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An Act

HOUSE BILL 98-1351

BY REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero;

also SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, Rizzuto, and Martinez.

Concerning 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 310, Session Laws of Colorado 1997, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

PART XV

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL















(1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE













Personal Services

1,063,306









1,063,306

(T)a




(18.0 FTE)













Health, Life, and Dental

1,243,327



487,078




5,336

b

750,913

(T)c



Short-term Disability

53,551



25,432




297

b

27,822

(T)c



Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases, and Shift Differential

716,720



249,453




6,020

b

461,247

(T)c



Workers' Compensation

185,253



72,140




426

b

112,687

(T)c



Operating Expenses

100,635









100,635

(T)a



Legal Services for 2,979 3,398 hours

142,988



90,620




2,016

b

50,352

(T)c



163,134



110,766










Purchase of Services from Computer Center

2,690









2,690

(T)a



Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

263,845



102,960




607

b

160,278

(T)c



Vehicle Lease Payments

316,768



107,140






209,628

(T)c



Leased Space

692,204



222,942






469,262

(T)c



Capitol Complex Leased Space

1,026,484



463,796




140,136

d

422,552

(T)c



Test Facility Lease

100,476



100,476










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





6,016,247














6,036,393












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

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, $5,945 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

2,477,680



1,726,931






750,749

(T)a




(49.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

187,622



187,622










Purchase of Services from Computer Center

256,019



256,019










Colorado State Employees Assistance Program

242,111









242,111

(T)b













(4.5 FTE)




Colorado State Employees Assistance Program Indirect Cost Assessment

19,135









19,135

(T)b



Training

305,263







40,000

c

265,263

(T)d













(3.5 FTE)




Training Indirect Cost Assessment

15,016









15,016

(T)d



Performance Based Pay Personal Services138

333,348



333,348














(2.0 FTE)










Performance Based Pay Operating Expenses

223,168



223,168










Performance Based Pay Legal Services for 211 hours

10,128



10,128











4,069,490



























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

b These amounts shall be from Colorado State Employees Assistance Program revenues from state agencies.

c This amount shall be from the sale of job reference manuals and training revenues from non-state agencies.

d These amounts shall be from training revenues from state agencies.















(B) Benefits














Personal Services

684,268














(11.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

66,247













Utilization Review

78,500













Deferred Compensation Administration and Communication

464,460













Indirect Cost Assessment

12,151














1,305,626







661,109

a

644,517

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

264,818









264,818

(T)a













(4.0 FTE)




Liability and Property Operating Expenses

17,356









17,356

(T)a



Audit Expenses

35,000









35,000

(T)b




60,000









60,000

(T)b



Liability Premiums

8,100,594







291,340

c

7,809,254

(T)d




8,695,594









8,404,254

(T)d



Property Premiums

3,574,304







44,800

c

3,529,504

(T)e



Workers' Compensation Premiums

31,033,235







121,597

c

30,911,638

(T)f













(6.0 FTE)




Indirect Cost Assessment

44,282








44,282

(T)b




43,069,589














43,689,589



























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, $55,095 shall be from the State Fair Authority, $166,343 shall be from the Colorado Compensation Insurance Authority, $195,074 shall be from the Colorado Student Loan Program, and $41,225(T) from Colorado State Lottery.

d Of this amount, $2,422 shall be from the Department of Education, $1,658,748 shall be from the Department of Higher Education, $1,943,628 shall be from the Department of Transportation, $25,696 shall be from reserves in the Risk Management Fund, and $4,178,760 $4,773,760 shall be from state agency appropriations to the Risk Management Fund.

e Of this amount, $40,920 shall be from the Department of Education, $1,834,110 shall be from the Department of Higher Education, $131,254 shall be from the Department of Transportation, $474,304 shall be from reserves in the Property Fund, and $1,048,916 shall be from state agency appropriations to the Property Fund.

f Of this amount, $1,313,892 shall be from the Department of Education, $4,559,906 shall be from the Department of Higher Education, $3,916,930 shall be from the Department of Transportation, $1,586,661 shall be from reserves in the Risk Management Fund, and $19,534,249 shall be from state agency appropriations for workers' compensation premiums.

















48,444,705














49,064,705


























(3) PERSONNEL BOARD














Personal Services

301,953














(5.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

21,957















323,910


321,910




1,200

a

800

(T)b

















a This amount shall be from receipts collected for copies of information and case documentation.

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















(4) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT COMMISSION139, 140












Personal Services

486,217














(8.0 FTE)


























Operating Expenses

52,259













Contractual Services

149,038













Year 2000 Compliance141

660,800














625,867














(1.0 FTE)















1,348,314


1,348,314












1,313,381


1,313,381
























(5) CENTRAL SERVICES














(A) Administration Section














Personal Services

540,176














(11.3 FTE)












Operating Expenses

129,922













Purchase of Services from Computer Center

36,700













Indirect Cost Assessment

798,817














1,505,615







16,500

a

1,489,115

(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

1,150,152














(36.1 FTE)












Operating Expenses

2,116,603













Replace Copier

48,268














3,315,023







218,000

a

3,097,023

(T)b

















a Of this amount, $30,168(T) shall be from user fees from Correctional Industries, $4,455(T) shall be from user fees from Colorado State Lottery, and $183,377 shall be from other user fees.

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















(C) Microfilm142














Personal Services

326,308














(13.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

94,100














420,408







96,000

a

324,408

(T)b

















a This amount shall be from user fees.

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















(D) Motor Pool/Garage/Fleet Management












(1) Fleet Management Program Expense

9,272,321














(11.2 FTE)













Fleet Management System

75,000














9,347,321







454,056

a

8,893,265

(T)b

















a This amount shall be from user fees.

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















(2) Vehicle Replacement














Administration

534,552














(7.3 FTE)













Vehicle Replacement