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1 To: Fiscal Officer - Legislative Management OLM Personal Services 3,464, Other Expenses 743, Interim Salary/Caucus Offices 48, Old State House 49,832 AGENCY TOTAL 4,306,255

2 To: Fiscal Officer - Auditors of Public Accounts APA Personal Services 877, Other Expenses 44,700 AGENCY TOTAL 922,632

3 To: Fiscal Officer - Commission on Aging COA Personal Services 19, Other Expenses 393 AGENCY TOTAL 19,606

4 To: Fiscal Officer - Permanent Commission on the Status of Women CSW Personal Services 34, Other Expenses 3,210 AGENCY TOTAL 37,363

5 To: Fiscal Officer - Commission on Children CCY Personal Services 38, Other Expenses 1,750 AGENCY TOTAL 40,099

6 To: Fiscal Officer - Latino & Puerto Rican Affairs Comm LPR Personal Services 21, Other Expenses 1,950 AGENCY TOTAL 23,686

7 To: Fiscal Officer - African-American Affairs Commission CAA Personal Services 14, Other Expenses 1,373 AGENCY TOTAL 15,676

8 To: Fiscal Officer - Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission APC Personal Services 11, Other Expenses 250 AGENCY TOTAL 11,485

9 To: Fiscal Officer - Governor's Office GOV Personal Services 175, Other Expenses 14, New England Governors' Conference 8, National Governors' Association 105,912 AGENCY TOTAL 304,915

10 To: Fiscal Officer - Secretary of the State SOS Personal Services 104, Other Expenses 51, Commercial Recording Division 526, Board of Accountancy 31,150 AGENCY TOTAL 713,281

11 To: Fiscal Officer - Lieutenant Governor's Office LGO Personal Services 63, Other Expenses 3,460 AGENCY TOTAL 67,123

12 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability ELE Citizens' Election Fund Admin 133, Elections Enforcement Commission 101,415 AGENCY TOTAL 234,963

13 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability ETH Office of State Ethics 103,800 AGENCY TOTAL 103,800

14 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability FOI Personal Services 62, Other Expenses 25, Freedom of Information Commission 132,792 AGENCY TOTAL 220,770

15 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability JSC Judicial Selection Commission 6,912 AGENCY TOTAL 6,912

16 To: Fiscal Officer - State Treasurer OTT Personal Services 285, Other Expenses 13, Debt Service 18,000, Pension Obligation Bonds - TRB 41,000,000 AGENCY TOTAL 59,299,363

17 To: Fiscal Officer - State Comptroller OSC Personal Services 1,806, Other Expenses 445, Unemployment Compensation 1,040, Employee Retirement Contribution 60,178, Higher Ed Alternative Retirement Sys 4,217, Pension & Ret Other Statutory 151, Judges & Comp Commissioner Ret 1,257, Group Life Insurance 715, Employers Social Security Tax 27,210, State Employees Health Serv Cost 50,200, Retired Employee Health Serv Cost 47,095,489 AGENCY TOTAL 194,320,298

18 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Revenue Services DRS Personal Services 4,772, Other Expenses 663, Collection and Litigation Contingency 8,706 AGENCY TOTAL 5,444,250

19 To: Fiscal Officer OPM Personal Services 999, Automated Budget Sys & Database Lnk 1, Justice Assistance Grants 60, Loss of Taxes on State Property 73,519, Loss Taxes Private Tax-Exempt Property 115,431, Prop Tax Relief Elder-Circuit Breaker 6, Prop Tax Relief Elderly Freeze Program 390, Capital City Economic Development 525,000 AGENCY TOTAL 190,932,909

20 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Veterans Affairs DVA Personal Services 1,859, Other Expenses 450, Support Services for Veterans 5, Burial Expenses Headstones 29,167 AGENCY TOTAL 2,344,759

21 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Administrative Services DAS Personal Services 3,207, Other Expenses 1,743, Management Services 421, Loss Control Risk Management 11, Employees' Review Board 2, Rents and Moving 1,130, Capitol Day Care Center 10, W. C. Administrator 437, Hospital Billing System 9, Connecticut Education Network 274, Claims Commissioner Operations 76, Insurance & Risk Operations 1,083, IT Services 1,129, Workers' Compensation Claims 2,810,556 AGENCY TOTAL 12,350,056

22 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Construction Services DPW Personal Services 523, Other Expenses 132,791 AGENCY TOTAL 656,789

23 To: Fiscal Officer - Attorney General OAG Personal Services 2,203, Other Expenses 85,000 AGENCY TOTAL 2,288,003

24 To: Fiscal Officer - Division of Criminal Justice DCJ Personal Services 3,610, Other Expenses 200, Witness Protection 18, Training and Education 5, Expert Witnesses 31, Medicaid Fraud Control 98,573 AGENCY TOTAL 3,964,900

25 To: Fiscal Officer - Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection DPS Personal Services 12,282, Other Expenses 2,000, Fleet Purchase 1,500, Workers' Compensation Claims 361, Police Association of Connecticut 8,028 AGENCY TOTAL 16,152,389

26 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability FPE Board of Firearms Permit Examiners 6,206 AGENCY TOTAL 6,206

27 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Motor Vehicles DMV Personal Services 21, Other Expenses 10,820 AGENCY TOTAL 31,931

28 To: Fiscal Officer - Military Department MIL Personal Services 247, Other Expenses 314, Honor Guard 26, Veterans' Service Bonuses 15,208 AGENCY TOTAL 603,906

29 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Consumer Protection DCP Personal Services 1,073, Other Expenses 84, Gaming Policy Board 280 AGENCY TOTAL 1,158,250

30 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Labor DOL Personal Services 673, Other Expenses 84, CETC Workforce 70, Workforce Investment Act 2,282, Jobs Funnel Projects 35, Jobs First Employment Services 1,478, Opportunity Industrial Centers 41, STRIDE 64, Apprenticeship Program 46, Spanish American Merchant Association 50, Incumbent Worker Training 37, STRIVE 22,500 AGENCY TOTAL 4,887,309

31 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability OVA Office of Victim Advocate 24,933 AGENCY TOTAL 24,933

32 To: Fiscal Officer - Comm-Human Rights & Opportunities HRO Personal Services 455, Other Expenses 20,195 AGENCY TOTAL 475,511

33 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Protection and Advocacy OPA Personal Services 182, Other Expenses 10,802 AGENCY TOTAL 193,418

34 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability OCA Child Fatality Review Panel 7, Office of the Child Advocate 44,002 AGENCY TOTAL 51,286

35 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Agriculture DAG Personal Services 288, Other Expenses 35, Senior Food Vouchers 67, Collection of Agricultural Statistics Tuberculosis and Brucellosis Indemnity Fair Testing - Exhibits and Demonstrations 1, Connecticut Grown Product Promotion 2,500 AGENCY TOTAL 395,734

36 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Energy and Environmental Protection DEP Personal Services 2,829, Other Expenses 1,100, Stream Gaging 30, Mosquito Control 35, State Superfund Site Maintenance 51, Laboratory Fees 14, Dam Maintenance 10, Emergency Spill Response Account 650, Solid Waste Management Account 250, Underground Storage Tank Account 115, Clean Air Account Fund 422, Environmental Conservation Fund 936, Environmental Quality Fees Fund 593, Agreement USGS-Hydrological Study 140, Agree USGS Quality Stream Monitoring 200, Lobster Restoration 50,000 AGENCY TOTAL 7,429,059

37 To: Fiscal Officer - Council on Environmental Quality CEQ Personal Services 12, Other Expenses 182 AGENCY TOTAL 12,611

38 To: Fiscal Officer - Dept of Economic and Community Development ECD Personal Services 704, Other Expenses 80, Elderly Rental Registry and Counselors 91, Statewide Marketing 1,250, Office of Military Affairs 11, Congregate Facilities Operation Costs 573, Housing Assistance & Counseling Pgm 36, Elderly Congregate Rent Subsidy 199,150 AGENCY TOTAL 2,947,398

39 To: Fiscal Officer - Agricultural Experiment Station AES Personal Services 335, Other Expenses 92, Mosquito Control 35, Wildlife Disease Prevention 6,702 AGENCY TOTAL 469,971

40 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Public Health DPH Personal Services 3,180, Other Expenses 359, Needle and Syringe Exchange Program 37, Children's Health Initiatives 895, AIDS Services 400, Breast & Cervical Cancer Detectn/Treatment 252, Children w/special Hlth Care Needs 105, Medicaid Administration 316, Community Health Services 761, Rape Crisis 139, X-Ray Screening and Tuberculosis Care 100, Genetic Diseases Programs 69, Immunization Services 753, Local & District Departments of Health 300, Venereal Disease Control 16, School Based Health Clinics 908,284 AGENCY TOTAL 8,597,387

41 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of the Chief Medical Examiner CME Personal Services 386, Other Expenses 76, Medicolegal Investigations 2,000 AGENCY TOTAL 464,935

42 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Developmental Services DDS Personal Services 21,252, Other Expenses 2,652, Human Resource Development 18, Family Support Grants 273, Cooperative Placements Program 1,827, Clinical Services 386, Early Intervention 3,024, Community Temporary Support Services 5, Community Respite Care Programs 27, Workers' Compensation Claims 1,295, Pilot Program for Autism Services 98, Voluntary Services 2,604, Supplemental Payments for Medical Services 1,091, Rent Subsidy Program 378, Family Reunion Program 11, Employment Opportunities & Day Svcs 15,547, Community Residential Services 34,966,464 AGENCY TOTAL 85,461,967

43 To: Fiscal Officer - Dept Mental Health & Addiction Svs MHA Personal Services 21,796, Other Expenses 2,650, Housing Supports and Services 1,202, Managed Service System 2,871, Legal Services 53, Connecticut Mental Health Center 711, Professional Services 985, General Assistance Managed Care 13,517, Workers' Compensation Claims 902, Nursing Home Screening 51, Young Adult Services 4,504, TBI Community Services 830, Jail Diversion 342, Behavioral Health Medications 514, Prison Overcrowding 477, Medicaid Adult Rehabilitation Option 330, Discharge and Diversion Services 860, Home and Community Based Services 567, Persistent Violent Felony Offenders Act 58, Grants for Substance Abuse Services 2,085, Grants for Mental Health Services 6,366, Employment Opportunities 868,146 AGENCY TOTAL 62,547,632

44 To: Fiscal Officer - Psychiatric Security Review Board PSR Personal Services 24, Other Expenses 1,573 AGENCY TOTAL 26,172

45 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Social Services DSS Personal Services 8,921, Other Expenses 4,465, Children's Trust Fund 1,022, Children's Health Council 18, HUSKY Outreach 27, Genetic Tests in Paternity Actions 15, State-Funded Suppl Nutrition Assistance 117, HUSKY Program 3,141, Charter Oak Health Plan 730, Medicaid 386,006, Old Age Assistance 3,166, Aid to the Blind 64, Aid to the Disabled 5,448, Temporary Assist to Families - TANF 10,045, Food Stamp Training Expenses 1, Conn Pharmaceutical Assist to Elderly 65, Healthy Start 124, Connecticut Home Care Program 5,217, Human Resource Dev-Hispanic Pgms 78, Services to the Elderly 325, Safety Net Services 157, Transportation for Employment Indep 262, Services for Persons with Disabilities 52, Child Care Services - TANF/CCDBG 8,133, Nutrition Assistance 37,305

46 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Social Services Housing/Homeless Services 4,609, Disproportionate Share-Med Emer Asst 22,373, State Administered General Assistance 1,312, Child Care Quality Enhancements 312, Connecticut Children's Medical Center 881, Community Services 153, Alzheimer Respite Care 191, Human Svcs Infrastructure CAP 284, Teen Pregnancy Prevention 159, Human Resource Dev-Hispanic Pgms Teen Pregnancy Prevention 11, Services to the Elderly 3, Housing/Homeless Services 52, Community Services 7,272 AGENCY TOTAL 468,004,865

47 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Education SDE Personal Services 847, Other Expenses 425, Basic Skills Exam Teachers in Training 50, Early Childhood Program 587, Admin - Magnet Schools 15, Develop of Mastery Exams Grades 4,6&8 130, Admin - Interdistrict Cooperative Program 26, Resource Equity Assessment 8, Longitudinal Data Systems 131, School Accountability 479, Sheff Settlement 750, Admin - After School Program 24, Regional Vocational-Technical School Sys 15,218, American School for the Deaf 900, Head Start Services 87, Charter Schools 14,328, Head Start - Early Childhood Link 348, Child Nutrition State Match 1,800, Education Equalization Grants 500, Priority School Districts 7,000,000 AGENCY TOTAL 43,656,972

48 To: Fiscal Officer - Bureau of Rehabilitative Services ESB Personal Services 328, Other Expenses 80, Educ Aid Blind/Visually Handicap Child 500, Enhanced Employment Opportunities 70, Vocational Rehabilitation - Disabled 1,265, Supplementary Relief and Services 17, Vocational Rehabilitation 151, Special Training for the Deaf Blind 50, Connecticut Radio Information Service 7, Employment Opportunities 87, Independent Living Centers 45,612 AGENCY TOTAL 2,603,898

49 To: Fiscal Officer - Bureau of Rehabilitative Services COD Personal Services 22, Other Expenses 8,435 AGENCY TOTAL 30,487

50 To: Fiscal Officer - State Library CSL Personal Services 425, Other Expenses 38, State-Wide Digital Library 135, Interlibrary Loan Delivery Service 20, Legal/Legislative Library Materials 83, State-Wide Data Base Program 65,615 AGENCY TOTAL 769,829

51 To: Fiscal Officer - Financial and Academic Affairs for Higher Ed DHE Personal Services 230, Other Expenses 15, Minority Advancement Program 1,202, Alternate Route to Certification 7, National Service Act 20, International Initiatives 17, Minority Teacher Incentive Program 235, Board of Regents for Higher Education 117, Capitol Scholarship Program 2,225, CT Independent College Student Grant 9,036, CT Aid for Public College Students 14,904, Connecticut Aid to Charter Oak 29,697 AGENCY TOTAL 28,041,371

52 To: Fiscal Officer - University of Connecticut UOC Operating Expenses 15,811, Tuition Freeze 316, Regional Campus Enhancement 558, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory 6,667 AGENCY TOTAL 16,692,865

53 To: Fiscal Officer - Univ of Connecticut Health Center UHC Operating Expenses 8,963, AHEC for Bridgeport 116,313 AGENCY TOTAL 9,079,994

54 To: Fiscal Officer - Board of Regents for Higher Education BAA Charter Oak State College 203,165 AGENCY TOTAL 203,165

55 To: Fiscal Officer - Teachers' Retirement Board TRB Personal Services 132, Other Expenses 33, Retirees Health Service Cost 2,079, Municipal Retiree Health Insurance Costs 614,393 AGENCY TOTAL 2,859,747

56 To: Fiscal Officer - Board of Regents for Higher Education CCC Regional Community - Technical Colleges 11,394,937 AGENCY TOTAL 11,394,937

57 To: Fiscal Officer - Board of Regents for Higher Education CSU Connecticut State University 11,656,582 AGENCY TOTAL 11,656,582

58 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Correction DOC Personal Services 32,629, Other Expenses 6,500, Workers' Compensation Claims 2,551, Inmate Medical Services 8,085, Board of Pardons and Paroles 232, Mental Health AIC 25, Aid to Paroled and Discharged Inmates Legal Services to Prisoners 72, Volunteer Services 14, Community Support Services 3,364,177 AGENCY TOTAL 53,476,560

59 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Children and Families DCF Personal Services 23,100, Other Expenses 3,744, Short Term Residential Treatment 130, Substance Abuse Screening 320, Workers' Compensation Claims 1,077, Local Systems of Care 379, Family Support Services 1,824, Emergency Needs 386, Health Assessment and Consultation 158, Gts Psychiatric Clinics for Children 2,588, Day Treatment Centers for Children 1,061, Juvenile Justice Outreach Services 2,376, Child Abuse and Neglect Intervention 986, Community Based Prevention Services 1,007, Family Violence Outreach and Counseling 405, Support for Recovering Families 2,736, No Nexus Special Education 1,587, Family Preservation Services 987, Substance Abuse Treatment 775, Child Welfare Support Services 578, Board and Care for Children - Adoption 16,123, Board and Care for Children - Foster 23,944, Board & Care - Residential 41,715, Individualized Family Supports 3,163, Community KidCare 4,746,711

60 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Children and Families Covenant to Care 30, Neighborhood Center 47,852 AGENCY TOTAL 135,984,708

61 To: Fiscal Officer - Judicial Department JUD Personal Services 26,000, Other Expenses 6,655, Equipment 25, Forensic Sex Evidence Exams 75, Alternative Incarceration Program 13,632, Justice Education Center, Inc. 24, Juvenile Alternative Incarceration 4,483, Juvenile Justice Centers 626, Probate Court 573, Youthful Offender Services 2,253, Victim Security Account 7, Children of Incarcerated Parents 29, Legal Aid 125, Juvenile Jurisdiction Policy/Operations 5,000 AGENCY TOTAL 54,514,997

62 To: Fiscal Officer - Public Defender Services Commission PDS Personal Services 2,990, Other Expenses 82, Special Public Defenders - Contractual 258, Special Public Defenders - NonContractual 465, Expert Witnesses 175, Training and Education 8, Contracted Attorneys 901, Contracted Attorneys Related Expenses 16, Family Contracted Attorneys/AMC 61,359 AGENCY TOTAL 4,959,238

63 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Governmental Accountability JRC Judicial Review Council 11,570 AGENCY TOTAL 11,570

64 To: Fiscal Officer - State Treasurer OTT Debt Service 34,000,000 AGENCY TOTAL 34,000,000

65 To: Fiscal Officer - State Comptroller OSC Unemployment Compensation 60, Employee Retirement Contribution 8,303, Group Life Insurance 27, Employers Social Security Tax 2,070, State Employees Health Serv Cost 3,510,757 AGENCY TOTAL 13,971,232

66 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Administrative Services DAS Insurance & Risk Operations 596, Workers' Compensation Claims 738,048 AGENCY TOTAL 1,334,511

67 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Motor Vehicles DMV Personal Services 3,159, Other Expenses 662, Commercial Veh Info Sys & Networks Project 19,985 AGENCY TOTAL 3,842,518

68 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Transportation DOT Personal Services 12,551, Minor Capital Projects 66, Highway & Bridge Renewal-Equipment 8,500, Highway Planning and Research 239, Rail Operations 12,083, Bus Operations 11,252, ADA Para-transit Program 2,264, Non-ADA Dial-A-Ride Program 48, Pay-As-You-Go Transportation Projects 8,000,000 AGENCY TOTAL 55,005,211

69 To: Fiscal Officer - Bureau of Rehabilitative Services ESB Personal Services 8, Other Expenses 722 AGENCY TOTAL 9,335

70 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Banking DOB Personal Services 811, Other Expenses 63, Fringe Benefits 543,481 AGENCY TOTAL 1,418,579

71 To: Fiscal Officer - Dept of Economic and Community Development ECD Fair Housing 14,053 AGENCY TOTAL 14,053

72 To: Fiscal Officer - Judicial Department JUD Foreclosure Mediation Program 375,000 AGENCY TOTAL 375,000

73 To: Fiscal Officer OPM Personal Services 16, Fringe Benefits 10,890 AGENCY TOTAL 27,178

74 To: Fiscal Officer - Insurance Department DOI Personal Services 995, Other Expenses 101, Fringe Benefits 968,366 AGENCY TOTAL 2,065,464

75 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of the Healthcare Advocate MCO Personal Services 55, Other Expenses 6, Fringe Benefits 54,884 AGENCY TOTAL 116,992

76 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Social Services DSS Other Expenses 23,750 AGENCY TOTAL 23,750

77 To: Fiscal Officer - Office of Consumer Counsel DCC Personal Services 100, Other Expenses 19, Fringe Benefits 67,376 AGENCY TOTAL 187,739

78 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Energy and Environmental Protection DEP Personal Services 544, Other Expenses 467, Fringe Benefits 364,636 AGENCY TOTAL 1,376,183

79 To: Fiscal Officer - Division of Criminal Justice DCJ Personal Services 30, Other Expenses 1, Fringe Benefits 31,036 AGENCY TOTAL 63,000

80 To: Fiscal Officer - Workers' Compensation Commission WCC Personal Services 683, Other Expenses 250, Fringe Benefits 457,944 AGENCY TOTAL 1,391,443

81 To: Fiscal Officer - Bureau of Rehabilitative Services ESB Personal Services 37, Other Expenses 1, Rehabilitative Services 105, Fringe Benefits 24,998 AGENCY TOTAL 168,638

82 To: Fiscal Officer - Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Fund SSM Personal Services 45, Other Expenses 2, Award Payments to Veterans 164, Fringe Benefits 30,517 AGENCY TOTAL 243,765

83 To: Fiscal Officer - Department of Agriculture DAG Personal Services 17, Other Expenses 13, Fringe Benefits 11,044 AGENCY TOTAL 41,975

84 To: Fiscal Officer - Judicial Department JUD Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund 57,302 AGENCY TOTAL 57,302

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