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Senate Bill No. 870
CHAPTER 712

An act making appropriations for the support of the government of the State of California and for several public purposes in accordance with the provisions of Section 12 of Article IV of the Constitution of the State of California, and declaring the urgency thereof, to take effect immediately.

[ Approved By Governor October 8, 2010. Filed with
Secretary of State October 8, 2010. ]
GOVERNOR'S LETTER

I object to the following appropriations contained in Senate Bill 870.

Item 0690-102-0890--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency. I revise this item by deleting Provision 2.

I am deleting Provision 2, which requires the California Emergency Management Agency to distribute federal Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant funding according to a specific methodology. These grant awards have already been allocated for fiscal year 2010-11, the grantees have incorporated these allocations into their respective expenditure plans, and any changes would create additional state costs.

Item 1100-001-0001--For support of California Science Center. I revise this item by deleting Provision 1.

I am deleting Provision 1, which would require the California Science Center to report to the Legislature on short- and long-term alternatives for restructuring the California Science Center’s financing and governance.

This reporting requirement would result in an expenditure increase without regard to the availability of revenues. Consequently, I am vetoing this language. Nevertheless, in recognition of the Legislature’s desire to obtain this information, it will be addressed as though the request had been included in Supplemental Report language. Therefore, I am instructing the Chief Executive Officer of the California Science Center to comply with this legislative request for this report to the extent compliance can be achieved using existing resources and without impairing the California Science Center’s ability to perform its essential functions.

Item 2660-001-0042--For support of Department of Transportation, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund. I reduce this item from $2,622,616,000 to $2,599,061,000 by reducing:

(2)  20.10-Highway Transportation--Capital Outlay Support from $1,753,604,000 to $1,733,297,000,

(9)  40-Transportation Planning from $105,684,000 to $98,246,000, and

(17)  Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 2660-001-0890) from -$596,673,000 to -$592,483,000.

Consistent with my May Revision proposal, I am eliminating the legislative augmentation of $20,307,000 ($16,117,000 State Highway Account, and $4,190,000 Federal Trust Fund) and 296.0 personnel years for engineering, design, environmental studies, and other work done by the capital outlay support program. In view of diminishing long-term workload it is prudent to limit program expansion to a level that is consistent with anticipated project funding levels in order to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with resources. While the Department continues to work on better techniques for estimating workload, and accurately assessing its staffing needs, I am concerned that estimated staffing needs have been higher historically than the actual workload that materialized. I am also concerned that increased productivity of state staff has not been adequately taken into account. In the May Revision I also proposed to use an increased share of contractual services, consistent with the provisions of Proposition 35 approved by the voters in 2000, but the Legislature instead funded 90 percent state staff and 10 percent contract staff. Because it will take a year or more to hire and train state staff as existing staff leave, I am very concerned that this action will delay projects and cost more than using contractual services. Moreover, because the funding from Proposition 1B is one-time and will be exhausted over the next three years, the hiring of new permanent state staff could result in the need for future layoffs. An appropriate balance between state staff and contract staff will enable the state to improve its highways, roads, bridges, and railroad crossings immediately. Therefore, I am instructing the Director of the Department of Transportation to take all steps necessary to deliver projects as quickly as possible, including an increased use of contractual services within the funding level the Legislature has provided. With these reductions, $1,733,297,000 still remains to support the Capital Outlay Support Program.

I am reducing this item by $7,438,000 and 63.7 personnel years because state funds should not be committed to the development of project initiation documents for locally-funded projects that are not on a state highway corridor or do not have funding identified to fund the project. I propose instead that local agencies fund these costs for their projects.

Item 2660-001-0890--For support of Department of Transportation. I reduce this item from $596,673,000 to $592,483,000.

I am reducing this item by $4,190,000 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 2660-001-0042.

Item 2660-011-0062--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Highway Users Tax Account, Transportation Tax Fund, to the General Fund. I revise this item by deleting Provision 2.

Provision 2 provides that the funds from the repayment of this loan shall be allocated by the formula set forth in paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) of Section 2103 of the Streets and Highways Code. Use of these funds for the State Highway Operation and Protection Program (SHOPP) for critical highway maintenance and safety projects is a higher priority given the extraordinary backlog and needs in this program.

Item 2660-104-6043--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund. I reduce this item from $146,126,000 to $38,500,000 by reducing:

(1)  30.10-Mass Transportation from $146,126,000 to $38,500,000.

While I am sustaining $38,500,000 to fund the implementation of positive train control safety projects in various local rail corridors, I am reducing this item by $107,626,000. These funds are available from Proposition 1A bond proceeds for the purpose of enhancing local transit lines as feeder routes to the high-speed rail system. The High-Speed Rail Authority, the Department of Transportation, and local jurisdictions should work together to develop a statewide strategy and an associated list of projects that will best accomplish the goal of moving passengers between destinations around the state in the quickest, most efficient and cost effective way, by utilizing these funds to advance the construction of facilities for joint use where possible and by providing better connectivity to the future high-speed rail system.

Item 2660-304-6043--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund. I reduce this item from $88,302,000 to $62,490,000 by reducing:

(1)  30-Mass Transportation from $88,302,000 to $62,490,000.

While I am sustaining $62,490,000 to fund the implementation of positive train control technology on various state intercity rail corridors, I am reducing this item by $25,812,000, to conform to the action I have taken in Item 2660-104-6043.

Item 2665-004-6043--For support of High-Speed Rail Authority, payable in accordance with and from the proceeds of the Safe, Reliable High-Speed Train Bond Act for the 21st Century, payable from the High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund. I delete Provision 2.

Provision 2 provides that $55,320,000 appropriated in this item and Items 2665-304-0890, 2665-304-6043, 2665-305-0890, and 2665-305-6043 is available only upon submittal of a report to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and a 60-day review period. The report is to include a legal analysis of any revenue guarantee, a summary of contract expenditures for community outreach, a financial plan with alternative funding scenarios, a copy of the strategic plan, a report on the performance of the Program Management Contractor, and a report on how the Authority has addressed other recommendations of the Bureau of State Audits not otherwise covered by this provision. While the Administration supports these reporting requirements, making the appropriation contingent upon receipt and approval of this report by the Legislature could result in project delays, jeopardize the Authority’s ability to meet already tight federal deadlines and result in increased state costs.

Item 2665-304-0890--For capital outlay, High-Speed Rail Authority. I revise this item by revising Provision 1.

I am revising Provision 1 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 2665-004-6043 as follows:

“1.  Provision 2 of Item 2665-004-6043 and  Provision 1  and 1.6  of Item 2665-304-6043 shall apply to this item.”

Item 2665-304-6043--For capital outlay, High-Speed Rail Authority. I revise this item by deleting Provisions 1.5 and 1.6.

I am deleting Provisions 1.5 and 1.6 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 2665-004-6043.

Item 2665-305-0890--For capital outlay, High-Speed Rail Authority. I revise this item by revising Provision 1.

I am revising Provision 1 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 2665-004-6043 as follows:

“1.  Provision 2 of Item 2665-004-6043 and  Provision 3 of Item 2665-305-6043 shall apply to this item.”

Item 2665-305-6043--For capital outlay, High-Speed Rail Authority. I revise this item by deleting Provision 1.5.

I am deleting Provision 1.5 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 2665-004-6043.

Item 3600-001-0001--For support of Department of Fish and Game. I reduce this item from $66,318,000 to $64,818,000 by reducing:

(1)  20-Biodiversity Conservation Program from $128,915,000 to $127,415,000.

Of the $3,000,000 legislative augmentation for the Department of Fish and Game’s (DFG) Habitat Conservation Programs, I am sustaining $1,500,000 for Marine Life Protection Act projects and deleting $1,500,000 for Timber Harvest Plan (THP) review. The reduction in funding to the Department’s Habitat Conservation Programs is necessary to achieve additional General Fund savings. Additionally, appropriate levels of funding still remain for THP review and the DFG should focus these remaining resources on the highest priority projects.

Item 3600-001-0200--For support of Department of Fish and Game. I revise this item by deleting Provision 2.

I am deleting Provision 2 requiring the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) to submit a report to the Legislature regarding all incidents in which a taser was used. This provision would create a new reporting requirement for the DFG without providing funding source for the cost of producing the report.

Item 3860-001-0001--For support of Department of Water Resources. I revise this item by reducing:

(3)  30-Public Safety and Prevention of Damage from $140,265,000 to $139,765,000, and

(32)  Amount payable from the Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Fund of 2006 (Item 3860-001-6052) from -$72,398,000 to -$71,898,000.

I am revising this item to conform to the action I have taken in Item 3860-001-6052 and Item 3860-101-6052.

Item 3860-001-6052--For support of Department of Water Resources. I reduce this item from $72,398,000 to $71,898,000.

I am reducing this item by $500,000 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 3860-001-0001 and Item 3860-101-6052 related to agricultural easements.

Item 3860-101-6052--For local assistance, Department of Water Resources. I reduce this item from $129,750,000 to $125,250,000 and delete Provision 2.

I am deleting the $4,500,000 legislative augmentation for agricultural easements. Acquiring agricultural easements may be a permissible component of a multi-benefit flood control project, but the primary purpose of Proposition 1E funding is to enhance flood protection throughout the state. This earmark for agricultural easements undermines the state’s ability to allocate limited bond funds to projects with the highest flood control benefits and would increase state costs.

I am deleting Provision 2 to conform to this action.

Item 4170-001-0001--For support of Department of Aging. I reduce this item from $4,131,000 to $3,991,000 by reducing:

(4)  40-Special Projects from $6,777,000 to $6,637,000,

and by deleting Provision 1.

I am deleting the legislative augmentation of $140,000 and 0.9 personnel years for support of Community Based Services programs.

I am deleting Provision 1 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 4170-101-0001.

Item 4170-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Aging. I reduce this item from $35,343,000 to $29,083,000 by reducing:

(4)  40-Special Projects from $18,051,000 to $11,791,000,

and by deleting Provision 3.

I am deleting the $6,260,000 legislative augmentation to Community Based Services programs. This reduction is necessary to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve.

I am deleting Provision 3 to conform to this action.

Item 4200-001-0001--For support of Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. I reduce this item from $4,628,000 to $4,353,000 by reducing:

(1)  15-Alcohol and Other Drug Services Program from $45,311,000 to $45,036,000.

I am reducing this item by $275,000 and 3.0 positions to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. This eliminates funding for the Offender Treatment Program, consistent with my proposed Budget. I am reducing a total of $18,000,000 for this purpose: $275,000 from this item and $17,725,000 from Item 4200-101-0001.

Item 4200-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. I reduce this item from $83,665,000 to $65,940,000 by reducing:

(1)  15-Alcohol and Other Drug Services Program from $332,191,000 to $314,466,000.

I am reducing this item by $17,725,000 to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. This eliminates state funding for the Offender Treatment Program consistent with my proposed Budget. I am reducing a total of $18,000,000 for this purpose: $17,725,000 from this item and $275,000 from Item 4200-001-0001.

Item 4200-104-0001--For local assistance, Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. I reduce this item from $21,111,000 to $20,448,000 by reducing:

(1)  15-Alcohol and Other Drug Services Program from $38,165,000 to $37,502,000,

and by revising Provision 2.

I am reducing this item by $663,000 to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. With these reductions $5,104,000 still remains to support the eight existing Residential Perinatal Treatment Programs, a funding level consistent with last year’s funding level for each of the remaining centers.

I am revising Provision 2 to conform to this action as follows:

“2. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $5,767,000 $5,104,000 shall be used to fund existing residential perinatal treatment programs that were begun through the federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment grants, but whose grants have since expired and currently are constituted as Women and Children’s Residential Treatment Services. For counties in which there is such a provider, the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs shall include language in those counties’ allocation letters that indicates the amount of the allocation designated for the provider during the fiscal year. Pursuant to Section 11840.1 of the Health and Safety Code, the treatment programs that were established through the federal Center for Substance Abuse Treatment grants are not subject to the county 10-percent match. All of the funds allocated for programs shall be passed through those counties directly to the designated residential treatment programs in each county, respectively.”

Item 4260-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Care Services. I reduce this item from $13,285,305,000 to $13,263,331,000 by reducing:

(1)  20.10.010-Eligibility (County Administration) from $2,893,028,000 to $2,849,080,000, and

(9)  Amount payable from the Federal Trust Fund (Item 4260-101-0890) from -$28,849,145,000 to -$28,827,171,000.

I am deleting the $21,974,000 legislative General Fund augmentation for County Administration. This reduction is necessary to bring expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve.

Item 4260-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Health Care Services. I reduce this item from $28,849,145,000 to $28,827,171,000.

I am reducing this item by $21,974,000 to conform to my action in Item 4260-101-0001.

Item 4260-111-0001--For local assistance, Department of Health Care Services. I reduce this item from $200,496,000 to $190,496,000 by reducing:

(1)  20.35-Primary and Rural Health from $11,054,000 to $1,054,000.

I am deleting the $10,000,000 legislative augmentation for various discretionary clinic grants. This reduction is necessary to bring expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. Federal Health Care Reform alternatively provides $1.4 billion of increased funds over five years to clinics, in addition to substantial increases from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Most of these clinics will continue to receive significant state funding from Medi-Cal and other programs.

Item 4265-001-0001--For support of Department of Public Health. I reduce this item from $77,997,000 to $76,997,000 by reducing:

(2)  20-Public and Environmental Health from $395,074,000 to $394,074,000.

I am deleting the legislative augmentation of $1,000,000 General Fund for the Prostate Cancer Treatment Program. These reductions are necessary to limit program expansions, to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources, and to build a prudent reserve. With this reduction, $3,100,000 still remains to support the Prostate Cancer Treatment Program.

Item 4265-111-0001--For local assistance, Department of Public Health. I reduce this item from $239,617,000 to $174,884,000 by reducing:

(3)  20.20-Infectious Disease from $390,613,000 to $330,880,000; and

(4)  20.30-Family Health from $1,610,589,000 to $1,605,589,000.

I am reducing this item by $57,133,000 by reducing funding to local entities for the following programs:

^ $52,133,000 for Office of AIDS local assistance programs, and

^ $5,000,000 for the Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Program.

These reductions are necessary to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. With these reductions, $55,109,000 still remains to support the Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Program, and $55,412,000 still remains to support Office of AIDS local assistance programs.

I am also reducing this item by $7,600,000 General Fund by reducing funding to local entities for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP). The Department of Public Health may utilize funding from the ADAP Rebate Fund, which is continuously appropriated, to maintain services, if necessary. This reduction is necessary to provide for a prudent General Fund reserve. With this reduction, $434,013,000 still remains to support the ADAP.

Item 5180-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Social Services. I reduce this item from $3,614,352,000 to $3,248,452,000 by adding:

Unallocated Reduction -$365,900,000.

I am reducing this item by $365,900,000 and am instructing the Director of the Department of Social Services to request a corresponding advance of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Block Grant funds from the federal government for the quarter ending June 30, 2011. This will provide one-time General Fund relief without any adverse program impacts.

Item 5180-151-0001--For local assistance, Department of Social Services. I reduce this item from $740,599,000 to $679,718,000 by reducing:

(1)  25.30-Children and Adult Services and Licensing from $2,178,571,000 to $2,117,690,000.

I am reducing this item by $60,881,000 to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. With this reduction $2,117,690,000 still remains to support the Children and Adult Services and Licensing Program. This maintains the level of funding for the Child Welfare Services Program that was in effect in fiscal year 2009-10. I am reducing a total of $79,956,000 for this purpose: $60,881,000 from this item and $19,075,000 from Item 5180-153-0001.

Item 5180-153-0001--For local assistance, Department of Social Services. I reduce this item from $359,729,000 to $340,654,000 by reducing:

(1)  26-Title IV-E Waiver from $914,352,000 to $895,277,000.

I am reducing this item by $19,075,000 to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources. With this reduction $895,277,000 still remains to support the Title IV-E Program. This maintains the level of funding for the Child Welfare Services Program that was in effect in fiscal year 2009-10. I am reducing a total of $79,956,000 for this purpose: $19,075,000 from this item and $60,881,000 from Item 5180-151-0001.

Item 5225-001-0001--For support of California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. I revise this item by deleting Provision 7.

I am deleting Provision 7, which would restrict the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) from using the Inmate Activation Schedule for purposes of budgeting and to instead use a ratio of one staff for every 5.6 inmates. This methodology change would result in additional workload without regard to the availability of resources. Consequently, I am vetoing this language. Nevertheless, I am instructing the CDCR to continue to work with the Department of Finance and the Legislature to develop and implement changes to their population budgeting process that would result in more transparency, provided they are able to do so using existing resources and without impairing the CDCR’s ability to perform its essential functions.

Item 6110-001-0001--For support of Department of Education. I revise this item from $34,031,000 to $34,030,000 by reducing:

(2)  20-Instructional Support from $139,361,000 to $132,914,000;

(3)  30-Special Programs from $53,845,000 to $53,342,000;

(8)  Reimbursements from -$17,293,000 to -$16,790,000;

(9)  Amount payable from Federal Trust Fund (Item 6110-001-0890) from -$148,290,000 to -$141,844,000; and by

revising Provision 22; and

deleting Provision 25.

I am deleting the legislative augmentation of $385,000 in reimbursement authority and 2.0 limited-term positions for support of the State Advisory Council on Early Childhood Education and Care (ELAC) because the increase in workload has not been justified. Further, I am vetoing $118,000 in reimbursement authority proposed in the May Revision for one redirected position given that the Sacramento County Office of Education will assume the responsibility for coordinating the activities of the ELAC. The Budget continues to provide authority for 2.0 limited-term positions for the Department to provide additional support for the ELAC’s work, which should be sufficient.

I am revising Provision 22 to conform to this action as follows:

“22. (a) Of the reimbursements appropriated in Schedule (8), $439,000 and 2.0 limited-term positions until July 1, 2013, pursuant to an agreement with the California Children and Families Commission, shall be available to the State Department of Education to support the activities of the Early Learning Quality Improvement System Advisory Committee established by Chapter 307 of the Statutes of 2008, and the Advisory Council on Early Childhood Education and Care (ELAC) pursuant to Executive Order S-23-09.

 (b)  Of the reimbursement funds appropriated in Schedule (8), $503,000 is provided for 1.0 redirected position, 2.0 new limited-term positions until July 1, 2013, and associated committee expenses to support the activities of the ELAC, pursuant to an agreement with the California Children and Families Commission.  "

I am reducing the legislative augmentation of $144,000 General Fund by $1,000 and deleting the provisional language specifying that the Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission (Commission) is to complete the History/Social Science and Science frameworks. Instead, it is my intent that the remaining $143,000 be used for higher priority activities related to the California Common Core Standards, as directed by the State Board of Education.

I am also deleting Provision 25 to conform to this action.

Finally, I am revising this item to conform to the actions taken in Item 6110-001-0890.

Item 6110-001-0890--For support of Department of Education. I revise this item by: reducing this item from $148,790,000 to $142,344,000, revising language in this item, and by deleting Provision 17.5 and Provision 39.

I am reducing $2,946,000 Federal Trust Funds that would otherwise be available for the development and support of the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS). I am concerned that the resources allocated for this purpose lack necessary accountability to ensure the citizens of California receive a high quality longitudinal educational data system that can be used to enable our students to improve academically, consistent with my long standing goal for improved transparency to the public. With this reduction, $2,946,000 remains to provide for costs incurred through December 6, 2010. In addition, I have reduced expenditure authority for support of the California School Information Services administrative activities for the CALPADS project in Item 6110-485 from $5,244,000 to $1,362,000 to conform to this action. It is my intent that this reduced funding be set aside for future legislation that appropriates funds for an appropriate entity to complete the project and provide a data system that will successfully supply student-level achievement data to assist teachers, district administrators, and policy makers with reliable information.

While California has struggled with this project for over seven years and spent over $150 million since 1997 on longitudinal data systems, other states have allocated far less funding and achieved their databases in much less time. For example, Virginia and Texas each have spent approximately $20 million to develop their systems; Virginia has an in-house system; and Texas developed an integrated data warehouse system over a two-year period.

It is critical to have a statewide longitudinal data system to measure overall effectiveness of teachers, principals, and schools. Without this data, reform efforts in our lowest achieving schools are paralyzed. We owe it to the children in those struggling schools to make certain we get this right. The absence of a

good statewide data system frustrates the efforts of our great school district leaders who need this data to learn from other high performing school districts across the state and improve school achievement in their classrooms. Finally, the lack of this data system was a significant factor in California’s loss of federal Race to the Top funding. Enough is enough.

I am revising Provision 17 to conform to this action as follows:

“17. The following funds appropriated in this item are for the development of a comprehensive strategy to address data reporting requirements and the development of the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) to meet the requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (P.L. 107-110) and Chapter 1002 of the Statutes of 2002:

(a)  $730,000  $ 287,500 and 5.0 positions to support state operations for a comprehensive strategy to address data reporting requirements.

(b)  $1,430,000  $48,500 and 1.0 position to support state operations related to the development of CALPADS.

(c)  $115,000 and 1.0 position to support workload associated with coordinating data collection and sharing for CALPADS and for the federal Education Data Exchange Network.

(d)  $2,457,000 to support Department of Technology Services costs associated with storage and maintenance of CALPADS servers and data.

(e)  $38,000 for software maintenance and licenses necessary to ensure consistent matching of Statewide Student Identifiers.”

I am also deleting Provision 17.5 to conform to this action.

Further, I am deleting $3,500,000 in federal Title II and federal Statewide Longitudinal Data System funds for the California Teachers Integration Data System (CALTIDES) to conform to my actions on the California Longitudinal Pupil Advancement Data System (CALPADS) and because CALTIDES was to be developed within the CALPADS infrastructure. With this reduction, $563,000 remains to provide for costs incurred through December 6, 2010. It is my intent that these funds be set aside for future legislation that would appropriate funds for an appropriate entity to complete the project and provide a data system that will successfully provide teacher and student-level achievement data to assist teachers, district administrators, and policy makers with reliable information.

I am also revising Provision 31 to conform to this action as follows:

“31. Of the funds appropriated in this item,  $3,000,000 $560,000 is provided from federal Statewide Longitudinal Data System funds and  $1,060,000 is provided from  federal Title II funds. , of which $200,000 is one-time carryover.  The funding shall support 3.0 limited-term positions and  2.0 existing positions and  other development costs for the California Longitudinal Teacher Integrated Data Education System (CALTIDES).  The one-time carryover funds are available for CALTIDES or the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) support, which may include a Data Processing Manager III position.  No funds may be expended until the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS) has been determined to receive and transfer data reliably and upon the written approval of the Department of Finance and the office of the State Chief Information Officer. The 3.0 limited-term positions shall expire on June 30, 2012.”

Finally, I am deleting Provision 39 which states legislative intent language that a portion of the grant under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for the State Advisory Council on Early Childhood Education and Care (ELAC) be used to study the feasibility of implementing a data system containing information on children five years of age or younger. This language is inconsistent with the approved grant application for these funds which contains funding to contract for a needs assessment that will explore expanding existing data systems for this purpose.

Item 6110-113-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education. I reduce this item from $28,742,000 to $27,967,000 by deleting:

(1)  20.60.030.030-Instructional Support: Alternative Schools Accountability Model ($775,000),

and Provision 1.

I am reducing this item by $775,000 to eliminate the Alternative Schools Accountability Model consistent with my April 1st proposal. The Department of Education and the State Board of Education have begun phasing out the external contractor in favor of the Department of Education staff compiling data from existing sources making these funds unnecessary. In addition, because the state funds testing and accountability programs interchangeably with federal funds and Proposition 98 General Fund, this reduction will generate Proposition 98 General Fund savings.

Item 6110-161-0890--For local assistance, Department of Education. I reduce this item from $1,232,519,000 to $1,232,518,000 by reducing:

(4)  10.60.050.021-IDEA, State Level Activities from $81,914,000 to $81,913,000,

and by deleting Provision 9 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 8885-295-0001.

Item 6110-196-0001--For local assistance, Department of Education (Proposition 98). I reduce this item from $1,508,848,000 to $1,252,848,000 by reducing:

(1.5)  30.10.020-Child Care Services from $1,683,503,000 to $1,427,503,000

(f)  30.10.020.012-Special Program, Child Development, Alternative Payment Program--Stage 3 Setaside from $365,918,000 to $109,918,000.

I am reducing $256,000,000 from CalWORKs Stage 3 child care. This action is necessary to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. With this reduction, $128,823,000 in federal funds remains to support existing Stage 3 child care services through October 2010.

Item 6110-485--For local assistance, Department of Education. I revise this item to conform to the actions related to the support and development of the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System I have taken in Item 6110-001-0890 as follows:

“Reappropriation (Proposition 98), Department of Education. The sum of  $5,224,000 $1,362,000 is hereby reappropriated from the Proposition 98 Reversion Account for the following purposes:

0001--General Fund

(2)  The sum of $5,224,000 $1,362,000 to support California School Information Services administration activities authorized pursuant to Schedule (2) of Item 6110-140-0001.”

Item 6440-001-0001--For support of University of California. I revise this item by deleting Provision 17.

I am vetoing the provisional language that would require the University of California (UC) to report on its proposal for long-term state funding for the UC Retirement Plan (UCRP), including any alternative funding plans that might be proposed. This language is unnecessary, as forwarding every proposal received from any person or entity is unwarranted. Further, the UC Office of the President is committed to reporting on its UCRP proposals and has indicated that it would provide detailed reports on the long-term funding of the UCRP without the adoption of this language.

I am deleting Provision 17 to conform to this action.

Item 7350-001-0001--For support of Department of Industrial Relations. I revise this item by deleting Provision 2.

I am deleting Provision 2, which prohibits the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) from implementing the prevailing wage survey in the Central Valley agreed to during 2009-10 budget negotiations. In an effort to build a prudent reserve, I have agreed that no General Fund will be added to this budget to support this activity. However, I am instructing the Director of the DIR to utilize existing resources to complete this critical study as the disparity between commercial and residential rates is significant within the Central Valley. Failure to conduct this survey would prevent the DIR from meeting its statutory responsibilities to ensure wages paid within residential construction are appropriate. In the absence of this study, the prohibition could result in future construction costs that are $25 to $50 million greater than would otherwise be required for completion of $1 billion in public works projects.

Item 7980-001-0001--For support of Student Aid Commission. I reduce this item from $11,711,000 to $11,236,000 by reducing:

(1)  15-Financial Aid Grants Program from $12,550,000 to $12,075,000;

(1.5)  50-California Loan Program from $514,000 to $257,000;

(4.5)  Amount payable from the Student Loan Operating Fund (Item 7980-001-0784); from -$514,000 to -$257,000

and by revising Provisions 4 and 5.

I am reducing Schedule (1) to delete legislative augmentations totaling $475,000 General Fund and 1.0 position for publication of a periodical and for additional information technology staff and equipment. This reduction is necessary to limit program expansion and to help bring ongoing expenditures in line with existing resources and to build a prudent reserve. With this reduction, $11,236,000 still remains to support programs, including $1.2 million for restoring essential services performed by EdFund.

I am reducing Schedule (1.5) by $257,000 Student Loan Operating Fund and 3.0 net personnel years to reflect the phase-out of workload associated with oversight of EdFund resulting from recent federal legislation ending the Federal Family Education Loan Program and the U.S. Department of Education’s decision to terminate the Student Aid Commission’s guaranty agency agreement. It is anticipated that these federal decisions will end all Federal Policy and Program Division workload by January 1, 2011. Over $250,000 remains available to fund this activity for the first six months of this fiscal year.

Similarly, I am reducing the amount authorized in Schedule (4.5), the amount payable from the Student Loan Operating Fund, by $257,000.

I am revising Provisions 4 and 5 to conform to these actions.

“4. This item reflects  $514,000 $257,000 payable from the Student Loan Operating Fund for the purpose of funding, on a limited-term basis, 6.0 positions in the Federal Policy and Programs Division. Those positions shall be continued until a sale or other authorized transaction is completed pursuant to Chapter 182 of the Statutes of 2007, which is anticipated to occur no later than the 2010-11 fiscal year.”

“5. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), up to  $1,151,000 $676,000 is available for any expenses that may be necessary or convenient for the Student Aid Commission to assume activities currently provided by EdFund in order to further the intent of the sale, or other authorized transaction, of EdFund pursuant to Chapter 182 of the Statutes of 2007. These funds shall not be expended unless first approved in writing by the Department of Finance.”

Item 7980-001-0784--For support of Student Aid Commission. I reduce this item from $514,000 to $257,000 and delete Provision 1.

I am reducing this item by $257,000 to conform to the action I have taken in Item 7980-001-0001.

I am deleting Provision 1 to conform to this action.

Item 8885-295-0001--For local assistance for reimbursement, in accordance with the provisions of Section 6 of Article XIII B of the California Constitution or Section 17561 of the Government Code, of the costs of any new program or increased level of service of an existing program mandated by statute or executive order, for disbursement by the Controller for claims for costs incurred during the specified periods. I reduce this item from $216,336,000 to $80,400,000 by reducing:

(1)  For payment of the following mandate claims for costs incurred in the 2004-05 through 2008-09 fiscal years from $216,336,000 to $80,400,000.

My policy is to suspend mandates not related to elections, law enforcement, or property taxes in order to maintain a prudent General Fund reserve.

I am reducing this item by $132,941,000 by deleting Schedule (1) (oo) Handicapped and Disabled Students I and II, and Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Pupils: Out of State Mental Health Services (AB 3632) (Ch. 1747, Stats. 1984; Ch. 1128, Stats. 1994; Ch. 654, Stats. 1996) (CSM-4282; 02-TC-40; 02-TC-49; 97-TC-05). This mandate is suspended.

I am also reducing this item by $2,995,000 by deleting Schedule (1) (pp) Local Recreational Background Checks (Ch. 777, Stats. 2001). This mandate is suspended. However, I will support legislation that grants local entities fee authority to recoup the costs of the background screenings for employees and volunteers at locally operated parks, playgrounds, recreational centers, or beaches used for recreational purposes.

With the above deletions, revisions, and reductions, I hereby approve Senate Bill 870.

ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER

Legislative Counsel's Digest
SB  870, Ducheny. 2010-11 Budget.

This bill would make appropriations for support of state government for the 2010-11 fiscal year.

This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as an urgency statute.

Appropriation: yes.

The people of the State of California do enact as follows:

SECTION 1.00.  This act shall be known and may be cited as the “Budget Act of 2010.”

SEC. 1.50.  (a)  In accordance with Section 13338 of the Government Code, as added by Chapter 1284 of the Statutes of 1978, and as amended by Chapter 1286 of the Statutes of 1984, it is the intent of the Legislature that this act utilize a coding scheme compatible with the Governor’s Budget and the records of the Controller, and provide for the appropriation of federal funds received by the state and deposited in the State Treasury.

(b)  Essentially, the format and style are as follows:

(1)  Appropriation item numbers have a code which is common to all the state’s fiscal systems. The meaning of this common coded item number is as follows:

2720-- Organization Code (this code represents the California Highway Patrol)

001-- Reference Code (first appropriation for a particular fund for support of each department)

0044-- Fund Code (Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund)

(2)  Appropriation items are organized in organization code order.

(3)  All the appropriation items, reappropriation items, and reversion items, if any, for each department or entity are adjacent to one another.

(4)  Federal funds received by the state and deposited in the State Treasury are appropriated in separate items.

(c)  The Department of Finance may authorize revisions to the codes used in this act in order to provide compatibility between the codes used in this act and those used in the Governor’s Budget and in the records of the Controller.

(d)  Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, the Department of Finance may revise the schedule of any appropriation made in this act where the revision is of a technical nature and is consistent with legislative intent. These revisions may include, but shall not be limited to, the substitution of category for program or program for category limitations, the proper categorization of allocated administration costs and cost recoveries, the distribution of any unallocated amounts within an appropriation and the adjustment of schedules to facilitate departmental accounting operations, including the elimination of categories providing for amounts payable from other items or other appropriations and the distribution of unscheduled amounts to programs or categories. These revisions shall include a certification that the revisions comply with the intent and limitation of expenditures as appropriated by the Legislature.

(e)  Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, when the Department of Finance, pursuant to subdivision (d), approves the schedule or revision of any appropriation relating to the elimination of amounts payable, the language authorizing the transfer shall also be eliminated.

SEC. 1.80.  (a)  The following sums of money and those appropriated by any other sections of this act, or so much thereof as may be necessary unless otherwise provided herein, are hereby appropriated for the use and support of the State of California for the 2010-11 fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011. All of these appropriations, unless otherwise provided herein, shall be paid out of the General Fund in the State Treasury.

(b)  All capital outlay appropriations and reappropriations, unless otherwise provided herein, are available as follows:

(1)  Studies, preliminary plans, working drawings, and minor capital outlay funds are available for expenditure until June 30, 2011.

(2)  Construction funds are available for expenditure until June 30, 2013, if allocated through fund transfer or approval to proceed to bid by the Department of Finance by June 30, 2011. Any funds not allocated by June 30, 2011, shall revert on July 1, 2011, to the fund from which the appropriation was made.

(3)  All other capital outlay funds are available until June 30, 2013.

(c)  Whenever by constitutional or statutory provision the revenues or receipts of any institution, department, board, bureau, commission, officer, employee, or other agency, or any moneys in any special fund created by law therefor, are to be used for salaries, support, or any proper purpose, expenditures shall be made therefrom for any such purpose only to the extent of the amount therein appropriated, unless otherwise stated herein.

(d)  Appropriations for purposes not otherwise provided for herein that have been heretofore made by any existing constitutional or statutory provision shall continue to be governed thereby.

SEC. 2.00.  Items of appropriation. LEGISLATIVE/JUDICIAL/EXECUTIVE

Legislative

0110-001-0001--For support of Senate...... 109,350,000

Schedule:

(1)  101001-Salaries of

Senators............ 4,386,000

(2)  317295-Mileage...... 11,000

(3)  317292-Expenses..... 1,596,000

(4)  500004-Operating

Expenses............ 102,522,000

(5)  317296-Automotive

Expenses............ 835,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in

Schedule (4) are for operating

expenses of the Senate,

including personal services for

officers, clerks, and all

other employees, and legislative

committees thereof composed in

whole or in part of Members of

the Senate, and for support of

joint expenses of the

Legislature, to be transferred

by the Controller to the Senate

Operating Fund.

2. The funds appropriated in

Schedule (5) are for operating

expenses of the Senate relating

to the purchase, maintenance,

repair, insurance, and other

costs of operating automobiles

for the use of Members of the

Senate, to be transferred by the

Controller to the Senate

Operating Fund.

3. The funds appropriated in

Schedules (1), (2), (3), and (5)

may be adjusted for transfers to

or from the Senate Operating

Fund.

0120-011-0001--For support of Assembly.... 146,716,000

Schedule:

(1)  101001-Salaries of

Assembly Members.... 8,714,000

(2)  317295-Mileage...... 8,000

(3)  317292-Expenses..... 2,481,000

(4)  500004-Operating

Expenses............ 134,941,000

(5)  317296-Automotive

Expenses............ 572,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in

Schedule (4) are for operating

expenses of the Assembly,

including personal services for

officers, clerks, and all

other employees, and legislative

committees thereof composed in

whole or in part of Members of

the Assembly, and for support of

joint expenses of the

Legislature, to be transferred

by the Controller to the

Assembly Operating Fund.

2. The funds appropriated in

Schedule (5) are for operating

expenses of the Assembly

relating to the lease,

maintenance, repair, insurance,

and other costs of operating

automobiles for the use of

Members of the Assembly, to be

transferred by the Controller to

the Assembly Operating Fund.

3. The funds appropriated in

Schedules (1), (2), (3), and (5)

may be adjusted for transfers to

or from the Assembly Operating

Fund.

0130-021-0001--For support of Office of the Legislative Analyst.................................. 0

Schedule:

(1)  Expenses of the Office of

the Legislative Analyst.... 7,538,000

(2)  Transferred from Item 0110-

001-0001................... -3,769,000

(3)  Transferred from Item 0120-

011-0001................... -3,769,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (1)

are for the expenses of the Office of the

Legislative Analyst and of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee for any

charges, expenses, or claims either may

incur, available without regard to fiscal

years, to be paid on certification of the

Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee or his or her designee.

2. Funds identified in Schedules (2) and (3)

may be transferred from the Senate

Operating Fund, by the Senate Committee

on Rules, and the Assembly Operating

Fund, by the Assembly Committee on Rules.

0160-001-0001--For support of Legislative Counsel Bureau............................... 66,608,000

Schedule:

(1)  Support............... 81,160,000

(2)  Reimbursements........ -131,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the Central Service

Cost Recovery Fund

(Item 0160-001-9740)  .. -14,421,000

0160-001-9740--For support of Legislative Counsel Bureau, for payment to Item 0160- 001-0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund................ 14,421,000

Judicial

0250-001-0001--For support of Judicial Branch.................................... 355,145,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Supreme Court.... 45,664,000

(2)  20-Courts of Appeal. 201,007,000

(3)  30-Judicial Council. 109,503,000

(4)  35-Judicial Branch

Facility Program.... 1,157,000

(5)  50-California

Habeas Corpus

Resource Center..... 14,554,000

(6)  Reimbursements...... -7,579,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 0250-001- 0044)  ............... -184,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Court

Interpreters’ Fund

(Item 0250-001- 0327)  ............... -160,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0250-001- 0890)............... -4,494,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Appellate Court

Trust Fund (Item 0250-001-3060)...... -4,323,000

Provisions:

2. Of the funds appropriated in

this item, $200,000 is

available for reimbursement to

the Attorney General, or for

hiring outside counsel, for

prelitigation and litigation

fees and costs, including any

judgment, stipulated judgment,

offer of judgment, or

settlement. This amount is for

use in connection with (a)

matters arising from the

actions of appellate courts,

appellate court bench officers,

or appellate court employees,

(b)  matters arising from the

actions of the Judicial

Council, council members, or

council employees or agents,

(c)  matters arising from the

actions of the Administrative

Office of the Courts or its

employees, or (d) employment

litigation arising from the

actions of trial courts, trial

court bench officers, or trial

court employees. Either the

state or the Judicial Council

must be named as a defendant or

alleged to be the responsible

party. Any funds not used for

this purpose shall revert to

the General Fund.

3. The funds appropriated in

Schedule (5) shall be available

for costs associated directly

or indirectly with the

California Habeas Corpus

Resource Center (CHCRC). The

CHCRC shall report to the

Legislature and the Director of

Finance on September 1, 2010,

and April 1, 2011, on

expenditures, specifically

detailing personal services

expenditures, operating

expenses, and equipment

expenditures.

4. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, upon approval

and order of the Director of

Finance, the amount

appropriated in this item shall

be reduced by the amount

transferred in Item 0250-011-

0001 to provide adequate

resources to the Judicial

Branch Workers’ Compensation

Fund to pay workers’

compensation claims for

judicial branch employees and

justices, and administrative

costs pursuant to Section

68114.10 of the Government Code.

0250-001-0044--For support of Judicial Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001- 0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund........ 184,000

0250-001-0159--For support of Judicial Branch, payable from the Trial Court Improvement Fund............................ 9,601,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, upon approval by the

Administrative Director of the

Courts, the Controller shall

increase this item up to

$18,673,000 for recovery of costs

for administrative services

provided to the trial courts by the

Administrative Office of the Courts.

0250-001-0327--For support of Judicial Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001- 0001, payable from the Court Interpreters’ Fund........................ 160,000

0250-001-0890--For support of Judicial Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001- 0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 4,494,000

0250-001-0932--For support of Judicial Branch, payable from the Trial Court Trust Fund......................................... 7,076,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Judicial Council........ 7,076,000

Provisions:

1. Upon approval of the Administrative

Director of the Courts, the

Controller shall increase this item

by an amount sufficient to allow for

the expenditure of any transfer to

this item made pursuant to Provision

8 of Item 0250-101-0932.

2. Upon approval of the Administrative

Director of the Courts, the

Controller shall increase this item

by an amount sufficient to allow for

the expenditure of any transfers to

this item made pursuant to

Provision 13 of Item 0250-101-0932.

0250-001-3037--For support of Judicial Branch, payable from the State Court Facilities Construction Fund................ 67,860,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Judicial Council... 7,965,000

(2)  35-Judicial Branch

Facility Program...... 69,895,000

(3)  Reimbursements........ -10,000,000

Provisions:

1. The Director of Finance may

augment this item by an amount not

to exceed available funding in the

State Court Facilities

Construction Fund, after review of

a request submitted by the

Administrative Office of the

Courts that demonstrates a need

for additional resources

associated with and including, but

not limited to, the transfer,

acquisition, rehabilitation,

construction, or financing of

court facilities. The Director of

Finance may establish positions

consistent with the funding

augmentation. This request shall

be submitted no later than 60 days

prior to the effective date of the

augmentation. Any augmentation

shall be authorized not sooner

than 30 days after notification in

writing to the chairpersons of the

committees in each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations, the

chairpersons of the committees and

appropriate subcommittees that

consider the State Budget, and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or

not sooner than whatever lesser

time the chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her designee,

may determine.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, upon approval

and order of the Director of

Finance, the amount appropriated

in this item shall be reduced by

the amount transferred in Item

0250-011-0001 to provide adequate

resources to the Judicial Branch

Workers’ Compensation Fund to pay

workers’ compensation claims for

judicial branch employees and

administrative costs in accordance

with Section 68114.10 of the

Government Code.

3. Notwithstanding Section 70374 of

the Government Code, $1,155,000 of

the funds appropriated in this

item shall be available for the

Office of Court Construction and

Management, within the

Administrative Office of the

Courts, to manage and oversee

existing facilities for the trial

courts, courts of appeal,

Administrative Office of the

Courts, and the California Habeas

Corpus Resource Center.

0250-001-3060--For support of Judicial Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001-0001, payable from the Appellate Court Trust Fund. 4,323,000

Provisions:

1. Upon approval of the Director of

Finance, the amount available for

expenditure in this item may be

augmented by the amount of any

additional resources available in

the Appellate Court Trust Fund,

which is in addition to the amount

appropriated in this item. Any

augmentation shall be authorized no

sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing to the

chairpersons of the committees in

each house of the Legislature that

consider appropriations, the

chairpersons of the committees and

appropriate subcommittees that

consider the State Budget, and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or

not sooner than whatever lesser

time the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or

his or her designee, may determine.

0250-001-3066--For support of Judicial Branch, payable from the Court Facilities Trust Fund................................ 104,814,000

Schedule:

(1)  35-Judicial Branch

Facility Program.... 122,086,000

(2)  Reimbursements...... -17,272,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Director

of Finance may authorize

expenditures in excess of this

item for the operation, repair,

and maintenance of court

facilities pursuant to

Section 70352 of the Government

Code.

0250-001-3085--For support of Judicial Branch, payable from the Mental Health Services Fund............................. 993,000

0250-001-3138--For support of Judicial Branch, payable from the Immediate and Critical Needs Account, State Court Facilities Construction Fund.................. 25,000,000

Schedule:

(1)  35-Judicial Branch

Facility Program....... 25,000,000

0250-003-0001--For support of Judicial Branch for rental payments on lease-revenue bonds........................................ 5,156,000

Schedule:

(1)  Base Rental and Fees....... 5,147,000

(2)  Insurance.................. 10,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -1,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

2. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

0250-011-0001--For transfer, upon order of the Director of Finance, to the Judicial Branch Workers’ Compensation Fund........... 1,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, upon approval and order of

the Department of Finance, the

Administrative Director of the

Courts shall adjust the amount of

this transfer to provide adequate

resources to the Judicial Branch

Workers’ Compensation Fund to pay

workers’ compensation claims for

judicial branch employees and

justices, and administrative costs

pursuant to Section 68114.10 of the

Government Code.

0250-012-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Court Facilities Trust Fund...................................... 8,053,000

0250-101-0001--For local assistance, Judicial Branch............................. 17,753,000

Schedule:

(1)  45.10-Support for

Operation of the

Trial Courts.......... 6,201,000

(2)  45.55-Grants.......... 73,492,000

(3)  Reimbursements........ -59,665,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0250-101- 0890)................. -2,275,000

Provisions:

1. In order to improve equal access

and the fair administration of

justice, of the funds appropriated

in Schedule (2), $10,776,000 is to

be distributed by the Judicial

Council through the Legal Services

Trust Fund Commission in support

of the Equal Access Fund Program

to qualified legal services

projects and support centers as

defined in Sections 6213 to 6215,

inclusive, of the Business and

Professions Code, to be used for

legal services in civil matters

for indigent persons. The

Judicial Council shall approve

awards made by the commission if

the council determines that the

awards comply with statutory and

other relevant guidelines. Of the

$10,776,000, 10 percent shall be

for joint projects of courts and

legal services programs to make

legal assistance available to pro

per litigants and 90 percent shall

be distributed consistent with

Sections 6216 to 6223, inclusive,

of the Business and Professions

Code. The Judicial Council may

establish additional reporting or

quality control requirements

consistent with Sections 6213 to

6223, inclusive, of the Business

and Professions Code.

2. The amount appropriated in

Schedule (1) is available for

reimbursement of court costs

related to the following

activities: (a) payment of service

of process fees billed to the

trial courts pursuant to Chapter

1009 of the Statutes of 2002, (b)

payment of the court costs payable

under Sections 4750 to 4755,

inclusive, and Section 6005 of the

Penal Code, and (c) payment of

court costs of extraordinary

homicide trials.

0250-101-0890--For local assistance, Judicial Branch, for payment to Item 0250- 101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund...................................... 2,275,000

0250-101-0932--For local assistance, Judicial Branch, payable from the Trial Court Trust Fund......................... 3,150,394,000

Schedule:

(1)  45.10-Support for

Operation of the 2,723,214,00

Trial Courts........ 0

(2)  45.25-Compensation

of Superior Court

Judges.............. 298,516,000

(3)  45.35-Assigned

Judges.............. 26,047,000

(4)  45.45-Court

Interpreters........ 92,794,000

(5)  45.55-Grants........ 9,824,000

(6)  Reimbursements...... -1,000

Provisions:

2. The funds appropriated in

Schedule (2) shall be made

available for costs of the

workers’ compensation program

for trial court judges.

3. The amount appropriated in

Schedule (3) shall be made

available for all judicial

assignments. Schedule (3)

expenditures for necessary

support staff may not exceed the

staffing level that is necessary

to support the equivalent of

three judicial officers sitting

on assignments.

4. The funds appropriated in

Schedule (4) shall be for

payments to contractual court

interpreters, and certified and

registered court interpreters

employed by the courts for

services provided during court

proceedings and other services

related to pending court

proceedings, including services

provided outside a courtroom,

and the following court

interpreter coordinators: 1.0

each in counties of the 1st

through the 15th classes, 0.5

each in counties of the 16th

through the 31st classes, and

0.25 each in counties of the

32nd through the 58th classes.

For the purposes of this

provision, “”court interpreter

coordinators’' may be full- or

part-time court employees, or

those contracted by the court to

perform these services.

The Judicial Council shall

set statewide or regional rates

and policies for payment of

court interpreters, not to

exceed the rate paid to

certified interpreters in the

federal court system.

The Judicial Council shall

adopt appropriate rules and

procedures for the

administration of these funds.

The Judicial Council shall

report to the Legislature and

the Director of Finance annually

regarding expenditures from

Schedule (4).

5. Upon order of the Director of

Finance, the amount available

for expenditure in this item may

be augmented by the amount of

any additional resources

available in the Trial Court

Trust Fund, which is in addition

to the amount appropriated

in this item. Any augmentation

must be approved in joint

determination with the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

shall be authorized not sooner

than 30 days after notification

in writing to the chairpersons

of the committees in each house

of the Legislature that consider

appropriations, the chairpersons

of the committees and

appropriate subcommittees that

consider the State Budget, and

the chairperson of the joint

committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may determine. When a

request to augment this item is

submitted to the Director of

Finance, a copy of that request

shall be delivered to the

chairpersons of the committees

and appropriate subcommittees

that consider the State Budget.

Delivery of a copy of that

request shall not be deemed to

be notification in writing for

purposes of this provision.

6. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, upon approval

and order of the Director of

Finance, the amount appropriated

in this item shall be reduced by

the amount transferred in Item

0250-115-0932 to provide

adequate resources to the

Judicial Branch Workers’

Compensation Fund to pay

workers’ compensation claims for

judicial branch employees and

judges, and administrative costs

pursuant to Section 68114.10 of

the Government Code.

7. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (1), which will be

transferred to the Trial Court

Improvement Fund in accordance

with subdivision (b) of Section

77209 of the Government Code, up

to $5,000,000 shall be available

for support of services for self-

represented litigants.

8. Upon approval by the

Administrative Director of the

Courts, the Controller shall

transfer up to $11,274,000 to

Item 0250-001-0932 for recovery

of costs for administrative

services provided to the trial

courts by the Administrative

Office of the Courts.

9. In order to improve equal access

and the fair administration of

justice, of the funds

appropriated in Schedule (5),

$5,685,000 is available for

distribution by the Judicial

Council through the Legal

Services Trust Fund Commission

in support of the Equal Access

Fund Program to qualified legal

services projects and support

centers as defined in Sections

6213 to 6215, inclusive, of the

Business and Professions Code,

to be used for legal

services in civil matters for

indigent persons. The Judicial

Council shall approve awards

made by the commission if the

council determines that the

awards comply with statutory and

other relevant guidelines. Upon

approval by the Administrative

Director of the Courts, the

Controller shall transfer up to

5 percent of $5,685,000 to Item

0250-001-0932 for administrative

expenses. Ten percent of the

funds remaining after

administrative costs shall be

for joint projects of courts and

legal services programs to make

legal assistance available to

pro per litigants and 90 percent

of the funds remaining after

administrative costs shall be

distributed consistent with

Sections 6216 to 6223,

inclusive, of the Business and

Professions Code. The Judicial

Council may establish additional

reporting or quality control

requirements consistent with

Sections 6213 to 6223,

inclusive, of the Business and

Professions Code.

10. Funds available for expenditure

in Schedule (5) may be augmented

by order of the Director of

Finance by the amount of any

additional resources deposited

for distribution to the Equal

Access Fund Program in

accordance with Sections 68085.3

and 68085.4 of the Government

Code. Any augmentation under

this provision shall be

authorized not sooner than 30

days after notification in

writing to the chairpersons of

the committees in each house of

the Legislature that consider

appropriations, the chairpersons

of the committees and

appropriate subcommittees that

consider the State Budget, and

the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or

not sooner than whatever lesser

time the chairperson of the

joint committee, or his or her

designee, may determine.

11. Sixteen (16.0) subordinate

judicial officer positions are

authorized to be converted to

judgeships in the 2010-11 fiscal

year in the manner and pursuant

to the authority described in

subparagraph (B) of paragraph

(1)  of subdivision (b) of

Section 69615 of the Government

Code, as described in the notice

filed by the Judicial Council

under subparagraph (B) of

paragraph (3) of subdivision (b)

of Section 69615.

12. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, and upon

approval of the Director of

Finance, reimbursements in

Schedule (6) may be increased by

the amount of any additional

resources collected for the

recovery of costs for court-

appointed dependency counsel

services.

13. Upon approval of the

Administrative Director of the

Courts, the Controller shall

transfer up to $556,000 of the

funding identified in Provision

12 of this item to Item 0250-001-

0932 for administrative services

provided to the trial courts in

support of the court-appointed

dependency counsel program.

14. This item includes a one-time

augmentation of $130,000,000 to

offset the reductions in trial

court funding in the 2010-11

fiscal year, to be transferred

as follows: (a) $25,000,000

shall be transferred from the

State Court Facilities

Construction Fund to the Trial

Court Trust Fund, (b)

$73,400,000 shall be transferred

from the Immediate and Critical

Needs Account of the State Court

Facilities Construction Fund to

the Trial Court Trust Fund, and

(c)  the Judicial Council shall

identify $31,600,000 from the

uncommitted fund balance in the

Trial Court Trust Fund. Moneys

from the Judicial Administration

Efficiency and Modernization

Fund and the Trial Court

Improvement Fund may be

transferred to the Trial Court

Trust Fund, with specific

amounts to be determined by the

Judicial Council, if necessary

to achieve the $130,000,000

augmentation.

0250-102-0001--For local assistance, Judicial Branch, augmentation for Court Employee Retirement, Compensation and Benefits......... 17,862,000

Schedule:

(1)  45.10-Support for

Operation of the Trial

Courts................. 17,862,000

Provisions:

1. Funding appropriated in this item

shall be allocated, upon order of

the Director of Finance, to trial

courts to address cost increases

related to court employee

retirement, retiree health, and

health benefits.

2. This item may be increased by order

of the Director of Finance to

address unanticipated cost

increases that exceed the amount

appropriated in this item. Any

augmentation shall be authorized no

sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing to the

chairpersons of the committees in

each house of the Legislature that

consider appropriations, the

chairpersons of the committees and

appropriate subcommittees that

consider the State Budget, and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee.

3. To the extent the funds

appropriated in this item exceed

the actual cost increases relative

to the purposes for which the funds

are appropriated, any excess funds

shall revert to the General Fund on

June 30, 2011.

0250-102-0556--For local assistance, Judicial Branch, payable from the Judicial Administration Efficiency and Modernization Fund......................... 38,709,000

Provisions:

1. Upon approval of the Director

of Finance, the amount

available for expenditure in

this item may be augmented

by the amount of any

additional resources available

in the Judicial Administration

Efficiency and Modernization

Fund, which is in addition to

the amount appropriated in

this item. Any augmentation

shall be authorized not sooner

than 30 days after

notification in writing to the

chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations, the

chairpersons of the committees

and appropriate subcommittees

that consider the State

Budget, and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may determine.

0250-111-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Trial Court Trust Fund.. 1,561,890,000

0250-111-0159--For transfer by the Controller from the Trial Court Improvement Fund to the Trial Court Trust Fund......................... (1,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount of funds available in this

item may be augmented in the 2010-11

fiscal year pursuant to Provision 14

of Item 0250-101-0932.

0250-111-0556--For transfer by the Controller from the Judicial Administration Efficiency and Modernization Fund to the Trial Court Trust Fund..................................... (1,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount of funds available in this

item may be augmented in the 2010-11

fiscal year pursuant to Provision 14

of Item 0250-101-0932.

0250-111-3037--For transfer by the Controller from the State Court Facilities Construction Fund to the Trial Court Trust Fund.......................... (25,000,000)

0250-111-3138--For transfer by the Controller from the Immediate and Critical Needs Account, State Court Facilities Construction Fund, to the Trial Court Trust Fund.................... (73,400,000)

0250-112-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Judicial Administration Efficiency and Modernization Fund......... 38,709,000

0250-115-0932--For transfer, upon order of the Director of Finance, to the Judicial Branch Workers’ Compensation Fund........... 1,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, upon approval and order of

the Department of Finance, the

Administrative Director of the

Courts shall adjust the amount of

this transfer to provide adequate

resources to the Judicial Branch

Workers’ Compensation Fund to pay

workers’ compensation claims for

judicial branch employees and

judges, and administrative costs

pursuant to Section 68114.10 of the

Government Code.

0250-301-0660--For capital outlay, Judicial Branch, payable from the Public Buildings Construction Fund............... 868,020,000

Schedule:

(1)  91.05.001-Calaveras

County: New San

Andreas

Courthouse--

Construction........ 40,429,000

(2)  91.20.001-Madera

County: New Madera

Courthouse--

Construction........ 88,248,000

(3)  91.33.001-Riverside

County: New

Riverside Mid-

County Courthouse--

Construction........ 54,546,000

(4)  91.35.001-San

Benito County: New

Hollister

Courthouse--

Construction........ 33,508,000

(5)  91.36.001-San

Bernardino County:

New San Bernardino

Courthouse--

Construction........ 304,682,000

(6)  91.39.001-San

Joaquin County: New

Stockton Courthouse-

- Construction...... 243,266,000

(7)  91.48.001-Solano

County: Renovation

to Fairfield Old

Solano Courthouse--

Construction........ 22,286,000

(8)  91.54.001-Tulare

County: New

Porterville

Courthouse--

Construction........ 81,055,000

Provisions:

1. The State Public Works Board may

issue lease-revenue bonds,

notes, or bond anticipation

notes pursuant to Chapter 5

(commencing with Section 15830)  

of Part 10b of Division 3 of

Title 2 of the Government Code

to finance the design and

construction of the project

authorized by this item.

2. The Judicial Council and the

State Public Works Board are

authorized and directed to

execute and deliver any and all

leases, contracts,

agreements, or other documents

necessary or advisable to

consummate the sale of bonds or

otherwise effectuate the

financing of the scheduled

projects.

3. The State Public Works Board

shall not be deemed a lead or

responsible agency for purposes

of the California Environmental

Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing with Section 21000) of the Public Resources Code)

for any activities under the

State Building Construction Act

of 1955 (Part 10b (commencing with Section 15800) of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code). This provision does not

exempt the Judicial Council from

the requirements of the

California Environmental Quality

Act. This provision is intended

to be declarative of existing

law.

0250-301-3138--For capital outlay, Judicial Branch, payable from the Immediate and Critical Needs Account........................ 51,393,000

Schedule:

(1)  91.01.001-Alameda

County: New East

County Courthouse-

- Construction......... 50,000,000

(2)  91.48.001-Solano

County: Renovation to

the Fairfield Old

Solano Courthouse--

Working drawings....... 1,393,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, each county listed in this

item shall transfer

responsibility or responsibility

and title to the state prior to the

release of funds for all

acquisition projects.

0250-490--Reappropriation, Judicial Branch. The balances of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in the appropriations:

3037--State Court Facilities Construction Fund

(1)  Item 0250-301-3037, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  , as

reappropriated by Item 0250-491, Budget

Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(2)  91.20.001-Madera County: New

Madera Courthouse--Acquisition

(7)  91.39.001-San Joaquin County:

New Stockton Courthouse-

-Acquisition

(8)  91.54.001-Tulare County: New

Porterville Courthouse-

-Acquisition

+

(2)  Item 0250-301-3037, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  

(5)  91.20.001-Madera County: New

Madera Courthouse--Working

drawings

(7)  91.33.001-Riverside County:

New Riverside Mid-County

Courthouse--Working drawings

(11)  91.39.001-San Joaquin County:

New Stockton Courthouse-

-Working drawings

(16)  91.54.001-Tulare County: New

Porterville Courthouse-

-Working drawings

0250-495--Reversion, Judicial Council. As of June 30, 2010, the unencumbered balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the funds from which the appropriations were made:

3138--Immediate and Critical Needs Account

(1)  Item 0250-301-3138, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(7)  91.34.001-Sacramento County: New

Sacramento Criminal Courthouse-

-Acquisition

0280-001-0001--For support of the Commission on Judicial Performance, Program 10.......................................... 4,080,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, upon approval and order of

the Department of Finance, the

amount appropriated in this item

shall be reduced by the amount

transferred in Item 0280-011-0001

to provide adequate resources to

the Judicial Branch Workers’

Compensation Fund to pay workers’

compensation claims for judicial

branch employees and administrative

costs pursuant to Section 68114.10

of the Government Code.

0280-011-0001--For transfer, upon order of the Director of Finance, to the Judicial Branch Workers’ Compensation Fund........... 1,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, upon approval and order of

the Department of Finance, the

Commission on Judicial

Performance shall adjust the amount

of this transfer to provide

adequate resources to the Judicial

Branch Workers’ Compensation Fund

to pay workers’ compensation claims

for judicial branch employees and

administrative costs pursuant to

Section 68114.10 of the Government

Code.

0390-001-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Judges’ Retirement Fund, for Supreme Court and Appellate Court Justices.................................... 1,150,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department of

Finance, the Controller shall

transfer such funds as are

necessary between this item and

Item 0390-101-0001.

0390-101-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Judges’ Retirement Fund for Superior Court and Municipal Court Judges..................................... 157,832,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Department

of Finance, the Controller

shall transfer such funds as

are necessary between Item

0390-001-0001 and this item.

Executive

0500-001-0001--For support of Governor and of Governor’s office............................. 16,356,000

Schedule:

(1)  Support................ 19,023,000

(2)  Governor’s Residence

(Support)  .............. 35,000

(3)  Special Contingent

Expenses............... 40,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Central Service

Cost Recovery Fund

(Item 0500-001-9740)  ... -2,742,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedules

(2)  and (3) are exempt from the

provisions of Sections 925.6,

12410, and 13320 of the Government

Code.

0500-001-9740--For support of the Governor’s office, for payment to Item 0500-001-0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund................ 2,742,000

0500-002-9740--For support of the Governor’s office, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund.................................. 2,800,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are on

a one-time limited-term basis for the

2010-11 fiscal year only and are for

audit, oversight, and transparency

activities pursuant to the American

Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

The provisions of Sections 11270

and 11274 of the Government Code also

apply to this item.

0500-012-0001--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, to the Central Service Cost (1,675,00 Recovery Fund (Item 0500-002-9740)........... 0)

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item

are on a one-time limited-term

basis for the 2010-11 fiscal

year only and are to reimburse

the Central Service Cost

Recovery Fund for audit,

oversight, and transparency

activities pursuant to the

American Recovery and

Reinvestment Act (ARRA) not

otherwise able to be paid from

federal funds. The Legislature

authorizes and encourages the

administration to transfer less

than the full amount authorized

in this item to the Central

Service Cost Recovery Fund in

the event that federal funds

are available in sufficient

amounts to cover all necessary

ARRA audit, oversight, and

transparency activities, or the

administration reduces planned

ARRA audit, oversight, and

transparency activities so that

available federal funds are

sufficient to cover all costs

of such activities. Nothing in

this provision shall authorize

the administration to reduce

appropriations to the Bureau of

State Audits or the Controller

for ARRA audit, oversight, and

transparency activities.

0502-001-0001--For support of the Office of the State Chief Information Officer, for payment to Item 0502-001-9730, payable from the General Fund............. 4,094,000

0502-001-0022--For support of the Office of the State Chief Information Officer, for payment to Item 0502-001-9730, payable from the State Emergency Telephone Number Account.................. 2,360,000

0502-001-9730--For support of the Office of the State Chief Information Officer.... 344,935,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Office of the

State Chief

Information Officer. 280,632,000

(2)  20-Project Review

and Oversight....... 80,416,000

(3)  30.01-

Administration...... 18,156,000

(4)  30.02-Distributed

Administration...... -18,156,000

(5)  Reimbursements...... -6,104,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the General Fund

(Item 0502-001- 0001)  ............... -4,094,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the State Emergency

Telephone Number

Account (Item 0502- 001-0022)........... -2,360,000

(8)  Amount payable

from the Central

Service Cost

Recovery Fund (Item 0502-001-9740)...... -3,555,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Director

of Finance may authorize

expenditures for the office of

the State Chief Information

Officer in excess of the amount

appropriated not sooner than 30

days after notification in

writing of the necessity

therefor is provided to the

chairpersons of the fiscal

committees in each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner

than whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine.

2. Expenditure authority provided

in this item to support data

center infrastructure projects

may not be utilized for items

outside the approved project

scope. Changes in project scope

must receive approval using the

established administrative and

legislative reporting

requirements.

0502-001-9740--For support of the Office of the State Chief Information Officer, for payment to Item 0502-001-9730, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund............................. 3,555,000

0502-101-0022--For local assistance, Office of the State Chief Information Officer, for reimbursement of local agencies, service suppliers, and communication equipment companies for costs incurred pursuant to Sections 41137, 41137.1, 41138, and 41140 of the Revenue and Taxation Code............ 122,604,000

Schedule:

(1)  911 Emergency

Telephone Number

System................ 106,523,000

(2)  Enhanced Wireless

Services.............. 16,081,000

0502-101-0890--For local assistance, Office of the State Chief Information Officer...... 1,932,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, federal funds appropriated

in this item but not encumbered or

expended by June 30, 2011, may be

expended in the 2011-12 fiscal

year.

0502-490--Reappropriation, Office of the State Chief Information Officer. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in the appropriations:

0001--General Fund

(1)  Item 0502-301-0001, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  50.10.250-Sacramento Public

Safety Communications

Decentralization, Resources-

-Working drawings

(2)  Reimbursements

0042--State Highway Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  Item 0502-301-0042, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  50.10.250-Sacramento Public

Safety Communications

Decentralization, Resources-

-Working drawings

0044--Motor Vehicle Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  Item 0502-301-0044, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  50.10.250-Sacramento Public

Safety Communications

Decentralization, Resources-

-Working drawings

0200--Fish and Game Preservation Fund

(1)  Item 0502-301-0200, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  50.10.250-Sacramento Public

Safety Communications

Decentralization, Resources-

-Working drawings

0768--Earthquake Safety and Public

Buildings Rehabilitation Fund of 1990

(1)  Item 0502-301-0768, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  50.10.250-Sacramento Public

Safety Communications

Decentralization, Resources-

-Working drawings

0510-001-0001--For support of Secretary of State and Consumer Services................... 1,157,000

Schedule:

(1)  Support..................... 2,507,000

(2)  Reimbursements.............. -645,000

(3)  Amount payable from the

Central Service Cost

Recovery Fund (Item 0510- 001-9740)................... -705,000

0510-001-9740--For support of Secretary of State and Consumer Services, for payment to Item 0510-001-0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund...................................... 705,000

0520-001-0001--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing, for payment to Item 0520-001-0044............... 2,456,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this

item, $934,000 shall be available

for use by the California Travel

and Tourism Commission for use

in promoting California tourism to

potential visitors.

0520-001-0044--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund........................... 1,526,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Administration of

Business,

Transportation and

Housing Agency......... 3,556,000

(2)  25-Infrastructure

Finance and Economic

Development Program.... 8,343,000

(3)  Reimbursements......... -3,985,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the General Fund (Item 0520-001-0001)......... -2,456,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the California

Infrastructure and

Economic Development

Bank Fund (Item 0520- 001-0649).............. -3,819,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Welcome Center

Fund (Item 0520-001- 3083).................. -103,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Film Promotion and

Marketing Fund (Item 0520-001-3095)......... -10,000

0520-001-0649--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing, for payment to Item 0520-001-0044, payable from the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank Fund................................. 3,819,000

0520-001-3083--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing, for payment to Item 0520-001-0044, payable from the Welcome Center Fund..................... 103,000

Provisions:

1. Consistent with Section 13995.151

of the Government Code, the Office

of Tourism has the flexibility

to limit the number of California

Welcome Centers within a geographic

area to prevent excessive density,

but it also has the flexibility to

locate them within 50 miles of each

other regardless of whether they

would be located in a rural or

urban area.

0520-001-3095--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing, for payment to Item 0520-001-0044, payable from the Film Promotion and Marketing Fund............................ 10,000

0520-002-0001--For support of Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing........ 60,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item is available for payment of

costs resulting from the closure of

the former Technology, Trade, and

Commerce Agency.

Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, if the Department of

Finance determines that the

expenditures for these costs will

exceed the expenditures authorized

by this item, the Department of

Finance shall report that fact to

the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

the chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the Legislature

that consider appropriations.

Thirty days after providing the

written notification, the Director

of Finance may increase this

appropriation pursuant to the

provisions of Chapter 2 of the

Statutes of 2003, First

Extraordinary Session.

0520-011-0001--For transfer, upon order of the Director of Finance, to the Small Business Expansion Fund................... 1,723,000

0520-401--The Department of Finance is hereby authorized to transfer any savings from the amount transferred pursuant to Item 0520-011-0001 of this act to the General Fund at the end of the 2010-11 fiscal year.

0530-001-0001--For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services.......... 1,162,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Secretary of

California Health and

Human Services......... 4,695,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -1,751,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust Fund

(Item 0530-001-0890)  ... -1,002,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Central Service

Cost Recovery Fund

(Item 0530-001-9740)  ... -780,000

0530-001-0890--For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services, for payment to Item 0530-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 1,002,000

0530-001-3151--For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services........ 25,000

Provisions:

1. The Director of Finance may

authorize an increase in this

appropriation, up to the total

amount collected from

administrative fines assessed by

the Office of Health

Information Integrity pursuant to

Section 56.36 of the Civil Code.

Any such approval shall be

accompanied by the approval of an

amended spending plan submitted by

the Office of Health Information

Integrity providing detailed

justification for the increased

expenses. An approval of an

augmentation or spending plan may

be authorized not sooner than 30

days after notification is provided

to the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee in

writing, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint committee,

or his or her designee, may

determine.

0530-001-9732--For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services, payable from the Office of Systems Integration Fund............................ 190,121,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Office of

Systems Integration... 190,121,000

0530-001-9740--For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services, for payment to Item 0530-001-0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund............................. 780,000

0530-017-0001--For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services........... 2,558,000

Schedule:

(1)  21-Office of Health

Information Integrity... 4,117,000

(2)  Reimbursements.......... -1,559,000

Provisions:

1. The funding appropriated in this

item is limited to the amount

specified in Section 17.00. These

funds are to be used in support of

compliance activities related to the

federal Health Insurance

Portability and Accountability Act

(HIPAA)  of 1996.

0530-017-3163--For support of Secretary of California Health and Human Services, Program 21-Office of Health Information Integrity, for implementing California’s Health Information Exchange Cooperative Grant Program, payable from the California Health Information Technology and Exchange 17,229,00 Fund......................................... 0

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 28.00

or any other provision of

law, the Director of Finance

may authorize expenditures from

the California Health

Information Technology and

Exchange Fund for the Secretary

of California Health and Human

Services in excess of the

amount appropriated not sooner

than 30 days after providing

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor, including a

comprehensive description of

the request, to the

chairpersons of the fiscal and

policy committees of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine.

0540-001-0005--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, for payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund................................. 274,000

0540-001-0140--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund......................................... 3,389,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Administration

of Natural Resources

Agency................ 35,184,000

(2)  Reimbursements........ -583,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Safe Neighborhood

Parks, Clean Water,

Clean Air, and

Coastal Protection

Bond Fund (Item 0540- 001-0005)............. -274,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the Environmental

Enhancement and

Mitigation Program

Fund (Item 0540-001- 0183)................. -132,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0540-001- 0890)................. -5,552,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the California Clean

Water, Clean Air,

Safe Neighborhood

Parks, and Coastal

Protection Fund (Item 0540-001-6029)........ -2,072,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Water Security,

Clean Drinking Water,

Coastal and Beach

Protection Fund of

2002 (Item 0540-001- 6031)................. -2,728,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Safe Drinking

Water, Water Quality

and Supply, Flood

Control, River and

Coastal Protection

Fund of 2006 (Item 0540-001-6051)........ -20,187,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Disaster

Preparedness and

Flood Prevention Bond

Fund of 2006 (Item 0540-001-6052)........ -267,000

0540-001-0183--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, for payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund................... 132,000

0540-001-0890--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, for payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the Federal Trust Fund............... 5,552,000

0540-001-6029--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, for payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund........................... 2,072,000

0540-001-6031--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, for payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002................................... 2,728,000

0540-001-6051--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, for payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006.................... 20,187,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in

this item for purposes of

subdivision (n) of Section

75050 of the Public Resources

Code shall be available for

encumbrance or expenditure

until June 30, 2012, for

purposes of support, local

assistance, or capital outlay.

2. The funds appropriated in this

item for purposes of

subdivision (n) of Section

75050 of the Public Resources

Code shall continue only so

long as the United States

Bureau of Reclamation

continues to provide federal

funds and continues to carry

out federal actions to

implement the settlement

agreement in Natural Resources

Defense Council v. Rodgers

(2005)  381 F.Supp.2d 1212.

0540-001-6052--For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, for payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Fund of 2006.............. 267,000

0540-101-6051--For local assistance, Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, payable from the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and 21,050,00 Coastal Protection Fund of 2006.............. 0

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this

item shall be available for

encumbrance or expenditure

until June 30, 2013, for

purposes of support or

local assistance.

0540-490--Reappropriation, Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency. The balances specified below of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2013:

6029--California Clean Water, Clean Air,

Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal

Protection Fund

(1)  The unencumbered balance of Item

0540-101-6029, Budget Act of 2005

(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)  

6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water

Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River

and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006

(1)  Item 0540-001-6051, Budget

Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008).......... 5,100,000

0552-001-0001--For support of Office of the Inspector General............................. 26,145,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Office of the

Inspector General...... 26,145,000

0555-001-0001--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044..................... 1,049,000

0555-001-0014--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Hazardous Waste Control Account........... 332,000

0555-001-0028--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Unified Program Account................... 4,220,000

0555-001-0044--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund......................................... 1,948,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Support............ 20,541,000

(2)  Reimbursements........ -2,007,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the General Fund

(Item 0555-001-0001)  .. -1,049,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Hazardous Waste

Control Account (Item 0555-001-0014)........ -332,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the Unified Program

Account (Item 0555- 001-0028)............. -4,220,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Department of

Pesticide Regulation

Fund (Item 0555-001- 0106)................. -940,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Air Pollution

Control Fund (Item 0555-001-0115)........ -1,722,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Waste Discharge

Permit Fund (Item 0555-001-0193)........ -662,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Public Resources

Account, Cigarette

and Tobacco Products

Surtax Fund (Item 0555-001-0235)........ -56,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Integrated Waste

Management Account,

Integrated Waste

Management Fund (Item 0555-001-0387)........ -899,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Underground

Storage Tank Cleanup

Fund (Item 0555-001- 0439)................. -884,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the State Water

Quality Control Fund

(Item 0555-001-0679)  .. -739,000

(12.5)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0555-001- 0890)................. -1,500,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Rural CUPA

Reimbursement Account

(Item 0555-001-1006)  .. -835,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the Water Rights Fund

(Item 0555-001-3058)  .. -39,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Environmental

Enforcement and

Training Account

(Item 0555-001-8013)  .. -2,132,000

(16)  Amount payable from

the Environmental

Education Account

(Item 0555-001-8020)  .. -577,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item

from the Environmental Education

Account are available for

appropriation only to the extent

that funding is received in the

Environmental Education Account

established by Section 71305 of

the Public Resources Code.

0555-001-0106--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund... 940,000

0555-001-0115--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Air Pollution Control Fund...................... 1,722,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated pursuant

to this item, $586,000 shall be

expended solely for 4.0 full-

time positions to perform functions

associated with the Climate Action

Team, including tracking of state

agency actions to reduce greenhouse

gas emissions.

0555-001-0193--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Waste Discharge Permit Fund............... 662,000

0555-001-0235--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Public Resources Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 56,000

0555-001-0387--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Integrated Waste Management Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund.......... 899,000

0555-001-0439--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund..... 884,000

0555-001-0679--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the State Water Quality Control Fund.......... 739,000

0555-001-0890--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044..................... 1,500,000

0555-001-1006--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Rural CUPA Reimbursement Account.......... 835,000

0555-001-3058--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Water Rights Fund......................... 39,000

0555-001-8013--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Environmental Enforcement and Training Account................................... 2,132,000

0555-001-8020--For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection, for payment to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Environmental Education Account............. 577,000

Provisions:

1. The funding appropriated and

available for expenditure in this

item is limited to the amount

of funding received in the

Environmental Education Account

established by Section 71305 of the

Public Resources Code.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, upon the request of the

Secretary for Environmental

Protection, the Director of Finance

may authorize expenditures of up to

$5,000,000 in excess of the amount

appropriated in this item, if

sufficient funds are available in

the Environmental Education

Account, to pay for the costs

associated with the program

described in Part 4 (commencing with Section 71300) of Division 34

of the Public Resources Code, not

sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor is provided to

the chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the Legislature

that consider appropriations and

the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee.

0555-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Rural CUPA Reimbursement Account..................... 835,000

0558-001-0001--For support of the Office of the Secretary for Education.................. 971,000

Schedule:

(1)  Office of the Secretary

for Education.............. 1,033,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -62,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

is intended for support of the

Education Agency. The appropriation

is an estimate of the funding needs

from January 1, 2011, to June 30,

2011, inclusive. Legislation

establishing the agency will be

introduced and, if enacted, would be

effective on or before January 1,

2011. In the event that legislation

creating the agency is not effective

on or before January 1, 2011, or the

funds are needed prior to January 1,

2011, the unexpended balance of the

funds appropriated in this item

shall be available for expenditure

pursuant to Item 0650-011-0001, as

authorized by the Director of

Finance.

0559-001-0001--For support of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency......................... 0

Schedule:

(1)  10-Office of the Secretary

of Labor and Workforce

Development................ 3,131,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -2,718,000

(3)  Amount payable from the

Labor and Workforce

Development Fund (Item 0559-001-3078)............. -413,000

Provisions:

1. The Secretary of Labor and Workforce

Development shall report to the Director

of Finance and the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee on the progress of the

Underground Economy Enforcement Program

by January 1, 2012.

0559-001-3078--For support of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency, for payment to Item 0559-001-0001, payable from the

Labor and Workforce Development Fund........ 413,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item includes revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

0650-001-0001--For support of the Office of Planning and Research......................... 2,548,000

Schedule:

(1)  11-State Planning and

Policy Development.... 2,242,000

(2)  21-California

Volunteers............ 6,146,000

(3)  Reimbursements........ -3,367,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0650-001- 0890)................. -2,112,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the Central Service

Cost Recovery Fund

(Item 0650-001-9740)  .. -361,000

0650-001-0890--For support of the Office of Planning and Research, for payment to Item 0650-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund........................ 2,112,000

0650-001-9740--For support of the Office of Planning and Research, for payment to Item 0650-001-0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund........ 361,000

0650-011-0001--For support of the Office of Planning and Research........................ 971,000

Schedule:

(1)  Office of the Secretary

for Education.............. 1,033,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -62,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

are intended for support of the

Education Agency. The appropriation

is an estimate of the funding needs

from July 1, 2010, to December 31,

2010, inclusive. Legislation

establishing the agency will be

introduced and, if enacted, would be

effective on or before January 1,

2011. After the effective date of

that legislation, and upon the

determination that all obligations

of the agency in the Office of

Planning and Research have been met,

the unexpended balance of the

funds appropriated in this item

shall be available for expenditure

pursuant to Item 0558-001-0001, as

authorized by the Director of

Finance.

0650-101-0890--For local assistance, Office of Planning and Research, Program 21-California Volunteers, payable from the Federal Trust Fund.................... 28,000,000

0690-001-0001--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency..... 45,910,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Emergency

Management Services. 63,350,000

(2)  40-Special Programs

and Grant

Management.......... 81,831,000

(3)  65.01-

Administration and

Executive Program... 15,362,000

(4)  65.02-Distributed

Administration and

Executive........... -15,362,000

(5)  Reimbursements...... -4,279,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Unified Program

Account (Item 0690- 001-0028)........... -826,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Nuclear

Planning Assessment

Special Account

(Item 0690-001- 0029)  ............... -1,103,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Restitution

Fund (Item 0690-001- 0214)............... -300,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0690-001- 0890)............... -86,386,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Local Public

Prosecutors and

Public Defender

Training Fund (Item 0690-002-0241)...... -81,000

(12)  Amount payable

from the Victim-

Witness Assistance

Fund (Item 0690-002- 0425)............... -1,290,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Equality in

Prevention and

Services for

Domestic Abuse Fund

(Item 0690-001- 3112)  ............... -10,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the Transit System

Safety, Security,

and Disaster

Response Account,

Highway Safety,

Traffic Reduction,

Air Quality, and

Port Security

Fund of 2006 (Item 0690-001-6061)...... -2,654,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Antiterrorism

Fund (Item 0690-010- 3034)............... -2,342,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item

may be reduced by the Director

of Finance, after giving

notice to the Chairperson of the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, by the amount of

federal funds made available for

the purposes of this item in

excess of the federal funds

scheduled in Item 0690-001-0890.

2. The California Emergency

Management Agency shall charge

tuition for all training offered

through the California

Specialized Training Institute.

3. Upon approval by the Department

of Finance, the Controller shall

transfer such funds as are

necessary between this item and

Item 0690-101-0890.

4. Notwithstanding Section 8581.5

of the Government Code, the

California Emergency Council

shall not be required to publish

a biennial report on the state

of emergency preparedness for

catastrophic disasters, as

specified, during the 2010-11

fiscal year.

0690-001-0028--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Unified Program Account.. 826,000

0690-001-0029--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Nuclear Planning Assessment Special Account..................................... 1,103,000

Provisions:

1. Pursuant to subdivision (f) of

Section 8610.5 of the Government

Code, any unexpended funds from the

appropriation in the prior fiscal

year are hereby appropriated in

augmentation of this item.

0690-001-0214--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Restitution Fund......... 300,000

0690-001-0890--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund................ 86,386,000

Provisions:

1. Any funds that may become

available, in addition to the

funds appropriated in this

item, for disaster

response and recovery may be

allocated by the Department of

Finance subject to the

conditions of Section 28.00,

except that, notwithstanding

subdivision (d) of that

section, the allocations may

be made 30 days or less after

notification of the

Legislature.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the funds

appropriated in this item may

be expended without regard to

the fiscal year in which the

application for reimbursement

was submitted to the Federal

Emergency Management Agency.

0690-001-3112--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Equality in Prevention and Services for Domestic Abuse Fund...... 10,000

0690-001-6061--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Transit System Safety, Security, and Disaster Response Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006....................... 2,654,000

Provisions:

1. Upon approval of the Director of

Finance, expenditure authority for

this item may be increased by up to

$200,000 to reimburse the

Department of Finance for bond

audit costs related to the

implementation of Proposition 1B.

Any augmentation shall be

authorized no sooner than 30 days

after notification in writing to

the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or

not sooner than whatever lesser

time the chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her designee,

may determine.

0690-001-8039--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Disaster Resistant Communities Account......................... 217,000

Provisions:

1. The Department of Finance may

authorize the augmentation of the

total amount available for

expenditure under this item in

the amount of any donations from

the private sector received by the

California Emergency Management

Agency that are in excess of the

amount appropriated in this item.

Any augmentation shall be

accompanied by a spending plan

submitted by the California

Emergency Management Agency. The

spending plan shall include, at a

minimum, the source and level of

donations received to date, a

detailed description of activities

already completed and those

activities proposed, the source and

amount of any additional donations

expected to be received, and the

identification of any impact of the

spending plan on other state funds.

An approval of an augmentation of

this item shall be effective not

sooner than 30 days after the

transmittal of the approval and

spending plan to the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint committee,

or his or her designee, may

determine.

0690-002-0241--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Local Public Prosecutors and Public Defenders Training Fund..................... 81,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law restricting the costs of

administering individual programs,

the full amount of this

appropriation may be used by the

California Emergency Management

Agency for administrative costs.

0690-002-0425--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Victim-Witness Assistance Fund........................... 1,290,000

0690-003-0001--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for rental payments on lease-revenue bonds.............. 6,405,000

Schedule:

(1)  Base Rental and Fees....... 6,382,000

(2)  Insurance.................. 24,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -1,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

2. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

0690-010-3034--For support of the California Emergency Management Agency, for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from the Antiterrorism Fund....... 2,342,000

0690-101-0029--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, Program 20-- Emergency Management Services, payable from the Nuclear Planning Assessment Special Account.................. 3,440,000

Provisions:

1. Pursuant to subdivision (f) of

Section 8610.5 of the

Government Code, any unexpended

funds from the appropriation in the

prior fiscal year are hereby

appropriated in augmentation of

this item.

0690-101-0890--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 878,826,000

Schedule:

(1)  40-Special Programs

and Grant

Management.......... 878,826,000

Provisions:

1. Any federal funds that may

become available in addition to

the funds appropriated in this

item for Program 40-Disaster

Assistance are exempt from

Section 28.00.

0690-101-6061--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Transit System Safety, Security, and Disaster Response Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..... 100,000,000

Schedule:

(1)  40-Special Programs

and Grant Management.. 100,000,000

0690-102-0001--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency........ 21,471,000

Schedule:

(1)  40.20-Victim Services.. 21,471,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the California Emergency

Management Agency may provide

advance payment of up to 25 percent

of grant funds awarded to community-

based nonprofit organizations,

cities, school districts, counties,

and other units of local government

that have demonstrated cashflow

problems according to the criteria

set forth by the California

Emergency Management Agency.

2. The Director of Finance shall

include a special display table in

the Governor’s Budget under the

California Emergency Management

Agency that displays, by fund

source, component level detail for

Program 40, Special Programs and

Grant Management, related to

Criminal Justice projects. In

addition, the California Emergency

Management Agency, in consultation

with the Director of Finance, shall

provide a report to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee by

January 10 of each year that

provides a list of grantees, total

funds awarded to each grantee, and

performance statistics to document

program outputs and outcomes in

order to assess the state’s return

on investment for each component of

Program 40 for each of the three

years displayed in the Governor’s

Budget.

0690-102-0214--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Restitution Fund.............. 9,715,000

Schedule:

(1)  40.30-Public Safety............ 9,715,0

00

(a)  Internet

Crimes

Against

Children

Task Force

funding..... (500,000)

(b)  Grants to

the City of

Los Angeles. (1,000,000)

(c)  Competitive

grants to

all other

cities...... (8,215,000)

Provisions:

1. All grantees must provide a dollar-for-

dollar match to state grant funds

awarded from Schedule (1)(b) and

(1) (c)  .

2. The California Emergency Management

Agency shall submit a report and

evaluation of the grants awarded

pursuant to Schedule (1)(b) and (1)(c)

to the fiscal committees of the

Legislature not later than April 1,

2013.

3. The amount appropriated in Schedule

(1) (c)  shall be competitive grants to

cities. No grant shall exceed

$500,000, and at least two grants

shall be awarded to cities with

populations of 200,000 or less. In

awarding grants, the California

Emergency Management Agency shall give

preference to applicants that

incorporate regional approaches to

antigang activities.

4. Each city that receives a grant from

Schedule (1)(c) shall collaborate and

coordinate with area jurisdictions and

agencies, including the existing

county juvenile justice coordination

council, with the goal of reducing

gang activity in the city and adjacent

areas. Each grantee shall establish a

coordinating and advisory council to

prioritize the use of the funds.

Membership shall include city

officials, local law enforcement,

including the county sheriff, chief

probation officer, and district

attorney, local educational agencies,

including school districts and the

county office of education, and

community-based organizations.

5. Each city that receives a grant from

Schedule (1)(b) or (1)(c) shall

distribute at least 20 percent of the

grant funds it receives to one or more

community-based organizations pursuant

to the city’s application.

0690-102-0241--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Local Public Prosecutors and Public Defenders Training Fund........... 792,000

Schedule:

(1)  40.30-Public Safety........ 792,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the California Emergency

Management Agency may provide

advance payment of up to 25 percent

of grant funds awarded to community-

based, nonprofit organizations,

cities, school districts, counties,

and other units of local government

that have demonstrated cashflow

problems according to the criteria

set forth by the California

Emergency Management Agency.

0690-102-0425--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Victim-Witness Assistance Fund.......................................... 15,519,000

Schedule:

(1)  40.20-Victim

Services............... 15,519,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the California Emergency

Management Agency may provide

advance payment of up to 25 percent

of grant funds awarded to community-

based, nonprofit organizations,

cities, school districts, counties,

and other units of local government

that have demonstrated cashflow

problems according to the criteria

set forth by the California

Emergency Management Agency.

0690-102-0890--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Federal Trust Fund........ 118,882,000

Schedule:

(1)  40.20-Victim Services. 67,816,000

(2)  40.30-Public Safety... 51,066,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the California

Emergency Management Agency may

provide advance payment of up to

25 percent of grant funds awarded

to community-based, nonprofit

organizations, cities, school

districts, counties, and other

units of local government that

have demonstrated cashflow

problems according to the

criteria set forth by the

California Emergency Management

Agency.

2. This item includes $30,000,000

for the purpose of administering

funding from the federal Edward

Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance

Grant Program. The California

Emergency Management Agency

(CalEMA)  shall distribute these

funds in the 2010-11 fiscal year

consistent with the following

requirements:

(a)  $12,000,000 shall be used

to provide substance

abuse treatment for

criminal offenders

convicted of nonviolent

drug offenses in the

Substance Abuse Offender

Treatment Program

authorized under Section

11999.30 of the Health

and Safety Code, a

deferred entry of

judgment program

authorized by Section

1000 of the Penal Code, a

diversion program

authorized by Section

1000.5 of the Penal Code,

or a similar program

funded through the State

Department of Alcohol and

Drug Programs (DADP). Any

programs receiving

funding shall follow the

drug court model,

establish and maintain

protocols for the use of

drug testing to monitor

offenders’ progress in

treatment, and work

collaboratively with

probation departments,

other local law

enforcement agencies, the

district attorney, the

public defender, and

appropriate community-

based organizations. Of

this amount, $300,000

shall be for CalEMA to

enter into an interagency

agreement with DADP to

distribute and administer

these funds according to

program requirements. The

remaining $11,700,000

shall be passed through

to counties as local

assistance.

(b)  $3,000,000 shall be used

to provide resources for

reentry and prevention

services offered by

community-based

organizations. Of this

amount, $2,000,000 shall

be provided to community

programs that meet the

requirements described in

Article 4 (commencing with Section 9800) of

Chapter 2 of Part 1 of

Division 3 of the

Unemployment Insurance

Code, $500,000 shall be

provided to a community

program serving the

greater Los Angeles area

that provides wrap-around

gang intervention and

violence prevention

services and received

funding pursuant to the

United States Department

of Justice’s Juvenile

Justice Grant

appropriation contained

in the Consolidated

Appropriations Act of

2008, Division B (H.R. 2764; P.L. 110-161), and

$500,000 shall be

provided for community-

based reentry and

community integration

programs in Oakland and

Richmond. Of this

$500,000, $250,000 shall

be allocated to the

Office of

Neighborhood Safety in

Richmond and $250,000

shall be allocated to the

Mayor’s Office in

Oakland. Each city shall

have a coordinated

reentry and community

integration plan in place

before the funds are

allocated.

(c)  $10,962,611 shall be used

for the Anti-Drug Abuse

Enforcement Program to

support

multijurisdictional drug

task forces that combat

street to mid-level drug

sales, manufacturing, and

distribution at the local

level.

(d)  $3,437,389 shall be used

for the CrackDown Multi-

Community Task Force

Program that provides the

Bureau of Narcotic

Enforcement with the

financial resources to

combat the complex

problems associated with

arresting and prosecuting

major drug dealers, as

well as support local

drug enforcement teams.

(e)  $500,000 shall be used

for the Public Safety

Procurement Program to

aid state and local

agencies to purchase

equipment and property

for use in their counter-

drug and law enforcement

efforts utilizing the

federal 1033 Program and

the federal 1122 Program.

(f)  $100,000 shall be used

for the Campaign Against

Marijuana Planting to

provide resources to

multiagency efforts to

eradicate marijuana

plants throughout the

state.

0690-102-3112--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, payable from the Equality in Prevention and Services for Domestic Abuse Fund.............. 98,000

Schedule:

(1)  40.20-Victim Services....... 98,000

0690-112-0001--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, for disaster recovery costs................ 69,114,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this

item are for the state’s share

of response and recovery costs

for disasters.

2. Upon approval of the Director

of Finance, authority may be

established or increased to

reimburse state and local

agencies for out-of-state

disaster response and recovery

costs, subject to the

conditions of Section 28.00,

except that notwithstanding

subdivision (d) of the

section, the allocations may

be made 30 days or less after

notification of the

Legislature.

0690-115-0001--For local assistance, California Emergency Management Agency, for volunteer disaster service workers’ compensation................................ 1,012,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

shall be used to pay approved

volunteer disaster service workers’

compensation claims and

administrative expenditures related

to the payment of those claims by

the State Compensation Insurance

Fund.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures in this item

in excess of the amount

appropriated in this item for the

purposes of paying unanticipated

volunteer disaster service workers’

compensation claims and

administrative expenditures related

to the payment of those claims. The

Director of Finance may not approve

any expenditure unless the approval

is made in writing and filed with

the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

the chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the Legislature

that consider appropriations no

later than 30 days prior to the

effective date of approval, or

prior to whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her designee,

may determine.

0730-001-0001--For expenses of the Governor- elect and outgoing Governor, for expenditure by the Department of Finance................. 890,000

Schedule:

Transition Funding:

(a)  Governor-elect expenses as

authorized in Section

12015 of the Government

Code....................... 770,000

(b)  Outgoing Governor’s

expenses as authorized in

Section 12015.5 of the

Government Code............ 120,000

Provisions:

1. Funds scheduled in Category (a)

shall be available from November 4,

2010, to January 15, 2011.

Expenditure of these funds shall be

subject to approval by the Governor-

elect.

0750-001-0001--For support of Office of the Lieutenant Governor................... 1,029,000

0820-001-0001--For support of Department of Justice................................ 300,121,000

Schedule:

(1)  11.01-Directorate--

Administration...... 86,043,000

(2)  11.02-Distributed

Directorate--

Administration...... -86,043,000

(3)  20-Division of

Legal Services...... 352,017,000

(4)  50-Law Enforcement.. 238,696,000

(5)  60-California

Justice Information

Services............ 152,724,000

(6)  Reimbursements...... -45,585,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Attorney

General Antitrust

Account (Item 0820- 001-0012)........... -2,220,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Fingerprint

Fees Account (Item 0820-001-0017)...... -66,821,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Firearm Safety

Account (Item 0820- 001-0032)........... -335,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 0820-001- 0044)  ............... -24,069,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Department of

Justice Sexual

Habitual Offender

Fund (Item 0820-001- 0142)............... -2,199,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Travel Seller

Fund (Item 0820-001- 0158)............... -1,364,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Restitution

Fund (Item 0820-001- 0214)............... -355,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the Sexual Predator

Public Information

Account (Item 0820- 001-0256)........... -171,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Indian Gaming

Special

Distribution Fund

(Item 0820-001- 0367)  ............... -14,146,000

(16)  Amount payable from

the False Claims

Act Fund (Item 0820- 001-0378)........... -10,676,000

(17)  Amount payable from

the Dealers’ Record

of Sale Special

Account (Item 0820- 001-0460)........... -11,182,000

(18)  Amount payable from

the Department of

Justice Child Abuse

Fund (Item 0820- 001-0566)........... -365,000

(19)  Amount payable from

the Gambling

Control Fund (Item 0820-001-0567)...... -7,603,000

(20)  Amount payable from

the Gambling

Control Fines and

Penalties Account

(Item 0820-001- 0569)  ............... -47,000

(21)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0820-001- 0890)............... -34,364,000

(22)  Amount payable from

the Federal Asset

Forfeiture Account,

Special Deposit

Fund (Item 0820-001- 0942)............... -1,551,000

(23)  Amount payable from

the State Asset

Forfeiture Account,

Special Deposit

Fund (Item 0820-011- 0942)............... -568,000

(24)  Amount payable from

the Firearms Safety

and Enforcement

Special Fund (Item 0820-001-1008)...... -3,295,000

(25)  Amount payable from

the Missing

Persons DNA Data

Base Fund (Item 0820-001-3016)...... -3,388,000

(26)  Amount payable from

the Public Rights

Law Enforcement

Special Fund (Item 0820-001-3053)...... -5,718,000

(27)  Amount payable from

the DNA

Identification Fund

(Item 0820-001- 3086)  ............... -73,337,000

(28)  Amount payable from

the Unfair

Competition Law

Fund (Item 0820-001- 3087)............... -9,748,000

(29)  Amount payable from

the Registry of

Charitable Trusts

Fund (Item 0820-001- 3088)............... -2,855,000

(30)  Amount payable from

the Legal Services

Revolving Fund

(Item 0820-001- 9731)  ............... -118,515,000

(31)  Amount payable from

the Foreclosure

Consultant

Regulation Fund

(Item 0820-001- 3136)  ............... -500,000

(32)  Amount payable from

the Central

Service Cost

Recovery Fund (Item 0820-001-9740)...... -2,339,000

Provisions:

1. The Attorney General shall

submit to the Legislature, the

Director of Finance, and the

Governor the quarterly and

annual reports that he or she

submits to the federal

government on the activities of

the Medi-Cal Fraud Unit.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Department

of Justice may purchase or lease

vehicles of any type or class

that, in the judgment of the

Attorney General or his or her

designee, are necessary to the

performance of the investigatory

and enforcement responsibilities

of the Department of Justice,

from the funds appropriated for

that purpose in this item.

3. Of the amount included in

Schedule (3), $1,700,000 is

available for costs related to

the Lloyd’s of London

(Stringfellow)  litigation. Any

funds not expended for this

specific purpose as of June 30,

2011, shall revert immediately

to the General Fund.

0820-001-0012--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Attorney General Antitrust Account......................... 2,220,000

0820-001-0017--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Fingerprint Fees Account, pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 11105 of the Penal Code............ 66,821,000

Provisions:

1. The Attorney General may

augment the amount

appropriated in the

Fingerprint Fees Account up to

an aggregate of 10 percent

above the amount approved in

this act for the Division of

Criminal Justice Information

Services for unanticipated

workload associated with this

fund. The Attorney General

shall notify the chairpersons

of the budget committees of

both houses of the

Legislature, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the Department of Finance

within 15 days after the

augmentation is made as to the

amount and justification of

the augmentation.

0820-001-0032--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Firearm Safety Account................................... 335,000

0820-001-0044--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund........ 24,069,000

0820-001-0142--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-0001, payable from the Department of Justice Sexual Habitual Offender Fund............... 2,199,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item includes revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

0820-001-0158--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Travel Seller Fund. 1,364,000

0820-001-0214--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Restitution Fund... 355,000

0820-001-0256--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Sexual Predator Public Information Account................ 171,000

0820-001-0367--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund................. 14,146,000

0820-001-0378--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the False Claims Act Fund...................................... 10,676,000

0820-001-0460--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Dealers’ Record of Sale Special Account....................... 11,182,000

Provisions:

1. Dealers’ Record of Sale fees

collected pursuant to the

state law for the registration

of assault weapons shall not

exceed $20 per registrant.

2. The Attorney General may

augment the amount

appropriated in the Dealers’

Record of Sale Special Account

up to an aggregate of 10

percent above the amount

approved in this act for the

Division of Law Enforcement,

Bureau of Firearms for

unanticipated workload

associated with this fund. The

Attorney General shall notify

the chairpersons of the budget

committees of both houses of

the Legislature, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the Department of Finance

within 15 days after the

augmentation is made as to the

amount and justification of

the augmentation.

0820-001-0566--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Department of Justice Child Abuse Fund.................. 365,000

0820-001-0567--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Gambling Control Fund...................................... 7,603,000

0820-001-0569--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Gambling Control Fines and Penalties Account............... 47,000

0820-001-0890--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 34,364,000

0820-001-0942--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Federal Asset Forfeiture Account, Special Deposit Fund.. 1,551,000

0820-001-1008--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Firearms Safety and Enforcement Special Fund.............. 3,295,000

0820-001-3016--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Missing Persons DNA Data Base Fund........................ 3,388,000

0820-001-3053--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Public Rights Law Enforcement Special Fund.................. 5,718,000

0820-001-3086--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the DNA Identification Fund...................................... 73,337,000

0820-001-3087--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Unfair Competition Law Fund.................................. 9,748,000

0820-001-3088--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Registry of Charitable Trusts Fund.................... 2,855,000

0820-001-3136--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Foreclosure Consultant Regulation Fund................ 500,000

0820-001-9731--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Legal Services Revolving Fund............................. 118,515,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 28.00,

the Attorney General may

augment the amount

appropriated in the Legal

Services Revolving Fund up to

an aggregate of 10 percent

above the amount approved in

this act for Division of Legal

Services in cases where the

legal representation needs of

client agencies are secured by

an interagency agreement or

letter of commitment and the

corresponding expenditure

authority has not been

provided in this item. The

Attorney General shall notify

the chairpersons of the budget

committees of both houses of

the Legislature, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the Department of Finance

within 15 days after the

augmentation is made as to the

amount and justification of

the augmentation, and the

program that has been

augmented.

0820-001-9740--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund........................ 2,339,000

0820-003-3086--For support of Department of Justice, for rental payments on lease- revenue bonds................................ 4,105,000

Schedule:

(1)  Base Rental and Fees....... 4,094,000

(2)  Insurance.................. 12,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -1,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

2. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

0820-011-0942--For support of Department of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001- 0001, payable from the State Asset Forfeiture Account, Special Deposit Fund.. 568,000

0820-012-0378--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the False Claims Act Fund to the General Fund........................... (15,700,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in this

item is a loan to the General

Fund. The funds shall not be

transferred until the

determination is made by the

Director of Finance, in

consultation with the

Department of Justice, that

sufficient funds exist to

transfer to the General Fund,

and such a transfer would not

adversely affect the programs

funded by the False Claims Act

Fund.

2. Upon a determination by the

Director of Finance that False

Claims Act Fund revenues

exceed the amount appropriated

in Item 0820-001-0378, the

amount in excess of the

appropriation shall not have

to be repaid by the General

Fund.

3. No interest will be charged to

the General Fund upon

repayment of the loan

authorized in Provision 1.

0820-101-0214--For local assistance, Department of Justice........................ 4,855,000

Schedule:

(1)  50-Law Enforcement......... 4,855,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

shall be allocated to support the

California Witness Protection

Program. Any funds not expended for

this specific purpose shall revert

to the Restitution Fund.

0820-101-0460--For local assistance, Department of Justice, payable from the Dealers’ Record of Sale Special Account....... 28,000

Schedule:

(2)  50-Law Enforcement.......... 28,000

0820-101-0641--For local assistance, Department of Justice, payable from the Domestic Violence Restraining Order Reimbursement Fund.......................... 1,918,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

shall be expended to reimburse

local law enforcement or other

criminal justice agencies pursuant

to Chapter 707 of the Statutes of

1998.

0820-495--Reversion, Department of Justice. As of June 30, 2010, the balances specified below of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made:

0001--General Fund

(1)  Item 0820-001-0001, Budget

Act of 2009 (Ch.1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)............. 13,667,000

0840-001-0001--For support of the Controller. 73,226,000

Schedule:

(1)  100000-Personal

Services.............. 111,426,000

(2)  300000-Operating

Expenses and

Equipment............. 108,965,000

(3)  Reimbursements........ -53,100,000

(4)  Amount payable from

various special and

nongovernmental cost

funds (Section 25.25). -34,363,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Fuel Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Item 0840-001- 0061)................. -4,349,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Highway Users Tax

Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Item 0840-001- 0062)................. -1,210,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Local Revenue

Fund (Item 0840-001- 0330)................. -614,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0840-001- 0890)................. -795,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the State Penalty

Fund (Item 0840-001- 0903)................. -1,363,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Unclaimed

Property Fund (Item 0840-001-0970)........ -27,472,000

(11)  Amount payable from

various other

unallocated

nongovernmental cost

funds (Retail Sales Tax Fund) (Item 0840- 001-0988)............. -348,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the 2006 State School

Facilities Fund (Item 0840-001-6057)........ -980,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Central Service

Cost Recovery Fund

(Item 0840-001-9740)  .. -19,554,000

(14)  Amount payable from

other unallocated

special funds (Item 0840-011-0494)........ -96,000

(15)  Amount payable from

unallocated bond

funds (Item 0840-011- 0797)................. -632,000

(16)  Amount payable from

various other

unallocated

nongovernmental cost

funds (Item 0840-011- 0988)................. -90,000

(17)  Amount payable from

Central Service Cost

Recovery Fund (Item 0840-002-9740)........ -1,311,000

(18)  Amount payable

from the Public

Transportation

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Section 25.50)  ....... -19,000

(19)  Amount payable from

the Highway Users Tax

Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Section 25.50).. -306,000

(20)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

License Fee Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Section 25.50).. -17,000

(21)  Amount payable from

the DMV Local Agency

Collection Fund

(Section 25.50)  ....... -2,000

(22)  Amount payable from

the Trial Court Trust

Fund (Section 25.50).. -175,000

(23)  Amount payable from

the Timber Tax Fund

(Section 25.50)  ....... -1,000

(24)  Amount payable from

the Public Safety

Account, Local Public

Safety Fund (Section 25.50)................ -268,000

(25)  Amount payable from

the Local Revenue

Fund (Section 25.50).. -100,000

Provisions:

1. The funding provided in Item 0840-

001-0970 shall be in lieu of the

appropriation in Section 1564 of

the Code of Civil Procedure for

all costs, expenses, or

obligations connected with the

administration of the Unclaimed

Property Law, with the exception

of payment of owners’ or holders’

claims pursuant to Section 1540,

1542, 1560, or 1561 of the Code of

Civil Procedure, or of payment of

the costs of compensating

contractors for locating and

recovering unclaimed property

due the state.

2. The Controller may, with the

concurrence of the Director of

Finance and the Chairperson of the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, bill affected state

departments for activities

required by Section 20050 of the

State Administrative Manual,

relating to the administration of

federal pass-through funds.

No billing may be sent to

affected departments sooner than

30 days after the chairperson of

the joint committee has been

notified by the director that he

or she concurs with the amounts

specified in the billings.

3. (a) Notwithstanding

subdivision (b) of Section

1531 of the Code of Civil

Procedure, the Controller

may publish notice in any

manner that the Controller

determines reasonable,

provided that (1) none of

the moneys used for this

purpose is redirected from

funding for the

Controller’s audit

activities, (2) no

photograph is used in the

publication of notice, and

(3)  no elected official’s

name is used in the

publication of notice.

(b)  No funds appropriated in

this act may be expended

by the Controller to

provide general

information to the public,

other than holders (as defined in subdivision (e) of Section 1501 of the Code of Civil Procedure)

of unclaimed property,

concerning the unclaimed

property program or

possible existence of

unclaimed property held by

the Controller’s office,

except for informational

announcements to the news

media, through the

exchange of information on

electronic bulletin

boards, or no more than

$50,000 per year to inform

the public about this

program in activities

already organized by the

Controller for other

purposes. This restriction

does not apply to sending

individual notices to

property owners (as required by the Code of Civil Procedure).

4. Of the moneys appropriated to the

Controller in this act, the

Controller shall not expend more

than $500,000 to conduct

posteligibility fraud audits of

the Supplemental Security

Income/State Supplementary Payment

Program.

5. The Commission on State Mandates

shall provide, in applicable

parameters and guidelines, as

follows:

(a)  If a local agency or

school district contracts

with an independent

contractor for the

preparation and submission

of reimbursement claims,

the costs reimbursable by

the state for that purpose

shall not exceed the

lesser of (1) 10 percent

of the amount of the

claims prepared and

submitted by the

independent contractor or

(2)  the actual costs that

would necessarily have

been incurred for that

purpose if performed by

employees of the local

agency or school district.

(b)  The maximum amount of

reimbursement provided in

subdivision (a) may be

exceeded only if the local

agency or school district

establishes, by

appropriate documentation,

that the preparation and

submission of these claims

could not have been

accomplished without

incurring the additional

costs claimed by the local

agency or school district.

6. The funds appropriated to the

Controller in this item may not be

expended for any performance

review or performance audit except

pursuant to specific statutory

authority. It is the intent of the

Legislature that audits conducted

by the Controller, or under the

direction of the Controller, shall

be fiscal audits that focus on

claims and disbursements, as

provided for in Section 12410 of

the Government Code. Any report,

audit, analysis, or evaluation

issued by the Controller for

the 2010-11 fiscal year shall cite

the specific statutory or

constitutional provision

authorizing the preparation and

release of the report, audit,

analysis, or evaluation.

7. The Controller shall deliver his

or her monthly report on General

Fund cash receipts and

disbursements within 10 days after

the close of each month to the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, the fiscal committees

of each house of the Legislature,

the Department of Finance, the

Treasurer’s office, and the

Legislative Analyst’s Office.

8. For purposes of the review and

payment of any claim for

reimbursement by local government

submitted pursuant to Section

54954.4 of the Government

Code, the Controller shall use the

procedures that were in effect at

the time the claim was submitted.

9. Pursuant to subdivision (c) of

Section 1564 of the Code of Civil

Procedure, the Controller shall

transfer all moneys in the

Abandoned Property Account in

excess of $50,000 to the General

Fund no less frequently than at

the end of each month. This

transfer shall include unclaimed

Proposition 103 insurance rebate

moneys pursuant to Section 1861.01

of the Insurance Code and Section

1523 of the Code of Civil

Procedure.

10. The Controller shall provide to

the Department of Finance, the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, and

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature a report that provides

the following details by mandate:

the level of claims requested, the

amount reduced by the initial desk

audit, the amount paid, the amount

recouped, and the results of a

final audit and subsequent funding

adjustments. The report is due on

June 30, 2011, and will cover the

fourth quarter of the 2009-10

fiscal year and the first three

quarters of the 2010-11 fiscal

year.

11. To the extent authorized by

existing law, the Controller shall

recoup the amount of any

unallowable mandate claim costs

resulting from desk or field

audits of those claims.

12. The Controller’s estimate of the

state’s liability for

postemployment benefits prepared

to comply with Governmental

Accounting Standards Board (GASB)

Statement 45 shall include, in

addition to all other items

required under the accounting

statement: (a) an identification

and explanation of any significant

differences in actuarial

assumptions or methodology from

any relevant similar types of

assumptions or methodology used by

the Public Employees’ Retirement

System to estimate state pension

obligations and (b) alternative

calculations of the state’s

liability for other postemployment

benefits using different long-term

rates of investment return

consistent with a hypothetical

assumption that the state will

begin to deposit 100 percent or a

lesser percent, respectively, of

its annual required contribution

under GASB Statement 45 to a

retiree health and dental benefits

trust fund beginning in the 2007-

08 fiscal year. This provision

shall not obligate the state to

change the practice of funding

health and dental benefits for

annuitants currently required

under state law.

13. The funds appropriated to the

Controller in this item may not be

expended on additional actuarial

valuations, beyond the annual

actuarial valuation, for other

postemployment benefits, prior to

obtaining concurrence in writing

from the Department of Finance.

The additional actuarial

valuations shall only be performed

to the extent resources exist, or

if funds are provided by the

requesting agency.

14. The Controller shall provide the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees in each house of the

Legislature a report on the Human

Resources Management System

specifying the dollars

expended on the program in the

previous fiscal year and over the

life of the program and any known

savings that have occurred in the

prior fiscal year, to be submitted

annually but no later than August

30 of each year. The report should

compare the known savings with the

most recent estimate of projected

savings and explain the

methodology by which the savings

were calculated.

15. The Controller shall deliver

yearend financial data as

specified by the Department of

Finance, for the immediately

preceding fiscal year, in hard

copy and electronic format, by

October 15 of each year and

periodically as requested by the

Department of Finance. This

information is necessary for the

Department of Finance to determine

the proper beginning balance of

the current fiscal year for

budgetary purposes.

16. In the event new postage rates are

adopted by the United States

Postal Service, but not in time

for inclusion in the 2010-11 May

Revision, and the Controller’s

office notifies the Department of

Finance with its estimates of the

increased postage costs within 15

calendar days of the adoption of

new rates, the Director of Finance

may authorize expenditures in

excess of the amount appropriated

in this item by an amount

necessary to fund the postage

increase. This authorization shall

occur not less than 15 days after

the Department of Finance notifies

the Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee.

17. Notwithstanding the provisions of

Item 9840-001-0494 and Item 9840-

001-0988, the Department of

Finance may adjust the amounts

authorized under Section 25.25,

consistent with the funding

schedule included in the most

recently approved Special Project

Report for the 21st Century

Project. No adjustments shall be

made pursuant to this provision

prior to a 30-day notification in

writing to the Chairperson of the

Joint Legislative Budget Committee

and the chairpersons of the

committees of each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations.

0840-001-0061--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Account, Transportation Tax Fund.......... 4,349,000

0840-001-0062--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the Highway Users Tax Account, Transportation Tax Fund.......... 1,210,000

0840-001-0330--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the Local Revenue Fund. 614,000

0840-001-0890--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 795,000

0840-001-0903--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the State Penalty Fund. 1,363,000

0840-001-0970--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the Unclaimed Property Fund...................................... 27,472,000

0840-001-0988--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from various other unallocated nongovernmental cost funds (Retail Sales Tax Fund)................... 348,000

0840-001-6057--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the 2006 State School Facilities Fund........................... 980,000

0840-001-9740--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund........................ 19,554,000

0840-002-9740--For support of the Controller for ARRA Administrative costs, for payment to Item 0840-001-0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund. 1,311,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item are

for American Recovery and

Reinvestment Act (ARRA) audit,

oversight, and transparency

activities. The provisions of

Sections 11270 and 11274 of the

Government Code also apply to this

appropriation.

0840-011-0494--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from other unallocated special funds............................... 96,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures in excess of

the amount appropriated in this

item not sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor is provided to

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint committee,

or his or her designee, may in each

instance determine.

0840-011-0797--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from unallocated bond funds... 632,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures in excess of

the amount appropriated in this

item not sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor is provided to

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint committee,

or his or her designee, may in each

instance determine.

0840-011-0988--For support of the Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001- 0001, payable from various other unallocated nongovernmental cost funds...... 90,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures in

excess of the amount appropriated

in this item not sooner than 30

days after notification in writing

of the necessity therefor is

provided to the chairpersons of the

fiscal committees of each house of

the Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint committee,

or his or her designee, may in each

instance determine.

0840-101-0979--For allocation by the Controller from the California Firefighters’ Memorial Fund................................. 500,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

are to be allocated as follows:

(a)  To the Franchise Tax Board and

Controller for reimbursement of

costs incurred in connection with

duties under Article 9

(commencing with Section 18801)  

of Chapter 3 of Part 10.2 of

Division 2 of the Revenue and

Taxation Code.

(b)  To the California Fire Foundation

the balance in the fund for the

construction of a memorial as

authorized in that article.

0845-001-0217--For support of Department of Insurance, payable from the Insurance Fund...................................... 156,294,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Regulation of

Insurance Companies

and Insurance

Producers........... 66,549,000

(2)  12-Consumer

Protection.......... 46,426,000

(3)  20-Fraud Control.... 41,736,000

(4)  30-General Fund Tax

Collection and

Audit............... 1,833,000

(5)  50.01-

Administration...... 30,529,000

(6)  50.02-Distributed

Administration...... -30,529,000

(7)  Reimbursements...... -250,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in

this item, the Controller shall

transfer one-half of $4,938,000

upon passage of the Budget Act

and the remaining half on

January 1, 2011, to the

California Department of Aging

for support of the Health

Insurance Counseling and

Advocacy Program.

2. Of the funds appropriated in

this item, the Controller shall

transfer $316,000 upon passage

of the Budget Act and upon order

of the Director of Finance, an

additional amount up to $315,000

shall be transferred on or after

January 1, 2011, to the State

and Consumer Services Agency for

support of the Office of the

Insurance Advisor, to provide

assistance to the Governor on

insurance-related matters. The

second transfer shall be

initiated by the State and

Consumer Services Agency. The

unencumbered balance, as

determined by the State and

Consumer Services Agency for the

2010-11 fiscal year, shall

revert to the Insurance Fund.

0845-101-0217--For local assistance, Department of Insurance, payable from the Insurance Fund................................ 55,391,000

Schedule:

(1)  12-Consumer Protection. 1,500,000

(2)  20-Fraud Control....... 53,891,000

0850-001-0562--For support of the California State Lottery Commission, for payment of expenses of the lottery, including all costs incurred in the operation and administration of the lottery, payable from the State Lottery Fund..................................... (403,375,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the

California State Lottery

Commission shall submit to the

Department of Finance, the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, and the budget

committees of the Legislature,

all of the following:

(a)  In conjunction with

submission of the

commission’s quarterly

financial statements, a

report comparing

estimated

administrative costs to

budgeted administrative

costs for the 2011-12

fiscal year. The

reports shall be in

sufficient detail that

they may be used for

legislative review

purposes and for

sustaining a thorough

ongoing review of the

expenditures of the

California State

Lottery Commission.

These reports shall

include a reporting of

the lottery sales

revenues and shall

detail any

administrative funding

that is used to

supplement the prize

pool of any lottery

game.

(b)  No later than January

10, 2011, a copy of the

proposed administrative

budget for the

California State

Lottery Commission for

the 2011-12 fiscal year

that is included in the

Governor’s Budget.

(c)  No later than June 1,

2011, a copy of the

proposed administrative

budget and expected

sales revenue for the

California State

Lottery Commission for

the 2011-12 fiscal year

that is submitted to

the California State

Lottery Commission’s

Budget Committee. This

report shall detail any

administrative funding

that is proposed to be

used to supplement the

prize pool of any

lottery game.

(d)  No later than June 30,

2011, the final 2011-12

budget and revenue

projections approved by

the California State

Lottery Commission. The

report shall include

any approved revision,

and supporting

documentation, to the

June 1, 2011, proposed

budget. The report

shall detail any

administrative funding

that is proposed to be

used to supplement the

prize pool of any

lottery game.

0855-001-0367--For support of California Gambling Control Commission, payable from the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund....... 8,477,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Gambling

Control Commission.......... 8,477,000

0855-001-0567--For support of California Gambling Control Commission, payable from the Gambling Control Fund.................... 3,136,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Gambling

Control Commission. 3,136,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, upon order of

the Director of Finance, a loan

may be authorized from the

Gambling Control Fund to the

California Bingo Fund in the event

that revenues are insufficient to

cover the 2010-11 fiscal year

personnel and operating costs

incurred by the commission. The

loan shall be subject to all of

the following conditions:

(a)  The loan shall be repaid

to the Gambling Control

Fund as soon as there are

sufficient moneys in the

California Bingo Fund to

repay the amount loaned,

but no later than five

years after the date of

the loan.

(b)  Interest on the loan shall

be paid from the

California Bingo Fund at

the rate accruing to

moneys in the Pooled Money

Investment Account.

(c)  The terms and conditions

of the loan are approved,

prior to transfer of

funds, by the Department

of Finance pursuant to

appropriate fiscal

standards.

0855-001-3131--For support of California Gambling Control Commission, payable from the California Bingo Fund......................... 769,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Gambling

Control Commission...... 769,000

0855-101-0366--For local assistance, California Gambling Control Commission, payable from the Indian Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust Fund......................... 96,500,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this

item are for distribution to

noncompact tribes pursuant to

Section 12012.90 of the

Government Code.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Director

of Finance may authorize

expenditures for purposes of

this item in excess of the

amount appropriated in this

item. The Director of Finance

may not approve any

expenditure unless the

approval is made in writing

and filed with the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee and the

chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations not later than

30 days prior to the effective

date of approval, or prior to

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may determine.

3. As part of any request to

augment this item, the

California Gambling Control

Commission shall provide the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

and the chairpersons of the

committees in each house of

the Legislature that consider

appropriations a report

identifying (a) the

methodology for determining a

noncompact tribe, (b) a list

of the noncompact tribes

identified based on the

commission’s methodology, (c)

a trust fund condition report

including the amount of

revenue received from each

compact tribe, and (d) the

amount of funds to be

distributed to each noncompact

tribe. Upon receiving

additional expenditure

authority for distributing

funds under the trust fund,

the commission shall submit

that information to the

chairpersons of the committees

on a quarterly basis

concurrent with the

distribution of the funds to

the noncompact tribes.

0855-111-0367--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund, to the Indian Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust Fund................. (50,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount of any transfer

ordered by the Director of

Finance pursuant to this item

shall be the minimum amount

necessary to allow the Indian

Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust

Fund to distribute the

quarterly payments described

in Section 12012.90 of the

Government Code and meet its

other expenditure

requirements. Any remaining

portion of the amount

authorized to be transferred

pursuant to this item shall

remain in the Indian Gaming

Special Distribution Fund.

2. The Legislature finds and

declares that the amount

authorized in this item is

expected to be sufficient to

allow the Indian Gaming

Revenue Sharing Trust Fund to

distribute the quarterly

payments described in Section

12012.90 of the Government

Code during the 2010-11 fiscal

year. Accordingly, the

California Gambling Control

Commission, acting for this

purpose as the state gaming

agency under various tribal-

state compacts, shall not

direct any funds to the Indian

Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust

Fund pursuant to Section

4.3.1(l) of the amended tribal-

state compacts with the

Morongo Band of Mission

Indians, the Pechanga Band of

Luiseno Indians, and the San

Manuel Band of Mission

Indians, Section 4.3.1(k) of

the tribal-state compact with

the Shingle Springs Band of

Miwok Indians, and similar

sections of any compacts or

amended compacts ratified by

the Legislature.

3. The Chairperson of the

California Gambling Control

Commission shall immediately

submit a report to the

Director of Finance, the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the Legislative Analyst if

he or she determines that the

Indian Gaming Revenue Sharing

Trust Fund will not have

sufficient funds to distribute

the quarterly payments

described in Section 12012.90

of the Government Code

during the 2010-11 fiscal year

after consideration of the

funds authorized for transfer

by this item. No earlier than

15 days after submission of

that report, the California

Gambling Control Commission

may direct funds to the Indian

Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust

Fund, notwithstanding the

requirements of Provision 2.

0855-111-3132--For transfer by the Controller from the Charity Bingo Mitigation Fund to the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund.................. (3,467,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the

Controller shall transfer to

the Indian Gaming Special

Distribution Fund the

unencumbered balance in the

Charity Bingo Mitigation Fund

as of June 30, 2010. This is

an early, partial repayment of

the loan authorized per

Chapter 748 of the Statutes of

2008.

0860-001-0001--For support of State Board of Equalization........................... 272,905,000

Schedule:

(1)  100000-Personal

Services............ 358,925,000

(2)  300000-Operating

Expenses and

Equipment........... 123,746,000

(3)  Reimbursements...... -142,861,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Breast Cancer

Fund (Item 0860-001- 0004)............... -768,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the State Emergency

Telephone Number

Account (Item 0860- 001-0022)........... -1,410,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Fuel Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Item 0860-001- 0061)............... -23,677,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Occupational

Lead Poisoning

Prevention Account

(Item 0860-001- 0070)  ............... -742,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Childhood Lead

Poisoning

Prevention Fund

(Item 0860-001- 0080)  ............... -518,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Cigarette and

Tobacco Products

Surtax Fund (Item 0860-001-0230)...... -9,544,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Oil Spill

Prevention and

Administration Fund

(Item 0860-001- 0320)  ............... -267,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Integrated

Waste Management

Account, Integrated

Waste Management

Fund (Item 0860-001- 0387)............... -483,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Underground

Storage Tank

Cleanup Fund (Item 0860-001-0439)...... -3,254,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Energy

Resources Programs

Account (Item 0860- 001-0465)........... -257,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the California

Children and

Families First

Trust Fund (Item 0860-001-0623)...... -16,782,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0860-001- 0890)............... -442,000

(16)  Amount payable from

the Timber Tax Fund

(Item 0860-001- 0965)  ............... -2,333,000

(17)  Amount payable from

the Gas Consumption

Surcharge Fund

(Item 0860-001- 3015)  ............... -634,000

(18)  Amount payable from

the Water Rights

Fund (Item 0860-001- 3058)............... -429,000

(19)  Amount payable from

the Electronic

Waste Recovery and

Recycling Account

(Item 0860-001- 3065)  ............... -4,767,000

(20)  Amount payable from

the Cigarette and

Tobacco Products

Compliance Fund

(Item 0860-001- 3067)  ............... -598,000

Provisions:

1. It is the intent of the

Legislature that all funds

appropriated to the State Board

of Equalization for processing

tax returns, auditing, and

collecting owed tax amounts

shall be used in a manner

consistent with both its

authorized budget and with the

documents that were presented to

the Legislature for its review

in support of that budget. The

State Board of Equalization

shall not reduce expenditures or

redirect either funding or

personnel resources away from

direct auditing or collection

activities without prior

approval of the Director of

Finance. The director shall not

approve any such reduction or

redirection sooner than 30 days

after providing notification to

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee. No such position may

be transferred from the

organizational unit to which it

was assigned in the 2010-11

Governor’s Budget and the

Salaries and Wages Supplement as

revised by legislative actions

without the approval of the

Director of Finance.

Furthermore, the board shall

expeditiously fill budgeted

positions consistent with the

funding provided in this act.

0860-001-0004--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Breast Cancer Fund........................................ 768,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 30461.6 of

the Revenue and Taxation Code, or

any other provision of law,

sufficient funds to cover the costs

of the State Board of Equalization

for the collection and enforcement

of fees to be deposited in the

Breast Cancer Fund shall be

retained in the fund, and be

available to be appropriated to the

board.

0860-001-0022--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the State Emergency Telephone Number Account........ 1,410,000

0860-001-0061--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Fuel Account, Transportation Tax Fund..... 23,677,000

0860-001-0070--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Account........... 742,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item includes revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified by

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

0860-001-0080--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund................... 518,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item includes revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified by

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

0860-001-0230--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 9,544,000

0860-001-0320--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Oil Spill Prevention and Administration Fund........ 267,000

0860-001-0387--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Integrated Waste Management Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund............................. 483,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item includes revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified by

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

0860-001-0439--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund................... 3,254,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item includes revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

0860-001-0465--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Energy Resources Programs Account................ 257,000

0860-001-0623--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the California Children and Families Trust Fund.......... 16,782,000

0860-001-0890--For support of the State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund........................ 442,000

0860-001-0965--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Timber Tax Fund...................................... 2,333,000

0860-001-3015--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Gas Consumption Surcharge Fund................ 634,000

0860-001-3058--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Water Rights Fund...................................... 429,000

0860-001-3065--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Electronic Waste Recovery and Recycling Account...... 4,767,000

0860-001-3067--For support of State Board of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860- 001-0001, payable from the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Compliance Fund.......... 598,000

0890-001-0001--For support of Secretary of State....................................... 30,158,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Filings and

Registrations......... 47,372,000

(2)  20-Elections.......... 43,224,000

(3)  30-Archives........... 10,242,000

(4)  50.01-Administration

and Technology........ 23,529,000

(5)  50.02-Distributed

Administration and

Technology............ -23,529,000

(6)  Reimbursements........ -7,038,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Secretary of

State’s Business Fees

Fund (Item 0890-001- 0228)................. -37,720,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 0890-001- 0890)................. -24,361,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Victims of

Corporate Fraud

Compensation Fund

(Item 0890-001-3042)  .. -1,561,000

Provisions:

1. The Secretary of State may not

expend any special handling fees

authorized by Chapter 999 of the

Statutes of 1999 which are

collected in excess of the cost of

administering those special

handling fees unless specifically

authorized by the Legislature.

2. Of the amounts appropriated in

this item, $24,361,000 shall be

used for operational costs

associated with implementation of

the Help America Vote Act of 2002

(42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.)  .

3. Of the funds appropriated in this

item, $5,950,000 is available for

preparing, printing, and mailing

the state ballot pamphlet pursuant

to Article 7 (commencing with Section 9080) of Chapter 1 of

Division 9 of the Elections Code.

Any unexpended funds pursuant to

this provision shall revert to the

General Fund.

0890-001-0228--For support of Secretary of State, for payment to Item 0890-001- 0001, payable from the Secretary of State’s Business Fees Fund................ 37,720,000

0890-001-0890--For support of Secretary of State, for payment to Item 0890-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund.......... 24,361,000

Provisions:

1. Funds shall be expended for the

purposes approved in the Help

America Vote Act of 2002 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.)

spending plan. The amounts spent

on each activity shall not exceed

the maximum specified in the

spending plan.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, any funds not

needed for an activity authorized

in the Help America Vote Act of

2002 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.) spending plan shall not be

redirected to other activities and

are not authorized for expenditure.

3. The Secretary of State shall

forward to the Department of

Finance, the budget,

appropriations, and policy

committees in each house of the

Legislature that oversee

elections, and the Legislative

Analyst, each year prior to

January 15, until the Statewide

Voter Database is fully

implemented, a report on the

status of all of the following:

(a)  Election system security

measures, including all of

the following:

(1)  Source Code Review.

(2)  Parallel Monitoring.

(3)  Poll Monitoring,

including a review

of who conducted

the monitoring and

where they were

located.

(b)  Expected General Fund

exposure for completion of

Help America Vote Act of

2002 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.) compliance,

including expected costs of

administration.

(c)  Completion of the VoteCal

database, including

information on the costs

associated with the use of

contractors and

consultants, the names of

the contractors and

consultants used, and the

purposes for which

contractors and consultants

were used.

4. The Department of Finance may

authorize an increase in the

appropriation of this item, up to

the total amount of the program

reserve. Any such approval shall

be accompanied by the approval of

an amended spending plan submitted

by the Secretary of State

providing detailed justification

for the increased expenses. An

approval of an augmentation or of

spending plan amendments shall not

be effective sooner than 30 days

following the transmittal of the

approval to the Chairperson of the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her designee,

may determine.

5. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, any primary

vendor contract for the

development of a new statewide

voter registration database shall

be subject to the notification and

other requirements under Section

11.00. The validity of any such

contract shall be contingent upon

the appropriation of funds in

future budget acts.

6. Upon notification and approval of

a spending plan pursuant to

Provision 4, the Department of

Finance may authorize the transfer

of amounts from this item to Item

0890-101-0890 in order to realign

the budget in a manner that is

consistent with the approved plan.

7. County contracts funded by Help

America Vote Act of 2002 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.)

federal funds will be available

pursuant to Section 16304.1 of the

Government Code.

0890-001-3042--For support of Secretary of State, for payment to Item 0890-001- 0001, payable from the Victims of Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund......... 1,561,000

0890-011-3042--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Victims of Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund, to the General Fund....................................... (10,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in this

item is a loan to the General

Fund. This loan shall be

repaid with interest

calculated at the rate earned

by the Pooled Money Investment

Account at the time of the

transfer. Repayment shall be

made so as to ensure that the

programs supported by the

Victims of Corporate Fraud

Compensation Fund are not

adversely affected by the loan

through reduction in services

or through increased fees.

0890-101-0890--For local assistance, Secretary of State, payable from the Federal Trust Fund................................... 2,860,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Elections............... 2,860,000

Provisions:

1. The Department of Finance may

authorize an increase in the

appropriation of this item, up to

the total amount of the program

reserve. Any such approval shall be

accompanied by the approval of an

amended spending plan submitted by

the Secretary of State providing

detailed justification for the

increased expenses. An approval of

an augmentation or of spending plan

amendments shall not be effective

sooner than 30 days following the

transmittal of the approval to the

Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the chairperson

of the joint committee, or his

or her designee, may determine.

2. Upon notification and approval of a

spending plan pursuant to Provision

1, the Department of Finance may

authorize the transfer of amounts

from this item to Item 0890-001-0890

in order to realign the budget in a

manner that is consistent with the

approved plan.

3. County contracts funded by Help

America Vote Act of 2002 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.) federal funds

will be available pursuant to

Section 16304.1 of the Government

Code.

0890-119-0001--For local assistance, funding to counties......................... 68,228,000

Provisions:

1. The funds authorized in this item

may be apportioned to the counties

by the Controller, consistent with

the requirements of Provision 2,

in amounts not to exceed the

following:

(a)  Alameda County.... 2,770,952

(b)  Alpine County..... 10,322

(c)  Amador County..... 74,271

(d)  Butte County...... 482,702

(e)  Calaveras County.. 94,592

(f)  Colusa County..... 38,000

(g)  Contra Costa

County................ 1,849,524

(h)  Del Norte County.. 40,050

(i)  El Dorado County.. 238,902

(j)  Fresno County..... 715,000

(k)  Glenn County...... 57,170

(l)  Humboldt County... 282,669

(m)  Imperial County... 134,025

(n)  Inyo County....... 52,627

(o)  Kern County....... 1,142,090

(p)  Kings County...... 134,795

(q)  Lake County....... 114,381

(r)  Lassen County..... 110,176

(s)  Los Angeles

County................ 20,936,981

(t)  Madera County..... 118,319

(u)  Marin County...... 673,652

(v)  Mariposa County... 69,458

(w)  Mendocino County.. 212,489

(x)  Merced County..... 248,192

(y)  Modoc County...... 13,440

(z)  Mono County....... 59,500

(aa)  Monterey County.. 806,300

(bb)  Napa County...... 228,540

(cc)  Nevada County.... 332,713

(dd)  Orange County.... 4,857,822

(ee)  Placer County.... 1,115,218

(ff)  Plumas County.... 69,332

(gg)  Riverside County. 1,854,384

(hh)  Sacramento

County................ 1,858,299

(ii)  San Benito

County................ 162,696

(jj)  San Bernardino

County................ 2,810,216

(kk)  San Diego

County................ 5,041,472

(ll)  San Francisco

County................ 3,395,117

(mm)  San Joaquin

County................ 1,710,293

(nn)  San Luis Obispo

County................ 376,131

(oo)  San Mateo County. 1,565,308

(pp)  Santa Barbara

County................ 1,751,092

(qq)  Santa Clara

County................ 4,021,256

(rr)  Santa Cruz

County................ 650,000

(ss)  Shasta County.... 315,000

(tt)  Sierra County.... 14,060

(uu)  Siskiyou County.. 85,252

(vv)  Solano County.... 696,047

(ww)  Sonoma County.... 578,986

(xx)  Stanislaus

County................ 489,986

(yy)  Sutter County.... 178,500

(zz)  Tehama County.... 144,251

(ab)  Trinity County... 28,817

(ac)  Tulare County.... 371,316

(ad)  Tuolumne County.. 63,343

(ae)  Ventura County... 1,251,791

(af)  Yolo County...... 609,772

(ag)  Yuba County...... 120,355

2. Upon receipt of a report, signed

and certified as true and accurate

by the county clerk or county

registrar of voters, that

identifies the total costs for

staff salaries, services and

supplies, and postage, the

Controller shall pay the reported

costs of the counties for the May

19, 2009, statewide special

election.

0911-001-0001--For support of the Citizens Redistricting Initiative.................... 0

Provisions:

2. The Director of Finance, not sooner

than 30 days after notification to

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or any lesser time

determined by the chairperson of

the joint committee, may augment

this item by up to $1,000,000

if the Citizens Redistricting

Commission, prior to July 1, 2011,

demonstrates why the funding is

necessary.

0950-001-0001--For support of the Treasurer. 4,334,000

Schedule:

(1)  100000-Personal

Services.............. 20,335,000

(2)  300000-Operating

Expenses and

Equipment............. 6,461,000

(3)  Reimbursements........ -20,235,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the Central Service

Cost Recovery Fund

(Item 0950-001-9740)  .. -2,227,000

Provisions:

1. The Director of Finance may

authorize a loan from the General

Fund, in an amount not to exceed

the level of reimbursements

appropriated in Schedule (3) to

the Treasurer’s office, provided

that:

(a)  The loan is to meet cash

needs resulting from a

delay in receipt of

reimbursements.

(b)  The loan is short term,

and shall be repaid within

two months.

(c)  Interest charges may be

waived pursuant to

subdivision (e) of Section

16314 of the Government

Code.

(d)  The Director of Finance

shall not approve the loan

unless the approval is

made in writing and filed

with the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee and the

chairpersons of the

committees in each house

of the Legislature that

consider appropriations

not later than 30 days

prior to the effective

date of the approval, or

not sooner than whatever

lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may determine.

(e)  At the end of the two-

month term of the loan,

the Treasurer’s office

shall notify the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget

Committee whether the

Treasurer’s office has

repaid the loan pursuant

to subdivision (b).

0950-001-9740--For support of the Treasurer, for payment to Item 0950-001- 0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund........................ 2,227,000

0954-001-0001--For support of the Scholarshare Investment Board, in accordance with Article 20.5 (commencing with Section 69999.6) of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code........................ 497,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Governor’s Scholarship

Programs................... 497,000

Provisions:

1. The Scholarshare Investment Board

shall provide to the appropriate

legislative fiscal committees and

the Department of Finance a report

not later than September 30, 2010,

on the remaining accounts and funds

from the Governor’s Scholarship

Program. The report shall identify

options and recommendations on how

to minimize administrative costs of

the program. The report also shall

include data on all closed and

remaining open accounts, past and

current monthly award withdrawal

amounts, and the current value of

accounts by award cohort.

0954-001-0564--For support of the Scholarshare Investment Board, payable from the Scholarshare Administrative Fund......... 2,496,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Golden State

Scholarshare Trust

Program.................... 2,496,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the

Scholarshare Investment Board in

excess of the amount appropriated

not sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing is provided

to the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the chairperson

of the joint committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance

determine.

2. The Scholarshare Investment Board

shall provide to the Department of

Finance, the Legislative Analyst,

and the appropriate budget

subcommittees of the Legislature a

report not later than April 1, 2011,

on the Scholarshare Outreach and

Public Education (SCOPE) program.

The report shall identify the use of

the funds, including the

distribution of funds, specific uses

of the funds, strategies employed to

reach the target demographic, and

the extent to which outreach efforts

were successful in increasing the

number of families saving for higher

education.

0954-495--Reversion, Scholarshare Investment Board. As of June 30, 2010, the balance specified below of the appropriation provided in the following citation shall revert to the balance in the fund from which the appropriation was made:

0001-- General Fund

(1)  Item 0954-001-0001, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  . $170,000 or whatever

greater or lesser amount reflects

unexpended funds in Program 20--

Governor’s Scholarship Program.

0956-001-0171--For support of California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission, payable from the California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission Fund.......... 2,843,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Debt and

Investment Advisory

Commission................. 3,023,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -180,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the

California Debt and Investment

Advisory Commission in excess of the

amount appropriated not sooner than

30 days after notification in

writing of the necessity therefor is

provided to the chairpersons of the

fiscal committees and the

Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the chairperson

of the joint committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance

determine.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the scheduled repayment date

of June 30, 2011, for the $2,000,000

loan to the General Fund per Item

0956-011-0171 of the Budget Act of

2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

shall be fully repaid by July 15,

2013, subject to the provisions of

Item 0956-011-0171 of the Budget Act

of 2008 that do not conflict with

the new repayment date.

0959-001-0169--For support of California Debt Limit Allocation Committee, payable from the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee Fund............................... 1,285,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Debt Limit

Allocation Committee....... 1,285,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the

California Debt Limit Allocation

Committee in excess of the amount

appropriated not sooner than 30 days

after notification in writing of the

necessity therefor is provided to

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the chairperson

of the committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the scheduled repayment date

of June 30, 2011, for the $2,000,000

loan to the General Fund per Item

0959-011-0169 in the Budget Act of

2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

shall be fully repaid by July 15,

2013, subject to the provisions of

Item 0959-011-0169 of the Budget Act

of 2008 that do not conflict with

the new repayment date.

0965-001-0215--For support of California Industrial Development Financing Advisory Commission, payable from the Industrial Development Fund............................. 292,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Industrial Development

Financing Advisory

Commission................. 367,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -75,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the

California Industrial Development

Financing Advisory Commission in

excess of the amount appropriated

not sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor is provided to

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the chairperson

of the committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine.

0968-001-0448--For support of California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, payable from the Occupancy Compliance Monitoring Account, Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account............ 2,690,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Tax Credit

Allocation Committee....... 2,720,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -30,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the

California Tax Credit Allocation

Committee in excess of the amount

appropriated not sooner than 30 days

after notification in writing of the

necessity therefor is provided to

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the chairperson

of the joint committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance

determine.

0968-001-0457--For support of California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, payable from the Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account........ 2,111,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Tax Credit

Allocation Committee....... 2,141,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -30,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the

California Tax Credit Allocation

Committee in excess of the

amount appropriated not sooner than

30 days after notification in

writing of the necessity therefor is

provided to the chairpersons of the

fiscal committees and the

Chairperson of the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the chairperson

of the joint committee, or his or

her designee, may in each instance

determine.

0968-011-0448--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Occupancy Compliance Monitoring Account, Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account, to the General Fund........... (25,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The transfer made by this item

is a loan to the General Fund

that shall be fully repaid by

July 15, 2013. This loan shall

be repaid with interest

calculated at the rate earned

by the Pooled Money Investment

Account at the time of the

transfer. The Controller

shall, within 15 working days

of receipt of written

notification from the

Department of Finance,

transfer from the General Fund

to the Occupancy Compliance

Monitoring Account, Tax Credit

Allocation Fee Account, the

full amount of the loan or

increments thereof as

requested by the Department of

Finance. It is the intent of

the Legislature that repayment

be made so as to ensure that

current and newly authorized

programs supported by this

fund are fully and timely

implemented as approved by the

voting members of the

California Tax Credit

Allocation Committee. It is

also the intent of the

Legislature that repayment be

made so as to ensure

compliance with federal and

state statutes or

requirements. Accordingly, the

Department of Finance shall,

within 30 days of receipt of

written notification

documenting the need for the

loan repayment from the

California Tax Credit

Allocation Committee,

provide written notification

to the Controller notifying

the Controller of the amount

to be transferred from the

General Fund to the Occupancy

Compliance Monitoring Account,

Tax Credit Allocation Fee

Account.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the

scheduled repayment date of

June 30, 2011, for the

$10,000,000 loan to the

General Fund per Item 0968-011-

0448 of the Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  shall be fully repaid by

July 15, 2013, subject to the

provisions of Item 0968-011-

0448 of the Budget Act of 2008

that do not conflict with the

new repayment date.

0968-011-0457--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account to the General Fund............ (25,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The transfer made by this item

is a loan to the General Fund

that shall be fully repaid by

July 15, 2013. This loan shall

be repaid with interest

calculated at the rate earned

by the Pooled Money

Investment Account at the time

of the transfer. The

Controller shall, within 15

working days of receipt of

written notification from the

Department of Finance,

transfer from the General Fund

to the Tax Credit Allocation

Fee Account the full amount of

the loan or increments thereof

as requested by the Department

of Finance. It is the intent

of the Legislature that

repayment be made so as to

ensure that current and newly

authorized programs supported

by this fund are fully and

timely implemented as approved

by the voting members of the

California Tax Credit

Allocation Committee. It is

also the intent of the

Legislature that repayment be

made so as to ensure

compliance with federal and

state statutes or

requirements. Accordingly, the

Department of Finance shall,

within 30 days of receipt of

written notification

documenting the need for the

loan repayment from the

California Tax Credit

Allocation Committee, provide

written notification to the

Controller notifying the

Controller of the amount to be

transferred from the General

Fund to the Tax Credit

Allocation Fee Account.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the

scheduled repayment date of

June 30, 2011 for the

$10,000,000 loan to the

General Fund per Item 0968-011-

0457 of the Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  shall be fully repaid by

July 15, 2013, subject to the

provisions of Item 0968-011-

0457 of the Budget Act of 2008

that do not conflict with the

new repayment date.

0971-001-0528--For support of California Alternative Energy and Advanced Transportation Financing Authority, payable from the California Alternative Energy Authority Fund............................... 1,651,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Alternative

Energy and Advanced

Transportation Financing

Authority.................. 1,651,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Director of Finance may

authorize expenditures for the

California Alternative Energy and

Advanced Transportation Financing

Authority in excess of the amount

appropriated not sooner than 30 days

after notification in writing of the

necessity therefor is provided to

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint committee,

or his or her designee, may in each

instance determine.

2. Not later than September 2011, the

California Alternative Energy and

Advanced Transportation Financing

Authority shall report to the

Department of Finance on workload

and the level of program activity in

order to justify ongoing funding for

the program established by Chapter

10 of the Statutes of 2010.

0971-011-0382--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Renewable Resource Trust Fund to the California Alternative Energy (2,409,00 Authority Fund............................... 0)

Provisions:

1. The transfer made by this item

is a loan to the California

Alternative Energy Authority

Fund that shall be fully repaid

not later than June 30, 2013.

This loan shall be repaid

with interest calculated at the

rate earned by the Pooled Money

Investment Account at the time

of the transfer. The Controller

shall, within 15 working days

of receipt of written

notification from the

Department of Finance, transfer

from the Renewable Resource

Trust Fund to the California

Alternative Energy Authority

Fund the amount of the loan as

requested by the Department of

Finance, not to exceed

$1,398,000 in the 2010-11

fiscal year and $1,011,000 in

the 2011-12 fiscal year.

Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, beginning in

the 2011-12 fiscal year, any

fee revenue received pursuant

to the program established by

Chapter 10 of the Statutes of

2010 shall be used first to

repay a $155,000 loan made in

the 2009-10 fiscal year from

the Pollution Control Financing

Authority Fund and then to

repay the loan from the

Renewable Resource Trust Fund

made by this item.

0977-001-6046--For the support of California Health Facilities Financing Authority, payable from the Children’s Hospital Fund..... 324,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Children’s Hospital

Program..................... 324,000

0977-001-6079--For the support of California Health Facilities Financing Authority, payable from the Children’s Hospital Bond Act Fund.......................................... 157,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Children’s Hospital

Program..................... 157,000

0985-001-0890--For support of California School Finance Authority, payable from the Federal Trust Fund............................ 125,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Charter School

Facilities Program.......... 125,000

0985-001-9734--For support of California School Finance Authority, payable from the Charter School Facilities Account, 2004 State School Facilities Fund........................ 615,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Charter School

Facilities Program.......... 615,000

0985-001-9735--For support of California School Finance Authority, payable from the Charter School Facilities Account, 2006 State School Facilities Fund........................ 429,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Charter School

Facilities Program.......... 429,000

0985-101-0890--For local assistance, California School Finance Authority, State Charter School Facilities Incentive Grant Program, payable from the Federal Trust Fund....................................... 20,000,000

Provisions:

1. No charter school receiving

funds under the program

authorized under this

provision shall receive

funding in excess of 75

percent of annual lease costs

through this program or in

combination with any other

source of funding provided in

this or any other act.

STATE AND CONSUMER SERVICES

1100-001-0001--For support of California Science Center............................. 20,836,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Education......... 21,251,000

(2)  20-Exposition Park

Management........... 5,739,000

(3)  30-California

African American

Museum............... 2,628,000

(4)  40.01-Administration. 954,000

(5)  40.02-Distributed

Administration....... -954,000

(6)  Reimbursements-

Education............ -1,213,000

(7)  Reimbursements-

Exposition Park

Management........... -508,000

(8)  Reimbursements-

California African

American Museum...... -130,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Exposition Park

Improvement Fund

(Item 1100-001- 0267)  ................ -6,931,000

Provisions:

1. To generate necessary revenues

for the Exposition Park

Improvement Fund, the

Legislature encourages the

California Science Center to

consider parking and other

revenue sources instead of

general admission fees. On or

before December 1, 2010, the

State and Consumer Services

Agency and California Science

Center shall report to the

budget committees and

appropriate policy committees of

each house of the Legislature

regarding any short- and long-

term alternatives for

restructuring the Science

Center’s financing and

governance. The report shall

include an analysis of other

governmental entities’ possible

role in the financing and

governance of the Science

Center; the role of the

nonprofit California Science

Center Foundation; the use of

parking or other sources of

revenue; the policy and fiscal

implications of any

alternatives; and a possible

timeline for any recommended

changes.

1100-001-0267--For support of California Science Center, for payment to Item 1100- 001-0001, payable from the Exposition Park Improvement Fund............................ 6,931,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines

and penalties imposed as specified

in Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

1100-003-0001--For support of California Science Center, for rental payments on lease- revenue bonds................................ 2,729,000

Schedule:

(1)  Base Rental and Fees....... 2,702,000

(2)  Insurance.................. 28,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -1,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

2. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

1110-001-0024--For support of State Board of Guide Dogs for the Blind, Program 54, payable from the Guide Dogs for the Blind Fund........................................ 190,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0069--For support of the State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology, payable from

the Barbering and Cosmetology Contingent Fund. 18,245,000

Schedule:

(1)  22-State Board of

Barbering and

Cosmetology............ 18,302,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -57,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

1110-001-0093--For support of Contractors’ State License Board, for payment to Item 1110-001-0735, payable from the Construction Management Education Account... 165,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines

and penalties imposed as specified

in Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

1110-001-0108--For support of Acupuncture Board, payable from the Acupuncture Fund..... 2,614,000

Schedule:

(1)  56-Acupuncture Board....... 2,637,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -23,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0175--For support of Medical Board of California, Registered Dispensing Opticians, for payment to Item 1110-001- 0758, payable from the Dispensing Opticians Fund........................................ 309,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0205--For support of Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, Geologists and Geophysicists Program, for payment to Item 1110-001-0770, payable from the Geology and Geophysics Fund............. 1,351,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0208--For support of the Speech- Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board, for payment to Item 1110-001-0376, payable from the Hearing Aid Dispensers Account............ 1,158,000

1110-001-0210--For support of Medical Board of California, Outpatient Setting, for payment to Item 1110-001-0758, payable from the Outpatient Setting Fund of the Medical Board of California......................... 26,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues

derived from the assessment of

fines and penalties imposed as

specified in Section 13332.18 of

the Government Code.

1110-001-0264--For support of Osteopathic Medical Board of California, payable from the Osteopathic Medical Board of California Contingent Fund.............................. 1,938,000

Schedule:

(1)  70-Osteopathic Medical

Board of California........ 1,988,000

(2)  71-Naturopathic Medicine

Committee.................. 138,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -53,000

(4)  Amount payable from the

Naturopathic Doctor’s Fund

(Item 1110-001-3069)  ....... -135,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0280--For support of Physician Assistant Committee, payable from the Physician Assistant Fund..................... 1,400,000

Schedule:

(1)  59-Physician Assistant

Committee.................. 1,425,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -25,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0295--For support of California Board of Podiatric Medicine, payable from the Board of Podiatric Medicine Fund......... 1,398,000

Schedule:

(1)  61-California Board of

Podiatric Medicine......... 1,402,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -4,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0310--For support of Board of Psychology, payable from the Psychology Fund. 3,949,000

Schedule:

(1)  62-Board of Psychology..... 4,000,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -51,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0319--For support of Respiratory Care Board of California, payable from the Respiratory Care Fund........................ 3,084,000

Schedule:

(1)  64-Respiratory Care Board

of California.......... 3,150,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -66,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0326--For support of State Athletic Commission, payable from the Athletic Commission Fund.............................. 2,420,000

Schedule:

(1)  9-State Athletic

Commission................. 2,644,000

(2)  Amount payable from the

Boxers’ Pension Fund (Item 1110-002-9250)............. -104,000

(3)  Amount payable from the

State Athletic Commission

Neurological Examination

Account (Item 1110-001- 0492)...................... -120,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0376--For support of the Speech- Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board, payable from the Speech- Language Pathology and Audiology Board Fund..... 759,000

Schedule:

(1)  65-Speech-Language

Pathology and Audiology

and Hearing Aid

Dispensers Board........ 1,950,000

(2)  Reimbursements.......... -33,000

(3)  Amount payable from the

Hearing Aid Dispensers

Account (Item 1110-001- 0208)................... -1,158,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from the

assessment of fines and penalties

imposed as specified in Section

13332.18 of the Government Code.

1110-001-0492--For support of State Athletic Commission, for payment to Item 1110-001-0326, payable from the State Athletic Commission Neurological Examination Account......................... 120,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0704--For support of California Board of Accountancy, payable from the Accountancy Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund.......................................... 12,450,000

Schedule:

(1)  3-California Board

of Accountancy......... 12,746,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -296,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0706--For support of California Architects Board, payable from the California Architects Board Fund............. 3,737,000

Schedule:

(1)  06.02.020-Distributed

Cost-Architects/Landscape

Architects................. -26,000

(2)  06.10.010-California

Architects Board........... 3,768,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -5,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0735--For support of Contractors’ State License Board, payable from the Contractors’ License Fund..................... 60,346,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Contractors’ State

License Board.......... 60,864,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -353,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the Construction

Management Education

Account (Item 1110-001- 0093).................. -165,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0741--For support of Dental Board of California, payable from the State Dentistry Fund.......................................... 11,159,000

Schedule:

(1)  36.10-Dental Board of

California............. 11,409,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -250,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0757--For support of California Architects Board, Landscape Architect Technical Committee, Program 06.20, payable from California Architects Board-Landscape Architects Fund............................. 1,133,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues

derived from the assessment of

fines and penalties imposed as

specified in Section 13332.18 of

the Government Code.

1110-001-0758--For support of Medical Board of California, payable from the Contingent Fund of the Medical Board of California....... 54,333,000

Schedule:

(1)  55.10.010-Medical

Board of

California............. 55,716,000

(2)  55.15-Registered

Dispensing Opticians... 309,000

(3)  55.17-Outpatient

Setting................ 26,000

(4)  55.02.020-Distributed

Medical Board of

California............. -999,000

(5)  Reimbursements......... -384,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Dispensing

Opticians Fund (Item 1110-001-0175)......... -309,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Outpatient Setting

Fund of the Medical

Board of California

(Item 1110-001-0210)  ... -26,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

1110-001-0759--For support of Physical Therapy Board of California, payable from the Physical Therapy Fund.................... 2,945,000

Schedule:

(1)  58-Physical Therapy Board

of California.............. 3,044,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -99,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0761--For support of Board of Registered Nursing, payable from the Board of Registered Nursing Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund................................ 28,875,000

Schedule:

(1)  78-Board of

Registered Nursing..... 29,889,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -1,014,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

1110-001-0763--For support of State Board of Optometry, payable from the Optometry Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund............... 1,717,000

Schedule:

(1)  69-State Board of

Optometry.................. 1,723,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -6,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0767--For support of California State Board of Pharmacy, payable from the Pharmacy Board Contingent Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund............................ 13,470,000

Schedule:

(1)  72-California State

Board of Pharmacy...... 13,721,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -251,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified

in Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

1110-001-0770--For support of Board for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, payable from the Professional Engineers’ and Land Surveyors’ Fund.......................... 9,445,000

Schedule:

(1)  75.10-Board for

Professional Engineers

and Land Surveyors..... 9,504,000

(2)  75.20-Geologists and

Geophysicists Program.. 1,351,000

(2.5)  75.02.020-Distributed

Board for Professional

Engineers and Land

Surveyors.............. -43,000

(3)  Reimbursements......... -16,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Geology and

Geophysics Fund (Item 1110-001-0205)......... -1,351,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0771--For support of Court Reporters Board of California, payable from the Court Reporters’ Fund.................... 797,000

Schedule:

(1)  81-Court Reporters Board

of California.............. 815,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -18,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0773--For support of Board of Behavioral Sciences, payable from the Behavioral Sciences Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund............................... 8,258,000

Schedule:

(1)  18-Board of Behavioral

Sciences................... 8,430,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -50,000

(3)  Amount payable from the

Mental Health Services

Fund (Item 1110-001-3085).. -122,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0777--For support of Veterinary Medical Board, payable from the Veterinary Medical Board Contingent Fund................ 2,718,000

Schedule:

(1)  90-Veterinary Medical

Board...................... 2,744,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -26,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0779--For support of Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians of the State of California, payable from the Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians Fund.................. 12,155,000

Schedule:

(1)  91.02.020-Distributed

Vocational Nurses...... -37,000

(2)  91.10.010-Vocational

Nurses Program......... 12,544,000

(3)  Reimbursements......... -352,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-0780--For support of Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians of the State of California, payable from the Psychiatric Technician Examiners Account, Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians Fund................. 2,971,000

Schedule:

(1)  91.20-Psychiatric

Technician Program......... 2,993,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -22,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-3017--For support of California Board of Occupational Therapy, payable from the Occupational Therapy Fund................ 1,470,000

Schedule:

(1)  67-California Board of

Occupational Therapy... 1,492,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -22,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-3069--For support of the Osteopathic Medical Board of California, Naturopathic Medicine Committee, for payment to Item 1110-001-0264, payable from the Naturopathic Doctor’s Fund....... 135,000

1110-001-3085--For support of Board of Behavioral Sciences, for payment to Item 1110-001-0773, payable from the Mental Health Services Fund...................... 122,000

1110-001-3140--For support of the State Dental Hygiene Committee, payable from the State Dental Hygiene Fund.................... 1,026,000

Schedule:

(1)  47-State Dental Hygiene

Committee.................. 1,032,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -6,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-001-3142--For support of the State Dental Assistant Program, payable from the State Dental Assistant Fund.................. 1,715,000

Schedule:

(1)  36.30-State Dental

Assistant Program...... 1,731,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -16,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-002-9250--For support of State Athletic Commission, for payment to Item 1110-001-0326, payable from the Boxers’ Pension Fund................................ 104,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1110-011-0704--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Accountancy Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund to the General Fund............................... (10,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in this

item is a loan to the General

Fund and shall be repaid by

June 30, 2012. Repayment shall

be made so as to ensure that

the programs supported by the

Accountancy Fund, Professions

and Vocations Fund are not

adversely affected by the

loan. This loan shall be

repaid with interest

calculated at the rate earned

by the Pooled Money Investment

Account at the time of the

transfer.

1110-402--It is recognized that the healing arts boards within the Department of Consumer Affairs are incurring enforcement costs for Attorney General and Office of Administrative Hearing services that could have a fiscal impact beyond the amounts appropriated in their respective Budget Act items. Therefore, notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon the request of the Department of Consumer Affairs, the Department of Finance may augment the amount available for expenditure by up to $200,000 to pay Attorney General enforcement costs, and $40,000 to pay Office of Administrative Hearing enforcement costs. If the aggregate augmentation amounts exceed $200,000 for Attorney General enforcement costs or $40,000 for Office of Administrative Hearing enforcement costs, the augmentation may be made not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing to the chairpersons of the committees in each house of the Legislature that consider appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or no sooner than whatever lesser time the chairperson of the joint committee may in each instance determine. The Director of the Department of Consumer Affairs shall provide a report on or before March 1, 2011, on actual Attorney General and Office of Administrative Hearing augmentations made during the 2010-11 fiscal year, as well as a projection of future funding needs for the remainder of the fiscal year. These reports shall be provided on March 1 of each year thereafter.

1111-002-0166--For support of Arbitration Certification Program, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Consumer Affairs-Certification Account................ 1,154,000

Schedule:

(1)  23-Arbitration

Certification Program...... 1,154,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0239--For support of Bureau of Security and Investigative Services, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Private Security Services Fund............ 10,503,000

Schedule:

(1)  25.10.010-Bureau of

Security and

Investigative

Services, Private

Security Services

Program................ 11,107,000

(2)  25.02.020-Distributed

Private Security

Services............... -104,000

(3)  Reimbursements......... -500,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0305--For support of the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education, payable from the Private Postsecondary Education Administration Fund.......................... 8,052,000

Schedule:

(1)  27.10.010-Bureau for

Private Postsecondary

Education.................. 8,052,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0325--For support of Bureau of Electronic and Appliance Repair, Home Furnishings, and Thermal Insulation, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Electronic and Appliance Repair Fund....... 2,655,000

Schedule:

(1)  28.10-Electronic and

Appliance Repair

Program................. 2,668,000

(2)  28.20-Home Furnishings

and Thermal Insulation

Program................. 4,899,000

(3)  Reimbursements.......... -18,000

(4)  Amount payable from the

Home Furnishings and

Thermal Insulation Fund

(Item 1111-002-0752)  .... -4,894,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0421--For support of Bureau of Automotive Repair, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Vehicle Inspection and Repair Fund................ 112,116,000

Schedule:

(1)  31.10.016-

Automotive Repair

and Smog Check

Programs............ 112,305,000

(2)  31.02.090-

Distributed

Automotive Repair

and Smog Check

Programs............ -71,000

(3)  Reimbursements...... -118,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues

derived from the assessment of

fines and penalties imposed as

specified in Section 13332.18 of

the Government Code.

1111-002-0459--For support of Telephone Medical Advice Services Bureau, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Telephone Medical Advice Services Fund....... 149,000

Schedule:

(1)  37-Telephone Medical

Advice Services Bureau..... 149,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0582--For support of Bureau of Automotive Repair, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the High Polluter Repair or Removal Account..................... 64,304,000

Schedule:

(1)  31.20.016-Vehicle

Repair Assistance...... 19,009,000

(2)  31.20.030-Vehicle

Retirement............. 32,721,000

(3)  31.20.040-Program

Administration......... 12,574,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

2. Notwithstanding Section 26.00, the

Department of Finance may authorize

transfers among and between

Schedules (1) and (2). Any transfer

made pursuant to this provision

shall be reported in writing to the

chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee within 30 days of the

date of the transfer.

1111-002-0702--For support of Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Consumer Affairs Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund........................ 0

Schedule:

(1)  35.10.025-Division of

Investigation.............. 9,284,000

(2)  35.10.030-DCA Workers’

Compensation............... 3,350,000

(3)  35.10.035-Consumer and

Client Services Division... 60,646,000

(4)  35.02.025-Distributed

Division of Investigation.. -9,284,000

(5)  35.02.030-Distributed DCA

Workers’ Compensation...... -3,350,000

(6)  35.02.035-Distributed

Consumer and Client

Services Division.......... -59,835,000

(7)  Reimbursements............. -811,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item may

include revenues derived from the

assessment of fines and penalties imposed

as specified in Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

2. The Department of Consumer Affairs shall

report to the Department of Finance and

the Joint Legislative Budget Committee at

the conclusion of the project, but no

later than October 1, 2013, on the status

of the BreEZe project, including

implementation by healing arts boards,

funding allocations, preliminary usage

information among new and existing

licensees, and a workload analysis for the

positions established to support this

project.

3. In recognition of operational

efficiencies resulting from the

implementation of the BreEZe information

technology project by participating

boards, bureaus, and divisions of the

Department of Consumer Affairs, a

departmentwide budget reduction of

$500,000 (special funds) will be

effectuated in the 2014-15 fiscal year and

ongoing fiscal years. However, to the

extent that additional resources are

needed to protect California consumers,

boards, bureaus, and divisions of the

department may pursue budget augmentations

through the annual budget process.

1111-002-0717--For support of Cemetery and Funeral Bureau, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Cemetery Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund............... 2,382,000

Schedule:

(1)  38.10.005-Cemetery Program. 2,616,000

(2)  38.02.010-Distributed

Cemetery Program........... -115,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -119,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0750--For support of Cemetery and Funeral Bureau, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the State Funeral Directors and Embalmers Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund........................... 1,708,000

Schedule:

(1)  38.20-Funeral Directors

and Embalmers Program...... 1,720,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -12,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0752--For support of Bureau of Electronic and Appliance Repair, Home Furnishings, and Thermal Insulation, Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Program, for payment to Item 1111-002-0325, payable from the Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Fund............................. 4,894,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-0769--For support of Bureau of Security and Investigative Services, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Private Investigator Fund................ 962,000

Schedule:

(1)  25.20-Private

Investigators Program...... 978,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -16,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-3108--For support of Professional Fiduciaries Bureau, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Professional Fiduciary Fund............................... 293,000

Schedule:

(1)  89-Professional

Fiduciaries Bureau......... 293,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

1111-002-3122--For support of Bureau of Automotive Repair, Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Enhanced Fleet Modernization Subaccount in the High Polluter Removal and Repair Account.................... 16,753,000

Schedule:

(1)  31.30.010-Off-Cycle

Vehicle Retirement..... 12,125,000

(2)  31.30.020-Vehicle

Voucher Program........ 3,250,000

(3)  31.30.030-Enhanced

Program Administration. 1,378,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, upon request of the

Department of Consumer Affairs, the

Department of Finance may augment

the amount available for

expenditure to pay for additional

off-cycle retirements. The

augmentation may only be made no

sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing to the

chairpersons of the committees in

each house of the Legislature that

consider appropriations and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or no

sooner than whatever lesser time

the chairperson of the joint

committee may in each instance

determine. The amount of funds

augmented shall be consistent with

actual program participation and

available revenues in the

Enhanced Fleet Modernization

Account.

1111-011-3122--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Enhanced Fleet Modernization Subaccount to the General Fund....................................... (60,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in this

item is a loan to the General

Fund and shall be repaid by

June 30, 2012. Repayment shall

be made so as to ensure that

the programs supported by the

Enhanced Fleet

Modernization Subaccount are

not adversely affected by the

loan. This loan shall be

repaid with interest

calculated at the rate earned

by the Pooled Money Investment

Account at the time of the

transfer.

1690-001-0217--For support of Alfred E. Alquist Seismic Safety Commission, payable from the Insurance Fund....................... 1,144,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Alfred E. Alquist

Seismic Safety

Commission.................. 1,226,000

(2)  Reimbursements.............. -82,000

1700-001-0001--For support of Department of Fair Employment and Housing................... 16,539,000

Schedule:

(1)  50-Administration of

Civil Rights Law....... 21,930,000

(2)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust Fund

(Item 1700-001-0890)  ... -5,391,000

1700-001-0890--For support of Department of Fair Employment and Housing, for payment to Item 1700-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund............... 5,391,000

1705-001-0001--For support of Fair Employment and Housing Commission........................ 1,055,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Fair Employment and

Housing Commission.......... 1,223,000

(2)  Reimbursements.............. -168,000

1730-001-0001--For support of Franchise Tax Board................................. 548,818,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Tax Programs..... 550,327,000

(2)  20-Homeowners and

Renters Assistance.. 0

(3)  30-Political Reform

Audit (1,577,000)... 0

(4)  50-DMV Collections.. 8,627,000

(5)  60-Court

Collections......... 11,758,000

(6)  70-Contract Work.... 14,123,000

(7)  80.01-

Administration...... 28,846,000

(8)  80.02-Distributed

Administration...... -28,846,000

(9)  Reimbursements...... -15,121,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 1730-001- 0044)  ............... -2,997,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

License Fee

Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Item 1730-001- 0064)............... -5,630,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Emergency Food

Assistance Program

Fund (Item 1730-001- 0122)............... -6,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Delinquent Tax

Collection Fund

(Section 19378 of the Revenue and Taxation Code)  ...... -404,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the Fish and Game

Preservation Fund

(Endangered and Rare Fish, Wildlife, and Plant Species Conservation and Enhancement Account) (Item 1730- 001-0200)  ........... -13,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Court

Collection Account

(Item 1730-001- 0242)  ............... -11,758,000

(16)  Amount payable from

the State

Children’s Trust

Fund (Item 1730- 001-0803)........... -11,000

(17)  Amount payable from

the California

Alzheimer’s Disease

and Related

Disorders Research

Fund (Item 1730-001- 0823)............... -11,000

(18)  Amount payable from

the California

Seniors Special

Fund (Item 1730-001- 0886)............... -4,000

(19)  Amount payable from

the California

Breast Cancer

Research Fund (Item 1730-001-0945)...... -7,000

(20)  Amount payable from

the California

Peace Officer

Memorial Foundation

Fund (Item 1730-001- 0974)............... -5,000

(21)  Amount payable from

the California

Firefighters’

Memorial Fund (Item 1730-001-0979)...... -7,000

(22)  Amount payable from

the California Fund

for Senior Citizens

(Item 1730-001- 0983)  ............... -7,000

(23)  Amount payable from

the California

Military Family

Relief Fund (Item 1730-001-8022)...... -6,000

(24)  Amount payable from

the California Sea

Otter Fund (Item 1730-001-8047)...... -6,000

(25)  Amount payable from

the ALS/Lou

Gehrig’s Disease

Research Fund (Item 1730-001-8053)...... -6,000

(26)  Amount payable from

the California

Cancer Research

Fund (Item 1730-001- 8054)............... -6,000

(27)  Amount payable from

the Municipal

Shelter Spay-Neuter

Fund (Item 1730-001- 8055)............... -6,000

(28)  Amount payable from

the California

Ovarian Cancer

Research Fund (Item 1730-001-8056)...... -6,000

Provisions:

1. It is the intent of the

Legislature that all funds

appropriated to the Franchise

Tax Board for processing tax

returns, auditing, and

collecting owed tax amounts

shall be used in a manner

consistent with both its

authorized budget and with the

documents that were presented

to the Legislature for its

review in support of that

budget. The Franchise Tax Board

shall not reduce

expenditures or redirect either

funding or personnel resources

away from direct auditing or

collection activities without

prior approval of the Director

of Finance. The director shall

not approve any such reduction

or redirection sooner than 30

days after providing

notification to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee.

No such position may be

transferred from the

organizational unit to which it

was assigned in the 2010-11

Governor’s Budget and the

Salaries and Wages Supplement

as revised by legislative

actions without the approval of

the Department of Finance.

Furthermore, the board shall

expeditiously fill budgeted

positions consistent with the

funding provided in this act.

2. It is the intent of the

Legislature that the Franchise

Tax Board resolve tax

controversies, without

litigation, on a basis that is

fair to both the state and

the taxpayer and in a manner

that will enhance voluntary

compliance and public

confidence in the integrity and

efficiency of the board.

3. During the 2010-11 fiscal year,

the collection cost recovery

fee for purposes of

subparagraph (A) of paragraph

(1)  of subdivision (a) of

Section 19254 of the Revenue

and Taxation Code shall be

$170, and the filing

enforcement cost recovery fee

for purposes of subparagraph

(A)  of paragraph (2) of that

subdivision shall be $100.

4. During the 2010-11 fiscal year,

the collection cost recovery

fee for purposes of

subparagraph (B) of paragraph

(1)  of subdivision (a) of

Section 19254 of the Revenue

and Taxation Code shall be

$291, and the filing

enforcement cost recovery fee

for purposes of subparagraph

(B)  of paragraph (2) of that

subdivision shall be $113.

1730-001-0044--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund........ 2,997,000

1730-001-0064--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle License Fee Account, Transportation Tax Fund...................................... 5,630,000

1730-001-0122--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the Emergency Food Assistance Program Fund................... 6,000

1730-001-0200--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the Fish and Game Preservation Fund (Endangered and Rare Fish, Wildlife, and Plant Species Conservation and Enhancement Account)..... 13,000

1730-001-0242--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the Court Collection Account................................... 11,758,000

1730-001-0803--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the State Children’s Trust Fund................................ 11,000

1730-001-0823--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Research Fund............................. 11,000

1730-001-0886--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Seniors Special Fund.............................. 4,000

1730-001-0945--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Breast Cancer Research Fund...................... 7,000

1730-001-0974--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Peace Officer Memorial Foundation Fund.......... 5,000

1730-001-0979--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Firefighters’ Memorial Fund............... 7,000

1730-001-0983--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Fund for Senior Citizens....................... 7,000

1730-001-8022--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Military Family Relief Fund............... 6,000

1730-001-8047--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Sea Otter Fund................................ 6,000

1730-001-8053--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the ALS/Lou Gehrig’s Disease Research Fund..................... 6,000

1730-001-8054--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Cancer Research Fund............................. 6,000

1730-001-8055--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the Municipal Shelter Spay-Neuter Fund.......................... 6,000

1730-001-8056--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001- 0001, payable from the California Ovarian Cancer Research Fund...................... 6,000

1730-002-0001--For support of Franchise Tax Board, for rental payments on lease-revenue bonds........................................ 3,145,000

Schedule:

(1)  Central Office-- Buildings

1 and 2.................... 3,082,000

(2)  Insurance.................. 64,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -1,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

2. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

1730-004-0001--For support of Franchise Tax Board....................................... (600,000)

Provisions:

1. The Franchise Tax Board shall have

advance authority to incur

contingent obligations for vendor

services associated with the

development of a transfer pricing

audit program in an amount not

to exceed $600,000 beginning during

the 2009-10 fiscal year, for

delivery beginning in the 2011-12

fiscal year.

1760-001-0002--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760- 001-0666, payable from the Property Acquisition Law Money Account............... 3,275,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this

item, $1,305,000 is a loan from the

General Fund, provided for the

purposes of supporting the

management of the state’s real

property assets.

2. Repayment of loans provided for the

purposes of supporting the

management of the state’s real

property assets shall be repaid

within 60 days of the close of

escrow from the sale of surplus

property, pursuant to Section 11011

of the Government Code.

3. To the extent that the annual

surplus property listing enacted in

separate legislation changes the

workload related to the management

of the state’s real property

assets, the Director of Finance may

adjust the amount of the General

Fund loan and the total amount

appropriated in this item not

sooner than 30 days after

notifying the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee.

4. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, 2010-11 fiscal year

revenues from Third Party

Cogeneration Projects previously

shared between state agencies and

the Energy Resources Fund shall be

deposited in the General Fund.

1760-001-0003--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Motor Vehicle Parking Facilities Moneys Account. 2,342,000

1760-001-0006--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760- 001-0666, payable from the Disability Access Account.............................. 6,986,000

Provisions:

6. Provisions 6, 7, and 8 of Item 1760-

001-0328 also apply to this item.

1760-001-0026--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760- 001-0666, payable from the State Motor Vehicle Insurance Account................... 5,166,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, Section 16379 of the

Government Code shall govern

the payment of claims for the

purposes of this item.

1760-001-0328--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760- 001-0666, payable from the Public School Planning, Design, and Construction Review Revolving Fund............................... 53,257,000

Provisions:

6. The Director of Finance may

augment this item by up to an

aggregate of 10 percent in

cases where existing resources

are insufficient for the

Division of the State Architect

(DSA)  to provide statutorily

required services to customers

and the DSA has identified

sufficient revenue. Upon

augmentation of this item, the

Department of Finance shall

provide notification in writing

to the chairpersons of the

fiscal committees of each house

of the Legislature and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

including the amount and

justification, within 30 days

of approval of the augmentation.

7. If resources continue to be

insufficient for the DSA to

provide statutorily required

services to customers and the

Division of the State Architect

(DSA)  has identified sufficient

revenue, the Director of

Finance may further augment

this item not sooner than 30

days after notification in

writing is provided to the

chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee. Any augmentation

that is deemed to be necessary

on a permanent basis shall be

submitted for review as part of

the normal budget development

process.

8. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, including

subdivision (d) of Section 1.80

of the annual Budget Act, in

the absence of an enacted

budget, Section 17301 of the

Education Code, subdivision (d)

of Section 4454 of the

Government Code, and

subdivision (c) of Section

4459.8 of the Government Code

are deemed in effect.

Expenditures shall be charged

to non-Budget Act

appropriations until they can

be transferred to Budget Act

appropriations.

9. Provisions 6, 7, and 8 of this

item also apply to Item 1760-

001-0006 and Item 1760-001-3091.

10. Of the funds appropriated in

this item, $500,000 is for the

Office of State Audits and

Evaluations (OSAE) to conduct a

performance audit to evaluate

the efficiency and

effectiveness of the DSA school

construction plan review

program. Prior to completion of

this audit, the Division of the

State Architect (DSA) is

prohibited from hiring any

additional staff to monitor

plan review workload or

otherwise developing

performance metrics for plan

review workload. In the interim

period, DSA shall provide

minimum monthly updates per the

requirements of adopted

supplemental report language.

Following completion of the

audit, OSAE will recommend

appropriate staffing levels,

work process improvements, and

performance metrics to be

established for DSA to

ensure timely review and

approval of school construction

plans.

1760-001-0465--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Energy Resources Programs Account................ 1,715,000

1760-001-0602--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760- 001-0666, payable from the Architecture 42,053,00 Revolving Fund............................... 0

Provisions:

1. Funds available from prior year

General Fund appropriations for

State Capitol repairs were

subsequently transferred to the

Architecture Revolving Fund for

expenditure. The Department of

General Services, in

consultation with the Joint

Committee on Rules, shall

develop a plan for State

Capitol repairs. The Department

of General Services must submit

planned expenditures to the

Joint Committee on Rules for

approval no less than 30 days

prior to the expenditure or

encumbrance. If, after 30 days,

the Joint Committee on Rules

raises no objections to the

expenditures, the Department of

General Services may proceed as

planned.

1760-001-0666--For support of Department of General Services, payable from the Service Revolving Fund..................... 434,973,000

Schedule:

(1)  Program support...... 1,108,098,00

0

(2)  Distributed services. -11,145,000

(3)  Reimbursements--

Lease revenue........ -1,000

(4)  Reimbursements--

FI$Cal............... -3,187,000

(5)  Reimbursements from

Motor Vehicle

Parking Facilities

Account-Lease

Revenue.............. -1,000

(6)  Reimbursements for

rental payments--

Cal-EPA building..... -1,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the General Fund

(Item 1760-002-0001)  . -348,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Property

Acquisition Law

Money Account (Item 1760-001-0002)....... -3,275,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Parking Facilities

Moneys Account (Item 1760-001-0003)....... -2,342,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Disability

Access Account (Item 1760-001-0006)....... -6,986,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the State Motor

Vehicle

Insurance Account

(Item 1760-001-0026)  . -5,166,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Public School

Planning, Design,

and Construction

Review Revolving

Fund (Item 1760-001- 0328)................ -53,257,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the Energy Resources

Programs Account

(Item 1760-001-0465)  . -1,715,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Architecture

Revolving Fund (Item 1760-001-0602)....... -42,053,000

(16)  Amount payable from

the State School

Building Aid Fund

(Item 1760-001-0739)  . -300,000

(17)  Amount payable from

the State School

Deferred Maintenance

Fund (Item 1760-001- 0961)................ -160,000

(18)  Amount payable from

the Certified Access

Specialist Fund

(Item 1760-001-3091)  . -270,000

(19)  Amount payable from

the Building

Standards

Administration

Special Revolving

Fund (Item 1760-001- 3144)................ -664,000

(20)  Amount payable from

the 2006 State

School Facilities

Fund (Item 1760-001- 6057)................ -14,712,000

(21)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Parking Facilities

Moneys Account (Item 1760-002-0003)....... -1,085,000

(22)  Amount payable from

the Service

Revolving Fund (Item 1760-002-0666)....... -187,983,000

(23)  Amount payable from

the Service

Revolving Fund (Item 1760-003-0666)....... -14,495,000

(24)  Amount payable from

the Service

Revolving Fund (Item 1760-004-0666)....... -323,979,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, revenues from

the sale of legislative bills and

publications received by the

Legislative Bill Room shall be

deposited in the Service

Revolving Fund.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, if the Director

of General Services determines in

writing that there is

insufficient cash in a special

fund under his or her authority

to make one or more payments

currently due and payable, he or

she may order the transfer of

moneys to that special fund in

the amount necessary to make

payment or payments, as a loan

from the Service Revolving Fund.

That loan shall be subject to all

of the following conditions:

(a)  No loan shall be made

that would interfere with

carrying out the object

for which the Service

Revolving Fund was

created.

(b)  The loan shall be repaid

as soon as there are

sufficient moneys in the

recipient fund to repay

the amount loaned, but no

later than 18 months

after the date of the

loan. The amount loaned

shall not exceed the

amount that the fund or

program is authorized at

the time of the loan to

expend during the 2010-11

fiscal year from the

recipient fund except as

otherwise provided in

Provisions 4, 5, and 6.

(c)  The terms and conditions

of the loan are approved,

prior to the transfer of

funds, by the Department

of Finance pursuant to

appropriate fiscal

standards.

3. The Director of General Services

may augment this item or any

of Items 1760-001-0002, 1760-001-

0003, 1760-001-0026, and 1760-001-

0602, by up to an aggregate of 10

percent in cases where (a) the

Legislature has approved funds

for a customer for the purchase

of services or equipment through

the Department of General

Services (DGS) and the

corresponding expenditure

authority has not been provided

in this item or (b) a local

government entity or the federal

government has requested services

from the DGS. Any augmentation

that is deemed to be necessary on

a permanent basis shall be

submitted for review as part of

the normal budget development

process. If the Director of

General Services augments this

item or Item 1760-001-0002, 1760-

001-0003, 1760-001-0026, or 1760-

001-0602, the DGS shall notify

the Director of Finance within 30

days after that augmentation is

made as to the amount,

justification, and the program

augmented. Any augmentation made

in accordance with this provision

shall not result in an increase

in any rate charged to other

departments for services or

the purchase of goods without the

prior written consent of the

Director of Finance. The Director

of General Services shall not use

this provision to augment this

item or Item 1760-001-0002, 1760-

001-0003, 1760-001-0026, or 1760-

001-0602 for costs of which the

DGS had knowledge in time to

include in the May Revision.

4. If this item or Item 1760-001-

0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-

0026, or 1760-001-0602 is

augmented pursuant to Provision 3

by the maximum allowed under that

provision, the Director of

Finance may further augment the

item or items in cases where (a)

the Legislature has approved

funds for a customer for the

purchase of services or equipment

through the Department of General

Services (DGS) and the

corresponding expenditure

authority has not been provided

in these items or (b) a local

government entity or the

federal government has requested

services from the DGS. Any

augmentation that is deemed to be

necessary on a permanent basis

shall be submitted for review as

part of the normal budget

development process. The Director

of Finance shall not use this

provision to augment this item or

Item 1760-001-0002, 1760-001-

0003, 1760-001-0026, or 1760-001-

0602 for costs of which the

Director of Finance or the

Department of General Services

had knowledge in time to include

in the May Revision.

5. The Director of General Services

may augment this item and Items

1760-001-0003 and 1760-001-0026

to increase authorized

expenditures by the Office of

State Publishing, the Office of

Risk and Insurance Management,

and the Office of Fleet

Administration. The augmentation

shall be for the specific purpose

of enabling the Office of State

Publishing, the Office of

Risk and Insurance Management,

and the Office of Fleet

Administration to provide

competitive services to their

customers (including local government entities or the federal government) and may be

made only if the office has

sufficient operating reserves

available to fund the

augmentation. If the Director of

General Services proposes to

augment any of the items in this

provision, the director shall

notify the Director of Finance,

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature, and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee 30 days prior to making

the augmentation, including the

amount, justification, and the

office augmented. Any

augmentation that is deemed to be

necessary on a permanent basis

shall be submitted for review as

part of the normal budget

development process.

6. Any augmentation made

pursuant to Provisions 3 and 4

shall be reported in writing to

the chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee within 30 days of the

date the augmentation is

approved. This notification shall

be provided in a format

consistent with normal budget

change requests, including

identification of the amount of,

and justification for, the

augmentation, and the program

that has been augmented. Copies

of the notification shall be

provided to the Director of

Finance.

7. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Director of

General Services or his or her

designee, in lieu of the Director

of Finance, is authorized to

approve Budget Revision, Standard

Form 26, subject to a copy being

provided to the Department of

Finance.

8. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, due to the

inability to issue energy

efficiency revenue bonds pursuant

to Chapter 2.7 (commencing with Section 15814.10) of Part 10b of

Division 3 of Title 2 of the

Government Code, in order to

repay the General Fund for the

cost of completing energy

efficiency projects on specified

buildings, the Department of

General Services shall, within 10

fiscal years, recover an amount

sufficient to repay the costs

associated with completed energy

efficiency projects plus 5-

percent interest, through utility

rates charged to tenants. On

August 1 of each fiscal year

beginning with the 2005-06 fiscal

year, the Department of General

Services shall transfer that

amount to the General Fund. Once

the General Fund has been fully

repaid, the Department of General

Services shall adjust utility

rates for all tenants to

accurately reflect the current

rates.

9. The Director of Finance is

authorized to increase this item

for purposes of funding tenant

improvement projects to

facilitate the backfill of vacant

space within stand-alone

Department of General Services

(DGS)  bond-funded office

buildings. This provision shall

only be used to augment

expenditure authority for DGS

stand-alone individual rate

office buildings where a $0.03

tenant improvement surcharge has

been approved by the Director of

Finance and is included in the

monthly rental rate. Director of

Finance approval is contingent

upon justification for the

proposed tenant improvement

projects to be provided by the

DGS including an analysis of cost

impacts and how the tenant

improvements will improve the

state’s utilization of the

facility. Any augmentation made

in accordance with this provision

shall not result in an increase

in any rate charged to other

departments for services without

the prior written consent of the

Director of Finance. Any

augmentation made pursuant to

this provision may be authorized

not sooner than 30 days after

notification in writing to the

chairpersons of the fiscal

committees of each house of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee.

1760-001-0739--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the State School Building Aid Fund.................. 300,000

1760-001-0961--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the State School Deferred Maintenance Fund.......... 160,000

1760-001-3091--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760- 001-0666, payable from the Certified Access Specialist Fund............................. 270,000

Provisions:

6. Provisions 6, 7, and 8 of Item 1760-

001-0328 also apply to this item.

1760-001-3144--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Building Standards Administration Special Revolving Fund............................ 664,000

1760-001-6057--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the 2006 State School Facilities Fund.............. 14,712,000

1760-002-0001--For support of Department of General Services, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666............................. 348,000

1760-002-0003--For support of Department of General Services, for rental payments on lease-revenue bonds, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Motor Vehicle Parking Facilities Moneys Account.... 1,085,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this

item are for the following:

(a)  Base Rental and Fees... 1,075,000

(b)  Insurance.............. 11,000

(c)  Reimbursements......... -1,000

2. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

3. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that

are not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

1760-002-0666--For support of Department of General Services, for rental payments on lease-revenue bonds, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Service Revolving Fund.............................. 187,983,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

are for the following:

(a)  Base Rental and Fees. 187,136,00

0

(1)  Capitol Area

Development

Authority,

Sacramento... 700,000

(2)  State Office

Building,

Riverside.... 2,182,000

(3)  Department

of Justice

Building,

Sacramento... 4,696,000

(4)  San

Francisco

Civic Center

Building..... 22,387,000

(5)  Ronald

Reagan

Building,

Los Angeles.. 18,045,000

(6)  Elihu M.

Harris

Building,

Oakland...... 9,640,000

(7)  Los Angeles

Junipero

Serra II..... 4,756,000

(8)  State Office

Building,

San Diego

(Suburban)  ... 2,889,000

(9)  Capitol East

End Garage... 980,000

(10)  Stephen P.

Teale Data

Center....... 3,509,000

(11)  Capitol Area

East End

Complex...... 32,671,000

(12)  Butterfield

Warehouse

Plant........ 2,502,000

(13)  Food and

Agriculture.. 1,362,000

(14)  Butterfield

Office

Building..... 16,180,000

(15)  Caltrans San

Diego Office

Building..... 5,807,000

(16)  Board of

Equalization

Building

Acquisition.. 8,178,000

(17)  Office

Building #10. 1,860,000

(18)  State

Archives..... 12,260,000

(19)  Office

Building #8.. 6,846,000

(20)  Marysville,

District 3... 6,175,000

(21)  Central

Plant....... 18,000,000

(22)  Library and

Courts

Renovation... 5,511,000

(b)  Insurance............. 848,000

(c)  Reimbursements........ -1,000

2. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

3. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

1760-003-0666--For support of Department of General Services, for rental payments on California Environmental Protection Agency building, for payment to Item 1760- 001-0666, payable from the Service Revolving Fund............................. 14,495,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall

transfer funds appropriated in

this item for base rental,

fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the

schedule submitted by the

State Public Works Board or

the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment

dates in any related Facility

Lease or Indenture, the

schedule may provide for an

earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are

met and base rental payments

are paid in full when due.

2. This item may contain

adjustments pursuant to

Section 4.30 that are not

currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall

be reported to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

pursuant to Section 4.30.

1760-004-0666--For support of Department of General Services, for payments for natural gas purchases, for payment to Item 1760-001-0666, payable from the Service Revolving Fund............................. 323,979,000

Provisions:

1. Provisions 3, 4, and 6 of Item

1760-001-0666 also apply

to this item.

1760-301-0768--For capital outlay, Department of General Services, payable from the Earthquake Safety and Public Buildings Rehabilitation Fund of 1990................... 5,452,000

Schedule:

(1)  50.99.428-Department of

Corrections and

Rehabilitation, California

Institute for Women at

Frontera, Corona: Walker

Clinic and Infirmary,

Structural Retrofit--

Construction................ 5,452,000

1760-490--Reappropriation, Department of General Services. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in the appropriations:

0660--Public Buildings Construction Fund

(1)  Item 1760-301-0660, Budget Act of 2005

(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)  , as

reappropriated by Item 1760-490, Budget

Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008) and Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  50.10.151-Library and Courts

Renovation--Construction

+

(2)  Item 1760-301-0660, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  , as

reappropriated by Item 1760-490, Budget

Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  50.10.151-Library and Courts

Renovation--Construction

0768--Earthquake Safety and Public Building

Construction Fund of 1990

(1)  Item 1760-301-0768, Budget Act of 2006

(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)  , as

reappropriated by Item 1760-490, Budget

Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(2)  50.99.091-Department of

Corrections and

Rehabilitation, DVI, Tracy,

Hospital Building: Structural

Retrofit--Construction

+

(2)  Item 1760-301-0768, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  , as

reappropriated by Item 1760-490, Budget

Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(2.5)  50.99.091-California

Department of Corrections and

Rehabilitation, DVI, Tracy,

Hospital Building: Structural

Retrofit--Construction

1760-491--Reappropriation, Department of General Services. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the periods to liquidate encumbrances in the following citations are extended as cited below:

0660--Public Buildings Construction Fund

(1)  The period to liquidate the encumbrances

in the following citation is extended to

June 30, 2011:

(1)  Item 1760-301-0660, Budget Act

of 2002 (Ch. 379, Stats. 2002),

as reappropriated by 1760-490,

Budget Act of 2003 (Ch. 157, Stats. 2003), as reappropriated

by 1760-490, Budget Act of 2005

(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)  

(3)  50.10.161-Office

Building 10 Renovation,

721 Capitol Mall,

Sacramento--Construction

(2)  The periods to liquidate the

encumbrances in the following citations

are extended to June 30, 2012:

(1)  Item 1760-301-0660, Budget Act

of 2002 (Ch. 379, Stats. 2002),

as reappropriated by 1760-490,

Budget Act of 2003 (Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)

(2)  50.10.160-Office

Building 8 and 9

Renovation, 714 P

Street, Sacramento-

-Working drawings and

construction

(2)  Item 1760-301-0660, Budget Act

of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)

(2)  50.10.160-Office

Building 8 and 9

Renovation, 714 P

Street, Sacramento-

-Construction

1760-495--Reversion, Department of General Services. The amounts indicated for the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the funds from which the appropriations were made:

0001--General Fund

(1)  Item 1760-301-0001, Budget Act of 2007,

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Acquisition..... 36,000

(2)  Reimbursements... -36,000

(2)  Item 1760-301-0001, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Preliminary

Plans............ 8,000

(2)  Reimbursements... -8,000

0042--State Highway Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  Item 1760-301-0042, Budget Act of 2007,

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Acquisition..... 213,000

(2)  Item 1760-301-0042, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Preliminary

plans............ 49,000

0044--Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation

Fund

(1)  Item 1760-301-0044, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Acquisition..... 536,000

(2)  Item 1760-301-0044, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Preliminary

Plans............ 124,000

0200--Fish and Game Preservation Fund

(1)  Item 1760-301-0200, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Acquisition..... 47,000

(2)  Item 1760-301-0200, Budget Act of

2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Preliminary

plans............ 11,000

0768--Earthquake Safety and Public Buildings

Rehabilitation Fund of 1990

(1)  Item 1760-301-0768, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Acquisition..... 393,000

(2)  Item 1760-301-0768, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(1)  50.10.250-

Sacramento

Public Safety

Communications

Decentralization,

Resources-

-Preliminary

Plans............ 91,000

1870-001-0001--For support of California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.............. 0

Schedule:

(1)  11-Victim Compensation..... 28,095,000

(2)  12-Fiscal Services

Division................... 9,423,000

(3)  31-Government Claims....... 1,412,000

(4)  51.01-Administration....... 10,583,000

(5)  51.02-Distributed

Administration............. -10,583,000

(6)  Reimbursements............. -1,412,000

(7)  Amount payable from the

Restitution Fund (Item 1870-001-0214)............. -35,618,000

(8)  Amount payable from the

Federal Trust Fund (Item 1870-001-0890)............. -1,900,000

Provisions:

1. The California Victim Compensation and

Government Claims Board shall not

routinely notify all local agencies and

school districts regarding its

proceedings. However, for each of its

meetings, the board shall notify all

parties whose claims or proposals are

scheduled for consideration and any party

requesting notice of the proceedings.

1870-001-0214--For support of California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, for support services pursuant to Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 13950) of Part 4 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code, for payment to Item 1870- 001-0001, payable from the Restitution Fund...................................... 35,618,000

1870-001-0890--For support of California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, for payment to Item 1870-001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 1,900,000

1870-101-0214--For local assistance, California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, for Program 41- Good Samaritan, payable from the Restitution Fund.......................... 20,000

1870-101-0890--For local assistance, California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, for Program 11- Victim Compensation, payable from the Federal Trust Fund........................ 38,000,000

1870-102-0214--For local assistance, California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, for Program 11- Victim Compensation, payable from the Restitution Fund.......................... 14,137,000

1880-001-0001--For support of State Personnel Board............................. 3,201,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Merit System

Administration........ 22,004,000

(2)  40-Local Government

Services.............. 2,973,000

(3)  50.01-Administration

Services.............. 3,294,000

(4)  50.02-Distributed

Administration

Services.............. -1,971,000

(5)  Reimbursements........ -21,075,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Central Service

Cost Recovery Fund

(Item 1880-001-9740)  .. -2,024,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Director of

Finance may authorize a loan from

the General Fund, in an amount not

to exceed 35 percent of

reimbursements appropriated in

this item to the State Personnel

Board, provided that:

(a)  The loan is to meet cash

needs resulting from the

delay in receipt of

reimbursements for

services provided.

(b)  The loan is for a short

term and shall be repaid

by September 30, 2011.

(c)  Interest charges may be

waived pursuant to

subdivision (e) of Section

16314 of the Government

Code.

(d)  The Director of Finance

may not approve the loan

unless the approval is

made in writing and filed

with the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee and the

chairpersons of the

committees in each house

of the Legislature that

consider appropriations

not later than 30 days

prior to the effective

date of the approval,

or not sooner than

whatever lesser time that

the chairperson of the

joint committee, or his or

her designee, may

determine.

2. The Department of General

Services, with the consent of the

Department of Personnel

Administration and the State

Personnel Board, may enter into a

lease, lease-purchase agreement,

or lease with an option to

purchase for a build-to-suit

facility for the colocation of the

Department of Personnel

Administration and the State

Personnel Board in the Sacramento

area, subject to Department of

Finance approval of the terms and

conditions of the agreement. At

least 30 days prior to entering

into any agreement, the Department

of General Services shall notify

the chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the Legislature

that consider appropriations and

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee of the terms and

conditions of the agreement. If

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee does not express any

opposition, the Department of

General Services may proceed with

the agreement after 30 days from

when the Department of General

Services gave notice to the

chairpersons.

1880-001-9740--For support of State Personnel Board, for payment to Item 1880- 001-0001, payable from the Central Service Cost Recovery Fund................ 2,024,000

1900-001-0950--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees’ Contingency Reserve Fund........ 26,374,000

Provisions:

1. The appropriation made in this

item is for support of the

Board of Administration of

the Public Employees’

Retirement System pursuant to

Section 22910 of the

Government Code.

2. In addition to the purpose

specified in Provision 1,

funds appropriated in this

item shall be used by the

Public Employees’ Retirement

System (PERS) to process

Medicare Part D eligibility

files, reconciliation files,

and subsidy requests. PERS may

use funds of the Account for

Retiree Drug Subsidy Payments

in the Public Employees’

Contingency Reserve Fund to

fund a portion of these

eligible costs, provided that

this account supports only the

portion of eligible expenses

attributable to Medicare Part

D retiree drug subsidy work

related to state government,

public agency, and California

State University members of

PERS. PERS shall continue to

apply directly for the maximum

possible amount of Medicare

Part D retiree drug

subsidies in the 2010 and 2011

calendar years.

3. Notwithstanding the

requirements of Provision 2,

the Public Employees’

Retirement System (PERS) may

choose not to apply for

subsidies related to plans for

which it is not eligible to

act as the sponsor and receive

Medicare Part D subsidies

related to their enrollees or

with respect to persons

enrolled in a board-approved

Medicare Advantage

prescription drug health

benefit plan, consistent with

actions of PERS for the 2010

calendar year. If PERS chooses

not to apply for subsidies

pursuant to this provision,

PERS shall notify the

Department of Finance, the

chairpersons of the committees

and the appropriate

subcommittees in each house of

the Legislature that consider

the budget, the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, and the Legislative

Analyst’s Office, and PERS

shall explain the facts and

circumstances underlying that

choice.

4. Notwithstanding the

requirements of Provisions 2

and 3, the Public Employees’

Retirement System (PERS) may

choose not to apply in the

2011 calendar year for

subsidies related to one or

more employee association

health benefit plans upon

PERS’ certification to the

Department of Finance that the

estimated state share of

Medicare Part D retiree drug

subsidy funds for those plans

for the 2009 calendar year did

not exceed $500,000 on a

combined basis.

5. Upon order of the Director of

Finance, the amount available

for expenditure in this item

may be augmented by the amount

of any resources available in

the Public Employees’

Contingency Reserve Fund that

are in addition to the amount

appropriated in this item and

only for funds associated with

the federal Patient Protection

and Affordable Care Act (P.L. 111-148), as amended by the

federal Health Care and

Education Reconciliation Act

of 2010 (P.L. 111-152), that

will be available on a limited-

term basis for the temporary

Early Retiree Reinsurance

Program. Any augmentation

shall be authorized no sooner

than 30 days after

notification in writing to the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

or not sooner than whatever

lesser time the chairperson of

the joint committee or his or

her designee may determine.

1900-003-0830--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees’ Retirement Fund........ (827,437,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount displayed in this

item is based on the estimate

by the Public Employees’

Retirement System of

expenditures for external

investment advisers and other

investment-related expenses to

be made during the 2010-11

fiscal year pursuant to

Sections 20172, 20208, and

20210 of the Government Code.

The Board of Administration of

the Public Employees’

Retirement System shall report

to the fiscal committees of

the Legislature and the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

on or before January 10, 2011,

regarding any revision of this

estimate, including an

accounting and explanation of

changes, and the amount of,

and basis for, investment

adviser expenditures proposed

for the 2011-12 fiscal year.

The Board of Administration of

the Public Employees’

Retirement System shall report

on or before January 10, 2012,

on the final expenditures

under this item, including an

accounting and explanation of

changes from estimates

previously reported to the

Legislature.

2. Each of the two reports

described in Provision 1 also

shall include all of the

following:

(a)  A summary and

comparison of the

externally managed

portfolios, the

internally managed

portfolios, and the

total fund. This

information shall

include the value of

the assets, the gross

and net returns, the

benchmark returns, and

the costs, by dollars

and basis points, for

these portfolios.

(b)  A description of the

actions the Public

Employees’ Retirement

System will take to

ensure that any future

expenditures for

outside advisers will

result in a greater

return on

investments, including

costs for these

advisers, than if in-

house advisers were

used.

(c)  Separate listings of

adviser contracts in

effect, and approved,

during the 2009-10 and

2010-11 fiscal years,

with (1) amounts (total contract and annual basis) for each

contract for base fees

and performance-based

fees, and (2) summary

statements of the

purposes of each

contract.

1900-015-0815--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Judges’ Retirement Fund............................. (1,026,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Board of

Administration of the Public

Employees’ Retirement System

(PERS)  , in accordance with all

applicable provisions of the

California Constitution, shall

submit to the Controller, the

Department of Finance, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the fiscal committees of

each house of the Legislature

all of the following:

(a)  Not later than May 15,

2011, a copy of the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2011-12 fiscal

year as approved by the

board of administration.

(b)  The revisions to the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2010-11 fiscal

year, as recommended by

the PERS Finance

Committee, at least 30

days prior to the

consideration of

those revisions by the

board of administration.

(c)  Commencing October 1,

2010, all expenditure and

performance workload data

provided to the board of

administration, as

updated on a quarterly

basis. This quarterly

update information is to

be submitted to the Joint

Legislative Budget

Committee and the fiscal

committees of each house

of the Legislature, and

shall be in sufficient

detail to be useful for

legislative oversight

purposes and to sustain a

thorough ongoing review

of PERS expenditures.

1900-015-0820--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Legislators’ Retirement Fund.................. (339,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Board of Administration

of the Public Employees’

Retirement System, in accordance with

all applicable provisions of the

California Constitution, shall submit

to the Controller, the Director of

Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, and the fiscal committees

of each house of the Legislature all

of the following:

(a)  Not later than May 15, 2011, a

copy of the proposed budget for

the Public Employees’ Retirement

System for the 2011-12 fiscal

year as approved by the board of

administration.

(b)  The revisions to the proposed

budget for the Public Employees’

Retirement System for the 2010-11

fiscal year, as recommended by

the Public Employees’

Retirement System Finance

Committee, at least 30 days prior

to consideration of those

revisions by the board of

administration.

(c)  Commencing October 1, 2010, all

expenditure and performance

workload data provided to the

board of administration, as

updated on a quarterly basis.

This quarterly update information

shall be submitted to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

the fiscal committees of each

house of the Legislature in

sufficient detail to be useful

for legislative oversight

purposes and to sustain a

thorough ongoing review of the

expenditures of the Public

Employees’ Retirement System.

1900-015-0822--For support of the Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees’ Health Care Fund................. (13,300,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Board of

Administration of the Public

Employees’ Retirement System

(PERS)  , in accordance with all

applicable provisions of the

California Constitution, shall

submit to the Controller, the

Director of Finance, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the fiscal committees of the

Legislature all of the following:

(a)  No later than May 15,

2011, a copy of the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2011-12 fiscal

year as approved by the

board of administration.

(b)  The revisions to the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2010-11 fiscal

year, as recommended by

the PERS Finance

Committee, at least 30

days prior to the

consideration of those

revisions by the board of

administration.

(c)  Commencing October 1,

2010, all expenditures

and performance workload

data provided to the

board of administration,

as updated on a quarterly

basis. This quarterly

update information is to

be submitted to the Joint

Legislative Budget

Committee and fiscal

committees of the

Legislature, and shall be

in sufficient detail to

be useful for legislative

oversight purposes and to

sustain a thorough

ongoing review of Public

Employees’ Retirement

System expenditures.

2. The Legislature finds and

declares that the Public

Employees’ Retirement System

(PERS)  is accountable to

members, governmental

entities, and taxpayers with

respect to the annual health

premium increases that its board

of administration adopts. The

board of administration is

encouraged to use the means at

its disposal under law,

consistent with requirements to

provide benefits to public

employees and others, to achieve

low annual premium increases. To

facilitate legislative

oversight, the board of

administration shall submit an

annual report within 100 days of

its adoption of annual health

premium increases or decreases

that describes the methods it

employed to moderate annual

increases in premiums when

taking that action. In years

when the board of administration

adopts health premium increases

in excess of those assumed in

the most recent state retiree

health program actuarial

valuation, the report shall

include a discussion of actions

that the board of administration

plans to take, if any, to

attempt to reduce the rate of

annual premium growth to levels

below those assumed in this

valuation for the next three

years. This reporting

requirement applies to the board

of administration’s action in

2010 to adopt premium rates for

2011 and all board of

administration actions to

increase or decrease annual

health premiums adopted

thereafter. This reporting

requirement does not obligate

the board of administration to

adopt any specific level of

premium for any given year or to

change any action it otherwise

determines is necessary under

state law. The board of

administration may state in the

report that it is unable to

commit to specific actions to

reduce the rate of health

premium growth or does not know

if future reductions in the rate

of health premium growth can be

achieved. PERS is requested to

complete these reports with

existing budgetary and staffing

resources. The report shall be

submitted to the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, the chairpersons of

the committees and subcommittees

in each house of the Legislature

that consider PERS’ budget and

activities, the Controller, the

Director of Finance, and the

Legislative Analyst.

1900-015-0830--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees’ Retirement Fund........ (281,224,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Board of

Administration of the

Public Employees’ Retirement

System, in accordance with all

applicable provisions of the

California Constitution, shall

submit to the Controller, the

Director of Finance, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the fiscal committees of

the Legislature, all of the

following:

(a)  No later than May 15,

2011, a copy of the

proposed budget for the

Public Employees’

Retirement System for

the 2011-12 fiscal year

as approved by the

board of administration.

(b)  The revisions to the

proposed budget for the

Public Employees’

Retirement System for

the 2010-11 fiscal

year, as recommended by

the Public Employees’

Retirement System

Finance Committee, at

least 30 days prior to

consideration of those

revisions by the board

of administration.

(c)  Commencing October 1,

2010, all expenditure

and performance

workload data provided

to the board of

administration, as

updated on a quarterly

basis. This quarterly

update information

shall be submitted to

the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee and

the fiscal committees

of the Legislature in

sufficient detail to be

useful for legislative

oversight purposes and

to sustain a thorough

ongoing review of the

expenditures of the

Public Employees’

Retirement System.

2. Commencing July 1, 2010,

reports on information

technology projects that are

submitted to the Board of

Administration of the Public

Employees’ Retirement System

shall be submitted to the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, the fiscal

committees of the Legislature,

and the Director of Finance on

an informational basis. The

quarterly update information

submitted to the Director of

Finance shall be in sufficient

detail to be useful for

Director of Finance

informational project status

reporting purposes.

1900-015-0833--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Annuitants’ Health Care Coverage Fund....... (1,731,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Board of

Administration of the Public

Employees’ Retirement System

(PERS)  , in accordance with all

applicable provisions of the

California Constitution, shall

submit to the Controller, the

Director of Finance, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee,

and the fiscal committees of

each house of the Legislature

all of the following:

(a)  No later than May 15,

2011, a copy of the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2011-12 fiscal

year as approved by the

board of administration.

(b)  The revisions to the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2010-11 fiscal

year, as recommended by

the PERS Finance

Committee, at least 30

days prior to

consideration of

those revisions by the

board of administration.

(c)  Commencing October 1,

2010, all expenditure and

performance workload data

provided to the board of

administration, as

updated on a quarterly

basis. This quarterly

update information is to

be submitted to the Joint

Legislative Budget

Committee and the fiscal

committees of each house

of the Legislature, and

shall be in sufficient

detail to be useful for

legislative oversight

purposes and to sustain a

thorough ongoing review

of the PERS expenditures.

1900-015-0849--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Replacement Benefit Custodial Fund............ (10,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Board of Administration

of the Public Employees’ Retirement

System (PERS), in accordance with all

applicable provisions of the

California Constitution, shall

submit to the Controller, the

Department of Finance, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, and the

fiscal committees of each house of

the Legislature, all of the following:

(a)  No later than May 15, 2011, a

copy of the proposed budget for

PERS for the 2011-12 fiscal year

as approved by the board of

administration.

(b)  The revisions to the proposed

budget for PERS for the 2010-11

fiscal year, as recommended by

the PERS Finance Committee, at

least 30 days prior to

consideration of those revisions

by the board of administration.

(c)  Commencing October 1, 2010, all

expenditure and performance

workload data provided to the

board of administration, as

updated on a quarterly basis.

This quarterly update information

is to be submitted to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

the fiscal committees of each

house of the Legislature, and

shall be in sufficient detail to

be useful for legislative

oversight purposes and to sustain

a thorough ongoing review of the

PERS expenditures.

1900-015-0884--For support of Board of Administration of the Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Judges’ Retirement System II Fund..................... (510,000)

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Board of

Administration of the Public

Employees’ Retirement System

(PERS)  , in accordance with all

applicable provisions of the

California Constitution, shall

submit to the Controller, the

Director of Finance, the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, and

the fiscal committees of each

house of the Legislature, all of

the following:

(a)  No later than May 15,

2011, a copy of the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2011-12 fiscal

year as approved by the

board of administration.

(b)  The revisions to the

proposed budget for PERS

for the 2010-11 fiscal

year, as recommended by

the PERS Finance

Committee, at least 30

days prior to the

consideration of

those revisions by the

board of administration.

(c)  Commencing October 1,

2010, all expenditure and

performance workload data

provided to the board of

administration, as

updated on a quarterly

basis. This quarterly

update information is to

be submitted to the Joint

Legislative Budget

Committee and the fiscal

committees of each house

of the Legislature, and

shall be in sufficient

detail to be useful for

legislative oversight

purposes and to sustain a

thorough ongoing review

of PERS expenditures.

1900-017-0950--For support of Public Employees’ Retirement System, payable from the Public Employees’ Contingency Reserve Fund........................................ 247,000

Provisions:

1. The funding appropriated in this

item is limited to the amount

specified in Section 17.00. These

funds are to be used in support

of compliance activities related to

the federal Health Insurance

Portability and Accountability Act

(HIPAA)  of 1996.

1920-001-0835--For support of State Teachers’ Retirement System, payable from the Teachers’ Retirement Fund............. 150,440,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Services to

Members and

Employers........... 150,842,000

(2)  Reimbursements...... -339,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the Supplemental

Benefit Maintenance

Account in the

Teachers’

Retirement Fund

pursuant to Section

22954 of the

Education Code...... -63,000

Provisions:

1. This item shall not be subject

to the requirements of

subdivision (b), (c), (d), or

(e)  of Section 31.00. Nothing in

this provision shall be

construed as exempting this item

from requirements of the State

Civil Service Act or from

requirements of laws, rules, and

regulations administered by the

Department of Personnel

Administration.

2. Commencing July 1, 2006, reports

on information technology

projects that are submitted to

the Teachers’ Retirement Board

shall be submitted to the Joint

Legislative Budget

Committee, the fiscal committees

of the Legislature, and the

State Chief Information Officer

on an informational basis. The

information submitted to the

State Chief Information Officer

shall be in sufficient detail to

be useful for the State Chief

Information Officer

informational project status

reporting purposes.

1920-002-0835--For support of State Teachers’ Retirement System (external investment advisers), payable from the Teachers’ Retirement Fund................ (166,548,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount displayed in this

item is for informational

purposes only, and is based on

the current estimate by

the State Teachers’ Retirement

System (STRS) of expenditures

for external investment

advisers to be made during the

2010-11 fiscal year pursuant

to Section 22353 of the

Education Code. STRS shall

report to the fiscal

committees of each house of

the Legislature and the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

no later than January 10,

2011, regarding any revision

of this estimate, including an

accounting and explanation of

the changes, and regarding the

amount of, and basis for,

investment adviser

expenditures proposed for the

2011-12 fiscal year. STRS

shall report on or before

January 10, 2012, on the final

expenditures under this item,

including an accounting and

explanation of changes from

estimates previously reported

to the Legislature.

2. Each of the two reports

described in Provision 1 also

shall include all of the

following:

(a)  A summary and

comparison of the

externally managed

portfolios, the

internally managed

portfolios, and the

total fund. This

information shall

include the value of

the assets, the gross

and net returns, the

benchmark returns, and

the costs by dollars

and basis points for

these portfolios.

(b)  A description of the

actions the State

Teachers’ Retirement

System will take to

ensure that any future

expenditures for

outside advisers will

result in a greater

return on investments,

including costs for

these advisers, than if

in-house advisers were

used.

(c)  Separate listings of

adviser contracts in

effect, and approved,

during the 2009-10 and

2010-11 fiscal years,

with (1) amounts (total contract and annual basis) for each

contract for base fees

and performance-based

fees and (2) summary

statements of the

purposes of each

contract.

1920-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller to the Teachers’ Retirement Fund.................................... (1,257,340,000)

Schedule:

(1)  Supplemental

Benefit Maintenance (632,653,00 Account (SBMA)...... 0)

(2)  Benefits Funding.... (567,707,00 0)

(3)  SBMA Interest (56,980,000 Payment............. )

Provisions:

1. The estimated amount referenced

in Schedule (1) is the state’s

contribution required by

Section 22954 of the Education

Code.

2. The estimated amount referenced

in Schedule (2) is the state’s

contribution required by

subdivisions (a) and (b) of

Section 22955 of the Education

Code.

3. The amount referenced in

Schedule (3) is the state’s

SBMA interest payment as

specified and appropriated by

subdivision (a) of Section

22954.5 of the Education

Code.

1920-490--Reappropriation, State Teachers’ Retirement System (STRS). Up to $4,813,000 of the appropriation in the following citation is reappropriated and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2012, subject to the limitations set forth in Provision 1.

0835-- Teachers’ Retirement Fund

(1)  Item 1920-001-0835, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch.1, Stats. 2009, Third Extraordinary Session)  

Provisions:

1. The funds reappropriated in this item

shall be available for expenditure by

the State Teachers’ Retirement System

for the purposes of meeting

unanticipated system costs and

promoting better service to the

system’s membership. The funds may not

be encumbered without advance approval

of the Teachers’ Retirement Board. The

board shall report to the Legislature

on a quarterly basis throughout the

2010-11 and 2011-12 fiscal years on

expenditures made pursuant to this

item.

2. The basis for this reappropriation is

three percent of the preceding fiscal

year’s expenditure authority.

BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING

2100-001-0890--For support of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Program 10.20- Compliance, payable from the Federal Trust Fund, for the administration of Enforcing the Underage Drinking Law (EUDL) federal grants received from the United States Department of Justice....... 1,404,000

2100-001-3036--For support of Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, payable from the Alcohol Beverage Control Fund................. 53,018,000

Schedule:

(1)  10.10-Licensing........ 29,194,000

(2)  10.20-Compliance....... 24,871,000

(3)  10.30.010-

Administration......... 4,242,000

(4)  10.30.020-Distributed

Administration......... -4,242,000

(5)  Reimbursements......... -1,047,000

2100-101-3036--For local assistance, Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Program 10.20-Compliance, for grants to local law enforcement agencies, payable from the Alcohol Beverage Control Fund...... 3,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the Department of Alcoholic

Beverage Control is authorized to

grant funds to local law

enforcement agencies for the

purpose of enhancing enforcement of

alcoholic beverage control laws in

the local jurisdiction.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, at the discretion of the

Director of Alcoholic Beverage

Control, the Department of

Alcoholic Beverage Control may

advance grant funds to local law

enforcement agencies.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, at the discretion of the

Director of Alcoholic Beverage

Control, title to any authorized

equipment purchased by the local

law enforcement agency pursuant to

the grant may be vested in the

local law enforcement agency at the

conclusion of the grant period.

2120-001-0117--For support of Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Board, Program 10, payable from the Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Fund...................... 1,032,000

2150-001-0240--For support of Department of Financial Institutions, for payment to Item 2150-001-0298, payable from the Local Agency Deposit Security Fund........ 409,000

2150-001-0298--For support of Department of Financial Institutions, payable from the Financial Institutions Fund.................. 26,038,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Licensing and

Supervision of

Banks and Trust

Companies............. 22,882,000

(2)  20-Money Transmitters. 3,213,000

(3)  40-Administration of

Local Agency Security. 409,000

(4)  50-Supervision of

California Business

and Industrial

Development

Corporations.......... 33,000

(5)  60-Credit Unions...... 7,501,000

(6)  70-Savings and Loan... 104,000

(7)  80-Industrial Banks... 1,028,000

(8)  90.01-Administration.. 6,470,000

(9)  90.02-Distributed

Administration........ -6,470,000

(10)  Reimbursements........ -1,222,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Local Agency

Deposit Security Fund

(Item 2150-001-0240)  .. -409,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Credit Union Fund

(Item 2150-001-0299)  .. -7,501,000

2150-001-0299--For support of Department of Financial Institutions, for payment to Item 2150-001-0298, payable from the Credit Union Fund......................... 7,501,000

2180-001-0067--For support of Department of Corporations, payable from the State Corporations Fund............................. 43,824,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Investment Program.. 22,468,000

(2)  20-Lender-Fiduciary

Program................ 21,506,000

(3)  50.01-Administration... 6,239,000

(4)  50.02-Distributed

Administration......... -6,239,000

(5)  Reimbursements......... -150,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines

and penalties imposed as specified

in Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

2180-011-0067--For transfer by the Controller from the State Corporations Fund to the General Fund.................. (20,000,000)

2240-001-0001--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the General Fund............................ 3,246,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this

item, $158,000 shall be used to

continue oversight by the

Department of Housing and Community

Development of redevelopment

agencies and to provide technical

assistance, in accordance with the

department’s Housing Preservation

Plan.

2240-001-0115--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Air Pollution Control Fund....... 54,000

2240-001-0245--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Mobilehome Park Revolving Fund... 6,312,000

2240-001-0530--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Mobilehome Park Purchase Fund.... 620,000

2240-001-0648--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development....... 16,070,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Codes and

Standards Program... 24,069,000

(2)  20-Financial

Assistance Program.. 25,911,000

(3)  30-Housing Policy

Development Program. 3,020,000

(4)  50.01-

Administration...... 11,929,000

(5)  50.02-Distributed

Administration...... -11,929,000

(6)  50.03-Distributed

Administration of

the Housing Policy

Development Program. -136,000

(7)  Reimbursements...... -1,172,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the General Fund

(Item 2240-001- 0001)  ............... -3,246,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Air Pollution

Control Fund (Item 2240-001-0115)...... -54,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Mobilehome

Parks and Special

Occupancy Parks

Revolving Fund

(Item 2240-001- 0245)  ............... -6,312,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Mobilehome Park

Purchase Fund (Item 2240-001-0530)...... -620,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Self-Help

Housing Fund (Item 2240-001-0813)...... -131,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 2240-001- 0890)............... -13,334,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the Housing

Rehabilitation Loan

Fund (Item 2240-001- 0929)............... -2,326,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Rental Housing

Construction

Incentive Fund

(Item 2240-001- 0938)  ............... -1,115,000

(16)  Amount payable from

the Predevelopment

Loan Fund (Item 2240-001-0980)...... -310,000

(17)  Amount payable from

the Jobs-Housing

Balance Improvement

Account (Item 2240- 001-3006)........... -294,000

(18)  Amount payable from

the Building

Standards

Administration

Special Revolving

Fund (Item 2240-001- 3144)............... -476,000

(18.5)  Amount payable from

the Enterprise Zone

Fund (Item 2240-001- 3165)............... -1,120,000

(19)  Amount payable from

the Building Equity

and Growth in

Neighborhoods Fund

(Item 2240-001- 6038)  ............... -282,000

(20)  Amount payable from

the Building Equity

and Growth in

Neighborhoods

(BEGIN)  Fund (Item 2240-002-6038)...... -890,000

(21)  Amount payable from

the Regional

Planning, Housing,

and Infill

Incentive Account,

Housing and

Emergency Shelter

Trust Fund of 2006

(Item 2240-001- 6069)  ............... -2,550,000

(22)  Amount payable from

the Housing Urban-

Suburban-and-Rural

Parks Account,

Housing and

Emergency Shelter

Trust Fund of 2006

(Item 2240-001- 6071)  ............... -1,063,000

(23)  Amount payable from

the Transit-

Oriented

Development

Implementation Fund

(Item 2240-001- 9736)  ............... -1,499,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 18077

of the Health and Safety Code

or any other provision of law,

the first $2,388,000 in

revenues collected by the

Department of Housing and

Community Development from

manufactured home license fees

shall be deposited in the

Mobilehome-Manufactured Home

Revolving Fund, and shall be

available to the department for

the support, collection,

administration, and enforcement

of manufactured home license

fees.

2. Notwithstanding Section 18077.5

of the Health and Safety Code

or any other provision of law,

the Department of Housing and

Community Development is not

required to comply with the

reporting requirement of

Section 18077.5 of the Health

and Safety Code.

3. By February 1 of each year, the

Department of Housing and

Community Development shall

notify the chairpersons of the

fiscal committees of each house

of the Legislature that

consider the budget and the

chairpersons of the appropriate

policy committees of each house

of any programs under the

department’s jurisdiction for

which funding is available but

the programs are not operated.

2240-001-0813--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Self-Help Housing Fund........... 131,000

2240-001-0890--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Federal Trust Fund............... 13,334,000

2240-001-0929--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Housing Rehabilitation Loan Fund. 2,326,000

2240-001-0938--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Rental Housing Construction Fund. 1,115,000

2240-001-0980--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Predevelopment Loan Fund......... 310,000

2240-001-3006--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Jobs-Housing Balance Improvement Account................................... 294,000

2240-001-3144--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Building Standards Administration Special Revolving Fund..... 476,000

2240-001-3165--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Enterprise Zone Fund............. 1,120,000

2240-001-6038--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Building Equity and Growth in Neighborhoods Fund........................ 282,000

2240-001-6069--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Regional Planning, Housing and Infill Incentive Account, Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006...... 2,550,000

2240-001-6071--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Housing Urban-Suburban-and-Rural Parks Account, Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006................ 1,063,000

2240-001-9736--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Transit-Oriented Development Implementation Fund....................... 1,499,000

2240-002-6038--For support of Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from the Building Equity and Growth in Neighborhoods Fund........................ 890,000

2240-011-0001--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, to the Enterprise Zone Fund........................... (510,000)

Provisions:

1. The transfer amount authorized by this

item shall be up to $510,000, as

determined by the Director of Finance,

and is a loan to the Enterprise Zone

Fund that shall be repaid by June 30,

2014.

2240-011-0927--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Joe Serna, Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant Fund to the General Fund.............................. (965,000)

2240-101-0001--For local assistance, Department of Housing and Community Development................................... 5,629,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Financial

Assistance Program..... 209,518,000

(2)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust Fund

(Item 2240-101-0890)  ... -203,889,000

Provisions:

1. Upon the determination that funds

are available in the Emergency

Housing Assistance Fund, the

Department of Housing and Community

Development shall issue a Notice of

Funding Availability for the

Emergency Housing Assistance Program.

2240-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Housing and Community Development, for payment to Item 2240-101- 0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund.. 203,889,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, federal

funds appropriated by this

item but not encumbered or

expended by June 30, 2011, may

be expended in the subsequent

fiscal year.

2240-101-6069--For local assistance, Department of Housing and Community Development, payable from the Regional Planning, Housing and Infill Incentive Account, Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006................................... 9,275,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

is for the purpose of augmenting the

Infill Infrastructure Grant Program

Notice of Funding Availability

issued by the Department of Housing

and Community Development on February

28, 2008.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of the

Government Code, funds appropriated in

this item shall be available for

liquidation of encumbrances until June

30, 2015.

2240-101-6071--For local assistance, Department of Housing and Community Development, payable from the Housing Urban-Suburban-and-Rural Parks Account, Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006.................................... 25,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section

16304.1 of the Government

Code, funds appropriated in

this item shall be available

for liquidation of

encumbrances until June 30,

2015.

2. No disbursements shall be made

for awards from funds

appropriated in this item

unless the Director of Finance

determines that there will be

sufficient cash available from

the sale of Housing and

Emergency Shelter Trust Fund

Act of 2006 (Proposition 1C)

bonds to fund prior awards of

Proposition 1C bond funds.

2240-102-6038--For local assistance, Department of Housing and Community Development, payable from the Building Equity and Growth in Neighborhoods Fund..... 5,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of

the Government Code, funds

appropriated in this item shall

be available for liquidation of

encumbrances until June 30, 2015.

2. No disbursements shall be made for

awards from funds appropriated in

this item unless the Director of

Finance determines that there will

be sufficient cash available from

the sale of Housing and Emergency

Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2006

(Proposition 1C)  bonds to fund

prior awards of Proposition 1C bond

funds.

2240-490--Reappropriation, Department of Housing and Community Development. The balances of the appropriations provided in the citations below are reappropriated for the purposes provided in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2012. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the period to liquidate the encumbrances set forth below is extended to June 30, 2016:

6068-- Affordable Housing Innovation Fund

(1)  Section 53545.9 of the Government Code

, as added by Chapter 652 of the

Statutes of 2007

2240-491--Reappropriation, Department of Housing and Community Development. The balances of the appropriations provided in the citations below are reappropriated for the purposes provided in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance until June 30, 2011. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the period to liquidate the encumbrances set forth below is extended to June 30, 2015.

6038--Building Equity and Growth in

Neighborhoods (BEGIN) Fund

(1)  Item 2240-102-6038, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  

2240-492-- Extension of liquidation period, Department of Housing and Community Development. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds appropriated in the following citations shall be made available for liquidation of encumbrances as specified:

6069--Regional Planning, Housing, and

Infill Incentive Account, Housing and

Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006

(1)  Item 2240-101-6069, Budget Act of

2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007),

until June 30, 2015

(2)  Item 2240-101-6069, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  , as

reappropriated by Item 2240-490,

Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009- 10 4th Ex. Sess.), until June 30, 2016

(3)  Item 2240-101-6069, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  , until June 30, 2016

(4)  Subdivision (a) of Section 1 of

Chapter 39 of the Statutes of 2008,

until June 30, 2015

9736--Transit-Oriented Development

Implementation Fund

(1)  Item 2240-101-9736, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  , until

June 30, 2015

(2)  Item 2240-101-9736, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  , as

reappropriated by Item 2240-490,

Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009- 10 4th Ex. Sess.), until June 30, 2016

(3)  Item 2240-101-9736, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.), until June 30, 2016

(4)  Subdivision (b) of Section 1 of

Chapter 39 of the Statutes of 2008,

until June 30, 2015

2310-001-0400--For support of Office of Real Estate Appraisers, payable from the Real Estate Appraisers Regulation Fund............. 5,045,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Administration of Real

Estate Appraisers Program... 5,125,000

(2)  Reimbursements.............. -80,000

2320-001-0317--For support of Department of Real Estate, payable from the Real Estate Fund.......................................... 46,748,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Licensing and

Education.............. 11,711,000

(2)  20-Enforcement and

Recovery............... 28,347,000

(3)  30-Subdivisions........ 7,032,000

(4)  40.10-Administration... 7,916,000

(5)  40.20-Distributed

Administration......... -7,823,000

(6)  Reimbursements......... -435,000

Provisions:

1. Of the amount appropriated in this

item, $500,000 shall be used only

for the purposes of the Real Estate

Recovery Account.

2400-001-0933--For support of Department of Managed Health Care, payable from the Managed Care Fund........................... 46,673,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Health Plan

Program............... 47,877,000

(2)  50.01-Administration.. 10,540,000

(3)  50.02-Distributed

Administration........ -10,540,000

(4)  Reimbursements........ -1,204,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this

item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the Government

Code.

2400-002-0933--For support of Department of Managed Health Care, for the Office of Patient Advocate, payable from the Managed Care Fund......................... 2,387,000

2600-001-0042--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund....................... 1,122,000

2600-001-0046--For support of California Transportation Commission, payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund............................ 1,411,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Administration of

California

Transportation

Commission............. 3,924,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -511,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the State Highway

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 2600-001-0042)  ... -1,122,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Corridor Mobility

Improvement Account,

Highway Safety,

Traffic Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of 2006

(Item 2600-001-6055)  ... -208,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the Trade Corridors

Improvement Fund (Item 2600-001-6056)......... -203,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Transportation

Facilities Account,

Highway Safety,

Traffic Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of 2006

(Item 2600-001-6058)  ... -187,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Public

Transportation

Modernization,

Improvement, and

Service Enhancement

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of 2006

(Item 2600-001-6059)  ... -54,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the State-Local

Partnership Program

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of 2006

(Item 2600-001-6060)  ... -96,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Local Bridge

Seismic Retrofit

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of 2006

(Item 2600-001-6062)  ... -10,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Highway-Railroad

Crossing Safety

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of 2006

(Item 2600-001-6063)  ... -35,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Highway Safety,

Rehabilitation, and

Preservation Account,

Highway Safety,

Traffic Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of 2006

(Item 2600-001-6064)  ... -87,000

Provisions:

1. Upon order of the Director of

Finance, funds may be transferred

between Items 2600-001-6055, 2600-

001-6056, 2600-001-6058, 2600-001-

6059, 2600-001-6060, 2600-001-6062,

2600-001-6063, and 2600-001-6064 in

order to meet program oversight

needs as programs proceed through

the implementation process.

2600-001-6055--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..... 208,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-001-6056--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund.................. 203,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-001-6058--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Transportation Facilities Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 187,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-001-6059--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 54,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-001-6060--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the State- Local Partnership Program Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 96,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-001-6062--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, from the Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006....................... 10,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-001-6063--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..... 35,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-001-6064--For support of California Transportation Commission, for payment to Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Highway Safety, Rehabilitation, and Preservation Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006....................... 87,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046

also applies to this item.

2600-402--Before allocating projects in the 2010-11 fiscal year that would result in the issuance of notes pursuant to Section 14553 of the Government Code exceeding $800,000,000, the California Transportation Commission shall consult with the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency, the Department of Transportation, and the Department of Finance pursuant to Section 14553.8 of the Government Code to consider and determine the appropriateness of the mechanism authorized by Section 14553 of the Government Code in comparison to other funding mechanisms, and to determine and report to the Governor and the Legislature the effect of issuance of the notes on future federal funding commitments. Allocations exceeding $800,000,000 shall not be made prior to providing 60 days’ notice to the chairpersons of the transportation committees of each house of the Legislature and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

2640-104-6059--For local assistance, State Transit Assistance, for allocation by the Controller pursuant to Sections 99313 and 99314 of the Public Utilities Code, payable from the Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.............................. 1,500,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Sections

99313 and 99314 of the Public

Utilities Code, not more than

$351,137 of the amount

appropriated in this item

shall reimburse the

Controller for expenditures

for administration of local

transit assistance funds.

2. Projects eligible for funding

from this item shall be

allocated by the Controller

and shall be available for

allocation until June 30,

2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation

until June 30, 2016.

2640-490--Reappropriation, State Transit Assistance. The amounts specified in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in the appropriations and are available for allocation until June 30, 2011, and are available for encumbrance or liquidation until June 30, 2015:

6059--Public Transportation Modernization,

Improvement and Service Enhancement

Account, Highway Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security

Fund of 2006

(1)  Item 2640-104-6059, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(2)  Item 2640-104-6059, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

2660-001-0041--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Aeronautics Account, State Transportation Fund...................................... 3,577,000

2660-001-0042--For support of Department of Transportation, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund...................................... 2,622,616,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Aeronautics...... 4,054,000

(2)  20.10-Highway

Transportation--

Capital Outlay 1,753,604,0

Support............. 00

(3)  20.30-Highway

Transportation--

Local Assistance.... 50,548,000

(4)  20.40-Highway

Transportation--

Program Development. 80,805,000

(5)  20.65-Highway

Transportation--

Legal............... 124,084,000

(6)  20.70-Highway

Transportation--

Operations.......... 234,436,000

(7)  20.80-Highway

Transportation- 1,439,683,0

-Maintenance........ 00

(8)  30-Mass

Transportation...... 150,074,000

(9)  40-Transportation

Planning............ 105,684,000

(10)  50.10-

Administration

Program Costs....... 441,539,000

(10.5)  50.20-Distributed

Administration -441,539,00

Program Costs....... 0

(11)  60.10-Equipment

Service Program

Costs............... 249,743,000

(11.5)  60.20-Distributed

Equipment Service -249,743,00

Program Costs....... 0

(11.6)  97.20.001-

Unallocated -100,000,00

Reduction........... 0

(12)  Reimbursements...... -320,806,00

0

(13)  Amount payable from

the Aeronautics

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 2660-001- 0041)  ............... -3,577,000

(14)  Amount payable from

the Bicycle

Transportation

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 2660-001- 0045)  ............... -10,000

(15)  Amount payable from

the Public

Transportation

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 2660-001- -161,624,00 0046)  ............... 0

(16)  Amount payable from

the Historic

Property

Maintenance Fund

(Item 2660-001- 0365)  ............... -1,641,000

(17)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 2660-001- -596,673,00 0890)............... 0

(19)  Amount payable from

the State Route 99

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of

2006 (Item 2660-004- 6072)............... -14,434,000

(21)  Amount payable from

the Corridor

Mobility

Improvement

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of

2006 (Item 2660-004- 6055)............... -42,108,000

(22)  Amount payable from

the Trade Corridors

Improvement Fund

(Item 2660-004- 6056)  ............... -3,450,000

(23)  Amount payable from

the Transportation

Facilities Account,

Highway Safety,

Traffic Reduction,

Air Quality, and

Port Security Fund

of 2006 (Item 2660- 004-6058)........... -54,378,000

(24)  Amount payable from

the Public

Transportation

Modernization,

Improvement, and

Service Enhancement

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of

2006 (Item 2660-004- 6059)............... -1,403,000

(24.5)  Amount payable from

the State-Local

Partnership Program

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of

2006 (Item 2660-004- 6060)............... -753,000

(26)  Amount payable from

the Local Bridge

Seismic Retrofit

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of

2006 (Item 2660-004- 6062)............... -1,868,000

(27)  Amount payable from

the Highway-

Railroad Crossing

Safety Account,

Highway Safety,

Traffic Reduction,

Air Quality, and

Port Security Fund

of 2006 (Item 2660- 004-6063)........... -576,000

(28)  Amount payable from

the Highway Safety,

Rehabilitation, and

Preservation

Account, Highway

Safety, Traffic

Reduction, Air

Quality, and Port

Security Fund of

2006 (Item 2660-004- 6064)............... -17,055,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item from

the State Highway Account may

be reduced and replaced by an

equivalent amount of federal

funds determined by the

Department of Transportation to

be available and necessary to

comply with Section 8.50 and

the most effective management

of state transportation

resources. Not more than 30

days after replacing the state

funds with federal funds,

the Director of Finance shall

notify in writing the

chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee of

this action.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funding

appropriated in this item may

be transferred to Item 2660-005-

0042 to pay for any necessary

insurance, debt service, and

other financing-related

expenditures for Department of

Transportation-owned office

buildings. Any transfer will

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

3. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (2), $1,154,586,000 is

for state staff and state

staff cash overtime,

$235,067,000 is for external

consultant and professional

services related to project

delivery (also known as 232 contracts), and $148,610,000 is

for operating expenses. The

funds appropriated in Schedule

(2)  for external consultant and

professional services related

to project delivery that are

unencumbered or encumbered but

unexpended related to work that

will not be performed during

the fiscal year shall revert to

the fund from which they were

appropriated. The Department of

Transportation is directed to

the extent possible to

negotiate or renegotiate

contracts for these external

consultants and professional

services to target a 15-percent

savings.

4. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may

be supplemented with federal

funding appropriation authority

and with prior fiscal year

State Highway Account

appropriation balances at a

level determined by the

Department of Transportation as

required to process claims

utilizing federal advance

construction through the plan

of financial adjustment process

pursuant to Sections 11251 and

16365 of the Government Code.

5. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in Item 2660-001-

0042, 50.00-Administration from

the State Highway Account, may

be reduced and replaced by an

equivalent amount of

reimbursements determined by

the Department of

Transportation to be available

and necessary to comply with

Section 28.50 and the most

effective management of state

transportation resources. The

reimbursements may also be

reduced and replaced by an

equivalent amount of funds from

the State Highway Account. Not

more than 30 days after

replacing the State Highway

Account funds with

reimbursements and vice versa,

the Director of Finance shall

notify in writing the

chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee of

this action.

6. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (7), $264,000,000 is

for major maintenance contracts

for the preservation of highway

pavement, and shall not be used

to supplant any other funding

that would have been used for

major pavement maintenance. Of

this amount, $50,000,000 is

attributable to one-time

redirected savings. If the

initiative measure known as

Proposition 22 is approved by

the voters at the November 2,

2010, statewide general

election, the amount of funding

appropriated in Schedule (7)

for major maintenance

contracts, which is not

encumbered by a contract,

may be reduced upon the order

of the Director of Finance by

up to $50,000,000.

7. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (5), $68,556,000 is

for the payment of tort lawsuit

claims and awards. Any funds

for that purpose that are

unencumbered as of April 1,

2010, may be transferred to

Item 2660-302-0042. Any

transfer shall require the

prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

8. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (2), transfers of

expenditure authority may be

made between Items 2660-001-

0042, 2660-001-0890, 2660-002-

3007, 2660-004-6055, 2660-004-

6056, 2660-004-6058, 2660-004-

6059, 2660-004-6060, 2660-004-

6062, 2660-004-6063, 2660-004-

6064, and 2660-004-6072 to

accommodate changes in capital

outlay and local assistance

program-related workload by

funding source or changes in

availability of funds. The

Department of Finance shall

authorize the transfers not

sooner than 30 days after

notification of the necessity

thereof in writing to the

chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee.

9. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (2), $439,804,000

shall be available for

expenditure only after the

submittal of a report by the

Department of Transportation to

the Legislature and a 60-day

review by the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee. The report

shall be submitted not later

than January 1, 2011, and shall

include: (a) a project-by-

project tie between the

department’s planned capital

outlay support work in 2010-

11 and the projects programmed

in the State Transportation

Improvement Program (STIP) and

the State Highway Operation and

Protection Program (SHOPP), (b)

planned project budgets for all

STIP and SHOPP projects for

which the department plans to

perform capital outlay support

work in 2010-11, and (c) a

description of the projects on

which the department has worked

in 2010-11 with the additional

230.0 positions provided in

this item, and the status of

these projects. The department

shall request from local

transportation agencies, and

local transportation agencies

shall provide, the information

necessary to complete this

report. In its use of funds

appropriated in Schedule (2),

the department shall prioritize

the project funding for those

projects that are in or near

construction.

11. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (2), $1,000,000 is

available to reimburse the

Bureau of State Audits for an

audit of the Department of

Transportation’s Capital Outlay

Support program, if an audit is

requested by the Joint

Legislative Audit Committee.

12. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (2), $250,000 is

available to reimburse the

Bureau of State Audits for an

audit of the Department of

Transportation’s PRSM program,

if an audit is requested by the

Joint Legislative Audit

Committee.

13. The amount appropriated in this

item may be augmented by up to

$4,500,000 to fund contracts

for the provisions of legal,

financial, and technical

services needed to implement

the Public-Private Partnership

program, as specified in this

provision. This funding

shall be available only for the

following three projects

identified by the Department of

Transportation as toll

financed: the 710 freight

corridor in Los Angeles County,

the I-710 North project in Los

Angeles County; and high-

occupancy toll lanes in the San

Francisco-Oakland Bay Area. If

the department determines to

pursue contracts services in

2010-11, this item may be

augmented pursuant to this

provision after submittal of a

request to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

for 30-day review. Any request

for an augmentation by the

department should be

accompanied by additional

detail on these projects,

included a description of the

location, scope, and financing

for the projects being

evaluated, reviewed, or

analyzed.

14. Funding appropriated in this

item for compliance actions for

State Air Resources Board

onroad and offroad diesel

regulations shall be reduced

accordingly by the Department

of Finance to meet the

compliance needs of the

Department of Transportation if

the State Air Resources Board

takes an action to change

onroad and offroad diesel

regulatory requirements.

15. Of the funds appropriated in

Schedule (5), $3,500,000 is

available to pay plaintiff’s

attorney’s fees as part of the

settlement of the federal and

state court cases related to

the Americans with Disabilities

Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 12101 et seq.). This item may

be augmented by up to

$5,000,000 after submittal of a

request to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

for a 30-day review.

17. The unallocated reduction in

Schedule (11.6) is from

operating expenses and

equipment savings.

2660-001-0045--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Bicycle Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund....................... 10,000

2660-001-0046--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund........................ 161,624,000

Provisions:

1. For Program 30-- Mass

Transportation, $90,347,027

appropriated in this item

is available for intercity

rail contracts.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item from

the Public Transportation

Account may be reduced and

replaced by an equivalent

amount of federal funds

determined by the Department

of Transportation to be

available and necessary to

comply with Section 8.50 and

the most effective management

of state transportation

resources. Not more than 30

days after replacing the state

funds with federal funds, the

Director of Finance shall

notify in writing the

chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the

Legislature that consider

appropriations and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

of this action.

2660-001-0365--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Historic Property Maintenance Fund................. 1,641,000

2660-001-0890--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Federal Trust Fund................................. 596,673,000

Provisions:

1. For Program 20-- Highway

Transportation. For purposes

of Section 163 of the Streets

and Highways Code, all

expenditures from this item

shall be deemed to be

expenditures from the State

Highway Account, State

Transportation Fund.

2. For Program 20-- Highway

Transportation. Federal funds

may be received from any

federal source, and shall be

deposited in the Federal Trust

Fund. Any federal

reimbursements shall be

credited to the account from

which the expenditures were

originally made.

3. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Director

of Finance may augment this

item with additional federal

funds in conjunction with an

equivalent offsetting

reduction in State Highway

Account funds in Item 2660-001-

0042, pursuant to Provision 1

of that item, or Public

Transportation Account funds

in Item 2660-001-0046,

pursuant to Provision 2 of

that item.

4. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-

0042 also applies to this item.

2660-002-0042--For support of Department of Transportation, payable from the State Highway Account to fund ongoing administrative costs for Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicles............. 600,000

2660-002-0890--For support of Department of Transportation, for debt service requirements and other financing-related costs for federal Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicles (GARVEE) issued in the 2010-11 fiscal year, payable from the Federal Trust Fund.......................... 1,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the funds appropriated in

this item shall be available for

encumbrance or expenditure until

expended.

2. If specific projects in the State

Highway Operation and Protection

Program are identified as ready for

construction funding in the 2010-11

fiscal year and cash balances are

not sufficient to allocate funds to

those projects, this item may be

augmented by up to $680,000,000

after submittal of a request to the

Joint Legislative Budget Committee

for a 30-day review. Any request

made pursuant to this provision

shall include a description of the

project or projects, the financing

plans, and the cash balances of the

State Highway Account.

3. The appropriation in this item

reflects, in part, the pledge made

by the California Transportation

Commission in accordance with

Section 14553.7 of the Government

Code in connection with the GARVEE

bonds issued in the 2010-11 fiscal

year.

4. Funds appropriated in this item are

in lieu of the amounts that have

been appropriated pursuant to

Section 14554.8 of the Government

Code.

2660-002-3007--For support of Department of Transportation, payable from the Traffic Congestion Relief Fund........................ 16,325,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.10-Highway

Transportation--

Capital Outlay

Support................ 16,034,000

(2)  30-Mass Transportation. 291,000

(3)  50.10-Administration

Program Costs.......... 238,000

(4)  50.20-Distributed

Administration Program

Costs.................. -238,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, if the California

Transportation Commission allocates

funds to Traffic Congestion Relief

Program projects in the 2010-11

fiscal year, the Director of

Finance may increase expenditure

authority in this item for

additional capital outlay staffing

directly related to new Traffic

Congestion Relief Program

allocations after notifying the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

the chairpersons of the committees

in each house of the Legislature

that consider appropriations not

later than 30 days prior to the

effective date of the approval.

2. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042

also applies to this item.

2660-004-6055--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006............. 42,108,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-

0042 also applies to this item.

2660-004-6056--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660- 001-0042, payable from the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund............................ 3,450,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042

also applies to this item.

2660-004-6058--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Transportation Facilities Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006............. 54,378,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-

0042 also applies to this item.

2660-004-6059--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660- 001-0042, payable from the Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 1,403,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042

also applies to this item.

2660-004-6060--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660- 001-0042, payable from the State-Local Partnership Program Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 753,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042

also applies to this item.

2660-004-6062--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660- 001-0042, payable from the Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006....................... 1,868,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042

also applies to this item.

2660-004-6063--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660- 001-0042, payable from the Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006....................... 576,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042

also applies to this item.

2660-004-6064--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the Highway Safety, Rehabilitation, and Preservation Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006............................... 17,055,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-

0042 also applies to this item.

2660-004-6072--For support of Department of Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-001-0042, payable from the State Route 99 Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006............................... 14,434,000

Provisions:

1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-

001-0042 also applies to this

item.

2660-005-0042--For support of Department of Transportation, for building insurance, debt service, and other financing-related costs for department-occupied office buildings, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund......... 14,732,000

Schedule:

(1)  Base Rental and Fees. 14,605,000

(2)  Insurance............ 128,000

(3)  Reimbursements....... -1,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds provided

in Item 2660-001-0042 may be

transferred to this item to pay

for any necessary insurance,

debt service, and other

financing-related costs for

Department of Transportation-

occupied office buildings. Any

transfer shall require the prior

approval of the Department of

Finance.

2. The Controller shall transfer

funds appropriated in this item

for base rental, fees, and

insurance as and when provided

for in the schedule submitted by

the State Public Works Board or

the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment

dates in any related Facility

Lease or Indenture, the schedule

may provide for an earlier

transfer of funds to ensure debt

requirements are met and base

rental payments are paid in full

when due.

3. This item may contain

adjustments pursuant to Section

4.30 that are not currently

reflected. Any adjustments to

this item shall be reported to

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

2660-007-0042--For support of Department of Transportation, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund.... 95,936,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.10-Highway

Transportation--

Capital Outlay Support. 45,857,000

(2)  20.65-Highway

Transportation--

Legal.................. 692,000

(3)  20.70-Highway

Transportation--

Operations............. 1,586,000

(4)  20.80-Highway

Transportation--

Maintenance............ 47,801,000

(5)  50.10-Administration

Program Costs.......... 18,000

(6)  50.20-Distributed

Administration Program

Costs.................. -18,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

may be expended only to attain

compliance with (a) the stormwater

discharge provisions of the

National Pollutant Discharge

Elimination System permits as

promulgated by the State Water

Resources Control Board or regional

water quality control boards, (b)

the Statewide Storm Water

Management Plan, (c) as required by

court order, or (d) any other

nonproject water or air quality

related environmental activity that

protects air quality or the quality

of receiving waters.

2. The funds appropriated in this item

may be transferred between

schedules. Any transfer will

require the prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-011-0041--For transfer by the Controller from the Aeronautics Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund, as prescribed by Section 21682.5 of the Public Utilities Code...................................... (30,000)

2660-011-0042--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the General Fund....................................... (80,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The Director of Finance may

transfer up to $80,000,000 as

a loan to the General Fund,

which shall be repaid by June

30, 2014. This loan is made

from the unexpended State

Highway Account fund balance

and is not intended to affect

projects. The repayment shall

be made as needed to ensure

that the programs supported by

the State Highway Account,

State Transportation Fund are

not adversely affected by the

loan. This loan shall be

repaid with interest

calculated at the rate earned

by the Pooled Money Investment

Account at the time of the

transfer.

2660-011-0046--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Public Transportation Account, Transportation Tax Fund, to the General Fund............................... (29,081,000)

Provisions:

1. The Director of Finance may

transfer up to $29,081,000 as

a loan to the General Fund,

which shall be repaid by June

30, 2014. This loan is made

from the unexpended Public

Transportation Account fund

balance and is not intended to

affect projects. The repayment

shall be made as needed to

ensure that the programs

supported by the Public

Transportation Account, State

Transportation Fund are not

adversely affected by the

loan. This loan shall be

repaid with interest

calculated at the rate earned

by the Pooled Money Investment

Account at the time of the

transfer.

2. The amount of this loan is

equal to the anticipated

savings in debt service for

transit-related transportation

bonds during the 2010-11

fiscal year. The savings is

relative to assumed costs for

debt service at the time of

the enactment of Chapter 12 of

the 2009-10 Eighth

Extraordinary Session.

2660-011-0062--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Highway Users Tax Account, Transportation Tax Fund, to the General Fund....................... (761,639,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in

this item is a loan to the

General Fund of the

revenues identified in

paragraph (2) of

subdivision (a) of Section

2103 of the Streets and

Highways Code and

shall be repaid by June

30, 2013, with interest

calculated at the rate

earned by the Pooled Money

Investment Account at the

time of the transfer. This

loan is authorized

pursuant to the

declaration of a fiscal

emergency by the Governor

on January 8, 2010, and

Section 6 of Article XIX

of the California

Constitution.

2. The funds from the

repayment of this loan

shall be allocated by the

formula set forth in

paragraph (3) of

subdivision (a) of Section

2103 of the Streets and

Highways Code.

3. Of the amount of this

loan, $111,631,000 is

equal to the anticipated

savings in debt service

for highway-related

transportation bonds

during the 2010-11 fiscal

year. The savings is

relative to assumed

costs for debt service at

the time of the enactment

of Chapter 12 of the 2009-

10 Eighth Extraordinary

Session.

2660-012-0042--For augmentation for emergencies relating to a state of emergency declared by the Governor, payable from the State Highway Account..... (40,000,000)

Provisions:

1. Required notification to the

Legislature of appropriations

pursuant to this item

shall include, in addition to

all other required

information, (a) an estimate

of federal funds or other

funds that the department may

receive for the same purposes

as the proposed appropriation,

and (b) explanation of the

necessity of the proposed

appropriation given

anticipated federal funds or

other funds.

2. Funds appropriated in this

item may be used for support,

local assistance, or capital

outlay expenditures.

2660-015-0042--For support of the Department of Transportation, for payments related to availability payments and other requirements related to the Presidio Parkway Public- Private Partnership, payable from the State 100,000,0 Highway Account, State Transportation Fund.. 00

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the funds

appropriated in this item

shall be available for

encumbrance or expenditure

until expended.

2. Upon approval of the Department

of Finance, this item may be

augmented by up to $5,000,000

if additional funds are

necessary to meet availability

payments and other requirements

related to the Presidio Parkway

Public-Private Partnership,

including adjustments for

relief events and for inflation-

adjusted or inflation-indexed

payments. Any such augmentation

shall occur not sooner than 30

days after providing

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor, including a

comprehensive description of

the request, to the

chairpersons of the fiscal and

policy committees of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine.

3. The appropriation in this item

is for the Presidio Parkway

Public-Private Partnership that

was approved by the California

Transportation Commission on

May 20, 2010. Funds

appropriated in this item do

not require allocation by the

commission. No funds

appropriated in this item shall

be available for expenditure

until the final lease agreement

is submitted to the Legislature

and the final lease agreement

is executed.

4. At least 60 days prior to

executing a final lease

agreement for the Presidio

Parkway Public-Private

Partnership, the department or

regional transportation agency

shall submit the agreement to

the Legislature and the Public

Infrastructure Advisory

Commission for review.

Prior to submitting a lease

agreement to the Legislature

and the Public Infrastructure

Advisory Commission, the

department or regional

transportation agency shall

conduct at least one public

hearing at a location at or

near the proposed facility for

purposes of receiving public

comment on the lease agreement.

Public comments made during

this hearing shall be submitted

to the Legislature and the

Public Infrastructure Advisory

Commission with the lease

agreement. The Secretary of

Business, Transportation and

Housing or the chairperson of

the Senate or Assembly fiscal

committees or policy committees

with jurisdiction over

transportation matters may, by

written notification to the

department or regional

transportation agency, provide

any comments about the proposed

agreement within the 60-day

period prior to the execution

of the final agreement. The

department or regional

transportation agency shall

consider those comments prior

to executing a final agreement

and shall retain the discretion

for executing the final

lease agreement.

5. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may

be transferred to Item 2660-015-

0890 and Item 2660-315-0890.

These transfers require the

prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-015-0890--For support of the Department of Transportation, for payments related to availability payments and other requirements related to the Presidio Parkway Public- Private Partnership, payable from the 100,000,0 Federal Trust Fund........................... 00

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the funds

appropriated in this item shall

be available for encumbrance or

expenditure until expended.

2. Notwithstanding Section 28.00,

upon approval of the Department

of Finance, this item may be

augmented by up to $5,000,000

if additional funds are

necessary to meet availability

payments and other requirements

related to the Presidio Parkway

Public-Private Partnership,

including adjustments for

relief events and for inflation-

adjusted or inflation-indexed

payments. Any such augmentation

shall occur not sooner than 30

days after providing

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor, including a

comprehensive description of

the request, to the

chairpersons of the fiscal and

policy committees of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine.

3. The appropriation in this item

is for the Presidio Parkway

Public-Private Partnership that

was approved by the California

Transportation Commission

on May 20, 2010. Funds

appropriated in this item do

not require allocation by the

commission. No funds

appropriated in this item shall

be available for expenditure

until the final lease agreement

is submitted to the Legislature

and the final lease agreement

is executed.

4. At least 60 days prior to

executing a final lease

agreement for the Presidio

Parkway Public-Private

Partnership, the department or

regional transportation agency

shall submit the agreement to

the Legislature and the Public

Infrastructure Advisory

Commission for review. Prior to

submitting a lease agreement to

the Legislature and the Public

Infrastructure Advisory

Commission, the department or

regional transportation

agency shall conduct at least

one public hearing at a

location at or near the

proposed facility for purposes

of receiving public comment on

the lease agreement. Public

comments made during this

hearing shall be submitted to

the Legislature and the Public

Infrastructure Advisory

Commission with the lease

agreement. The Secretary of

Business, Transportation and

Housing or the Chairperson of

the Senate or Assembly fiscal

committees or policy committees

with jurisdiction over

transportation matters may, by

written notification to the

department or regional

transportation agency, provide

any comments about the proposed

agreement within the 60-day

period prior to the execution

of the final agreement. The

department or regional

transportation agency shall

consider those comments prior

to executing a final agreement

and shall retain the discretion

for executing the final lease

agreement.

5. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may

be transferred to Item 2660-015-

0042 and Item 2660-315-0890.

These transfers require the

prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-021-0042--For transfer by the Controller from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund, as prescribed by Section 194 of the Streets and Highways Code...................................... (25,046,000)

2660-022-0042--For transfer by the Controller from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund, to the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund to be used as specified in Section 164.56 of the Streets and Highways Code................. (10,000,000)

2660-101-0042--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund................... 92,892,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway Transportation- 92,892,

- Local Assistance........... 000

(a)  Regional

Improvements

............ (92,892,000)

(b)  Interregiona

l

Improvements

............ 0

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item shall

be available for allocation by the

California Transportation Commission

until June 30, 2012, and available

for encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred intraschedule

or to Item 2660-102-0042, 2660-301-

0042, or 2660-302-0042. These

transfers shall require the prior

approval of the Department of

Finance.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be supplemented with federal

funding appropriation authority and

with prior year State Highway Account

appropriation balances at a level

determined by the Department of

Transportation as required to process

claims utilizing federal advance

construction through the plan of

financial adjustment process under

Sections 11251 and 16365 of the

Government Code.

2660-101-0045--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, Program 20-- Highway Transportation, payable from the Bicycle Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund......................... 7,200,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

this item will be available for

allocation until June 30, 2012, and

available for encumbrance and

liquidation until June 30, 2016.

2660-101-0046--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund........................ 305,827,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this

item shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission

until June 30, 2012, and

available for encumbrance and

liquidation until June 30,

2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may

be transferred to Item 2660-

301-0046. These transfers

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

2660-101-0183--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, Program 20- Highway Transportation, payable from the Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund............................... 10,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item will

be available for allocation

until June 30, 2012, and

available for encumbrance and

liquidation until June 30,

2016.

2660-101-0890--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Federal Trust Fund......... 66,828,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation..... 66,828,

000

(a)  Regional

Improvements

............ (66,828,000)

Provisions:

1. For purposes of the Streets and

Highways Code, all expenditures from

this item shall be deemed to be

expenditures from the State Highway

Account, State Transportation Fund.

2. Federal funds may be received from

any federal source and shall be

deposited in the Federal Trust Fund.

Any federal reimbursements shall be

credited to the account from which

the expenditures were originally made.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred intraschedule

or to Item 2660-102-0890, 2660-301-

0890, or 2660-302-0890. These

transfers shall require the prior

approval of the Department of

Finance. These funds shall be

available for allocation by the

California Transportation Commission

until June 30, 2012, and

available for encumbrance and

liquidation until June 30, 2016.

2660-102-0042--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund.................. 140,313,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation... 128,313,

000

(a)  Regional

Surface

Transportat

ion

Program (57,848,000 Exchange... )

(b)  Local (70,465,000 Assistance. )

(2)  40-Transportation Planning.. 12,000,0

00

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in Schedule (1)

shall be available for allocation by

the California Transportation

Commission until June 30, 2012, and

available for encumbrance and

liquidation until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred

intraschedule or to Item 2660-101-

0042, 2660-301-0042, or 2660-302-

0042. These transfers shall require

the prior approval of the Department

of Finance.

2660-102-0890--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Federal Trust Fund..................................... 1,461,105,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway 1,355,789,00

Transportation...... 0

(2)  30-Mass

Transportation...... 41,316,000

(3)  40-Transportation

Planning............ 64,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

transferred intraschedule or to

Item 2660-101-0890, 2660-301-

0890, or 2660-302-0890. These

transfers shall require the

prior approval of the Department

of Finance. Funds appropriated

in Schedules (1) and (2) shall

be available for allocation by

the California Transportation

Commission until June 30, 2012,

and available for encumbrance

and liquidation until June 30,

2016.

2. For Program 20-- Highway

Transportation. For purposes of

the Streets and Highways Code,

all expenditures from this

item shall be deemed to be

expenditures from the State

Highway Account, State

Transportation Fund.

3. For Program 20-- Highway

Transportation. Federal funds

may be received from any federal

source and shall be deposited in

the Federal Trust Fund. Any

federal reimbursements shall be

credited to the account from

which the expenditures were

originally made.

2660-104-6043--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the High Speed Rail Passenger Train Bond Fund................. 146,126,000

Schedule:

(1)  30.10-Mass

Transportation...... 146,126,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance or liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2660-104-6055--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),

payable from the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.................................. 40,346,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation--

Local Assistance....... 40,346,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

this item may be transferred to

Item 2660-304-6055. These transfers

shall require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

2660-104-6056--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund.......................... 181,346,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation--

Local Assistance.... 181,346,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation

until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

transferred to Item 2660-304-

6056. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

3. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

increased by up to $84,399,000

upon approval of the Department

of Finance.

2660-104-6058--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Transportation Facilities Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006... 69,349,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation-- Local

Assistance............. 69,349,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

transferred to Item 2660-304-6058.

These transfers shall require the

prior approval of the Department of

Finance.

2660-104-6059--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, payable from the Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.. 1,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Mass Transportation..... 1,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred to Item

2660-304-6059. These transfers

require the prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-104-6060--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State-Local Partnership Program Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006............ 240,246,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation--

Local Assistance.... 149,332,000

(2)  30.10-Mass

Transportation...... 90,914,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the

California Transportation

Commission until June 30, 2012,

and available for encumbrance

and liquidation until June 30,

2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

transferred intraschedule or to

Item 2660-304-6060. These

transfers shall require the

prior approval of the Department

of Finance.

2660-104-6062--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006................................. 5,610,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation-- Local

Assistance................. 5,610,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

this item may be increased by up to

$6,250,000 upon approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-104-6063--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..................... 216,424,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation--

Local Assistance.... 216,424,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation

until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

transferred to Item 2660-304-

6063. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

2660-104-6064--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Highway Safety, Rehabilitation and Preservation Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006... 181,543,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation--

Local Assistance.... 181,543,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation

until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

transferred to Item 2660-304-

6064. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

2660-104-6072--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State Route 99 Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006...... 1,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.30-Highway

Transportation-- Local

Assistance................. 1,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

this item may be transferred to Item

2660-304-6072. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-105-0046--For local assistance, Department of Transportation, Program 30- Mass Transportation, payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund, for water transit operations managed through the Metropolitan Transportation Commission.... 3,056,000

2660-301-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund................... 219,108,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation.... 219,108,

000

(a)  Regional

Improvement (109,554,000 s.......... )

(b)  Interregion

al

Improvement (109,554,000 s.......... )

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred intraschedule

or to Item 2660-101-0042, 2660-102-

0042, 2660-302-0042, or 2660-311-

0042. These transfers shall require

the prior approval of the Department

of Finance.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be supplemented with federal

funding appropriation authority and

with prior year State Highway Account

appropriation balances at a level

determined by the department as

required to process claims utilizing

federal advance construction through

the plan of financial adjustment

process under Sections 11251 and

16365 of the Government Code.

2660-301-0046--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, payable from the Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund.......................................... 16,400,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Mass

Transportation......... 21,400,000

(2)  Reimbursements......... -5,000,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item

shall be available for allocation

by the California Transportation

Commission until June 30, 2012, and

available for encumbrance and

liquidation until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred to Item

2660-101-0046 with the prior

approval of the Director of Finance.

2660-301-0890--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Federal Trust Fund...................................... 158,902,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation... 59,400,

000

(a)  Regional

Improvement (44,550,000 s.......... )

(b)  Interregion

al

Improvement (14,850,000 s.......... )

(2)  30-Mass Transportation...... 99,502,

000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, amounts scheduled in this

item may be transferred

intraschedule or to Item 2660-101-

0890, 2660-102-0890, or 2660-302-

0890, upon the prior approval of

the Department of Finance. These

funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. For purposes of the Streets and

Highways Code, all expenditures

from this item shall be deemed to

be expenditures from the State

Highway Account, State

Transportation Fund.

3. Federal funds may be received from

any federal source and shall be

deposited in the Federal Trust

Fund. Any federal reimbursements

shall be credited to the account

from which the expenditures were

originally made.

2660-302-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund........ 185,443,000

Schedule:

(1 20-Highway Transportation... 1,145,443 )  ,000

(a)  State

Highway

Operation

and

Protection (1,145,443,0 Program.... 00)

(2 Reimbursements.............. -960,000, )  000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred to Item 2660-

101-0042, 2660-102-0042, 2660-301-

0042, or 2660-311-0042. These

transfers shall require the prior

approval of the Department of Finance.

3. The Department of Transportation is

directed to redirect $1 from its

support appropriation for the

purchase of a modular office unit

totaling approximately 4,176 square

feet in the City of Eureka.

4. No funds appropriated in this item

are available for expenditure on

specialty building facilities. For

the purpose of this item, specialty

building facilities are equipment

facilities, maintenance facilities,

material laboratories, and traffic

management centers.

2660-302-0890--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Federal Trust Fund......... 956,757,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation.... 956,757,

000

(a)  State

Highway

Operation

and

Protection (956,757,000 Program.... )

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, amounts scheduled in this

item may be transferred to Item 2660-

101-0890, 2660-102-0890, or 2660-301-

0890. These transfers shall require

the prior approval of the Department

of Finance. These funds shall be

available for allocation by the

California Transportation Commission

until June 30, 2012, and available

for encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. For purposes of the Streets and

Highways Code, all expenditures from

this item shall be deemed to be

expenditures from the State Highway

Account, State Transportation Fund.

3. Federal funds may be received from

any federal source and shall be

deposited in the Federal Trust Fund.

Any federal reimbursements shall

be credited to the account from which

the expenditures were originally made.

4. No funds appropriated in this item

are available for expenditure on

specialty building facilities. For

the purpose of this item, specialty

building facilities are equipment

facilities, maintenance facilities,

material laboratories, and traffic

management centers.

2660-303-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, specialty building facilities, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund............ 18,050,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway

Transportation......... 18,050,000

Provisions:

1. For the purpose of this item,

specialty building facilities are

equipment facilities, maintenance

facilities, material laboratories,

and traffic management centers.

Ancillary equipment associated with

the management of transportation

systems such as loop detectors,

closed-circuit television cameras,

and transportation management

systems field elements are not

deemed specialty building

facilities and are not funded from

this item.

2660-303-0890--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, specialty building facilities, payable from the Federal Trust Fund.......................................... 1,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway

Transportation.............. 1,000

(a)  State Highway

Operation and

Protection

Program........ (1,000)

Provisions:

1. For the purpose of this item,

specialty building facilities are

equipment facilities, maintenance

facilities, material laboratories,

and traffic management centers.

Ancillary equipment associated with

the management of transportation

systems such as loop detectors,

closed-circuit television cameras,

and transportation management systems

field elements are not deemed

specialty building facilities and are

not funded from this item.

2660-304-6043--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund.................................... 88,302,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Mass

Transportation........ 88,302,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2660-304-6055--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Corridor Mobility Improvement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006............ 496,829,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway

Transportation...... 496,829,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation

until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item

may be transferred to Item 2660-

104-6055. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

3. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

increased by up to

$7,166,000upon approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-304-6056--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Trade Corridors Improvement Fund.......................... 109,031,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway

Transportation...... 1,000

(2)  30-Mass

Transportation...... 109,030,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation

until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may be

transferred to Item 2660-104-

6056. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

2660-304-6058--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Transportation Facilities Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..................... 400,000,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway

Transportation...... 400,000,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available

for allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation

until June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item

may be transferred to Item 2660-

104-6058. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

2660-304-6059--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, payable from the Public Transportation, Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006.. 1,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Mass Transportation..... 1,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred to Item

2660-104-6059 upon the prior

approval of the Department of

Finance.

2660-304-6060--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State-Local Partnership Program Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006................................. 1,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation.. 1,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

this item may be transferred to Item

2660-104-6060. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-304-6064--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the Highway Safety, Rehabilitation and Preservation Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006...... 1,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation.. 1,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until June

30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

this item may be transferred to Item

2660-104-6064. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-304-6072--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, non-State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the State Route 99 Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006......................... 68,071,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway

Transportation......... 68,071,000

Provisions:

1. These funds shall be available for

allocation by the California

Transportation Commission until

June 30, 2012, and available for

encumbrance and liquidation until

June 30, 2016.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

this item may be transferred to

Item 2660-104-6072. These transfers

shall require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

3. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be increased by up to

$48,703,000 upon approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-311-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund.... 687,000

Schedule:

(1)  20-Highway Transportation.... 687,000

(a)  20.20.101-

Eureka District

1 Office

Renovation-

-Working

drawings........ 687,000

Provisions:

1. For Program 20--Highway

Transportation. Upon approval of the

Department of Finance, up to 20

percent of the funds appropriated in

this item may be transferred from

Items 2660-301-0042 or 2660-302-0042

to enable the California

Transportation Commission to allocate

supplemental funds to this project.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, the project in this item

shall be subject to administrative

oversight by the State Public Works

Board.

2660-315-0890--For capital outlay, Department of Transportation, for payments related to availability payments and other requirements related to the Presidio Parkway Public-Private Partnership, payable from the 930,070,0 Federal Trust Fund........................... 00

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the funds

appropriated in this item shall

be available for encumbrance or

expenditure until expended.

2. Notwithstanding Section 28.00,

upon approval of the Department

of Finance, this item may be

augmented by up to $46,500,000

if additional funds are

necessary to meet availability

payments and other requirements

related to the Presidio Parkway

Public-Private Partnership,

including adjustments for

relief events and for inflation-

adjusted or inflation-indexed

payments. Any such augmentation

shall occur not sooner than 30

days after providing

notification in writing of the

necessity therefor, including a

comprehensive description of

the request, to the

chairpersons of the fiscal and

policy committees of the

Legislature and the Chairperson

of the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine.

3. The appropriation in this item

is for the Presidio Parkway

Public-Private Partnership that

was approved by the California

Transportation Commission on

May 20, 2010. Funds

appropriated in this item do

not require allocation by the

commission. No funds

appropriated in this item shall

be available for expenditure

until the final lease agreement

is submitted to the Legislature

and the final lease agreement

is executed.

4. At least 60 days prior to

executing a final lease

agreement for the Presidio

Parkway Public-Private

Partnership, the department or

regional transportation agency

shall submit the agreement to

the Legislature and the Public

Infrastructure Advisory

Commission for review. Prior to

submitting a lease agreement to

the Legislature and the Public

Infrastructure Advisory

Commission, the department or

regional transportation agency

shall conduct at least one

public hearing at a location at

or near the proposed facility

for purposes of receiving

public comment on the lease

agreement. Public comments made

during this hearing shall be

submitted to the Legislature

and the Public Infrastructure

Advisory Commission with the

lease agreement. The Secretary

of Business, Transportation and

Housing or the Chairperson of

the Senate or Assembly fiscal

committees or policy committees

with jurisdiction over

transportation matters may, by

written notification to the

department or regional

transportation agency, provide

any comments about the proposed

agreement within the 60-day

period prior to the execution

of the final agreement. The

department or regional

transportation agency shall

consider those comments prior

to executing a final agreement

and shall retain the discretion

for executing the final lease

agreement.

5. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, funds

appropriated in this item may

be transferred to Item 2660-015-

0042 and Item 2660-015-0890.

These transfers require the

prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-399-0042--For the Department of Transportation, for final cost accounting of projects for which appropriations have expired, for state operations, local assistance, or capital outlay, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund. Funds appropriated in this item shall be available for expenditure until June 30, 2011........... 5,000,000

2660-399-0890--For the Department of Transportation, for state operations, local assistance, or capital outlay, payable from the Federal Trust Fund...................... 5,000,000

Provisions:

1. $5,000,000 is available for

Corridor Improvement and Formula

Section 163 grants.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in this

item may be transferred to Item

2660-001-0890, 2660-101-0890, 2660-

102-0890, 2660-301-0890, or 2660-

302-0890. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

2660-401--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of the following items of the Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), the loans authorized by those items shall be repaid by June 30, 2012, with interest calculated at the rate earned by the Pooled Money Investment Account at the time of the transfer:

(1)  Item 2660-011-0042, State Highway

Account, State Transportation Fund,

Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(2)  Item 2660-011-0045, Bicycle

Transportation Account, State

Transportation Fund, Budget Act of

2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(3)  Item 2660-011-0052, Local Airport Loan

Account, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(4)  Item 2660-011-0061, Motor Vehicle Fuel

Account, Transportation Tax Fund,

Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(5)  Item 2660-011-0183, Environmental

Enhancement and Mitigation Program

Fund, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(6)  Item 2660-011-0365, Historic Property

Maintenance Fund, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(7)  Item 2660-011-2500, Pedestrian Safety

Account, State Transportation Fund,

Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

2660-402--Before allocating projects in the 2010-11 fiscal year that would result in the issuance of notes pursuant to Section 14553 of the Government Code exceeding $800,000,000, the California Transportation Commission shall consult with the Business, Transportation and Housing Agency, the Department of Transportation, and the Department of Finance pursuant to Section 14553.8 of the Government Code to consider and determine the appropriateness of the mechanism authorized by Section 14553 of the Government Code in comparison to other funding mechanisms, and to determine and report to the Governor and the Legislature the effect of issuance of the notes on future federal funding commitments. Allocations above $800,000,000 shall not be made prior to providing 60 days’ notice to the chairpersons of the transportation committees of each house of the Legislature and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

2660-491--Reappropriation, Department of Transportation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the unliquidated encumbrances for the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated until June 30, 2011. The unencumbered balance shall not be available for encumbrance.

0042-- State Highway Account

(1)  Item 2660-301-0042, Budget Act of 2000

(Ch. 52, Stats. 2000)  

(2)  Item 2660-301-0042, Budget Act of 2003

(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)  

(3)  Item 2660-302-0042, Budget Act of 2003

(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)  

(4)  Item 2660-301-0042, Budget Act of 2004

(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)  

(5)  Item 2660-302-0042, Budget Act of 2004

(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)  

0890-- Federal Trust Fund

(1)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2003

(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)  

(2)  Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2003

(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)  

2660-493--Reappropriation, Department of Transportation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the appropriations in the following citations are reappropriated to enable the collection of outstanding federal reimbursements as of the end of June 30, 2011. These appropriations are not available for encumbrance or liquidation and shall revert on June 30, 2011.

0890-- Federal Trust Fund

(1)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 1998

(Ch. 324, Stats. 1998)  

(2)  Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 1999

(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)  

(3)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 1999

(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)  

(4)  Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2000

(Ch. 52, Stats. 2000)  

(5)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of

2000 (Ch. 52, Stats. 2000)

(6)  Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2001

(Ch. 106, Stats. 2001)  

(7)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2001

(Ch. 106, Stats. 2001)  

(8)  Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2002

(Ch. 379, Stats. 2002)  

(9)  Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2003

(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)  

(10)  Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2004

(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)  

(11)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2002

(Ch. 379, Stats. 2002)  

(12)  Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2002

(Ch. 379, Stats. 2002)  

(12.5)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2003

(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)  

(12.6)  Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2003

(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)  

(13)  Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2004

(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)  

(14)  Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2004

(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)  

(15)  Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2005

(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)  

2660-495--Reversion, Department of Transportation. As of June 30, 2010, the unallocated balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the funds from which the appropriations were made:

6055-- Corridor Mobility Improvement

Account

(1)  Item 2660-304-6055, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(2)  Item 2660-104-6055, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(3)  Item 2660-304-6055, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6056-- Trade Corridors Improvement Fund

(1)  Item 2660-104-6056, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(2)  Item 2660-304-6056, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6058-- Transportation Financing Account

(1)  Item 2660-304-6058, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(2)  Item 2660-104-6058, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(3)  Item 2660-304-6058, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6059-- Public Transportation

Modernization, Improvement, and Service

Enhancement Account

(1)  Item 2660-304-6059, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(2)  Item 2660-304-6059, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6060-- State-Local Partnership Program

Account

(1)  Item 2660-104-6060, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(2)  Item 2660-304-6060, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6063-- Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety

Account

(1)  Item 2660-104-6063, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(2)  Item 2660-104-6063, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6064-- Highway Safety, Rehabilitation and

Preservation Account (Traffic Light Synchronization Program)

(1)  Item 2660-104-6064, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(2)  Item 2660-104-6064, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6064-- Highway Safety, Rehabilitation and

Preservation Account (non-State Transportation Improvement Program)

(1)  Item 2660-304-6064, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(2)  Item 2660-304-6064, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

6072-- State Route 99 Account

(1)  Item 2660-304-6072, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

2660-496--Reversion, Department of Transportation. As of June 30, 2010, the amounts specified below of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the balances of the funds from which the appropriations were made:

0890--Federal Trust Fund

(1)  Item 2660-002-0890, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  , $675,000,000 for federal Grant

Anticipation Revenue Vehicles

2660-497--Reversion, Department of Transportation. As of June 30, 2010, the amounts specified below, of the appropriations provided in the following citations, shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made:

0042--State Highway Account, State Transportation

Fund

(1)  Item 2660-001-0042, Budget

Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)............ 100,000,000

2665-004-6043--For support of High-Speed Rail Authority, payable in accordance with and from the proceeds of the Safe, Reliable High-Speed Train Bond Act for the 21st Century, payable from the High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund................... 57,031,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Administration..... 6,140,000

(2)  20-Program Management

and Oversight

Contracts............. 39,036,000

(3)  30-Public Information

and Communications

Contracts............. 1,800,000

(4)  40-Fiscal and Other

External Contracts.... 10,055,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds provided in this

item for contracts, the High-

Speed Rail Authority shall ensure

that all deliverables and

services included in contracts

between the authority and each of

its contractors are completed to

the level prescribed by the

contract as a requirement for

payment by the authority to the

contractor. It is intent of the

Legislature that this section

does not prohibit the High-Speed

Rail Authority from working with

contractors in the management of

these contracts.

1.5. Of the amounts appropriated

in Schedule (4), $1,000,000 is

for ridership and revenue

forecasting, and shall be

available for expenditure only

after submittal of a report, as

specified in this provision, to

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee and a 60-day review

period, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may determine. The

report shall be submitted no

later than 30 days after the

enactment of the Budget Act of

2010. The report shall be

accompanied by the assessment of

the existing ridership model

prepared by the Institute of

Transportation Studies at the

University of California,

Berkeley. The report shall

include, but not necessarily be

limited to, recommendations by

the High-Speed Rail Authority on

changes it proposes to make as it

updates or replaces the existing

ridership and revenue models, and

how the authority is, or is not,

incorporating the findings of the

Institute of Transportation

Studies into the revised models.

2. Of the amounts appropriated in

this item, and Items 2665-304-

0890, 2665-304-6043, 2665-305-

0890, and 2665-305-6043, a total

of $55,320,000 shall be available

for expenditure only after the

submittal of a report to the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee and a 60-day review

period, or not sooner than

whatever lesser time the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee, or

his or her designee, may

determine. The High-Speed Rail

Authority shall have discretion

concerning how the $55,320,000 in

restricted expenditures is

allocated among the five items of

appropriation listed above. The

authority shall submit the report

no later than February 1, 2011.

The report shall include, but not

necessarily be limited to, all of

the following:

(a)  A complete legal analysis

of the revenue guarantee

and/or mechanisms to

reduce the operator’s

risk, which the authority

indicates it would

provide to its operator.

To mitigate risk, the

authority shall provide

an analysis of the

revenue contribution to

the project from the

private operator with and

without a revenue

guarantee and/or

mechanisms to reduce the

operator’s risk. The

authority shall discuss

alternative financing

approaches to make up for

any lost revenue in the

case of no revenue

guarantee and/or

mechanisms to reduce the

operator’s risk.

(b)  A report on contract

expenditures for

community outreach,

including detail by type

of expenditure and

activity. Detail on

meetings by segment and

community and a summary

of correspondence, e-

mail, media, Internet

Web site, and other

outreach efforts shall be

included in the report.

(c)  A financial plan update

with alternative funding

scenarios. To mitigate

risk, the authority shall

report on alternative

funding options if no

significant federal funds

are received beyond the

American Recovery and

Reinvestment Act and no

revenue guarantee and/or

mechanisms to reduce the

operator’s risk are

allowable. The plan shall

also include construction

alternatives for a

constrained funding

environment--what

investments would be made

and construction

completed if the nonbond

resources only equal bond

funding.

(d)  A copy of the strategic

plan that the

authority is developing

pursuant to the

requirements of the State

Administrative Manual.

(e)  A report on the

performance of the

Program Manager

Contractor. The authority

shall indicate all the

measures it has taken to

address the findings and

recommendations of the

Bureau of State Audits

April 2010 report, how

the authority evaluates

the performance of the

contractor, and what

those evaluations suggest

in terms of resolution to

the deficiencies noted by

the auditor.

(f)  A report on how the

authority has addressed

other recommendations of

the Bureau of State

Audits not otherwise

covered by this provision.

3. Of the amount provided in

Schedule (1), $100,000 shall be

made available to support the

operation of the independent peer

review group established pursuant

to Section 185035 of the Public

Utilities Code.

2665-304-0890--For capital outlay, High- Speed Rail Authority, for payment to Item 2665-304-6043, payable from the Federal 25,000,00 Trust Fund................................... 0

Provisions:

1. Provision 2 of Item 2665-004-

6043 and Provisions 1 and 1.6

of Item 2665-304-6043 shall

apply to this item.

2665-304-6043--For capital outlay, High- Speed Rail Authority, payable from the High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund....... 28,345,000

Schedule:

(1.5)  20.15.010-Segment

A: San Francisco to

San Jose-

-Acquisition....... 7,425,000

(2.1)  20.25.010-Segment

B: San Jose to

Merced--Acquisition

.................... 6,126,000

(2.2)  20.30.010-Segment

C: Merced to Fresno-

-Acquisition........ 6,915,000

(2.3)  20.40.010-Segment

D: Fresno to

Bakersfield-

-Acquisition........ 13,181,000

(2.4)  20.45.010-Segment

E: Bakersfield to

Palmdale-

-Acquisition........ 1,080,000

(2.5)  20.50.010-Segment

F: Palmdale to Los

Angeles-

-Acquisition........ 10,643,000

(2.6)  20.60.010-Segment

G: Los Angeles

to Anaheim-

-Acquisition........ 4,630,000

(2.7)  20.70.010-Segment

H: Los Angeles to

San Diego-

-Acquisition........ 1,217,000

(2.8)  20.80.010-Segment

I: Merced to

Sacramento-

-Acquisition........ 1,298,000

(2.9)  20.90.010-Segment

J: Altamont Pass-

-Acquisition........ 830,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 2665-304- 0890)............... -25,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, the Department

of Finance may, pursuant to a

request by the High-Speed Rail

Authority, authorize the

expenditure of up to

$121,500,000 from the High-Speed

Passenger Train Bond Fund and

$121,500,000 from the Federal

Trust Fund in excess of the

amount appropriated in this item

and Item 2665-304-0890 to pay

the costs of acquisition

activities, including, but not

limited to, due diligence,

environmental review,

appraisals, negotiations,

testing, and purchasing. The

Department of Finance shall

provide notification in writing

to the chairpersons of the

fiscal committees of each house

of the Legislature and the

Chairperson of the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee 30

days prior to approval, or

whatever lesser time the

chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may in each instance

determine. The notification

shall include the reason or

reasons for the additional

expenditures, the status of

environmental review for that

segment, and the timeline for

acquisition. Any bond proceeds

to be used for the purchase of

real property or right-of-way

accesses may only be expended if

a match, as, and to the

extent, set forth in, Section

2704.08 of the Streets and

Highways Code, is received from

the American Recovery and

Reinvestment Act (ARRA) or other

non-bond fund sources.

1.5. Provision 2 of Item 2665-004-

6043 shall apply to this item.

1.6. Of the amount identified in

Provision 1 for additional

acquisition activities,

$30,750,000 from the High-Speed

Passenger Train Bond Fund and

$30,750,000 from the Federal

Trust Fund shall be available

for expenditure no sooner than

60 days after the submittal of a

report to the Chairperson of the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee, as specified in

Provision 2 of Item 2665-004-

6043, or whatever lesser time

the chairperson of the joint

committee, or his or her

designee, may determine.

4. The projects identified in this

item may be managed by the High-

Speed Rail Authority.

5. The projects identified in this

item are subject to review by

the State Public Works Board.

6. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, each project

in Schedules (1.5) to (2.9),

inclusive, of this item shall be

the same as the respectively

coded project in Schedules (1.5)

to (2.9), inclusive, of Item

2665-305-6043. For a given

project, funds appropriated in

this item may be transferred

to the same project in Item 2665-

305-6043. These transfers shall

require the prior approval of

the Department of Finance.

2665-305-0890--For capital outlay, High- Speed Rail Authority, for payment to Item 2665-305-6043, payable from the Federal 52,500,00 Trust Fund................................... 0

Provisions:

1. Provision 2 of Item 2665-004-

6043 and Provision 3 of Item

2665-305-6043 shall apply to

this item.

2665-305-6043--For capital outlay, High- Speed Rail Authority, payable from the High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund....... 58,405,000

Schedule:

(1.5)  20.15.010-Segment

A: San Francisco to

San Jose--Design.... 18,725,000

(2.1)  20.25.010-Segment

B: San Jose to

Merced--Design...... 19,994,000

(2.2)  20.30.010-Segment

C: Merced to Fresno-

-Design............. 9,224,000

(2.3)  20.40.010-Segment

D: Fresno to

Bakersfield--Design. 25,285,000

(2.4)  20.45.010-Segment

E: Bakersfield to

Palmdale--Design.... 735,000

(2.5)  20.50.010-Segment

F: Palmdale to Los

Angeles--Design..... 24,582,000

(2.6)  20.60.010-Segment

G: Los Angeles to

Anaheim--Design..... 6,455,000

(2.7)  20.70.010-Segment

H: Los Angeles to

San Diego--Design... 2,483,000

(2.8)  20.80.010-Segment

I: Merced to

Sacramento--Design.. 1,502,000

(2.9)  20.90.010-Segment

J: Altamont Pass-

-Design............. 1,920,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 2665-305- 0890)............... -52,500,000

Provisions:

1. The projects identified in this

item may be managed by the High-

Speed Rail Authority.

1.5. Provision 2 of Item 2665-004-

6043 shall also apply to

this item.

2. The projects identified in this

item are subject to review by

the State Public Works Board.

3. The funds appropriated in this

item shall be available for

expenditure until June 30, 2013.

4. The projects identified in this

item may utilize design-bid-

build construction or other

methods of procurement

consistent with practices,

policies, and procedures of the

High-Speed Rail Authority.

5. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, each project

in Schedules (1.5) to (2.9),

inclusive, shall be the same as

the respectively coded project

in Schedules (1.5) to (2.9),

inclusive, of Item 2665-304-

6043. For a given project,

funds appropriated in this item

may be transferred to the same

project in Item 2665-304-6043.

These transfers shall require

the prior approval of the

Department of Finance.

6. A memorandum of understanding

(MOU)  that identifies state

capital outlay construction

expenditures in excess of

$2,500,000 shall be subject to

appropriation for the elements

covered by the MOU and

contingent on (1) review and

reporting by a peer review

group of the segment financing

plan for the applicable segment

and (2) completion of a project-

level environmental impact

report for the applicable

segment.

2670-001-0290--For support of Board of Pilot Commissioners for the Bays of San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun, payable from the Board of Pilot Commissioners’ Special Fund... 2,627,000

Schedule:

(1)  10.01-Support.............. 1,336,000

(2)  10.03-Training............. 1,291,000

Provisions:

1. The amount appropriated in this item

may include revenues derived from

the assessment of fines and

penalties imposed as specified in

Section 13332.18 of the

Government Code.

2700-001-0044--For support of Office of Traffic Safety, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund............. 435,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-California Traffic

Safety................. 59,499,000

(2)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust Fund

(Item 2700-001-0890)  ... -59,064,000

2700-001-0890--For support of Office of Traffic Safety, for payment to Item 2700- 001-0044, payable from the Federal Trust Fund....................................... 59,064,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, federal

funds appropriated in this

item but not encumbered or

expended by June 30, 2011, may

be expended in the 2011-12

fiscal year.

2700-101-0890--For local assistance, Office of Traffic Safety, payable from the Federal Trust Fund......................... 36,993,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law, federal

funds appropriated in this

item but not encumbered or

expended by June 30, 2011,

may be expended in the 2011-12

fiscal year.

2700-491--Reappropriation, Office of Traffic Safety. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated until June 30, 2011, and available for liquidation until June 30, 2016:

0890--Federal Trust Fund

(1)  Item 2700-001-0890, Budget Act of 2005

(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)  

(2)  Item 2700-101-0890, Budget Act of 2005

(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)  

(3)  Item 2700-001-0890, Budget Act of 2006

(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)  

(4)  Item 2700-101-0890, Budget Act of 2006

(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)  

(5)  Item 2700-001-0890, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

(6)  Item 2700-101-0890, Budget Act of 2007

(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)  

2720-001-0042--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund....................... 59,641,000

2720-001-0044--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund....................... 1,780,599,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Traffic 1,730,355,00

Management.......... 0

(2)  20-Regulation and

Inspection.......... 205,938,000

(3)  30-Vehicle

Ownership Security.. 46,046,000

(4)  40.01-

Administration...... 307,102,000

(5)  40.02-Distributed

Administration...... -306,481,000

(6)  Reimbursements...... -117,933,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the State Highway

Account (Item 2720- 001-0042)........... -59,641,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Motor Carriers

Safety Improvement

Fund (Item 2720-001- 0293)............... -2,547,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the California

Motorcyclist Safety

Fund (Item 2720-001- 0840)............... -2,229,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 2720-001- 0890)............... -17,682,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Hazardous

Substance Account,

Special Deposit

Fund (Item 2720-001- 0942)............... -213,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Asset

Forfeiture Account,

Special Deposit

Fund (Item 2720-011- 0942)............... -2,116,000

Provisions:

1. On March 1, 2011, and each March

1 thereafter until the

project is fully implemented,

the Department of the California

Highway Patrol shall report the

status of the California Highway

Patrol Enhanced Radio System to

the appropriate fiscal and

policy committees of the

Legislature and the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee. At

a minimum, each report shall

include all of the following:

(a)  a revised estimate of total

project costs and activities, by

fiscal year, including separate

reporting on the categories of

mobiles, portables, remote site

equipment, Department of General

Services costs, and other, (b) a

description of any changes in

the project scope including the

type and number of hardware

units needed, and changes to the

frequencies used, and (c) a

description of any adverse

effects to interoperability

caused by changes in usage of

new technology by local agencies

or other state agencies.

2. Of the funds appropriated in

this item, $7,000,000 may be

directed to increase the

Department of the California

Highway Patrol’s support for

police and sheriffs in antigang

activities.

2720-001-0293--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from the Motor Carriers Safety Improvement Fund.......................... 2,547,000

2720-001-0840--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from the California Motorcyclist Safety Fund...................................... 2,229,000

2720-001-0890--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from the Federal Trust Fund............... 17,682,000

2720-001-0942--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from the Hazardous Substance Account, Special Deposit Fund...................... 213,000

2720-003-0044--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, for rental payments on lease-revenue bonds, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund.......................... 949,000

Schedule:

(1)  Base Rental and Fees....... 948,000

(2)  Insurance.................. 2,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -1,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

2. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee

pursuant to Section 4.30.

2720-011-0044--For Department of the California Highway Patrol, for augmentation to fund tactical alerts for declared emergencies and immediate threats to public safety as determined by the Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund......... (10,000,000)

Provisions:

1. For the purpose of this item,

a tactical alert occurs when

officers are placed on 12-hour

shifts to enhance emergency

preparedness and emergency

response.

2. Not later than December 31 of

each year, the Department of

the California Highway Patrol

shall submit a report to the

Joint Legislative Budget

Committee and to the

appropriate fiscal and policy

committees of each house of

the Legislature on the

activities and the

expenditures for the previous

year for tactical alerts.

2720-011-0942--For support of Department of the California Highway Patrol, for payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable from the Asset Forfeiture Account, Special Deposit Fund...................... 2,116,000

2720-012-0903--For transfer by the Controller from the State Penalty Fund to the California Motorcyclist Safety Fund... (250,000)

2720-021-0044--For Department of the California Highway Patrol, for advance authority for the department to incur automotive equipment purchase obligations in an amount not to exceed $5,000,000 during the 2010-11 fiscal year, for delivery beginning in the 2011-12 fiscal year, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund........ (5,000,000)

2720-101-0974--For local assistance, Department of the California Highway Patrol, payable from the Peace Officer Memorial Foundation Fund.................. 300,000

2720-301-0044--For capital outlay, Department of the California Highway Patrol, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund........................... 42,192,000

Schedule:

(1)  50.04.004-California

Highway Patrol

Enhanced Radio System:

Replace Towers and

Vault-- Construction... 26,174,000

(2)  50.04.005-California

Highway Patrol

Enhanced Radio System:

Replace Towers and

Vault, Phase 2--

Preliminary plans and

working drawings....... 2,977,000

(3)  50.40.400-Oakhurst:

Replacement Facility--

Construction........... 10,171,000

(4)  50.57.507-Santa Fe

Springs: Replacement

Facility-- Working

drawings............... 1,326,000

(5)  50.63.603-Oceanside:

Replacement Facility--

Working drawings....... 1,544,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds appropriated in

Schedule (1) shall be available for

expenditure until June 30, 2014,

and funds appropriated in Schedule

(2)  for working drawings shall be

available for expenditure until

June 30, 2012. In addition, the

balance of funds appropriated in

Schedule (1) that has not been

allocated, through fund transfer or

approval to proceed to bid, by the

Department of Finance on or before

June 30, 2012, shall revert as of

that date.

2720-401--The Department of General Services, with the consent of the Department of the California Highway Patrol, may enter into or amend a lease, lease-purchase agreement, or lease with a purchase option for build-to-suit facilities to replace the Grass Valley Area Command Office, Mojave Area Command Office, and the Fresno Area Command Office, subject to Department of Finance approval of the terms and conditions of the agreement. Thirty days prior to entering into any agreement, the Department of General Services shall notify the chairpersons of the committees in each house of the Legislature that consider appropriations and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee of the terms and conditions of the agreement.

2720-491--Reappropriation, Department of the California Highway Patrol. The balances of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations in those appropriations, unless otherwise specified:

0044--Motor Vehicle Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  Item 2720-301-0044, Budget Act of

2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)

(1)  50.57.507-Santa Fe Springs:

Replacement Facility--Acquisition

and preliminary plans

2720-495--Reversion, Department of the California Highway Patrol. As of June 30, 2010, the amounts specified below of the appropriations provided in the following citation shall revert to the balances of the funds from which the appropriations were made:

0044--Motor Vehicle Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  Item 2720-301-0044, Budget Act of

2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

(1)  0.04.004-California

Highway Patrol

Enhanced Radio System:

Replace Towers and

Vaults--Preliminary

plans and working

drawings............... 208,000

2720-496--Reversion, Department of the California Highway Patrol. As of June 30, 2010, the balances specified below of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made:

0044--Motor Vehicle Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  $20,000,000 from Item 2720-001-0044,

Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)

2740-001-0042--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund...................................... 55,821,000

2740-001-0044--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund. 552,895,000

Schedule:

(1)  11-Vehicle/Vessel

Identification and

Compliance........... 528,963,000

(2)  22-Driver Licensing

and Personal

Identification....... 258,517,000

(3)  25-Driver Safety..... 120,493,000

(4)  32-Occupational

Licensing and

Investigative

Services............. 49,101,000

(5)  35-New Motor Vehicle

Board................ 2,098,000

(6)  41.01-Administration. 107,194,000

(7)  41.02-Distributed

Administration....... -107,194,000

(8)  Reimbursements....... -13,544,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the State Highway

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 2740-001-0042)  . -55,821,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the New Motor

Vehicle Board

Account (Item 2740- 001-0054)............ -2,098,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

License Fee Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Item 2740-001- 0064)................ -324,987,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Harbors and

Watercraft Revolving

Fund (Item 2740-001- 0516)................ -1,539,000

(13)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 2740-001- 0890)................ -8,173,000

(14)  Amount Payable from

the Gold Star Family

License Plate

Account (Item 2740- 001-3162)............ -115,000

Provisions:

1. No later than December 31 of each

year up to and including 2014,

the Department of Motor Vehicles

shall report to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee and

the policy committees on

transportation of both houses of

the Legislature on all of the

following concerning the

Information Technology

Modernization project: (a)

planned milestone completion

dates versus actual milestone

completion dates, (b) planned

expenditures by phase versus

actual expenditures by phase, and

(c)  description of adherence to

scope and reasons for any changes.

2. In order to better inform and

improve the participation rate of

California veterans in collecting

state and federal veteran

benefits, particularly federal

disability compensation and

pension payments, the Department

of Motor Vehicles shall assist

the Department of Veterans

Affairs in identifying veterans.

Accordingly, the Department of

Motor Vehicles shall:

(a)  Update its initial and

renewal driver’s license

and state identification

card application forms,

both paper and

electronic, to identify

veterans who wish to be

contacted regarding their

eligibility for state and

federal veteran benefits.

In order to minimize the

costs associated with

this change to these

forms, this update shall

occur during the

Department of Motor

Vehicles’ first regular

update of these forms

after the memorandum of

understanding required by

subdivision (b) has been

entered into by the

Department of Motor

Vehicles and the

Department of Veterans

Affairs.

(b)  Support an interagency

agreement or memorandum

of understanding with the

Department of Veterans

Affairs that establishes

a data-sharing agreement

for the information

collected pursuant to

subdivision (a), which

will be structured in

compliance with state and

federal privacy and

personal information

protection law and

ensures that the only use

of this information will

be to contact veterans

that request to be

contacted regarding their

eligibility to collect

state and federal veteran

benefits.

2740-001-0054--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the New Motor Vehicle Board Account..................... 2,098,000

2740-001-0064--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the Motor Vehicle License Fee Account, Transportation Tax Fund................... 324,987,000

2740-001-0516--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740- 001-0044, payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund................... 1,539,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

are for undocumented vessel

registration and fee collection.

2740-001-0890--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the Federal Trust Fund................................ 8,173,000

2740-001-3162--For support of Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-001-0044, payable from the Gold Star Family License Plate Account, Specialized License Plate Fund........................ 115,000

2740-011-0044--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund to the General Fund....................................... (72,200,000)

Provisions:

1. The funds transferred in this

item are moneys from revenues

that are not protected by

Article XIX of the California

Constitution.

2740-012-0044--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund, to the General Fund....................... (180,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The Director of Finance

may transfer up to

$180,000,000 as a loan to

the General Fund and the

amount shall be repaid as

needed so as to ensure

that the programs

supported by the Motor

Vehicle Account are not

adversely affected by the

loan.

2740-301-0042--For capital outlay, Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-301-0044, payable from the State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund....................... 1,853,000

2740-301-0044--For capital outlay, Department of Motor Vehicles, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund.......................... 19,226,000

Schedule:

(1)  71.06.020-Redding

Field Office

Reconfiguration

Project-- Working

drawings and

construction.......... 3,149,000

(2)  71.20.020-San

Bernardino Field

Office

Reconfiguration

Project--

Construction.......... 2,239,000

(3)  71.37.011-Oakland

Field Office

Reconfiguration

Project-- Working

drawings and

construction.......... 2,233,000

(4)  71.43.020-Stockton

Field Office

Reconfiguration

Project--

Construction.......... 3,495,000

(5)  71.61.010-Fresno

Field Office

Replacement Project--

Working drawings and

construction.......... 19,893,000

(6)  71.63.010-Victorville

Field Office

Reconfiguration

Project--

Construction.......... 3,659,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the State Highway

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 2740-301-0042)  .. -1,853,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

License Fee Account,

Transportation Tax

Fund (Item 2740-301- 0064)................. -13,589,000

2740-301-0064--For capital outlay, Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-301-0044, payable from the Motor Vehicle License Fee Account, Transportation Tax Fund................... 13,589,000

2740-491--Extension of liquidation period, Department Motor Vehicles. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the period to liquidate encumbrances in the following citations is extended until June 30, 2011:

0044--Motor Vehicle Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  Item 2740-001-0044, Budget Act of 2006

(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)  , as

reappropriated by Item 2740-491,

Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009- 10 4th Ex. Sess.). Up to $7,400,000

appropriated in Schedule (2) of this

item shall be available for the

Website Infrastructure Project.

2740-495--Reversion, Department of Motor Vehicles. As of June 30, 2010, $5,397,000 of the appropriations provided for in the following citations shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made:

0044--Motor Vehicle Account, State

Transportation Fund

(1)  Item 2740-001-0044, Budget

Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009- 10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)....................... 5,397,000

(1)  11-Vehicle and

Vessel

Identification and

Compliance........... 3,040,276

(2)  22-Drivers License

and Personal

Identification....... 1,412, 432

(3)  25-Driver Safety..... 670,410

(4)  32-Occupational

Licensing and

Investigation

services............. 273,882

(5)  41.01-Administration. 539,700

(6)  41,02-Distributed

Administration....... -539,700

NATURAL RESOURCES

3110-001-0140--For support of Special Resources Program, Program 30-- Sea Grant Program, payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund.......... 203,000

3110-101-0071--For local assistance, Special Resources Program, Program 20-- Yosemite Foundation, payable from the Yosemite Foundation Account, California Environmental License Plate Fund............ 840,000

Provisions:

1. There is hereby appropriated to the

Special Resources Program for

allocation by the Controller to the

Yosemite Foundation all moneys

deposited in the account for

activities authorized pursuant to

Section 5064 of the Vehicle Code.

3110-101-0140--For local assistance, Special Resources Program, Program 10-- Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund................................ 3,999,000

3110-101-0516--For local assistance, Special Resources Program, Program 10-- Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, payable from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund........................................ 124,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding any other provision

of law, funds in this item shall be

expended to implement motorized

watercraft regulations adopted by

the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency.

3125-001-0001--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140............................. 200,000

3125-001-0005--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund..... 18,000

3125-001-0140--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy............................ 3,325,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Tahoe Conservancy.. 6,788,000

(2)  Reimbursements........ -60,000

(2.5)  Less funding provided

by capital outlay..... -876,000

(3)  Amount payable from

the General Fund

(Item 3125-001-0001)  .. -200,000

(4)  Amount payable from

the Safe Neighborhood

Parks, Clean Water,

Clean Air, and

Coastal Protection

Bond Fund (Item 3125- 001-0005)............. -18,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the Habitat

Conservation Fund

(Item 3125-001-0262)  .. -109,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Lake Tahoe

Conservancy Account

(Item 3125-001-0286)  .. -1,025,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Tahoe Conservancy

Fund (Item 3125-001- 0568)................. -219,000

(7.5)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 3125-001- 0890)................. -215,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the California Clean

Water, Clean Air,

Safe Neighborhood

Parks, and Coastal

Protection Fund (Item 3125-001-6029)........ -37,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Water Security,

Clean Drinking Water,

Coastal and Beach

Protection Fund of

2002 (Item 3125-001- 6031)................. -194,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Safe Drinking

Water, Water Quality

and Supply, Flood

Control, River and

Coastal Protection

Fund of 2006 (Item 3125-001-6051)........ -510,000

3125-001-0262--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140, payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund......................... 109,000

3125-001-0286--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140, payable from the Lake Tahoe Conservancy Account................. 1,025,000

3125-001-0568--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125- 001-0140, payable from the Tahoe Conservancy Fund............................ 219,000

Provisions:

1. Of this amount, pursuant to Section

66908.3 of the Government Code, the

California Tahoe Conservancy

shall pay $50,917 to the County of

Placer and $3,833 to the County of

El Dorado.

2. Fifty percent of the amounts

pursuant to Provision 1 shall be

used by the Counties of Placer and

El Dorado for soil erosion control

projects in the Lake Tahoe region,

as defined in Section 66905.5 of

the Government Code.

3125-001-0890--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140, payable from the Federal Trust Fund................................ 215,000

3125-001-6029--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140, payable from the California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund........................... 37,000

3125-001-6031--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140, payable from the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002......... 194,000

3125-001-6051--For support of California Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-001-0140, payable from the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006................... 510,000

3125-101-6031--For local assistance, California Tahoe Conservancy, payable from the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002.... 50,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Tahoe Conservancy....... 50,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or

an interest in real property with

funds appropriated in this item is

not subject to the Property

Acquisition Law when the value is

$550,000 or less, and, therefore, is

not subject to approval by the State

Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item

is available for expenditure for

capital outlay or local assistance.

Expenditures of funds for grants to

public agencies and grants to

nonprofit organizations, as

authorized by subdivision (a) of

Section 66907.7 of the Government

Code, are exempt from review of the

State Public Works Board.

3. This appropriation shall be

available for expenditure until June

30, 2013.

3125-301-0262--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy, payable from the Habitat Conservation Fund................ 391,000

Schedule:

(1)  50.30.003-For land

acquisition and site

improvements for wildlife

enhancement pursuant to

Title 7.42 (commencing with Section 66905) of the

Government Code............ 391,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or

an interest in real property with

funds appropriated in this item is

not subject to the Property

Acquisition Law when the value is

$550,000 or less and therefore is

not subject to approval by the State

Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this

item is available for expenditure

for capital outlay or for local

assistance until June 30, 2013.

Expenditures of funds for grants to

public agencies and grants to

nonprofit organizations, as

authorized by subdivision (a) of

Section 66907.7 of the Government

Code, are exempt from State Public

Works Board review.

3125-301-0286--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy, payable from the Lake Tahoe Conservancy Account........... 594,000

Schedule:

(1)  50.30.002-Land acquisition

and site improvements-

- Public access and

recreation pursuant to

Title 7.42 (commencing with Section 66905) of the

Government Code............ 297,000

(2)  50.30.004-Land acquisition

and site improvements--

Stream environment zones

and watershed restorations

pursuant to Title 7.42

(commencing with Section 66905)  of the Government

Code....................... 737,000

(3)  Reimbursements............. -440,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or

an interest in real property with

funds appropriated in this item is

not subject to the Property

Acquisition Law when the value is

less than $550,000 and therefore is

not subject to State Public Works

Board approval.

2. The amount appropriated in this item

is available for expenditure for

capital outlay or for local

assistance until June 30, 2013.

Expenditures of funds for grants to

public agencies and grants to

nonprofit organizations, as

authorized by subdivision (a) of

Section 66907.7 of the Government

Code, are exempt from State Public

Works Board review.

3125-301-0890--For capital outlay, California Tahoe Conservancy, payable from the Federal Trust Fund....................... 5,000,000

Schedule:

(1)  50.30.009-Land acquisition

and site improvements

for implementation of the

Environmental Improvement

Program for Lake Tahoe

Basin, pursuant to Title

7.42 (commencing with Section 66905) of the

Government Code............ 5,000,000

Provisions:

1. The acquisition of real property or

an interest in real property with

funds appropriated in this item is

not subject to the Property

Acquisition Law when the value is

$550,000 or less and therefore is

not subject to approval by the State

Public Works Board.

2. The amount appropriated in this item

is available for expenditure for

capital outlay or local assistance

until June 30, 2013. Expenditures of

funds for grants to public agencies

and grants to nonprofit

organizations, as authorized by

subdivision (a) of Section 66907.7

of the Government Code, are exempt

from the State Public Works Board

review.

3125-490--Reappropriation, California Tahoe Conservancy. The balances of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2013:

0005-- Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean

Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection

Bond Fund

(1)  Item 3125-101-0005, Budget Act of

2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)

(1)  10-Tahoe Conservancy

6029-- California Clean Water, Clean Air,

Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal

Protection Fund

(1)  Item 3125-101-6029, Budget Act of

2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)

(1)  10-Tahoe Conservancy

6031-- Water Security, Clean Drinking

Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund

of 2002

(1)  Item 3125-101-6031, Budget Act of

2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)

(1)  10-Tahoe Conservancy

6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality

and Supply, Flood Control, River and

Coastal Protection Fund of 2006

(1)  Item 3125-101-6051, Budget Act of

2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)

(1)  10-Tahoe Conservancy

3125-491--Reappropriation, California Tahoe Conservancy. The balances of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2013:

0005-- Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean

Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection

Bond Fund

(1)  Item 3125-301-0005, Budget Act of

2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(1)  50.30.009-Land acquisition and

site improvements for

implementation of the

Environmental Improvement Program

for Lake Tahoe Basin, pursuant to

Title 7.42 (commencing with Section 66905) of the Government

Code

6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality

and Supply, Flood Control, River and

Coastal Protection Fund of 2006

(1)  Item 3125-301-6051, Budget Act of

2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)

(1)  50.30.009-Land acquisition and

site improvements for

implementation of the

Environmental Improvement Program

for Lake Tahoe Basin, pursuant to

Title 7.42 (commencing with Section 66905) of the Government

Code

(2)  Item 3125-301-6051, Budget Act of

2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(1)  50.30.009-Land acquisition and

site improvements for

implementation of the

Environmental Improvement Program

for Lake Tahoe Basin,

pursuant to Title 7.42

(commencing with Section 66905)  

of the Government Code

3340-001-0001--For support of California Conservation Corps.......................... 33,854,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Training and Work

Program............... 67,276,000

(2)  20.01-Administration.. 7,787,000

(3)  20.02-Distributed

Administration........ -7,787,000

(4)  Reimbursements........ -1,000

(5)  Amount payable from

the California

Environmental License

Plate Fund (Item 3340- 001-0140)............. -309,000

(6)  Amount payable from

the Collins-Dugan

California

Conservation Corps

Reimbursement Account

(Item 3340-001-0318)  .. -32,643,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Safe Drinking

Water, Water Quality

and Supply, Flood

Control, River and

Coastal Protection

Fund of 2006 (Item 3340-001-6051)........ -469,000

Provisions:

1. Of the funds appropriated in this

item, $2,725,000 shall be

available for use by the

California Conservation Corps

to respond to natural disasters

and other emergencies, including

the fighting of forest fires. The

Director of Finance may adjust

this amount to the extent

indicated by corrections

identified by the director in the

reports of the past expenditures

of the California Conservation

Corps upon which the amounts

appropriated by this item are

based. The Director of Finance

shall notify the Chairperson of

the Joint Legislative Budget

Committee at least 30 days prior

to making that adjustment.

2. To the extent that funds in excess

of the amount identified in

Provision 1 are necessary in order

for the California Conservation

Corps to respond to one or more

emergencies declared by the

Governor, the Department of

Finance shall transfer, from the

funds available pursuant to

Section 8690.6 of the Government

Code, an amount not to exceed

$1,500,000 as necessary to fund

that response. If, after the

Department of Finance has

transferred funds pursuant to this

provision, the California

Conservation Corps receives

reimbursements or other amounts in

payment of its costs of response

to one or more declared

emergencies, those amounts shall

be deposited in the General Fund.

3340-001-0140--For support of the California Conservation Corps, for payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the California Environmental License Plate Fund................................ 309,000

3340-001-0318--For support of California Conservation Corps, for payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the Collins- Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account...................... 32,643,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 14316

of the Public Resources

Code, the Department of

Finance may make a loan from

the General Fund to the

Collins-Dugan California

Conservation Corps

Reimbursement Account for the

purposes of this item, in the

amount of 25 percent of the

reimbursements anticipated in

the Collins-Dugan California

Conservation Corps

Reimbursement Account to be

received by the California

Conservation Corps from each

client agency, not to exceed

an aggregate total of

$8,160,000 to meet cashflow

needs due to delays in

collecting reimbursements. Any

loan made by the Department of

Finance pursuant to this

provision shall only be made

if the California Conservation

Corps has a valid contract or

certification signed by the

client agency, which

demonstrates that sufficient

funds will be available to

repay the loan. All moneys so

transferred shall be repaid to

the General Fund as soon as

possible, but not later than

one year from the date of the

loan. On and after a date of

90 days after the end of that

year, the Department of

Finance shall charge interest

to the California

Conservation Corps, at the

rate earned in the Pooled

Money Investment Account, on

any portion of the loan that

has not been repaid.

2. Notwithstanding Sections 28.00

and 28.50, the Department of

Finance may augment this item

to reflect increases in

reimbursements in the Collins-

Dugan California Conservation

Corps Reimbursement Account

received from another officer,

department, division, bureau,

or other agency of the state

or from a local government,

the federal government, or

nonprofit organizations that

has requested emergency

services from the California

Conservation Corps after it

has notified the Legislature

through a letter to the Joint

Legislative Budget Committee.

Any augmentation that is

deemed to be necessary on a

permanent basis shall be

submitted for review as a part

of the regular budget process.

3340-001-6051--For support of California Conservation Corps, for payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable from the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006................................ 469,000

Provisions:

1. The use of these funds shall

include, but is not limited to,

outreach education for, and

workforce training of, California’s

foster care youth.

3340-003-0001--For support of California Conservation Corps, for rental payments on lease-revenue bonds.......................... 4,125,000

Schedule:

(1)  Base Rental and Fees....... 4,125,000

Provisions:

1. The Controller shall transfer funds

appropriated in this item for base

rental, fees, and insurance as and

when provided for in the schedule

submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.

Notwithstanding the payment dates in

any related Facility Lease or

Indenture, the schedule may provide

for an earlier transfer of funds to

ensure debt requirements are met and

base rental payments are paid in

full when due.

2. This item may contain adjustments

pursuant to Section 4.30 that are

not currently reflected. Any

adjustments to this item shall be

reported to the Joint Legislative

Budget Committee pursuant to Section

4.30.

3340-101-0005--For local assistance, California Conservation Corps, payable from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund. 659,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in this item

are available for encumbrance

until June 30, 2013.

3340-301-0318--For capital outlay, California Conservation Corps, payable from the Collins-Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account.................. 250,000

Schedule:

(1)  20.10.140-Minor Capital

Outlay..................... 250,000

Provisions:

1. The funds appropriated in Schedule

(1)  include funding for construction

and preconstruction activities,

including, but not limited to,

study, environmental documents,

preliminary plans, working drawings,

equipment, and other costs relating

to the design and construction of

facilities.

3340-490--Reappropriation, California Conservation Corps. The balances of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance until June 30, 2013:

6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and

Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal

Protection Fund of 2006

(0.5)  Item 3340-101-6051, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  , for

local assistance grants to local

conservation corps, as reappropriated

by Item 3340-490, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  

(1)  Item 3340-101-6051, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  , for local assistance grants to

local conservation corps

3340-491--Reappropriation, California Conservation Corps. The balances of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance until June 30, 2013:

6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality

and Supply, Flood Control, River and

Coastal Protection Fund of 2006

(1)  Item 3340-001-6051, Budget Act of 2008

(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)  

(2)  Item 3340-001-6051, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  

3340-492--Reappropriation, California Conservation Corps. The balances of the appropriations provided for in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in the appropriations:

0660--Public Buildings Construction Fund

(1)  Item 3340-301-0660, Budget Act of

2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005), as reappropriated by Item 3340-

490, Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006), and Item 3340-491,

Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(1)  20.10.150-Delta Service District

Center--Acquisition, preliminary

plans, working drawings, and

construction

(2)  Item 3340-301-0660, Budget Act of

2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

(1)  20.10.150-Delta Service District

Center Site--Construction

3340-495--Reversion, California Conservation Corps. As of June 30, 2010, $3,000,000 of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the funds from which the appropriations were made:

6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality

and Supply, Flood Control, River and

Coastal Protection Fund of 2006

(1)  Item 3340-001-6051, Budget Act of 2009

(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)  

3360-001-0044--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund........ 141,000

3360-001-0381--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Public Interest Research, Development, and Demonstration Fund....................................... 75,403,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision

(a)  of Section 1.80, funds

appropriated in this item

shall be available for

expenditure during the 2010-11

and 2011-12 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding Section

16304.1 of the Government

Code, funds appropriated in

this item shall be available

for liquidation of

encumbrances until June 30,

2016.

3. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law other than

the provisions of this item,

funds appropriated in this

item may be used by the State

Energy Resources Conservation

and Development Commission to

provide grants, loans, or

repayable research contracts.

The commission may use a high-

point scoring method in lieu

of lowest cost when evaluating

proposals. The commission

shall determine repayment

terms.

3360-001-0382--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Renewable Resource Trust Fund................................ 5,582,000

3360-001-0465--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, payable from the Energy Resources Programs Account................. 70,059,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Regulatory and

Planning............ 42,492,000

(2)  20-Energy Resources

Conservation........ 62,797,000

(3)  30-Development...... 252,198,000

(4)  40.01-Policy,

Management, and

Administration...... 22,420,000

(5)  40.02-Distributed

Policy, Management,

and Administration.. -22,420,000

(6)  Reimbursements...... -5,820,000

(7)  Amount payable from

the Motor Vehicle

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 3360-001- 0044)  ............... -141,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Public Interest

Research,

Development, and

Demonstration Fund

(Item 3360-001- 0381)  ............... -75,403,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the Renewable

Resource Trust Fund

(Item 3360-001- 0382)  ............... -5,582,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Local

Government

Geothermal

Resources Revolving

Subaccount,

Geothermal

Resources

Development Account

(Item 3360-001- 0497)  ............... -308,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Federal Trust

Fund (Item 3360-001- 0890)............... -56,791,000

(12)  Amount payable from

the Energy Facility

License and

Compliance Fund

(Item 3360-001- 3062)  ............... -8,759,000

(13)  Amount payable from

Natural Gas

Subaccount, Public

Interest Research,

Development, and

Demonstration Fund

(Item 3360-001- 3109)  ............... -24,000,000

(14)  Amount payable from

Alternative and

Renewable Fuel and

Vehicle Technology

Fund (Item 3360-001- 3117)............... -110,624,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1

of the Government Code, funds

appropriated in this item for

the Energy Technology Export

Program shall be available for

liquidation of encumbrances

until June 30, 2014.

3360-001-0497--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Local Government Geothermal Resources Revolving Subaccount, Geothermal Resources Development Account....................... 308,000

3360-001-0890--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 56,791,000

3360-001-3062--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Energy Facility License and Compliance Fund............... 8,759,000

3360-001-3109--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Natural Gas Subaccount, Public Interest Research, Development, and Demonstration Fund........ 24,000,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision

(a)  of Section 1.80, funds

appropriated in this item

shall be available for

expenditure during the 2010-11

and 2011-12 fiscal years.

2. Notwithstanding Section

16304.1 of the Government

Code, funds appropriated in

this item shall be available

for liquidation of

encumbrances until June 30,

2016.

3. Notwithstanding any other

provision of law other than

the provisions of this item,

funds appropriated in this

item may be used by the Energy

Resources Conservation and

Development Commission to

provide grants, loans, or

repayable research contracts.

The commission may use a high-

point scoring method in lieu

of lowest cost when

evaluating proposals. The

commission shall determine

repayment terms.

4. The Department of Finance may

adjust the amounts transferred

by this item pursuant to

statewide budget adjustments

made pursuant to authorities

contained in this act.

3360-001-3117--For support of Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001- 0465, payable from the Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund. 110,624,000

Provisions:

1. Notwithstanding subdivision

(a)  of Section 1.80, funds

appropriated in this item

shall be available for

expenditure during the 2010-11

and 2011-12 fiscal years.

3360-011-3015--For transfer by the Controller from the Gas Consumption Surcharge Fund to the Natural Gas Subaccount, Public Interest Research, Development, and Demonstration Fund....... (23,300,000)

3360-012-0382--For transfer by the Controller, upon order of the Director of Finance, from the Renewable Resource Trust Fund to the General Fund................... (25,000,000)

Provisions:

1. The amount transferred in this

item is a loan to the General

Fund. The repayment shall be

made so as to ensure that the

programs supported by the

Renewable Resource Trust Fund

are not adversely affected

by the loan, but no later than

June 30, 2012.

3360-101-0497--For local assistance, Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission, pursuant to Section 3822 of the Public Resources Code, payable from the Local Government Geothermal Resources Revolving Subaccount, Geothermal Resources Development Account.......................... 1,200,000

Schedule:

(1)  30-Development............. 1,200,000

Provisions:

1. Funds appropriated in this item

shall be available for expenditure

until June 30, 2012.

2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of

the Government Code, funds

appropriated in this item shall be

available for liquidation until June

30, 2014.

3360-401--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of Item 3360-011-0382 of the Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.), the $35,000,000 loan authorized by that item shall be fully repaid to the Renewable Resource Trust Fund on or before June 30, 2012.

3360-490--Reappropriation, State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission. The amounts specified in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2011:

3117--Alternative and Renewable Fuel and

Vehicle Technology Fund

(1)  $40,000,000 in Item 3360-001-3117,

Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)

3460-001-0001--For support of Colorado River Board of California........................................ 0

Schedule:

(1)  10-Protection of

California’s Colorado

River Rights and Interests. 1,630,000

(2)  Reimbursements............. -1,630,000

3480-001-0001--For support of Department of Conservation.................................. 4,778,000

Schedule:

(1)  10-Geologic Hazards

and Mineral Resources

Conservation........... 25,640,000

(2)  20-Oil, Gas, and

Geothermal Resources... 29,435,000

(3)  30-Land Resource

Protection............. 8,139,000

(4)  40.01-Administration... 10,135,000

(5)  40.02-Distributed

Administration......... -10,135,000

(6)  60-Office of Mine

Reclamation............ 8,239,000

(7)  Reimbursements......... -9,332,000

(8)  Amount payable from

the Surface Mining and

Reclamation Account

(Item 3480-001-0035)  ... -2,108,000

(9)  Amount payable from

the State Highway

Account, State

Transportation Fund

(Item 3480-001-0042)  ... -12,000

(10)  Amount payable from

the Soil Conservation

Fund (Item 3480-001- 0141).................. -2,548,000

(11)  Amount payable from

the Hazardous and Idle-

Deserted Well

Abatement Fund

(Section 3206 of the Public Resources Code)  . -100,000