First Regular Session

Sixty-first General Assembly

LLS NO. 97-0269.01D JBC SENATE BILL 97-190

STATE OF COLORADO

BY SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, and Rizzuto;

also REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero.

APPROPRIATIONS

A BILL FOR AN ACT

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of personnel.

Bill Summary

(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced and does not necessarily reflect any amendments which may be subsequently adopted.)

Makes a supplemental appropriation to the department of personnel.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:

SECTION 1. Part XV of section 2 of chapter 324, Session Laws of Colorado 1996, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

ITEM &
SUBTOTAL

$
TOTAL


$
GENERAL
FUND

$
GENERAL
FUND
EXEMPT
$

CASH
FUNDS

$
CASH
FUNDS
EXEMPT
$
FEDERAL
FUNDS

$

PART XV

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL















(1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE













Personal Services

956,428









956,428

(T)a




1,023,852









1,023,852

(T)a




(17.0 FTE)














(18.0 FTE)













Health, Life, and Dental

1,233,986



485,829




4,013

b

744,144

(T)c



Short-term Disability

50,424



18,642




290

b

31,492

(T)c



Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases, and Shift Differential

1,102,975



459,946




8,335

b

634,694

(T)c



Workers' Compensation

353,348



72,424




1,059

b

279,865

(T)c



Operating Expenses

169,843









169,843

(T)a




120,635









120,635

(T)a



Legal Services for 2,979 hours

141,344



89,567




2,000

b

49,777

(T)c



Purchase of Services from Computer Center

2,690









2,690

(T)a



Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

294,297



125,578






168,719

(T)c



Vehicle Lease Payments

279,176



101,400






177,776

(T)c



Leased Space

629,234



214,806






414,428

(T)c



Capitol Complex Leased Space

942,302



399,799




140,177

d

402,326

(T)c



Test Facility Lease

167,460



167,460










Employee Incentive Program

5,000









5,000

(T)e



Employment Security Contract Payment

20,000



13,000






7,000

(T)f



Employees Emeritus Retirement

23,000


23,000









Convention Center Maintenance

60,000








60,000

g





6,431,507














6,449,723


























a These amounts shall be from indirect cost recoveries.

b These amounts shall be from the Deferred Compensation program.

c These amounts shall be from divisions within the Department and other sources of exempt cash funds.

d Of this amount, $5,986 shall be from the deferred compensation program and $134,191 shall be from capitol parking receipts.

e This amount shall be from savings pursuant to Section 24-30-804.5, C.R.S.

f Of this amount, $642 shall be from the Department of Agriculture, $67 shall be from the Department of Corrections, $396 shall be from the Department

of Public Health and Environment, $2,463 shall be from the Department of Human Services, $800 shall be from the Department of Law, $70 shall be

from the Department of Local Affairs, $1,320 shall be from the Department of Natural Resources, $991 shall be from the Department of Personnel, $34

shall be from the Department of Public Safety, $109 shall be from the Department of Regulatory Agencies, $95 shall be from the Department of Revenue,

and $13 shall be from the Department of State.

g This amount shall be from donations.















(2) HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES













(A) Services Section














Personal Services

2,436,568



2,149,324






287,244

(T)a




2,369,144









219,820

(T)a




(50.0 FTE)














(49.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

138,414



138,414











187,622









49,208

(T)a



Purchase of Services from Computer Center

256,019



256,019










Colorado State Employees Assistance Program

252,715









252,715

(T)b













(4.5 FTE)




Training

317,899







40,000


277,899

(T)c













(3.5 FTE)




Department of Education and Forest Service Classification Study

20,000



20,000











3,421,615














3,403,399



























a This amount a These amounts shall be from indirect cost recoveries from other divisions within the department.

b This amount shall be from Colorado State Employees Assistance Program revenues from state agencies.

c This amount shall be from training revenues from state agencies.















(B) Benefits














Personal Services

663,249














(11.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

66,247













Utilization Review

78,500













Deferred Compensation Administration and Communication

464,460













Indirect Cost Assessment

10,029














1,282,485







679,275

a

603,210

b

















a This amount shall be from the Deferred Compensation Program.

b This amount shall be from the Employee Benefits Program, which is counted as cash funds exempt because the funds are generated from employee

contributions.















(C) Liability, Property and Workers' Compensation












Liability and Property Personal Services

259,454









259,454

(T)a













(4.0 FTE)




Liability and Property Operating Expenses

17,356









17,356

(T)a



Audit Expenses

35,000









35,000

(T)b



Liability Premiums

8,000,581







212,175

c

7,788,406

(T)d











289,894

c

7,710,687

(T)d



Property Premiums

3,499,987







121,914

c

3,378,073

(T)e











66,833

c

3,433,154

(T)e



Workers' Compensation Premiums

29,446,574







129,811

c

29,316,763

(T)f











358,565

c

29,088,009

(T)f













(6.0 FTE)




Indirect Cost Assessment

50,090








50,090

(T)b




41,309,042



























a These amounts shall be from the Risk Management Fund and the Property Fund.

b These amounts shall be from the Risk Management Fund, the Property Fund, and the Workers' Compensation Insurance Account.

c Of these amounts, $62,144 shall be from the State Fair Authority, $183,296 shall be from the Colorado Compensation Insurance Authority, $173,106 shall be from the Colorado Student Loan Program, and $45,354 (T) from Colorado State Lottery. Lottery, and $251,392 shall be from agencies for liability premiums.

d Of this amount, $2,337 shall be from the Department of Education, $1,655,697 $1,578,282 shall be from the Department of Higher Education, $1,939,362 shall be from the Department of Transportation, and $4,191,010 $4,190,706 shall be from state agency appropriations to the Risk Management Fund.

e Of this amount, $46,323 shall be from the Department of Education, $1,998,152 $2,075,567 shall be from the Department of Higher Education, $147,602 shall be from the Department of Transportation, and $1,185,996 $1,163,662 shall be from state agency appropriations to the Property Fund.

f Of this amount, $890,066 shall be from the Department of Education, $5,820,523 $5,922,813 shall be from the Department of Higher Education, $4,298,102 shall be from the Department of Transportation, and $18,308,072 $17,977,028 shall be from state agency appropriations for workers' compensation premiums.

















46,013,142














45,994,926


























(3) PERSONNEL BOARD














Personal Services

311,587














286,226














(5.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

21,957















333,544


306,183




25,561

a

1,800

(T)b





308,183






1,200

a

800

(T)b

















a Of this amount, $2,000 (T) shall be from receipts for hearing transcripts from Colorado State Lottery, $2,000 (T) shall be from receipts for hearing transcripts from Correctional Industries, and $21,561 a This amount shall be from other receipts for hearing transcripts. collected for copies of information and case documentation.

b This amount shall be from receipts from other state agencies for hearing transcripts. copies of information and case documentation.















(4) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT COMMISSION












Personal Services127

357,548














(6.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

38,659













Contractual Services

149,038














196,237















545,245


545,245












592,444


592,444
























(5) CENTRAL SERVICES














(A) Administration Section














Personal Services

521,921














(11.3 FTE)












Operating Expenses

129,922













Purchase of Services from Computer Center

36,700













Indirect Cost Assessment

768,302














1,456,845







2,500

a

1,454,345

(T)b











100,000

a

1,356,845

(T)b

















a This amount shall be from user fees.

b This amount shall be from various sections of Central Services.















(B) Reprographics













Personal Services

1,114,951














(36.1 FTE)












Operating Expenses

2,116,603













Replace Copier

48,268














3,279,822







291,889

a

2,987,933

(T)b











273,000

a

3,006,822

(T)b

















a Of this amount, $225,000 (T) $30,168 (T) shall be from user fees from Correctional Industries Industries, $4,455 (T) shall be from Colorado State Lottery, and $66,889 $238,377 shall be from other user fees.

b This amount shall be from user fees from state agencies.















(C) Microfilm














Personal Services

319,728














(13.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

182,224














501,952







7,675

a

494,277

(T)b











84,000

a

417,952

(T)b