    25,423,700    23,267,700    25,437,500    14,571,700    19,771,700
  Health and Welfare, Department of             474,008,700   445,463,300   480,493,400   484,379,200   453,470,400   495,429,400
  Medical Assistance Services                 1,288,732,900 1,301,346,200 1,442,396,000 1,625,596,500 1,399,057,500 1,507,467,100
  Independent Living Council, State                 507,400       470,300       522,300     1,327,700     1,286,600     1,372,900
  Public Health Districts                        10,770,900    10,764,400    10,573,400    12,165,600     9,758,700     9,573,500
  Total Health and Human Services             1,794,788,300 1,783,467,900 1,957,252,800 2,148,906,500 1,878,144,900 2,033,614,600
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    189,394,400   185,626,300   186,595,400   202,313,300   175,142,100   169,762,600
  Judicial Branch                               40,352,500    38,955,700    41,220,900    43,741,200    42,216,000    42,082,500
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of           48,876,400    46,913,700    48,636,100    53,148,400    49,294,000    47,394,600
  Police, Idaho State                           60,709,200    57,327,700    64,139,600    70,533,300    63,180,300    66,502,000
  Total Public Safety                          339,332,500   328,823,400   340,592,000   369,736,200   329,832,400   325,741,700
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of          60,910,800    57,095,700    63,049,600    64,202,100    60,411,200    86,742,100
  Fish and Game, Department of                  77,503,400    75,772,900    76,372,800    82,014,700    76,699,600    76,403,300
  Land, Board of Commissioners                  40,370,700    39,008,700    47,204,600    48,804,200    46,282,000    54,650,200
  Parks and Recreation, Department of           76,447,700    45,458,000    56,752,300    60,785,800    38,772,300    40,057,400
  Water Resources, Department of                26,835,500    20,144,800    23,747,200    26,638,800    22,738,000    22,156,900
  Total Natural Resources                      282,068,100   237,480,100   267,126,500   282,445,600   244,903,100   280,009,900
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                    46,899,100    35,333,200    46,269,000    41,888,200    38,840,700    39,177,300
  Commerce, Department of                       56,429,000    26,827,100    34,884,300    35,982,000    30,984,800    30,297,200
  Finance, Department of                         5,139,800     5,098,800     5,500,000     5,918,200     5,627,200     5,594,500
  Industrial Commission                         14,900,800    13,524,500    16,486,800    18,052,500    17,647,200    17,366,600
  Insurance, Department of                       7,319,600     6,954,200     7,688,000     7,804,000     7,529,500     7,365,900
  Labor, Department of                           5,071,400     4,756,000     1,353,000     8,778,800    10,908,200     3,243,300
  Public Utilities Commission                    4,944,400     4,609,400     5,236,800     5,323,500     5,181,000     5,033,400
  Self-Governing Agencies                       72,936,800    54,646,900    74,399,100    77,886,500    73,769,800    71,127,300
  Transportation Department, Idaho             590,926,500   493,245,700   799,251,200   509,509,900   511,666,100   538,652,200
  Total Economic Development                   804,567,400   644,995,800   991,068,200   711,143,600   702,154,500   717,857,700
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                   66,461,200    53,780,200    63,812,600   103,105,200    99,352,300    61,398,700
 Permanent Building Fund                        197,351,200    42,090,100   206,179,400    36,782,000    36,782,000    27,438,600
 Attorney General                                19,987,200    18,419,300    20,038,600    23,112,500    19,977,100    19,116,600
 Controller, State                               16,250,600    14,818,700    16,938,400    16,437,300    15,032,300    14,616,700
 Governor, Office of the                        133,696,800   110,842,100   122,506,800   163,857,500   140,410,700   157,301,000
 Legislative Branch                              17,855,800    15,184,600    16,332,000    14,526,100    14,283,400    13,541,200
 Lieutenant Governor                                154,500       101,000       151,400       168,100       155,900       150,000
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of             34,702,900    34,627,200    33,767,100    41,544,600    33,804,000    32,691,700
 Secretary of State                               2,469,200     2,383,100     2,270,500     2,462,300     2,157,200     3,548,200
 Treasurer, State                                 2,712,700     2,672,400     3,986,300     9,527,800     7,359,000     3,175,100
 Total General Government                       491,642,100   294,918,700   485,983,100   411,523,400   369,313,900   332,977,800
Statewide Total:                              6,040,322,900 5,527,528,600 6,420,600,800 6,420,926,900 5,788,310,100 6,016,557,600

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                          31                                                 Statewide Report
                                     FTP All Funds Summary by Agency
                                              FY 2008      FY 2009        FY 2010       FY 2010     FY 2010 Change From
                                               Actual     Total App       Request      Gov's Rec    Approp    FY 2009
1 Education
  Public School Support                            0.00            0.00         0.00         0.00       93.74        93.74
  Agricultural Research & Extension Service      373.01          372.99       382.05       373.05      373.05         0.06
  College and Universities                     3,854.83        3,926.38     4,080.86     3,997.82    3,981.55        55.17
  Community Colleges                               0.00            0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00         0.00
  Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the           119.52           93.74        93.74        93.74        0.00       (93.74)
  Education, Office of the State Board of         27.00           28.00        30.00        22.50       23.50        (4.50)
  Health Education Programs                       20.39           20.39        24.04        23.04       21.04         0.65
  Historical Society                              49.02           49.02        51.02        49.02        0.00       (49.02)
  Libraries, Commission for                       40.50           45.50        46.50        45.50        0.00       (45.50)
  Professional-Technical Education               550.60          547.10       565.90       549.27      549.27         2.17
  Public Broadcasting System, Educational         33.00           33.00        36.00        33.00       33.00         0.00
  Special Programs                                48.92           34.40        43.20        34.40       34.40         0.00
  Superintendent of Public Instruction           129.00          125.00       124.00       132.00      130.00         5.00
  Vocational Rehabilitation                      150.00          151.00       151.00       151.00      151.00         0.00
  Total Education                              5,395.79        5,426.52     5,628.31     5,504.34    5,390.55       (35.97)
2 Health and Human Services
  Medically Indigent Health Care                   0.00            0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00         0.00
  Health and Welfare, Department of            2,842.66        2,856.66     2,838.66     2,838.66    2,857.66         1.00
  Medical Assistance Services                    276.00          290.00       287.00       287.00      283.00        (7.00)
  Independent Living Council, State                4.50            4.50         8.50         8.50        8.50         4.00
  Public Health Districts                          0.00            0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00         0.00
  Total Health and Human Services              3,123.16        3,151.16     3,134.16     3,134.16    3,149.16        (2.00)
3 Public Safety
  Correction, Department of                    1,607.40        1,626.80     1,658.80     1,622.80    1,626.80         0.00
  Judicial Branch                                261.00          269.00       271.00       271.00      271.00         2.00
  Juvenile Corrections, Department of            361.75          406.25       406.25       406.25      406.25         0.00
  Police, Idaho State                            545.07          545.07       551.07       549.07      549.07         4.00
  Total Public Safety                          2,775.22        2,847.12     2,887.12     2,849.12    2,853.12         6.00
4 Natural Resources
  Environmental Quality, Department of           378.55          380.55       383.22       382.05      382.05         1.50
  Fish and Game, Department of                   528.00          528.00       528.00       528.00      528.00         0.00
  Land, Board of Commissioners                   268.61          268.61       268.61       268.61      268.61         0.00
  Parks and Recreation, Department of            171.25          173.25       178.00       175.50      175.50         2.25
  Water Resources, Department of                 189.00          167.00       171.00       156.00      165.00        (2.00)
  Total Natural Resources                      1,535.41        1,517.41     1,528.83     1,510.16    1,519.16         1.75
5 Economic Development
  Agriculture, Department of                     231.60          226.60       226.05       221.05      221.05        (5.55)
  Commerce, Department of                         57.00           56.00        56.00        56.00       56.00         0.00
  Finance, Department of                          52.00           52.00        54.00        54.00       54.00         2.00
  Industrial Commission                          139.50          141.50       141.50       141.50      141.50         0.00
  Insurance, Department of                        73.00           75.00        75.00        75.00       75.00         0.00
  Labor, Department of                             9.00           11.66        11.00        14.00       14.00         2.34
  Public Utilities Commission                     49.00           49.00        49.00        49.00       49.00         0.00
  Self-Governing Agencies                        632.80          632.35       641.10       637.60      731.12        98.77
  Transportation Department, Idaho             1,833.50        1,833.50     1,833.50     1,833.50    1,833.50         0.00
  Total Economic Development                   3,077.40        3,077.61     3,087.15     3,081.65    3,175.17        97.56
6 General Government
 Administration, Department of                   155.10       156.10          157.10       158.10      158.10         2.00
 Permanent Building Fund                           0.00         0.00            0.00         0.00        0.00         0.00
 Attorney General                                201.15       205.15          226.15       214.15      207.15         2.00
 Controller, State                                99.00        98.00           98.00        98.00       98.00         0.00
 Governor, Office of the                         665.01       673.01          698.51       675.51      672.15        (0.86)
 Legislative Branch                               76.00        76.00           76.00        76.00       76.00         0.00
 Lieutenant Governor                               3.00         3.00            3.00         3.00        3.00         0.00
 Revenue and Taxation, Department of             418.50       419.50          452.50       424.50      419.50         0.00
 Secretary of State                               31.00        31.00           30.00        30.00       30.00        (1.00)
 Treasurer, State                                 18.00        18.00           18.00        21.00       18.00         0.00
 Total General Government                      1,666.76     1,679.76        1,759.26     1,700.26    1,681.90         2.14
Statewide Total:                              17,573.74    17,699.58       18,024.83    17,779.69   17,769.06        69.48

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                      32                                               Statewide Report
                            Change in Employee Compensation (CEC)
                                       Legislative History
                                                   FY 2001 to FY 2010
Idaho Code §67-5309C(1) requires the Division of Human Resources to conduct salary and benefit surveys within relevant
labor markets and submit a recommendation to the Governor of proposed salary changes and their estimated costs. The
Governor must submit his own recommendations to the Legislature prior to the seventh legislative day. By concurrent
resolution, the Legislature may accept, modify or reject the recommendations. Failure by the Legislature to act prior to
adjournment shall constitute approval of the Governor's recommendations.
                         FY 2010                                 costs for the remaining 16 pay periods in FY2007 and $5
The 2009 Legislature took no action, thereby adopting the        million in targeted pay increases for specific job classes.
Governor’s recommendation by default, which resulted in          The Legislature also adopted S1363 -- a comprehensive
no increase in funding for employee compensation. This           re-write of the state employee compensation laws.
however was not sufficient to balance the budget as                                         FY 2006
revenues fell sharply below projections for FY 2009.                 H395 was adopted by the Legislature which would
Ultimately, the Legislature reduced ongoing funding for              provide a one-time 1% CEC contingent upon a prescribed
personnel costs by 5%. S1227 however, added 2% one-                  balance in the General Fund at the end of fiscal year
time back to agencies with dedicated and federal                     2005. The Legislature also adopted HCR 22 which
appropriations in personnel costs, and appropriated the              created an interim committee to study state employee
equivalent of 2% ($7.032 million) one-time personnel costs           compensation and benefits.
from the Budget Stabilization Fund to the Governor to be                                    FY 2005
used at his discretion for agencies receiving General Fund           HCR 47 was adopted by the 2004 Legislature, which
moneys. Agencies must apply directly to the Governor in              provided a permanent 2% merit based salary increase.
order to have this 2% restored one-time. Consideration               An additional one-time 1% salary increase was triggered
will be given only if services will be dramatically impacted         by revenues exceeding the Governor's FY 2004 revenue
by the 5% reduction. The Legislature funded $8,440 per               estimate (H805). The resolution also provided agencies
eligible employee for health insurance premiums. While               guidance on the use of one-time and ongoing salary
premiums were projected to need a $900 increase per                  savings to address salary increases.
eligible employee, increases will be funded from reserves
                                                                                            FY 2004
in the Group Insurance Fund.            Additionally, funding
provided to agencies for employees eligible to join the              The 2003 Legislature took no action, thereby once again
group plan but have declined coverage will be swept into             adopting the Governor’s recommendation by default,
the Group Insurance Fund.                                            which was no increase in funding for employee
                         FY 2009                                     compensation, but to allow compensation increases with
                                                                     agency salary savings wherever possible.
HCR 49 was adopted by the 2008 Legislature and
                                                                                            FY 2003
included a 3% pay increase. The 3% funding distribution
method included in HCR 49 required state agencies to                 The 2002 Legislature took no action, thereby adopting the
distribute the funds as follows: The first 1% must be                Governor’s Recommendation by default. It provided no
allocated towards all employees that meet performance                increase in funding for employee compensation, but
standards, second state agencies must review and                     allowed employee compensation increases to be made
distribute any needed funds towards high turnover                    from agency salary savings.
positions that are below midpoint or 90% of compa-ratio,                                    FY 2002
and finally all remaining funds must be distributed based            Because the 2001 Legislature did not adopt a CEC
on merit using the merit matrix required by Idaho Code.              resolution, the Governor’s Recommendation was
                         FY 2008                                     approved by default. It provided a 4.5% increase for all
The 2007 Legislature adopted the CEC committee’s                     state agencies -- 3.5% to be used for performance related
recommendation to fund a 5% pay increase as                          increases plus 1% to address agency specific
recommended by the Governor.             The 5% funding              compensation issues (2% for higher education faculty).
distribution method included by the CEC committee                    CEC was budgeted at $20.2 in General Fund money and
required state agencies to distribute the funds as follows:          $37.4 million in all funds.
first allocate moneys towards high turnover positions that                                  FY 2001
were also below midpoint; second target funding towards              The Legislature adopted HCR 35, which was the
classified positions below 90% of the compa-ratio, and               employee compensation resolution adopted by the Joint
finally distribute the remaining funds based on merit using          Legislative CEC Compensation Committee. HCR 35
the merit matrix required by Idaho Code. Finally, the                ratified the framework of the Governor’s recommendation,
recommendation          required   the    Department     of          which included a 5% move in the payline structure, and a
Administration to create a third health insurance plan               3.5% CEC, distributed based on merit. HCR 35 also
option.     Ultimately, this third option created a high             included language encouraging agency directors to make
deductible plan for state employees.                                 special efforts for low-wage employees who are
                         FY 2007                                     performing satisfactorily in their positions. CEC was
S1263 provided an early ongoing 3% CEC beginning in                  budgeted at $14.6 million General Fund and $28.5 million
February 2006 for 10 pay periods. H844 funded the CEC                total.



2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                            33                                           Statewide Report
                        Twenty-Two Year History of General Fund
                                Original Appropriations: FY 1989 to FY 2010
                                                       Millions of Dollars
  Fiscal      Public       College &       All Other        Total         Health &      Adult & Juv     All Other           Total
   Year      Schools      Universities     Education      Education       Welfare*      Corrections     Agencies          Gen Fund

  2010       $1,231.4        $253.3          $141.2        $1,625.8        $462.3          $186.8         $231.7          $2,506.6
  2009       $1,418.5        $285.2          $175.1        $1,878.8        $587.3          $215.9         $277.3          $2,959.3
  2008       $1,367.4        $264.2          $166.2        $1,797.7        $544.8          $201.2         $276.9          $2,820.7
 2007**      $1,291.6        $243.7          $148.4        $1,683.7        $502.4          $178.0         $229.7          $2,593.7
  2006        $987.1         $228.9          $141.8        $1,357.9        $457.7          $152.2         $213.2          $2,180.9
  2005        $964.7         $223.4          $138.3        $1,326.3        $407.6          $142.8         $205.5          $2,082.1
  2004        $943.0         $218.0          $131.3        $1,292.3        $375.8          $140.6         $195.3          $2,004.1
  2003        $920.0         $213.6          $130.4        $1,264.0        $359.6          $145.0         $199.3          $1,967.9
  2002        $933.0         $236.4          $142.1        $1,311.5        $358.0          $147.3         $227.5          $2,044.3
  2001        $873.5         $215.0          $121.1        $1,209.5        $282.1          $123.2         $189.2          $1,804.0
  2000        $821.1         $202.0          $110.4        $1,133.4        $270.7          $108.5         $162.1          $1,674.7
  1999        $796.4         $192.9          $103.5        $1,092.8        $252.7          $106.4         $159.0          $1,610.8
  1998        $705.0         $178.6           $94.4         $978.0         $236.6           $90.3         $134.0          $1,438.9
  1997        $689.5         $178.0           $94.4         $961.9         $238.5           $78.6         $133.7          $1,412.7
  1996        $664.0         $171.0           $88.8         $923.8         $224.3           $73.5         $127.3          $1,348.8
  1995        $620.5         $164.5           $87.8         $872.8         $226.9           $50.3         $114.2          $1,264.2
  1994        $528.0         $146.0           $75.7         $749.7         $192.5           $44.2          $98.1          $1,084.6
  1993        $497.0         $139.0           $73.1         $709.1         $163.9           $37.5          $96.6          $1,007.1
  1992        $487.5         $141.4           $74.0         $703.0         $146.9           $37.5         $100.0           $987.4
  1991        $450.1         $133.3           $67.9         $651.3         $132.7           $32.3          $93.3           $909.5
  1990        $394.3         $115.5           $58.3         $568.0         $101.1           $25.1          $79.4           $773.7
  1989        $356.0         $106.0           $52.3         $514.3          $84.0           $19.3          $68.2           $685.8


                                                      Percentage of Total
  Fiscal      Public       College &       All Other        Total         Health &      Adult & Juv     All Other
   Year      Schools      Universities     Education      Education       Welfare*      Corrections     Agencies           Total
  2010        49.1%           10.1%           5.6%          64.9%           18.4%           7.5%           9.2%            100%
  2009        47.9%            9.6%           5.9%          63.5%           19.8%           7.3%           9.4%            100%
  2008        48.5%            9.4%           5.9%          63.7%           19.3%           7.1%           9.8%            100%
 2007**       49.8%            9.4%           5.7%          64.9%           19.4%           6.9%           8.9%            100%
  2006        45.3%           10.5%           6.5%          62.3%           21.0%           7.0%           9.8%            100%
  2005        46.3%           10.7%           6.6%          63.7%           19.6%           6.9%           9.9%            100%
  2004        47.1%           10.9%           6.6%          64.5%           18.8%           7.0%           9.7%            100%
  2003        46.8%           10.9%           6.6%          64.2%           18.3%           7.4%          10.1%            100%
  2002        45.6%           11.6%           7.0%          64.2%           17.5%           7.2%          11.1%            100%
  2001        48.4%           11.9%           6.7%          67.0%           15.6%           6.8%          10.5%            100%
  2000        49.0%           12.1%           6.6%          67.7%           16.2%           6.5%           9.7%            100%
  1999        49.4%           12.0%           6.4%          67.8%           15.7%           6.6%           9.9%            100%
  1998        49.0%           12.4%           6.6%          68.0%           16.4%           6.3%           9.3%            100%
  1997        48.8%           12.6%           6.7%          68.1%           16.9%           5.6%           9.5%            100%
  1996        49.2%           12.7%           6.6%          68.5%           16.6%           5.4%           9.4%            100%
  1995        49.1%           13.0%           6.9%          69.0%           17.9%           4.0%           9.0%            100%
  1994        48.7%           13.5%           7.0%          69.1%           17.8%           4.1%           9.0%            100%
  1993        49.3%           13.8%           7.3%          70.4%           16.3%           3.7%           9.6%            100%
  1992        49.4%           14.3%           7.5%          71.2%           14.9%           3.8%          10.1%            100%
  1991        49.5%           14.7%           7.5%          71.6%           14.6%           3.5%          10.3%            100%
  1990        51.0%           14.9%           7.5%          73.4%           13.1%           3.2%          10.3%            100%
  1989        51.9%           15.5%           7.6%          75.0%           12.3%           2.8%           9.9%            100%
           * Juvenile Corrections moved from Health and Welfare to "Adult & Juv Corrections" in FY 1996 and the
           Department of Environmental Quality and Veterans Services moved to "All Other Agencies" in FY 2001.
           ** 2007 adjusted for H1 of 2006 Special Session which increased public schools General Fund by $250,645,700.

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                        Twenty-Two Year History of General Fund
              Change from Previous Original Appropriations: FY 1989 to FY 2010
                                                       Millions of Dollars
  Fiscal      Public       College &       All Other        Total         Health &      Adult & Juv     All Other           Total
   Year      Schools      Universities     Education      Education       Welfare*      Corrections     Agencies          Gen Fund

  2010       ($187.2)        ($31.9)         ($34.0)       ($253.0)        ($125.0)        ($29.2)        ($45.6)         ($452.7)
  2009         $51.2          $20.9            $8.9          $81.1          $42.4           $14.8            $.4           $138.6
  2008         $75.8          $20.5           $17.8         $114.1          $42.5           $23.2          $47.2           $227.0
 2007**       $304.5          $14.8            $6.5         $325.8          $44.7           $25.8          $16.5           $412.8
  2006         $22.4           $5.6            $3.6          $31.5          $50.1            $9.4           $7.7            $98.8
  2005         $21.7           $5.4            $6.9          $34.0          $31.7            $2.1          $10.2            $78.1
  2004         $23.0           $4.4             $.9          $28.4          $16.2           ($4.4)         ($4.0)           $36.2
  2003        ($13.0)        ($22.9)         ($11.7)        ($47.5)          $1.6           ($2.2)        ($28.2)          ($76.4)
  2002         $59.5          $21.5           $21.0         $102.0          $75.9           $24.1          $38.3           $240.3
  2001         $52.4          $13.0           $10.7          $76.1          $11.4           $14.7          $27.1           $129.3
  2000         $24.7           $9.0            $6.8          $40.6          $18.1            $2.1           $3.2            $63.9
  1999         $91.4          $14.3            $9.1         $114.8          $16.1           $16.1          $25.0           $171.9
  1998         $15.5            $.6             $.1          $16.1          ($1.9)          $11.7            $.3            $26.3
  1997         $25.5           $7.1            $5.5          $38.1          $14.2            $5.2           $6.4            $63.9
  1996         $43.5           $6.5            $1.0          $51.0          ($2.7)          $23.2          $13.1            $84.6
  1995         $92.5          $18.4           $12.1         $123.1          $34.4            $6.1          $16.1           $179.6
  1994         $31.0           $7.0            $2.6          $40.6          $28.6            $6.7           $1.5            $77.4
  1993          $9.5          ($2.4)          ($.9)           $6.1          $17.0            ($.0)         ($3.4)           $19.7
  1992         $37.5           $8.2            $6.1          $51.8          $14.2            $5.2           $6.7            $77.9
  1991         $55.8          $17.8            $9.6          $83.2          $31.6            $7.1          $14.0           $135.9
  1990         $38.3           $9.5            $6.0          $53.8          $17.1            $5.8          $11.2            $87.9
  1989         $13.0           $4.3            $2.1          $19.4           $4.7            $2.4           $1.9            $28.4


                            Percent Change from Previous Original Appropriations
  Fiscal      Public       College &       All Other        Total         Health &      Adult & Juv     All Other
   Year      Schools      Universities     Education      Education       Welfare*      Corrections     Agencies           Total
  2010        (13.2%)        (11.2%)        (19.4%)         (13.5%)        (21.3%)        (13.5%)         (16.4%)         (15.3%)
  2009          3.7%           7.9%           5.4%            4.5%           7.8%           7.3%            0.1%            4.9%
  2008          5.9%           8.4%          12.0%            6.8%           8.5%          13.0%           20.6%            8.8%
 2007**        30.8%           6.5%           4.6%           24.0%           9.8%          17.0%            7.7%           18.9%
  2006          2.3%           2.5%           2.6%            2.4%          12.3%           6.6%            3.8%            4.7%
  2005          2.3%           2.5%           5.3%            2.6%           8.4%           1.5%            5.2%            3.9%
  2004          2.5%           2.1%           0.7%            2.2%           4.5%          (3.0%)          (2.0%)           1.8%
  2003         (1.4%)         (9.7%)         (8.2%)          (3.6%)          0.5%          (1.5%)         (12.4%)          (3.7%)
  2002          6.8%          10.0%          17.4%            8.4%          26.9%          19.5%           20.2%           13.3%
  2001          6.4%           6.4%           9.7%            6.7%           4.2%          13.6%           16.7%            7.7%
  2000          3.1%           4.7%           6.6%            3.7%           7.1%           2.0%            2.0%            4.0%
  1999         13.0%           8.0%           9.7%           11.7%           6.8%          17.8%           18.7%           11.9%
  1998          2.3%           0.3%           0.1%            1.7%          (0.8%)         14.9%            0.2%            1.9%
  1997          3.8%           4.2%           6.2%            4.1%           6.3%           7.0%            5.0%            4.7%
  1996          7.0%           3.9%           1.1%            5.8%          (1.2%)         46.1%           11.4%            6.7%
  1995         17.5%          12.6%          16.0%           16.4%          17.9%          13.7%           16.4%           16.6%
  1994          6.2%           5.0%           3.5%            5.7%          17.5%          17.9%            1.5%            7.7%
  1993          1.9%          (1.7%)         (1.2%)           0.9%          11.6%          (0.0%)          (3.4%)           2.0%
  1992          8.3%           6.1%           9.0%            7.9%          10.7%          16.1%            7.1%            8.6%
  1991         14.2%          15.4%          16.5%           14.6%          31.2%          28.4%           17.6%           17.6%
  1990         10.7%           9.0%          11.6%           10.5%          20.4%          30.0%           16.4%           12.8%
  1989          3.8%           4.3%           4.1%            3.9%           6.0%          13.9%            2.9%            4.3%
           * Juvenile Corrections moved from Health and Welfare to "Adult & Juv Corrections" in FY 1996 and the
           Department of Environmental Quality and Veterans Services moved to "All Other Agencies" in FY 2001.
           ** 2007 adjusted for H1 of 2006 Special Session which increased public schools General Fund by $250,645,700.

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                             35                                                 Statewide Report
           American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 - Appropriations
                              JFAC made appropriations regarding the American Recovery and
                                  Reinvestment Act of 2009 from several different funds.

            ARRA                                                       Fund    FY 2009       FY 2010
     Bill # Title Department/Division                                 Number Appropriation Appropriation                    TOTAL
                    Public School Support
    H323       14   Administrators                            0346-00                           0       5,234,400           5,234,400
    H324       14   Teachers                                  0346-00                           0      29,956,500          29,956,500
    H325       14   Operations                                0346-00                           0     110,542,100         110,542,100
    H326       8    Children's Programs                       0348-00                           0      54,383,000          54,383,000
                    Total Public School Support                                                 0     200,116,000         200,116,000
    S1207      14   College and Universities                  0346-00                           0      15,313,800          15,313,800
    H309       14   Community Colleges                        0346-00                           0       1,640,200           1,640,200
    S1208      14   Professional Technical Education          0001-00                           0       1,172,100           1,172,100
    S1239      8    Vocational Rehabilitation                 0346-00                           0       3,037,300           3,037,300
                    Department of Health & Welfare
    S1221      I      WIC Funding                             0220-02                  3,000,000        2,150,000           5,150,000
    H313       1      Food Stamps & Admin.                    0220-02                  6,550,000       29,550,000          36,100,000
    H313       1      TEFAP                                   0220-02                    200,000          200,000             400,000
    H313       2      TANF                                    0220-02                    336,000        3,498,000           3,834,000
    H314       2      VOCA Grant                              0220-02                    299,000          299,000             598,000
    H313       2      Child Support Incentive                 0220-02                  1,271,900        4,203,800           5,475,700
    H313       4      Weatherization Grants                   0220-02                                  31,470,000          31,470,000
    H322       5      DSH Medicaid Payments                   0220-02                                     390,000             390,000
    S1221      8      Immunization Funding                    0220-02                    900,000                0             900,000
    H313       8      Community Services Block Grant          0220-02                  2,473,000        2,473,000           4,946,000
    H313       8      Child Care & Development Block Grant    0220-02                                  11,946,000          11,946,000
    H318       8      Infant & Toddler Special Ed Funding     0220-02                                   1,179,800           1,179,800
                    Total Department of Health & Welfare (Note 1)                    15,029,900        87,359,600         102,389,500
    Multiple   5    Federal FMAP Funding                      0220-02                78,059,200       117,573,400         195,632,600
    H351       8    Independent Living Council, State         0346-00                         0            94,900              94,900
    S1228      2    Police, Idaho State                       0346-00                         0         4,281,700           4,281,700
    H276       7    Environmental Quality, Department of      0346-00                 1,032,900        12,577,800          13,610,700
    H276       7      Continuously Appropriated Sewer Loans   0529-00                19,200,000                 0          19,200,000
    H276       7      Cont. Approp. Drinking Water Loans      0532-00                19,500,000                 0          19,500,000
    S1227      14   Environmental Quality, Department of      0346-00                         0        15,000,000          15,000,000
    CONT       2    Labor, Department of, Employment Services 0348-00                 2,393,500        10,482,700          12,876,200
    CONT       2    Labor, Department of, Employment Services 0514-00                32,260,800                 0          32,260,800
    H277       7    Lands, Department of                      0346-00                 3,450,200         8,706,000          12,156,200
    H277       7      Indirect Cost Recovery                  0125-00                         0           460,000             460,000
                    Idaho Transportation Department
    S1227      14   Transportation Department, Idaho          0346-00                17,471,100                  0         17,471,100
    H311       12   Transportation Department, Idaho          0260-46               190,677,100                  0        190,677,100
                    Total Idaho Transportation Department                           208,148,200                  0        208,148,200
    S1227      14   Administration, Department of             0346-00                         0          2,999,500          2,999,500
    S1193      2    Attorney General                          0346-00                         0            400,000            400,000
    S1209      5    Aging, Commission on                      0346-00                    30,000            611,300            641,300
    H347       7    Arts, Commission on the                   0346-00                         0            293,000            293,000
    S1240      8    Blind and Visually Impaired, Commission   0346-00                         0            594,800            594,800
    S1231      4    Energy Resources, Office of               0346-00                         0         15,480,600         15,480,600
    S1231      4      Indirect Cost Recovery                  0125-00                         0            305,400            305,400
    S1212      3    Military Division                         0346-00                 1,360,000            900,000          2,260,000
                    General Fund                                       0001-00                0         1,172,100           1,172,100
                    Indirect Cost Recovery Fund                        0125-00                0           765,400             765,400
                    Cooperative Welfare Fund                           0220-02       93,089,100       204,933,000         298,022,100
                    American Reinvestment Fund                         0346-00       23,344,200       227,663,900         251,008,100
                    State Highway Title 12 ARRA                        0260-46      190,677,100                 0         190,677,100
                    Federal Grant ARRA Fund                            0348-00        2,393,500        64,865,700          67,259,200
                    Continously Appropriated Funds                     05xx-00       70,960,800                 0          70,960,800
                    TOTAL                                                           380,464,700       499,400,100         879,864,800
    Note 1) Department of Health & Welfare amounts represent the total funds available for FY 2009 & 2010, not the amount appropriated.
    Additional funding available for FY 2011 & 2012 is included under the DHW budget narrative.




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                  36                                                    Statewide Report
                                         Reserve Fund Balances
State of Idaho Major Reserve Funds
                                                                          Economic
           Millions of Dollars              Budget       Public Ed        Recovery                                 Traditional
                                          Stabilization Stabilization      Reserve      Emergency                  Millennium
                                             Fund          Fund             Fund         Funds*       TOTAL           Fund
June 30, 2008                                 $ 140.6         $ 112.0         $ 66.1         $ 3.3     $ 322.1         $ 70.4
FY 2009
H378 Public Schools Approp.                                    ($ 85.1)                                ($ 85.1)
Net Receipts/Disbursements                                       $ 3.5         $ 0.3        ($ 2.6)       $ 1.2         $ 2.6
School Apportionment                                            ($ 1.0)                                  ($ 1.0)
Ag Property Tax Replacement                                     ($ 2.3)                                  ($ 2.3)
Interest/Earnings                                                $ 2.3         $ 1.5                      $ 3.8         $ 1.8
Estimate June 30, 2009                        $ 140.6           $ 29.4        $ 67.9         $ 0.7     $ 238.7         $ 74.8
FY 2010
H256a Pupil Transportation                                      ($ 4.2)                                  ($ 4.2)
H262a Teacher Retirement                                        ($ 2.0)                                  ($ 2.0)
H372a Elections Consolidation                   ($ 1.5)                                                  ($ 1.5)
H378 Public Schools/Div Operations                             $ 85.1                                   $ 85.1
S1227, sec 6, Transfer to Gen Fund             ($ 30.0)                                                ($ 30.0)
S1227, sec 16, Governor's Office                ($ 7.0)                                                  ($ 7.0)
S1227, sec 18-19, Legislature                   ($ 0.2)                                                  ($ 0.2)
S1227, sec 20, Judicial Branch                  ($ 0.2)                                                  ($ 0.2)
Ag Property Tax Replacement                                     ($ 1.5)                                  ($ 1.5)
Net Receipts/Disbursements                                                                                $ 0.0         $ 3.2
Interest/Earnings                                                $ 2.2         $ 1.5                      $ 3.7         $ 3.7
Estimate June 30, 2010                        $ 101.7         $ 109.1         $ 69.4         $ 0.7     $ 280.9         $ 81.7
* Emergency Funds include: 1) Governor's Emergency 2) Disaster Emergency 3) Emergency Fund Relief.
The State of Idaho also has three other smaller emergency funds.

Title 14 Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
                                                                                        Professional
           Millions of Dollars               Public       College and     Community      Technical   General
                                            Schools       Universities     Colleges      Education Government       TOTAL
Available Funds                               $ 179.2          $ 19.4          $ 2.1         $ 0.9      $ 44.9        $ 246.6
FY 2009
S1227, sec 12, ITD for Local Highways                                                                  ($ 17.5)       ($ 17.5)
Estimate June 30, 2009                        $ 179.2          $ 19.4          $ 2.1         $ 0.9      $ 27.4        $ 229.1
FY 2010
H309 Community Colleges                                                       ($ 1.6)                                   ($ 1.6)
H378 Public Schools                      ($ 145.7)                                                                   ($ 145.7)
S1203 Transfer to GF for Prof Tech          ($ 0.4)                                         ($ 0.8)                     ($ 1.2)
S1207, Colleges and Universities                               ($ 15.3)                                               ($ 15.3)
S1227, sec 7, DEQ Drinking Water                                                                        ($ 5.0)         ($ 5.0)
S1227, sec 8, DEQ Waste Water                                                                          ($ 10.0)       ($ 10.0)
S1227, sec 9, Admin Dept/Idaho Education Network                                                        ($ 3.0)         ($ 3.0)
Estimate June 30, 2010                     $ 33.1                $ 4.1         $ 0.4         $ 0.2       $ 9.4         $ 47.2



2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                            37                                            Statewide Report
                                           IDAHO MILLENNIUM FUND (Traditional)
                                              Actual and Projected Cash Flow*
                                                                   Transfers to                            Transfers
Fiscal     Beginning                            Transfers to        Permanent           Earnings/          to Income          Ending
Year      Market Value         Receipts         General Fund       Endow. Fund          (Losses)**            Fund          Market Value
2000                 0          29,728,524                  0                  0             495,788           (386,959)       29,837,353
2001        29,837,353          22,751,124                  0                  0          (2,105,516)        (1,729,535)       48,753,427
2002        48,753,427          26,602,063        (19,335,604)                 0          (4,255,408)        (2,438,933)       49,325,545
2003        49,325,545          26,653,835        (70,311,509)                 0            (724,805)        (4,943,065)                0
2004                 0          22,818,949                  0                  0             (61,929)                 0        22,757,020
2005        22,757,020          23,151,453                  0                  0             621,571         (1,941,119)       44,588,925
2006        44,588,925          21,253,142                  0                  0           2,138,244           (284,669)       67,695,642
2007        67,695,642           4,410,133                  0        (10,000,000)          3,613,274         (1,360,348)       64,358,701
2008        64,358,701           5,700,682                  0                  0           2,840,943         (2,533,638)       70,366,688
2009        70,366,688           6,192,903                  0                  0           1,760,353         (3,553,869)       74,766,075
2010        74,766,075           6,423,031                  0                  0           3,726,161         (3,247,393)       81,667,874
2011        81,667,874           6,475,092                  0                  0           4,067,932         (3,479,651)       88,731,247
2012        88,731,247           6,527,759                  0                  0           4,415,767         (3,755,068)       95,919,705
2013        95,919,705           6,581,042                  0                  0           4,766,535         (4,098,371)      103,168,911
2014       103,168,911           6,634,951                  0                  0           5,120,106         (4,447,766)      110,476,202
2015       110,476,202           6,689,494                  0         (5,676,096)          5,186,105         (4,800,106)      111,875,598
2016       111,875,598           6,744,681                  0         (6,720,336)          5,186,681         (5,155,262)      111,931,362
2017       111,931,362           6,800,523                  0         (6,709,713)          5,187,265         (5,221,650)      111,987,788
2018       111,987,788           6,302,065                  0         (6,765,444)          5,182,055         (5,222,344)      111,484,120
2019       111,484,120           6,366,759                  0         (6,261,074)          5,182,731         (5,223,046)      111,549,491
2020       111,549,491           6,432,226                  0         (6,332,714)          5,183,416         (5,216,777)      111,615,641
2021       111,615,641           6,498,476                  0         (6,398,051)          5,184,108         (5,217,590)      111,682,584
2022       111,682,584           6,565,522                  0         (6,464,170)          5,184,809         (5,218,414)      111,750,331
2023       111,750,331           6,633,378                  0         (6,531,084)          5,185,518         (5,219,247)      111,818,896
2024       111,818,896           6,702,055                  0         (6,598,805)          5,186,236         (5,220,090)      111,888,291
2025       111,888,291           6,771,568                  0         (6,667,347)          5,186,962         (5,220,944)      111,958,531
TOTAL                          294,411,431        (89,647,113)       (81,124,834)                           (95,135,855)
*Shaded areas reflect actuals.
**The amount listed for the current fiscal year under "Earnings/(Losses)" represents a combination of actual year-to-date
and projected earnings. Projected earnings assume a 5.0% return on investment. Funds reverted from the Millennium
Income Fund to the Traditional Fund are also included in this figure.
Reported year-to-date earnings as of 4/30/2009 = $1,227,300


                        History of Non-program Transfers from the Millennium Fund
H701 (2002 Idaho Sess. Laws 156) transferred to the General Fund the April 2002 tobacco payment ($19.3 million) distributed to the
State of Idaho pursuant to the tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.

S1517 (2002 Idaho Sess. Laws 205) transferred to the General Fund $10 million from the fiscal year 2003 scheduled tobacco payments.
S1195 (2003 Idaho Sess. Laws 341) transferred the following: (1) $798,200 to the Income Fund for the balance of FY 2003 Millennium
Fund appropriation; (2) $2,438,700 to the Income Fund for FY 2004 Millennium Fund projects; (3) the entire remaining balance of the
fund to the General Fund ($43.6 million); and (4) $16.3 million to the General Fund from the April 2003 tobacco payment.
S1416 (2006 Idaho Sess. Laws 187) establishes the Permanent Endowment Fund and requires that 80% of all future settlement funds
and earnings be transferred to the Permanent Endowment Fund and 20% of all future settlement funds and earnings be transferred to
the Idaho Millennium Fund. It also requires an initial transfer of $10,000,000 to the Permanent Endowment Fund from the Millennium
Fund and a transfer of any amount over $100 million from the Millennium Fund to the Permanent Endowment Fund. The ending market
value is greater than $100 million, starting in FY 2014, because Idaho Code 67-1805 requires that any amount in excess of $100 million
be transferred to the permanent endowment fund as determined on the second business day in July (Idaho Code 67-1804), rather than
the end of the fiscal year. Due to the timing of the transfer at the beginning of the fiscal year, instead of the end of the fiscal year, the
ending market value will exceed the $100 million.




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 38                                                    Statewide Report
                            IDAHO MILLENNIUM PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND
                                     Actual and Projected Cash Flow*
                                             Transfers from
Fiscal     Beginning                           Millennium                     Transfers to      Ending
Year      Market Value         Receipts           Fund        Earnings**     Income Fund      Market Value
2007                  0         17,640,532      10,000,000        454,070                0      28,094,602
2008         28,094,602         22,802,728               0          2,296                0      50,899,626
2009         50,899,626         24,771,612               0    (10,375,024)        (474,559)     64,821,655
2010         64,821,655         25,692,125               0      5,667,077       (1,729,866)     94,450,991
2011         94,450,991         25,900,368               0      8,073,159       (2,412,127)    126,012,391
2012        126,012,391         26,111,038               0     10,596,095       (3,619,061)    159,100,462
2013        159,100,462         26,324,170               0     13,220,277       (5,133,322)    193,511,587
2014        193,511,587         26,539,802               0     15,948,211       (6,721,108)    229,278,492
2015        229,278,492         26,757,974       5,676,096     19,254,542       (8,372,599)    272,594,506
2016        272,594,506         26,978,724       6,720,336     22,797,629      (10,089,374)    319,001,820
2017        319,001,820         27,202,092       6,709,713     26,479,578      (12,170,062)    367,223,140
2018        367,223,140         25,208,259       6,765,444     30,268,081      (14,399,714)    415,065,211
2019        415,065,211         25,467,037       6,261,074     34,009,111      (16,716,739)    464,085,694
2020        464,085,694         25,728,902       6,332,714     37,890,628      (19,096,185)    514,941,754
2021        514,941,754         25,993,902       6,398,051     41,926,116      (21,450,455)    567,809,367
2022        567,809,367         26,262,089       6,464,170     46,121,343      (23,893,122)    622,763,847
2023        622,763,847         26,533,511       6,531,084     50,481,858      (26,432,668)    679,877,632
2024        679,877,632         26,808,222       6,598,805     55,013,375      (29,072,724)    739,225,309
2025        739,225,309         27,086,274       6,667,347     59,721,795      (31,816,781)    800,883,945
TOTAL                          485,809,360      81,124,834    467,550,215     (233,600,465)

*Shaded areas reflect actuals.
**Projected earnings assume an 8.0% return on investment.
Reported year-to-date earnings as of 4/30/2009 = $1,327,200




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                   39                                     Statewide Report
                                                             Section Contents
                                                                        Education
                                                             2009 Legislative Session
  Public School Support .......................................................................................................... 1 - 3

      Administrators .................................................................................................................................... 1 - 6

      Teachers ............................................................................................................................................. 1 - 7

      Operations .......................................................................................................................................... 1 - 8

      Children's Programs .......................................................................................................................... 1 - 10

      Facilities .............................................................................................................................................. 1 - 11

      Educational Services for the Deaf & Blind ...................................................................................... 1 - 12

  Education, State Board of ..................................................................................................... 1 - 15

      Agricultural Research & Extension Service .................................................................................... 1 - 16

      College and Universities ................................................................................................................... 1 - 17

      Community Colleges ......................................................................................................................... 1 - 19

      Deaf and Blind, Idaho School for the ............................................................................................... 1 - 20

      Education, Office of the State Board of ........................................................................................... 1 - 23

      Health Education Programs .............................................................................................................. 1 - 25

      Historical Society ............................................................................................................................... 1 - 33

      Libraries, Commission for ................................................................................................................ 1 - 36

      Professional-Technical Education ................................................................................................... 1 - 37

      Public Broadcasting System, Educational ...................................................................................... 1 - 44

      Special Programs ............................................................................................................................... 1 - 45

      Superintendent of Public Instruction ............................................................................................... 1 - 53

      Vocational Rehabilitation .................................................................................................................. 1 - 55




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                            1-1
                                           Public School Support

DEPARTMENT SUMMARY:                 FY 2008          FY 2008          FY 2009         FY 2010         FY 2010          FY 2010
                                  Total Appr          Actual        Total Appr        Request         Gov Rec          Approp
BY DIVISION
Administrators                       85,240,200      83,089,900       87,541,800      88,510,800      81,428,600       81,491,100
Teachers                            792,414,700     736,320,300      817,074,500     816,255,600     741,624,900      756,212,500
Operations                          571,302,800     564,733,400      584,084,900     611,742,300     564,397,300      578,726,100
Children's Programs                 166,468,100     205,667,000      170,449,400     219,354,300     212,940,600      268,729,800
Facilities                           32,772,600      32,520,300       36,850,000      38,775,000      37,692,800       17,900,000
Educational Services for the Deaf             0               0                0               0               0        7,794,800
Total:                            1,648,198,400   1,622,330,900    1,696,000,600   1,774,638,000   1,638,084,200    1,710,854,300
BY FUND SOURCE
General                          1,367,363,800    1,367,363,800    1,333,445,100   1,495,812,100   1,342,758,300    1,231,386,600
Dedicated                           65,834,600       61,959,300      147,555,500      63,825,900      80,325,900      209,879,200
Federal                            215,000,000      193,007,800      215,000,000     215,000,000     215,000,000      269,588,500
Total:                           1,648,198,400    1,622,330,900    1,696,000,600   1,774,638,000   1,638,084,200    1,710,854,300
Percent Change:                                           (1.6%)            4.5%            4.6%           (3.4%)            0.9%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                              0                0                0               0               0        6,523,000
Operating Expenditures                       0                0                0               0               0        1,271,800
Lump Sum                         1,648,198,400    1,622,330,900    1,696,000,600   1,774,638,000   1,638,084,200    1,703,059,500
Total:                           1,648,198,400    1,622,330,900    1,696,000,600   1,774,638,000   1,638,084,200    1,710,854,300
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                 0.00             0.00             0.00            0.00            0.00           93.74

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The FY 2010 appropriation for Public School Support, including the addition of the new
Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind, results in an increase of 0.9% over the FY 2009 appropriation.




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                           1-3
                                      FY 2010 Public Schools Appropriation
                                                                                                                         FY 2009               FY 2010
                                                                                                                         Original              Original
                                                                                                                         Approp.               Approp.
I.     APPROPRIATION
A.     Sources of Funds
1.     General Fund                                                                                                      $1,418,542,700       $1,231,386,600
2.     Dedicated Funds                                                                                                      $62,405,700          $64,146,200
3a.    Title XIV ARRA Federal Stimulus Funds                                                                                         $0         $145,733,000
3b.    Federal Funds (includes $54.4 M of Title VIII ARRA)                                                                 $215,000,000         $269,588,500
4.     ALL-FUNDS APPROPRIATION                                                                                           $1,695,948,400       $1,710,854,300
                                                     General Fund Percent Change from Previous Year:*                             3.7%               -13.7%
       Combined General Fund and Title 14 Stimulus Percent Change from Previous Year:*                                              NA                 -3.4%
                                                      Total Funds Percent Change from Previous Year:*                             3.1%                  0.4%
II.    PROGRAM DISTRIBUTION
A.     Statutory Requirements                                      Idaho Code
1.     Transportation                                              §33-1002(b), §33-1006                                    $72,277,700          $74,001,600
2.     Border Contracts                                            §33-1002(2)(d), §33-1403                                  $1,100,000           $1,100,000
3.     Exceptional Contracts/Tuition Equivalents                   §33-1007, §33-1002(2)(e), §33-2004(2)                     $5,884,300           $5,884,300
4.     Program Adjustments                                         §33-1002(m)                                                       $0                   $0
5.     Progams for Expectant or Delivered Mothers                  §33-1002(f), §33-2006                                       $550,000             $550,000
6.     Salary-based Apportionment                                  §33-1004E                                               $802,743,300         $782,650,200
7.     Teacher Incentive Award                                     §33-1004E(1)                                                $219,600             $219,600
8.     State Paid Employee Benefits                                §33-1004F                                               $144,314,800         $140,690,200
9.     Early Retirement Program                                    §33-1004G                                                 $4,000,000           $2,000,000
10.    Bond Levy Equalization                                      §33-906, §33-906A, §33-906B                              $16,500,000          $17,900,000
11.    Idaho Digital Learning Academy                              §33-1002(k), §33-1020                                     $3,129,500           $5,000,000
12.    School Facilities Funding (Lottery)                         §33-905, §67-7434                                        $17,250,000                   $0
13.    School Facilities Maintenance Match                         §33-1019                                                  $3,000,000                   $0
14     Idaho Safe & Drug-Free Schools                              §63-2506, §63-2552A(3)                                    $7,000,000           $7,000,000
15     Sub-total -- Statutory Requirements                                                                               $1,077,969,200       $1,036,995,900
B.     Other Program Distributions                                 Appropriation Bill, 2009 Session
1.     Bureau of Services for the Deaf & Blind (Campus)            S1210, S1233, Section 1                                           $0          $5,151,800
2.     Bureau of Services for the Deaf & Blind (Outreach)          S1210, S1233, Section 1                                           $0          $2,643,000
3.     Technology                                                  H325, Section 4                                           $9,150,000          $9,150,000
4.     Idaho Reading Initiative                                    H326, Section 7                                           $2,800,000          $2,800,000
5.     Limited English Proficiency (LEP)                           H326, Section 9                                           $6,040,000          $6,040,000
6.     Gifted & Talented (Teacher Training)                        H324, Section 6                                           $1,000,000          $1,000,000
7.     Classroom Supplies                                          H324, Section 7                                           $5,379,500          $4,686,300
8.     Textbook Allowance                                          H325, Section 6                                           $9,950,000          $5,970,000
9.     ISAT Remediation                                            H326, Section 10                                          $5,000,000          $5,000,000
10.    Development of Concurrent Credit Education                  Not Funded in FY 2010                                        $50,000                  $0
11.    Math Initiative                                             H326, Section 8                                           $3,972,500          $3,972,500
12.    Ag Replacement Phase-out                                    H325, Section 5                                           $2,262,800          $1,508,500
13.    Safe School Study                                           Not Funded in FY 2010                                       $100,000                  $0
14.    Rural School Initiative                                     Not Requested in FY 2010                                     $50,000                  $0
15.    Teacher Evaluation Task Force                               Not Requested in FY 2010                                     $50,000                  $0
16     Federal Funds for Local School Districts                    H324, H325, H326                                        $215,000,000        $269,383,000
17     Sub-total -- Other Program Distributions                                                                            $260,804,800        $317,305,100
       TOTAL CATEGORICAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                    $1,338,774,000       $1,354,301,000
III.   STATE DISCRETIONARY FUNDS                                                                                           $357,174,400        $356,553,300
IV. ESTIMATED SUPPORT UNITS                                                                                                          13,900          14,005
V.     STATE DISCRETIONARY $ PER SUPPORT UNIT                                                                                       $25,696         $25,459

       *The FY 2010 Percent Change calculations do not include the revenue neutral addition of new Bureau of Educational Services
       for the Deaf and Blind to the Public Schools Budget. Including the bureau's budget in these calculations would decrease
        the General Fund Percent Change to -13.2% and increase the Total Funds Percent Change to 0.9%.




       2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                      1-4                                            Analyst: Headlee
                     FY 2010 Public Schools Appropriation
                                                          Div. of                       Deaf &
   Div. of                Div. of          Div. of       Children's      Div. of        Blind
Administrators           Teachers        Operations      Programs       Facilities      Services


       $76,256,700       $696,256,000     $403,358,100    $30,346,800     $17,900,000     $7,269,000
                $0                 $0      $56,825,900     $7,000,000              $0       $320,300
        $5,234,400        $29,956,500     $110,542,100             $0              $0              $0
                $0        $30,000,000       $8,000,000   $231,383,000              $0       $205,500
       $81,491,100       $756,212,500     $578,726,100   $268,729,800     $17,900,000     $7,794,800
           -10.7%              -6.7%           -25.3%           6.4%           -2.7%          -14.5%
            -4.6%              -2.7%            -4.8%           6.4%           -2.7%          -14.5%
            -6.9%              -7.4%            -0.9%          57.7%          -51.4%          -11.9%



                $0                 $0      $74,001,600             $0              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0     $1,100,000              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0     $5,884,300              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0             $0              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0       $550,000              $0              $0
       $69,074,100       $608,858,100     $104,718,000             $0              $0              $0
                $0           $219,600               $0             $0              $0              $0
       $12,417,000       $109,448,500      $18,824,700             $0              $0              $0
                $0         $2,000,000               $0             $0              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0             $0     $17,900,000              $0
                $0                 $0               $0     $5,000,000              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0             $0              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0             $0              $0              $0
                $0                 $0               $0     $7,000,000              $0              $0
       $81,491,100       $720,526,200     $197,544,300    $19,534,300     $17,900,000              $0


                $0                  $0              $0            $0              $0      $5,151,800
                $0                  $0              $0            $0              $0      $2,643,000
                $0                  $0      $9,150,000                            $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0     $2,800,000             $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0     $6,040,000             $0              $0
                $0          $1,000,000              $0             $0             $0              $0
                $0          $4,686,300              $0             $0             $0              $0
                $0                  $0      $5,970,000             $0             $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0     $5,000,000             $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0             $0             $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0     $3,972,500             $0              $0
                $0                  $0      $1,508,500             $0             $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0             $0             $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0             $0             $0              $0
                $0                  $0              $0             $0             $0              $0
                $0         $30,000,000      $8,000,000   $231,383,000             $0              $0
                $0         $35,686,300     $24,628,500   $249,195,500             $0               $0
       $81,491,100       $756,212,500     $222,172,800   $268,729,800     $17,900,000     $7,794,800
                                          $356,553,300
                                               14,005
                                              $25,459




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report               1-5                       Analyst: Headlee
                                                      Administrators
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 170 EDPA
Bill Number & Chapter: H323 (Ch.270), S1227 (Ch.275)

Provide state and federal funding to support the administration of Idaho's public charter schools and 115 local school districts, grades K-12.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010             FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request             Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                83,089,900        83,089,900        85,391,500        88,510,800           81,428,600       76,256,700
Dedicated                                       0                 0                 0                 0                    0        5,234,400
Federal                                 2,150,300                 0         2,150,300                 0                    0                0
Total:                                 85,240,200        83,089,900        87,541,800        88,510,800           81,428,600       81,491,100
Percent Change:                                                (2.5%)             5.4%               1.1%              (7.0%)           (6.9%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Lump Sum                               85,240,200        83,089,900        87,541,800        88,510,800           81,428,600       81,491,100

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General            Dedicated                Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00          85,391,500                    0               2,150,300         87,541,800
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00                   0                    0              (2,150,300)        (2,150,300)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00          (5,568,700)           5,234,400                       0           (334,300)
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00          79,822,800            5,234,400                       0         85,057,200
  Public School Salary Change                         0.00          (4,272,800)                   0                       0         (4,272,800)
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                        0.00             706,700                    0                       0            706,700
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             0.00          76,256,700            5,234,400                       0         81,491,100
  1. Adjust ARRA Funding as One-Time                  0.00                   0                    0                       0                  0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00          76,256,700            5,234,400                       0         81,491,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%              (10.7%)                0.0%                 (100.0%)             (6.9%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The Division of Administrators received an appropriation of $81,491,100. The administrator’s base
salary was reduced from $36,532 to $34,705, a 5% reduction. This budget was also reduced by $334,300, which is the equivalent of
restricting administrator movement for one year on the experience portion of the multiplier table in Section 33-1004, Idaho Code. This is
commonly known as “freezing the grid” and accounts for an additional 0.4% reduction.

Additional General Fund reductions included $3,885,000 for the reduced staff allowance factor and $1,349,400 which is the equivalent of
three furlough days. However, $5,234,400 of Title 14 stimulus funds were used to backfill those reductions. The Title 14 stimulus funding,
in addition to General Funds for increased student enrollment of 105 support units, resulted in a reduction of -4.6%. Lastly, $2,150,300 of
federal spending authority was moved from this division into the Division of Children’s Programs.

The single line item nets to zero and allows the addition of ARRA stimulus moneys to be included as a one-time base adjustment.

OTHER LEGISLATION: Section 5 of S1227 authorized the Governor to direct the State Controller to transfer up to $25 million from the
Public Education Stabilization Fund to the General Fund if the beginning FY 2010 General Fund balance is less than $50 million.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                       0.00               0               0              0               0      76,256,700      76,256,700
OT D 0346-00 American Reinvest             0.00               0               0              0               0       5,234,400       5,234,400
                          Totals:          0.00               0               0              0               0      81,491,100      81,491,100




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                1-6                                                        Analyst: Headlee
                                                              Teachers
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 170 EDPT
Bill Number & Chapter: H324 (Ch.271), S1227 (Ch.275)

Provide state and federal funding to support instructional services in Idaho's public charter schools and 115 local school districts, grades K-
12.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               721,720,900       721,720,900        746,380,700       786,255,600       711,624,900       696,256,000
Dedicated                                       0                 0                  0                 0                 0        29,956,500
Federal                                70,693,800        14,599,400         70,693,800        30,000,000        30,000,000        30,000,000
Total:                                792,414,700       736,320,300        817,074,500       816,255,600       741,624,900       756,212,500
Percent Change:                                                (7.1%)             11.0%             (0.1%)            (9.2%)            (7.4%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Lump Sum                              792,414,700       736,320,300        817,074,500       816,255,600       741,624,900       756,212,500

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General             Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00        746,380,700                     0          70,693,800          817,074,500
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00            (50,000)                    0                   0              (50,000)
  Base Adjustments                                     0.00                  0                     0         (40,693,800)         (40,693,800)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00        (21,046,200)           12,481,100                   0           (8,565,100)
FY 2010 Base                                           0.00        725,284,500            12,481,100          30,000,000          767,765,600
  Public School Salary Change                          0.00        (36,733,300)           17,475,400                   0          (19,257,900)
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                         0.00          7,704,800                     0                   0            7,704,800
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              0.00        696,256,000            29,956,500          30,000,000          756,212,500
  4. Adjust ARRA Funding as One-Time                   0.00                  0                     0                   0                    0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            0.00        696,256,000            29,956,500          30,000,000          756,212,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%              (6.7%)                 0.0%              (57.6%)               (7.4%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The Division of Teachers received an appropriation of $756,212,500. The budget actions included
General Fund teacher base salary and minimum salary reductions of 5%. This division’s budget was also reduced by $5,795,700, which is
the equivalent of restricting teacher movement for one year on the experience portion of the multiplier table in Section 33-1004, Idaho
Code. This is commonly known as “freezing the grid.” Additionally, funding for the early retirement incentive program was reduced by
50% in anticipation of a two-year phase out of this program. However, due to H262a, this program will not be phased out and teachers
who choose to participate in the program will receive the full one-time incentive as outlined in Section, 33-1004G, Idaho Code. Within this
budget, sufficient funding was appropriated so that all eligible teachers will receive $300 to purchase school supplies, which is a 14%
decrease from the previous year.

The decreases in General Funds were partially offset by the addition of $29,956,500 of Title 14 federal stimulus funding. This reduced the
personnel cut from 5% to 2.63% ($17,475,400), avoided the equivalent of three furlough days ($11,481,100), and supplemented the early
retirement program ($1,000,000). Additional General Funds were appropriated for the increase in student enrollment, projected at 105
support units in FY 2010. The net result of the General Fund reductions and additions of Title 14 federal stimulus funds to the Division of
Teachers is -2.7%.

The single line item nets to zero and allows the addition of ARRA stimulus moneys to be included as a one-time base adjustment.

OTHER LEGISLATION: Section 5 of S1227 authorized the Governor to direct the State Controller to transfer up to $25 million from the
Public Education Stabilization Fund to the General Fund if the beginning FY 2010 General Fund balance is less than $50 million.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                        0.00              0               0               0              0   696,256,000      696,256,000
OT D 0346-00 American Reinvest              0.00              0               0               0              0    29,956,500       29,956,500
   F 0348-00 Federal Grant                  0.00              0               0               0              0    30,000,000       30,000,000
                           Totals:          0.00              0               0               0              0   756,212,500      756,212,500




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 1-7                                                     Analyst: Headlee
                                                            Operations
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 170 EDPO, 170 EDPS(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H325 (Ch.272), H378 (Ch.335), S1227 (Ch.275)

Provide state and federal funding to support the operations of Idaho's public charter schools and 115 local school districts, grades K-12.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008             FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               525,558,000       525,414,100        454,746,600       565,941,400       518,596,400       403,358,100
Dedicated                              38,512,000        34,889,000        122,105,500        37,800,900        37,800,900       167,368,000
Federal                                 7,232,800         4,430,300          7,232,800         8,000,000         8,000,000         8,000,000
Total:                                571,302,800       564,733,400        584,084,900       611,742,300       564,397,300       578,726,100
Percent Change:                                                (1.1%)              3.4%               4.7%            (3.4%)            (0.9%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Lump Sum                              571,302,800       564,733,400        584,084,900       611,742,300       564,397,300       578,726,100

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General             Dedicated             Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00        539,844,200             36,955,700           7,232,800         584,032,700
  Reappropriation                                      0.00                  0                 52,200                   0              52,200
  Rescissions                                          0.00        (85,097,600)                     0                   0         (85,097,600)
  Omnibus Supplemental                                 0.00                  0             85,097,600                   0          85,097,600
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            0.00        454,746,600            122,105,500           7,232,800         584,084,900
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00            (50,000)           (87,412,600)                  0         (87,462,600)
  Base Adjustments                                     0.00                  0             17,900,000             767,200          18,667,200
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00         52,582,300              1,991,200                   0          54,573,500
FY 2010 Base                                           0.00        507,278,900             54,584,100           8,000,000         569,863,000
  Public School Salary Change                          0.00        (26,768,000)            23,453,300                   0          (3,314,700)
  Mid-Term Support Unit Increase                       0.00          7,944,800              2,724,500                   0          10,669,300
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              0.00        488,455,700             80,761,900           8,000,000         577,217,600
  3. Agricultural Replacement Phase-Out                0.00                  0              1,508,500                   0           1,508,500
  4. Adjust ARRA funding as one-time                   0.00        (85,097,600)            85,097,600                   0                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            0.00        403,358,100            167,368,000           8,000,000         578,726,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%             (25.3%)                352.9%               10.6%               (0.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%             (11.3%)                 37.1%               10.6%               (0.9%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, appropriated money from the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act
(ARRA) in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009. Late in the session and
under federal guidance, H378 reversed the action of H250 and appropriated Public Education Stabilization Funds in place of General
Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The Division of Operations received an appropriation of $578,726,100. The base salary for classified
staff was reduced by 2.63%. Within this division, pupil transportation was funded at $74,001,600, which is a 2.4% increase; the textbook
allowance was funded at $5,970,000, which is a 40% reduction, from the previous year, and the technology program was funded at the
requested amount of $9,150,000.

The decreases in General Funds were partially offset by the addition of $25,444,400 of Title 14 federal Stimulus funding. This included
reducing the personnel cut from 5% to 2.63% ($2,986,600), avoiding the equivalent of three furlough days ($1,991,200), and filling a
General Fund shift ($20,466,700). Additional General Funds were appropriated for the increase in student enrollment that was projected
at 105 support units for FY 2010.

This appropriation included the transfer of $19,025,000 of dedicated dollars from the School District Building Fund in the Facilities Division
($18,375,000 of lottery dollars and $650,000 of interest earned on principal in the Facilities Cooperative Fund). Section 7 of the
appropriation bill provided that these funds were to be used as discretionary dollars and school districts were relieved from the restrictions
of using these funds for maintenance and repair of school buildings according to Section 33-1019, Idaho Code. As a result of this
transfer, there was a corresponding decrease of General Funds in the Operations Division in the amount of $19,025,000.

The requirement for districts to match the textbook allowance in an amount of $1 for every $3 was removed for one year. This cost,
$3,317,000 of General Funds, was then reduced from the discretionary dollars. Therefore, after funding growth in support units, there was
a reduction of discretionary funds per support unit from $25,696 to $25,459, or an overall reduction of -0.18% from the previous year.

The first line item provides the fourth year of a five-year phase out of the maintenance and operations portion of the agriculture equipment
replacement as outlined in section 5 of S1217 (2007 Session).

The second line item nets to zero and allows the addition of ARRA stimulus moneys to be included as a one-time base adjustment.

OTHER LEGISLATION: Section 5 of S1227 authorized the Governor to direct the State Controller to the transfer up to $25 million from the
Public Education Stabilization Fund to the General Fund if the beginning FY 2010 General Fund balance is less than $50 million.

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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost   Oper Exp   Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum            Total
   G   0001-00   General                   0.00            0          0         0         0   403,358,100   403,358,100
   D   0315-03   School District Bldg      0.00            0          0         0         0    18,900,000    18,900,000
OT D   0315-03   School District Bldg      0.00            0          0         0         0       125,000       125,000
OT D   0346-00   American Reinvest         0.00            0          0         0         0   110,542,100   110,542,100
   D   0481-10   Pub Sch Other Incom       0.00            0          0         0         0     5,000,000     5,000,000
OT D   0481-55   Pub Ed Stabilization      0.00            0          0         0         0     1,508,500     1,508,500
   D   0481-99   Pub School End Inc        0.00            0          0         0         0    31,292,400    31,292,400
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.00            0          0         0         0     8,000,000     8,000,000
                                 Totals:   0.00            0          0         0         0   578,726,100   578,726,100




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                                                      Children's Programs
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 170 EDPC
Bill Number & Chapter: H326 (Ch.273), S1227 (Ch.275)

The Division of Children's Programs includes programs that provide direct educational or material benefits to children, where funding does
not primarily go to paying certificated teachers and administrators. It also includes programs that primarily and specifically provide funding
for the separate instruction of identified subgroups of children outside the normal classroom of an Idaho public school.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008         FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                      Total Appr             Actual       Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                    24,545,000      24,688,900       28,526,300        35,354,300        28,940,600        30,346,800
Dedicated                                   7,000,000       7,000,000        7,000,000         7,000,000         7,000,000         7,000,000
Federal                                   134,923,100     173,978,100      134,923,100       177,000,000       177,000,000       231,383,000
Total:                                    166,468,100     205,667,000      170,449,400       219,354,300       212,940,600       268,729,800
Percent Change:                                                 23.5%             (17.1%)          28.7%              24.9%             57.7%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Lump Sum                                  166,468,100     205,667,000      170,449,400       219,354,300       212,940,600       268,729,800

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                  FTP             General          Dedicated               Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                           0.00         28,526,300            7,000,000        134,923,100          170,449,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                       0.00            (50,000)                   0                  0              (50,000)
  Base Adjustments                                       0.00                  0                    0         42,076,900           42,076,900
FY 2010 Base                                             0.00         28,476,300            7,000,000        177,000,000          212,476,300
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                           0.00          1,870,500                    0                  0            1,870,500
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                                0.00         30,346,800            7,000,000        177,000,000          214,346,800
  3. Title VIII ARRA Funding                             0.00                  0                    0         54,383,000           54,383,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                              0.00         30,346,800            7,000,000        231,383,000          268,729,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                  0.0%               6.4%                 0.0%              71.5%                57.7%

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The Division of Children’s Programs received an appropriation of $268,729,800. This overall funding
increase of 57.7% is due to the single line item of $54,383,000 of Title 8 federal stimulus dollars and other federal spending authority
realigned to this division. The stimulus dollars will provide significant increases in funding through the Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act (IDEA), Title I and Title II of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), and the USDA School Lunch Program.

Within this division the Idaho Digital Learning Academy was funded at $5,000,000, a 60% increase over the previous year. Other
programs that were funded at the requested amount include the Idaho Safe & Drug-Free Schools program at $7,000,000; the Idaho
Reading Initiative at $2,800,000; the Limited English Proficiency Program at $6,040,000; ISAT remediation at $5,000,000; Programs for
Expectant or Delivered Mothers (Marian Pritchett High School) at $550,000; and the Math Initiative at $3,970,000.

INTENT LANGUAGE: Intent language provided transfer authority of funds between the five divisions of the public schools, limited the
funding provided to programs for expectant or delivered mothers to the amount funded in FY 2009 (with a waiver process for increased
program participation), and required a review of performance measures of the Idaho Safe & Drug-Free Schools program.

OTHER LEGISLATION: Section 5 of S1227 authorized the Governor to direct the State Controller to the transfer up to $25 million from
the Public Education Stabilization Fund to the General Fund if the beginning FY 2010 General Fund balance is less than $50 million.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                        FTP     Pers. Cost    Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0001-00   General                       0.00             0             0               0              0    30,346,800       30,346,800
   D   0481-54   Cig, Tob, Lottery Inc         0.00             0             0               0              0     7,000,000        7,000,000
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant                 0.00             0             0               0              0   177,000,000      177,000,000
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant                 0.00             0             0               0              0    54,383,000       54,383,000
                                Totals:        0.00             0             0               0              0   268,729,800      268,729,800




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                                                              Facilities
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 170 EDPF, 170 EDPM(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H327 (Ch.274), S1227 (Ch.275)

The Division of Facilities includes the Bond Levy Equalization program and State Lottery funds distributed for public school facility
expenditures.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009             FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr            Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                12,450,000        12,450,000          18,400,000        19,750,000          2,167,800       17,900,000
Dedicated                              20,322,600        20,070,300          18,450,000        19,025,000         35,525,000                0
Total:                                 32,772,600        32,520,300          36,850,000        38,775,000         37,692,800       17,900,000
Percent Change:                                                (0.8%)              13.3%               5.2%             2.3%            (51.4%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Lump Sum                               32,772,600        32,520,300          36,850,000        38,775,000         37,692,800       17,900,000

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General              Dedicated              Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00         18,400,000              18,450,000                   0          36,850,000
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00           (100,000)                      0                   0            (100,000)
  Base Adjustments                                     0.00                  0             (18,450,000)                  0         (18,450,000)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00         (1,800,000)                      0                   0          (1,800,000)
FY 2010 Base                                           0.00         16,500,000                       0                   0          16,500,000
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                         0.00          1,400,000                       0                   0           1,400,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            0.00         17,900,000                       0                   0          17,900,000
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%              (2.7%)                (100.0%)               0.0%              (51.4%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The Division of Facilities received an appropriation of $17,900,000 to be used for the Bond Levy
Equalization Program. The Lottery dollars that are typically found in this division and used by school districts for maintenance were
transferred to the Division of Operations for one year to be used as discretionary dollars.

INTENT LANGUAGE: Intent language relieved the state’s obligation for maintenance matching funds for one year.

OTHER LEGISLATION: Section 5 of S1227 authorized the Governor to direct the State Controller to the transfer up to $25 million from
the Public Education Stabilization Fund to the General Fund if the beginning FY 2010 General Fund balance is less than $50 million.

H275 changed the distribution formula for Lottery dividends to include a transfer of one-fourth of the net proceeds to the Bond Levy
Equalization Fund. However, the amounts distributed to the Permanent Building Fund and Public School Building Fund shall not be less
than the amounts received in FY 2008. There is a sunset provision that ends the transfer to the Bond Levy Equalization Fund on October
1, 2014.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0001-00 General                        0.00              0                0               0              0     17,900,000      17,900,000




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                            Educational Services for the Deaf & Blind

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008            FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2010        FY 2010
                                       Total Appr            Actual      Total Appr      Request       Gov Rec        Approp
BY PROGRAM
Campus Operations                               0                 0               0               0              0    5,151,800
Outreach Programs                               0                 0               0               0              0    2,643,000
Total:                                          0                 0               0               0              0    7,794,800
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                         0                 0               0               0              0    7,269,000
Dedicated                                       0                 0               0               0              0      320,300
Federal                                         0                 0               0               0              0      205,500
Total:                                          0                 0               0               0              0    7,794,800
Percent Change:
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                 0                 0               0               0              0    6,523,000
Operating Expenditures                          0                 0               0               0              0    1,271,800
Total:                                          0                 0               0               0              0    7,794,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    0.00               0.00           0.00             0.00        0.00          93.74



                                                     FTP              Gen                Ded              Fed            Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00                0                  0                0               0
FY 2010 Base                                         0.00                0                  0                0               0
Line Items                                          93.74        7,269,000            320,300          205,500       7,794,800
FY 2010 Total                                       93.74        7,269,000            320,300          205,500       7,794,800
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.




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I. Educational Services for the Deaf & Blind: Campus Operations
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 502 EDDA
Bill Number & Chapter: S1210 (Ch.204), S1227 (Ch.275), S1233 (Ch.326)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and Blind Campus Operations provides appropriate
educational opportunities for the hearing impaired and visually impaired youth of Idaho (birth through age 21) at the school's residential
campus in Gooding and through regional outreach programs offered statewide.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008             FY 2009           FY 2010            FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual           Total Appr          Request            Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                           0                 0                  0                  0                  0        4,626,000
Dedicated                                         0                 0                  0                  0                  0          320,300
Federal                                           0                 0                  0                  0                  0          205,500
Total:                                            0                 0                  0                  0                  0        5,151,800
Percent Change:
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                   0                 0                  0                  0                  0        4,136,600
Operating Expenditures                            0                 0                  0                  0                  0        1,015,200
Total:                                            0                 0                  0                  0                  0        5,151,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                     0.00                0.00               0.00               0.00            0.00              60.40

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP                General            Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00                      0                   0                    0                    0
  1. Move Campus Ops to Public Schools                60.40              4,626,000             320,300              205,500            5,151,800
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           60.40              4,626,000             320,300              205,500            5,151,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%                   0.0%                0.0%                 0.0%                 0.0%


APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Line item 1 transfers the funding from the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind.

INTENT LANGUAGE: S1210, section 3 provided the ability to deposit General Funds into a contingency reserve fund, section 4 required
justification submitted to the Legislature for operating additional cottages on campus, and section 5 required that the school enter
agreements with those entities that use campus facilities to recoup utility and maintenance costs.

OTHER LEGISLATION: S1074 created the new Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind under Public Schools and
repealed the statutes that authorized the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind (ISDB) under OSBE. S1210 provided the appropriation for
ISDB and was acted upon before the passage of S1074. S1233 was introduced to clarify that any act of appropriation for ISDB shall mean
the new bureau. ISDB’s appropriation was then transferred to this new bureau and keeps the budget structure of both Campus Operations
and Outreach Programs.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost        Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0001-00   General                  60.40       4,096,200            529,800              0              0                 0     4,626,000
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00           2,400            181,800              0              0                 0       184,200
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00           1,300                  0              0              0                 0         1,300
   D   0481-22   D&B School (Endow         0.00               0             98,800              0              0                 0        98,800
OT D   0481-22   D&B School (Endow         0.00               0             36,000              0              0                 0        36,000
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.00          35,300            168,800              0              0                 0       204,100
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.00           1,400                  0              0              0                 0         1,400
                               Totals:    60.40       4,136,600          1,015,200              0              0                 0     5,151,800




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II. Educational Services for the Deaf & Blind: Outreach Programs
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 502 EDDC
Bill Number & Chapter: S1210 (Ch.204), S1227 (Ch.275), S1233 (Ch.326)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and Blind Outreach Programs provides support services for
school districts, hearing impaired and visually impaired students, and their families, through regional programs offered statewide.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008             FY 2009           FY 2010            FY 2010            FY 2010
                                   Total Appr            Actual           Total Appr          Request            Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                         0                 0                  0                   0                 0        2,643,000
Percent Change:
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                 0                 0                  0                   0                 0        2,386,400
Operating Expenditures                          0                 0                  0                   0                 0          256,600
Total:                                          0                 0                  0                   0                 0        2,643,000
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  0.00                 0.00               0.00               0.00            0.00              33.34

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP                General            Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00                      0                     0                 0                     0
  2. Move Outreach Prgs to Pub Schools              33.34              2,643,000                     0                 0             2,643,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         33.34              2,643,000                     0                 0             2,643,000
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                   0.0%                  0.0%              0.0%                  0.0%


APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Line item 1 transfers the funding from the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind.

INTENT LANGUAGE: S1210, section 3 provided the ability to deposit General Funds into a contingency reserve fund, section 4 required
justification submitted to the Legislature for operating additional cottages on campus, and section 5 required that the school enter
agreements with those entities that use campus facilities to recoup utility and maintenance costs.

OTHER LEGISLATION: S1074 created the new Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind under Public Schools and
repealed the statutes that authorized the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind (ISDB) under OSBE. S1210 provided the appropriation for
ISDB and was acted upon before the passage of S1074. S1233 was introduced to clarify that any act of appropriation for ISDB shall mean
the new bureau. ISDB’s appropriation was then transferred to this new bureau and keeps the budget structure of both Campus Operations
and Outreach Programs.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                  FTP     Pers. Cost        Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                    33.34       2,386,400          256,600                0              0                 0     2,643,000




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                                         State Board of Education

DEPARTMENT SUMMARY:                   FY 2008       FY 2008        FY 2009       FY 2010       FY 2010         FY 2010
                                    Total Appr       Actual      Total Appr      Request       Gov Rec         Approp
BY DIVISION
Ag Research & Ext Service            35,716,400    30,746,100     31,388,200     30,212,700    26,250,200     25,039,900
College and Universities            442,937,600   399,263,700    447,704,600    459,212,900   404,448,000    409,796,200
Community Colleges                   23,887,700    28,887,700     28,326,900     34,288,500    28,158,000     28,639,900
Deaf and Blind, ID School for the     8,431,400     8,325,200      8,452,700      9,471,100     8,042,200              0
Education, State Board of            19,882,700    12,502,600     13,656,200     15,733,700     4,180,200      4,042,100
Health Education Programs            10,459,300     9,874,800     10,633,900     11,443,300    11,036,300     10,557,200
Historical Society                    5,582,100     4,576,000      6,106,100      6,274,400     4,887,300              0
Libraries, Commission for             4,465,900     5,425,700      5,555,400      6,463,400     5,152,900              0
Prof-Tech Education                  60,614,400    60,015,300     63,631,400     69,507,900    62,080,900     62,040,100
Public Broadcasting System, Ed.       4,229,100     4,229,100      4,246,400      4,401,900     2,721,000      2,632,400
Special Programs                     12,535,800    11,800,900     12,762,700     22,692,100    10,965,500     10,847,900
Super of Public Instruction          26,308,400    16,644,300     25,413,900     26,117,700    33,072,300     34,379,200
Vocational Rehabilitation            24,675,300    23,220,400     24,699,200     26,714,000    24,882,300     27,526,700
Total:                              679,726,100   615,511,800    682,577,600    722,533,600   625,877,100    615,501,600
BY FUND SOURCE
General                             430,631,600   424,194,000    437,849,400    516,074,900   416,293,400    394,429,600
Dedicated                           191,724,800   144,992,000    194,146,400    155,522,500   159,360,300    172,337,600
Federal                              57,369,700    46,325,800     50,581,800     50,936,200    50,223,400     48,734,400
Total:                              679,726,100   615,511,800    682,577,600    722,533,600   625,877,100    615,501,600
Percent Change:                                         (9.4%)         10.9%           5.9%         (8.3%)         (9.8%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                      40,846,600   378,609,700     41,887,500    480,466,600   427,184,500     26,601,400
Operating Expenditures               35,113,100   107,835,400     35,278,000    136,204,400   126,502,000     28,431,700
Capital Outlay                        2,632,500    27,658,700      2,571,100     33,201,300    14,846,400        929,700
Trustee/Benefit                      83,701,300    55,071,900     85,861,600     72,661,300    57,344,200     82,891,600
Lump Sum                            517,432,600    46,336,100    516,979,400              0             0    476,647,200
Total:                              679,726,100   615,511,800    682,577,600    722,533,600   625,877,100    615,501,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)              5,364.01      5,395.79        5,426.52      5,628.31      5,504.34       5,296.81




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                         Agricultural Research & Extension Service
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 514 EDHA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1245 (Ch.339)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Agricultural Research and Cooperative Extension Service (ARES) scientists conduct research on the UI
campus and at thirteen centers across the state to ensure that Idaho agriculture remains productive and profitable. Results of that
research, as well as family and consumer services, are then delivered to the agricultural community and citizens of Idaho through extension
offices located in 42 of Idaho's 44 counties. [§33-2901, Idaho Code, et seq.]
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008             FY 2008          FY 2009             FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual        Total Appr            Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                27,665,700         22,719,600         31,314,000         30,162,700        26,200,200       24,989,900
Dedicated                                 346,600            322,400             74,200             50,000            50,000           50,000
Federal                                 7,704,100          7,704,100                  0                  0                 0                0
Total:                                 35,716,400         30,746,100         31,388,200         30,212,700        26,250,200       25,039,900
Percent Change:                                               (13.9%)                2.1%            (3.7%)           (16.4%)           (20.2%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                 0         19,177,500                  0         26,907,700        23,333,900                0
Operating Expenditures                     12,800          2,835,200                  0          2,805,000         2,458,800                0
Capital Outlay                                  0            745,500                  0            500,000           457,500                0
Lump Sum                               35,703,600          7,987,900         31,388,200                  0                 0       25,039,900
Total:                                 35,716,400         30,746,100         31,388,200         30,212,700        26,250,200       25,039,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   370.46            373.01               372.99           382.05           373.05             373.05
Although ARES has an estimated 373.05 full-time equivalent positions for FY 2010, there is no full-time equivalent position cap.
.
DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General              Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       372.99          28,249,200                 50,000                   0          28,299,200
  Reappropriation                                      0.00           4,946,100                 24,200                   0           4,970,300
  Rescissions                                          0.00          (1,694,800)                     0                   0          (1,694,800)
  Health Insurance Reduction                           0.00            (186,500)                     0                   0            (186,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          372.99          31,314,000                 74,200                   0          31,388,200
  Lump Sum Allocation & FTP Adjustment                 0.06                   0                      0                   0                   0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       373.05          31,314,000                 74,200                   0          31,388,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00          (4,946,100)               (24,200)                  0          (4,970,300)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00            (243,100)                     0                   0            (243,100)
FY 2010 Base                                         373.05          26,124,800                 50,000                   0          26,174,800
  Benefit Costs                                        0.00              28,000                      0                   0              28,000
  Personnel Cost Reduction                             0.00          (1,162,900)                     0                   0          (1,162,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            373.05          24,989,900                 50,000                   0          25,039,900
  Lump Sum Adjustment                                  0.00                   0                      0                   0                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          373.05          24,989,900                 50,000                   0          25,039,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%              (11.5%)                  0.0%                0.0%              (11.5%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%              (20.2%)                (32.6%)               0.0%              (20.2%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6% and reduced
General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided; and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02%. No funding was provided
for general inflation or replacement items. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal
cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the
Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of
Idaho.

ANALYST COMMENT: The University of Idaho has its own health insurance plan rather than participating in the state's group plan. The
reductions in funding for health, life and disability insurance were applied to UI even though it will not actually experience a corresponding
reduction in rates.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0001-00 General                     373.05                0               0                0             0     24,989,900      24,989,900
   D 0660-05 Equine Education              0.00                0               0                0             0         50,000          50,000
                           Totals:       373.05                0               0                0             0     25,039,900      25,039,900


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                                            College and Universities
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDGE, 511 EDGD, 511 EDGG, 512 EDGA, 513 EDGB, 513 EDGH, 514 EDGC
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1207 (Ch.207), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Idaho's four baccalaureate institutions of higher education are the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho State
University in Pocatello, Boise State University in Boise, and Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston. These institutions provide a wide
variety of undergraduate and, with the exception of LCSC, graduate degree programs to meet the personal and professional needs of the
citizens of Idaho and the state's workforce. Each institution reports to, and this statewide system of higher education is coordinated by, the
State Board of Education. [Authority: BSU: §33-4001, Idaho Code, et seq.; ISU: §33-3001, Idaho Code, et seq.; UI: Idaho Const. art. IX,
§ 10, §33-2801, Idaho Code, et seq., and §33-2901, Idaho Code, et seq.; LCSC: §33-3101, Idaho Code, et seq.]
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               264,227,700       264,210,400       266,437,100       315,925,100       257,077,300       253,278,100
Dedicated                             178,709,900       135,053,300       181,267,500       143,287,800       147,370,700       156,518,100
Total:                                442,937,600       399,263,700       447,704,600       459,212,900       404,448,000       409,796,200
Percent Change:                                                (9.9%)            12.1%               2.6%             (9.7%)            (8.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                 0       304,659,400                 0       348,466,200       309,082,200                 0
Operating Expenditures                          0        73,100,500                 0        83,035,800        81,316,500                 0
Capital Outlay                                  0        21,439,200                 0        24,785,900        11,211,500                 0
Trustee/Benefit                                 0            64,500                 0         2,925,000         2,837,800                 0
Lump Sum                              442,937,600               100       447,704,600                 0                 0       409,796,200
Total:                                442,937,600       399,263,700       447,704,600       459,212,900       404,448,000       409,796,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                3,825.60           3,854.83          3,926.38          4,080.86          3,997.82          3,981.55

Although College & Universities have an estimated 3,981.55 full-time equivalent positions for FY 2010, there is no full-time equivalent
position cap. The State Board of Education approves all new faculty and staff positions. The Legislature traditionally provides one
consolidated appropriation for all four institutions, and then the State Board of Education allocates the appropriation by formula to each
college and university.
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DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General           Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                    3,926.38         285,151,500           137,698,000                    0        422,849,500
  Reappropriation                                     0.00                   0            43,589,100                    0         43,589,100
  Rescissions                                         0.00         (16,770,800)                    0                    0        (16,770,800)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00          (1,943,600)              (19,600)                   0         (1,963,200)
  Lump Sum Adjustment                                 0.00                   0                     0                    0                  0
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                       3,926.38         266,437,100           181,267,500                    0        447,704,600
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  49.85                   0             6,562,700                    0          6,562,700
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                    3,976.23         266,437,100           187,830,200                    0        454,267,300
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   (6.55)         (7,307,600)          (45,583,400)                   0        (52,891,000)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00                   0                     0                    0                  0
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00          (3,834,900)           13,722,700                    0          9,887,800
FY 2010 Base                                      3,969.68         255,294,600           155,969,500                    0        411,264,100
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00             326,900                     0                    0            326,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00             353,100                     0                    0            353,100
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00         (11,339,500)           (2,379,400)                   0        (13,718,900)
  Endowment Adjustments                               0.00          (1,336,900)            1,336,900                    0                  0
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                         3,969.68         243,298,200           154,927,000                    0        398,225,200
  1. Occupancy Costs                                 (0.13)            (20,100)                    0                    0            (20,100)
  7. Center for Advanced Energy Studies              12.00                   0             1,591,100                    0          1,591,100
 14. Ctr for Livestock & Envtl. Studies               0.00          10,000,000                     0                    0         10,000,000
  Lump Sum Adjustment                                 0.00                   0                     0                    0                  0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                       3,981.55         253,278,100           156,518,100                    0        409,796,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               1.4%              (11.2%)                13.7%                 0.0%              (3.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  1.4%               (4.9%)               (13.7%)                0.0%              (8.5%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6% and reduced
General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: This budget reflects General Fund base reduction of 7.6% over the FY 2009 original appropriation. An
additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state

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agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. This budget included $15,313,800 from the
American Reinvestment Fund. Of that amount, $13,722,200 went to partially offset the base reduction, and the remaining $1,591,100 was
used to fund line item 7 for faculty and staff positions at the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). Line item 1 removed
occupancy costs funding for facility space that had either been demolished or was no longer eligible. Line item 14 provided $10 million the
Center for Livestock and Environmental Studies and corresponding language authorizing the transfer of $10 million from the Permanent
Building Fund to the General Fund. This project was originally funded in the FY 2008 Permanent Building Fund appropriation (H325) and
authorized in the FY 2009 Permanent Building Fund appropriation (S1498). This transfer was necessary to enable the University of Idaho
to manage the project on its own.

OTHER LEGISLATION: SJR101 proposes an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Idaho to permit the State Board of
Education, sitting as the Board of Regents of the University of Idaho, to charge tuition to the students of the University of Idaho. All other
state supported higher education institutions of Idaho, with the approval of the State Board of Education, have the authority to collect
tuition, and this amendment would specify that the University of Idaho has the same authority. This proposed constitutional amendment
will be on the 2010 general election ballot.

ANALYST COMMENT: The University of Idaho has its own health insurance plan rather than participating in the state's group plan. The
reductions in funding for health, life and disability insurance were applied to UI even though it will not actually experience a corresponding
reduction in rates.

STUDENT FEES: The Idaho State Board of Education set and approved tuition and fees for the 2009-2010 academic year as follows:
  > University of Idaho: $4,934 for matriculation fees annually or a 6.5% increase.
  > Boise State University: $4,864 for tuition and fees annually or a 5.0% increase.
  > Idaho State University: $4,968 for tuition and fees annually or a 6.5% increase.
  > Lewis Clark State College: $4,596 for tuition and fees annually or a 7.0% increase.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP      Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0001-00   General                 3,892.25              0               0               0               0   243,278,100      243,278,100
OT G   0001-00   General                     0.00              0               0               0               0    10,000,000       10,000,000
   D   0346-00   American Reinvest          12.00              0               0               0               0    15,313,800       15,313,800
   D   0481-02   Ag College Income           0.00              0               0               0               0       850,800          850,800
   D   0481-03   Charitable Institutions     0.00              0               0               0               0       790,400          790,400
   D   0481-04   Normal School               0.00              0               0               0               0     2,661,600        2,661,600
   D   0481-06   Scientific School           0.00              0               0               0               0     2,984,400        2,984,400
   D   0481-08   University Income           0.00              0               0               0               0     2,329,200        2,329,200
   D   0650-00   Unrestricted               77.30              0               0               0               0   106,331,100      106,331,100
OT D   0650-00   Unrestricted                0.00              0               0               0               0     1,407,000        1,407,000
   D   0660-00   Restricted                  0.00              0               0               0               0    23,670,600       23,670,600
OT D   0660-00   Restricted                  0.00              0               0               0               0       179,200          179,200
                                 Totals: 3,981.55              0               0               0               0   409,796,200      409,796,200




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                                                  Community Colleges
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDFB, 501 EDFC, 501 EDFD
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H309 (Ch.254), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Idaho's three community colleges, College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, College of Western Idaho in
Nampa, and North Idaho College in Coeur d'Alene, provide two-year academic degrees, programs for continuing adult education,
cooperative training and educational programs with regional high schools and four-year institutions, workforce training and various
community services. The two-year professional-technical degrees and shorter term certificates and training that are available at the
community colleges are funded with pass-through money from the Division of Professional-Technical Education appropriation. Besides
state support in the form of this appropriation of General Funds and liquor funds, the three colleges receive local property tax support, and
fees (up to $500 per semester, per student) paid by other counties whose residents attend one of the community colleges. [Statutory
Authority: §33-2101, Idaho Code, et seq.]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009             FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr            Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 23,587,700       28,587,700          27,730,600       33,688,500        27,558,000        26,407,000
Dedicated                                  300,000          300,000             596,300          600,000           600,000         2,232,900
Total:                                  23,887,700       28,887,700          28,326,900       34,288,500        28,158,000        28,639,900
Percent Change:                                                20.9%               (1.9%)          21.0%             (0.6%)              1.1%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                  0       17,650,500                   0       23,504,600        20,539,900             7,700
Operating Expenditures                           0        3,709,100                   0        6,954,600         5,622,000                 0
Capital Outlay                                   0        2,528,100                   0        3,829,300         1,996,100                 0
Trustee/Benefit                         23,887,700        5,000,000          28,326,900                0                 0        28,632,200
Total:                                  23,887,700       28,887,700          28,326,900       34,288,500        28,158,000        28,639,900

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General            Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00         29,666,400                600,000                   0         30,266,400
  Rescissions                                          0.00         (1,774,900)                     0                   0         (1,774,900)
  Health Insurance Reduction                           0.00           (160,900)                (3,700)                  0           (164,600)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            0.00         27,730,600                596,300                   0         28,326,900
  Lump Sum Allocation/Object Transfer                  0.00                  0                      0                   0                  0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                         0.00         27,730,600                596,300                   0         28,326,900
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00           (105,000)                     0                   0           (105,000)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00           (255,300)             1,640,200                   0          1,384,900
FY 2010 Base                                           0.00         27,370,300              2,236,500                   0         29,606,800
  Benefit Costs                                        0.00             35,400                   (200)                  0             35,200
  Inflationary Adjustments                             0.00                  0                  8,200                   0              8,200
  Personnel Cost Reduction                             0.00           (998,700)               (11,600)                  0         (1,010,300)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              0.00         26,407,000              2,232,900                   0         28,639,900
  Lump Sum Adjustment                                  0.00                  0                      0                   0                  0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            0.00         26,407,000              2,232,900                   0         28,639,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%             (11.0%)                272.2%                0.0%              (5.4%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%              (4.8%)                274.5%                0.0%               1.1%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6% and reduced
General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: General Fund base reduction of 7.4% over the FY 2009 original appropriation. An additional $240 per
FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by
0.02% to reflect actual costs. Dedicated fund spending authority was provided for general inflation. All state agency personnel costs were
reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that
equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety,
and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. This budget included $1,640,200 from the American Reinvestment Fund to
partially offset the base reduction. Of the total appropriation, $4,586,200 was allocated to CWI, with the remaining amount allocated to
CSI and NIC based on the formula agreed to by the two institutions.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0001-00   General                   0.00               0                0              0    26,407,000                 0   26,407,000
   D   0346-00   American Reinvest         0.00               0                0              0     1,640,200                 0    1,640,200
   D   0506-00   Community College         0.00               0                0              0       585,000                 0      585,000
OT D   0506-00   Community College         0.00           7,700                0              0             0                 0        7,700
                              Totals:      0.00           7,700                0              0    28,632,200                 0   28,639,900




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                            Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008      FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010      FY 2010          FY 2010
                                       Total Appr      Actual         Total Appr           Request      Gov Rec          Approp
BY PROGRAM
Campus Operations                        5,917,900    5,558,400          5,432,000         5,981,900     5,264,200               0
Outreach Services                        2,513,500    2,766,800          3,020,700         3,489,200     2,778,000               0
Total:                                   8,431,400    8,325,200          8,452,700         9,471,100     8,042,200               0
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  8,105,300    8,005,600          7,944,900         9,055,700     7,627,400               0
Dedicated                                  174,600      170,500            300,100           262,300       262,200               0
Federal                                    151,500      149,100            207,700           153,100       152,600               0
Total:                                   8,431,400    8,325,200          8,452,700         9,471,100     8,042,200               0
Percent Change:                                             (1.3%)              1.5%           12.0%         (4.9%)        (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          7,070,900    6,691,600          7,154,100         7,666,500     6,720,000               0
Operating Expenditures                   1,238,500    1,397,200          1,222,500         1,580,900     1,322,200               0
Capital Outlay                             122,000      236,400             76,100           223,700             0               0
Total:                                   8,431,400    8,325,200          8,452,700         9,471,100     8,042,200               0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  119.52          119.52              93.74           93.74         93.74            0.00


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                                                   FTP              Gen                     Ded             Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                    93.74        8,503,700                190,100         152,700         8,846,500
Omnibus Supplemental                               0.00                0                110,000          55,000           165,000
Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00          (46,900)                      0               0          (46,900)
Rescissions                                        0.00         (511,900)                      0               0         (511,900)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                       93.74        7,944,900                300,100         207,700         8,452,700
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00          (99,100)                      0               0          (99,100)
Base Adjustments                                   0.00                0                 64,600                0           64,600
Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00         (284,100)               (50,000)               0         (334,100)
FY 2010 Base                                      93.74        7,561,700                314,700         207,700         8,084,100
Benefit Costs                                      0.00           29,900                       0            (100)          29,800
Inflationary Adjustments                           0.00                0                   7,500               0            7,500
Replacement Items                                  0.00                0                       0               0                0
Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00            9,600                       0               0            9,600
Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00         (332,200)                 (1,900)         (2,100)        (336,200)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                       93.74        7,269,000                320,300         205,500         7,794,800
Line Items                                       (93.74)      (7,269,000)              (320,300)       (205,500)       (7,794,800)
FY 2010 Total                                      0.00                0                       0               0                0
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                (100.0%)          (100.0%)               (100.0%)        (100.0%)          (100.0%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.               (100.0%)             (100.0%)            (100.0%)        (100.0%)          (100.0%)




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I. Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind: Campus Operations
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 502 EDDA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1210 (Ch.204), S1227 (Ch.275), S1233 (Ch.326)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The School for the Deaf and the Blind's Campus Operations program provides educational and life skills
opportunities for the hearing impaired and visually impaired youth of Idaho (through age 21) via a residential campus in Gooding.
Beginning in FY 2010 this program was transferred to Public Schools.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 5,591,800         5,238,800          4,924,200        5,566,500          4,849,400                    0
Dedicated                                 174,600           170,500            300,100          262,300            262,200                    0
Federal                                   151,500           149,100            207,700          153,100            152,600                    0
Total:                                  5,917,900         5,558,400          5,432,000        5,981,900          5,264,200                    0
Percent Change:                                                (6.1%)            (2.3%)            10.1%             (3.1%)          (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         4,894,300         4,303,600          4,415,200        4,653,300          4,198,600                    0
Operating Expenditures                  1,003,600         1,120,400            987,600        1,213,900          1,065,600                    0
Capital Outlay                             20,000           134,400             29,200          114,700                  0                    0
Total:                                  5,917,900         5,558,400          5,432,000        5,981,900          5,264,200                    0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    83.38             83.38             61.40             60.40             60.40              0.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General           Dedicated             Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  61.40        5,392,700             190,100             152,700          5,735,500
  Rescissions                                    0.00         (437,800)                   0                   0          (437,800)
  Omnibus Supplemental                           0.00                 0            110,000              55,000            165,000
  Health Insurance Reduction                     0.00          (30,700)                   0                   0            (30,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     61.40        4,924,200             300,100             207,700          5,432,000
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures               0.00          (52,200)                   0                   0            (52,200)
  Base Adjustments                              (1.00)        (125,200)             64,600                    0            (60,600)
  Additional Base Adjustment                     0.00           58,000             (50,000)                   0              8,000
FY 2010 Base                                    60.40        4,804,800             314,700             207,700          5,327,200
  Benefit Costs                                  0.00           18,800                    0                (100)            18,700
  Inflationary Adjustments                       0.00                 0               7,500                   0              7,500
  Statewide Cost Allocation                      0.00            9,600                    0                   0              9,600
  Personnel Cost Reduction                       0.00         (207,200)              (1,900)             (2,100)         (211,200)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                       60.40        4,626,000             320,300             205,500          5,151,800
  1. Move Campus Operations - Public Schools   (60.40)      (4,626,000)           (320,300)           (205,500)        (5,151,800)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                      0.00                 0                   0                   0                  0
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.      (100.0%)          (100.0%)            (100.0%)            (100.0%)            (100.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.         (100.0%)          (100.0%)            (100.0%)            (100.0%)            (100.0%)
 SUPPLEMENTAL: Section 7 of H250 increased dedicated spending authority by $165,000 for FY 2009. Of this amount $90,000 is
 ongoing and $75,000 is one-time.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; and reduced
General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 1 transfers the funding for Campus
Operations to the new Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and Blind under Public Schools.

INTENT LANGUAGE: Section 3 of S1210 provided the ability to deposit General Funds into a contingency reserve fund, section 4
required justification submitted to the Legislature for operating additional cottages on campus, and section 5 required that the school enter
agreements with those entities that use campus facilities to recoup utility and maintenance costs.

OTHER LEGISLATION: S1074 created the new Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind under Public Schools and
repealed the statutes that authorized the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind (ISDB) under OSBE. S1210 provided the appropriation for
ISDB and was acted upon before the passage of S1074. S1233 was introduced to clarify that any act of appropriation for ISDB shall mean
the new bureau. ISDB’s appropriation was then transferred to this new bureau and keeps the budget structure of both Campus Operations
and Outreach Programs.


2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                1 - 21                                                   Analyst: Headlee
II. Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind: Outreach Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 502 EDDC
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1210 (Ch.204), S1227 (Ch.275), S1233 (Ch.326)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The School for the Deaf and the Blind's Outreach Services program provides support services for school
districts, hearing impaired and visually impaired students, and their families, through regional programs offered statewide. Beginning in FY
2010 this program was transferred to Public Schools.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008             FY 2009         FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual           Total Appr        Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 2,513,500          2,766,800           3,020,700        3,489,200         2,778,000                 0
Percent Change:                                                10.1%                9.2%            15.5%             (8.0%)          (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         2,176,600          2,388,000           2,738,900        3,013,200         2,521,400                     0
Operating Expenditures                    234,900            276,800             234,900          367,000           256,600                     0
Capital Outlay                            102,000            102,000              46,900          109,000                 0                     0
Total:                                  2,513,500          2,766,800           3,020,700        3,489,200         2,778,000                     0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    36.14               36.14             32.34            33.34             33.34               0.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General           Dedicated            Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                          32.34             3,111,000                 0                    0           3,111,000
  Rescissions                                            0.00               (74,100)                0                    0             (74,100)
  Health Insurance Reduction                             0.00               (16,200)                0                    0             (16,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                             32.34             3,020,700                 0                    0           3,020,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                       0.00               (46,900)                0                    0             (46,900)
  Base Adjustments                                       1.00               125,200                 0                    0             125,200
  Additional Base Adjustment                             0.00              (342,100)                0                    0            (342,100)
FY 2010 Base                                            33.34             2,756,900                 0                    0           2,756,900
  Benefit Costs                                          0.00                11,100                 0                    0              11,100
  Personnel Cost Reduction                               0.00              (125,000)                0                    0            (125,000)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                               33.34             2,643,000                 0                    0           2,643,000
  1. Move Outreach Srvs to Public Schools              (33.34)           (2,643,000)                0                    0          (2,643,000)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                              0.00                     0                 0                    0                   0
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              (100.0%)               (100.0%)             0.0%                 0.0%             (100.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 (100.0%)               (100.0%)             0.0%                 0.0%             (100.0%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 1 transfers the funding for Outreach
Services to the new Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and Blind under Public Schools.

INTENT LANGUAGE: Section 3 of S1210 provided the ability to deposit General Funds into a contingency reserve fund, section 4
required justification submitted to the Legislature for operating additional cottages on campus, and section 5 required that the school enter
agreements with those entities that use campus facilities to recoup utility and maintenance costs.

OTHER LEGISLATION: S1074 created the new Bureau of Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind under Public Schools and
repealed the statutes that authorized the Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind (ISDB) under OSBE. S1210 provided the appropriation for
ISDB and was acted upon before the passage of S1074. S1233 was introduced to clarify that any act of appropriation for ISDB shall mean
the new bureau. ISDB’s appropriation was then transferred to this new bureau and keeps the budget structure of both Campus Programs
and Outreach Programs.
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                             Office of the State Board of Education
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDAA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1230 (Ch.291)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Office of the State Board of Education (OSBE) provides professional staff support to the eight member
State Board of Education in fiscal, academic, legal, policy and personnel areas. The State Board of Education is responsible for the
general supervision, governance, and control of Idaho's public education system from kindergarten through the doctoral level. [Authority:
Idaho Const. art. IX, § 2; §33-101, Idaho Code, et seq.]
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010        FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr           Request        Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               10,820,700         5,675,200            4,809,900          6,552,800      2,374,600         2,246,400
Dedicated                                525,400           290,700              161,000            185,600        185,100            89,500
Federal                                8,536,600         6,536,700            8,685,300          8,995,300      1,620,500         1,706,200
Total:                                19,882,700        12,502,600           13,656,200         15,733,700      4,180,200         4,042,100
Percent Change:                                                (37.1%)               9.2%           15.2%          (69.4%)           (70.4%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        2,111,700         1,633,900            2,015,300          2,429,100      1,644,000            13,100
Operating Expenditures                10,506,900        10,155,500            9,681,500         11,283,500      2,242,900                 0
Capital Outlay                             2,000                 0                    0              1,500          1,500                 0
Trustee/Benefit                        6,962,100           439,800            1,959,400          2,019,600        291,800                 0
Lump Sum                                 300,000           273,400                    0                  0              0         4,029,000
Total:                                19,882,700        12,502,600           13,656,200         15,733,700      4,180,200         4,042,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   27.00              27.00              28.00             30.00           22.50             23.50

In accordance with §67-3519, Idaho Code, this division is authorized no more than 23.5 full-time equivalent positions at any point during
the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.
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DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General              Dedicated         Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       28.00              5,127,000              161,000        8,689,800          13,977,800
  Rescissions                                          0.00              (307,600)                   0                0            (307,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                           0.00                (9,500)                   0           (4,500)            (14,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          28.00              4,809,900              161,000        8,685,300          13,656,200
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                    0.50                     0               24,600          305,500             330,100
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       28.50              4,809,900              185,600        8,990,800          13,986,300
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    (0.50)                    0              (24,600)        (305,500)           (330,100)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00               (44,900)            (103,900)               0            (148,800)
FY 2010 Base                                         28.00              4,765,000               57,100        8,685,300          13,507,400
  Benefit Costs                                        0.00                10,300                  100            1,000              11,400
  Inflationary Adjustments                             0.00               154,000                    0                0             154,000
  Statewide Cost Allocation                            0.00                18,100                    0                0              18,100
  Personnel Cost Reduction                             0.00               (71,800)                (800)         (18,700)            (91,300)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            28.00              4,875,600               56,400        8,667,600          13,599,600
  4. College Access Grant                              0.50                     0               24,100          305,000             329,100
  6. Gov's Initiative: SBOE Reorg                     (3.00)                    0                    0       (2,854,100)         (2,854,100)
  7. Gov's Initiative: SBOE Reorg                     (3.00)           (2,583,700)                   0       (4,412,300)         (6,996,000)
  8. Accountability FTP                                0.00                     0                    0                0                   0
  9. Proprietary Schools FTP                           1.00                36,000                9,000                0              45,000
 10. Admin. Assist. FTP                                0.00                     0                    0                0                   0
 11. Eliminate Grant Pgm                               0.00               (81,500)                   0                0             (81,500)
  Lump Sum or Other Adjustments                        0.00                     0                    0                0                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          23.50              2,246,400               89,500        1,706,200           4,042,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             (16.1%)                (56.2%)              (44.4%)          (80.4%)             (71.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                (16.1%)                (53.3%)              (44.4%)          (80.4%)             (70.4%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6% and reduced
General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: General Fund base reduction of 7.1% over the FY 2009 original appropriation. An additional $240 per
FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by
0.02% to reflect actual costs. General inflation for assessment was funded. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently
by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General
Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state
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services to the citizens of Idaho. This budget included seven line items. Line item 4 provided spending authority for administration of the
federal College Access Grant. Line item 6 transferred administration of the Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness Undergraduate
Program (GEARUP) to the State Department of Education. Line item 7 transferred student assessment responsibilities to the State
Department of Education. Line item 8 authorized moving $81,900 from operating to personnel to fund an accountability position. Line
item 9 authorized and funded a proprietary schools oversight position. Line item 10 authorized moving $46,600 from operating to
personnel to fund an administrative assistant position. Line item 11 eliminated funding for the Innovative Grant Program for a General
Fund savings of $81,500.

ANALYST COMMENTS: The transfer of assessment responsibilities was a recommendation from the Governor in an effort to focus the
State Board of Education on policy instead of programs. DFM brokered negotiations between OSBE and the State Department of
Education (SDE) for the transfer. OSBE brought $2,629,700 to the table available for transfer, but SDE requested $2,774,900. DFM
compromised by splitting the difference in the amount of $2,702,300. After holdbacks, health insurance reductions ($500 per FTP) and
base reductions, the amount transferred was reduced to $2,583,700. OSBE was allowed to retain $85,000 for an accountability position,
and SDE was appropriated an additional $170,000 of ongoing General Funds for two new assessment positions (the total amount
appropriated for SDE then was $2,753,700).

OSBE claimed that the General Fund amount transferred from OSBE to SDE included $127,900, which was originally appropriated in FY
2008 to support two FTP to assist with planning the transition of deaf and blind education to a new service delivery model (there was a
corresponding $129,000 General Fund base reduction in the School for the Deaf and the Blind FY 2008 appropriation). However, after the
FY 2010 budgets for OSBE and SDE were set, SDE disputed that the deaf and blind transition function was to be included in the
assessment transfer and declined to assume responsibility for that function. SDE took the position that all funding it received in the
transfer from OSBE was needed, and would be used, for assessment. The issue was further complicated by the passage of S1074, which
replaced the School for the Deaf and the Blind with a new Bureau of Education Services for the Deaf and the Blind -- a quasi-
governmental entity governed by an independent board of directors. Ultimately, funding for a deaf and blind transition coordinator
remained unresolved upon adjournment.

Based on a reconstructed assessment budget back to the original FY 2001 supplemental appropriation, LSO and OSBE agreed to the
following:

Assessment Base (less holdbacks and base reductions) = 2,894,900 (or $3,022,800 including Deaf & Blind funding)
Actual Amount Transferred for Assessment = $2,583,700
Difference = $311,200 (or $439,100 including Deaf & Blind funding)

While an exact accounting of the difference remaining (i.e. base less transferred amount) was not possible, potential reasons for the
difference could include: ongoing pay increases from salary savings in years when no CEC was funded (as specifically authorized by the
Legislature in fiscal years 2003 and 2004) and transfers of assessment funds to other functions within OSBE.

OTHER LEGISLATION: S1011 and S1013 moved the Idaho State Historical Society and the Commission for Libraries, respectively, out
from under the jurisdiction of the State Board of Education and into the Department of Self-Governing Agencies. Both entities will operate
under the governance of their own boards of trustees.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0001-00   General                  19.77              0               0              0               0     2,246,400        2,246,400
   D   0125-00   Indirect Cost Recov       0.13              0               0              0               0        19,100           19,100
OT D   0125-00   Indirect Cost Recov       0.00            400               0              0               0        24,100           24,500
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.52              0               0              0               0        45,700           45,700
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00            200               0              0               0             0              200
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             2.58              0               0              0               0     1,388,700        1,388,700
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.50         12,500               0              0               0       305,000          317,500
                                Totals:   23.50         13,100               0              0               0     4,029,000        4,042,100




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                                       Health Education Programs

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008         FY 2008         FY 2009           FY 2010        FY 2010        FY 2010
                                       Total Appr         Actual       Total Appr          Request        Gov Rec        Approp
BY PROGRAM
W-I Veterinary Education                 1,843,700       1,843,700       1,870,700         1,946,000       1,868,600     1,839,700
WWAMI Medical Education                  3,869,400       3,506,300       4,088,200         3,902,800       3,806,900     3,775,300
Idaho Dental Education                   1,350,200       1,219,100       1,491,200         1,542,300       1,403,000     1,402,300
Univ. of Utah Med. Ed.                   1,136,800       1,054,600       1,225,800         1,275,000       1,200,000     1,200,000
Family Medicine Residencies              1,984,400       1,981,700       1,633,900         2,426,600       2,407,200     1,989,300
WICHE                                      234,200         228,800         242,200           245,800         245,800       245,800
Psychiatry Residency                        40,600          40,600          81,900           104,800         104,800       104,800
Total:                                  10,459,300       9,874,800      10,633,900        11,443,300      11,036,300    10,557,200
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  9,240,100       9,123,200       9,567,300        10,793,900      10,408,300     9,939,300
Dedicated                                1,219,200         751,600       1,066,600           649,400         628,000       617,900
Total:                                  10,459,300       9,874,800      10,633,900        11,443,300      11,036,300    10,557,200
Percent Change:                                              (5.6%)            7.7%                7.6%         3.8%         (0.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          2,144,700       2,022,800       2,253,800         2,622,100       2,550,400     2,134,800
Operating Expenditures                   1,898,500       1,776,400       2,132,300         1,904,700       1,830,700     1,797,500
Capital Outlay                              25,900          51,000           5,900             5,500           5,500         5,500
Trustee/Benefit                          5,973,500       6,024,600       6,241,900         6,911,000       6,649,700     6,619,400
Lump Sum                                   416,700               0               0                 0               0             0
Total:                                  10,459,300       9,874,800      10,633,900        11,443,300      11,036,300    10,557,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    20.39           20.39            20.39           24.04           23.04         21.04


The FY 2010 appropriation for all of the Health Education Programs includes reappropriation authority that allows FY 2009
unexpended and unencumbered non-General Fund moneys to be carried over into FY 2010 for one-time expenses.

In accordance with §67-3519, Idaho Code, this division is authorized no more than 21.04 full-time equivalent positions at
any point during the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 for the programs specified.
                                                      FTP            Gen                   Ded               Fed            Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       20.39      9,459,900               574,100                0       10,034,000
Reappropriation                                       0.00        116,900               493,200                0          610,100
Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00         (9,500)                 (700)               0          (10,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          20.39      9,567,300             1,066,600                0       10,633,900
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                    0.00              0                22,000                0           22,000
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       20.39      9,567,300             1,088,600                0       10,655,900
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00       (116,900)             (493,200)               0         (610,100)
Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00        (93,500)                    0                0          (93,500)
FY 2010 Base                                         20.39      9,356,900               595,400                0        9,952,300
Benefit Costs                                         0.00            300                  (100)               0              200
Inflationary Adjustments                              0.00        313,400                32,600                0          346,000
Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00        (88,700)              (10,000)               0          (98,700)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                          20.39      9,581,900               617,900                0       10,199,800
Line Items                                            0.65        357,400                     0                0          357,400
FY 2010 Total                                        21.04      9,939,300               617,900                0       10,557,200
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                       3.2%           5.1%                  7.6%                              5.2%
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     3.2%              3.9%              (42.1%)                            (0.7%)




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I. Health Education Programs: Washington-Idaho Veterinary Education
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 514 EDIA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H308 (Ch.253), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The W-I (Washington-Idaho) Veterinary Education Program provides 11 Idaho students each year with
access to veterinary medical education through a cooperative agreement between the University of Idaho and Washington State University
School of Veterinary Medicine. A total of 44 Idaho students can be enrolled in this four-year program. [Statutory Authority: §33-3720,
Idaho Code]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                     FY 2008           FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                   Total Appr           Actual          Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                1,743,700       1,743,700           1,770,700          1,846,000         1,768,600        1,739,700
Dedicated                                100,000         100,000             100,000            100,000           100,000          100,000
Total:                                 1,843,700       1,843,700           1,870,700          1,946,000         1,868,600        1,839,700
Percent Change:                                               0.0%                1.5%               4.0%           (0.1%)           (1.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          536,300         536,300             555,400            578,600           556,900          528,000
Operating Expenditures                 1,187,400       1,187,400           1,215,300          1,267,400         1,211,700        1,211,700
Capital Outlay                            20,000          20,000                   0                  0                 0                0
Trustee/Benefit                          100,000         100,000             100,000            100,000           100,000          100,000
Total:                                 1,843,700       1,843,700           1,870,700          1,946,000         1,868,600        1,839,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   6.92              6.92                6.92               6.92            6.92             6.92

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                             FTP               General             Dedicated              Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      6.92             1,774,200              100,000                   0          1,874,200
  Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00                (3,500)                   0                   0             (3,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         6.92             1,770,700              100,000                   0          1,870,700
  Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00               (32,000)                   0                   0            (32,000)
FY 2010 Base                                        6.92             1,738,700              100,000                   0          1,838,700
  Benefit Costs                                     0.00                   400                    0                   0                400
  Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                28,400                    0                   0             28,400
  Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00               (27,800)                   0                   0            (27,800)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         6.92             1,739,700              100,000                   0          1,839,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             0.0%                 (1.9%)                0.0%                0.0%              (1.8%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                0.0%                 (1.8%)                0.0%                0.0%              (1.7%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items, but
inflationary increases were funded which reflected annual contract adjustments that cover the increased cost of Idaho's contract with
Washington State University. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored
by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office,
to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost     Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                      6.92      528,000          1,211,700               0              0                0   1,739,700
   D 0660-00 Restricted                   0.00            0                  0               0        100,000                0     100,000
                             Totals:      6.92      528,000          1,211,700               0        100,000                0   1,839,700




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II. Health Education Programs: WWAMI Medical Education
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 514 EDIB
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H308 (Ch.253), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The WWAMI (Washington-Wyoming-Alaska-Montana-Idaho) Medical Education Program provides the
opportunity for 20 Idaho residents each year to attend medical school through a cooperative agreement with the University of Washington,
for a total of 80 Idaho students enrolled in this four-year program. [Statutory Authority: §33-3720, Idaho Code]
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009              FY 2010          FY 2010          FY 2010
                                   Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr             Request          Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               3,368,600         3,368,600           3,375,100           3,526,800        3,430,900        3,405,200
Dedicated                               500,800           137,700             713,100             376,000          376,000          370,100
Total:                                3,869,400         3,506,300           4,088,200           3,902,800        3,806,900        3,775,300
Percent Change:                                             (9.4%)                  16.6%            (4.5%)          (6.9%)           (7.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         727,500           693,300             751,200             779,600          875,900          668,100
Operating Expenditures                  421,200           171,200             604,000             265,900          248,900          249,900
Capital Outlay                                0            29,900                   0                   0                0                0
Trustee/Benefit                       2,720,700         2,611,900           2,733,000           2,857,300        2,682,100        2,857,300
Total:                                3,869,400         3,506,300           4,088,200           3,902,800        3,806,900        3,775,300
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  6.57                6.57                 6.57                6.57          6.57             6.57

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP               General               Dedicated            Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       6.57             3,378,400                341,200                 0          3,719,600
  Reappropriation                                    0.00                      0               371,900                 0            371,900
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00                 (3,300)                     0                0              (3,300)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          6.57             3,375,100                713,100                 0          4,088,200
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  0.00                      0                  2,200                0               2,200
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       6.57             3,375,100                715,300                 0          4,090,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00                      0              (371,900)                0           (371,900)
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00                (61,500)                     0                0             (61,500)
FY 2010 Base                                         6.57             3,313,600                343,400                 0          3,657,000
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                   (100)                     0                0                (100)
  Inflationary Adjustments                           0.00               116,700                 32,600                 0            149,300
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00                (25,000)                (5,900)               0             (30,900)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          6.57             3,405,200                370,100                 0          3,775,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                   0.8%                   8.5%             0.0%                1.5%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                   0.9%                (48.1%)             0.0%               (7.7%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items, but
inflationary increases were funded which reflected annual contract adjustments that cover the increased cost of Idaho's contract with the
University of Washington. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by
2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to
be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                  FTP       Pers. Cost     Oper Exp             Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                     Total
   G 0001-00 General                     6.57        475,200            72,700                  0    2,857,300                0   3,405,200
   D 0650-99 Unrestricted (Unctrl)       0.00        188,900           177,200                  0            0                0     366,100
OT D 0650-99 Unrestricted (Unctrl)       0.00          4,000                 0                  0            0                0       4,000
                            Totals:      6.57        668,100           249,900                  0    2,857,300                0   3,775,300




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              1 - 27                                                   Analyst: Freeman
III. Health Education Programs: Idaho Dental Education Program
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 513 EDIC
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H308 (Ch.253), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Idaho Dental Education Program (IDEP) provides access to postgraduate dental education for eight
Idaho students annually through a cooperative program at Idaho State University and Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. A total of
32 Idaho students can be enrolled in this four-year program. [Statutory Authority: §33-3720, Idaho Code]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009             FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                   Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr            Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                1,148,500        1,119,200           1,237,700          1,368,900         1,251,000         1,254,500
Dedicated                               201,700             99,900           253,500               173,400         152,000          147,800
Total:                                 1,350,200        1,219,100           1,491,200          1,542,300         1,403,000         1,402,300
Percent Change:                                               (9.7%)               22.3%               3.4%          (5.9%)            (6.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         424,200            328,100           474,500               510,000         383,100          366,300
Operating Expenditures                    25,000            19,300               40,200             26,300          25,000           25,000
Capital Outlay                             5,900                 0                 5,900             5,500           5,500             5,500
Trustee/Benefit                         895,100            871,700           970,600           1,000,500           989,400         1,005,500
Total:                                 1,350,200        1,219,100           1,491,200          1,542,300         1,403,000         1,402,300
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   3.25               3.25                 3.25               4.25           3.25             3.25

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP               General              Dedicated             Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      3.25              1,209,300               132,900                  0           1,342,200
  Reappropriation                                   0.00                 29,300               121,300                  0             150,600
  Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00                   (900)                  (700)                0              (1,600)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         3.25              1,237,700               253,500                  0           1,491,200
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                 0.00                      0                19,800                  0              19,800
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      3.25              1,237,700               273,300                  0           1,511,000
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00                (29,300)             (121,300)                 0            (150,600)
FY 2010 Base                                        3.25              1,208,400               152,000                  0           1,360,400
  Benefit Costs                                     0.00                    100                   (100)                0                   0
  Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 42,200                      0                 0              42,200
  Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00                (12,300)                (4,100)                0             (16,400)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           3.25              1,238,400               147,800                  0           1,386,200
  8. IDEP contract increase                         0.00                 16,100                      0                 0              16,100
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         3.25              1,254,500               147,800                  0           1,402,300
% Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                   3.7%                 11.2%               0.0%                4.5%
% Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                   1.4%                (41.7%)              0.0%               (6.0%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010;
and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or
replacement items, but inflationary increases were funded which reflected annual contract adjustments that cover the increased cost of
Idaho's contract with Creighton University. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal
cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the
Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of
Idaho. Line item 8 funded increased contract costs for the Idaho Dental Education Program which were not covered in the inflationary
adjustments.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                      1.75       234,000            15,000                 0     1,005,500                0     1,254,500
   D 0650-00 Unrestricted                 1.50       129,600            10,000             5,500             0                0       145,100
OT D 0650-00 Unrestricted                 0.00         2,700                 0                 0             0                0         2,700
                             Totals:      3.25       366,300            25,000             5,500     1,005,500                0     1,402,300




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              1 - 28                                                     Analyst: Freeman
IV. Health Education Programs: University of Utah Medical Education
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDID
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H308 (Ch.253), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The University of Utah Medical School Program provides opportunities for eight Idaho students annually to
attend medical school through a cooperative agreement with the University of Utah. A total of 30 Idaho students can be enrolled in this
four-year program. [Statutory Authority: §33-3720, Idaho Code]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr          Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                1,136,800         1,054,600         1,225,800        1,275,000         1,200,000         1,200,000
Percent Change:                                              (7.2%)            16.2%             4.0%             (2.1%)            (2.1%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                        1,136,800         1,054,600         1,225,800        1,275,000         1,200,000         1,200,000

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP              General           Dedicated              Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00            1,143,600                    0                  0           1,143,600
  Reappropriation                                    0.00               82,200                    0                  0              82,200
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          0.00            1,225,800                    0                  0           1,225,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00              (82,200)                   0                  0             (82,200)
FY 2010 Base                                         0.00            1,143,600                    0                  0           1,143,600
  Inflationary Adjustments                           0.00               56,400                    0                  0              56,400
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          0.00            1,200,000                    0                  0           1,200,000
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                 4.9%                 0.0%               0.0%                4.9%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                (2.1%)                0.0%               0.0%               (2.1%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Inflationary increases were funded which reflected annual contract adjustments that cover the
increased cost of Idaho's contract with the University of Utah School of Medicine.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp        Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                      0.00               0              0              0      1,200,000                0     1,200,000




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              1 - 29                                                 Analyst: Freeman
V. Health Education Programs: Family Medicine Residencies
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDIE, 513 EDIF
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H308 (Ch.253), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Idaho's two Family Medicine Residency programs, the Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency in
Pocatello and the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise, deliver the final three years of formal family physician training to newly-
graduated medical doctors. The goal is to produce family doctors to practice in Idaho's underserved rural areas. The ISU program has up
to 18 residents in training and graduates four to six family physicians each year. The Boise program has up to 30 residents and graduates
eight to ten annually. [Statutory Authority: §33-3720, Idaho Code]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008              FY 2009             FY 2010           FY 2010             FY 2010
                                   Total Appr            Actual            Total Appr            Request           Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               1,567,700         1,567,700             1,633,900          2,426,600         2,407,200           1,989,300
Dedicated                               416,700              414,000                    0                   0                0                0
Total:                                1,984,400         1,981,700             1,633,900          2,426,600         2,407,200           1,989,300
Percent Change:                                                (0.1%)             (17.6%)              48.5%           47.3%               21.8%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         456,700              465,100            472,700              753,900         734,500            572,400
Operating Expenditures                  264,900              398,500            272,800              345,100         345,100            310,900
Capital Outlay                                   0             1,100                    0                   0                0                0
Trustee/Benefit                         846,100         1,117,000               888,400          1,327,600         1,327,600           1,106,000
Lump Sum                                416,700                 0                     0                  0                 0                   0
Total:                                1,984,400         1,981,700             1,633,900          2,426,600         2,407,200           1,989,300
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   3.65                3.65                  3.65               6.30           6.30               4.30

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General               Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        3.65             1,635,700                        0                0             1,635,700
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00                  (1,800)                     0                0                (1,800)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           3.65             1,633,900                        0                0             1,633,900
FY 2010 Base                                          3.65             1,633,900                        0                0             1,633,900
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                    (100)                     0                0                  (100)
  Inflationary Adjustments                            0.00                 60,700                       0                0                60,700
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00                (23,600)                      0                0               (23,600)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             3.65             1,670,900                        0                0             1,670,900
  3. Phase 2 Residency Expansion                      0.65               145,200                        0                0               145,200
  4. Phase 2 Residency Expansion                      0.00               173,200                        0                0               173,200
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           4.30             1,989,300                        0                0             1,989,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              17.8%                   21.6%                   0.0%             0.0%                 21.6%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 17.8%                   21.8%                   0.0%             0.0%                 21.8%

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010;
and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. Funding for medical inflation was provided. All
state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items 3 and 4 provide ongoing base
funding in support of expansion of Idaho's two family medicine residency programs. This expansion began as a Governor's Initiative in FY
2008 with one-time Millennium Funds. Specifically, line item 3 provides funding for the ISU Family Medicine Residency for additional
faculty time and rural outreach administrative costs needed to establish a two resident rural training track in Rexburg. Line item 4
provides funding for the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise to support the four new resident positions which were jump-started
with the Governor's Initiative.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp             Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                      4.30        572,400           310,900                  0     1,106,000                  0     1,989,300




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               1 - 30                                                        Analyst: Freeman
VI. Health Education Programs: WICHE
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDIG
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H308 (Ch.253), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) is a consortium that exists to coordinate
policy and foster cooperation and collaboration among the higher education systems of the fifteen western states. One function of WICHE
is to offer students educational opportunities not available in their home states but that exist in other member states. Primarily, Idaho
participates in the optometry portion of the WICHE's Professional Student Exchange Program (PSEP). [Statutory Authority: §33-3720,
Idaho Code]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010             FY 2010         FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr          Request             Gov Rec         Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  234,200            228,800          242,200           245,800            245,800         245,800
Percent Change:                                               (2.3%)            5.9%              1.5%               1.5%            1.5%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                          234,200            228,800          242,200           245,800            245,800         245,800

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP               General          Dedicated                Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00              236,800                    0                   0           236,800
  Reappropriation                                    0.00                5,400                    0                   0             5,400
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          0.00              242,200                    0                   0           242,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00               (5,400)                   0                   0            (5,400)
FY 2010 Base                                         0.00              236,800                    0                   0           236,800
  Inflationary Adjustments                           0.00                9,000                    0                   0             9,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          0.00              245,800                    0                   0           245,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                 3.8%                 0.0%                0.0%              3.8%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                 1.5%                 0.0%                0.0%              1.5%

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Inflationary increases were funded which reflected a WICHE administrative fee increase of $4,000, and
an increase of $5,000 for Idaho's participation in the program for eight optometry students.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP    Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                      0.00               0              0              0          245,800               0      245,800




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              1 - 31                                                  Analyst: Freeman
VII. Health Education Programs: Psychiatry Residency
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDII
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H308 (Ch.253), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Boise Veterans Affairs Medical Center and St. Alphonsus St. Luke's hospitals agreed to provide the
majority of funding for the Idaho Psychiatry Residency Program. The State of Idaho agreed to provide partial funding. Psychiatry residents
train for four years. Residents spend the first two years in Seattle (University of Washington) and the last two years in Boise. Clinical
rotations are offered at Boise VA, St. Als, St. Luke's, and rural rotations around the state. [Statutory Authority: §33-3720, Idaho Code]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                     FY 2008             FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010              FY 2010         FY 2010
                                   Total Appr             Actual          Total Appr           Request              Gov Rec         Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                     40,600           40,600               81,900           104,800            104,800        104,800
Percent Change:                                                  0.0%             101.7%             28.0%              28.0%          28.0%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                             40,600           40,600               81,900           104,800            104,800        104,800
DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP                General            Dedicated                Federal             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00                81,900                     0                    0            81,900
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00                81,900                     0                    0            81,900
  7. Third Year Phase-in of State Support             0.00                22,900                     0                    0            22,900
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00               104,800                     0                    0           104,800
% Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%                 28.0%                   0.0%                0.0%             28.0%

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Line item 7 provides funding for the third of a four-year phased-in support for the Psychiatry Residency
Program in Boise.
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 FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
    G 0001-00 General                       0.00             0                0                0          104,800               0     104,800




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               1 - 32                                                     Analyst: Freeman
                                  Idaho State Historical Society

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008      FY 2008           FY 2009         FY 2010         FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr      Actual         Total Appr        Request         Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Hist. Preservation & Education           4,947,300    4,020,200         6,106,100        6,274,400       4,887,300               0
Hist. Site Maint. & Interp.                634,800      555,800                 0                0               0               0
Total:                                   5,582,100    4,576,000         6,106,100        6,274,400       4,887,300               0
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  2,972,200    2,842,700         3,152,500        3,804,300       2,547,600               0
Dedicated                                1,534,900      812,700         1,766,300        1,443,400       1,345,100               0
Federal                                  1,075,000      920,600         1,187,300        1,026,700         994,600               0
Total:                                   5,582,100    4,576,000         6,106,100        6,274,400       4,887,300               0
Percent Change:                                            (18.0%)            33.4%           2.8%          (20.0%)        (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          3,057,500    2,697,800         3,127,200        3,441,700       3,117,700               0
Operating Expenditures                   2,015,600    1,448,000         2,259,400        2,011,900       1,658,000               0
Capital Outlay                             357,400      294,500           550,500          639,200               0               0
Trustee/Benefit                            151,600      135,700           169,000          181,600         111,600               0
Total:                                   5,582,100    4,576,000         6,106,100        6,274,400       4,887,300               0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   49.02          49.02              49.02         51.02            49.02            0.00



                                                   FTP              Gen                  Ded                Fed              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                    49.02        3,347,200           1,346,900            995,400          5,689,500
Reappropriation                                    0.00                0             424,100                   0           424,100
Supplementals                                      0.00                0                    0           196,800            196,800
Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00          (15,000)              (4,700)            (4,900)          (24,600)
Rescissions                                        0.00         (179,700)                   0                  0          (179,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                       49.02        3,152,500           1,766,300          1,187,300          6,106,100
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00         (565,300)           (424,100)           (70,000)        (1,059,400)
Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00          (50,400)                   0                  0           (50,400)
FY 2010 Base                                      49.02        2,536,800           1,342,200          1,117,300          4,996,300
Benefit Costs                                      0.00            5,900                1,500              2,100             9,500
Inflationary Adjustments                           0.00                0                    0                  0                 0
Replacement Items                                  0.00                0                    0                  0                 0
Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00             (700)                   0                  0              (700)
Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00          (85,600)            (17,800)           (23,800)          (127,200)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                       49.02        2,456,400           1,325,900          1,095,600          4,877,900
Line Items                                       (49.02)      (2,456,400)         (1,325,900)        (1,095,600)        (4,877,900)
FY 2010 Total                                      0.00                0                    0                  0                 0
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                (100.0%)          (100.0%)            (100.0%)           (100.0%)           (100.0%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.               (100.0%)            (100.0%)           (100.0%)         (100.0%)            (100.0%)




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                         1 - 33                                                 Analyst: Freeman
I. Idaho State Historical Society: Historic Preservation & Education
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 522 EDMA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1011 (Ch.167), S1227 (Ch.275), S1242 (Ch.293)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: 2009 Idaho Session Laws 167 moved the Idaho State Historical Society out from under State Board of
Education to the Department of Self-Governing Agencies effective July 1, 2009. The State Historical Society will operate under the
direction and governance of its own Board of Trustees.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008             FY 2009          FY 2010         FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual           Total Appr         Request         Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 2,645,200         2,518,200           3,152,500        3,804,300       2,547,600                     0
Dedicated                               1,227,100           581,400           1,766,300        1,443,400       1,345,100                     0
Federal                                 1,075,000           920,600           1,187,300        1,026,700         994,600                     0
Total:                                  4,947,300         4,020,200           6,106,100        6,274,400       4,887,300                     0
Percent Change:                                                 (18.7%)           51.9%               2.8%         (20.0%)         (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         2,702,100         2,397,200           3,127,200        3,441,700       3,117,700                     0
Operating Expenditures                  1,746,000         1,254,700           2,259,400        2,011,900       1,658,000                     0
Capital Outlay                            347,600           232,600             550,500          639,200               0                     0
Trustee/Benefit                           151,600           135,700             169,000          181,600         111,600                     0
Total:                                  4,947,300         4,020,200           6,106,100        6,274,400       4,887,300                     0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   42.83               42.83             49.02             51.02           49.02              0.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP               General           Dedicated           Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         49.02             3,347,200          1,346,900           995,400            5,689,500
  Reappropriation                                       0.00                     0            424,100                  0             424,100
  1. Federal Funds Spending Authority                   0.00                     0                   0          196,800              196,800
  Rescissions                                           0.00              (179,700)                  0                 0            (179,700)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00               (15,000)             (4,700)           (4,900)            (24,600)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            49.02             3,152,500          1,766,300         1,187,300            6,106,100
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00              (565,300)          (424,100)          (70,000)          (1,059,400)
  Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00               (50,400)                  0                 0             (50,400)
FY 2010 Base                                           49.02             2,536,800          1,342,200         1,117,300            4,996,300
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00                 5,900               1,500             2,100               9,500
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00                  (700)                  0                 0                (700)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00               (85,600)           (17,800)          (23,800)            (127,200)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              49.02             2,456,400          1,325,900         1,095,600            4,877,900
  6. S1011 Program Transfer                           (49.02)           (2,456,400)        (1,325,900)       (1,095,600)          (4,877,900)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                             0.00                     0                   0                 0                   0
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             (100.0%)               (100.0%)           (100.0%)          (100.0%)             (100.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                (100.0%)               (100.0%)           (100.0%)          (100.0%)             (100.0%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: The FY 2009 supplemental provided ongoing federal fund spending authority in the amount of $106,800 for operating
expenses and $20,000 in trustee & benefit payments. In addition, there was $70,000 for one-time capital outlay. The Historical Society
received a number of grants for work done on the Discovery Trail, Historical Museum exhibits, maintenance of historic buildings in
Franklin, handling of public records, and sub-grants for public records projects.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item: see "Program Description" above.
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2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 1 - 34                                                 Analyst: Freeman
II. Idaho State Historical Society: Historic Site Maintenance & Interpretation
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 522 EDMB
Bill Number & Chapter: N/A

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Historical Sites Maintenance program was transferred to the Historical Preservation & Education program
in FY 2009 to gain management efficiency. Historical sites maintenance costs will continue to be tracked separately for reporting purposes.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010           FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  327,000            324,500                   0                   0                 0             0
Dedicated                                307,800            231,300                   0                   0                 0             0
Total:                                   634,800            555,800                   0                   0                 0             0
Percent Change:                                              (12.4%)           (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          355,400            300,600                   0                   0                 0             0
Operating Expenditures                   269,600            193,300                   0                   0                 0             0
Capital Outlay                             9,800             61,900                   0                   0                 0             0
Total:                                   634,800            555,800                   0                   0                 0             0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    6.19                6.19               0.00               0.00            0.00             0.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP                 General            Dedicated              Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00                       0                     0                 0                  0
FY 2010 Base                                         0.00                       0                     0                 0                  0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          0.00                       0                     0                 0                  0
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                    0.0%                  0.0%              0.0%               0.0%

FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost        Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                      0.00               0                0                0              0                 0             0




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                                    Idaho Commission for Libraries
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 521 EDLA, 521 EDLB(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1013 (Ch.178), S1227 (Ch.275), S1243 (Ch.318)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: 2009 Idaho Session Laws 178 moved the Commission for Libraries out from under the State Board of
Education to the Department of Self-Governing Agencies effective July 1, 2009. The Commission will operate under the direction and
governance of its own Board of Trustees.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008             FY 2009            FY 2010       FY 2010             FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual           Total Appr           Request       Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 2,879,800         2,879,800           3,960,400           4,858,900     3,557,000                    0
Dedicated                                  75,300         1,244,900              75,300              75,300        75,300                    0
Federal                                 1,510,800         1,301,000           1,519,700           1,529,200     1,520,600                    0
Total:                                  4,465,900         5,425,700           5,555,400           6,463,400     5,152,900                    0
Percent Change:                                                 21.5%                 2.4%           16.3%           (7.2%)         (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         2,184,900         2,129,400           2,383,000           2,693,700     2,481,800                    0
Operating Expenditures                  1,480,000         2,675,900           2,298,600           2,588,600     2,310,700                    0
Capital Outlay                            168,000           244,100              90,800             198,100        50,000                    0
Trustee/Benefit                           633,000           376,300             783,000             983,000       310,400                    0
Total:                                  4,465,900         5,425,700           5,555,400           6,463,400     5,152,900                    0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   40.50               40.50             45.50              46.50          45.50               0.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP               General              Dedicated         Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         45.50             4,269,300               75,300        1,521,300            5,865,900
  Rescissions                                           0.00              (287,700)                   0                 0            (287,700)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00               (21,200)                   0            (1,600)            (22,800)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            45.50             3,960,400               75,300        1,519,700            5,555,400
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                     0.00                     0              403,600                 0             403,600
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                         45.50             3,960,400              478,900        1,519,700            5,959,000
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00              (297,100)            (403,600)                0            (700,700)
  Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00              (146,200)                   0                 0            (146,200)
FY 2010 Base                                           45.50             3,517,100               75,300        1,519,700            5,112,100
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00                 7,200                    0               400               7,600
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00                  (800)                   0                 0                (800)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00               (97,500)                   0          (15,500)            (113,000)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              45.50             3,426,000               75,300        1,504,600            5,005,900
  2. S1013 Program Transfer                           (45.50)           (3,426,000)             (75,300)      (1,504,600)          (5,005,900)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                             0.00                     0                    0                 0                   0
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             (100.0%)               (100.0%)             (100.0%)         (100.0%)             (100.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                (100.0%)               (100.0%)             (100.0%)         (100.0%)             (100.0%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item: see "Program Description" above.




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                1 - 36                                                   Analyst: Freeman
                     Division of Professional-Technical Education

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2010        FY 2010          FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr         Request        Gov Rec          Approp
BY PROGRAM
State Leadership/Tech. Assist.           2,538,100      2,389,500         2,557,500        2,533,400      2,387,000       2,333,700
General Programs                        16,729,100     16,621,400        16,799,000       18,598,500     15,556,600      15,992,200
Postsecondary Programs                  38,074,700     38,074,700        37,886,600       42,034,900     38,157,400      37,782,100
Underprepared Adult/Displ. Home          2,429,800      2,489,400         2,489,400        2,404,300      2,401,900       2,401,900
Related Services                                 0              0         3,898,900        3,936,800      3,578,000       3,530,200
Career Information System                  842,700        440,300                 0                0              0               0
Total:                                  60,614,400     60,015,300        63,631,400       69,507,900     62,080,900      62,040,100
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 51,782,200     51,553,500        52,528,500       58,822,100     51,606,000      51,599,900
Dedicated                                1,320,200      1,014,700         1,157,300        1,163,100      1,147,900       1,078,900
Federal                                  7,512,000      7,447,100         9,945,600        9,522,700      9,327,000       9,361,300
Total:                                  60,614,400     60,015,300        63,631,400       69,507,900     62,080,900      62,040,100
Percent Change:                                              (1.0%)             6.0%            9.2%          (2.4%)          (2.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          3,145,100      2,610,000         3,142,700       38,731,800     35,366,500       2,686,800
Operating Expenditures                     774,000        627,300           699,900        5,880,300      5,326,700         762,100
Capital Outlay                              51,100        107,500            56,200        1,390,300        966,800               0
Trustee/Benefit                         18,569,500     18,595,800        21,846,000       23,505,500     20,420,900      20,809,100
Lump Sum                                38,074,700     38,074,700        37,886,600                0              0      37,782,100
Total:                                  60,614,400     60,015,300        63,631,400       69,507,900     62,080,900      62,040,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  550.60           550.60          547.10           565.90         549.27          549.27

The FY 2010 appropriation for the Division of Professional-Technical Education includes non-General Fund reappropriation
authority that allows unexpended and unencumbered FY 2009 moneys to be carried over into FY 2010 for one-time
expenses. Consistent with the consideration given to all institutions of higher education, no limitation on full-time equivalent
positions is included in this appropriation.
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                                                  FTP               Gen                    Ded              Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  547.10        54,899,400              1,158,800        9,830,800       65,889,000
Reappropriation                                   0.00           131,800                      0          120,600          252,400
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00          (266,200)                (1,500)          (5,800)        (273,500)
Rescissions                                       0.00        (2,236,500)                     0                0       (2,236,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     547.10        52,528,500              1,157,300        9,945,600       63,631,400
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                6.17                 0                      0         (308,100)        (308,100)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  553.27        52,528,500              1,157,300        9,637,500       63,323,300
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00          (858,700)                     0         (120,600)        (979,300)
Base Adjustments                                 (1.00)                0                (10,200)           5,800           (4,400)
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           909,300                      0                0          909,300
FY 2010 Base                                    552.27        52,579,100              1,147,100        9,522,700       63,248,900
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            88,100                    400                0           88,500
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 0                      0                0                0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                 0                      0                0                0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00            25,600                      0                0           25,600
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00        (1,092,900)                (6,100)               0       (1,099,000)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00                 0                      0                0                0
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     552.27        51,599,900              1,141,400        9,522,700       62,264,000
Line Items                                       (3.00)                0                (62,500)        (161,400)        (223,900)
Lump Sum or Other Adjustments                     0.00                 0                      0                0                0
FY 2010 Total                                   549.27        51,599,900              1,078,900        9,361,300       62,040,100
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   0.4%             (6.0%)                 (6.9%)           (4.8%)           (5.8%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.4%              (1.8%)             (6.8%)           (5.9%)            (2.5%)
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I. Division of Professional-Technical Education: State Leadership & Technical
Assistance
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 503 EDEA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1208 (Ch.248), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The State Leadership & Technical Assistance Program includes central staff to provide leadership,
administrative and technical assistance to a statewide educational system that provides high quality, well-coordinated professional-
technical programs at the state's high schools and technical colleges. This system prepares Idaho's youth and adults who do not desire a
baccalaureate degree to perform successfully in a globally competitive workplace. [Statutory Authority: §33-2201, Idaho Code, et seq.]
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010            FY 2010           FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr          Request            Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 2,152,900        2,038,900         2,122,000          2,173,800         2,032,400         1,974,100
Federal                                   385,200          350,600           435,500            359,600           354,600           359,600
Total:                                  2,538,100        2,389,500         2,557,500          2,533,400         2,387,000         2,333,700
Percent Change:                                               (5.9%)              7.0%             (0.9%)           (6.7%)            (8.8%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         2,093,200        1,894,900         2,114,300          2,078,600         1,977,200         1,910,500
Operating Expenditures                    409,200          402,500           396,300            418,800           409,800           423,200
Capital Outlay                             35,700           92,100            46,900             36,000                 0                 0
Total:                                  2,538,100        2,389,500         2,557,500          2,533,400         2,387,000         2,333,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   28.00            28.00               28.00             27.00            27.00             27.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP             General             Dedicated              Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      28.00            2,104,100                      0            374,000          2,478,100
  Reappropriation                                    0.00              114,000                      0             64,000            178,000
  Rescissions                                        0.00              (84,600)                     0                  0            (84,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00              (11,500)                     0             (2,500)           (14,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         28.00            2,122,000                      0            435,500          2,557,500
  FTP and Fund Adjustments                           0.00                    0                      0            (14,400)           (14,400)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      28.00            2,122,000                      0            421,100          2,543,100
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00             (162,400)                     0            (64,000)          (226,400)
  Base Adjustments                                  (1.00)                   0                      0              2,500              2,500
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00               63,900                      0                  0             63,900
FY 2010 Base                                        27.00            2,023,500                      0            359,600          2,383,100
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                3,900                      0                  0              3,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00                  800                      0                  0                800
  5% PC Reduction                                    0.00              (54,100)                     0                  0            (54,100)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         27.00            1,974,100                      0            359,600          2,333,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             (3.6%)               (6.2%)                  0.0%              (3.9%)             (5.8%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                (3.6%)               (7.0%)                  0.0%             (17.4%)             (8.8%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0001-00 General                     23.00      1,662,000          312,100               0              0                0     1,974,100
   F 0348-00 Federal Grant                4.00        248,500          111,100               0              0                0       359,600
                              Totals:    27.00      1,910,500          423,200               0              0                0     2,333,700




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II. Division of Professional-Technical Education: General Programs
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 503 EDEB, 503 EDEH(Cont), 503 EDEI
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1208 (Ch.248), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: General Programs provide high school students with quality professional-technical programs and adults with
workforce training that are realistic in terms of Idaho employment opportunities and consistent with students' interests, aptitudes and
abilities. [Statutory Authority: §33-2201, Idaho Code, et seq.]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr          Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               11,555,200        11,537,400          11,650,700       13,690,500       10,650,600        11,084,200
Dedicated                                 67,800            67,800              67,800           67,800           67,800            67,800
Federal                                5,106,100         5,016,200           5,080,500        4,840,200        4,838,200         4,840,200
Total:                                16,729,100        16,621,400          16,799,000       18,598,500       15,556,600        15,992,200
Percent Change:                                               (0.6%)              1.1%           10.7%             (7.4%)            (4.8%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          485,000           388,100             477,500          439,000          423,900           409,300
Operating Expenditures                    89,000           111,500              58,400           57,100           55,200            62,200
Capital Outlay                            15,400            15,400               9,300            8,300                0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                       16,139,700        16,106,400          16,253,800       18,094,100       15,077,500        15,520,700
Total:                                16,729,100        16,621,400          16,799,000       18,598,500       15,556,600        15,992,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    6.00               6.00              6.00               6.00           6.00              6.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General           Dedicated            Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       6.00          12,157,900                67,800           5,024,900         17,250,600
  Reappropriation                                    0.00              17,800                     0              56,600             74,400
  Rescissions                                        0.00            (523,000)                    0                   0           (523,000)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00              (2,000)                    0              (1,000)            (3,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          6.00          11,650,700                67,800           5,080,500         16,799,000
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  0.00                   0                     0            (184,700)          (184,700)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       6.00          11,650,700                67,800           4,895,800         16,614,300
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00            (368,500)                    0             (56,600)          (425,100)
  Base Adjustments                                   0.00                   0                     0               1,000              1,000
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00            (190,800)                    0                   0           (190,800)
FY 2010 Base                                         6.00          11,091,400                67,800           4,840,200         15,999,400
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                 700                     0                   0                700
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00              (7,900)                    0                   0             (7,900)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          6.00          11,084,200                67,800           4,840,200         15,992,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%               (8.8%)                 0.0%               (3.7%)             (7.3%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%               (4.9%)                 0.0%               (4.7%)             (4.8%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. This budget included $442,200 from the
American Reinvestment Fund to partially offset the base reduction. These funds were deposited to the General Fund in order to meet
federal maintenance of effort requirements.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                       4.00       241,800           38,500               0   10,803,900                 0    11,084,200
   D 0274-00 Hazardous Materials           0.00             0                0               0       67,800                 0        67,800
   F 0348-00 Federal Grant                 2.00       167,500           23,700               0    4,649,000                 0     4,840,200
                           Totals:         6.00       409,300           62,200               0   15,520,700                 0    15,992,200




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               1 - 39                                                  Analyst: Freeman
III. Division of Professional-Technical Education: Postsecondary Programs
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 503 EDEC, 504 EDEF(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1208 (Ch.248), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Postsecondary Programs provide college students with opportunities to obtain the two year degrees and
shorter term certifications needed for employment in skilled and technical occupations that require less than a baccalaureate degree. It
also provides persons already in the workforce with the skills necessary to maintain and/or advance in their chosen occupation. The
appropriation for this program is intended to fund 100% of the direct costs at Idaho's six professional-technical colleges. Those colleges
are located within Idaho State University, Lewis-Clark State College, College of Southern Idaho, College of Western Idaho, and North Idaho
College, along with the stand alone Eastern Idaho Technical College (EITC). [Statutory Authority: §33-2201, Idaho Code, et seq.]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008             FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual           Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 37,618,500      37,618,500           37,418,400         41,576,900       37,699,400      37,324,100
Dedicated                                  456,200         456,200              468,200            458,000          458,000         458,000
Total:                                  38,074,700      38,074,700           37,886,600         42,034,900       38,157,400      37,782,100
Percent Change:                                                   0.0%              (0.5%)           10.9%             0.7%           (0.3%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                  0               0                    0         35,583,000       32,602,900               0
Operating Expenditures                           0               0                    0          5,105,900        4,587,700               0
Capital Outlay                                   0               0                    0          1,346,000          966,800               0
Lump Sum                                38,074,700      38,074,700           37,886,600                  0                0      37,782,100
Total:                                  38,074,700      38,074,700           37,886,600         42,034,900       38,157,400      37,782,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  508.60             508.60               504.10           522.90          510.27           510.27

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP                General            Dedicated            Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       504.10          39,298,500                468,200                  0        39,766,700
  Rescissions                                          0.00          (1,628,100)                     0                  0        (1,628,100)
  Health Insurance Reduction                           0.00            (252,000)                     0                  0          (252,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          504.10          37,418,400                468,200                  0        37,886,600
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                    6.17                   0                      0                  0                 0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       510.27          37,418,400                468,200                  0        37,886,600
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00            (277,800)                     0                  0          (277,800)
  Base Adjustments                                     0.00                   0                (10,200)                 0           (10,200)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00           1,100,700                      0                  0         1,100,700
FY 2010 Base                                         510.27          38,241,300                458,000                  0        38,699,300
  Benefit Costs                                        0.00              83,100                      0                  0            83,100
  Statewide Cost Allocation                            0.00              24,800                      0                  0            24,800
  Personnel Cost Reduction                             0.00          (1,025,100)                     0                  0        (1,025,100)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            510.27          37,324,100                458,000                  0        37,782,100
  Lump Sum Adjustment                                  0.00                   0                      0                  0                 0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          510.27          37,324,100                458,000                  0        37,782,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                1.2%               (5.0%)                 (2.2%)              0.0%             (5.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   1.2%               (0.3%)                 (2.2%)              0.0%             (0.3%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. This budget included $729,900 from the
American Reinvestment Fund to partially offset the base reduction. These funds were deposited to the General Fund in order to meet
federal maintenance of effort requirements.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost        Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                     Total
   G 0001-00 General                     510.27               0                0                0            0     37,324,100     37,324,100
   D 0650-00 Unrestricted                  0.00               0                0                0            0        458,000        458,000
                              Totals:    510.27               0                0                0            0     37,782,100     37,782,100




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IV. Division of Professional-Technical Education: Underprepared Adults/Displaced
Homemakers
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 503 EDED
Bill Number & Chapter: S1208 (Ch.248), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Underprepared Adults / Displaced Homemakers Program provides underprepared adults, including
displaced homemakers and single parents, with the skills necessary to be successful in the workplace. This includes funding for the
Centers for New Directions (displaced homemaker centers) at each of the six technical colleges. [Statutory Authority: §33-2201, Idaho
Code, et seq.; §39-5001, Idaho Code, et seq.]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009           FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                   Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr          Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 239,100           239,100            239,100            241,500          239,100           239,100
Dedicated                               170,000           170,000            170,000            170,000          170,000           170,000
Federal                               2,020,700         2,080,300          2,080,300          1,992,800        1,992,800         1,992,800
Total:                                2,429,800         2,489,400          2,489,400          2,404,300        2,401,900         2,401,900
Percent Change:                                                 2.5%              0.0%            (3.4%)           (3.5%)            (3.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                       2,429,800         2,489,400          2,489,400          2,404,300        2,401,900         2,401,900

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                             FTP                 General           Dedicated            Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      0.00                239,100             170,000           2,080,300          2,489,400
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                 0.00                      0                   0             (87,500)           (87,500)
FY 2010 Base                                        0.00                239,100             170,000           1,992,800          2,401,900
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         0.00                239,100             170,000           1,992,800          2,401,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             0.0%                   0.0%                0.0%               (4.2%)             (3.5%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Noncognizable adjustment reflected a federal award in excess of spending authority. No general
inflationary increases were provided.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                      0.00              0               0                0      239,100                 0       239,100
   D 0218-00 Displaced Homemake           0.00              0               0                0      170,000                 0       170,000
   F 0348-00 Federal Grant                0.00              0               0                0    1,992,800                 0     1,992,800
                           Totals:        0.00              0               0                0    2,401,900                 0     2,401,900




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V. Division of Professional-Technical Education: Related Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 503 EDEJ
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1208 (Ch.248), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Related Services administers the following programs: Adult Basic Education (ABE), General Educational
Development (GED), and state employee training and state wellness. [Authority: §33-2401, Idaho Code, et seq.; Exec. Order No. 2007-04]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual          Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                           0                 0         1,098,300           1,139,400          984,500           978,400
Dedicated                                         0                 0           451,300             467,300          452,100           383,100
Federal                                           0                 0         2,349,300           2,330,100        2,141,400         2,168,700
Total:                                            0                 0         3,898,900           3,936,800        3,578,000         3,530,200
Percent Change:                                                                                          1.0%          (8.2%)            (9.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                   0                 0           550,900             631,200          362,500           367,000
Operating Expenditures                            0                 0           245,200             298,500          274,000           276,700
Trustee/Benefit                                   0                 0         3,102,800           3,007,100        2,941,500         2,886,500
Total:                                            0                 0         3,898,900           3,936,800        3,578,000         3,530,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    0.00                 0.00                9.00           10.00              6.00              6.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General             Dedicated            Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                           9.00            1,099,800              452,800           2,351,600          3,904,200
  Rescissions                                            0.00                 (800)                   0                   0               (800)
  Health Insurance Reduction                             0.00                 (700)              (1,500)             (2,300)            (4,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                              9.00            1,098,300              451,300           2,349,300          3,898,900
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                      0.00                    0                    0             (21,500)           (21,500)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                           9.00            1,098,300              451,300           2,327,800          3,877,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                       0.00              (50,000)                   0                   0            (50,000)
  Base Adjustments                                       0.00                    0                    0               2,300              2,300
  Additional Base Adjustment                             0.00              (64,500)                   0                   0            (64,500)
FY 2010 Base                                             9.00              983,800              451,300           2,330,100          3,765,200
  Benefit Costs                                          0.00                  400                  400                   0                800
  Personnel Cost Reduction                               0.00               (5,800)              (6,100)                  0            (11,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                                9.00              978,400              445,600           2,330,100          3,754,100
  3. Proprietary Schools                                 0.00                    0              (62,500)                  0            (62,500)
  6. Veterans Ed. Pgm                                   (3.00)                   0                    0            (161,400)          (161,400)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                              6.00              978,400              383,100           2,168,700          3,530,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               (33.3%)               (11.0%)              (15.4%)              (7.8%)             (9.6%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  (33.3%)               (10.9%)              (15.1%)              (7.7%)             (9.5%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 3 removed Student Tuition Recovery
Fund spending authority for proprietary schools oversight (this responsibility was assumed by the Office of the State Board of Education).
Line item 6 transferred administration of the Veterans Education Program to the Division of Veterans Services.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost        Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0001-00   General                   2.00         110,800            20,700                0      846,900                 0       978,400
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         3.00         194,500            44,500                0            0                 0       239,000
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00           4,100                 0                0            0                 0         4,100
   D   0401-00   Seminars and Publ.        0.00               0           140,000                0            0                 0       140,000
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             1.00          57,600            71,500                0    2,039,600                 0     2,168,700
                               Totals:     6.00         367,000           276,700                0    2,886,500                 0     3,530,200




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VI. Division of Professional-Technical Education: Career Information System
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 503 EDEE


PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Career Information System was transferred to the Department of Labor pursuant to Exec. Order No.
2007-12 and S1256 (2008).

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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                   FY 2008         FY 2008         FY 2009         FY 2010         FY 2010         FY 2010
                                 Total Appr         Actual       Total Appr        Request         Gov Rec         Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                216,500       119,600               0               0               0                  0
Dedicated                              626,200       320,700               0               0               0                  0
Total:                                 842,700       440,300               0               0               0                  0
Percent Change:                                       (47.8%)        (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        566,900       327,000               0               0               0                  0
Operating Expenditures                 275,800       113,300               0               0               0                  0
Total:                                 842,700       440,300               0               0               0                  0
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                 8.00          8.00            0.00             0.00            0.00               0.00




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                            Educational Public Broadcasting System
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 520 EDKA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1237 (Ch.315)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Under the general supervision of the State Board of Education, Idaho's public broadcasting system provides
educational and instructional television programs during and after school hours, telecommunications services, and "prime time" programs
through a statewide system that reaches approximately 97% of the state's population from five transmitters located near Couer d'Alene,
Moscow, Boise, Twin Falls and Pocatello and 37 translators distributed across the state.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                      Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  3,279,900         3,279,900          3,247,600           3,351,700         1,715,600        1,659,800
Dedicated                                  949,200           949,200            998,800           1,050,200         1,005,400          972,600
Total:                                   4,229,100         4,229,100          4,246,400           4,401,900         2,721,000        2,632,400
Percent Change:                                                   0.0%                0.4%               3.7%          (35.9%)           (38.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          1,890,000         1,890,000          1,984,100           2,262,800         2,002,100        1,918,700
Operating Expenditures                     815,100           815,100            731,600             984,700           718,900          713,700
Capital Outlay                           1,524,000         1,524,000          1,530,700           1,154,400                 0                0
Total:                                   4,229,100         4,229,100          4,246,400           4,401,900         2,721,000        2,632,400
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                     33.00             33.00              33.00             36.00              33.00             33.00
In accordance with Section 67-3519, Idaho Code, this agency is authorized no more than 33 full-time equivalent positions at any point
during the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 for the programs specified.
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DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General             Dedicated              Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        33.00              3,530,300            1,008,400                   0            4,538,700
  Rescissions                                          0.00               (275,800)                   0                   0             (275,800)
  Health Insurance Reduction                           0.00                 (6,900)              (9,600)                  0              (16,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           33.00              3,247,600              998,800                   0            4,246,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00             (1,530,700)                   0                   0           (1,530,700)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00                (38,100)                   0                   0              (38,100)
FY 2010 Base                                          33.00              1,678,800              998,800                   0            2,677,600
  Benefit Costs                                        0.00                  2,200                3,400                   0                5,600
  Inflationary Adjustments                             0.00                 31,000                    0                   0               31,000
  Statewide Cost Allocation                            0.00                 (3,900)                   0                   0               (3,900)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                             0.00                (48,300)             (29,600)                  0              (77,900)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           33.00              1,659,800              972,600                   0            2,632,400
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%                 (53.0%)               (3.6%)               0.0%               (42.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%                 (48.9%)               (2.6%)               0.0%               (38.0%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for replacement items. Contract inflation was funded in
the amount of $31,000 for rental space in the basement of the J.R. Williams Building. IPTV was reassigned to this location for the
production of Legislative Live and Idaho Reports. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and
federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to
the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of
Idaho.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0001-00 General                       14.00        956,100          703,700                 0              0                0    1,659,800
   D 0349-00 Miscellaneous Rev             19.00        942,800           10,000                 0              0                0      952,800
OT D 0349-00 Miscellaneous Rev              0.00         19,800                0                 0              0                0       19,800
                           Totals:         33.00      1,918,700          713,700                 0              0                0    2,632,400




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                                               Special Programs

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008         FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010      FY 2010          FY 2010
                                       Total Appr         Actual         Total Appr           Request      Gov Rec          Approp
BY PROGRAM
Forest Utilization Research               626,600            626,600         605,900            776,700      583,200         556,500
Geological Survey                          874,800         874,800            848,100          1,093,700      809,200         768,600
Scholarships and Grants                  9,902,500       9,168,900         10,221,500         18,330,900    8,541,700       8,541,700
Museum of Natural History                  595,500         594,200            560,200          1,728,700      523,900         497,500
Small Bus. Development Centers             302,700         302,700            301,300            362,300      290,200         275,100
Idaho Council for Economic Ed               57,500          57,500             51,400             98,800       49,300          49,300
TechHelp                                   176,200         176,200            174,300            301,000      168,000         159,200
Total:                                  12,535,800      11,800,900         12,762,700         22,692,100   10,965,500      10,847,900
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 12,095,800      11,448,100         12,235,500         22,252,100   10,525,500       9,407,900
Dedicated                                        0               0                  0                  0            0       1,000,000
Federal                                    440,000         352,800            527,200            440,000      440,000         440,000
Total:                                  12,535,800      11,800,900         12,762,700         22,692,100   10,965,500      10,847,900
Percent Change:                                                (5.9%)              8.2%           77.8%        (14.1%)         (15.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          2,382,800       2,052,900          2,403,900          3,394,700    2,252,200       2,134,600
Operating Expenditures                     135,200         521,300            133,800            737,600      171,600         171,600
Capital Outlay                              57,800          57,800              3,500            228,900            0               0
Trustee/Benefit                          9,960,000       9,168,900         10,221,500         18,330,900    8,541,700       8,541,700
Total:                                  12,535,800      11,800,900         12,762,700         22,692,100   10,965,500      10,847,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   48.92              48.92              34.40           43.20        34.40           34.40

In accordance with §67-3519, Idaho Code, the following Special Programs with appropriated full-time equivalent positions
are authorized no more than the specified number of FTP at any point during the period July 1, 2009 through June 30,
2010: 5.75 FTP for the Forest Utilization Research Program, 10.35 FTP for the Idaho Geological Survey, 8.5 FTP for the
Idaho Museum of Natural History, 6.8 FTP for Small Business Development Centers, and 3 FTP for TechHelp.
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                                                      FTP             Gen                      Ded            Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       34.40      12,222,600                        0        440,000       12,662,600
Reappropriation                                       0.00         646,400                        0         87,200          733,600
Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00         (17,200)                       0              0          (17,200)
Rescissions                                           0.00        (616,300)                       0              0         (616,300)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          34.40      12,235,500                        0        527,200       12,762,700
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00      (2,593,000)                       0        (87,200)      (2,680,200)
Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00        (169,400)                       0              0         (169,400)
FY 2010 Base                                         34.40       9,473,100                        0        440,000        9,913,100
Benefit Costs                                         0.00           1,600                        0              0            1,600
Inflationary Adjustments                              0.00               0                        0              0                0
Replacement Items                                     0.00               0                        0              0                0
Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00        (112,300)                       0              0         (112,300)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                          0.00          45,500                        0              0           45,500
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                          34.40       9,407,900                        0        440,000        9,847,900
Line Items                                            0.00               0                1,000,000              0        1,000,000
FY 2010 Total                                        34.40       9,407,900                1,000,000        440,000       10,847,900
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                       0.0%          (23.0%)                                   0.0%           (14.3%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.0%               (23.1%)                             (16.5%)           (15.0%)




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I. Special Programs: Forest Utilization Research
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 514 EDJA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H310 (Ch.255)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Forest Utilization Research (FUR) Program is located within the University of Idaho's College of Natural
Resources. It works to increase the productivity of Idaho's forests by: (1) improving forest management, harvest, and regeneration
practices; (2) improving wood use and wood residue utilization technologies; and (3) improving forest nursery management practices. The
Legislature also created the Policy Analysis Group within the FUR Program to provide timely, scientific and objective data and analysis on
resource and land use issues of interest to the people of Idaho. [Statutory Authority: §38-701, Idaho Code, et seq.]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  626,600            626,600          605,900              776,700          583,200         556,500
Percent Change:                                                0.0%            (3.3%)               28.2%            (3.7%)          (8.2%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          531,400            531,400          549,600              657,700          495,900         469,200
Operating Expenditures                    95,200             95,200           56,300              119,000           87,300          87,300
Total:                                   626,600            626,600          605,900              776,700          583,200         556,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    5.75               5.75               5.75               6.85            5.75            5.75

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General            Dedicated              Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       5.75               647,700                      0                 0           647,700
  Rescissions                                        0.00               (38,900)                     0                 0           (38,900)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00                (2,900)                     0                 0            (2,900)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          5.75               605,900                      0                 0           605,900
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00               (24,100)                     0                 0           (24,100)
FY 2010 Base                                         5.75               581,800                      0                 0           581,800
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                  (600)                     0                 0              (600)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00               (24,700)                     0                 0           (24,700)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          5.75               556,500                      0                 0           556,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                (14.1%)                  0.0%              0.0%            (14.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                 (8.2%)                  0.0%              0.0%             (8.2%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                      Total
   G 0001-00 General                       5.75       469,200           87,300                0              0                0     556,500




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II. Special Programs: Geological Survey
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 514 EDJB
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H310 (Ch.255)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Idaho Geological Survey (IGS) is headquartered at the University of Idaho with branch offices at Idaho
State University and Boise State University. It is the lead state agency for the collection, analysis and dissemination of all geologic and
mineral based data for the state. The IGS accomplishes this mission through applied research and public service. [Statutory Authority:
§47-201, Idaho Code, et seq.]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   874,800            874,800          848,100         1,093,700            809,200          768,600
Percent Change:                                                 0.0%            (3.1%)            29.0%              (4.6%)           (9.4%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           838,600            838,600          826,800         1,004,200            788,000          747,400
Operating Expenditures                     26,200             26,200           18,100            82,000             21,200           21,200
Capital Outlay                             10,000             10,000            3,200             7,500                  0                0
Total:                                    874,800            874,800          848,100         1,093,700            809,200          768,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   10.35              10.35             10.35             11.35             10.35             10.35

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General           Dedicated               Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       10.35              907,300                     0                  0             907,300
  Rescissions                                         0.00              (54,000)                    0                  0             (54,000)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00               (5,200)                    0                  0              (5,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          10.35              848,100                     0                  0             848,100
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00               (5,200)                    0                  0              (5,200)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00              (35,800)                    0                  0             (35,800)
FY 2010 Base                                         10.35              807,100                     0                  0             807,100
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                  800                     0                  0                 800
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00              (39,300)                    0                  0             (39,300)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          10.35              768,600                     0                  0             768,600
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%               (15.3%)                 0.0%               0.0%              (15.3%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%                (9.4%)                 0.0%               0.0%               (9.4%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0001-00 General                      10.35        747,400          21,200               0               0                0      768,600




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III. Special Programs: Scholarships and Grants
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDJC, 501 EDJO(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H310 (Ch.255)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Office of the State Board of Education administers nine scholarship and grant programs: (1) Idaho
Robert R. Lee Promise Scholarship, categories A & B [§33-4303, Idaho Code, et seq.]; (2) Atwell J. Parry College Work Study Program
[§33-4401, Idaho Code, et seq., FY 1994 JFAC Intent Language]; (3) Minority and "At-Risk" Student Scholarship [§33-4601, Idaho Code];
(4) Teachers/Nurses Loan Forgiveness Program [§33-3722, Idaho Code]; (5) Freedom Scholarship [§33-4301, Idaho Code, et seq.]; (6)
Public Safety Officer Dependent Scholarships [§33-4302A, Idaho Code]; (7) Grow Your Own Teacher Scholarship Program
[SBOE/Governor's Initiative, 2001]; (8) Opportunity Scholarship [§33-5601, Idaho Code, et seq. ]; (9) Leveraging Educational Assistance
Program (LEAP) [20 U.S.C. §1070c]; and (9) Byrd Honors Scholarship Program [20 U.S.C. §1070d-31 et seq.].
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008           FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010          FY 2010           FY 2010
                                    Total Appr           Actual         Total Appr          Request          Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                9,462,500        8,816,100          9,694,300        17,890,900       8,101,700         7,101,700
Dedicated                                      0                0                  0                 0               0         1,000,000
Federal                                  440,000          352,800            527,200           440,000         440,000           440,000
Total:                                 9,902,500        9,168,900         10,221,500        18,330,900       8,541,700         8,541,700
Percent Change:                                             (7.4%)              11.5%            79.3%          (16.4%)           (16.4%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                        9,902,500        9,168,900         10,221,500        18,330,900       8,541,700         8,541,700

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP             General             Dedicated            Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      0.00             9,502,500                   0            440,000          9,942,500
  Reappropriation                                   0.00               646,400                   0             87,200            733,600
  Rescissions                                       0.00              (454,600)                  0                  0           (454,600)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         0.00             9,694,300                   0            527,200         10,221,500
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00            (2,571,400)                  0            (87,200)        (2,658,600)
  Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00               (66,700)                  0                  0            (66,700)
FY 2010 Base                                        0.00             7,056,200                   0            440,000          7,496,200
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00                45,500                   0                  0             45,500
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           0.00             7,101,700                   0            440,000          7,541,700
  4. Opportunity Scholarship                        0.00                     0           1,000,000                  0          1,000,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         0.00             7,101,700           1,000,000            440,000          8,541,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             0.0%                (25.3%)               0.0%               0.0%             (14.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                0.0%                (26.7%)               0.0%             (16.5%)            (16.4%)

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The nondiscretionary adjustment was funded for scholarships which operate on a reimbursement basis
with the institutions. One line item was funded which provided $1 million in one-time funds from the Opportunity Scholarship Fund for
scholarship awards for the 2009-2010 academic year. In addition, approximately $500,000 in Opportunity Scholarship Fund earnings will
be available for awards. Earnings on the fund are continuously appropriated pursuant to §33-5608(4), Idaho Code.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost     Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                      Total
   G 0001-00 General                      0.00              0               0               0    7,101,700                0     7,101,700
OT D 0403-05 Opportunity Scholar          0.00              0               0               0    1,000,000                0     1,000,000
   F 0348-00 Federal Grant                0.00              0               0               0      440,000                0       440,000
                           Totals:        0.00              0               0               0    8,541,700                0     8,541,700




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IV. Special Programs: Museum of Natural History
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 513 EDJD
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H310 (Ch.255)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Museum of Natural History, located at Idaho State University, collects and preserves artifacts and
disseminates knowledge of the natural history of Idaho and the Intermountain West. The Museum maintains collections in the areas of
anthropology, botany, geology, paleontology, and zoology. The Museum also supports research, exhibitions, publications and interpretive
programs on those topics to benefit Idaho citizens. [Statutory Authority: §33-3012, Idaho Code]
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  595,500            594,200          560,200           1,728,700          523,900         497,500
Percent Change:                                               (0.2%)           (5.7%)             208.6%            (6.5%)         (11.2%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          533,900            517,900          551,900           1,080,000          510,100         483,700
Operating Expenditures                    13,800             28,500            8,000             427,300           13,800          13,800
Capital Outlay                            47,800             47,800              300             221,400                0               0
Total:                                   595,500            594,200          560,200           1,728,700          523,900         497,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    8.50               8.50               8.50             14.20            8.50             8.50

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General            Dedicated             Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       8.50               599,300                      0                0            599,300
  Rescissions                                        0.00               (34,900)                     0                0            (34,900)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00                (4,200)                     0                0             (4,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          8.50               560,200                      0                0            560,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00               (16,400)                     0                0            (16,400)
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00               (21,700)                     0                0            (21,700)
FY 2010 Base                                         8.50               522,100                      0                0            522,100
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                   800                      0                0                800
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00               (25,400)                     0                0            (25,400)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          8.50               497,500                      0                0            497,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                (17.0%)                  0.0%             0.0%             (17.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                (11.2%)                  0.0%             0.0%             (11.2%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                      Total
   G 0001-00 General                       8.50       483,700           13,800                0             0                0     497,500




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V. Special Programs: Small Business Development Centers
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDJE, 512 EDJI
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H310 (Ch.255)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Idaho Small Business Development Center (ISBDC) is headquartered at Boise State University with field
offices in Coeur d'Alene, Lewiston, Twin Falls, Pocatello and Idaho Falls that are associated with North Idaho College, Lewis-Clark State
College, the College of Southern Idaho and Idaho State University, respectively. The ISBDC provides direct services to individual small
businesses in Idaho through a higher education-based network. From its six offices, ISBDC consultants provide business counseling, non-
academic credit training, research and technical support to primarily very small businesses and entrepreneurs. These services encourage
the growth and expansion of small business in Idaho and reduce the state's small business failure rate. [Statutory Authority 15 U.S.C.
§648]
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  302,700            302,700          301,300             362,300          290,200         275,100
Percent Change:                                                0.0%            (0.5%)              20.2%            (3.7%)          (8.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          302,700             64,300          301,300             361,300          290,200         275,100
Operating Expenditures                         0            238,400                0               1,000                0               0
Total:                                   302,700            302,700          301,300             362,300          290,200         275,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   19.32             19.32               6.80               6.80            6.80             6.80

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General            Dedicated              Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       6.80              324,100                      0                 0            324,100
  Rescissions                                        0.00              (19,400)                     0                 0            (19,400)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00               (3,400)                     0                 0             (3,400)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          6.80              301,300                      0                 0            301,300
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00              (12,000)                     0                 0            (12,000)
FY 2010 Base                                         6.80              289,300                      0                 0            289,300
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                  300                      0                 0                300
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00              (14,500)                     0                 0            (14,500)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          6.80              275,100                      0                 0            275,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%               (15.1%)                  0.0%              0.0%             (15.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                (8.7%)                  0.0%              0.0%              (8.7%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0001-00 General                       6.80       275,100               0                0              0                0     275,100




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VI. Special Programs: Idaho Council for Economic Education
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDJF, 512 EDJJ
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H310 (Ch.255)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Idaho Council on Economic Education is a not-for-profit Idaho educational corporation that is
headquartered at Boise State University with field offices at the University of Idaho, Idaho State University, North Idaho College, and the
College of Southern Idaho. It provides teachers with the tools and materials they need to teach economics to students in grades
Kindergarten through 12. This assistance is delivered to teachers in the form of curriculum, lesson plans, and in-service training. [The
ICEE was founded in 1970 at the University of Idaho as a non-profit organization, and has been hosted by Boise State University since
1972.]
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                    57,500             57,500             51,400            98,800           49,300            49,300
Percent Change:                                                 0.0%             (10.6%)            92.2%            (4.1%)            (4.1%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Operating Expenditures                          0             57,500             51,400            98,800           49,300            49,300
Trustee/Benefit                            57,500                  0                  0                 0                0                 0
Total:                                     57,500             57,500             51,400            98,800           49,300            49,300

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General            Dedicated              Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00              54,700                      0                  0              54,700
  Rescissions                                          0.00              (3,300)                     0                  0              (3,300)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            0.00              51,400                      0                  0              51,400
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00              (2,100)                     0                  0              (2,100)
FY 2010 Base                                           0.00              49,300                      0                  0              49,300
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            0.00              49,300                      0                  0              49,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%               (9.9%)                  0.0%               0.0%               (9.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%               (4.1%)                  0.0%               0.0%               (4.1%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0001-00 General                       0.00               0         49,300                0              0                0        49,300




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VII. Special Programs: TechHelp
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 501 EDJH, 512 EDJK
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H310 (Ch.255)

PROGRAM DESCTIPTION: Prior to FY 2003, TechHelp was part of the Idaho Small Business Development Centers. It is now a stand
alone program that continues to provide manufacturing consulting services to small and medium sized companies. TechHelp specialists
provide technical and professional assistance, training and information to Idaho manufacturers, processors and inventors to strengthen
their global competitiveness through product and process improvements. TechHelp is a partnership of Idaho's three state universities and
an affiliate of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Manufacturing Extension Partnership. It is also Idaho's Economic
Development Administration University Center, targeting economically distressed areas of Idaho.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  176,200            176,200          174,300              301,000          168,000         159,200
Percent Change:                                                0.0%            (1.1%)               72.7%            (3.6%)          (8.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          176,200            100,700          174,300              291,500          168,000         159,200
Operating Expenditures                         0             75,500                0                9,500                0               0
Total:                                   176,200            176,200          174,300              301,000          168,000         159,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    5.00               5.00               3.00               4.00            3.00            3.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General            Dedicated              Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       3.00               187,000                      0                 0           187,000
  Rescissions                                        0.00               (11,200)                     0                 0           (11,200)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00                (1,500)                     0                 0            (1,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          3.00               174,300                      0                 0           174,300
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00                (7,000)                     0                 0            (7,000)
FY 2010 Base                                         3.00               167,300                      0                 0           167,300
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                   300                      0                 0               300
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00                (8,400)                     0                 0            (8,400)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          3.00               159,200                      0                 0           159,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                (14.9%)                  0.0%              0.0%            (14.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                 (8.7%)                  0.0%              0.0%             (8.7%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; and reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for fiscal years 2009 and 2010.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                      Total
   G 0001-00 General                       3.00       159,200                0                0              0                0     159,200




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                               Superintendent of Public Instruction
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 170 EDBC, 170 EDBD, 170 EDBE, 170 EDBF(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H312 (Ch.233), H371 (Ch.311), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: (1) Meet all statutory regulations as they relate to public schools and the state agency. (2) Provide services
to the 115 school districts and 30 charter schools in Idaho in terms of activities that will maintain or improve educational opportunities for
children. (3) Provide leadership in all areas of public education to focus attention on and help resolve problems faced by education in Idaho.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009          FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr         Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                5,621,500         5,573,300           6,935,500         7,476,300       7,264,700         7,176,300
Dedicated                              5,047,800         3,223,900           5,130,000         5,153,600       5,088,800         5,144,300
Federal                               15,639,100         7,847,100          13,348,400        13,487,800      20,718,800        22,058,600
Total:                                26,308,400        16,644,300          25,413,900        26,117,700      33,072,300        34,379,200
Percent Change:                                               (36.7%)             52.7%               2.8%          30.1%             35.3%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        8,547,700         7,101,200           8,630,200         9,091,900       9,239,200         9,038,900
Operating Expenditures                14,600,300         7,280,500          14,599,700        14,797,800      19,954,600        23,081,800
Capital Outlay                                 0           124,600              59,300            78,700          27,000            27,000
Trustee/Benefit                        3,160,400         2,138,000           2,124,700         2,149,300       3,851,500         2,231,500
Total:                                26,308,400        16,644,300          25,413,900        26,117,700      33,072,300        34,379,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  129.00             129.00             125.00          124.00            132.00            130.00
In accordance with Section 67-3519, Idaho Code, this agency is authorized no more than 130 full-time equivalent positions at any point
during the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 for the programs specified.
.
DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General            Dedicated           Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      125.00              7,309,100          5,142,100         13,373,800          25,825,000
  Rescissions                                         0.00               (348,600)                 0                  0            (348,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00                (25,000)           (12,100)           (25,400)            (62,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         125.00              6,935,500          5,130,000         13,348,400          25,413,900
  Expenditure Adjustments                             0.00                (80,000)                 0                  0             (80,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      125.00              6,855,500          5,130,000         13,348,400          25,333,900
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00             (2,450,900)           (55,000)           (23,500)         (2,529,400)
  Base Adjustments                                   (1.00)                     0            (49,800)                 0             (49,800)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00                 96,300                  0                  0              96,300
FY 2010 Base                                        124.00              4,500,900          5,025,200         13,324,900          22,851,000
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                 11,100             22,100              2,100              35,300
  Replacement Items                                   0.00                      0             19,900             11,900              31,800
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                 (6,300)             5,500               (400)             (1,200)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00               (163,100)           (48,400)          (105,400)           (316,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           124.00              4,342,600          5,024,300         13,233,100          22,600,000
  1. Year 2 Funding Longitundinal Database            0.00                 80,000                  0          2,893,200           2,973,200
  2. Educational Reorganization - GEAR-UP             3.00                      0            100,000          1,520,000           1,620,000
  3. Educational Reorg - Student Assemt.              3.00              2,753,700                  0          4,412,300           7,166,000
  4. Pupil Transportation Review                      0.00                      0             20,000                  0              20,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         130.00              7,176,300          5,144,300         22,058,600          34,379,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               4.0%                  (1.8%)              0.0%              64.9%               33.1%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  4.0%                   3.5%               0.3%              65.3%               35.3%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization Fund in place of
General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The Superintendent's Office was provided a restoration of $96,300 to reduce the permanent reductions
in the General Fund to 3% for FY 2010. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY
2010; and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general
inflation. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-
time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at
his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.

This agency received an appropriation of $34,379,200, which is a total funds increase of 33.1% from the previous year. H312 provided
$34,256,800, S1227 provided $102,400, and H371 provided $20,000.

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This growth is due to the following four line items:
Line item 1 includes 2,893,200 of federal funding and $80,000 of General Funds for the second year of development of the longitudinal
data system.

Line item 2 includes $100,000 of dedicated funding and $1,520,000 of federal funds to assume responsibility of the GEAR-UP program.
GEAR-UP assists low-income students become better prepared for post-secondary education by providing early intervention services.
This program was previously administered by the Office of the State Board of Education.

Line item 3 includes $2,753,700 of General funds and $4,412,300 of federal funds to assume student assessment responsibilities
previously administered by the Office of the State Board of Education. Assessment will include the Idaho Standards Achievement Test
(ISAT), grades 3-8 & 10; the Idaho English Language Assessment (IELA), for limited English proficient students; and the National
Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) for grades 4, 8, and 12.

Line item 4 includes $20,000 of one-time funding to the Superintendent to coordinate a review of the statewide pupil transportation
program and is the result of H371. Outcomes will focus on opportunities and incentives to operate cost-effective and safe public school
busing operations and any recommended changes to Idaho Code. Results and recommendations from the review shall be presented to
the germane committees and the Joint Finance Appropriations Committee during the 2010 legislative session.

INTENT LANGUAGE: The Superintendent is required to revert $80,000 of General Funds at the end of FY 2009 to offset the line item
increase of $80,000 in FY 2010 for the longitudinal data system.

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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                        FTP     Pers. Cost    Oper Exp      Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
     G   0001-00   General                    46.57     3,448,500    3,623,200            0         24,600               0      7,096,300
OT   G   0001-00   General                     0.00        80,000            0            0              0               0         80,000
     D   0125-00   Indirect Cost Recov         9.50       571,400      282,300            0              0               0        853,700
OT   D   0125-00   Indirect Cost Recov         0.00        10,900            0            0              0               0         10,900
     D   0319-00   Driver's Training           2.25       157,400      151,100            0      2,113,300               0      2,421,800
OT   D   0319-00   Driver's Training           0.00         3,300          300        3,800              0               0          7,400
     D   0325-00   Public Instruction          8.50       618,100      825,200            0         11,400               0      1,454,700
OT   D   0325-00   Public Instruction          0.00        12,600          600        4,100              0               0         17,300
     D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev           3.50       257,000       85,000            0              0               0        342,000
OT   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev           0.00         5,400        1,200        9,900              0               0         16,500
     D   0481-01   Public School Income        3.00             0            0            0              0               0              0
OT   D   0481-55   Pub Ed Stabilization        0.00             0       20,000            0              0               0         20,000
     F   0348-00   Federal Grant              56.68     3,804,100   18,090,200            0         82,200               0     21,976,500
OT   F   0348-00   Federal Grant               0.00        70,200        2,700        9,200              0               0         82,100
                                   Totals:   130.00     9,038,900   23,081,800       27,000      2,231,500               0     34,379,200




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                                        Vocational Rehabilitation

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2010           FY 2010          FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr         Request           Gov Rec          Approp
BY PROGRAM
Community Supported Employment           4,237,100      4,236,100         4,060,900       4,951,900          3,899,100       3,892,600
Epilepsy Services                           70,300         67,800            69,600          70,300                  0               0
Renal Disease Services                     649,700        592,700           620,700         691,000            648,000         631,100
Vocational Rehabilitation               19,718,200     18,323,800        19,948,000      21,000,800         20,335,200      23,003,000
Total:                                  24,675,300     23,220,400        24,699,200      26,714,000         24,882,300      27,526,700
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  8,353,000      8,295,000         7,985,600       9,330,800          7,831,200       7,725,000
Dedicated                                1,521,700        858,100         1,553,000       1,601,800          1,601,800       4,633,400
Federal                                 14,800,600     14,067,300        15,160,600      15,781,400         15,449,300      15,168,300
Total:                                  24,675,300     23,220,400        24,699,200      26,714,000         24,882,300      27,526,700
Percent Change:                                              (5.9%)             6.4%              8.2%            0.7%           11.4%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          8,311,300      8,292,700         8,793,200       9,253,800          8,854,600       8,666,800
Operating Expenditures                   1,636,200      1,493,400         1,518,700       1,639,000          1,568,400       1,905,000
Capital Outlay                             324,300        306,000           198,100         165,800            130,500         897,200
Trustee/Benefit                         14,403,500     13,128,300        14,189,200      15,655,400         14,328,800      16,057,700
Total:                                  24,675,300     23,220,400        24,699,200      26,714,000         24,882,300      27,526,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  150.00           150.00          151.00           151.00            151.00          151.00

In accordance with §67-3519, Idaho Code, this agency is authorized no more than 151 full-time equivalent positions at any
point during the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 for the programs specified.
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                                                  FTP                Gen                   Ded                 Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  151.00          8,520,900             1,553,000          15,221,100       25,295,000
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00            (15,100)                    0             (60,500)         (75,600)
Rescissions                                       0.00           (520,200)                    0                   0         (520,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     151.00          7,985,600             1,553,000          15,160,600       24,699,200
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                0.00                  0                     0                   0                0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  151.00          7,985,600             1,553,000          15,160,600       24,699,200
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00            (13,800)                    0            (224,500)        (238,300)
Base Adjustments                                  0.00                  0                     0                   0                0
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           (150,100)                    0                   0         (150,100)
FY 2010 Base                                    151.00          7,821,700             1,553,000          14,936,100       24,310,800
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            (11,000)                    0              42,700           31,700
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                  0                43,100             182,300          225,400
Replacement Items                                 0.00                  0                     0             201,700          201,700
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00              4,100                     0              15,400           19,500
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00            (89,800)                    0            (209,900)        (299,700)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     151.00          7,725,000             1,596,100          15,168,300       24,489,400
Line Items                                        0.00                  0             3,037,300                   0        3,037,300
FY 2010 Total                                   151.00          7,725,000             4,633,400          15,168,300       27,526,700
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   0.0%              (9.3%)               198.4%               (0.3%)            8.8%
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.0%              (3.3%)           198.4%                 0.1%             11.4%




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I. Vocational Rehabilitation: Community Supported Employment
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 523 EDNE
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1239 (Ch.328)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Community Supported Employment (CSE) is a program designed to provide remunerative work and support
for adults with developmental disabilities and mental illness who lack the skills and experience to obtain and maintain employment in the
competitive labor market. Employment Services are comprised of Work Services and Community Supported Employment.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010              FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual          Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec              Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 4,237,100          4,236,100          4,060,900           4,951,900        3,899,100            3,892,600
Percent Change:                                                 0.0%              (4.1%)              21.9%            (4.0%)               (4.1%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           118,200            117,900            123,800             129,600          124,400               65,500
Operating Expenditures                     25,500             25,500             26,000              26,800           23,700               23,700
Trustee/Benefit                         4,093,400          4,092,700          3,911,100           4,795,500        3,751,000            3,803,400
Total:                                  4,237,100          4,236,100          4,060,900           4,951,900        3,899,100            3,892,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                     2.00                2.00                2.00               2.00           2.00                 2.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP                General             Dedicated             Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         2.00              4,321,200                      0                0              4,321,200
  Rescissions                                          0.00               (259,300)                     0                0               (259,300)
  Health Insurance Reduction                           0.00                 (1,000)                     0                0                 (1,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            2.00              4,060,900                      0                0              4,060,900
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00               (162,400)                     0                0               (162,400)
FY 2010 Base                                           2.00              3,898,500                      0                0              3,898,500
  Benefit Costs                                        0.00                    300                      0                0                    300
  Personnel Cost Reduction                             0.00                 (6,200)                     0                0                 (6,200)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              2.00              3,892,600                      0                0              3,892,600
  4. Object Transfers                                  0.00                      0                      0                0                      0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            2.00              3,892,600                      0                0              3,892,600
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%                  (9.9%)                  0.0%             0.0%                  (9.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%                  (4.1%)                  0.0%             0.0%                  (4.1%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated federal stimulus funds in place of General Funds
to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional base reduction of $162,400 from Community Supported Employment program contributed toward the overall 2% General
Fund additional base reduction for the division. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440
for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for
general inflation or replacement items. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal
cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the
Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of
Idaho. Line item 4, includes a $52,400 object transfer that decreases General Fund personnel costs with a corresponding increase in
General Fund trustee & benefit payments.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                          Total
   G 0001-00 General                        2.00         65,500            23,700                0     3,803,400                0        3,892,600




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II. Vocational Rehabilitation: Epilepsy Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 523 EDNC
Bill Number & Chapter: N/A

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This program is designated to educate individuals and the general public about epilepsy, and to provide
information, referral, and direct assistance to those with epilepsy. Due to General Fund cutbacks, the Epilepsy Services Program was not
funded in fiscal year 2010.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008           FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010         FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr           Actual        Total Appr           Request         Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   70,300            67,800             69,600          70,300                0                 0
Percent Change:                                              (3.6%)              2.7%            1.0%          (100.0%)          (100.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                           70,300            67,800             69,600          70,300                 0                 0

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP              General            Dedicated           Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00              70,300                    0                  0              70,300
  Rescissions                                        0.00                 (700)                  0                  0                 (700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          0.00              69,600                    0                  0              69,600
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  0.00               (2,500)                  0                  0               (2,500)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       0.00              67,100                    0                  0              67,100
  Base Adjustments                                   0.00                2,500                   0                  0                2,500
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00             (69,600)                   0                  0             (69,600)
FY 2010 Base                                         0.00                    0                   0                  0                    0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          0.00                    0                   0                  0                    0
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%             (100.0%)                0.0%               0.0%             (100.0%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%             (100.0%)                0.0%               0.0%             (100.0%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional base reduction of $69,600 from the Epilepsy Services program contributed toward the overall 2% General Fund additional
base reduction for the division. This additional base adjustment reduced the funding level 100% for Epilepsy Services and effectively
closed the Epilepsy Services progam.
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2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                             1 - 57                                                   Analyst: Austin
III. Vocational Rehabilitation: Renal Disease Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 523 EDNA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1239 (Ch.328)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Renal Disease Services program provides life-long dialysis or successful kidney transplant and anti-
rejection pharmaceutical treatment thereafter to Idaho citizens suffering from chronic renal failure.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010              FY 2010             FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request              Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   649,700            592,700          620,700              691,000            648,000            631,100
Percent Change:                                                (8.8%)            4.7%                11.3%               4.4%               1.7%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                            72,700             72,500           73,700               77,400             72,800             69,400
Operating Expenditures                     54,600             54,600           54,600               56,200             54,600             54,600
Trustee/Benefit                           522,400            465,600          492,400              557,400            520,600            507,100
Total:                                    649,700            592,700          620,700              691,000            648,000            631,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                     1.50               1.50               1.50               1.50              1.50                1.50

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP               General            Dedicated                Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        1.50               664,900                      0                   0               664,900
  Rescissions                                         0.00               (43,400)                     0                   0               (43,400)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00                  (800)                     0                   0                  (800)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           1.50               620,700                      0                   0               620,700
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00                14,700                      0                   0                14,700
FY 2010 Base                                          1.50               635,400                      0                   0               635,400
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                  (600)                     0                   0                  (600)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00                (3,700)                     0                   0                (3,700)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           1.50               631,100                      0                   0               631,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%                 (5.1%)                  0.0%                0.0%                 (5.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%                  1.7%                   0.0%                0.0%                  1.7%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated federal stimulus funds in place of General Funds
to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional base increase of $14,700 from the Renal Disease Services program contributed toward the overall 2% General Fund
additional base reduction for the division. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY
2010; and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general
inflation or replacement items. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts
restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the
Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of
Idaho.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                            Total
   G 0001-00 General                       1.50         69,400           54,600                0          507,100               0         631,100




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                1 - 58                                                          Analyst: Austin
IV. Vocational Rehabilitation: Vocational Rehabilitation
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 523 EDNB
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1239 (Ch.328)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation assists residents of the state, who are disabled, to retain or
enter into employment commensurate with their abilities, skills and desires.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008           FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010         FY 2010
                                    Total Appr           Actual         Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec         Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               3,395,900         3,398,400          3,234,400          3,617,600       3,284,100       3,201,300
Dedicated                             1,521,700           858,100          1,553,000          1,601,800       1,601,800       4,633,400
Federal                              14,800,600        14,067,300         15,160,600         15,781,400      15,449,300      15,168,300
Total:                               19,718,200        18,323,800         19,948,000         21,000,800      20,335,200      23,003,000
Percent Change:                                              (7.1%)               8.9%               5.3%          1.9%            15.3%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                       8,120,400         8,102,300          8,595,700          9,046,800       8,657,400       8,531,900
Operating Expenditures                1,556,100         1,413,300          1,438,100          1,556,000       1,490,100       1,826,700
Capital Outlay                          324,300           306,000            198,100            165,800         130,500         897,200
Trustee/Benefit                       9,717,400         8,502,200          9,716,100         10,232,200      10,057,200      11,747,200
Total:                               19,718,200        18,323,800         19,948,000         21,000,800      20,335,200      23,003,000
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                 146.50            146.50             147.50           147.50           147.50          147.50

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP              General             Dedicated           Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                     147.50            3,464,500            1,553,000         15,221,100        20,238,600
  Rescissions                                        0.00             (216,800)                   0                  0          (216,800)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00              (13,300)                   0            (60,500)          (73,800)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                        147.50            3,234,400            1,553,000         15,160,600        19,948,000
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  0.00                2,500                    0                  0             2,500
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                     147.50            3,236,900            1,553,000         15,160,600        19,950,500
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00              (13,800)                   0           (224,500)         (238,300)
  Base Adjustments                                   0.00               (2,500)                   0                  0            (2,500)
  Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00               67,200                    0                  0            67,200
FY 2010 Base                                       147.50            3,287,800            1,553,000         14,936,100        19,776,900
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00              (10,700)                   0             42,700            32,000
  Inflationary Adjustments                           0.00                    0               43,100            182,300           225,400
  Replacement Items                                  0.00                    0                    0            201,700           201,700
  Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00                4,100                    0             15,400            19,500
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00              (79,900)                   0           (209,900)         (289,800)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                          147.50            3,201,300            1,596,100         15,168,300        19,965,700
  2. ARRA for Vocational Rehabilitation              0.00                    0            2,903,700                  0         2,903,700
  3. ARRA for Independent Living                     0.00                    0              133,600                  0           133,600
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                        147.50            3,201,300            4,633,400         15,168,300        23,003,000
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                (7.6%)              198.4%              (0.3%)            13.7%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                (1.0%)              198.4%               0.1%             15.3%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated federal stimulus funds in place of General Funds
to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional base increase of $67,200 from the Vocational Rehabilitation program contributed toward the overall 2% General Fund
additional base reduction for the division. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY
2010; and funding for life and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. Funding provided for inflationary
increases in trustee & benefit costs includes $17,800 from the Rehabilitation Revenue and Refunds account, $182,300 from federal funds,
and $25,300 from the Miscellaneous Revenue fund. Replacement item spending authority of $201,700 in federal funds was provided for
software upgrades, office furniture, desktop computers, switches and servers, laptop computers, printers, and copiers. All state agency
personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation
was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain
health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items 2 and 3 provided spending authority for
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds of $2,903,700 for the Vocational Rehabilitation Program, and $133,600 for the
Independent Living Program. The Independent Living Program passes funds through to recipients such as the State Independent Living
Council.

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                             1 - 59                                                   Analyst: Austin
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost    Oper Exp     Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum           Total
   G   0001-00   General                  26.71     1,507,800      261,900          0    1,431,600     0       3,201,300
   D   0288-00   Rehab Cost Recovery       0.00             0            0          0      651,900     0         651,900
OT D   0346-00   American Reinvest         0.00       194,000      336,600    766,700    1,740,000     0       3,037,300
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00             0            0          0      944,200     0         944,200
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant           120.79     6,690,100    1,157,000          0    6,979,500     0      14,826,600
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.00       140,000       71,200    130,500            0     0         341,700
                               Totals:   147.50     8,531,900    1,826,700    897,200   11,747,200     0      23,003,000




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                                                           Section Contents
                                                   Health and Human Services
                                                           2009 Legislative Session
  Medically Indigent Health Care ............................................................................................. 2 - 3

  Health and Welfare, Department of ...................................................................................... 2 - 5

      Child Welfare ...................................................................................................................................... 2 - 6

      Developmentally Disabled, Services for .......................................................................................... 2 - 11

      Independent Councils ....................................................................................................................... 2 - 16

      Indirect Support Services ................................................................................................................. 2 - 20

      Medical Assistance Services ............................................................................................................ 2 - 22

      Mental Health Services ...................................................................................................................... 2 - 31

      Psychiatric Hospitalization ............................................................................................................... 2 - 37

      Public Health Services ...................................................................................................................... 2 - 43

      Service Integration ............................................................................................................................. 2 - 49

      Substance Abuse Treatment & Prevention ..................................................................................... 2 - 51

      Welfare, Division of ............................................................................................................................ 2 - 53

      Medically Indigent Administration ................................................................................................... 2 - 57

  Independent Living Council, State ....................................................................................... 2 - 59

  Public Health Districts .......................................................................................................... 2 - 61




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                                        Medically Indigent Health Care
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 903 XXAA(Cont), 903 XXAB
Bill Number & Chapter: S1199 (Ch. 210)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Meet the needs of the medically indigent in Idaho who do not qualify for state or federal health and welfare
programs, but who qualify for county assistance. The county is responsible for the first $11,000 in medical bills incurred by the medically
indigent in any twelve month period. The Medically Indigent Health Care Program is responsible for all medical bills in excess of $11,000.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008           FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr           Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 20,768,400      20,768,400        23,267,700        25,437,500         14,571,700       19,771,700
Dedicated                                        0       4,655,300                 0                 0                  0                0
Total:                                  20,768,400      25,423,700        23,267,700        25,437,500         14,571,700       19,771,700
Percent Change:                                               22.4%              (8.5%)            9.3%            (37.4%)           (15.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Operating Expenditures                           0         232,900                 0             4,000              4,000                0
Trustee/Benefit                                  0      25,190,800         2,500,000        25,433,500         14,567,700                0
Lump Sum                                20,768,400               0        20,767,700                 0                  0       19,771,700
Total:                                  20,768,400      25,423,700        23,267,700        25,437,500         14,571,700       19,771,700

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General          Dedicated               Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00         20,767,700                      0                  0          20,767,700
  1. Increased Funding                                0.00          2,500,000                      0                  0           2,500,000
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00         23,267,700                      0                  0          23,267,700
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   0.00                  0                      0                  0                   0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        0.00         23,267,700                      0                  0          23,267,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00         (2,500,000)                     0                  0          (2,500,000)
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00         20,767,700                      0                  0          20,767,700
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00              4,000                      0                  0               4,000
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             0.00         20,771,700                      0                  0          20,771,700
  3. County Contribution to $11,000                   0.00         (1,000,000)                     0                  0          (1,000,000)
  Lump Sum or Other Adjustments                       0.00                  0                      0                  0                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00         19,771,700                      0                  0          19,771,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%              (4.8%)                  0.0%               0.0%               (4.8%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%             (15.0%)                  0.0%               0.0%              (15.0%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: S1199 included $2,500,000 in one-time General Fund moneys to cover expenditures in excess of the original
appropriation.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: At the start of the 2009 session, the Governor recommended raising the county deductible to $15,000
for fiscal year 2010 and removed $6,200,000 in ongoing General Funds in his budget recommendation. After passage of S1158, the
Legislature funded a budget that restored $5,200,000 of the original $6,200,000 that was removed in the Governor's recommendation;
leaving a $1,000,000 reduction for fiscal year 2010 that recognized the savings associated with the increase in the county deductible from
S1158. Of the $5,200,000 that was restored by the Legislature for fiscal year 2010, only $1,086,100 was ongoing; the remaining
$4,113,900 was funded one-time and will require the budget to be reviewed again in the 2010 session.

OTHER LEGISLATION: S1158 modifies the current statutes dealing with catastrophic health care and includes raising the county
deductible from $10,000 to $11,000 per patient each year. The bill modifies the makeup of the Catastrophic Health Care Cost Program
Board to include four legislators, two members from each of the bodies with representation from both the majority and minority parties,
one appointment from the Governor, and the director of the Department of Health and Welfare. S1158 requires counties and the
Department of Health & Welfare to manage and pay for claims review of medical billings, perform utilization management for all services,
and create a hospital-based eligibility application to streamline the payment approval process. A new program was created and funded in
the Department of Health & Welfare to cover the new increased responsibilities at the state level; and the Legislative Services Office, as
authorized in §67-702, Idaho Code, is now responsible for the financial audit of the Catastrophic Health Care Cost Program. Finally,
S1158 requires a review of the statutory changes in three years.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0301-01 CAT - General                 0.00              0               0              0              0     15,657,800      15,657,800
OT G 0301-01 CAT - General                 0.00              0               0              0              0      4,113,900       4,113,900
                              Totals:      0.00              0               0              0              0     19,771,700      19,771,700




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                               Department of Health and Welfare

DEPARTMENT SUMMARY:                 FY 2008          FY 2008          FY 2009         FY 2010         FY 2010          FY 2010
                                  Total Appr          Actual        Total Appr        Request         Gov Rec          Approp
BY DIVISION
Child Welfare                        60,660,100      56,425,800       59,643,700      62,900,100      58,564,600       57,077,200
Develop Disabled Services            43,264,900      39,889,600       42,034,200      46,942,400      42,278,700       41,969,200
Independent Councils                  4,744,900       3,616,000        4,835,300       4,674,600       4,617,200        4,576,700
Indirect Support Services            36,306,900      35,435,900       36,009,000      41,232,100      36,713,500       37,531,700
Medical Assistance                1,288,732,900   1,301,346,200    1,442,396,000   1,625,596,500   1,399,057,500    1,507,467,100
Mental Health Services               40,891,700      39,862,200       37,909,600      40,122,600      37,363,800       36,325,900
Psychiatric Hospitalization          33,533,300      33,646,300       34,117,800      36,005,600      32,690,300       30,843,800
Public Health Services               85,546,700      81,190,700       90,105,600      86,361,000      81,894,300       82,352,900
Service Integration                   2,488,000       2,434,900        2,480,200       3,304,600       3,063,300        2,982,700
Substance Abuse                      24,343,000      22,015,300       30,924,000      23,745,400      22,989,000       30,965,900
Welfare, Division of                142,229,200     130,946,600      142,434,000     139,090,800     133,295,700      170,421,500
Medically Indigent Administration             0               0                0               0               0          381,900
Total:                            1,762,741,600   1,746,809,500    1,922,889,400   2,109,975,700   1,852,527,900    2,002,896,500
BY FUND SOURCE
General                            546,880,200      535,981,600      503,984,200     641,226,400     543,209,700      462,291,100
Dedicated                          131,623,000      122,327,700      135,602,300     153,959,200     153,131,000      142,016,600
Federal                          1,084,238,400    1,088,500,200    1,283,302,900   1,314,790,100   1,156,187,200    1,398,588,800
Total:                           1,762,741,600    1,746,809,500    1,922,889,400   2,109,975,700   1,852,527,900    2,002,896,500
Percent Change:                                           (0.9%)          10.1%             9.7%           (3.7%)            4.2%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                    186,623,100      178,418,500      192,745,600     203,963,300     191,890,400      186,399,300
Operating Expenditures             127,774,300      110,755,200      145,307,200     141,478,600     132,018,700      134,718,400
Capital Outlay                       3,983,400        5,433,700        1,815,800       3,901,000          23,600          643,200
Trustee/Benefit                  1,443,860,800    1,452,202,100    1,581,539,700   1,760,632,800   1,528,595,200    1,680,135,600
Lump Sum                               500,000                0        1,481,100               0               0        1,000,000
Total:                           1,762,741,600    1,746,809,500    1,922,889,400   2,109,975,700   1,852,527,900    2,002,896,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)              3,118.66        3,118.66         3,146.66        3,125.66        3,125.66         3,140.66

In accordance with Idaho Code §67-3519, the Department of Health and Welfare is authorized no more than 3,140.66 full-
time equivalent positions at any point during the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.




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                                                     Child Welfare

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008          FY 2008         FY 2009           FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr          Actual       Total Appr          Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Child Welfare                           32,369,900       30,247,100       33,093,800       34,806,600         32,252,700       30,765,300
Foster & Assistance Payments            28,290,200       26,178,700       26,549,900       28,093,500         26,311,900       26,311,900
Total:                                  60,660,100       56,425,800       59,643,700       62,900,100         58,564,600       57,077,200
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 25,882,400       23,767,000       25,976,600       28,249,200         24,534,400       23,435,400
Dedicated                                  772,500          772,500        1,166,600        1,051,600          1,346,000        1,343,600
Federal                                 34,005,200       31,886,300       32,500,500       33,599,300         32,684,200       32,298,200
Total:                                  60,660,100       56,425,800       59,643,700       62,900,100         58,564,600       57,077,200
Percent Change:                                                (7.0%)            5.7%               5.5%           (1.8%)           (4.3%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         23,232,600       21,853,400       25,100,900       25,311,400         23,786,400       22,793,600
Operating Expenditures                   8,101,900        7,331,500        7,926,200        8,941,700          8,466,300        7,971,700
Capital Outlay                           1,035,400        1,075,700           66,700          553,500                  0                0
Trustee/Benefit                         28,290,200       26,165,200       26,549,900       28,093,500         26,311,900       26,311,900
Total:                                  60,660,100       56,425,800       59,643,700       62,900,100         58,564,600       57,077,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  383.44             382.17         398.17           392.67             392.67            392.67



                                                  FTP                 Gen                   Ded                  Fed              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  398.17          26,797,600               872,200           33,103,200        60,773,000
Reappropriation                                   0.00           2,060,500                     0                    0         2,060,500
Supplementals                                     0.00             (75,000)              295,100             (175,100)           45,000
Omnibus Supplemental                              0.00                   0                     0              410,200           410,200
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00             (93,200)                 (700)            (105,100)         (199,000)
FMAP Shifts                                       0.00            (335,000)                    0              335,000                 0
Rescissions                                       0.00          (2,378,300)                    0           (1,067,700)       (3,446,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     398.17          25,976,600             1,166,600           32,500,500        59,643,700
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                0.50                   0                     0             (173,600)         (173,600)
Expenditure Adjustments                           0.00          (2,060,500)                    0                    0        (2,060,500)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  398.67          23,916,100             1,166,600           32,326,900        57,409,600
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00            (403,800)              (95,700)            (127,900)         (627,400)
Base Adjustments                                 (6.00)           (139,700)              (21,100)            (393,400)         (554,200)
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           1,035,300                     0              453,600         1,488,900
FY 2010 Base                                    392.67          24,407,900             1,049,800           32,259,200        57,716,900
Benefit Costs                                     0.00              30,100                   300               47,500            77,900
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                   0                     0                    0                 0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                   0                     0                    0                 0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00                 300                     0                1,100             1,400
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00            (523,900)               (2,200)            (392,500)         (918,600)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00              21,400                     0              (21,400)                0
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     392.67          23,935,800             1,047,900           31,893,900        56,877,600
Line Items                                        0.00            (500,400)              295,700              404,300           199,600
FY 2010 Total                                   392.67          23,435,400             1,343,600           32,298,200        57,077,200
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                  (1.4%)             (12.5%)                54.0%                (2.4%)            (6.1%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     (1.4%)             (9.8%)             15.2%                (0.6%)             (4.3%)




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I. Child Welfare: Child Welfare
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWDA, 270 HWJA
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), H319 (Ch.261), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Child Welfare program is responsible for child protection, foster care, adoptions, unmarried parent
services, and refugee assistance. The funding for children's mental health was transferred to its own program beginning in fiscal year 2006.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008              FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr              Actual         Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               13,189,300          11,855,900        13,390,100          15,023,900      12,483,700       11,851,000
Dedicated                                 92,200              92,200           115,500             109,600          94,900           92,500
Federal                               19,088,400          18,299,000        19,588,200          19,673,100      19,674,100       18,821,800
Total:                                32,369,900          30,247,100        33,093,800          34,806,600      32,252,700       30,765,300
Percent Change:                                                  (6.6%)              9.4%               5.2%         (2.5%)           (7.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                       23,232,600          21,853,400        25,100,900          25,311,400      23,786,400       22,793,600
Operating Expenditures                 8,101,900           7,331,500         7,926,200           8,941,700       8,466,300        7,971,700
Capital Outlay                         1,035,400           1,075,700            66,700             553,500               0                0
Trustee/Benefit                                0             (13,500)                0                   0               0                0
Total:                                32,369,900          30,247,100        33,093,800          34,806,600      32,252,700       30,765,300
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    383.44             382.17             398.17          392.67           392.67           392.67

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General            Dedicated           Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        398.17         13,778,500                 96,200         19,515,600         33,390,300
  Reappropriation                                       0.00          1,278,500                      0                  0          1,278,500
  1. Increase in Child Welfare Receipts                 0.00                  0                 20,000                  0             20,000
  Rescissions                                           0.00         (1,573,700)                     0           (232,500)        (1,806,200)
  Omnibus Supplemental                                  0.00                  0                      0            410,200            410,200
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00            (93,200)                  (700)          (105,100)          (199,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           398.17         13,390,100                115,500         19,588,200         33,093,800
  Transfer to DD (Exec Offc for Children)               0.50                  0                      0           (173,600)          (173,600)
  FY08 GF Reversion                                     0.00         (1,278,500)                     0                  0         (1,278,500)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        398.67         12,111,600                115,500         19,414,600         31,641,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00            (93,600)                     0           (127,900)          (221,500)
  Transfer Careline to Service Integration             (6.00)          (139,700)               (21,100)          (393,400)          (554,200)
  Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00            500,300                      0            334,400            834,700
FY 2010 Base                                          392.67         12,378,600                 94,400         19,227,700         31,700,700
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00             30,100                    300             47,500             77,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00                300                      0              1,100              1,400
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00           (523,900)                (2,200)          (392,500)          (918,600)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             392.67         11,885,100                 92,500         18,883,800         30,861,400
 17. Convert Contract Staff to State Staff              0.00            (34,100)                     0            (62,000)           (96,100)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           392.67         11,851,000                 92,500         18,821,800         30,765,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                (1.4%)            (14.0%)                 (3.8%)             (3.6%)             (7.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   (1.4%)            (11.5%)                (19.9%)             (3.9%)             (7.0%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 increased the dedicated fund spending authority by $20,000 for Casey Family Foundation grants.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 17 reduced the General Fund
appropriation due to the conversion of contract Information Technology (IT) services to state IT staff. The line item represented the
savings to the Child Welfare division from the conversion.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

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EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General             0.00     9,983,500       1,867,500               0              0              0     11,851,000
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated         392.67        71,000          20,000               0              0              0         91,000
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           0.00         1,500               0               0              0              0          1,500
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal             0.00    12,476,000       6,084,200               0              0              0     18,560,200
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal             0.00       261,600               0               0              0              0        261,600
                              Totals:   392.67    22,793,600       7,971,700               0              0              0     30,765,300




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II. Child Welfare: Foster & Assistance Payments
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWJB
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), H319 (Ch.261), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Foster & Assistance Payments program is responsible for the services and goods for children that are
part of the child protection, foster care, and/or adoptions systems. The funding for children's mental health services for children not under
state custody was transferred to its own program beginning in fiscal year 2006.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                12,693,100        11,911,100        12,586,500        13,225,300         12,050,700        11,584,400
Dedicated                                 680,300           680,300         1,051,100           942,000          1,251,100         1,251,100
Federal                                14,916,800        13,587,300        12,912,300        13,926,200         13,010,100        13,476,400
Total:                                 28,290,200        26,178,700        26,549,900        28,093,500         26,311,900        26,311,900
Percent Change:                                                (7.5%)             1.4%               5.8%             (0.9%)            (0.9%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                        28,290,200        26,178,700        26,549,900        28,093,500         26,311,900        26,311,900

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General            Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00         13,019,100              776,000           13,587,600           27,382,700
  GF from FY08 to be reverted                          0.00            782,000                    0                    0              782,000
  1. Increase in Child Welfare Receipts                0.00            (75,000)             275,100             (175,100)              25,000
  Rescissions                                          0.00           (804,600)                   0             (835,200)          (1,639,800)
  FMAP Shifts                                          0.00           (335,000)                   0              335,000                    0
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            0.00         12,586,500            1,051,100           12,912,300           26,549,900
  FY08 GF Reversion                                    0.00           (782,000)                   0                    0             (782,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                         0.00         11,804,500            1,051,100           12,912,300           25,767,900
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00           (310,200)             (95,700)                   0             (405,900)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00            535,000                    0              119,200              654,200
FY 2010 Base                                           0.00         12,029,300              955,400           13,031,500           26,016,200
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                         0.00             21,400                    0              (21,400)                   0
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              0.00         12,050,700              955,400           13,010,100           26,016,200
 14. Casey Family Foundation Contributions             0.00                  0              295,700                    0              295,700
 20. ARRA FMAP Adjustment                              0.00           (466,300)                   0              466,300                    0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            0.00         11,584,400            1,251,100           13,476,400           26,311,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%             (11.0%)               61.2%                (0.8%)               (3.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%              (8.0%)               19.0%                 4.4%                (0.9%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 reduced the General Fund appropriation by $75,000 and federal fund spending authority by $175,100, and
increased dedicated receipts spending authority by $275,100 for a net increase of $25,000. H319 included a one-time General Fund
reduction in the amount of $335,000 and a corresponding federal fund increase due to the FMAP rate adjustment for Medicaid payments.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 14 provided dedicated fund
spending authority for the department to spend one-time Casey Family grant funding on costs for foster children who have not met the 90-
day waiting period requirement for federal assistance. Line item 20 reduced the General Fund appropriation and provided a corresponding
federal fund increase for the change in the FMAP rate under Medicaid.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
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particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00               0              0               0    11,584,400                0     11,584,400
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00               0              0               0       955,400                0        955,400
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00               0              0               0       295,700                0        295,700
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00               0              0               0    13,476,400                0     13,476,400
                              Totals:      0.00               0              0               0    26,311,900                0     26,311,900




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                         Services for the Developmentally Disabled

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010        FY 2010          FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr          Request        Gov Rec          Approp
BY PROGRAM
Community DD Services                   18,947,200     16,101,300        17,256,100       19,408,400      17,951,000      18,571,400
ISSH                                    24,317,700     23,788,300        24,778,100       27,534,000      24,327,700      23,397,800
Total:                                  43,264,900     39,889,600        42,034,200       46,942,400      42,278,700      41,969,200
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 14,917,900     14,403,800        12,598,300       16,364,100      14,051,500      10,871,000
Dedicated                                2,806,300      2,780,300         3,601,300        3,683,200       3,635,500       3,560,500
Federal                                 25,540,700     22,705,500        25,834,600       26,895,100      24,591,700      27,537,700
Total:                                  43,264,900     39,889,600        42,034,200       46,942,400      42,278,700      41,969,200
Percent Change:                                              (7.8%)             5.4%           11.7%            0.6%           (0.2%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         29,807,800     28,298,100        30,207,300       32,601,900      30,327,100      29,133,300
Operating Expenditures                   7,239,800      6,152,500         6,144,400        7,806,600       6,509,400       7,539,200
Capital Outlay                             603,600        658,600           292,000          644,300               0               0
Trustee/Benefit                          5,613,700      4,780,400         5,390,500        5,889,600       5,442,200       5,296,700
Total:                                  43,264,900     39,889,600        42,034,200       46,942,400      42,278,700      41,969,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  542.45           547.45          543.45           550.95          550.95           550.95



                                                  FTP               Gen                    Ded               Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  543.45        15,029,300              3,050,700        25,542,600       43,622,600
Reappropriation                                   0.00           530,900                      0                 0          530,900
Supplementals                                     0.00                 0                563,600                 0          563,600
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00           (84,700)               (13,000)         (174,100)        (271,800)
FMAP Shifts                                       0.00        (1,505,300)                     0         1,505,300                0
Rescissions                                       0.00        (1,371,900)                     0        (1,039,200)      (2,411,100)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     543.45        12,598,300              3,601,300        25,834,600       42,034,200
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                7.50                 0                      0           173,600          173,600
Expenditure Adjustments                           0.00          (530,900)                     0                 0         (530,900)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  550.95        12,067,400              3,601,300        26,008,200       41,676,900
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00          (134,800)                     0          (272,900)        (407,700)
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00         1,830,600                      0        (1,332,500)         498,100
FY 2010 Base                                    550.95        13,763,200              3,601,300        24,402,800       41,767,300
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            45,400                  5,000            63,200          113,600
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 0                      0                 0                0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                 0                      0                 0                0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00              (500)                     0              (900)          (1,400)
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00          (466,800)               (45,800)         (577,500)      (1,090,100)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00                 0                      0                 0                0
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     550.95        13,341,300              3,560,500        23,887,600       40,789,400
Line Items                                        0.00        (2,470,300)                     0         3,650,100        1,179,800
FY 2010 Total                                   550.95        10,871,000              3,560,500        27,537,700       41,969,200
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   1.4%            (27.7%)                 16.7%              7.8%            (3.8%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     1.4%             (13.7%)             (1.1%)             6.6%             (0.2%)




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I. Services for the Developmentally Disabled: Community Developmental Disability
Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWGA, 270 HWJC
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), H318 (Ch.260), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Provides community-based services for children and adults with developmental disabilities.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 9,308,400         9,325,300          8,211,400         9,744,300        8,576,900         8,247,900
Dedicated                               1,686,900         1,659,300          2,487,900         2,563,800        2,522,100         2,464,900
Federal                                 7,951,900         5,116,700          6,556,800         7,100,300        6,852,000         7,858,600
Total:                                 18,947,200        16,101,300         17,256,100        19,408,400       17,951,000        18,571,400
Percent Change:                                               (15.0%)              7.2%            12.5%              4.0%              7.6%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        10,163,900         9,204,300          9,877,800        10,930,400       10,189,900         9,758,000
Operating Expenditures                  3,233,300         2,180,700          2,246,100         2,793,700        2,622,900         3,802,700
Capital Outlay                            288,000           318,100             28,200           179,700                0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                         5,262,000         4,398,200          5,104,000         5,504,600        5,138,200         5,010,700
Total:                                 18,947,200        16,101,300         17,256,100        19,408,400       17,951,000        18,571,400
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  166.92            166.92             167.92            169.42            169.42            169.42

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General             Dedicated            Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      167.92            9,179,100            1,931,300           6,771,400          17,881,800
  1. Infant Toddler Receipts Authority                0.00                    0              563,600                   0             563,600
  Rescissions                                         0.00             (926,800)                   0            (178,500)         (1,105,300)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00              (40,900)              (7,000)            (36,100)            (84,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         167.92            8,211,400            2,487,900           6,556,800          17,256,100
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   1.50                    0                    0             173,600             173,600
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      169.42            8,211,400            2,487,900           6,730,400          17,429,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00              (36,200)                   0             (54,400)            (90,600)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00              288,200                    0             126,200             414,400
FY 2010 Base                                        169.42            8,463,400            2,487,900           6,802,200          17,753,500
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00               20,600                2,900              13,400              36,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                 (400)                   0                (500)               (900)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00             (235,700)             (25,900)           (136,300)           (397,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           169.42            8,247,900            2,464,900           6,678,800          17,391,600
 20. ARRA Inf. Tod. Database & FMAP Adj.              0.00                    0                    0           1,179,800           1,179,800
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         169.42            8,247,900            2,464,900           7,858,600          18,571,400
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.9%               (10.1%)               27.6%               16.1%                3.9%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.9%                 0.4%                (0.9%)              19.9%                7.6%

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided an additional $563,600 in dedicated fund spending authority in the Community Developmental Disability
Services program for personnel costs and trustee & benefit payments for staff within the Infant Toddler program.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 20 provided one-time federal fund
spending authority for a new Infant Toddler database system. The funding was made available from the federal American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act, and intent language was included regarding minimum system capabilities.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the
provisions of Section 67-3511, Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be
transferred to any other objects within the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.
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TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

INFANT AND TODDLER DATABASE SYSTEM. Recognizing that many parents of clients utilizing the Department of Health & Welfare
Infant Toddler program have the capacity to pay for services through personal insurance, and that the current Infant and Toddler systems
do not possess the information technology structure to handle insurance billing and receipting, the Department of Health & Welfare is
directed to include in the purchase of any information technology systems, including a database system, for the Infant and Toddler
Program the capacity to bill and receipt insurance payments for any and all services provided to the client through the Infant and Toddler
Program.

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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General             0.00      4,499,000       1,263,900               0     2,485,000               0      8,247,900
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated         169.42        821,600          46,300               0     1,579,800               0      2,447,700
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           0.00         17,200               0               0             0               0         17,200
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal             0.00      4,329,300       1,312,700               0       945,900               0      6,587,900
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal             0.00         90,900       1,179,800               0             0               0      1,270,700
                              Totals:   169.42      9,758,000       3,802,700               0     5,010,700               0     18,571,400




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II. Services for the Developmentally Disabled: Idaho State School and Hospital
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWGG, 270 HWJD
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), H318 (Ch.260), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Idaho State School and Hospital (ISSH) serves the physical, mental, and social needs of institutionalized
handicapped persons, protecting their rights and providing high quality habitation programs so that each individual served can realize a
maximum level of self-sufficiency.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008           FY 2008            FY 2009            FY 2010         FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr           Actual          Total Appr           Request         Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                5,609,500         5,078,500           4,386,900          6,619,800      5,474,600         2,623,100
Dedicated                              1,119,400         1,121,000           1,113,400          1,119,400      1,113,400         1,095,600
Federal                               17,588,800        17,588,800          19,277,800         19,794,800     17,739,700        19,679,100
Total:                                24,317,700        23,788,300          24,778,100         27,534,000     24,327,700        23,397,800
Percent Change:                                               (2.2%)                4.2%            11.1%           (1.8%)            (5.6%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                       19,643,900        19,093,800          20,329,500         21,671,500     20,137,200        19,375,300
Operating Expenditures                 4,006,500         3,971,800           3,898,300          5,012,900      3,886,500         3,736,500
Capital Outlay                           315,600           340,500             263,800            464,600              0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                          351,700           382,200             286,500            385,000        304,000           286,000
Total:                                24,317,700        23,788,300          24,778,100         27,534,000     24,327,700        23,397,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  375.53            380.53             375.53            381.53          381.53            381.53

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General              Dedicated          Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      375.53             5,850,200            1,119,400       18,771,200           25,740,800
  Reappropriation                                     0.00               530,900                    0                0              530,900
  Rescissions                                         0.00              (445,100)                   0         (860,700)          (1,305,800)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00               (43,800)              (6,000)        (138,000)            (187,800)
  FMAP Shifts                                         0.00            (1,505,300)                   0        1,505,300                    0
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         375.53             4,386,900            1,113,400       19,277,800           24,778,100
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   6.00                     0                    0                0                    0
  Expenditure Adjustments                             0.00              (530,900)                   0                0             (530,900)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      381.53             3,856,000            1,113,400       19,277,800           24,247,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00               (98,600)                   0         (218,500)            (317,100)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00             1,542,400                    0       (1,458,700)              83,700
FY 2010 Base                                        381.53             5,299,800            1,113,400       17,600,600           24,013,800
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                24,800                2,100           49,800               76,700
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                  (100)                   0             (400)                (500)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00              (231,100)             (19,900)        (441,200)            (692,200)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           381.53             5,093,400            1,095,600       17,208,800           23,397,800
 20. ARRA Inf. Tod. Database & FMAP Adj.              0.00            (2,470,300)                   0        2,470,300                    0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         381.53             2,623,100            1,095,600       19,679,100           23,397,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               1.6%                (55.2%)               (2.1%)            4.8%                (9.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  1.6%                (40.2%)               (1.6%)            2.1%                (5.6%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H318 included a one-time General Fund reduction for FY 2009 in the amount of $1,505,300 and a corresponding
federal fund increase due to the FMAP rate adjustment for Medicaid payments.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 20 reduced the General Fund
appropriation and provided a corresponding federal fund increase for the change in the FMAP rate under Medicaid.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
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essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

IDAHO STATE SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL CLIENT TRANSITION REVIEW AND REPORT. It is the intent of the Idaho Legislature, that
the Department of Health and Welfare and the Board of the Idaho State School and Hospital shall enter into discussions with stakeholders
to create a plan for transitioning the current residents of the Idaho State School and Hospital into services in the community or other
private institutional settings. The discussion shall include the Divisions of Family and Community Services, Behavioral Health, Medicaid,
ISSH Administration and board representatives, community providers, and other stakeholders as identified by the department. The plan
shall include, at a minimum, a broad based manifest of the clientele ISSH serves and their individual medical as well as treatment needs,
strategies for transitioning those clientele out of ISSH, a detailed list of barriers and suggestions for overcoming the barriers, a detailed
cost analysis for transitioning clients, and timelines for transition. A report by the Department of Health and Welfare outlining the plan
shall be provided to the Health and Welfare Germane committees and the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee during the 2nd Regular
Session of the 60th Idaho Legislature.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00      2,363,700        189,100                0        70,300                0      2,623,100
   D   0179-00   Medical Assistance        0.00              0          3,500                0             0                0          3,500
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated          381.53        630,500        437,800                0        10,600                0      1,078,900
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00         13,200              0                0             0                0         13,200
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00     16,073,800      3,106,100                0       205,100                0     19,385,000
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00        294,100              0                0             0                0        294,100
                               Totals:   381.53     19,375,300      3,736,500                0       286,000                0     23,397,800




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                                           Independent Councils

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008         FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010        FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr         Actual         Total Appr          Request        Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Council            279,900            254,100         187,500          199,100         182,600           150,600
Developmental Disab. Council               656,800         608,400            825,800          893,500         864,200          849,200
Domestic Violence Council                3,808,200       2,753,500          3,822,000        3,582,000       3,570,400        3,576,900
Total:                                   4,744,900       3,616,000          4,835,300        4,674,600       4,617,200        4,576,700
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                    277,000         255,900            305,300          347,200         302,900          263,400
Dedicated                                  548,600         339,000            558,300          562,800         556,300          551,100
Federal                                  3,919,300       3,021,100          3,971,700        3,764,600       3,758,000        3,762,200
Total:                                   4,744,900       3,616,000          4,835,300        4,674,600       4,617,200        4,576,700
Percent Change:                                               (23.8%)             33.7%          (3.3%)          (4.5%)           (5.3%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           826,000            639,300         840,700          841,200         801,100           785,600
Operating Expenditures                    645,000            437,800         718,200          753,100         739,800           714,800
Capital Outlay                                   0           7,000              3,100            4,000               0                0
Trustee/Benefit                          3,273,900       2,531,900          3,273,300        3,076,300       3,076,300        3,076,300
Total:                                   4,744,900       3,616,000          4,835,300        4,674,600       4,617,200        4,576,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   13.00              13.00              12.00         12.00           12.00             12.00



                                                      FTP             Gen                    Ded               Fed               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       12.00         305,500                559,600         3,974,600          4,839,700
Reappropriation                                       0.00          20,700                      0                 0             20,700
Supplementals                                         0.00               0                      0                 0                  0
Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00          (1,800)                (1,300)           (2,900)            (6,000)
Rescissions                                           0.00         (19,100)                     0                 0            (19,100)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          12.00         305,300                558,300         3,971,700          4,835,300
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                    0.00               0                      0          (250,000)          (250,000)
Expenditure Adjustments                               0.00         (20,700)                     0                 0            (20,700)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       12.00         284,600                558,300         3,721,700          4,564,600
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00         (10,000)                (3,100)         (171,800)          (184,900)
Base Adjustments                                      0.00               0                      0                 0                  0
Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00               0                      0                 0                  0
FY 2010 Base                                         12.00         274,600                555,200         3,549,900          4,379,700
Benefit Costs                                         0.00             900                    600               900              2,400
Inflationary Adjustments                              0.00               0                      0                 0                  0
Replacement Items                                     0.00               0                      0                 0                  0
Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00         (12,100)                (4,700)          (11,400)           (28,200)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                          12.00         263,400                551,100         3,539,400          4,353,900
Line Items                                            0.00               0                      0           222,800            222,800
FY 2010 Total                                        12.00         263,400                551,100         3,762,200          4,576,700
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                       0.0%          (13.8%)                 (1.5%)            (5.3%)             (5.4%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.0%               (13.7%)             (1.3%)            (5.3%)             (5.3%)




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I. Independent Councils: Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWHE
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H314 (Ch.256), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Council was established in 1991 to coordinate state level programs and to ensure accommodations and
access to services for the deaf and hearing impaired.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr          Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   151,500           130,400           180,000             191,600          175,100          143,100
Dedicated                                   7,500             6,600             7,500               7,500            7,500            7,500
Federal                                   120,900           117,100                 0                   0                0                0
Total:                                    279,900           254,100           187,500             199,100          182,600          150,600
Percent Change:                                               (9.2%)              (26.2%)             6.2%           (2.6%)          (19.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           162,400           131,600           152,900             142,000          133,000          126,000
Operating Expenditures                    113,000           114,900            30,100              49,600           42,100           17,100
Capital Outlay                                  0             1,000                 0                   0                0                0
Trustee/Benefit                             4,500             6,600             4,500               7,500            7,500            7,500
Total:                                    279,900           254,100           187,500             199,100          182,600          150,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    3.00                3.00              2.00               2.00            2.00             2.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP                General           Dedicated              Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        2.00          171,500               7,500                     0           179,000
   Reappropriation                                    0.00           20,700                    0                    0            20,700
   Rescissions                                        0.00          (11,200)                   0                    0           (11,200)
   Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00            (1,000)                  0                    0            (1,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           2.00          180,000               7,500                     0           187,500
   Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  0.00                 0                   0                    0                 0
   FY08 GF Reversion                                  0.00          (20,700)                   0                    0           (20,700)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        2.00          159,300               7,500                     0           166,800
   Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00          (10,000)                   0                    0           (10,000)
   Additional Base Adjustment                         0.00                 0                   0                    0                 0
FY 2010 Base                                          2.00          149,300               7,500                     0           156,800
   Benefit Costs                                      0.00               400                   0                    0               400
   Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00            (6,600)                  0                    0            (6,600)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           2.00          143,100               7,500                     0           150,600
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%           (16.6%)                0.0%                0.0%             (15.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%           (20.5%)                0.0%                0.0%             (19.7%)
 RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
 dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
 insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that
employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core
functions first and development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education
stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards
core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                      Total
    G 0220-03 CW - General                 0.00        126,000           17,100               0              0                0      143,100
    D 0220-05 CW - Dedicated               2.00              0                0               0          7,500                0        7,500
                           Totals:         2.00        126,000           17,100               0          7,500                0      150,600
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II. Independent Councils: Developmental Disabilities Council
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWHB
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H314 (Ch.256), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Maintain a central point for cooperation and coordination between the public and private sectors to ensure
that those with developmental disabilities receive the necessary services or other assistance.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                        FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010            FY 2010           FY 2010
                                      Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr          Request            Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                    112,400           112,400           111,200             139,900          113,600           106,800
Dedicated                                   15,000                 0            15,000              15,000           15,000            15,000
Federal                                    529,400           496,000           699,600             738,600          735,600           727,400
Total:                                     656,800           608,400           825,800             893,500          864,200           849,200
Percent Change:                                                 (7.4%)             35.7%               8.2%            4.7%              2.8%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                            397,700           374,500           412,600             435,900          416,400           401,400
Operating Expenditures                     226,900           184,300           381,600             422,000          416,200           416,200
Capital Outlay                                   0             3,900                 0               4,000                0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                             32,200            45,700            31,600              31,600           31,600            31,600
Total:                                     656,800           608,400           825,800             893,500          864,200           849,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                      6.00               6.00             6.00                6.00            6.00              6.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General           Dedicated              Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                              6.00             118,900              15,000             701,900            835,800
   Rescissions                                              0.00              (7,000)                  0                   0             (7,000)
   Health Insurance Reduction                               0.00                (700)                  0              (2,300)            (3,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                                 6.00             111,200              15,000             699,600            825,800
   Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                        0.00                   0                   0                   0                  0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                              6.00             111,200              15,000             699,600            825,800
   Removal of One-Time Expenditures                         0.00                   0                   0            (171,800)          (171,800)
   Base Adjustments                                         0.00                   0                   0                   0                  0
   Additional Base Adjustment                               0.00                   0                   0                   0                  0
FY 2010 Base                                                6.00             111,200              15,000             527,800            654,000
   Benefit Costs                                            0.00                 500                   0                 800              1,300
   Personnel Cost Reduction                                 0.00              (4,900)                  0              (9,000)           (13,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                                   6.00             106,800              15,000             519,600            641,400
   8. Person-Centered Planning Grant                        0.00                   0                   0             207,800            207,800
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                                 6.00             106,800              15,000             727,400            849,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                     0.0%              (10.2%)               0.0%                3.6%               1.6%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                        0.0%               (4.0%)               0.0%                4.0%               2.8%
 RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
 dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
 insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.
 APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
 appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
 and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
 All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
 An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
 to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 8 provided one-time spending
 authority for the second year of the Person-Centered Planning Grant.
 LEGISLATIVE INTENT: EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that
 employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core
 functions first and development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education
 stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards
 core expenditures.
 TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
 Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
 particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
 funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
 designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
 FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00         94,100           12,700               0              0               0        106,800
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated             6.00              0           15,000               0              0               0         15,000
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00        285,400          196,600               0         31,600               0        513,600
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00         21,900          191,900               0              0               0        213,800
                              Totals:       6.00        401,400          416,200               0         31,600               0        849,200

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III. Independent Councils: Domestic Violence Council
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWHA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H314 (Ch.256), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Provides counseling, medicine and financial assistance to victims of domestic violence.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                        FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                      Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr          Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                     13,100            13,100             14,100            15,700            14,200            13,500
Dedicated                                  526,100           332,400            535,800           540,300           533,800           528,600
Federal                                  3,269,000         2,408,000          3,272,100         3,026,000         3,022,400         3,034,800
Total:                                   3,808,200         2,753,500          3,822,000         3,582,000         3,570,400         3,576,900
Percent Change:                                                (27.7%)             38.8%            (6.3%)             (6.6%)            (6.4%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                            265,900           133,200            275,200           263,300           251,700           258,200
Operating Expenditures                     305,100           138,600            306,500           281,500           281,500           281,500
Capital Outlay                                   0             2,100              3,100                 0                 0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                          3,237,200         2,479,600          3,237,200         3,037,200         3,037,200         3,037,200
Total:                                   3,808,200         2,753,500          3,822,000         3,582,000         3,570,400         3,576,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                      4.00               4.00             4.00                4.00             4.00              4.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General           Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                              4.00              15,100            537,100            3,272,700          3,824,900
   Rescissions                                              0.00                (900)                  0                   0                (900)
   Health Insurance Reduction                               0.00                (100)            (1,300)                (600)             (2,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                                 4.00              14,100            535,800            3,272,100          3,822,000
   Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                        0.00                   0                   0            (250,000)          (250,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                              4.00              14,100            535,800            3,022,100          3,572,000
   Removal of One-Time Expenditures                         0.00                   0             (3,100)                   0              (3,100)
   Additional Base Adjustment                               0.00                   0                   0                   0                   0
FY 2010 Base                                                4.00              14,100            532,700            3,022,100          3,568,900
   Benefit Costs                                            0.00                   0                 600                 100                 700
   Personnel Cost Reduction                                 0.00                (600)            (4,700)              (2,400)             (7,700)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                                   4.00              13,500            528,600            3,019,800          3,561,900
  20. ARRA VOCA Funding                                     0.00                   0                   0              15,000             15,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                                 4.00              13,500            528,600            3,034,800          3,576,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                     0.0%              (10.6%)              (1.6%)              (7.3%)              (6.5%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                        0.0%               (4.3%)              (1.3%)              (7.3%)              (6.4%)
 RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%, and reduced
 General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.
 APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the department received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original appropriation. An
 additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
 insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
 agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
 appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
 maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 20 provided spending authority for the
 personnel costs associated with the additional Victims of Crime Assistance Grants (VOCA) that were received through the American
 Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The trustee & benefit payments spending authority did not need to be increased for the additional grant
 funds due an excess of spending authority above the original cash amounts received for VOCA grants.
 LEGISLATIVE INTENT: EDUCATION STIPEND FOR EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an essential part of a
 workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and development and training
 second. The department is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during FY
 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.
 TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
 Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
 particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
 funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
 designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
 FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00         12,100            1,400               0             0                  0       13,500
   D   0175-00   Domestic Violence          1.00        150,400          163,200               0       171,800                  0      485,400
OT D   0175-00   Domestic Violence          0.00          3,200                0               0             0                  0        3,200
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated             3.00              0           40,000               0             0                  0       40,000
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00         90,900           76,900               0     2,865,400                  0    3,033,200
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00          1,600                0               0             0                  0        1,600
                               Totals:      4.00        258,200          281,500               0     3,037,200                  0    3,576,900

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                                             Indirect Support Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWAA, 270 HWTA(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H316 (Ch.258), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Provide policy direction, administrative leadership, total management support services and information
necessary for the department to operate effectively. Includes the Division of Information Services, the Division of Management Services,
Legal Services, the Office of Public Participation, the Office of the Director, and Regional Administration.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                     FY 2008              FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010        FY 2010           FY 2010
                                    Total Appr              Actual         Total Appr           Request        Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               17,463,800          16,927,700          16,824,200        19,734,200    17,372,600       17,171,000
Dedicated                              1,080,100           1,085,400           1,371,100         1,692,900     1,515,000        1,991,900
Federal                               17,763,000          17,422,800          17,813,700        19,805,000    17,825,900       18,368,800
Total:                                36,306,900          35,435,900          36,009,000        41,232,100    36,713,500       37,531,700
Percent Change:                                                  (2.4%)              1.6%            14.5%          2.0%              4.2%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                       20,819,000          19,554,200          20,705,100        22,519,000    20,732,000       20,767,600
Operating Expenditures                14,860,600          15,143,900          14,957,000        17,158,800    15,971,500       16,275,500
Capital Outlay                           627,300             737,800             346,900         1,554,300        10,000          488,600
Total:                                36,306,900          35,435,900          36,009,000        41,232,100    36,713,500       37,531,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    320.98             302.92             323.48          297.92         297.92            302.92

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General            Dedicated         Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        323.48         17,950,300              1,453,100       18,413,400         37,816,800
  1. ARRA Food Stamps Admin                             0.00                  0                      0          202,000            202,000
  Rescissions                                           0.00         (1,049,600)                     0         (798,500)        (1,848,100)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00            (76,500)               (82,000)          (3,200)          (161,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           323.48         16,824,200              1,371,100       17,813,700         36,009,000
  Receipts Authority                                  (29.56)          (120,800)                     0          350,000            229,200
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        293.92         16,703,400              1,371,100       18,163,700         36,238,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00           (296,400)                     0         (834,500)        (1,130,900)
  Base Adjustments                                      0.00                  0                 78,800          (78,800)                 0
  Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00            320,100                      0           17,800            337,900
FY 2010 Base                                          293.92         16,727,100              1,449,900       17,268,200         35,445,200
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00             30,600                 80,200          (53,100)            57,700
  PC Replacement                                        0.00                  0                254,900          223,700            478,600
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00            516,500                      0          408,300            924,800
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00           (489,500)               (13,100)        (314,300)          (816,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             293.92         16,784,700              1,771,900       17,532,800         36,089,400
  8. Criminal History Check Receipts                    0.00                  0                220,000                0            220,000
 17. Convert Contract Staff to State Staff              9.00            386,300                      0          386,300            772,600
 20. ARRA Food Stamps Admin                             0.00                  0                      0          449,700            449,700
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           302.92         17,171,000              1,991,900       18,368,800         37,531,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                (6.4%)             (4.3%)                 37.1%            (0.2%)             (0.8%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   (6.4%)              2.1%                  45.3%             3.1%               4.2%

SUPPLEMENTALS: H316 included supplemental funding of $202,000 for the debit card processing fees associated with the increase in
food stamps cases.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation, but $478,600 was
provided for replacement item needs that arise during FY 2010. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with
dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund
personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state
services to the citizens of Idaho. There were three line items funded in this program. Line item 8 provided $220,000 in spending authority
for criminal history check fee receipts. Line item 17 provided nine positions and $772,600 to convert information technology contractors to
state staff. The overall conversion saved the General Fund approximately $90,000. Line item 20 provided $449,700 for the debit card
processing fees associated with the increase in food stamps cases.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 2 - 20                                                 Analyst: Castro
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

VEHICLE MANAGEMENT. It is the intent of the Legislature that all vehicles authorized to the Department of Health and Welfare will be
utilized at maximum capacity, thus, the Indirect Support services program is to ensure that the newest and lowest mileage vehicles are
located in the regional offices for use by regional staff and the oldest and highest mileage vehicles are utilized by the central office staff in
Boise. It is also the intent of the Legislature that Indirect Support Services review vehicle usage and determine if the current number of
vehicles owned by the Department is the appropriate number needed. If it is not, then it is the intent of the Legislature that Indirect
Support Services surplus any underutilized vehicles and bring the overall number of vehicles on the fixed assets list in line with the actual
number of vehicles needed by the department.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                          Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00       9,718,100       7,452,900               0                0               0      17,171,000
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           302.92         545,500       1,127,700               0                0               0       1,673,200
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated             0.00           8,800          45,000         264,900                0               0         318,700
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00      10,285,700       7,200,200               0                0               0      17,485,900
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00         209,500         449,700         223,700                0               0         882,900
                              Totals:     302.92      20,767,600      16,275,500         488,600                0               0      37,531,700




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                                   Medical Assistance Services

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008          FY 2008           FY 2009          FY 2010         FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr          Actual         Total Appr         Request         Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Medicaid Admin & Medical Mgmt           55,225,100       42,752,700        66,815,200       71,735,900      70,976,100        69,105,000
Coordinated Medicaid Plan            203,291,200        374,824,200        411,561,200      462,675,300     404,825,100      440,240,800
Enhanced Medicaid Plan               556,711,000        541,409,100        581,698,400      658,809,100     557,358,000      594,028,100
Basic Medicaid Plan                  473,505,600        342,360,200        382,321,200      432,376,200     365,898,300      404,093,200
Total:                             1,288,732,900      1,301,346,200      1,442,396,000    1,625,596,500   1,399,057,500    1,507,467,100
BY FUND SOURCE
General                              370,334,500        368,320,000        330,923,100      460,827,800     385,196,600      309,178,200
Dedicated                             92,274,700         85,462,500         90,774,600      112,320,700     111,816,500       97,305,300
Federal                              826,123,700        847,563,700      1,020,698,300    1,052,448,000     902,044,400    1,100,983,600
Total:                             1,288,732,900      1,301,346,200      1,442,396,000    1,625,596,500   1,399,057,500    1,507,467,100
Percent Change:                                                 1.0%              10.8%          12.7%            (3.0%)            4.5%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         18,357,500       16,710,900        19,196,500       20,246,500      19,359,300        18,700,300
Operating Expenditures                33,283,200         24,720,000         46,641,300       48,364,300      48,667,200       47,455,100
Capital Outlay                           295,200            391,200             87,600          175,500               0                0
Trustee/Benefit                    1,236,797,000      1,259,524,100      1,376,470,600    1,556,810,200   1,331,031,000    1,441,311,700
Total:                             1,288,732,900      1,301,346,200      1,442,396,000    1,625,596,500   1,399,057,500    1,507,467,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  278.50             276.00           290.00           287.00          287.00            283.00



                                                  FTP                 Gen                  Ded                Fed                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  290.00         402,492,800           99,016,000        905,737,000        1,407,245,800
Reappropriation                                   0.00           1,120,700                    0                  0            1,120,700
Supplementals                                     0.00                   0           12,800,500         23,999,500           36,800,000
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00             (53,200)                   0            (91,800)            (145,000)
FMAP Shifts                                       0.00         (52,332,100)         (21,041,900)       137,731,100           64,357,100
Rescissions                                       0.00         (20,305,100)                   0        (46,677,500)         (66,982,600)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     290.00         330,923,100           90,774,600      1,020,698,300        1,442,396,000
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                1.00                   0                    0                  0                    0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  291.00         330,923,100           90,774,600      1,020,698,300        1,442,396,000
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                 (8.00)        (25,203,300)          (6,812,100)       (64,132,500)         (96,147,900)
Base Adjustments                                  0.00                   0            5,946,200         13,041,000           18,987,200
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00         (23,575,000)             584,500         70,356,100           47,365,600
FY 2010 Base                                    283.00         282,144,800           90,493,200      1,039,962,900        1,412,600,900
Benefit Costs                                     0.00              23,700                    0             34,700               58,400
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                   0                    0                  0                    0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                   0                    0                  0                    0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00                (100)                   0               (200)                (300)
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00            (353,800)                   0           (356,700)            (710,500)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00          24,568,300            6,812,100         44,080,300           75,460,700
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     283.00         306,382,900           97,305,300      1,083,721,000        1,487,409,200
Line Items                                        0.00           2,795,300                    0         17,262,600           20,057,900
FY 2010 Total                                   283.00         309,178,200           97,305,300      1,100,983,600        1,507,467,100
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                  (2.4%)             (23.2%)               (1.7%)             21.6%                 7.1%
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     (2.4%)              (6.6%)              7.2%               7.9%               4.5%




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I. Medical Assistance Services: Medicaid Administration & Medical Mgmt
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWIA
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), H322 (Ch.264), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Comprises all the expenditures to administer a comprehensive program of medical coverage to eligible
recipients in Idaho. Coverage is provided through traditional Medicaid (Title XIX), and CHIP (Title XXI). Administrative functions include
managing provider payments, contracts with state agencies and universities for medical management, drug utilization reviews, individual
assessments, and licensing and inspecting health facilities such as nursing homes, hospitals, and residential and assisted living facilities.
Prior to FY 2007, all Medicaid expenditures were reported under the Medical Assistance Services Program. The program has been
renamed Medicaid Administration & Medical Management.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                        FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                      Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 15,902,800        13,878,900          16,937,500       18,325,600        19,952,500         17,151,400
Dedicated                                3,606,600         3,522,500           6,135,800        6,135,800         6,135,800          6,135,800
Federal                                 35,715,700        25,351,300          43,741,900       47,274,500        44,887,800         45,817,800
Total:                                  55,225,100        42,752,700          66,815,200       71,735,900        70,976,100         69,105,000
Percent Change:                                                (22.6%)             56.3%               7.4%              6.2%              3.4%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         18,357,500        16,710,900          19,196,500       20,246,500        19,359,300         18,700,300
Operating Expenditures                  33,283,200        24,720,000          46,641,300       48,364,300        48,667,200         47,455,100
Capital Outlay                             295,200           391,200              87,600          175,500                 0                  0
Trustee/Benefit                          3,289,200           930,600             889,800        2,949,600         2,949,600          2,949,600
Total:                                  55,225,100        42,752,700          66,815,200       71,735,900        70,976,100         69,105,000
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   278.50             276.00             290.00            287.00            287.00             283.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP              General            Dedicated              Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       290.00          18,394,000             3,535,800           45,329,300           67,259,100
  Reappropriation                                      0.00              98,400                     0                    0               98,400
  1. 3rd Party Recovery Contract Increase              0.00                   0             2,600,000                    0            2,600,000
  Rescissions                                          0.00          (1,501,700)                    0           (1,495,600)          (2,997,300)
  Health Insurance Reduction                           0.00             (53,200)                    0              (91,800)            (145,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          290.00          16,937,500             6,135,800           43,741,900           66,815,200
  Other Program Transfers                              1.00                   0                     0                    0                    0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       291.00          16,937,500             6,135,800           43,741,900           66,815,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    (8.00)         (3,521,600)                    0          (16,143,300)         (19,664,900)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00           1,270,400                     0            1,278,800            2,549,200
FY 2010 Base                                         283.00          14,686,300             6,135,800           28,877,400           49,699,500
  Benefit Costs                                        0.00              23,700                     0               34,700               58,400
  Statewide Cost Allocation                            0.00                (100)                    0                 (200)                (300)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                             0.00            (353,800)                    0             (356,700)            (710,500)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            283.00          14,356,100             6,135,800           28,555,200           49,047,100
  1. MMIS Final Project Year                           0.00           2,795,300                     0           17,262,600           20,057,900
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          283.00          17,151,400             6,135,800           45,817,800           69,105,000
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               (2.4%)              (6.8%)                73.5%                 1.1%                 2.7%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  (2.4%)               1.3%                  0.0%                 4.7%                 3.4%

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided $2,600,000 in dedicated receipts authority for the third party recovery contract increase.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; and adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the
Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 1 provided the third year of funding
for the Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) project. The funding in this line item covers the last year of one-time
programming costs for the project and four months of ongoing maintenance costs. Even though the line item's title states the final year,
one more year of MMIS funding for 8 months of ongoing maintenance costs and any programming costs required for federal certification.
MMIS is expected to be implemented in February of 2010, the federal government requires six months of operation before they will certify
the system as operable.

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 2 - 23                                                     Analyst: Castro
LEGISLATIVE INTENT: EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that
employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core
functions first and development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education
stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards
core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

EXPENDITURES OF COLLECTED RECEIPTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3516(2), Idaho Code, the Department of
Health and Welfare is hereby authorized to expend all receipts collected on behalf of the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with
Disabilities Program, and the Low-Income Children and Working-Age Adults Program, as noncognizable funds for the period July 1, 2009,
through June 30, 2010.

TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATIONS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511, Idaho Code, funding provided for provider
payments in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code in the budgeted Medical Assistance Services Division may be
transferred in excess of ten percent (10%) between the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with Disabilities Program, and Low-
income and Working-Age Adults Program, but shall not be transferred to any other budgeted programs or objects within the Department of
Health and Welfare during fiscal year 2010.

COST CONTAINMENT MEASURES. Within this Medicaid appropriation, the Department of Health & Welfare is requested to proceed
with implementing the necessary policy and operational changes to contain and reduce costs in order to provide for a sustainable Medicaid
program.

Key cost containment strategies should include but are not limited to the following:

1. Establish cost sharing requirements based on ability to pay for families whose children are eligible for Home Care for Certain Disabled
Children (commonly known as the Katie Beckett program).

2. Evaluate Medicaid Managed Care programs to determine whether cost savings objectives have been met. If the objectives of those
arrangements that include access, quality and cost have not been realized, initiate appropriate changes and report back the Legislature on
evaluation outcomes and changes made to meet the objectives.

3. Pursue cost reductions through reviewing a possible implementation of a transportation brokerage model.

4. Implement utilization management approaches to ensure that the amount, duration and scope of services are appropriate to meet the
health needs of Medicaid participants.

5. Monitor institutional cost drivers and make necessary changes to contain costs.

6. Implement program administrative and policy changes to encourage coverage through cost-effective premium assistance programs.

7. Establish operational protocols and related policy where needed to encourage service providers to obtain national accreditation and
establish a provider fee schedule for licensing, surveys and certification as defined by state requirements.

8. Review the assessment process within the enhanced plan for developmental disabilities services and incorporate any identified cost
containment, quality assurance, and efficiency measures.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                     Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00     6,745,000      7,559,400                0     1,311,000                0     15,615,400
OT G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00        72,500      1,463,500                0             0                0      1,536,000
   D   0173-00   Hlth Ins. Access Card      0.00             0        152,000                0             0                0        152,000
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           283.00             0      5,983,800                0             0                0      5,983,800
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00    11,331,000     19,125,800                0     1,638,600                0     32,095,400
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00       551,800     13,170,600                0             0                0     13,722,400
                                Totals:   283.00    18,700,300     47,455,100                0     2,949,600                0     69,105,000




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               2 - 24                                                    Analyst: Castro
II. Medical Assistance Services: Coordinated Medicaid Plan
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWIB
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H123 (Ch,34), H250 (Ch.170), H322 (Ch.264), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Beneficiaries covered in this plan primarily consist of those who are age 65 and older. All individuals dually
eligible for Medicaid and Medicare, regardless of age, may elect to receive coverage under this plan.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               60,976,400       107,206,600        94,895,600        136,026,900      117,470,300         95,220,700
Dedicated                             10,676,200         9,846,100        10,733,900         11,776,000       11,776,000         10,922,500
Federal                              131,638,600       257,771,500       305,931,700        314,872,400      275,578,800        334,097,600
Total:                               203,291,200       374,824,200       411,561,200        462,675,300      404,825,100        440,240,800
Percent Change:                                               84.4%               9.8%            12.4%              (1.6%)             7.0%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                      203,291,200       374,824,200       411,561,200        462,675,300      404,825,100        440,240,800

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General            Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00         116,503,400           11,470,000         276,325,700         404,299,100
  1. UPL Spending Authority                           0.00                   0              306,000             720,000           1,026,000
  Rescissions                                         0.00          (5,791,500)                   0         (14,244,200)        (20,035,700)
  FMAP Rate Change Reversion                          0.00         (15,816,300)          (1,042,100)         43,130,200          26,271,800
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00          94,895,600           10,733,900         305,931,700         411,561,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00          (6,594,800)            (793,800)        (15,388,000)        (22,776,600)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00                   0              165,600             310,700             476,300
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00            (800,500)              23,000          28,980,800          28,203,300
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00          87,500,300           10,128,700         319,835,200         417,464,200
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                        0.00           7,720,400              793,800          14,262,400          22,776,600
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00          95,220,700           10,922,500         334,097,600         440,240,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%              (18.3%)               (4.8%)              20.9%                8.9%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%                0.3%                 1.8%                9.2%                7.0%

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided $1,026,000 in dedicated receipts authority for H443, the Upper Payment Limit legislation that passed
during the 2008 legislative session.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; and adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the
Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. Caseload, pricing, and utilization nondiscretionary adjustments for this program were provided in this budget ongoing.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that
employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core
functions first and development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education
stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards
core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

EXPENDITURES OF COLLECTED RECEIPTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3516(2), Idaho Code, the Department of
Health and Welfare is hereby authorized to expend all receipts collected on behalf of the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with
Disabilities Program, and the Low-Income Children and Working-Age Adults Program, as noncognizable funds for the period July 1, 2009,
through June 30, 2010.

TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATIONS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511, Idaho Code, funding provided for provider
payments in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code in the budgeted Medical Assistance Services Division may be
transferred in excess of ten percent (10%) between the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with Disabilities Program, and Low-
income and Working-Age Adults Program, but shall not be transferred to any other budgeted programs or objects within the Department of
Health and Welfare during fiscal year 2010.

COST CONTAINMENT MEASURES. Within this Medicaid appropriation, the Department of Health & Welfare is requested to proceed
with implementing the necessary policy and operational changes to contain and reduce costs in order to provide for a sustainable Medicaid
program.
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               2 - 25                                                     Analyst: Castro
Key cost containment strategies should include but are not limited to the following:

1. Establish cost sharing requirements based on ability to pay for families whose children are eligible for Home Care for Certain Disabled
Children (commonly known as the Katie Beckett program).

2. Evaluate Medicaid Managed Care programs to determine whether cost savings objectives have been met. If the objectives of those
arrangements that include access, quality and cost have not been realized, initiate appropriate changes and report back the Legislature on
evaluation outcomes and changes made to meet the objectives.

3. Pursue cost reductions through reviewing a possible implementation of a transportation brokerage model.

4. Implement utilization management approaches to ensure that the amount, duration and scope of services are appropriate to meet the
health needs of Medicaid participants.

5. Monitor institutional cost drivers and make necessary changes to contain costs.

6. Implement program administrative and policy changes to encourage coverage through cost-effective premium assistance programs.

7. Establish operational protocols and related policy where needed to encourage service providers to obtain national accreditation and
establish a provider fee schedule for licensing, surveys and certification as defined by state requirements.

8. Review the assessment process within the enhanced plan for developmental disabilities services and incorporate any identified cost
containment, quality assurance, and efficiency measures.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                    Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00               0               0              0    95,220,700               0     95,220,700
   D   0219-00   Hospital Assessment       0.00               0               0              0       165,600               0        165,600
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00               0               0              0    10,756,900               0     10,756,900
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00               0               0              0   334,097,600               0    334,097,600
                               Totals:     0.00               0               0              0   440,240,800               0    440,240,800




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               2 - 26                                                   Analyst: Castro
III. Medical Assistance Services: Enhanced Medicaid Plan
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWIC
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H123 (Ch,34), H250 (Ch.170), H322 (Ch.264), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Medicaid eligible group primarily made up of children and adults (non-elderly) with disabilities or other
individuals with special health needs, such as foster children. Individuals included in this plan may elect to remain in this plan after they
turn 65 years old.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                        FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                      Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               160,203,200        160,004,500       142,545,400        197,723,600       167,381,600       133,430,200
Dedicated                              38,982,900         35,744,300        36,880,600         45,282,600        45,151,100        39,137,000
Federal                               357,524,900        345,660,300       402,272,400        415,802,900       344,825,300       421,460,900
Total:                                556,711,000        541,409,100       581,698,400        658,809,100       557,358,000       594,028,100
Percent Change:                                                 (2.7%)              7.4%             13.3%             (4.2%)              2.1%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                       556,711,000        541,409,100       581,698,400        658,809,100       557,358,000       594,028,100

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP             General             Dedicated             Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         0.00         172,551,400            41,682,900         354,090,700          568,325,000
  Reappropriation                                      0.00           1,022,300                     0                   0            1,022,300
  1. UPL Spending Authority                            0.00                   0             3,468,200           8,159,800           11,628,000
  Rescissions                                          0.00          (7,270,200)                    0         (17,671,600)         (24,941,800)
  FMAP Rate Change Reversion                           0.00         (23,758,100)           (8,270,500)         57,693,500           25,664,900
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            0.00         142,545,400            36,880,600         402,272,400          581,698,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                     0.00          (9,747,000)           (2,934,300)        (20,357,700)         (33,039,000)
  Base Adjustments                                     0.00                   0             2,101,200           4,627,600            6,728,800
  Additional Base Adjustment                           0.00          (9,760,400)              155,200          16,228,400            6,623,200
FY 2010 Base                                           0.00         123,038,000            36,202,700         402,770,700          562,011,400
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                         0.00          10,392,200             2,934,300          18,690,200           32,016,700
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            0.00         133,430,200            39,137,000         421,460,900          594,028,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                0.0%              (22.7%)                (6.1%)              19.0%                 4.5%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   0.0%               (6.4%)                 6.1%                4.8%                 2.1%

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided $11,628,000 in dedicated receipts authority for H443, the Upper Payment Limit legislation that passed
during the 2008 legislative session.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; and adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the
Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. Caseload, pricing, and utilization nondiscretionary adjustments for this program were provided in this budget ongoing.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that
employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core
functions first and development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education
stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards
core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

EXPENDITURES OF COLLECTED RECEIPTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3516(2), Idaho Code, the Department of
Health and Welfare is hereby authorized to expend all receipts collected on behalf of the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with
Disabilities Program, and the Low-Income Children and Working-Age Adults Program, as noncognizable funds for the period July 1, 2009,
through June 30, 2010.

TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATIONS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511, Idaho Code, funding provided for provider
payments in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code in the budgeted Medical Assistance Services Division may be
transferred in excess of ten percent (10%) between the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with Disabilities Program, and Low-
income and Working-Age Adults Program, but shall not be transferred to any other budgeted programs or objects within the Department of
Health and Welfare during fiscal year 2010.

COST CONTAINMENT MEASURES. Within this Medicaid appropriation, the Department of Health & Welfare is requested to proceed
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 2 - 27                                                     Analyst: Castro
with implementing the necessary policy and operational changes to contain and reduce costs in order to provide for a sustainable
Medicaid program.

Key cost containment strategies should include but are not limited to the following:

1. Establish cost sharing requirements based on ability to pay for families whose children are eligible for Home Care for Certain Disabled
Children (commonly known as the Katie Beckett program).

2. Evaluate Medicaid Managed Care programs to determine whether cost savings objectives have been met. If the objectives of those
arrangements that include access, quality and cost have not been realized, initiate appropriate changes and report back the Legislature on
evaluation outcomes and changes made to meet the objectives.

3. Pursue cost reductions through reviewing a possible implementation of a transportation brokerage model.

4. Implement utilization management approaches to ensure that the amount, duration and scope of services are appropriate to meet the
health needs of Medicaid participants.

5. Monitor institutional cost drivers and make necessary changes to contain costs.

6. Implement program administrative and policy changes to encourage coverage through cost-effective premium assistance programs.

7. Establish operational protocols and related policy where needed to encourage service providers to obtain national accreditation and
establish a provider fee schedule for licensing, surveys and certification as defined by state requirements.

8. Review the assessment process within the enhanced plan for developmental disabilities services and incorporate any identified cost
containment, quality assurance, and efficiency measures.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                    Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00               0               0              0   133,430,200               0    133,430,200
   D   0173-00   Hlth Ins. Access Card     0.00               0               0              0     1,145,800               0      1,145,800
   D   0179-00   Medical Assistance        0.00               0               0              0         2,500               0          2,500
   D   0219-00   Hospital Assessment       0.00               0               0              0     2,297,200               0      2,297,200
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00               0               0              0    35,691,500               0     35,691,500
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00               0               0              0   421,460,900               0    421,460,900
                                Totals:    0.00               0               0              0   594,028,100               0    594,028,100




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               2 - 28                                                   Analyst: Castro
IV. Medical Assistance Services: Basic Medicaid Plan
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWID
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H123 (Ch,34), H250 (Ch.170), H322 (Ch.264), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Medicaid eligible group primarily consisting of Pregnant Women and Children (PWC), Family Medicaid and
Idaho's Children Health Insurance Program (CHIP). These populations are assumed to be in average health, with average levels of health
and disease.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                              133,252,100        87,230,000        76,544,600       108,751,700        80,392,200         63,375,900
Dedicated                             39,009,000        36,349,600        37,024,300        49,126,300        48,753,600         41,110,000
Federal                              301,244,500       218,780,600       268,752,300       274,498,200       236,752,500        299,607,300
Total:                               473,505,600       342,360,200       382,321,200       432,376,200       365,898,300        404,093,200
Percent Change:                                              (27.7%)            11.7%             13.1%              (4.3%)             5.7%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                      473,505,600       342,360,200       382,321,200       432,376,200       365,898,300        404,093,200

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP             General            Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00          95,044,000           42,327,300         229,991,300         367,362,600
  1. UPL Spending Authority                           0.00                   0            6,426,300          15,119,700          21,546,000
  Rescissions                                         0.00          (5,741,700)                   0         (13,266,100)        (19,007,800)
  FMAP Rate Change Reversion                          0.00         (12,757,700)         (11,729,300)         36,907,400          12,420,400
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00          76,544,600           37,024,300         268,752,300         382,321,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00          (5,339,900)          (3,084,000)        (12,243,500)        (20,667,400)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00                   0            3,679,400           8,102,700          11,782,100
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00         (14,284,500)             406,300          23,868,100           9,989,900
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00          56,920,200           38,026,000         288,479,600         383,425,800
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                        0.00           6,455,700            3,084,000          11,127,700          20,667,400
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00          63,375,900           41,110,000         299,607,300         404,093,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%              (33.3%)               (2.9%)              30.3%               10.0%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%              (17.2%)               11.0%               11.5%                5.7%

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided $21,546,000 in dedicated receipts authority for H443, the Upper Payment Limit legislation that passed
during the 2008 legislative session.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; and adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the
Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. Caseload, pricing, and utilization nondiscretionary adjustments for this program were provided in this budget ongoing.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that
employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core
functions first and development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education
stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards
core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

EXPENDITURES OF COLLECTED RECEIPTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3516(2), Idaho Code, the Department of
Health and Welfare is hereby authorized to expend all receipts collected on behalf of the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with
Disabilities Program, and the Low-Income Children and Working-Age Adults Program, as noncognizable funds for the period July 1, 2009,
through June 30, 2010.

TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATIONS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511, Idaho Code, funding provided for provider
payments in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code in the budgeted Medical Assistance Services Division may be
transferred in excess of ten percent (10%) between the Dual Eligible Individuals Program, Individuals with Disabilities Program, and Low-
income and Working-Age Adults Program, but shall not be transferred to any other budgeted programs or objects within the Department of
Health and Welfare during fiscal year 2010.

COST CONTAINMENT MEASURES. Within this Medicaid appropriation, the Department of Health & Welfare is requested to proceed
with implementing the necessary policy and operational changes to contain and reduce costs in order to provide for a sustainable Medicaid
program.
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Key cost containment strategies should include but are not limited to the following:

1. Establish cost sharing requirements based on ability to pay for families whose children are eligible for Home Care for Certain Disabled
Children (commonly known as the Katie Beckett program).

2. Evaluate Medicaid Managed Care programs to determine whether cost savings objectives have been met. If the objectives of those
arrangements that include access, quality and cost have not been realized, initiate appropriate changes and report back the Legislature on
evaluation outcomes and changes made to meet the objectives.

3. Pursue cost reductions through reviewing a possible implementation of a transportation brokerage model.

4. Implement utilization management approaches to ensure that the amount, duration and scope of services are appropriate to meet the
health needs of Medicaid participants.

5. Monitor institutional cost drivers and make necessary changes to contain costs.

6. Implement program administrative and policy changes to encourage coverage through cost-effective premium assistance programs.

7. Establish operational protocols and related policy where needed to encourage service providers to obtain national accreditation and
establish a provider fee schedule for licensing, surveys and certification as defined by state requirements.

8. Review the assessment process within the enhanced plan for developmental disabilities services and incorporate any identified cost
containment, quality assurance, and efficiency measures.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                    Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00               0               0              0    63,375,900               0     63,375,900
   D   0173-00   Hlth Ins. Access Card     0.00               0               0              0     3,251,600               0      3,251,600
   D   0219-00   Hospital Assessment       0.00               0               0              0     6,296,700               0      6,296,700
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00               0               0              0    31,561,700               0     31,561,700
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00               0               0              0   299,607,300               0    299,607,300
                                Totals:    0.00               0               0              0   404,093,200               0    404,093,200




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                                          Mental Health Services

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009          FY 2010         FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr         Request         Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Childrens Mental Health                 15,645,500     14,923,000        14,125,500       15,365,500      14,228,100       13,964,500
Adult Mental Health                     25,246,200     24,939,200        21,876,800       22,617,100      21,124,100       20,349,800
Mental Health Grants                             0              0         1,907,300        2,140,000       2,011,600        2,011,600
Total:                                  40,891,700     39,862,200        37,909,600       40,122,600      37,363,800       36,325,900
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 27,501,600     27,663,500        25,863,900       27,721,100      25,347,400       24,517,500
Dedicated                                1,771,200      1,651,300         1,813,500        1,851,700       1,816,400        1,787,800
Federal                                 11,618,900     10,547,400        10,232,200       10,549,800      10,200,000       10,020,600
Total:                                  40,891,700     39,862,200        37,909,600       40,122,600      37,363,800       36,325,900
Percent Change:                                              (2.5%)             (4.9%)          5.8%           (1.4%)           (4.2%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         21,634,100     21,923,900        21,969,100       23,181,800      22,134,000       21,410,000
Operating Expenditures                   5,987,300      5,268,400         5,711,700        5,512,700       5,172,000        5,160,800
Capital Outlay                             393,600        452,200            89,000          318,900               0                0
Trustee/Benefit                         12,876,700     12,217,700        10,139,800       11,109,200      10,057,800        9,755,100
Total:                                  40,891,700     39,862,200        37,909,600       40,122,600      37,363,800       36,325,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  349.12           349.99          334.99           334.59          334.59            335.59



                                                  FTP               Gen                    Ded               Fed              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  334.99        28,245,400              1,820,300        10,448,600        40,514,300
Omnibus Supplemental                              0.00            34,800                      0                 0            34,800
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00          (114,200)                (6,800)          (46,500)         (167,500)
FMAP Shifts                                       0.00            (9,000)                     0             9,000                 0
Rescissions                                       0.00        (2,293,100)                     0          (178,900)       (2,472,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     334.99        25,863,900              1,813,500        10,232,200        37,909,600
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers               (0.40)                0                      0                 0                 0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  334.59        25,863,900              1,813,500        10,232,200        37,909,600
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00        (1,390,300)                     0           (53,400)       (1,443,700)
Base Adjustments                                  0.00                 0                      0          (121,700)         (121,700)
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           765,600                      0           119,100           884,700
FY 2010 Base                                    334.59        25,239,200              1,813,500        10,176,200        37,228,900
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            50,200                  1,300            16,800            68,300
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 0                      0                 0                 0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                 0                      0                 0                 0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00               100                      0              (300)             (200)
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00          (749,700)               (27,000)         (183,200)         (959,900)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00                 0                      0                 0                 0
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     334.59        24,539,800              1,787,800        10,009,500        36,337,100
Line Items                                        1.00           (22,300)                     0            11,100           (11,200)
FY 2010 Total                                   335.59        24,517,500              1,787,800        10,020,600        36,325,900
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   0.2%            (13.2%)                 (1.8%)            (4.1%)           (10.3%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.2%              (5.2%)             (1.4%)            (2.1%)             (4.2%)




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I. Mental Health Services: Childrens Mental Health
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWDG, 270 HWGF
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H321 (Ch.263), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Funding for children's mental health services was transferred from the Children's Services program (now
named the Child Welfare Program) into a separate program beginning in FY 2006.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr          Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                8,766,200         8,816,600          8,121,800        9,288,400        8,262,700         8,086,500
Dedicated                                164,500            83,200            164,500          164,500          164,500           164,500
Federal                                6,714,800         6,023,200          5,839,200        5,912,600        5,800,900         5,713,500
Total:                                15,645,500        14,923,000         14,125,500       15,365,500       14,228,100        13,964,500
Percent Change:                                               (4.6%)              (5.3%)            8.8%            0.7%            (1.1%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        5,613,500         5,812,700          5,963,900        6,342,500        6,030,500         5,778,100
Operating Expenditures                 2,981,400         2,469,800          1,910,200        2,266,300        2,132,500         2,121,300
Capital Outlay                             9,900            24,400                  0           73,500                0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                        7,040,700         6,616,100          6,251,400        6,683,200        6,065,100         6,065,100
Total:                                15,645,500        14,923,000         14,125,500       15,365,500       14,228,100        13,964,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    89.68           91.20              91.55            91.80            91.80             91.80

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP             General            Dedicated            Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       91.55           8,784,500             164,500          5,949,500          14,898,500
  Rescissions                                         0.00            (632,800)                  0            (94,400)           (727,200)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00             (20,900)                  0            (24,900)            (45,800)
  FMAP Shifts                                         0.00              (9,000)                  0              9,000                   0
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          91.55           8,121,800             164,500          5,839,200          14,125,500
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   0.25                   0                   0                  0                   0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       91.80           8,121,800             164,500          5,839,200          14,125,500
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00                   0                   0           (121,700)           (121,700)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00             114,700                   0             73,700             188,400
FY 2010 Base                                         91.80           8,236,500             164,500          5,791,200          14,192,200
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00               8,600                   0             10,000              18,600
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                (300)                  0               (600)               (900)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00            (136,000)                  0            (98,200)           (234,200)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            91.80           8,108,800             164,500          5,702,400          13,975,700
 17. Convert Contract Staff to State Staff            0.00              (9,800)                  0             (1,400)            (11,200)
 20. ARRA FMAP Adjustment                             0.00             (12,500)                  0             12,500                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          91.80           8,086,500             164,500          5,713,500          13,964,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.3%               (7.9%)               0.0%              (4.0%)              (6.3%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.3%               (0.4%)               0.0%              (2.2%)              (1.1%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H321 included a one-time General Fund reduction for FY 2009 in the amount of $335,000 and a corresponding
federal fund increase due to the FMAP rate adjustment for Medicaid payments.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 17 reduced the General Fund
appropriation due to the conversion of contract Information Technology (IT) services to state IT staff. The line item represented the
savings to the Childrens Mental Health program from the conversion. Line item 20 reduced the General Fund appropriation and provided
a corresponding federal fund increase for the change in the FMAP rate under Medicaid.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an

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essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

GENERAL FUND INTERAGENCY PAYMENT TO DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE CORRECTION FOR CONTRACT JUVENILE
DETENTION CLINICIANS. The Childrens Mental Health program shall pay no later than July 10, 2009 an interagency payment of
$327,000 from the General Fund to the Department of Juvenile Corrections to be combined with already appropriated General Funds
within the Department of Juvenile Corrections and utilized for purchase of contract clinician services with juvenile detention facilities across
the state.

CHILDRENS MENTAL HEALTH CONTRACT TREATMENT SERVICES. It is the intent of the Legislature that the additional funding in the
amount of $947,700 from the General Fund be combined with the $1,157,000 ongoing General Funds appropriated in the 2006 budget to
pay for contract treatment services for children in the Childrens Mental Health program. The total amount is not meant to be a limit but
rather provide a minimum amount of $2,104,700 for contract treatment services. Contract treatment services may include, but are not
limited to: Family Support and Preservation Services, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Treatments, Day Treatment Services outside
the public school system, and contract wrap-around case management services.

CHILDRENS MENTAL HEALTH DAY TREATMENT REPORTING. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Childrens Mental Health
program report to the JFAC Committee during its 2010 budget hearing the amount of annual funds paid to public schools for day treatment
services by school district, the number of children by school district that were treated annually, and the outcome data reported as required
by the contracts for services. If no funds are expended for day treatment in the school districts then no report will be required.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00      2,593,000         710,500                0     4,783,000                0      8,086,500
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            91.80              0               0                0       164,500                0        164,500
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00      3,119,600       1,410,800                0     1,117,600                0      5,648,000
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00         65,500               0                0             0                0         65,500
                              Totals:      91.80      5,778,100       2,121,300                0     6,065,100                0     13,964,500




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II. Mental Health Services: Adult Mental Health
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWGB
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H321 (Ch.263), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Provides community-based services for adults experiencing serious and persistent mental illness.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010         FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request         Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               18,735,400        18,846,900          15,834,800        16,292,700      15,073,100        14,419,400
Dedicated                              1,606,700         1,568,100           1,649,000         1,687,200       1,651,900         1,623,300
Federal                                4,904,100         4,524,200           4,393,000         4,637,200       4,399,100         4,307,100
Total:                                25,246,200        24,939,200          21,876,800        22,617,100      21,124,100        20,349,800
Percent Change:                                                (1.2%)            (12.3%)              3.4%          (3.4%)           (7.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                       16,020,600        16,111,200          16,005,200        16,839,300      16,103,500        15,631,900
Operating Expenditures                 3,005,900         2,798,600           3,801,500         3,246,400       3,039,500         3,039,500
Capital Outlay                           383,700           427,800              89,000           245,400               0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                        5,836,000         5,601,600           1,981,100         2,286,000       1,981,100         1,678,400
Total:                                25,246,200        24,939,200          21,876,800        22,617,100      21,124,100        20,349,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  259.44             258.79             243.44          242.79           242.79            243.79

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General            Dedicated           Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      243.44         16,320,900              1,655,800         4,499,100           22,475,800
  Rescissions                                         0.00           (427,600)                     0           (84,500)            (512,100)
  Omnibus Supplemental                                0.00             34,800                      0                 0               34,800
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00            (93,300)                (6,800)          (21,600)            (121,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         243.44         15,834,800              1,649,000         4,393,000           21,876,800
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  (0.65)                 0                      0                 0                    0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      242.79         15,834,800              1,649,000         4,393,000           21,876,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00           (890,300)                     0           (53,400)            (943,700)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00             46,600                      0            45,400               92,000
FY 2010 Base                                        242.79         14,991,100              1,649,000         4,385,000           21,025,100
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00             41,600                  1,300             6,800               49,700
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                400                      0               300                  700
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00           (613,700)               (27,000)          (85,000)            (725,700)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           242.79         14,419,400              1,623,300         4,307,100           20,349,800
 18. Object Transfer for Psy. Staff                   1.00                  0                      0                 0                    0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         243.79         14,419,400              1,623,300         4,307,100           20,349,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.1%             (11.7%)                 (2.0%)            (4.3%)               (9.5%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.1%              (8.9%)                 (1.6%)            (2.0%)               (7.0%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 18 transferred $302,700 from
trustee & benefit payments to personnel costs to cover the costs of a new forensic psychiatrist and a prescribing psychology technician
position. The new positions will provide services for the Region 3 and 4 mental health offices as well as assist in statewide mental health
medical advising for any personnel hours that are available after service delivery is completed.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,

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Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

COURT SERVICES FUND TRANSFERS. As appropriated the State Controller shall make transfers of the Court Services Fund to the
Cooperative Welfare Fund, periodically, as requested by the Director of the Department of Health and Welfare and approved by the Board
of Examiners.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00    11,976,400      1,768,300                0       674,700                0     14,419,400
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           243.79       698,800              0                0       650,000                0      1,348,800
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated             0.00        14,700              0                0             0                0         14,700
   D   0340-00   Court Services             0.00       158,400         98,000                0             0                0        256,400
OT D   0340-00   Court Services             0.00         3,400              0                0             0                0          3,400
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00     2,723,600      1,173,200                0       353,700                0      4,250,500
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00        56,600              0                0             0                0         56,600
                                Totals:   243.79    15,631,900      3,039,500                0     1,678,400                0     20,349,800




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III. Mental Health Services: Mental Health Grants
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWGJ
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H321 (Ch.263), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This budgeted program is utilized for state grants for mental health and substance abuse services that flow
through the Department of Health and Welfare and are granted to local communities. This program was created in FY 2009.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009          FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr         Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                           0               0         1,907,300        2,140,000         2,011,600         2,011,600
Percent Change:                                                                                  12.2%              5.5%              5.5%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                                   0               0         1,907,300        2,140,000         2,011,600         2,011,600

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General           Dedicated              Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00             3,140,000                   0                  0           3,140,000
  Rescissions                                         0.00            (1,232,700)                  0                  0          (1,232,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00             1,907,300                   0                  0           1,907,300
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00              (500,000)                  0                  0            (500,000)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00               604,300                   0                  0             604,300
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00             2,011,600                   0                  0           2,011,600
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00             2,011,600                   0                  0           2,011,600
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%                (35.9%)               0.0%               0.0%              (35.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%                  5.5%                0.0%               0.0%                5.5%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. No line items were provided in this program.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee and benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects
within the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

MENTAL HEALTH GRANTS. It is the intent of the Legislature that the department utilize the $846,600 of ongoing funding within the
Community Mental Health grants program for the Region 4 Dual Diagnosis Crisis Intervention beds that will contractually operated by Ada
County. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the $1,165,000 base ongoing funding be continued in fiscal year 2010 for the Region 7
grant project that was selected in fiscal year 2008.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G 0220-03 CW - General                  0.00              0                0             0      2,011,600               0      2,011,600




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                                       Psychiatric Hospitalization

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009        FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr       Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Community Hospitalization                3,699,400      3,652,100         4,568,700      3,960,400         3,960,400        3,000,000
State Hospital North                     8,555,400      8,300,600         8,644,100      9,436,300         8,248,400        7,923,800
State Hospital South                    21,278,500     21,693,600        20,905,000     22,608,900        20,481,500       19,920,000
Total:                                  33,533,300     33,646,300        34,117,800     36,005,600        32,690,300       30,843,800
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 24,517,200     24,612,400        21,374,200     25,648,500        22,571,700       19,945,100
Dedicated                                4,822,500      4,259,700         8,008,600      5,706,400         5,671,000        5,955,500
Federal                                  4,193,600      4,774,200         4,735,000      4,650,700         4,447,600        4,943,200
Total:                                  33,533,300     33,646,300        34,117,800     36,005,600        32,690,300       30,843,800
Percent Change:                                               0.3%              1.4%             5.5%          (4.2%)           (9.6%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         22,781,200     22,328,700        23,344,800     25,124,200        23,291,500       22,199,300
Operating Expenditures                   6,361,600      6,817,400         5,479,200      6,041,100         5,118,800        5,213,500
Capital Outlay                             353,500        453,800           420,100        448,400            13,600          125,000
Trustee/Benefit                          4,037,000      4,046,400         4,873,700      4,391,900         4,266,400        3,306,000
Total:                                  33,533,300     33,646,300        34,117,800     36,005,600        32,690,300       30,843,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  368.61           376.61          368.61         376.61            376.61            374.61



                                                  FTP               Gen                  Ded                 Fed              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  368.61        22,724,500            5,564,600           4,407,200        32,696,300
Reappropriation                                   0.00            11,200                    0                   0            11,200
Supplementals                                     0.00                 0            2,400,000                   0         2,400,000
Omnibus Supplemental                              0.00                 0               75,000                   0            75,000
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00          (130,600)             (31,000)            (22,700)         (184,300)
FMAP Shifts                                       0.00          (399,300)                   0             399,300                 0
Rescissions                                       0.00          (831,600)                   0             (48,800)         (880,400)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     368.61        21,374,200            8,008,600           4,735,000        34,117,800
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                6.00           120,800                    0                   0           120,800
Expenditure Adjustments                           0.00           (11,200)                   0                   0           (11,200)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  374.61        21,483,800            8,008,600           4,735,000        34,227,400
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00          (738,700)          (2,582,500)                  0        (3,321,200)
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           (50,100)             (40,000)           (350,500)         (440,600)
FY 2010 Base                                    374.61        20,695,000            5,386,100           4,384,500        30,465,600
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            57,200               11,500              12,200            80,900
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 0              297,300              53,400           350,700
Replacement Items                                 0.00                 0              125,000                   0           125,000
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00              (200)                   0                (200)             (400)
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00          (808,600)            (120,800)            (88,200)       (1,017,600)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00                 0                    0                   0                 0
Endowment Adjustments                             0.00          (256,400)             256,400                   0                 0
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     374.61        19,687,000            5,955,500           4,361,700        30,004,200
Line Items                                        0.00           258,100                    0             581,500           839,600
FY 2010 Total                                   374.61        19,945,100            5,955,500           4,943,200        30,843,800
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   1.6%            (12.2%)                7.0%               12.2%             (5.7%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     1.6%              (6.7%)          (25.6%)               4.4%              (9.6%)




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I. Psychiatric Hospitalization: Community Hospitalization
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWGE
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H320 (Ch.262),

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Funding for community psychiatric hospitalization was transferred from Community Mental Health into a
separate program beginning in FY 2006. These funds are used to pay for patient care once an individual has been committed to state
custody and before a bed is available in one of the two state institutions.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009              FY 2010          FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr             Request          Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                3,699,400         3,652,100         2,168,700           3,960,400        3,960,400        3,000,000
Dedicated                                      0                 0         2,400,000                   0                0                0
Total:                                 3,699,400         3,652,100         4,568,700           3,960,400        3,960,400        3,000,000
Percent Change:                                              (1.3%)               25.1%           (13.3%)          (13.3%)          (34.3%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                        3,699,400         3,652,100         4,568,700           3,960,400        3,960,400        3,000,000

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP              General              Dedicated             Federal              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00            2,160,400                      0                 0           2,160,400
  Reappropriation                                    0.00                8,300                      0                 0               8,300
  1. Community Hospitalization                       0.00                    0              2,400,000                 0           2,400,000
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          0.00            2,168,700              2,400,000                 0           4,568,700
  FY08 GF Reversion                                  0.00               (8,300)                     0                 0              (8,300)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       0.00            2,160,400              2,400,000                 0           4,560,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00                    0             (2,400,000)                0          (2,400,000)
FY 2010 Base                                         0.00            2,160,400                      0                 0           2,160,400
 15. Increased Growth                                0.00              839,600                      0                 0             839,600
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          0.00            3,000,000                      0                 0           3,000,000
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%                38.9%                   0.0%              0.0%               38.9%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                38.3%                (100.0%)             0.0%              (34.3%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided $2,400,000 in one-time, dedicated appropriation for increased costs associated with community
hospitalizations.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. One line item was provided for $839,600 from the General Fund to cover the ongoing costs associated with community
hospitalizations for mental illness.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                      Total
   G 0220-03 CW - General                 0.00               0              0                 0     3,000,000                0    3,000,000




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II. Psychiatric Hospitalization: State Hospital North
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWGC
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), H320 (Ch.262), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: State Hospital North (SHN), in Orofino, was established to diagnose, care for, and treat mentally ill citizens.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 7,549,900         7,365,800         7,648,700          8,489,100        7,317,000         6,913,900
Dedicated                               1,005,500           934,800           995,400            947,200          931,400         1,009,900
Total:                                  8,555,400         8,300,600         8,644,100          9,436,300        8,248,400         7,923,800
Percent Change:                                                (3.0%)              4.1%               9.2%           (4.6%)            (8.3%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         6,725,500         6,373,100         6,796,400          7,394,600        6,637,600         6,292,000
Operating Expenditures                  1,526,300         1,535,400         1,630,400          1,845,300        1,530,500         1,565,100
Capital Outlay                            240,000           320,600           151,600            129,600           13,600                 0
Trustee/Benefit                            63,600            71,500            65,700             66,800           66,700            66,700
Total:                                  8,555,400         8,300,600         8,644,100          9,436,300        8,248,400         7,923,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  109.39            112.39             109.39           112.39            112.39             110.39

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General             Dedicated            Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      109.39            8,006,800              958,300                   0           8,965,100
  Reappropriation                                     0.00                2,900                    0                   0               2,900
  Rescissions                                         0.00             (309,200)                   0                   0            (309,200)
  Omnibus Supplemental                                0.00                    0               40,000                   0              40,000
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00              (51,800)              (2,900)                  0             (54,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         109.39            7,648,700              995,400                   0           8,644,100
  Transfer from Indirect to Institutions              1.00               52,500                    0                   0              52,500
  FY08 GF Reversion                                   0.00               (2,900)                   0                   0              (2,900)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      110.39            7,698,300              995,400                   0           8,693,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00             (329,300)             (61,600)                  0            (390,900)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00             (154,700)             (40,000)                  0            (194,700)
FY 2010 Base                                        110.39            7,214,300              893,800                   0           8,108,100
  Change in Benefit Costs                             0.00               26,900               (1,600)                  0              25,300
  General Inflation                                   0.00                    0              112,500                   0             112,500
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00             (310,800)             (11,300)                  0            (322,100)
  Endowment Adjustments                               0.00              (16,500)              16,500                   0                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         110.39            6,913,900            1,009,900                   0           7,923,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.9%               (13.6%)                5.4%                0.0%              (11.6%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.9%                (9.6%)                1.5%                0.0%               (8.3%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. General and medical inflation in the amount of $112,500 was
provided for State Hospital North. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts
restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the
Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of
Idaho. No line items were provided in this program.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer

2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               2 - 39                                                     Analyst: Castro
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General             0.00      5,931,300        963,600               0        19,000               0        6,913,900
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated         110.39        134,200              0               0             0               0          134,200
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           0.00          7,400         54,500               0         1,000               0           62,900
   D   0481-26   SHN Endowment Inco       0.00        219,100        526,800               0        44,500               0          790,400
OT D   0481-26   SHN Endowment Inco       0.00              0         20,200               0         2,200               0           22,400
                              Totals:   110.39      6,292,000      1,565,100               0        66,700               0        7,923,800




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              2 - 40                                                  Analyst: Castro
III. Psychiatric Hospitalization: State Hospital South
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWGD
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H320 (Ch.262), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: State Hospital South (SHS), in Blackfoot, serves as the major adult psychiatric in-patient facility for the state.
The hospital provides intensive psychiatric treatment for acute, chronic, geriatric, and forensic patients in a residential setting.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                13,267,900        13,594,500         11,556,800        13,199,000       11,294,300        10,031,200
Dedicated                               3,817,000         3,324,900          4,613,200         4,759,200        4,739,600         4,945,600
Federal                                 4,193,600         4,774,200          4,735,000         4,650,700        4,447,600         4,943,200
Total:                                 21,278,500        21,693,600         20,905,000        22,608,900       20,481,500        19,920,000
Percent Change:                                                 2.0%              (3.6%)              8.2%           (2.0%)            (4.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        16,055,700        15,955,600         16,548,400        17,729,600       16,653,900        15,907,300
Operating Expenditures                  4,835,300         5,282,000          3,848,800         4,195,800        3,588,300         3,648,400
Capital Outlay                            113,500           133,200            268,500           318,800                0           125,000
Trustee/Benefit                           274,000           322,800            239,300           364,700          239,300           239,300
Total:                                 21,278,500        21,693,600         20,905,000        22,608,900       20,481,500        19,920,000
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  259.22            264.22              259.22          264.22            264.22             264.22

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General            Dedicated            Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      259.22          12,557,300             4,606,300           4,407,200          21,570,800
  Rescissions                                         0.00            (522,400)                    0             (48,800)           (571,200)
  Omnibus Supplemental                                0.00                   0                35,000                   0              35,000
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00             (78,800)              (28,100)            (22,700)           (129,600)
  FMAP Shifts                                         0.00            (399,300)                    0             399,300                   0
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         259.22          11,556,800             4,613,200           4,735,000          20,905,000
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   5.00              68,300                     0                   0              68,300
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      264.22          11,625,100             4,613,200           4,735,000          20,973,300
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00            (409,400)             (120,900)                  0            (530,300)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00             104,600                     0            (350,500)           (245,900)
FY 2010 Base                                        264.22          11,320,300             4,492,300           4,384,500          20,197,100
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00              30,300                13,100              12,200              55,600
  Inflationary Adjustments                            0.00                   0               184,800              53,400             238,200
  Vehicle Replacement                                 0.00                   0               125,000                   0             125,000
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                (200)                    0                (200)               (400)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00            (497,800)             (109,500)            (88,200)           (695,500)
  Endowment Adjustments                               0.00            (239,900)              239,900                   0                   0
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           264.22          10,612,700             4,945,600           4,361,700          19,920,000
 20. ARRA FMAP Adjustment                             0.00            (581,500)                    0             581,500                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         264.22          10,031,200             4,945,600           4,943,200          19,920,000
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               1.9%              (20.1%)                 7.4%               12.2%               (7.7%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  1.9%              (13.2%)                 7.2%                4.4%               (4.7%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H320 included a one-time General Fund reduction for FY 2009 in the amount of $399,300 and a corresponding
federal fund increase due to the FMAP rate adjustment for Medicaid payments.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. General and medical inflation in the amount of $238,200 was
provided for State Hospital South. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts
restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the
Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of
Idaho. Line item 20 reduced the General Fund appropriation and provided a corresponding federal fund increase for the change in the
FMAP rate under Medicaid.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               2 - 41                                                     Analyst: Castro
EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                   FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General             0.00     9,100,200         709,900              0        221,100               0     10,031,200
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated         264.22     2,410,300         679,200              0            900               0      3,090,400
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           0.00        73,100               0        125,000              0               0        198,100
   D   0481-07   SHS Endowment Inco       0.00     1,071,300         461,100              0              0               0      1,532,400
OT D   0481-07   SHS Endowment Inco       0.00             0         124,700              0              0               0        124,700
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal             0.00     3,193,600       1,620,100              0         17,300               0      4,831,000
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal             0.00        58,800          53,400              0              0               0        112,200
                              Totals:   264.22    15,907,300       3,648,400        125,000        239,300               0     19,920,000




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                                          Public Health Services

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009         FY 2010         FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr        Request         Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Physical Health Services                74,163,900     72,564,900        79,337,800     75,174,500       71,108,600       71,801,500
Emergency Medical Services               6,559,700      4,873,300         6,380,200      6,577,800        6,389,500        6,270,700
Laboratory Services                      4,823,100      3,752,500         4,387,600      4,608,700        4,396,200        4,280,700
Total:                                  85,546,700     81,190,700        90,105,600     86,361,000       81,894,300       82,352,900
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 10,014,600      9,491,700         9,112,900     10,150,100        6,273,600        6,318,700
Dedicated                               19,030,900     17,935,200        21,439,100     20,125,700       19,865,600       20,493,600
Federal                                 56,501,200     53,763,800        59,553,600     56,085,200       55,755,100       55,540,600
Total:                                  85,546,700     81,190,700        90,105,600     86,361,000       81,894,300       82,352,900
Percent Change:                                              (5.1%)             11.0%        (4.2%)           (9.1%)           (8.6%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         13,026,800     11,973,300        13,068,200     14,002,200       13,376,900       12,878,500
Operating Expenditures                  17,711,100     16,233,500        18,757,100     18,825,000       15,263,500       15,244,700
Capital Outlay                             129,200        403,000            80,300         73,700                0                0
Trustee/Benefit                         54,179,600     52,580,900        56,750,000     53,460,100       53,253,900       53,229,700
Lump Sum                                   500,000              0         1,450,000              0                0        1,000,000
Total:                                  85,546,700     81,190,700        90,105,600     86,361,000       81,894,300       82,352,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  205.63           206.19          205.63         206.19           206.19            206.19



                                                  FTP                Gen                 Ded                Fed              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  205.63          9,789,100          20,119,400         53,802,100        83,710,600
Reappropriation                                   0.00            132,000                   0                  0           132,000
Supplementals                                     0.00                  0           1,348,000          5,882,200         7,230,200
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00            (23,800)            (28,300)           (50,800)         (102,900)
Rescissions                                       0.00           (784,400)                  0            (79,900)         (864,300)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     205.63          9,112,900          21,439,100         59,553,600        90,105,600
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                0.56                  0                   0                  0                 0
Expenditure Adjustments                           0.00           (132,000)                  0                  0          (132,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  206.19          8,980,900          21,439,100         59,553,600        89,973,600
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00            (61,800)         (2,625,000)        (3,918,500)       (6,605,300)
Base Adjustments                                  0.00            200,000                   0                  0           200,000
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           (722,000)                  0             79,900          (642,100)
FY 2010 Base                                    206.19          8,397,100          18,814,100         55,715,000        82,926,200
Benefit Costs                                     0.00              8,800              12,000             20,400            41,200
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                  0                   0                  0                 0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                  0                   0                  0                 0
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00           (149,200)           (114,600)          (194,800)         (458,600)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     206.19          8,256,700          18,711,500         55,540,600        82,508,800
Line Items                                        0.00         (1,938,000)          1,782,100                  0          (155,900)
FY 2010 Total                                   206.19          6,318,700          20,493,600         55,540,600        82,352,900
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   0.3%             (35.5%)               1.9%               3.2%             (1.6%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.3%             (30.7%)           (4.4%)             (6.7%)             (8.6%)




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I. Public Health Services: Physical Health Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWBA, 270 HWBF
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), S1200 (Ch.211), S1221 (Ch.243), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Provides preventive, educational, treatment, surveillance and health services to families in Idaho. Most
"hands-on-services" are provided by contract through seven public health districts, based upon a cooperative public health planning system.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008             FY 2008             FY 2009            FY 2010         FY 2010          FY 2010
                                    Total Appr             Actual           Total Appr           Request         Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                7,809,900          7,291,400           7,206,500           8,077,300      4,376,600        4,501,400
Dedicated                             13,838,000         13,369,100          15,970,500          14,455,400     14,384,800       15,134,500
Federal                               52,516,000         51,904,400          56,160,800          52,641,800     52,347,200       52,165,600
Total:                                74,163,900         72,564,900          79,337,800          75,174,500     71,108,600       71,801,500
Percent Change:                                                 (2.2%)                9.3%            (5.2%)        (10.4%)           (9.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        8,490,200          7,742,300           8,392,500           9,041,700      8,637,400        8,323,000
Operating Expenditures                13,246,600         13,780,300          14,996,200          15,017,300     11,531,300       11,533,800
Capital Outlay                            94,300            259,600              34,100              69,400              0                0
Trustee/Benefit                       51,832,800         50,782,700          54,465,000          51,046,100     50,939,900       50,944,700
Lump Sum                                 500,000                  0           1,450,000                   0              0        1,000,000
Total:                                74,163,900         72,564,900          79,337,800          75,174,500     71,108,600       71,801,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    134.33            134.89             134.33            136.63          136.63           136.63

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP              General              Dedicated          Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        134.33             7,829,100           14,929,900        50,270,400         73,029,400
  Reappropriation                                       0.00               132,000                    0                 0            132,000
  1. HIV, WIC, & Vital Stats Receipts                   0.00                     0            1,053,000         2,102,200          3,155,200
  2. ARRA Vaccine & WIC Funding                         0.00                     0                    0         3,900,000          3,900,000
  Rescissions                                           0.00              (742,700)                   0           (68,900)          (811,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00               (11,900)             (12,400)          (42,900)           (67,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           134.33             7,206,500           15,970,500        56,160,800         79,337,800
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                     2.30                     0                    0                 0                  0
  FY08 GF Reversion                                     0.00              (132,000)                   0                 0           (132,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        136.63             7,074,500           15,970,500        56,160,800         79,205,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00               (15,600)          (2,450,000)       (3,918,500)        (6,384,100)
  Base Adjustments                                      0.00               200,000                    0                 0            200,000
  Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00              (748,000)                   0            68,900           (679,100)
FY 2010 Base                                          136.63             6,510,900           13,520,500        52,311,200         72,342,600
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00                 4,400                4,800            18,500             27,700
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00               (75,900)             (47,900)         (164,100)          (287,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             136.63             6,439,400           13,477,400        52,165,600         72,082,400
  8. HIV, WIC & Vital Stats Receipts                    0.00                     0              657,100                 0            657,100
 12. Universal Select Vaccine Policy Shift              0.00            (2,143,000)                   0                 0         (2,143,000)
 21. Millennium Fund (S1200)                            0.00                     0            1,000,000                 0          1,000,000
 22. SCR 112 Trailer Funding                            0.00               205,000                    0                 0            205,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           136.63             4,501,400           15,134,500        52,165,600         71,801,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                 1.7%                (42.5%)                1.4%              3.8%              (1.7%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                    1.7%                (37.5%)               (5.2%)            (7.1%)             (9.5%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided $3,155,200 in dedicated fund spending authority for HIV; Women, Infant, and Children (WIC); and Vital
Statistic receipts. S1200 provided $3,900,000 for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grants for WIC and vaccines.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.

There were four line items funded in this budget. Line item 8 provided an additional $657,100 in dedicated fund spending authority for

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HIV, WIC, and vital statistics receipts. Line item 12 reduced the General Fund appropriation by $2,143,000 based on policy changes to
the vaccine program recommended by the Governor and approved by the germane Health & Welfare Committees. The vaccine policy
was changed to no longer cover the vaccine purchase for insured Idaho children; prior to the change insurance companies would cover the
administration cost for an insured child but not the vaccine purchase cost. Line item 21 provided $1,000,000 from the Millennium Fund for
the counter tobacco campaign marketing and nicotine replacement therapy. Finally, line item 22 provided one-time General Funds for the
adult cystic fibrosis program. The adult program was slated to be cut during the FY 2010 budget rescissions, but the Legislature passed
SCR 112 that requires the Department of Health & Welfare to present during the 2010 session, program modifications that fit the policy
guidelines outlined in the concurrent resolution. Funding was provided one-time to cover the FY 2010 costs while policy changes are
developed.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

MILLENNIUM FUND NICOTINE REPLACMENT THERAPY. It is the intent of the Joint Millennium Fund Committee that $700,000 of the
funds from the Millennium Income Fund appropriated to the Department of Health & Welfare shall be designated for nicotine replacement
therapy, and that expenditures appropriated from the Millennium Income Fund shall not be used for local programs identified in the
application proposal since they may duplicate other programs funded by the Millennium Income Fund.

OTHER LEGISLATION: SCR 112 directs the Department of Health & Welfare to modify the current adult cystic fibrosis program to assure
individual responsibility for expenses associated with their medical care; establish uniform financial eligibility for patients receiving state
services; maximize the use of the High Risk Reinsurance Pool as a vehicle to cover the costs of care; and align the program eligibility and
scope of services with those of other health benefit programs provided by the state.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
     G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00     1,447,200      1,667,700                 0     1,181,500               0       4,296,400
OT   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00             0          2,500                 0       202,500               0         205,000
     D   0176-00   Cancer Control            0.00        50,600        228,200                 0       123,400               0         402,200
OT   D   0176-00   Cancer Control            0.00         1,100              0                 0             0               0           1,100
     D   0181-00   Tumor Registry            0.00             0              0                 0       182,700               0         182,700
     D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated          136.63     1,469,300      1,861,700                 0    10,186,700               0      13,517,700
OT   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00        30,800              0                 0             0               0          30,800
OT   D   0499-00   Millennium Income         0.00             0              0                 0             0       1,000,000       1,000,000
     F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00     5,214,600      7,773,700                 0    39,067,900               0      52,056,200
OT   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00       109,400              0                 0             0               0         109,400
                                 Totals:   136.63     8,323,000     11,533,800                 0    50,944,700       1,000,000      71,801,500




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II. Public Health Services: Emergency Medical Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWBB
Bill Number & Chapter: H80 (Ch.18), H250 (Ch.170), S1200 (Ch.211), S1221 (Ch.243), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Provides a statewide system to respond to critical illness and injury situations.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr          Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  323,100           323,100             2,600                0                 0                 0
Dedicated                              4,574,600         4,174,800         4,829,400        5,027,500         4,841,600         4,732,100
Federal                                1,662,000           375,400         1,548,200        1,550,300         1,547,900         1,538,600
Total:                                 6,559,700         4,873,300         6,380,200        6,577,800         6,389,500         6,270,700
Percent Change:                                             (25.7%)            30.9%               3.1%             0.1%            (1.7%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        2,011,500         1,841,800         2,094,800        2,193,700         2,106,400         2,037,900
Operating Expenditures                 2,201,400         1,171,300         1,997,800        1,969,100         1,969,100         1,947,800
Capital Outlay                                 0            62,000             2,600            1,000                 0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                        2,346,800         1,798,200         2,285,000        2,414,000         2,314,000         2,285,000
Total:                                 6,559,700         4,873,300         6,380,200        6,577,800         6,389,500         6,270,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   28.76            28.76             28.76             28.76            28.76             28.76

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                              FTP              General           Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      28.76                2,600          4,546,700           1,670,300            6,219,600
  1. Mid-year Budget Adjustment                      0.00                    0            295,000            (120,000)             175,000
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00                    0            (12,300)             (2,100)             (14,400)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         28.76                2,600          4,829,400           1,548,200            6,380,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00               (2,600)          (175,000)                  0             (177,600)
FY 2010 Base                                        28.76                    0          4,654,400           1,548,200            6,202,600
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                    0              6,200                (300)               5,900
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00                    0            (53,500)             (9,300)             (62,800)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           28.76                    0          4,607,100           1,538,600            6,145,700
 13. Increased Spending Authority                    0.00                    0            125,000                   0              125,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         28.76                    0          4,732,100           1,538,600            6,270,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%             (100.0%)               4.1%               (7.9%)                0.8%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%             (100.0%)              (2.0%)              (0.6%)               (1.7%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H80 provided $175,000 in one-time dedicated fund spending authority for programmatic costs.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. There was one line item funding in this
budget, line item 13 provided $125,000 in one-time dedicated fund spending authority for programmatic costs.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

ANALYST COMMENT: The ongoing cash flow for this program is less than the ongoing expenditures; however the program has a cash

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balance in its EMS funds so each year the program requests one-time spending authority for costs that may be needed in the current
year. Additional ongoing expenditures have not been authorized because the revenue source is provided from the one-time cash balance.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                  FTP     Pers. Cost     Oper Exp        Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                     Total
   D   0178-00   EMS                     0.00     1,467,100        826,700              0       372,700              0      2,666,500
OT D   0178-00   EMS                     0.00        30,800        125,000              0             0              0        155,800
   D   0190-00   Emerg Med Serv III      0.00             0              0              0     1,400,000              0      1,400,000
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated         28.76       233,900        121,000              0       150,000              0        504,900
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated          0.00         4,900              0              0             0              0          4,900
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal            0.00       295,000        875,100              0       362,300              0      1,532,400
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal            0.00         6,200              0              0             0              0          6,200
                              Totals:   28.76     2,037,900      1,947,800              0     2,285,000              0      6,270,700




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III. Public Health Services: Laboratory Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWBC
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1200 (Ch.211), S1221 (Ch.243), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Provides high quality laboratory support for departmental programs. This program was part of Public Health
Services until FY 2003 when it was established as a separate stand-alone program.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010          FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 1,881,600         1,877,200         1,903,800          2,072,800          1,897,000       1,817,300
Dedicated                                 618,300           391,300           639,200            642,800            639,200         627,000
Federal                                 2,323,200         1,484,000         1,844,600          1,893,100          1,860,000       1,836,400
Total:                                  4,823,100         3,752,500         4,387,600          4,608,700          4,396,200       4,280,700
Percent Change:                                               (22.2%)             16.9%               5.0%             0.2%            (2.4%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         2,525,100         2,389,200         2,580,900          2,766,800          2,633,100       2,517,600
Operating Expenditures                  2,263,100         1,281,900         1,763,100          1,838,600          1,763,100       1,763,100
Capital Outlay                             34,900            81,400            43,600              3,300                  0               0
Total:                                  4,823,100         3,752,500         4,387,600          4,608,700          4,396,200       4,280,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   42.54             42.54               42.54           40.80               40.80           40.80

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General             Dedicated              Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       42.54            1,957,400              642,800             1,861,400         4,461,600
  Rescissions                                         0.00              (41,700)                   0               (11,000)          (52,700)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00              (11,900)              (3,600)               (5,800)          (21,300)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          42.54            1,903,800              639,200             1,844,600         4,387,600
  Transfer FTE Authority to Health                   (1.74)                   0                    0                     0                 0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       40.80            1,903,800              639,200             1,844,600         4,387,600
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00              (43,600)                   0                     0           (43,600)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00               26,000                    0                11,000            37,000
FY 2010 Base                                         40.80            1,886,200              639,200             1,855,600         4,381,000
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                4,400                1,000                 2,200             7,600
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00              (73,300)             (13,200)              (21,400)         (107,900)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          40.80            1,817,300              627,000             1,836,400         4,280,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              (4.1%)               (7.2%)               (2.5%)                (1.3%)            (4.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 (4.1%)               (4.5%)               (1.9%)                (0.4%)            (2.4%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.
APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. No line items were requested or provided in
this budget.
LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.
EDUCATION STIPEND FOR EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget
shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and development and training second. The Department of
Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010
due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.
TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00      1,396,900          420,400               0              0                0    1,817,300
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           40.80        418,900          199,300               0              0                0      618,200
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00          8,800                0               0              0                0        8,800
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00        678,800        1,143,400               0              0                0    1,822,200
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00         14,200                0               0              0                0       14,200
                              Totals:     40.80      2,517,600        1,763,100               0              0                0    4,280,700
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                                                  Service Integration
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWJE
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H317 (Ch.259), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Service integration is a division with the Department of Health and Welfare that is responsible for improving
customer service to clients. Service integration is responsible for: 1) Promoting coordination across programs; 2) Delivering emergency
assistance services through a consolidated unit; 3) Identifying services clients are accessing across all divisions and coordinating to reduce
duplication; 4) Coordinating access to cross-divisional staffing for clients at risk of more high cost service needs or more complicated
service needs.

Service Integration is a new budgeted division and program requested in fiscal year 2008. The actual services provided will reside within
Family and Community Services.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009             FY 2010          FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr            Request          Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   914,500           914,500           902,000           1,156,100       1,026,000           979,500
Dedicated                                  50,000            50,000            65,000             136,300         136,100           135,400
Federal                                 1,523,500         1,470,400         1,513,200           2,012,200       1,901,200         1,867,800
Total:                                  2,488,000         2,434,900         2,480,200           3,304,600       3,063,300         2,982,700
Percent Change:                                                (2.1%)               1.9%            33.2%            23.5%             20.3%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         1,490,000         1,465,700         1,488,300           2,121,600       1,933,900         1,853,300
Operating Expenditures                    248,000           219,200           226,900             350,100         314,400           314,400
Capital Outlay                                  0               200                 0              17,900               0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                           750,000           749,800           765,000             815,000         815,000           815,000
Total:                                  2,488,000         2,434,900         2,480,200           3,304,600       3,063,300         2,982,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    27.00            27.00                27.00            33.00            33.00             33.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General              Dedicated           Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       27.00              962,500                65,000          1,566,800           2,594,300
  Rescissions                                         0.00              (53,400)                    0            (47,200)           (100,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00               (7,100)                    0             (6,400)            (13,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          27.00              902,000                65,000          1,513,200           2,480,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00               (1,400)              (15,000)            (1,200)            (17,600)
  Transfer Careline to Service Integration            6.00              139,700                21,100            393,400             554,200
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00              (20,200)                    0             (9,800)            (30,000)
FY 2010 Base                                         33.00            1,020,100                71,100          1,895,600           2,986,800
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                3,000                     0              2,900               5,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                  100                     0                100                 200
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00              (43,700)                 (700)           (30,800)            (75,200)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            33.00              979,500                70,400          1,867,800           2,917,700
  8. Casey Receipt Authority                          0.00                    0                65,000                  0              65,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          33.00              979,500               135,400          1,867,800           2,982,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              22.2%                 1.8%                108.3%              19.2%               15.0%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 22.2%                 8.6%                108.3%              23.4%               20.3%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. One line item was provided in this program
for $65,000. The funding increased dedicated fund spending authority one-time for Casey Family Foundation grant moneys that cover the
costs associated with foster care not provided by the state or federal government.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
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of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                           Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00        833,500        146,000               0              0               0        979,500
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           33.00         20,000              0               0         50,000               0         70,000
OT D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00            400              0               0         65,000               0         65,400
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00        978,800        168,400               0        700,000               0      1,847,200
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00         20,600              0               0              0               0         20,600
                              Totals:     33.00      1,853,300        314,400               0        815,000               0      2,982,700




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                         Substance Abuse Treatment & Prevention
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWDB, 270 HWGH
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H299 (Ch.266), H315 (Ch.257), S1200 (Ch.211), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Substance Abuse program was instituted to reduce the impact of alcohol and other drug abuse by
developing treatment programs for people who are dependent upon alcohol and other drugs; and by developing prevention programs for
people who are at risk of developing alcohol or other drug dependency.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr          Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               10,472,000         8,170,100         15,235,200        9,144,300        8,391,900        13,513,900
Dedicated                              5,763,000         5,599,900          4,448,600        4,417,900        4,417,300         6,311,300
Federal                                8,108,000         8,245,300         11,240,200       10,183,200       10,179,800        11,140,700
Total:                                24,343,000        22,015,300         30,924,000       23,745,400       22,989,000        30,965,900
Percent Change:                                               (9.6%)            40.5%           (23.2%)          (25.7%)             0.1%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          986,300           993,200          1,042,900          945,500          903,400         1,009,000
Operating Expenditures                 4,628,700         4,309,600          4,595,500        4,429,600        4,162,900         4,363,000
Capital Outlay                             1,600             7,900              2,300            2,000                0                 0
Trustee/Benefit                       18,726,400        16,704,600         25,252,200       18,368,300       17,922,700        25,593,900
Lump Sum                                       0                 0             31,100                0                0                 0
Total:                                24,343,000        22,015,300         30,924,000       23,745,400       22,989,000        30,965,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    15.24            15.64             15.64            13.04            13.04             16.04

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General           Dedicated            Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       15.64         18,200,300            4,449,000         11,252,000           33,901,300
  Reappropriation                                     0.00          2,301,900                    0                  0            2,301,900
  Rescissions                                         0.00         (5,263,000)                   0             (8,400)          (5,271,400)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00             (4,000)                (400)            (3,400)              (7,800)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          15.64         15,235,200            4,448,600         11,240,200           30,924,000
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   0.40                  0                    0                  0                    0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       16.04         15,235,200            4,448,600         11,240,200           30,924,000
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   (3.00)       (11,580,100)             (31,100)        (1,068,800)         (12,680,000)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00          4,727,700                    0              8,400            4,736,100
FY 2010 Base                                         13.04          8,382,800            4,417,500         10,179,800           22,980,100
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00              2,200                  600              2,000                4,800
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00            (26,900)              (1,600)            (9,100)             (37,600)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            13.04          8,358,100            4,416,500         10,172,700           22,947,300
 17. Convert Contract Staff to State Staff            0.00            (15,300)                   0             (2,200)             (17,500)
 21. Millennium Fund (S1200)                          0.00                  0            1,894,800                  0            1,894,800
 22. Transfers from ODP (H299)                        3.00          5,171,100                    0            970,200            6,141,300
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          16.04         13,513,900            6,311,300         11,140,700           30,965,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               2.6%             (25.7%)               41.9%              (1.0%)               (8.7%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  2.6%             (11.3%)               41.9%              (0.9%)                0.1%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Three line items were provided in this
budget. Line item 17 reduced the General Fund appropriation due to the conversion of contract Information Technology (IT) services to
state IT staff. The line item represents the savings to the Substance Abuse Treatment & Prevention Division from the conversion. Line
item 21 provided $1,894,800 in one-time Millennium Fund appropriation for substance abuse treatment costs. Line item 22 provided
$5,171,100 ongoing for statewide community based substance abuse services from the General Fund; and three positions plus $970,200
in one-time funds for the Child Protection Drug Court grant and the State Epidemiology Outcomes Workgroup grant.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the
provisions of Section 67-3511, Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be
transferred to any other objects within the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

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EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

MILLENNIUM FUND INTENT REGARDING RADAR FUNDING. It is the intent of the Joint Millennium Fund Committee that the
Department of Health and Welfare Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Program utilize its FY 2010 operating budget to fund the
costs of the Regional Alcohol Drug Awareness Resource (RADAR) Network Center's distribution of informational materials on tobacco and
drug use prevention and cessation to individuals and organizations statewide.

GAIN PROVIDER TRAINING. It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health and Welfare Substance Abuse Treatment
and Prevention program utilize up to $140,000 of it's FY 2010 operating budget appropriation for the purposes of GAIN provider training.
The $140,000 is in addition to any funding that the Office of Drug Policy designates within its operating budget for GAIN provider training.

STATEWIDE MEDIA CAMPAIN FOR UNDERAGE DRINKING. It is the intent of the Legislature that for fiscal year 2010 the Department
of Health and Welfare Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention program shall continue to fund at least $50,000 of the $1.6 million
prevention budget for the youth and adult media campaign on underage drinking.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP     Pers. Cost     Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
     G   0001-00   General                   0.00             0              0               0      5,171,100               0       5,171,100
     G   0220-03   CW - General              0.00       513,000        622,500               0      7,207,300               0       8,342,800
     D   0174-00   Prevention of Minors      0.00         6,400         43,800               0              0               0          50,200
OT   D   0174-00   Prevention of Minors      0.00           100              0               0              0               0             100
     D   0182-00   Substance Abuse           0.00             0              0               0      3,232,900               0       3,232,900
     D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           13.04        44,100        438,300               0              0               0         482,400
OT   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated            0.00           900              0               0              0               0             900
     D   0418-00   Liquor Control            0.00             0              0               0        650,000               0         650,000
     D   0499-00   Millennium Income         0.00             0              0               0      1,894,800               0       1,894,800
     F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00       291,100      2,817,500               0      7,055,800               0      10,164,400
OT   F   0220-02   CW - Federal              0.00         6,100              0               0              0               0           6,100
OT   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             3.00       147,300        440,900               0        382,000               0         970,200
                                  Totals:   16.04     1,009,000      4,363,000               0     25,593,900               0      30,965,900




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                                              Division of Welfare

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010         FY 2010           FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr          Request         Gov Rec           Approp
BY PROGRAM
Self-Reliance Operations                62,912,900     58,045,500        70,359,300       60,472,100       56,877,700       58,982,200
Benefit Payments                        79,316,300     72,901,100        72,074,700       78,618,700       76,418,000      111,439,300
Total:                                 142,229,200    130,946,600       142,434,000      139,090,800      133,295,700      170,421,500
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 44,584,700     41,455,000        44,868,500       41,883,800       38,141,100       35,715,500
Dedicated                                2,703,200      2,391,900         2,355,600        2,410,000        2,355,300        2,580,600
Federal                                 94,941,300     87,099,700        95,209,900       94,797,000       92,799,300      132,125,400
Total:                                 142,229,200    130,946,600       142,434,000      139,090,800      133,295,700      170,421,500
Percent Change:                                              (7.9%)             8.8%           (2.3%)           (6.4%)           19.6%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         33,661,800     32,677,800        35,781,800       37,068,000       35,244,800       34,676,100
Operating Expenditures                  28,707,100     24,121,400        34,149,700       23,295,600       21,632,900       24,288,200
Capital Outlay                             544,000      1,246,300           427,800          108,500                0           17,900
Trustee/Benefit                         79,316,300     72,901,100        72,074,700       78,618,700       76,418,000      111,439,300
Total:                                 142,229,200    130,946,600       142,434,000      139,090,800      133,295,700      170,421,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  614.69           621.69          627.69           621.69           621.69            631.69



                                                  FTP               Gen                    Ded                Fed              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  617.69        44,780,600              2,355,900         98,761,100       145,897,600
Reappropriation                                   0.00         3,041,600                      0                  0         3,041,600
Supplementals                                    10.00            38,900                      0          1,310,000         1,348,900
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00          (130,400)                  (300)          (178,200)         (308,900)
Rescissions                                       0.00        (2,862,200)                     0         (4,683,000)       (7,545,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     627.69        44,868,500              2,355,600         95,209,900       142,434,000
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                4.00                 0                      0         16,528,800        16,528,800
Expenditure Adjustments                           0.00          (203,300)                     0                  0          (203,300)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  631.69        44,665,200              2,355,600        111,738,700       158,759,500
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00        (8,460,000)                     0        (23,653,100)      (32,113,100)
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           233,000                      0          3,277,300         3,510,300
FY 2010 Base                                    631.69        36,438,200              2,355,600         91,362,900       130,156,700
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            53,600                   (200)            73,500           126,900
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 0                      0                  0                 0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                 0                      0                  0                 0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00               500                      0              1,100             1,600
Annualizations                                    0.00           210,700                      0            210,700           421,400
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00          (737,400)                (2,000)          (605,600)       (1,345,000)
Nondiscretionary Adjustments                      0.00                 0                      0                  0                 0
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     631.69        35,965,600              2,353,400         91,042,600       129,361,600
Line Items                                        0.00          (250,100)               227,200         41,082,800        41,059,900
FY 2010 Total                                   631.69        35,715,500              2,580,600        132,125,400       170,421,500
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   2.3%            (20.2%)                  9.5%              33.8%             16.8%
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.6%             (20.4%)              9.6%              38.8%              19.6%




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I. Division of Welfare: Self-Reliance Operations
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWCA
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H313 (Ch.236), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Self-Reliance Operations includes personnel and operating expenditures to support the management and
operations required to determine eligibility for benefits. All direct assistance payments have been transferred to a separate program titled
Benefit Payments beginning in FY 2006.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                24,501,900        22,357,500          27,983,900        22,716,900      21,174,900        18,788,400
Dedicated                               2,391,900         2,391,900           2,332,100         2,386,500       2,331,800         2,557,100
Federal                                36,019,100        33,296,100          40,043,300        35,368,700      33,371,000        37,636,700
Total:                                 62,912,900        58,045,500          70,359,300        60,472,100      56,877,700        58,982,200
Percent Change:                                                 (7.7%)             21.2%           (14.1%)          (19.2%)           (16.2%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        33,661,800        32,677,800          35,781,800        37,068,000      35,244,800        34,676,100
Operating Expenditures                 28,707,100        24,121,400          34,149,700        23,295,600      21,632,900        24,288,200
Capital Outlay                            544,000         1,246,300             427,800           108,500               0            17,900
Total:                                 62,912,900        58,045,500          70,359,300        60,472,100      56,877,700        58,982,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    614.69            621.69             627.69          621.69            621.69            631.69

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP              General            Dedicated           Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        617.69        25,652,800              2,332,400        39,293,700           67,278,900
  Reappropriation                                       0.00         3,041,600                      0                 0            3,041,600
  1. ARRA Child Support Incentive                       0.00                 0                      0         1,271,100            1,271,100
  2. Limited Service Food Stamp Staff                  10.00            38,900                      0            38,900               77,800
  Rescissions                                           0.00          (619,000)                     0          (382,200)          (1,001,200)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00          (130,400)                  (300)         (178,200)            (308,900)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           627.69        27,983,900              2,332,100        40,043,300           70,359,300
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                     4.00                 0                      0         2,628,800            2,628,800
  Expenditure Adjustments                               0.00          (203,300)                     0                 0             (203,300)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        631.69        27,780,600              2,332,100        42,672,100           72,784,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00        (8,460,000)                     0        (9,753,100)         (18,213,100)
  Additional Base Adjustment                            0.00           190,500                      0        (1,023,500)            (833,000)
FY 2010 Base                                          631.69        19,511,100              2,332,100        31,895,500           53,738,700
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00            53,600                   (200)           73,500              126,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00               500                      0             1,100                1,600
  Annualizations                                        0.00           210,700                      0           210,700              421,400
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00          (737,400)                (2,000)         (605,600)          (1,345,000)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             631.69        19,038,500              2,329,900        31,575,200           52,943,600
  2. IBIS (EPICS) Maint. & Enhancements                 0.00         1,872,100                      0         1,872,200            3,744,300
  5. Child Support $25 DRA Fee                          0.00                 0                227,200                 0              227,200
 16. Scanning Child Support Documents                   0.00                 0                      0         2,508,000            2,508,000
 17. Convert Contract Staff to State Staff              0.00          (426,400)                     0          (426,400)            (852,800)
 20. ARRA Funding for Division of Welfare               0.00        (1,695,800)                     0         2,107,700              411,900
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           631.69        18,788,400              2,557,100        37,636,700           58,982,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                 2.3%            (26.8%)                  9.6%             (4.2%)              (12.3%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                    0.6%            (32.9%)                  9.6%             (6.0%)              (16.2%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H313 provided $1,271,100 of federal fund spending authority for the Child Support Incentive payment funding from
the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The funding will be used to scan all of the child support program paper
documents and make the child support system electronic for FY 2011. H313 also provided 10 limited service positions and the
corresponding funding for additional application processing that was expected due to the temporary removal of the asset test for food
stamps.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.

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An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.

There were five line items provided in this budget. Line item 2 provided the last year of programming costs and the ongoing maintenance
costs for the Idaho Benefits Information System (IBIS) that is replacing the EPICS system. Line item 5 provided dedicated fund spending
authority for the $25 child support federal Deficit Reduction Act fee that is collected on child support cases. Line item 16 provided
$2,508,000 of federal fund spending authority for the Child Support Incentive payment funding from the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Line item 17 reduced the General Fund appropriation due to the conversion of contract Information
Technology (IT) services to state IT staff. The line item represented the savings to the Welfare division from the conversion. Line item 20
reduced the General Fund by $1,695,800 for the savings associated with the reinstatement of the child support incentive under ARRA and
increased the federal fund spending authority by the same amount that is generated from the incentive payment. Line item 20 also funded
$411,900 one-time for processing costs in personnel that are associated with the increase in food stamp cases. Funding for this was
provided under the ARRA.

LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.

EDUCATION STIPEND FOR DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an
essential part of a workforce but that budget shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and
development and training second. The Department of Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless
of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010 due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.

TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.

REAPPROPRIATION OF THE COOPERATIVE WELFARE FUND. There is hereby reappropriated, to the Department of Health and
Welfare up to $1,271,900 of unexpended and unencumbered General Funds that were transferred into the Cooperative Welfare Fund.
The reappropriated funds are for the Self-Reliance Program, to be used to scan child support documents into the new IBIS system for the
period July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010. The reappropriation shall be computed by the Department of Health and Welfare and for
budgeting purposes the General Fund portion of the balance in the Cooperative Welfare Fund shall be identified as part of the General
Fund.

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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost     Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00    14,102,100     3,628,700           9,000               0              0     17,739,800
OT G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00             0     1,048,600               0               0              0      1,048,600
   D   0173-00   Hlth Ins. Access Card      0.00        63,400             0               0               0              0         63,400
OT D   0173-00   Hlth Ins. Access Card      0.00         1,300             0               0               0              0          1,300
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated           631.69             0     2,492,400               0               0              0      2,492,400
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00    19,693,600    13,561,800           8,900               0              0     33,264,300
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00       815,700     3,556,700               0               0              0      4,372,400
                                Totals:   631.69    34,676,100    24,288,200          17,900               0              0     58,982,200




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II. Division of Welfare: Benefit Payments
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 270 HWCC
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H313 (Ch.236), S1227 (Ch.275)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: These funds are appropriated in trustee & benefit payments and include benefit payments for Temporary
Assistance for Families in Idaho (TAFI), Work Services, Community Services, the Child Care Program, and Aid to the Aged, Blind and
Disabled.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008         FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual       Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 20,082,800      19,097,500         16,884,600       19,166,900        16,966,200        16,927,100
Dedicated                                  311,300               0             23,500           23,500            23,500            23,500
Federal                                 58,922,200      53,803,600         55,166,600       59,428,300        59,428,300        94,488,700
Total:                                  79,316,300      72,901,100         72,074,700       78,618,700        76,418,000       111,439,300
Percent Change:                                              (8.1%)              (1.1%)             9.1%            6.0%             54.6%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Trustee/Benefit                         79,316,300      72,901,100         72,074,700       78,618,700        76,418,000       111,439,300

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP             General            Dedicated             Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00         19,127,800               23,500          59,467,400          78,618,700
  Rescissions                                         0.00         (2,243,200)                   0          (4,300,800)         (6,544,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00         16,884,600               23,500          55,166,600          72,074,700
  LIHEAP                                              0.00                  0                    0          13,900,000          13,900,000
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        0.00         16,884,600               23,500          69,066,600          85,974,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00                  0                    0         (13,900,000)        (13,900,000)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00             42,500                    0           4,300,800           4,343,300
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00         16,927,100               23,500          59,467,400          76,418,000
 20. ARRA Funding for Division of Welfare             0.00                  0                    0          35,021,300          35,021,300
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00         16,927,100               23,500          94,488,700         111,439,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%             (11.5%)                0.0%               58.9%               41.7%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%               0.3%                 0.0%               71.3%               54.6%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.
APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Overall the Department of Health and Welfare received a 6% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis.
An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion,
to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line item 20 provided one-time, federal
spending authority for the weatherization program, the Community Services Block Grant, and a few minor programmatic increases in The
Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) funds, TANF, and child care received under the American Recovery and Reinvestment
Act.
LEGISLATIVE INTENT: TRANSFER OF TRUSTEE AND BENEFIT PAYMENTS. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, funds budgeted in the trustee & benefit payments expenditure object code shall not be transferred to any other objects within
the program budget during fiscal year 2010.
EDUCATION STIPEND FOR EMPLOYEES. Recognizing that employee development is an essential part of a workforce but that budget
shortfalls require a reprioritization of expenditures towards core functions first and development and training second. The Department of
Health & Welfare is hereby directed not to pay any education stipends, regardless of funding source, for employees during fiscal year 2010
due to budgetary shortfalls and a reprioritization towards core expenditures.
TRANSFER BETWEEN PERSONNEL COSTS AND OPERATING EXPENDITURES. Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 67-3511,
Idaho Code, that state "No appropriation made for expenses other than personnel costs shall be expended for personnel costs of the
particular department, office, or institution for which it is appropriated". For FY 2010, the Department of Health & Welfare may transfer
funds appropriated for operating expenditures to personnel costs with the consent of the state board of examiners who currently
designates that responsibility to the division of financial management.
HEADSTART APPROPRIATIONS FROM TANF FUNDS. At a minimum, the Department of Health and Welfare is directed to maintain
Headstart appropriations paid from TANF funds at the same level as was paid to the Headstart program in FY 2007.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost    Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0220-03   CW - General               0.00             0               0              0    16,927,100                0    16,927,100
   D   0220-05   CW - Dedicated             0.00             0               0              0        23,500                0        23,500
   F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00             0               0              0    59,467,400                0    59,467,400
OT F   0220-02   CW - Federal               0.00             0               0              0    35,021,300                0    35,021,300
                              Totals:       0.00             0               0              0   111,439,300                0   111,439,300




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                                  Medically Indigent Administration
STARS Number & Budget Unit:
Bill Number & Chapter: S1199 (Ch.210)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Medically Indigent Administration program is a newly created program that was established during the
2009 session. Legislation was passed that required the Department of Health & Welfare to perform utilization management and claims
review for the Catastrophic Health Care Fund (CAT Fund). The department is also required to work with the cities and counties to create a
uniform Medicaid and CAT Fund application, and begin processing applications and screening for Medicaid and the Catastrophic Health
Care eligibility in FY 2011.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                           0                0                 0                    0                 0         381,900
Percent Change:
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                   0                0                 0                    0                 0         192,700
Operating Expenditures                            0                0                 0                    0                 0         177,500
Capital Outlay                                    0                0                 0                    0                 0          11,700
Total:                                            0                0                 0                    0                 0         381,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    0.00                0.00              0.00               0.00             0.00              2.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP               General           Dedicated               Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00                     0                      0                 0                   0
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00                     0                      0                 0                   0
 21. SB 1158 Trailer Appropriation                    2.00               381,900                      0                 0             381,900
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           2.00               381,900                      0                 0             381,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%                  0.0%                   0.0%              0.0%                0.0%

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: S1158 was passed during the 2009 session that required the Department of Health & Welfare to
perform utilization management and claims review for the Catastrophic Health Care, also known as the Medically Indigent Health Care
program. Line item 21 provides the initial start-up costs for designing the utilization review and claims review contracts, and working with
the cities and counties to develop a uniform application. The funding provides two positions and $381,900 for the start-up costs; $161,700
of the funding is one-time to cover technical assistance in developing the request for proposals and capital outlay purchases for the two
positions.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0220-03 CW - General                  0.00        192,700           27,500                0              0                 0     220,200
OT G 0220-03 CW - General                  0.00              0          150,000           11,700              0                 0     161,700
   D 0220-05 CW - Dedicated                2.00              0                0                0              0                 0           0
                          Totals:          2.00        192,700          177,500           11,700              0                 0     381,900




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                                   State Independent Living Council
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 905 EDND
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H351 (Ch.308), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The State Independent Living Council (SILC) promotes a philosophy of independent living, in order to
maximize the independence and productivity of individuals with disabilities and the integration and full inclusion of individuals with
disabilities into the mainstream of society. The council is mandatory if the state wishes to receive federal financial assistance. The federal
law requires that the SILC be independent of governance from the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation. This program was
transferred to an independent agency beginning in FY 2005.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   123,100             123,100         120,900             150,600          117,900           113,800
Dedicated                                 130,600             130,600         129,800             223,700          219,700           311,000
Federal                                   253,700             216,600         271,600             953,400          949,000           948,100
Total:                                    507,400             470,300         522,300           1,327,700        1,286,600         1,372,900
Percent Change:                                                 (7.3%)            11.1%           154.2%            146.3%            162.9%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                 0             241,300               0             532,600          521,000                 0
Operating Expenditures                          0             220,900          (2,500)            776,100          753,600                 0
Capital Outlay                                  0               5,700               0              19,000           12,000                 0
Trustee/Benefit                                 0               2,400               0                   0                0                 0
Lump Sum                                  507,400                   0         524,800                   0                0         1,372,900
Total:                                    507,400             470,300         522,300           1,327,700        1,286,600         1,372,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                     4.50               4.50               4.50               8.50           8.50               8.50

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP               General            Dedicated            Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        4.50               129,100              130,600            272,500              532,200
  Rescissions                                         0.00                (7,600)                   0                  0               (7,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00                  (600)                (800)              (900)              (2,300)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           4.50               120,900              129,800            271,600              522,300
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   1.00                     0               88,900            426,300              515,200
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        5.50               120,900              218,700            697,900            1,037,500
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   (2.50)                    0              (88,900)          (673,000)            (761,900)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00                (4,900)                   0                  0               (4,900)
FY 2010 Base                                          3.00               116,000              129,800             24,900              270,700
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                   300                  500                700                1,500
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                 1,300                    0                  0                1,300
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00                (3,800)              (3,100)              (500)              (7,400)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             3.00               113,800              127,200             25,100              266,100
  2. AmeriCorps Grant                                 1.00                     0               88,900            176,300              265,200
  3. Medicaid Infrastructure Grant                    3.00                     0                    0            500,000              500,000
  4. Continuation of Dom. Violence Grant              1.50                     0                    0            246,700              246,700
  5. ARRA Spending Authority                          0.00                     0               94,900                  0               94,900
  Lump Sum or Other Adjustments                       0.00                     0                    0                  0                    0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           8.50               113,800              311,000            948,100            1,372,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              88.9%                (11.9%)              138.1%             247.9%               158.0%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 88.9%                 (5.9%)              139.6%             249.1%               162.9%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.

There were four line items included in this budget. Line item 2 provided $265,200 and one position for an AmeriCorp Grant. Line item 3
provided $500,000 in spending authority and three positions for the Medicaid Infrastructure Grant. Line item 4 provided $246,700 and 1.5

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positions for the continuation of the domestic violence grant. All three of these line items were appropriated one-time because the State
Independent Living Council applies and receives various grants annually. The appropriation amounts for their federal and dedicated funds
are mainly used to account for their total budget on the state accounting system. Line item 5 provided one-time spending authority for the
American Reinvestment Fund in the amount of $94,900. The council expects to receive the $94,900 from stimulus funding during fiscal
year 2010, and will utilize moneys to cover one-time operating and capital expenditures. However, of the $94,900 appropriated, at least
$10,000 is budgeted to cover the ongoing rent costs that were requested but not funded for fiscal year 2010. The State Independent
Living Council does not have an full-time position cap.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP    Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0291-01   SILK General             1.50               0              0              0              0        113,800         113,800
   D   0291-02   SILK Dedicated           1.50               0              0              0              0        125,200         125,200
OT D   0291-02   SILK Dedicated           0.00               0              0              0              0         90,900          90,900
   D   0346-00   American Reinvest        0.00               0              0              0              0         94,900          94,900
   F   0291-03   SILK Federal             0.00               0              0              0              0         24,800          24,800
OT F   0291-03   SILK Federal             5.50               0              0              0              0        923,300         923,300
                              Totals:     8.50               0              0              0              0      1,372,900       1,372,900




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                                               Public Health Districts
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 951 HDAA, 952 HDAB, 953 HDAC, 954 HDAD, 955 HDAE, 956 HDAF, 957 HDAG
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H353 (Ch.310), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The mission of the Public Health Districts is to prevent disease, disability and premature death; to promote
healthy lifestyles; and to protect and promote the health and quality of our environment.
.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                10,270,900        10,270,900         10,073,400       12,165,600          9,758,700         9,305,100
Dedicated                                 500,000           493,500            500,000                0                  0           268,400
Total:                                 10,770,900        10,764,400         10,573,400       12,165,600          9,758,700         9,573,500
Percent Change:                                                (0.1%)             (1.8%)           15.1%             (7.7%)            (9.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         8,801,200         8,996,800                  0       10,344,600          8,251,700                 0
Operating Expenditures                  1,469,700         1,767,600                  0        1,821,000          1,507,000                 0
Lump Sum                                  500,000                 0         10,573,400                0                  0         9,573,500
Total:                                 10,770,900        10,764,400         10,573,400       12,165,600          9,758,700         9,573,500

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General            Dedicated               Federal                Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00          10,799,300              500,000                    0          11,299,300
  Rescissions                                         0.00            (647,700)                   0                    0            (647,700)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00             (78,200)                   0                    0             (78,200)
  Other Appropriation Adjustments                     0.00                   0                    0                    0                   0
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00          10,073,400              500,000                    0          10,573,400
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   0.00                   0                    0                    0                   0
  Expenditure Adjustments                             0.00                   0                    0                    0                   0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        0.00          10,073,400              500,000                    0          10,573,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00                   0             (500,000)                   0            (500,000)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00            (401,600)                   0                    0            (401,600)
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00           9,671,800                    0                    0           9,671,800
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00              32,600                    0                    0              32,600
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00              10,200                    0                    0              10,200
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00            (409,500)                   0                    0            (409,500)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             0.00           9,305,100                    0                    0           9,305,100
  2. Millennium Fund (S1200)                          0.00                   0              268,400                    0             268,400
  Lump Sum or Other Adjustments                       0.00                   0                    0                    0                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00           9,305,100              268,400                    0           9,573,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%              (13.8%)              (46.3%)                0.0%              (15.3%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%               (7.6%)              (46.3%)                0.0%               (9.5%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: The Public Health Districts budget included a 10% base reduction over the FY 2009 original
appropriation. An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life
and disability insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items.
All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis in
S1227. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his
discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. The 5% personnel cost reduction
was on top of the 10% base reduction. Line item 2 funded the Public Health Districts $268,400 for the tobacco cessation programming
from the Idaho Millennium Fund.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0290-01 PHT - General                 0.00               0               0              0               0     9,305,100        9,305,100
OT D 0490-00 Agricultural Loans            0.00               0               0              0               0       268,400          268,400
                            Totals:        0.00               0               0              0               0     9,573,500        9,573,500




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                                                           Section Contents
                                                                   Public Safety
                                                           2009 Legislative Session
  Correction, Department of .................................................................................................... 3 - 3

      Management Services ....................................................................................................................... 3 - 4

      State Prisons ...................................................................................................................................... 3 - 6

      Private Prisons ................................................................................................................................... 3 - 17

      County & Out-of-State Placement .................................................................................................... 3 - 18

      Correctional Alternative Placement ................................................................................................. 3 - 19

      Community Corrections .................................................................................................................... 3 - 20

      Education & Treatment ..................................................................................................................... 3 - 24

      Medical Services ................................................................................................................................ 3 - 25

      Pardons & Parole, Commission ....................................................................................................... 3 - 26

  Judicial Branch ...................................................................................................................... 3 - 27

  Juvenile Corrections, Department of ................................................................................... 3 - 37

  Police, Idaho State ................................................................................................................ 3 - 45

      Brand Inspection ................................................................................................................................ 3 - 46

      Police, Division of Idaho State ......................................................................................................... 3 - 47

      POST Academy .................................................................................................................................. 3 - 56

      Racing Commission .......................................................................................................................... 3 - 57




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                                        Department of Correction

DEPARTMENT SUMMARY:                 FY 2008         FY 2008        FY 2009         FY 2010       FY 2010         FY 2010
                                  Total Appr         Actual      Total Appr        Request       Gov Rec         Approp
BY DIVISION
Management Services                12,389,300      12,332,900        12,816,600    15,424,100    11,592,500     11,214,100
State Prisons                      97,153,700      94,749,600        76,399,200    81,307,100    74,335,100     71,569,800
Private Prisons                    28,840,700      28,601,400        25,534,800    27,790,500    26,378,400     26,315,300
County & Out-of-State Placement             0               0        17,896,200    16,526,700     7,001,300      3,931,400
Alternative Placement                       0               0            39,900     2,624,400        39,900      2,512,600
Community Corrections              24,748,600      23,892,800        26,635,400    29,158,100    27,049,600     25,294,700
Education & Treatment               3,334,400       3,329,000         3,623,200     3,954,100     3,785,800      3,743,800
Medical Services                   20,453,100      20,602,500        21,323,300    22,501,500    22,624,400     22,946,200
Pardons & Parole                    2,474,600       2,118,100         2,326,800     3,026,800     2,335,100      2,234,700
Total:                            189,394,400     185,626,300       186,595,400   202,313,300   175,142,100    169,762,600
BY FUND SOURCE
General                           169,624,500     168,123,500       165,234,000   180,689,700   155,436,300    150,678,400
Dedicated                          15,446,000      14,204,700        17,726,600    17,351,800    17,500,500     16,897,000
Federal                             4,323,900       3,298,100         3,634,800     4,271,800     2,205,300      2,187,200
Total:                            189,394,400     185,626,300       186,595,400   202,313,300   175,142,100    169,762,600
Percent Change:                                         (2.0%)             0.5%          8.4%         (6.1%)         (9.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                    87,686,000      84,719,900        89,950,900    97,702,400    90,732,800     86,115,800
Operating Expenditures             92,115,900      90,204,200        91,514,900    98,575,400    82,758,700     82,405,900
Capital Outlay                      7,842,500       9,572,900         3,379,600     4,285,500     1,650,600      1,240,900
Trustee/Benefit                     1,750,000       1,129,300         1,750,000     1,750,000             0              0
Total:                            189,394,400     185,626,300       186,595,400   202,313,300   175,142,100    169,762,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)              1,607.40      1,607.40          1,626.80      1,658.80      1,622.80       1,626.80

In accordance with Section 67-3519, Idaho Code, this department is authorized no more than 1,626.8 full-time equivalent
positions at any point during the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 for the divisions specified.




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                                              Management Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAA, 230 CCAS
Bill Number & Chapter: H86 (Ch.25), H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Management Services has oversight, department wide, of information services, construction, financial
services, inmate placement, central records, research & quality assurance, and human resources services, and includes the director's
office.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010         FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr           Request         Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                9,689,100        10,376,100        10,180,800          12,155,300     10,412,200        10,048,400
Dedicated                                594,000           491,600           526,300             546,800        503,600           491,400
Federal                                2,106,200         1,465,200         2,109,500           2,722,000        676,700           674,300
Total:                                12,389,300        12,332,900        12,816,600          15,424,100     11,592,500        11,214,100
Percent Change:                                                (0.5%)              3.9%           20.3%            (9.6%)           (12.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        6,443,100         6,354,700         6,554,800           8,091,400      7,304,700         6,920,300
Operating Expenditures                 3,789,400         4,185,100         4,056,100           4,986,400      4,230,800         4,236,800
Capital Outlay                           406,800           663,800           455,700             596,300         57,000            57,000
Trustee/Benefit                        1,750,000         1,129,300         1,750,000           1,750,000              0                 0
Total:                                12,389,300        12,332,900        12,816,600          15,424,100     11,592,500        11,214,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  105.40             104.40             103.40          116.40           109.40            109.40

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General            Dedicated           Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      103.40         10,179,600                529,800         2,110,300          12,819,700
  1. Gomez Settlement - Inmate Lawsuit                0.00            220,000                      0                 0             220,000
  Rescissions                                         0.00           (171,400)                     0                 0            (171,400)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00            (47,400)                (3,500)             (800)            (51,700)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         103.40         10,180,800                526,300         2,109,500          12,816,600
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                  (3.00)          (304,700)                     0           528,900             224,200
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      100.40          9,876,100                526,300         2,638,400          13,040,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00           (602,200)                     0          (528,900)         (1,131,100)
  Base Adjustments                                   12.00          1,391,800                      0                 0           1,391,800
  Additional Base Adjustment                         (3.00)          (336,600)                     0                 0            (336,600)
FY 2010 Base                                        109.40         10,329,100                526,300         2,109,500          12,964,900
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00             33,200                  2,200               300              35,700
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00             21,700                      0                 0              21,700
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00           (341,600)               (10,300)           (2,100)           (354,000)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           109.40         10,042,400                518,200         2,107,700          12,668,300
  2. CIS Byrne Grant                                  0.00                  0                      0           608,600             608,600
  6. Serve Idaho/AmeriCorps                           0.00                  0                (26,800)       (2,042,000)         (2,068,800)
  7. CAPP: T-1 Lines                                  0.00              6,000                      0                 0               6,000
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         109.40         10,048,400                491,400           674,300          11,214,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               5.8%              (1.3%)                 (7.2%)           (68.0%)             (12.5%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  5.8%              (1.3%)                 (6.6%)           (68.0%)             (12.5%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H86 appropriated $220,000 from the General Fund to pay legal fees awarded in an inmate lawsuit relating to court
access and claims of retaliation by the Department of Correction.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items included $608,600 in one-time
federal spending authority from a Byrne Grant to improve the shared web-enabled offender management system that will allow more
flexibility for other governmental organizations to take advantage of this shared system; $2,068,800 for AmeriCorps that was transferred to
the Department of Labor; and $6,000 to cover the annual cost of T-1 data lines linking the Department of Correction with the new
Correctional Alternative Placement Program (CAPP). Funding for the T-1 data lines is offset by shifting monies from the General Fund to
2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               3-4                                                      Analyst: Burns
the Parolee Supervision Fund within Community Corrections.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP     Pers. Cost    Oper Exp     Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum          Total
     G   0001-00   General                 100.90     6,522,900    3,468,500     57,000        0         0      10,048,400
     D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              1.00        34,600            0          0        0         0          34,600
OT   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              0.00           700            0          0        0         0             700
     D   0284-00   Parolee Supervision       4.00       157,200       92,300          0        0         0         249,500
OT   D   0284-00   Parolee Supervision       0.00         3,300            0          0        0         0           3,300
     D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         2.00       134,100       66,500          0        0         0         200,600
OT   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00         2,700            0          0        0         0           2,700
     F   0348-00   Federal Grant             1.50        63,600          900          0        0         0          64,500
OT   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.00         1,200      608,600          0        0         0         609,800
                                 Totals:   109.40     6,920,300    4,236,800     57,000        0         0      11,214,100




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                                                     State Prisons

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008          FY 2008           FY 2009        FY 2010      FY 2010          FY 2010
                                       Total Appr          Actual         Total Appr       Request      Gov Rec          Approp
BY PROGRAM
Prisons Adminstration                   21,610,600       22,573,000          1,959,600      1,240,400    1,050,600       1,007,100
Idaho State Corr Inst - Boise           25,572,400       23,157,900         23,857,000     25,590,700   23,814,600      23,401,300
Idaho Corr Inst - Orofino               10,158,700        9,652,800         10,425,700     11,141,100   10,211,700       9,720,500
N Idaho Corr Inst - Cottonwood           5,502,200        5,583,800          5,636,200      6,569,100    5,788,100       5,552,500
S Idaho Corr Inst - Boise               10,053,100       10,148,400         10,342,400      9,926,200    9,270,900       8,779,300
Idaho Max Sec Inst - Boise              10,371,600       10,061,500         10,916,100     11,702,500   10,543,700      10,092,500
St. Anthony Work Camp                    3,928,700        3,777,300          3,804,700      4,106,000    3,944,600       3,715,400
Pocatello Women's Corr Center            6,276,900        6,199,700          6,162,100      7,364,500    6,171,100       5,909,600
S Boise Women's Corr Center              3,679,500        3,595,200          3,295,400      3,666,600    3,539,800       3,391,600
Total:                                  97,153,700       94,749,600         76,399,200     81,307,100   74,335,100      71,569,800
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 89,519,100       87,821,000         67,853,500     73,622,400   66,479,100      64,176,600
Dedicated                                7,407,000        6,612,500          8,427,900      7,561,000    7,737,300       7,278,400
Federal                                    227,600          316,100            117,800        123,700      118,700         114,800
Total:                                  97,153,700       94,749,600         76,399,200     81,307,100   74,335,100      71,569,800
Percent Change:                                                  (2.5%)         (19.4%)          6.4%        (2.7%)          (6.3%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         59,091,000       56,983,300         59,116,500     62,965,900   58,109,200      55,409,400
Operating Expenditures                  35,901,600       35,249,600         15,515,800     16,359,000   15,516,700      15,784,200
Capital Outlay                           2,161,100        2,516,700          1,766,900      1,982,200      709,200         376,200
Total:                                  97,153,700       94,749,600         76,399,200     81,307,100   74,335,100      71,569,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                 1,101.05            1,101.05        1,092.05       1,099.35     1,081.35        1,083.35



                                                   FTP                  Gen                Ded             Fed              Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                 1,092.05           70,685,200          8,258,400         118,800        79,062,400
Supplementals                                      0.00                    0             42,400               0            42,400
Omnibus Supplemental                               0.00                    0            153,400               0           153,400
Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00             (516,700)           (26,300)         (1,000)         (544,000)
Rescissions                                        0.00           (2,315,000)                 0               0        (2,315,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                    1,092.05           67,853,500          8,427,900         117,800        76,399,200
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                 4.30              370,300                  0               0           370,300
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                 1,096.35           68,223,800          8,427,900         117,800        76,769,500
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00             (206,100)        (1,513,000)              0        (1,719,100)
Base Adjustments                                 (12.00)          (1,611,700)                 0               0        (1,611,700)
Additional Base Adjustment                        (3.00)            (546,000)                 0               0          (546,000)
FY 2010 Base                                   1,081.35           65,860,000          6,914,900         117,800        72,892,700
Benefit Costs                                      0.00              246,800             12,800             500           260,100
Inflationary Adjustments                           0.00                    0                  0               0                 0
Replacement Items                                  0.00                    0            311,900               0           311,900
Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00              (90,200)                 0               0           (90,200)
Annualizations                                     0.00                    0            153,400               0           153,400
Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00           (2,676,400)          (114,600)         (3,500)       (2,794,500)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                    1,081.35           63,340,200          7,278,400         114,800        70,733,400
Line Items                                         2.00              836,400                  0               0           836,400
FY 2010 Total                                  1,083.35           64,176,600          7,278,400         114,800        71,569,800
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   (0.8%)               (9.2%)            (11.9%)          (3.4%)            (9.5%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     (0.8%)               (5.4%)          (13.6%)         (2.5%)            (6.3%)




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I. State Prisons: Prisons Administration
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAL
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Prisons Administration has oversight over eight state prisons, one publicly owned privately managed prison,
contract offender housing in county jails and out of state facilities. Prison’s Administration ensures compliance with all policies and
procedures, state and federal guidelines, and contract compliance with private entities.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008             FY 2009          FY 2010           FY 2010             FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual           Total Appr         Request           Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  21,490,000       22,483,400           1,922,700         1,010,200          825,200             787,500
Dedicated                                    36,900            5,900              36,900           230,200          225,400             219,600
Federal                                      83,700           83,700                   0                 0                0                   0
Total:                                   21,610,600       22,573,000           1,959,600         1,240,400        1,050,600           1,007,100
Percent Change:                                                   4.5%              (91.3%)         (36.7%)          (46.4%)             (48.6%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           1,022,500        1,397,800           1,567,700           982,900          915,800             872,300
Operating Expenditures                   20,582,000       21,033,200             391,900           252,900          134,800             134,800
Capital Outlay                                6,100          142,000                   0             4,600                0                   0
Total:                                   21,610,600       22,573,000           1,959,600         1,240,400        1,050,600           1,007,100
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                      9.00               9.00              21.00            11.00            11.00               11.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General            Dedicated             Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                         21.00              2,072,700             36,900                  0              2,109,600
  Rescissions                                           0.00               (139,500)                 0                  0               (139,500)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00                (10,500)                 0                  0                (10,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                            21.00              1,922,700             36,900                  0              1,959,600
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                     2.00                  1,000            186,600                  0                187,600
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                         23.00              1,923,700            223,500                  0              2,147,200
  Base Adjustments                                    (12.00)            (1,096,900)                 0                  0             (1,096,900)
FY 2010 Base                                           11.00                826,800            223,500                  0              1,050,300
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00                 (2,000)             1,100                  0                   (900)
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00                 (2,100)                 0                  0                 (2,100)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00                (37,500)            (5,000)                 0                (42,500)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                              11.00                785,200            219,600                  0              1,004,800
  3. Transport & Reimbursement                          0.00                  2,300                  0                  0                  2,300
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                            11.00                787,500            219,600                  0              1,007,100
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               (47.6%)                (62.0%)            495.1%               0.0%                 (52.3%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  (47.6%)                (59.0%)            495.1%               0.0%                 (48.6%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items included $2,300 in one-time General
Funds to make timely reimbursement to counties for transporting and/or prosecuting Idaho inmates.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G   0001-00   General                    9.00        709,600            75,600               0             0                0         785,200
OT G   0001-00   General                    0.00              0             2,300               0             0                0           2,300
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          2.00        159,400            56,900               0             0                0         216,300
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          0.00          3,300                 0               0             0                0           3,300
                               Totals:     11.00        872,300           134,800               0             0                0       1,007,100




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 3-7                                                           Analyst: Burns
II. State Prisons: Idaho State Correctional Institution - Boise
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAC, 230 CCAT
Bill Number & Chapter: H86 (Ch.25), H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: ISCI is the state's oldest and largest facility. It is the primary facility for long-term male, medium-custody
offenders. It also has special-use beds for infirmary, outpatient mental health, and geriatric inmates. The compound includes a chapel,
recreation center, school, large correctional industries operation, and a medical clinic. The safe operating capacity at ISCI is 1,490 beds.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                24,222,800        21,863,600        22,329,500         23,967,300       22,105,900        21,706,500
Dedicated                               1,291,900         1,247,800         1,467,700          1,560,800        1,648,500         1,636,600
Federal                                    57,700            46,500            59,800             62,600           60,200            58,200
Total:                                 25,572,400        23,157,900        23,857,000         25,590,700       23,814,600        23,401,300
Percent Change:                                                (9.4%)              3.0%               7.3%           (0.2%)            (1.9%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        20,461,000        18,364,900        19,367,600         20,471,000       19,042,300        18,355,300
Operating Expenditures                  4,577,100         4,167,400         4,307,900          4,725,800        4,396,100         4,669,800
Capital Outlay                            534,300           625,600           181,500            393,900          376,200           376,200
Total:                                 25,572,400        23,157,900        23,857,000         25,590,700       23,814,600        23,401,300
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  384.00             384.00             368.00           370.00            369.00            371.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General            Dedicated            Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      368.00          23,303,400             1,378,000              60,300          24,741,700
  1. Transport Buses                                  0.00                   0                42,400                   0              42,400
  Rescissions                                        (1.50)           (793,900)                    0                   0            (793,900)
  General Fund Offset                                 1.50                   0                50,800                   0              50,800
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00            (180,000)               (3,500)               (500)           (184,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         368.00          22,329,500             1,467,700              59,800          23,857,000
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   2.00             304,700              (117,900)                  0             186,800
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      370.00          22,634,200             1,349,800              59,800          24,043,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00             (68,200)              (65,500)                  0            (133,700)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00            (463,600)                    0                   0            (463,600)
  Additional Base Adjustment                         (1.00)           (137,200)                    0                   0            (137,200)
FY 2010 Base                                        369.00          21,965,200             1,284,300              59,800          23,309,300
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00              88,500                   700                 200              89,400
  Replacement Items                                   0.00                   0               311,900                   0             311,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00             (30,000)                    0                   0             (30,000)
  Annualizations                                      0.00                   0                50,800                   0              50,800
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00            (919,700)              (11,100)             (1,800)           (932,600)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           369.00          21,104,000             1,636,600              58,200          22,798,800
  6. CAPP: Transport Staff                            2.00              45,100                     0                   0              45,100
  7. 200 New Beds at ISCI                             0.00             557,400                     0                   0             557,400
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         371.00          21,706,500             1,636,600              58,200          23,401,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.8%               (6.9%)                18.8%               (3.5%)              (5.4%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.8%               (2.8%)                11.5%               (2.7%)              (1.9%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H86 appropriated $42,400 from the Miscellaneous Revenue Fund to cover transport bus operating and maintenance
costs.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation. Spending authority from the
Penitentiary Endowment Income Fund was provided for replacement items. All state agency personnel costs were reduced permanently
by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General
Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state
services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items included $45,100 for two transport staff with funding offset by shifting moneys from the
General Fund to the Parolee Supervision Fund within Community Corrections; and $557,400 for the addition of 200 temporary beds at the
Idaho State Correctional Institution with funding offset by a reduction in the county & out-of-state program.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP     Pers. Cost    Oper Exp     Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum          Total
   G   0001-00   General                  362.50    17,886,000    3,756,200     64,300        0         0      21,706,500
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor               0.00             0       47,200          0        0         0          47,200
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          7.50       403,700      137,900          0        0         0         541,600
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          0.00         7,400            0          0        0         0           7,400
   D   0481-05   Penitentiary Income        0.00             0      728,500          0        0         0         728,500
OT D   0481-05   Penitentiary Income        0.00             0            0    311,900        0         0         311,900
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant              1.00        57,000            0          0        0         0          57,000
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant              0.00         1,200            0          0        0         0           1,200
                                Totals:   371.00    18,355,300    4,669,800    376,200        0         0      23,401,300




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                             3-9                                        Analyst: Burns
III. State Prisons: Idaho Correctional Institution - Orofino
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAD
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: ICI - Orofino is a modified old state school and hospital mental health building. A new wing was added in
1988. It is a standard prison designed for male inmates of all custody levels including protective custody inmates with a safe operating
capacity of 541 beds.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008            FY 2009             FY 2010            FY 2010              FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual          Total Appr            Request            Gov Rec              Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   8,423,500        8,259,200           8,334,200           9,296,800          8,404,900           8,039,700
Dedicated                                 1,735,200        1,382,700           2,091,500           1,844,300          1,806,800           1,680,800
Federal                                           0           10,900                   0                   0                  0                   0
Total:                                   10,158,700        9,652,800          10,425,700          11,141,100         10,211,700           9,720,500
Percent Change:                                                  (5.0%)                8.0%               6.9%            (2.1%)              (6.8%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           7,599,500        7,323,800           7,743,700           8,273,600          7,774,900           7,379,100
Operating Expenditures                    2,243,900        2,041,500           2,355,700           2,460,300          2,342,800           2,341,400
Capital Outlay                              315,300          287,500             326,300             407,200             94,000                   0
Total:                                   10,158,700        9,652,800          10,425,700          11,141,100         10,211,700           9,720,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   139.04              139.04               141.04           140.04            140.04               140.04

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General              Dedicated              Federal                   Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        141.04             8,672,900             2,100,000                    0             10,772,900
  Rescissions                                           0.00              (276,700)                    0                    0               (276,700)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00               (62,000)               (8,500)                   0                (70,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           141.04             8,334,200             2,091,500                    0             10,425,700
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                    (1.00)                    0               (59,200)                   0                (59,200)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        140.04             8,334,200             2,032,300                    0             10,366,500
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00                  (400)             (325,900)                   0               (326,300)
  Base Adjustments                                      0.00                24,500                     0                    0                 24,500
FY 2010 Base                                          140.04             8,358,300             1,706,400                    0             10,064,700
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00                30,000                 3,400                    0                 33,400
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00               (11,300)                    0                    0                (11,300)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00              (337,300)              (29,000)                   0               (366,300)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           140.04             8,039,700             1,680,800                    0              9,720,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                (0.7%)                (7.3%)               (20.0%)                0.0%                  (9.8%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   (0.7%)                (3.5%)               (19.6%)                0.0%                  (6.8%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                           Total
   G   0001-00   General                  124.04       6,439,500         1,600,200                0              0                 0       8,039,700
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              15.00         869,100           688,700                0              0                 0       1,557,800
OT D   0282-00   Inmate Labor               0.00          18,200                 0                0              0                 0          18,200
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          1.00          51,200            52,500                0              0                 0         103,700
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          0.00           1,100                 0                0              0                 0           1,100
                               Totals:    140.04       7,379,100         2,341,400                0              0                 0       9,720,500




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 3 - 10                                                            Analyst: Burns
IV. State Prisons: North Idaho Correctional Institution - Cottonwood
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAE
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: NICI is a former military radar station north of the town of Cottonwood. This is a program-specific prison
designed for male inmates sentenced to a retained jurisdiction commitment by the court. It provides a sentencing alternative for the courts
to target those offenders who might, after a period of programming and evaluation, be viable candidates for probation rather than
incarceration. The safe operating capacity at NICI is 399 beds.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008           FY 2008             FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr           Actual           Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  5,284,800       5,382,200           5,415,400           6,345,900       5,566,900          5,332,900
Dedicated                                  217,400         201,600             220,800             223,200         221,200            219,600
Total:                                   5,502,200       5,583,800           5,636,200           6,569,100       5,788,100          5,552,500
Percent Change:                                                  1.5%                0.9%           16.6%             2.7%              (1.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          4,048,600       4,120,700           4,222,100           4,942,200       4,409,500          4,174,600
Operating Expenditures                   1,364,800       1,322,700           1,384,700           1,483,200       1,378,600          1,377,900
Capital Outlay                              88,800         140,400              29,400             143,700               0                  0
Total:                                   5,502,200       5,583,800           5,636,200           6,569,100       5,788,100          5,552,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   80.00            80.00                80.00             86.00            80.00              80.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP                General             Dedicated            Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       80.00              5,648,100              221,300                 0             5,869,400
  Rescissions                                         0.00               (193,200)                   0                 0              (193,200)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00                (39,500)                (500)                0               (40,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          80.00              5,415,400              220,800                 0             5,636,200
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00                (29,400)                   0                 0               (29,400)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00                150,300                    0                 0               150,300
FY 2010 Base                                         80.00              5,536,300              220,800                 0             5,757,100
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                 19,600                  200                 0                19,800
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                 (6,800)                   0                 0                (6,800)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00               (216,200)              (1,400)                0              (217,600)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          80.00              5,332,900              219,600                 0             5,552,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%                  (5.6%)               (0.8%)             0.0%                 (5.4%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%                  (1.5%)               (0.5%)             0.0%                 (1.5%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0001-00   General                  79.00      4,128,200       1,204,700                  0            0               0       5,332,900
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              0.00              0          32,600                  0            0               0          32,600
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         1.00         45,400         140,600                  0            0               0         186,000
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00          1,000               0                  0            0               0           1,000
                               Totals:    80.00      4,174,600       1,377,900                  0            0               0       5,552,500




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               3 - 11                                                        Analyst: Burns
V. State Prisons: South Idaho Correctional Institution - Boise
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAF
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: SICI is a working facility which houses male minimum-custody inmates in a dormitory setting. Every inmate
is assigned a job and is expected to work whether inside or outside the facility compound. SICI inmates work in road crews for the Idaho
Transportation Department and in fire fighting crews for the U.S. Forest Service. SICI operates the final pre-release program for about
90% of inmates paroling from the prison system. The safe operating capacity of the prison is 728.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008             FY 2009             FY 2010          FY 2010             FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual           Total Appr            Request          Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   8,277,700        8,581,200           7,688,400           8,187,500        7,576,600           7,261,100
Dedicated                                 1,720,200        1,475,800           2,596,000           1,677,600        1,635,800           1,461,600
Federal                                      55,200           91,400              58,000              61,100           58,500              56,600
Total:                                   10,053,100       10,148,400          10,342,400           9,926,200        9,270,900           8,779,300
Percent Change:                                                    0.9%                1.9%            (4.0%)          (10.4%)             (15.1%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           7,508,400        7,717,100           6,966,500           7,360,800        6,918,600           6,568,800
Operating Expenditures                    2,440,300        2,264,500           2,222,100           2,329,700        2,211,300           2,210,500
Capital Outlay                              104,400          166,800           1,153,800             235,700          141,000                   0
Total:                                   10,053,100       10,148,400          10,342,400           9,926,200        9,270,900           8,779,300
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   145.70              145.70               127.70           128.00           127.00              127.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP                General             Dedicated             Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        127.70              7,872,300             2,604,800            58,500             10,535,600
  Rescissions                                           0.00               (129,300)                    0                 0               (129,300)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00                (54,600)               (8,800)             (500)               (63,900)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           127.70              7,688,400             2,596,000            58,000             10,342,400
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                     0.30                  9,500                (2,500)                0                  7,000
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        128.00              7,697,900             2,593,500            58,000             10,349,400
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00                (47,200)           (1,106,600)                0             (1,153,800)
  Base Adjustments                                      0.00                (65,100)                    0                 0                (65,100)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           (1.00)               (50,000)                    0                 0                (50,000)
FY 2010 Base                                          127.00              7,535,600             1,486,900            58,000              9,080,500
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00                 27,300                 4,200               300                 31,800
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00                (10,900)                    0                 0                (10,900)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00               (290,900)              (29,500)           (1,700)              (322,100)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           127.00              7,261,100             1,461,600            56,600              8,779,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                (0.5%)                 (7.8%)               (43.9%)            (3.2%)                (16.7%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   (0.5%)                 (5.6%)               (43.7%)            (2.4%)                (15.1%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP    Pers. Cost        Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0001-00   General                  108.50       5,554,100         1,707,000                0             0                0       7,261,100
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              16.00         875,700           456,400                0             0                0       1,332,100
OT D   0282-00   Inmate Labor               0.00          18,400                 0                0             0                0          18,400
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          1.50          62,700            47,100                0             0                0         109,800
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          0.00           1,300                 0                0             0                0           1,300
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant              1.00          55,400                 0                0             0                0          55,400
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant              0.00           1,200                 0                0             0                0           1,200
                               Totals:    127.00       6,568,800         2,210,500                0             0                0       8,779,300


2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 3 - 12                                                          Analyst: Burns
VI. State Prisons: Idaho Maximum Security Institution - Boise
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAG
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: IMSI opened in 1989 to confine Idaho's most violent offenders. The compound is located within a double
perimeter fence reinforced with razor wire and an electronic detection system. The inmate population is comprised of a large number of
mental health inmates, including civil commitments. Thirty beds are dedicated for acute mentally ill. IMSI has restrictive housing beds
dedicated to administrative segregation, disciplinary detention and Death Row. The remaining beds are allocated for close-custody general
population inmates. The safe operating capacity at IMSI is 453 beds.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008             FY 2008            FY 2009             FY 2010            FY 2010              FY 2010
                                     Total Appr             Actual          Total Appr            Request            Gov Rec              Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  10,191,800        9,880,700          10,731,100          11,516,900         10,362,800           9,915,200
Dedicated                                   179,800          180,800             185,000             185,600            180,900             177,300
Total:                                   10,371,600       10,061,500          10,916,100          11,702,500         10,543,700          10,092,500
Percent Change:                                                  (3.0%)                8.5%               7.2%            (3.4%)              (7.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           8,278,300        8,083,700           8,857,900           9,296,400          8,402,100           7,952,900
Operating Expenditures                    1,889,800        1,699,900           2,015,300           2,118,800          2,141,600           2,139,600
Capital Outlay                              203,500          277,900              42,900             287,300                  0                   0
Total:                                   10,371,600       10,061,500          10,916,100          11,702,500         10,543,700          10,092,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   156.50              156.50               167.50           167.50            166.50               166.50

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                 FTP               General              Dedicated              Federal                   Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        167.50         11,258,300                  186,000                    0             11,444,300
  Rescissions                                           0.00           (444,400)                       0                    0               (444,400)
  Health Insurance Reduction                            0.00            (82,800)                  (1,000)                   0                (83,800)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           167.50         10,731,100                  185,000                    0             10,916,100
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                     0.00                  0                   (5,000)                   0                 (5,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                        167.50         10,731,100                  180,000                    0             10,911,100
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                      0.00            (42,900)                       0                    0                (42,900)
  Base Adjustments                                      0.00           (171,800)                       0                    0               (171,800)
  Additional Base Adjustment                           (1.00)          (358,800)                       0                    0               (358,800)
FY 2010 Base                                          166.50         10,157,600                  180,000                    0             10,337,600
  Benefit Costs                                         0.00             39,400                      500                    0                 39,900
  Statewide Cost Allocation                             0.00            (13,200)                       0                    0                (13,200)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                              0.00           (411,100)                  (3,200)                   0               (414,300)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             166.50          9,772,700                  177,300                    0              9,950,000
  4. Sixty New Beds at IMSI                             0.00            142,500                        0                    0                142,500
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           166.50          9,915,200                  177,300                    0             10,092,500
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.                (0.6%)            (11.9%)                   (4.7%)                0.0%                 (11.8%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                   (0.6%)             (7.6%)                   (4.2%)                0.0%                  (7.5%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items included $142,500 for the addition of
60 beds at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution with funding offset by a reduction in the county & out-of-state program.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                      FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                           Total
   G   0001-00   General                  164.50       7,849,500         2,065,700                0              0                 0       9,915,200
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor               0.00               0            23,600                0              0                 0          23,600
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          2.00         101,300            50,300                0              0                 0         151,600
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev          0.00           2,100                 0                0              0                 0           2,100
                               Totals:    166.50       7,952,900         2,139,600                0              0                 0      10,092,500


2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                 3 - 13                                                            Analyst: Burns
VII. State Prisons: St. Anthony Work Camp
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAH
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This work camp, located in the eastern Idaho town of St. Anthony, is designed for low-risk minimum and
community custody male inmates. The program focus is to provide work therapy by offering full-time, constructive, paid employment to
inmates through contracted work and public service projects with government agencies, non-profits, and private employers. SAWC also
functions as a pre-release center, offering substance abuse treatment, academic, and vocational education. The safe operating capacity at
this facility is 230.
.
PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008           FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010            FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr           Actual         Total Appr           Request            Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  2,671,000       2,543,400          2,558,900          2,870,800         2,514,700          2,404,400
Dedicated                                1,257,700       1,233,900          1,245,800          1,235,200         1,429,900          1,311,000
Total:                                   3,928,700       3,777,300          3,804,700          4,106,000         3,944,600          3,715,400
Percent Change:                                               (3.9%)               0.7%               7.9%            3.7%              (2.3%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          2,741,100       2,628,800          2,775,700          2,885,400         2,838,200          2,707,000
Operating Expenditures                     990,300         964,200          1,013,100          1,038,900         1,008,400          1,008,400
Capital Outlay                             197,300         184,300             15,900            181,700            98,000                  0
Total:                                   3,928,700       3,777,300          3,804,700          4,106,000         3,944,600          3,715,400
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   44.21             44.21               44.21           44.21              44.21              44.21

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General             Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       44.21            2,745,900            1,145,000                   0             3,890,900
  Rescissions                                        (4.00)            (166,700)                   0                   0              (166,700)
  General Fund Offset                                 4.00                    0              102,600                   0               102,600
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00              (20,300)              (1,800)                  0               (22,100)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          44.21            2,558,900            1,245,800                   0             3,804,700
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   0.00                    0               (1,000)                  0                (1,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       44.21            2,558,900            1,244,800                   0             3,803,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00                 (900)             (15,000)                  0               (15,900)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00              (60,300)                   0                   0               (60,300)
FY 2010 Base                                         44.21            2,497,700            1,229,800                   0             3,727,500
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00               11,200                 (400)                  0                10,800
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00               (3,700)                   0                   0                (3,700)
  Annualizations                                      0.00                    0              102,600                   0               102,600
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00             (100,800)             (21,000)                  0              (121,800)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          44.21            2,404,400            1,311,000                   0             3,715,400
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%               (12.4%)               14.5%                0.0%                 (4.5%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%                (6.0%)                5.2%                0.0%                 (2.3%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0001-00   General                  36.60      1,926,300          478,100               0              0               0       2,404,400
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              7.61        766,700          514,800               0              0               0       1,281,500
OT D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              0.00         14,000                0               0              0               0          14,000
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00              0           15,500               0              0               0          15,500
                               Totals:    44.21      2,707,000        1,008,400               0              0               0       3,715,400




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              3 - 14                                                         Analyst: Burns
VIII. State Prisons: Pocatello Women's Correctional Center
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAI
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: PWCC is the state's first facility designed specifically to meet the unique program needs of female offenders.
It opened in 1994 and houses all custody levels. The institution has its own reception and diagnostic center, pre-release program and work
center release. The safe operating capacity at PWCC is 299 beds.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008           FY 2008          FY 2009            FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr           Actual        Total Appr           Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  5,691,700       5,670,500         5,583,100          6,765,600        5,587,500          5,342,900
Dedicated                                  554,200         479,300           579,000            598,900          583,600            566,700
Federal                                     31,000          49,900                 0                  0                0                  0
Total:                                   6,276,900       6,199,700         6,162,100          7,364,500        6,171,100          5,909,600
Percent Change:                                               (1.2%)              (0.6%)          19.5%             0.1%              (4.1%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          4,930,400       4,830,900         5,023,500          5,837,300        5,051,900          4,790,800
Operating Expenditures                   1,106,700       1,109,900         1,127,500          1,213,600        1,119,200          1,118,800
Capital Outlay                             239,800         258,900            11,100            313,600                0                  0
Total:                                   6,276,900       6,199,700         6,162,100          7,364,500        6,171,100          5,909,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   92.60            92.60               92.60           101.60            92.60              92.60

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP             General             Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       92.60           5,760,700              581,200                  0             6,341,900
  Rescissions                                         0.00            (135,600)                   0                  0              (135,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00             (42,000)              (2,200)                 0               (44,200)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          92.60           5,583,100              579,000                  0             6,162,100
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   0.00                   0               (1,000)                 0                (1,000)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       92.60           5,583,100              578,000                  0             6,161,100
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00             (11,100)                   0                  0               (11,100)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00             (15,600)                   0                  0               (15,600)
FY 2010 Base                                         92.60           5,556,400              578,000                  0             6,134,400
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00              20,500                3,100                  0                23,600
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00              (7,700)                   0                  0                (7,700)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00            (226,300)             (14,400)                 0              (240,700)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          92.60           5,342,900              566,700                  0             5,909,600
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%               (7.3%)               (2.5%)              0.0%                 (6.8%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%               (4.3%)               (2.1%)              0.0%                 (4.1%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                       Total
   G   0001-00   General                  84.00      4,320,000       1,022,900               0             0               0       5,342,900
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              4.50        246,000          75,900               0             0               0         321,900
OT D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              0.00          5,200               0               0             0               0           5,200
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         4.10        215,100          20,000               0             0               0         235,100
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00          4,500               0               0             0               0           4,500
                               Totals:    92.60      4,790,800       1,118,800               0             0               0       5,909,600




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              3 - 15                                                       Analyst: Burns
IX. State Prisons: South Boise Women's Correctional Center
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAP
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The South Boise Women's Correctional Center houses females under court-retained jurisdiction. It provides
a sentencing alternative for the courts to target those offenders who might, after a period of programming and evaluation, be viable
candidates for probation rather than incarceration. The safe operating capacity at SBWCC is 248 beds.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009             FY 2010            FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr            Request            Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 3,265,800         3,156,800          3,290,200           3,661,400         3,534,600          3,386,400
Dedicated                                 413,700           404,700              5,200               5,200             5,200              5,200
Federal                                         0            33,700                  0                   0                 0                  0
Total:                                  3,679,500         3,595,200          3,295,400           3,666,600         3,539,800          3,391,600
Percent Change:                                                (2.3%)               (8.3%)             11.3%            7.4%               2.9%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         2,501,200         2,515,600          2,591,800           2,916,300         2,755,900          2,608,600
Operating Expenditures                    706,700           646,300            697,600             735,800           783,900            783,000
Capital Outlay                            471,600           433,300              6,000              14,500                 0                  0
Total:                                  3,679,500         3,595,200          3,295,400           3,666,600         3,539,800          3,391,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    50.00             50.00                50.00              51.00           51.00              51.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General              Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       50.00             3,350,900                    5,200                0             3,356,100
  Rescissions                                         0.00               (35,700)                       0                0               (35,700)
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00               (25,000)                       0                0               (25,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          50.00             3,290,200                    5,200                0             3,295,400
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   1.00                55,100                        0                0                55,100
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       51.00             3,345,300                    5,200                0             3,350,500
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00                (6,000)                       0                0                (6,000)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00                86,800                        0                0                86,800
FY 2010 Base                                         51.00             3,426,100                    5,200                0             3,431,300
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00                12,300                        0                0                12,300
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00                (4,500)                       0                0                (4,500)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00              (136,600)                       0                0              (136,600)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            51.00             3,297,300                    5,200                0             3,302,500
  5. Forty New Beds at SBWCC                          0.00                89,100                        0                0                89,100
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          51.00             3,386,400                    5,200                0             3,391,600
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               2.0%                  1.1%                     0.0%             0.0%                  1.1%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  2.0%                  2.9%                     0.0%             0.0%                  2.9%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. One line item was included for $89,100 to add
40 beds at the South Boise Women's Correctional Center with funding offset by a reduction in the county & out-of-state program.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp           Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                      51.00      2,608,600          777,800                 0              0               0       3,386,400
   D 0349-00 Miscellaneous Rev             0.00              0            5,200                 0              0               0           5,200
                           Totals:        51.00      2,608,600          783,000                 0              0               0       3,391,600




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                                3 - 16                                                         Analyst: Burns
                                                      Private Prisons
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAM
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Idaho Correctional Center opened in July 2000 as the first state-owned, privately run facility. It was built
on state property by the Corrections Corp. of America (CCA) and is currently run by CCA. It houses medium and minimum custody male
offenders. The safe operating capacity at the privately run prison is 1,514.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010            FY 2010             FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr          Request            Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                28,504,000        28,395,500         25,534,800       27,790,500         26,378,400         26,315,300
Dedicated                                 336,700           205,900                  0                0                  0                  0
Total:                                 28,840,700        28,601,400         25,534,800       27,790,500         26,378,400         26,315,300
Percent Change:                                                (0.8%)           (10.7%)              8.8%             3.3%               3.1%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Operating Expenditures                 24,336,700        23,325,200         25,238,000       27,790,500         26,378,400         26,315,300
Capital Outlay                          4,504,000         5,276,200            296,800                0                  0                  0
Total:                                 28,840,700        28,601,400         25,534,800       27,790,500         26,378,400         26,315,300

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General            Dedicated              Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00          25,784,800                      0                  0            25,784,800
  Rescissions                                         0.00            (250,000)                     0                  0              (250,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00          25,534,800                      0                  0            25,534,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00          (1,421,000)                     0                  0            (1,421,000)
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00          (1,162,100)                     0                  0            (1,162,100)
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00          22,951,700                      0                  0            22,951,700
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00               4,000                      0                  0                 4,000
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             0.00          22,955,700                      0                  0            22,955,700
  1. Reduction in Daily Rate                          0.00          (2,984,300)                     0                  0            (2,984,300)
  2. PIE Conversion                                   0.00           1,029,200                      0                  0             1,029,200
  3. 324-Bed Expansion                                0.00           3,983,800                      0                  0             3,983,800
  4. 304-Bed Expansion                                0.00           1,330,900                      0                  0             1,330,900
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00          26,315,300                      0                  0            26,315,300
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%                2.1%                   0.0%               0.0%                  2.1%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%                3.1%                   0.0%               0.0%                  3.1%

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
Line items included a $2,984,300 reduction for adjustments in per diem costs that will drop from a high of $46.23 down to $40 per inmate
day; $1,029,200 to replace a loss of PIE revenue and penalty fees; $3,983,800 for a 324-bed expansion at the private prison at a cost of
$40 per inmate day. As part of this addition, 22 existing double bunk close custody cells will be converted into single bunk segregation
cells. Finally, $1,330,900 was included for another 304-bed dorm style housing unit at the private facility at an estimated cost of $40 per
inmate day. The addition of these beds will bring the total operating capacity of the prison up to 2,120 offenders.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                       0.00               0    26,315,300                0              0                0      26,315,300




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                               3 - 17                                                        Analyst: Burns
                                  County & Out-of-State Placement
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAR
Bill Number & Chapter: H86 (Ch.25), H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The County and Out-of-State program provides funding to house and provide medical care for offenders
placed in county jail and contract out-of-state prison beds.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009          FY 2010            FY 2010             FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr         Request            Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                           0               0        17,812,500       16,443,000         6,917,600           3,847,700
Federal                                           0               0            83,700           83,700            83,700              83,700
Total:                                            0               0        17,896,200       16,526,700         7,001,300           3,931,400
Percent Change:                                                                                   (7.7%)          (60.9%)             (78.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                   0               0                 0                0           356,500                   0
Operating Expenditures                            0               0        17,896,200       16,526,700         6,644,800           3,931,400
Total:                                            0               0        17,896,200       16,526,700         7,001,300           3,931,400

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General           Dedicated              Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00         24,408,900                      0            83,700             24,492,600
  1. Inmate Population Savings                        0.00         (4,000,000)                     0                 0             (4,000,000)
  Rescissions                                         0.00         (2,596,400)                     0                 0             (2,596,400)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                           0.00         17,812,500                      0            83,700             17,896,200
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00         (2,966,000)                     0                 0             (2,966,000)
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00         14,846,500                      0            83,700             14,930,200
  Nondiscretionary Adjustments                        0.00            250,000                      0                 0                250,000
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                             0.00         15,096,500                      0            83,700             15,180,200
  1. Out-of-State Bed Reduction                       0.00         (7,029,500)                     0                 0             (7,029,500)
  3. Temporary Inmate Housing                         0.00           (557,400)                     0                 0               (557,400)
  4. Reduction for Medical & New Beds                 0.00         (1,828,200)                     0                 0             (1,828,200)
  5. CAPP: Resource Shift                             0.00         (1,833,700)                     0                 0             (1,833,700)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00          3,847,700                      0            83,700              3,931,400
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%             (84.2%)                  0.0%              0.0%                 (83.9%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  0.0%             (78.4%)                  0.0%              0.0%                 (78.0%)

SUPPLEMENTALS: H86 reduced the General Fund appropriation for county and out-of-state placements by $4.0 million, because of a
declining inmate population.

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
Line items included a reduction of $7,029,500 in county and out-of-state placements with a 628-bed expansion at the private prison
scheduled to open in August 2009; $557,400 was shifted from this program to the Idaho State Correctional Institution to provide staffing
for 200 new temporary beds; $1,828,200 was shifted to other institutions for added bed space and to the Medical Services program to
cover medical costs associated with these new bed expansions. Of this amount, $142,500 was shifted to the Idaho Maximum Security
Institution to cover a 60-bed expansion at that facility, $89,100 was shifted to the South Boise Women's Correctional Center to cover a 40-
bed expansion, $13,400 was shifted to the South Idaho Correctional Institution's Community Work Center to cover six additional beds, and
$1,583,200 was shifted to Medical Services to offset an increase in offenders receiving medical coverage as a result of these added beds.
Finally, $1,833,700 was shifted from this program to the Correctional Alternative Placement Program to partially offset bond payments and
operational costs set to open in May, 2010.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost      Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                       0.00              0        3,847,700             0              0                0       3,847,700
   F 0348-00 Federal Grant                 0.00              0           83,700             0              0                0          83,700
                              Totals:      0.00              0        3,931,400             0              0                0       3,931,400




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                              3 - 18                                                        Analyst: Burns
                               Correctional Alternative Placement
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAQ
Bill Number & Chapter: S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The Correctional Alternative Placement Program will be a privately built, owned and operated treatment facility
that will provide intensive residential substance abuse and cognitive programming for offenders. This program will also provide
sanction/intervention capabilities to probation and parole officers to help them effectively manage their offenders.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                    FY 2008           FY 2008              FY 2009             FY 2010            FY 2010            FY 2010
                                   Total Appr           Actual            Total Appr            Request            Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                          0                0                39,900        2,624,400            39,900          2,512,600
Percent Change:                                                                                   6,477.4%              0.0%           6,197.2%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                                  0                0                     0           78,800                 0                  0
Operating Expenditures                           0                0                39,900        1,898,000            39,900          1,865,000
Capital Outlay                                   0                0                     0          647,600                 0            647,600
Total:                                           0                0                39,900        2,624,400            39,900          2,512,600
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   0.00                0.00                 0.00               4.00            0.00               0.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General              Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       0.00                 39,900                     0                   0                39,900
FY 2010 Base                                         0.00                 39,900                     0                   0                39,900
  1. CAPP: Bond Payment & Operation                  0.00              2,472,700                     0                   0             2,472,700
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          0.00              2,512,600                     0                   0             2,512,600
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              0.0%               6,197.2%                  0.0%                0.0%              6,197.2%


APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Appropriated $2,472,700 to cover bond payments and operational costs of this new facility that is
scheduled to open in May, 2010. Of this amount, $1,889,500 is to cover bond payments; $449,200 is to cover annual service costs such
as insurance and maintenance; and $134,000 is budgeted for housing around 100 inmates during the month of May. To accommodate
this budget, $1,833,700 is shifted from the County & Out-of-State program to this program. Additionally, $764,100 is shifted from the
General Fund to the Parolee Supervision Fund in Community Corrections, freeing up that much General Fund that is being used in
support of CAPP.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                  FTP      Pers. Cost       Oper Exp            Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G 0001-00 General                      0.00              0          1,865,000        647,600                0               0       2,512,600




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                                         Community Corrections

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009           FY 2010         FY 2010         FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr          Request         Gov Rec         Approp
BY PROGRAM
Community Supervision                   20,311,200     19,650,200        20,887,000       23,152,700       21,255,800     19,941,900
Community Work Centers                   4,437,400      4,242,600         5,748,400        6,005,400        5,793,800      5,352,800
Total:                                  24,748,600     23,892,800        26,635,400       29,158,100       27,049,600     25,294,700
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 17,492,900     17,111,000        18,096,300       20,330,800       18,204,300     16,579,500
Dedicated                                6,748,100      6,513,000         8,520,800        8,807,800        8,826,700      8,697,200
Federal                                    507,600        268,800            18,300           19,500           18,600         18,000
Total:                                  24,748,600     23,892,800        26,635,400       29,158,100       27,049,600     25,294,700
Percent Change:                                              (3.5%)             11.5%              9.5%          1.6%          (5.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         19,047,700     18,606,800        20,781,500       22,673,700       21,459,600     20,431,200
Operating Expenditures                   4,964,300      4,355,700         4,998,300        5,530,300        4,795,100      4,792,900
Capital Outlay                             736,600        930,300           855,600          954,100          794,900         70,600
Total:                                  24,748,600     23,892,800        26,635,400       29,158,100       27,049,600     25,294,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  352.08           352.08          375.08           382.08           378.08          378.08



                                                  FTP               Gen                    Ded                Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  375.08        18,874,000              8,184,400             18,500       27,076,900
Omnibus Supplemental                              0.00                 0                378,600                  0          378,600
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00          (145,100)               (42,200)              (200)        (187,500)
Rescissions                                       0.00          (632,600)                     0                  0         (632,600)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     375.08        18,096,300              8,520,800             18,300       26,635,400
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                1.00            46,600                      0            258,700          305,300
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  376.08        18,142,900              8,520,800            277,000       26,940,700
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00                 0               (881,600)          (258,700)      (1,140,300)
Base Adjustments                                  0.00           130,400                      0                  0          130,400
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00          (193,000)                     0                  0         (193,000)
FY 2010 Base                                    376.08        18,080,300              7,639,200             18,300       25,737,800
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            76,700                 18,400                200           95,300
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 0                      0                  0                0
Replacement Items                                 0.00                 0                      0                  0                0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00           (34,400)                     0                  0          (34,400)
Annualizations                                    0.00                 0                227,600                  0          227,600
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00          (792,400)              (152,700)              (500)        (945,600)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     376.08        17,330,200              7,732,500             18,000       25,080,700
Line Items                                        2.00          (750,700)               964,700                  0          214,000
FY 2010 Total                                   378.08        16,579,500              8,697,200             18,000       25,294,700
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   0.8%            (12.2%)                  6.3%              (2.7%)           (6.6%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.8%              (8.4%)              2.1%              (1.6%)           (5.0%)




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                          3 - 20                                                    Analyst: Burns
I. Community Corrections: Community Supervision
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAJ, 230 CCAU
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Supervises all adult felony probationers and parolees to support community safety and to provide offenders
opportunities for successful change. The division prepares pre-sentence investigation reports for Idaho's seven judicial district courts.
Offenders are assigned a probation and parole officer who oversees implementation of a case plan based upon the offender's assessed
risk, the required level of supervision (minimum, medium, maximum), and special needs. Counselors provide group and individual
substance abuse treatment or other types of treatment. There are seven district offices with 16 satellite offices around the state.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008           FY 2008           FY 2009            FY 2010          FY 2010           FY 2010
                                     Total Appr           Actual         Total Appr           Request          Gov Rec           Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                               14,564,500        14,369,800          14,493,600        16,401,700      14,638,800        13,197,500
Dedicated                              5,239,100         5,011,600           6,375,100         6,731,500       6,598,400         6,726,400
Federal                                  507,600           268,800              18,300            19,500          18,600            18,000
Total:                                20,311,200        19,650,200          20,887,000        23,152,700      21,255,800        19,941,900
Percent Change:                                                (3.3%)              6.3%           10.8%              1.8%             (4.5%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                       16,061,700        15,766,300          16,895,700        18,620,000      17,540,700        16,708,900
Operating Expenditures                 3,677,800         3,141,700           3,420,300         3,888,900       3,208,500         3,207,400
Capital Outlay                           571,700           742,200             571,000           643,800         506,600            25,600
Total:                                20,311,200        19,650,200          20,887,000        23,152,700      21,255,800        19,941,900
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  295.08             295.08             301.08          309.08           305.08            305.08

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP               General            Dedicated           Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      301.08         15,018,000              6,214,500             18,500          21,251,000
  Rescissions                                        (4.00)          (413,500)                     0                  0            (413,500)
  General Fund Offset                                 4.00                  0                200,000                  0             200,000
  Health Insurance Reduction                          0.00           (110,900)               (39,400)              (200)           (150,500)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         301.08         14,493,600              6,375,100             18,300          20,887,000
  Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                   2.00            104,000                      0            258,700             362,700
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                      303.08         14,597,600              6,375,100            277,000          21,249,700
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                    0.00                  0               (597,000)          (258,700)           (855,700)
  Base Adjustments                                    0.00            151,700                      0                  0             151,700
  Additional Base Adjustment                          0.00           (193,000)                     0                  0            (193,000)
FY 2010 Base                                        303.08         14,556,300              5,778,100             18,300          20,352,700
  Benefit Costs                                       0.00             59,000                 18,400                200              77,600
  Statewide Cost Allocation                           0.00            (28,500)                     0                  0             (28,500)
  Annualizations                                      0.00                  0                149,000                  0             149,000
  Personnel Cost Reduction                            0.00           (625,200)              (138,800)              (500)           (764,500)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                           303.08         13,961,600              5,806,700             18,000          19,786,300
  1. Probation & Parole Caseload Growth               2.00                  0                155,600                  0             155,600
  7. CAPP: Resource Shift                             0.00           (764,100)               764,100                  0                   0
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         305.08         13,197,500              6,726,400             18,000          19,941,900
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               1.3%             (12.1%)                  8.2%              (2.7%)              (6.2%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                  1.3%              (8.9%)                  5.5%              (1.6%)              (4.5%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items included $155,600 to support the
addition of two probation and parole officers to maintain caseload size at manageable levels; and shifted $764,100 and 14 positions from
the General Fund to the Parolee Supervision Fund. The General Fund savings was then used in support of the Correctional Alternative
Placement Program (CAPP).
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP     Pers. Cost    Oper Exp     Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum          Total
   G   0001-00   General                 205.75    11,174,100    2,023,400          0        0         0      13,197,500
   D   0284-00   Parolee Supervision      92.83     5,090,600    1,154,800          0        0         0       6,245,400
OT D   0284-00   Parolee Supervision       0.00        86,400        2,000     25,600        0         0         114,000
   D   0340-01   Court Supervision         6.00       333,600       27,200          0        0         0         360,800
OT D   0340-01   Court Supervision         0.00         6,200            0          0        0         0           6,200
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.50        17,600            0          0        0         0          17,600
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.00           400            0          0        0         0             400
                               Totals:   305.08    16,708,900    3,207,400     25,600        0         0      19,941,900




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II. Community Corrections: Community Work Centers
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAN
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The department supervises felony offenders in four community work centers (CWCs) located in Nampa,
Boise, Twin Falls and Idaho Falls. These facilities house court-retained jurisdictional offenders together with offenders preparing to parole
from state prisons. These are residential facilities that allow offenders to work while becoming reunited with families and the community,
and that provides protection to the community through high accountability and security of the offender in the CWC program. The safe
operating capacity at these four community work centers is 350.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                       FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009             FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr            Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  2,928,400        2,741,200          3,602,700          3,929,100         3,565,500          3,382,000
Dedicated                                1,509,000        1,501,400          2,145,700          2,076,300         2,228,300          1,970,800
Total:                                   4,437,400        4,242,600          5,748,400          6,005,400         5,793,800          5,352,800
Percent Change:                                                (4.4%)              35.5%               4.5%            0.8%              (6.9%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          2,986,000        2,840,500          3,885,800          4,053,700         3,918,900          3,722,300
Operating Expenditures                   1,286,500        1,214,000          1,578,000          1,641,400         1,586,600          1,585,500
Capital Outlay                             164,900          188,100            284,600            310,300           288,300             45,000
Total:                                   4,437,400        4,242,600          5,748,400          6,005,400         5,793,800          5,352,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    57.00             57.00               74.00            73.00             73.00              73.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP              General             Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       74.00          3,856,000              1,969,900                   0           5,825,900
   Rescissions                                       (4.50)          (219,100)                      0                  0            (219,100)
   General Fund Offset                                4.50                     0             178,600                   0             178,600
   Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00             (34,200)               (2,800)                  0             (37,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          74.00          3,602,700              2,145,700                   0           5,748,400
   Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                 (1.00)            (57,400)                     0                  0             (57,400)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       73.00          3,545,300              2,145,700                   0           5,691,000
   Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00                     0            (284,600)                  0            (284,600)
   Base Adjustments                                   0.00             (21,300)                     0                  0             (21,300)
FY 2010 Base                                         73.00          3,524,000              1,861,100                   0           5,385,100
   Benefit Costs                                      0.00              17,700                      0                  0              17,700
   Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00               (5,900)                    0                  0              (5,900)
   Annualizations                                     0.00                     0              78,600                   0              78,600
   Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00           (167,200)               (13,900)                  0            (181,100)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            73.00          3,368,600              1,925,800                   0           5,294,400
   4. Storage Building                                0.00                     0              45,000                   0              45,000
   5. Six New Beds                                    0.00              13,400                      0                  0              13,400
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          73.00          3,382,000              1,970,800                   0           5,352,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              (1.4%)             (12.3%)                  0.0%               0.0%               (8.1%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 (1.4%)               (6.1%)                (8.2%)              0.0%               (6.9%)
 RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
 dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
 insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
 Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
 Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items included $45,000 to construct a
storage building and $13,400 was provided for six beds added to the facility, which was offset by a reduction in the county & out-of-state
program.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0001-00   General                  63.00      3,194,700           187,300                0             0               0       3,382,000
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor             10.00        518,400         1,368,500                0             0               0       1,886,900
OT D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              0.00          9,200                 0           45,000             0               0          54,200
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00              0            29,700                0             0               0          29,700
                               Totals:    73.00      3,722,300         1,585,500           45,000             0               0       5,352,800

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                                              Education & Treatment
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAB
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Education & Treatment is responsible for the department’s inmate education, substance abuse, mental health,
and sex offender treatment programs, and reentry services.
DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008          FY 2009             FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual        Total Appr            Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                  1,593,400        1,808,400         2,167,800          2,296,700         2,147,000          2,119,100
Dedicated                                  258,500          272,600           149,900            334,500           331,200            328,300
Federal                                  1,482,500        1,248,000         1,305,500          1,322,900         1,307,600          1,296,400
Total:                                   3,334,400        3,329,000         3,623,200          3,954,100         3,785,800          3,743,800
Percent Change:                                               (0.2%)               8.8%               9.1%            4.5%               3.3%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                          1,098,300        1,110,600         1,631,000          1,712,000         1,620,700          1,573,200
Operating Expenditures                   2,224,600        2,085,000         1,990,200          2,152,600         2,075,600          2,081,100
Capital Outlay                              11,500          133,400             2,000             89,500            89,500             89,500
Total:                                   3,334,400        3,329,000         3,623,200          3,954,100         3,785,800          3,743,800
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   17.87             18.87               25.27            22.97             22.97              24.97

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP              General             Dedicated              Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                       25.27          2,281,800                150,400          1,309,100            3,741,300
   Rescissions                                        0.00           (105,500)                      0                  0            (105,500)
   Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00               (8,500)                 (500)            (3,600)            (12,600)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                          25.27          2,167,800                149,900          1,305,500            3,623,200
   Noncognizable Funds and Transfers                 (2.30)          (112,200)                      0                  0            (112,200)
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                       22.97          2,055,600                149,900          1,305,500            3,511,000
   Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00               (2,000)                    0                  0              (2,000)
   Base Adjustments                                   0.00              89,500                      0                  0              89,500
FY 2010 Base                                         22.97          2,143,100                149,900          1,305,500            3,598,500
   Benefit Costs                                      0.00                3,000                   300              1,100               4,400
   Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00               (2,300)                    0                  0              (2,300)
   Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00             (59,000)               (2,700)            (10,200)            (71,900)
FY 2010 Maintenance (MCO)                            22.97          2,084,800                147,500          1,296,400            3,528,700
   1. Vocational Programming                          0.00                     0             180,800                   0             180,800
   2. CAPP: Drug Rehab Aftercare                      2.00              34,300                      0                  0              34,300
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                          24.97          2,119,100                328,300          1,296,400            3,743,800
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.              (1.2%)               (7.1%)              118.3%               (1.0%)               0.1%
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 (1.2%)               (2.2%)              119.0%               (0.7%)               3.3%
 RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
 dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
 insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
 Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
 Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho. Line items included $180,800 for vocational
programming that will be contracted through colleges or trade schools, and will have college, trade school, or industry certification. In
addition, $34,300 was included for two drug and alcohol rehabilitation specialists to provide offender aftercare programming and services.
These positions will help maximize the benefits of the CAPP program and bridge the process to community-based programming once the
offenders are returned to the community. Funding for this activity is offset by shifting 14 positions and $764,100 from the General Fund to
the Parolee Supervision Fund in Community Services to free-up General Fund resources for CAPP.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost      Oper Exp          Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                         Total
   G   0001-00   General                  17.60      1,153,700          965,400                0             0               0       2,119,100
   D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              0.00              0           84,100                0             0               0          84,100
OT D   0282-00   Inmate Labor              0.00              0            7,200           89,500             0               0          96,700
   D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         1.00         86,200           59,500                0             0               0         145,700
OT D   0349-00   Miscellaneous Rev         0.00          1,800                0                0             0               0           1,800
   F   0348-00   Federal Grant             6.37        324,700          964,900                0             0               0       1,289,600
OT F   0348-00   Federal Grant             0.00          6,800                0                0             0               0           6,800
                               Totals:    24.97      1,573,200        2,081,100           89,500             0               0       3,743,800
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                                                    Medical Services
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAO
Bill Number & Chapter: S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION. The Medical Services Contract Program includes costs paid to the medical service provider for Idaho
offenders in prisons and work centers. Catastrophic coverage is provided for offenders in county jails and private contract providers in-state
and out-of-state.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                      FY 2008            FY 2008            FY 2009          FY 2010            FY 2010             FY 2010
                                     Total Appr            Actual          Total Appr         Request            Gov Rec             Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                20,372,100        20,521,500          21,242,300       22,420,500         22,543,400         22,865,200
Dedicated                                  81,000            81,000              81,000           81,000             81,000             81,000
Total:                                 20,453,100        20,602,500          21,323,300       22,501,500         22,624,400         22,946,200
Percent Change:                                                   0.7%             3.5%               5.5%             6.1%               7.6%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Operating Expenditures                 20,452,900        20,602,200          21,323,300       22,501,500         22,624,400         22,946,200
Capital Outlay                                200               300                   0                0                  0                  0
Total:                                 20,453,100        20,602,500          21,323,300       22,501,500         22,624,400         22,946,200

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP                General          Dedicated              Federal                  Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        0.00           21,242,300               81,000                    0            21,323,300
FY 2010 Base                                          0.00           21,242,300               81,000                    0            21,323,300
  1. CAPP: Add Coverage                               0.00               39,700                    0                    0                39,700
  2. New/Temporary Bed Adjustment                     0.00            1,583,200                    0                    0             1,583,200
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                           0.00           22,865,200               81,000                    0            22,946,200
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.               0.0%                 7.6%                 0.0%                 0.0%                  7.6%

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: Provided $39,700 to add medical coverage for the Correctional Alternative Placement Program
(CAPP); and $1,583,200 to cover inmate medical costs for new beds being added throughout the prison system and to cover a rate
increase that is going from $12.25 to $12.45 per inmate day.
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FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                     FTP    Pers. Cost        Oper Exp        Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                          Total
   G 0001-00 General                       0.00               0     22,865,200                0              0                0      22,865,200
   D 0349-00 Miscellaneous Rev             0.00               0         81,000                0              0                0          81,000
                           Totals:         0.00               0     22,946,200                0              0                0      22,946,200




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                                 Commission for Pardons & Parole
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 230 CCAK
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), S1227 (Ch.275), S1236 (Ch.338)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: The goal of the five member Commission in granting parole, pardons, and commutations, is to protect the
public while providing offenders the opportunity to become responsible members of society.
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DIVISION SUMMARY:                     FY 2008            FY 2008           FY 2009           FY 2010           FY 2010            FY 2010
                                    Total Appr            Actual         Total Appr          Request           Gov Rec            Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                2,453,900         2,090,000         2,306,100          3,006,100        2,314,400          2,214,000
Dedicated                                 20,700            28,100            20,700             20,700           20,700             20,700
Total:                                 2,474,600         2,118,100         2,326,800          3,026,800        2,335,100          2,234,700
Percent Change:                                              (14.4%)              9.9%           30.1%              0.4%              (4.0%)
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                        2,005,900         1,664,500         1,867,100          2,180,600        1,882,100          1,781,700
Operating Expenditures                   446,400           401,400           457,100            830,400          453,000            453,000
Capital Outlay                            22,300            52,200             2,600             15,800                0                  0
Total:                                 2,474,600         2,118,100         2,326,800          3,026,800        2,335,100          2,234,700
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                   31.00            31.00               31.00           34.00             31.00              31.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                               FTP             General             Dedicated             Federal                 Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                      32.00            2,418,700               20,700                  0             2,439,400
  Rescissions                                       (1.00)             (96,600)                   0                  0               (96,600)
  Health Insurance Reduction                         0.00              (16,000)                   0                  0               (16,000)
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                         31.00            2,306,100               20,700                  0             2,326,800
  Removal of One-Time Expenditures                   0.00               (3,600)                   0                  0                (3,600)
FY 2010 Base                                        31.00            2,302,500               20,700                  0             2,323,200
  Benefit Costs                                      0.00                8,000                    0                  0                 8,000
  Statewide Cost Allocation                          0.00               (3,100)                   0                  0                (3,100)
  Personnel Cost Reduction                           0.00              (93,400)                   0                  0               (93,400)
FY 2010 Total Appropriation                         31.00            2,214,000               20,700                  0             2,234,700
 % Change From FY 2009 Original Approp.             (3.1%)               (8.5%)                0.0%               0.0%                 (8.4%)
 % Change From FY 2009 Total Approp.                 0.0%                (4.0%)                0.0%               0.0%                 (4.0%)

RESCISSIONS: H250, the Idaho Budget Reduction Act of 2009, reduced agency General Fund appropriations by 6%; transferred various
dedicated funds to the General Fund; reduced General Fund, dedicated and federal appropriations for personnel costs for health
insurance by using more reserves for this year and next; adjusted H&W appropriations for the stimulus relief that changes in the Federal
Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) provided to the General Fund; and appropriated moneys from the Public Education Stabilization
Fund in place of General Funds to Public Schools to avoid reductions in their overall funding for FY 2009.

APPROPRIATION HIGHLIGHTS: All General Fund agencies included variable base reductions over the FY 2009 original appropriation.
An additional $240 per FTP was provided to adjust employer health insurance to $8,440 for FY 2010; and funding for life and disability
insurance was reduced by 0.02% to reflect actual costs. No funding was provided for general inflation or replacement items. All state
agency personnel costs were reduced permanently by 5%; with dedicated and federal cuts restored by 2% on a one-time basis. An
appropriation was provided that equates to 2% of General Fund personnel costs to the Governor’s Office, to be spent at his discretion, to
maintain health, public safety, and deliver essential state services to the citizens of Idaho.
.
FY 2010 APPROPRIATION:                    FTP    Pers. Cost       Oper Exp         Cap Out T/B Pymnts Lump Sum                        Total
   G 0001-00 General                     31.00      1,781,700          432,300               0             0               0       2,214,000
   D 0349-00 Miscellaneous Rev            0.00              0           20,700               0             0               0          20,700
                           Totals:       31.00      1,781,700          453,000               0             0               0       2,234,700




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                                                 Judicial Branch

DIVISION SUMMARY:                        FY 2008        FY 2008          FY 2009         FY 2010          FY 2010          FY 2010
                                       Total Appr        Actual        Total Appr        Request          Gov Rec          Approp
BY PROGRAM
Supreme Court                            6,017,400      5,161,700        5,497,700       6,724,600         6,528,400       6,536,200
Law Library                                522,800        528,300          459,000         455,100           445,100         423,300
District Courts                         16,314,800     15,650,600       17,197,600      17,058,100        16,617,600      16,225,000
Magistrates Division                    14,534,400     14,698,200       14,824,500      15,978,500        15,191,000      15,569,400
Judicial Council                           113,400        113,400          106,700         128,500           128,500         113,300
Court of Appeals                         1,244,200      1,286,500        1,600,500       1,765,500         1,705,900       1,657,400
Guardian Ad Litem Account                  663,100        662,700          640,200         664,100           664,100         661,800
Snake River Basin Adjudication             942,400        854,300          894,700         966,800           935,400         896,100
Total:                                  40,352,500     38,955,700       41,220,900      43,741,200        42,216,000      42,082,500
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                 30,184,300     30,183,800       29,828,800      33,138,000        31,698,200      30,183,200
Dedicated                                8,632,100      8,029,700        9,852,000       9,051,400         8,976,100      10,364,500
Federal                                  1,536,100        742,200        1,540,100       1,551,800         1,541,700       1,534,800
Total:                                  40,352,500     38,955,700       41,220,900      43,741,200        42,216,000      42,082,500
Percent Change:                                              (3.5%)             5.8%             6.1%           2.4%            2.1%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                         27,334,100     27,075,500                0      30,753,400        29,435,800               0
Operating Expenditures                  10,806,400     10,235,400           (1,000)     10,937,700        10,773,300               0
Capital Outlay                           1,372,300        807,600                0       1,156,200         1,156,200               0
Trustee/Benefit                            839,700        837,200                0         893,900           850,700               0
Lump Sum                                         0              0       41,221,900               0                 0      42,082,500
Total:                                  40,352,500     38,955,700       41,220,900      43,741,200        42,216,000      42,082,500
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                  261.00           261.00            269.00       271.00            271.00           271.00



                                                  FTP               Gen                  Ded                 Fed             Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                  269.00        31,862,500            9,854,000           1,542,600       43,259,100
Health Insurance Reduction                        0.00          (130,000)              (2,000)             (2,500)        (134,500)
Rescissions                                       0.00        (1,903,700)                   0                   0       (1,903,700)
Other Appropriation Adjustments                   0.00                 0                    0                   0                0
FY 2009 Total Appropriation                     269.00        29,828,800            9,852,000           1,540,100       41,220,900
Non-Cognizable Funds and Transfers                0.00                 0                    0                   0                0
FY 2009 Estimated Expenditures                  269.00        29,828,800            9,852,000           1,540,100       41,220,900
Removal of One-Time Expenditures                  0.00          (170,700)          (1,050,000)                  0       (1,220,700)
Base Adjustments                                  2.00                 0                    0                   0                0
Additional Base Adjustment                        0.00           952,900              950,800                   0        1,903,700
FY 2010 Base                                    271.00        30,611,000            9,752,800           1,540,100       41,903,900
Benefit Costs                                     0.00            33,800                2,000                 800           36,600
Inflationary Adjustments                          0.00                 0                    0                   0                0
Statewide Cost Allocation                         0.00            23,600                    0                   0           23,600
Personnel Cost Reduction                          0.00          (485,200)             174,700              (6,100)        (316,600)
FY 2010 Program Maintenance                     271.00        30,183,200            9,929,500           1,534,800       41,647,500
Line Items                                        0.00                 0              435,000                   0          435,000
Lump Sum or Other Adjustments                     0.00                 0                    0                   0                0
FY 2010 Total                                   271.00        30,183,200           10,364,500           1,534,800       42,082,500
% Chg from FY 2009 Orig Approp.                   0.7%             (5.3%)                5.2%               (0.5%)           (2.7%)
% Chg from FY 2009 Total Approp.                     0.7%              1.2%              5.2%               (0.3%)             2.1%




2009 Idaho Legislative Fiscal Report                          3 - 27                                                   Analyst: Castro
I. Judicial Branch: Supreme Court
STARS Number & Budget Unit: 110 JBAA, 110 JBAH(Cont)
Bill Number & Chapter: H250 (Ch.170), H296 (Ch.232), S1227 (Ch.275)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: Maintain a high standard of justice in Idaho through the operation of the Supreme Court and the
Administrative Office of the Court.
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PROGRAM SUMMARY:                        FY 2008          FY 2008           FY 2009             FY 2010          FY 2010          FY 2010
                                      Total Appr          Actual         Total Appr            Request          Gov Rec          Approp
BY FUND SOURCE
General                                   4,279,800      4,380,300          3,456,100           4,971,300        4,785,200       4,605,800
Dedicated                                   311,500        139,200            611,500             311,500          311,500         505,600
Federal                                   1,426,100        642,200          1,430,100           1,441,800        1,431,700       1,424,800
Total:                                    6,017,400      5,161,700          5,497,700           6,724,600        6,528,400       6,536,200
Percent Change:                                               (14.2%)               6.5%           22.3%             18.7%           18.9%
BY EXPENDITURE CLASSIFICATION
Personnel Costs                           3,738,600      3,696,200                  0           4,392,500        4,217,900               0
Operating Expenditures                    2,005,600      1,170,500                  0           2,123,900        2,123,900               0
Capital Outlay                              109,100        110,900                  0                   0                0               0
Trustee/Benefit                             164,100        184,100                  0             208,200          186,600               0
Lump Sum                                          0              0          5,497,700                   0                0       6,536,200
Total:                                    6,017,400      5,161,700          5,497,700           6,724,600        6,528,400       6,536,200
Full-Time Positions (FTP)                    46.00            46.00                49.00           53.00             53.00           53.00

DECISION UNIT SUMMARY:                                FTP             General              Dedicated            Federal               Total
FY 2009 Original Appropriation                        49.00           4,417,400               611,500           1,432,600         6,461,500
  Rescissions                                          0.00            (939,300)                    0                   0          (939,300)
  Health Insurance Reduction