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An Act

HOUSE BILL 98-1344

BY REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, Romero, and Mace;

also SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, Rizzuto, and Mutzebaugh.

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of human services.

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

SECTION 1. Part VII of section 2 of chapter 310, Session Laws of Colorado 1997, as adjusted by section 55 of chapter 234, Session Laws of Colorado 1997, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

PART VII

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES















(1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE66













Personal Services67

12,981,016














13,029,713














(212.7 FTE)













(214.4 FTE)













Health, Life, and Dental

9,518,784














9,486,332













Short-term Disability

351,537














350,848













Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases, and Shift Differential

8,097,326














8,734,287













Workers' Compensation

5,601,658













Operating Expenses67

1,340,299














1,361,236













Legal Services for 17,499 20,104 hours

839,931














966,067













Administrative Law Judge Services for 10,082 9,062 hours

784,583














705,205













Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

826,298













Staff Training

99,512













Injury Prevention Program68

218,730













Workers' Compensation

Self-Insurance Program

380,990













Juvenile Parole Board

109,881














(1.8 FTE)













DD Council

789,176














(6.0 FTE)













Colorado Works Program Training and Automation

1,294,300














1,944,300















43,234,021


22,859,840

(M)


672,346

a

10,487,852

b

9,213,983

c



44,604,233


23,496,455

(M)



682,961

a

10,559,649

b

9,865,168

c















a Of this amount, $404,934 $415,549 shall be from patient cash collected by the Mental Health Institutes, and $267,412 shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of this amount, $8,589,851(T) $8,591,015(T) shall be from Medicaid funds appropriated to the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, $520,496 $549,418 shall be from patient cash collected by the Mental Health Institutes, $41,711(T) shall be from Child Welfare and the Division of Youth Corrections, $21,000(T) shall be from moneys in the Conferences and Training Fund, $6,000(T) shall be from federal community housing funds to cover departmental indirect costs, and $1,350,505 shall be from various sources of exempt cash funds.

c Of this amount, $4,155,255 shall be from federal indirect cost recoveries, $1,114,781 shall be from Section 110 vocational rehabilitation funds, $181,944 shall be from the Title XX Social Services Block Grant, $997,823 shall be from Title IV-E, $764,176 shall be from developmental disabilities assistance funds, and $2,000,004 $2,651,189 shall be from various sources of federal funds.















(2) OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES69










Personal Services

3,235,295














(57.7 FTE)












Operating Expenses

364,747













Purchase of Services from Computer Center

4,148,204













Lease Purchase

54,074













Health Information Management System

234,667













Client-Oriented Information Network

1,684,665














1,721,866














(24.0 FTE)












National Aging Program Information System

91,184













Year 2000 Date Change148

1,031,849














3,488,053













Colorado Benefits Management System

200,691













Children, Youth and Families Automation Project

12,045,414














(2.0 FTE)













Client Index Project

767,509














945,069















23,858,299


7,525,463

(M)


76,161

a

7,093,049

b

9,163,626

c



26,529,264


8,426,798

(M)





7,099,389

b

10,926,916

c















a This amount shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of this amount, $6,695,034 shall be from Family Issues Cash Fund reserves, $353,425(T) $359,765(T) shall be from the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing including $231,905(T) $238,245 from Medicaid cash funds, and $44,590 shall be from patient cash collected by the Mental Health Institutes.

c Of this amount, $35,460 shall be from the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant, and $9,128,166 $10,891,456 shall be from various sources of federal funds.















(3) OFFICE OF OPERATIONS













Personal Services

19,171,792














19,117,316














(514.5 FTE)













(512.6 FTE)













Operating Expenses

1,949,990














1,984,553













Vehicle Lease Payments

1,390,031














1,392,131













Leased Space

2,033,566














2,144,642













Capitol Complex Leased Space

594,058













Utilities70

4,097,341














4,069,066













Buildings and Grounds Rental

558,350














738,638














(5.5 FTE)













(6.0 FTE)













State Garage Fund

315,000














373,454














(1.6 FTE)














30,110,128


16,626,500

(M)


687,143

a

10,475,586

b

2,320,899

c



30,413,858


16,520,222

(M)



690,358

a

10,771,303

b

2,431,975

c















a Of this amount, $429,657 $432,872 shall be from patient cash collected by the Mental Health Institutes, $224,741 shall be from the Buildings and Grounds Fund, and $32,745 shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of this amount, $8,456,831(T) shall be from Medicaid funds appropriated to the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, $1,225,528 $1,282,503 shall be from patient cash collected by the Mental Health Institutes, $315,000(T) $373,454(T) shall be from moneys in the State Garage Fund collected from other state agencies, $333,609 $513,897 shall be from reserves in the Buildings and Grounds Fund, and $144,618 shall be from various sources of exempt cash funds.

c Of this amount, $960,204 shall be from Section 110 vocational rehabilitation funds, $579,988 $691,064 shall be from the Social Security Administration for disability determination services, $253,686 shall be from the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant, $26,736 shall be from developmental disabilities assistance funds, and $500,285 shall be from various sources of federal funds.















(4) COUNTY ADMINISTRATION












(A) Administration














Personal Services

90,266,950














(3,086.5 FTE)












JOBS Case Managers

0














(100.0 FTE)












Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases, and Shift Differential

1,809,412













Operating Expenses

5,602,426













Contractual Services

2,938,334













Leased Space

2,631,313













Capital Outlay

179,344













Medical Examinations

209,288













Psychological Examinations

180,012














103,817,079



34,855,731

(M)




22,227,074

a

46,734,274

b





32,079,492

(M)





25,003,313

a

















a Of this amount, $5,933,969(T) $8,710,208(T) shall be from Medicaid funds appropriated to the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, and $16,293,105(L) shall be from local funds.

b Included in this amount is $22,636,430 from the Title XX Social Services Block Grant and $11,749,096 from Title IV-E.















(B) County Contingency pursuant to Section

26-1-126, C.R.S.

17,308,460



17,308,460
























(C) County Share Limitation pursuant to Section

26-1-122.5, C.R.S.

5,485,503



5,485,503
























(D) County Incentive Payments Payments70a

4,109,357



4,109,357




















4,109,357

a

















a This amount shall be from the state's share of retained child support collections and fraud refunds.

















130,720,399

























(5) SELF-SUFFICIENCY














(A) Assistance Payments














(1) Old Age Pension Program71

43,285,719







43,220,778

a

64,941

(T)b




44,584,209







44,519,268

a



















a For the purposes of complying with the limitation on state fiscal year spending imposed by Article X, Section 20 of the State Constitution, these moneys are included for informational purposes as they are continuously appropriated by Article XXIV of the State Constitution.

b This amount represents a transfer from the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, of which $32,471 is from the Old Age Pension Fund and $32,470 is from Medicaid.


(2)State Program to Replace Aid to Families with Dependent Children

0


0






0

(L)

0

a















a This amount shall be from the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families block grant.















(3) Grant Payments














(A) Aid to the Needy Disabled State Supplemental Grants for an average of 3,882 recipients with an average monthly payment not to exceed $65.10 $64.74

3,032,488



2,425,990






606,498

(L)




3,015,595



2,412,476






603,119

(L)



(B) Aid to the Needy Disabled State-only Grants pursuant to Section 26-2-111(4)(a), C.R.S., for an average of 4,117 recipients with an average monthly payment not to exceed $156.0772 $165.1372

7,710,482



6,168,386






1,542,096

(L)




8,158,132



6,526,506






1,631,626

(L)



(C) Aid to the Blind Supplemental Grants for an average of 33 recipients with an average monthly payment not to exceed $52.38 $52.15

20,742



16,594






4,148

(L)




20,653



16,523






4,130

(L)



(D) Medically Correctable Pilot Program

130,425



130,425











157,145



157,145











10,894,137














11,351,525



























(4) Burials

503,729



402,985






100,744

(L)

















(5) Home Care Allowance7, 8

17,054,590









17,054,590

(T)a




15,858,346









15,858,346

(T)a

















(6) Adult Foster Care7, 8

854,063









854,063

(T)a




650,010









650,010

(T)a

















a These amounts represent transfers from the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, of which $17,135,417 $15,951,582 is from General Fund and $773,236 $556,774 is from local matching funds.















(B) Special Purpose Welfare Programs












(1) Low Income Energy Assistance Program

19,504,693









2,500,000

a

17,004,693

b


(5.6 FTE)



























a This amount shall be from a grant from the Colorado Energy Assistance Foundation.

b Included in this amount is $1,500,000 from the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families block grant.















(2) Food Stamp Job Search Units












Program Costs

1,957,314














(16.2 FTE)












Dependent Care and Supportive Services

264,116














2,221,430



361,221

(M)





385,736

a

1,474,473
















a Of this amount, $285,736(L) are county matching funds, and $100,000 shall be from in-kind donations.















(3) Food Stamp System

1,082,874



541,437

(M)







541,437



1,115,212



557,606

(M)







557,606



(15.0 FTE)