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An Act

HOUSE BILL 98-1352

BY REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero;

also SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, and Rizzuto.

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of public health and environment.

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

SECTION 1. Part XVI of section 2 of chapter 310, Session Laws of Colorado 1997, is amended to read:

Section 2. Appropriation.

PART XVI

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT















(1) ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT145, 146












Personal Services

3,272,778



335,062




114,970

a

2,822,746

b




(67.0 FTE)













Sick and Annual Payouts

289,900









289,900

b



Health, Life, and Dental

1,397,815



252,302




424,348

a

354,865

b

366,300


Short-term Disability

68,306



12,687




21,139

a

15,935

b

18,545


Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases, and Shift Differential

1,292,963



238,745




427,448

a

292,103

b

334,667


Workers' Compensation

126,264



15,121






111,143

b



Operating Expenses147

1,619,508









1,619,508

b



Legal Services for 22,495 hours

1,079,733



210,479




51,297

a

752,019

b

65,938


Administrative Law Judge Services for 170 313 hours

14,430



14,430











27,847











13,417


Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

156,616



39,940






116,676

b



Vehicle Lease Payments

260,073



69,520




65,140

a

48,089

b

77,324


Leased Space

3,688,115



66,835






3,614,262

b

7,018


Capitol Complex Leased Space

23,661



4,637






19,024

b



Utilities

279,589



34,733






244,856

b



Reimbursement for Members of the State Board of Health

4,868



4,868










Indirect Cost Assessment

86,875







25,191

a

48,663

b

13,021




13,661,494














13,674,911


























a These amounts shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of these amounts, $9,628,217(T) shall be from federal and cash funds indirect cost recoveries, $105,705(T) shall be from Medicaid funds appropriated in the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, and $615,867 shall be from various sources of cash funds exempt.















(2) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES












Personal Services

1,528,006



641,878

(M)



148,721

a

489,321

b

248,086

c





(15.2 FTE)




(2.4 FTE)


(7.3 FTE)


(4.6 FTE)


Operating Expenses

209,634



28,170

(M)


25,106

a

144,214

b

12,144

c

Purchase of Services from Computer Center

246,731



246,731










ADP Capital Outlay

289,220



83,995




68,450

a

85,925

b

50,850

c

Year 2000 Projects148

358,710



154,604




41,252

a

102,232

b

60,622

c

Indirect Cost Assessment

79,806







33,194

a

203

b

46,409

c



2,712,107


























a Of these amounts, $51,867 shall be from hazardous materials and waste management, $64,785 shall be from stationary sources fees, $14,608 shall be from laboratory fees, $15,000 shall be from vital records fees, $29,967 shall be from radiation control fees, $47,418 shall be from water permit fees, $18,126 shall be from artificial tanning fees, and $74,952 shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of these amounts, $755,479(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries and $66,416 from various sources of cash fund reserves.

c For informational purposes only, these amounts include $90,920 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, $83,611 from the Women, Infant, and Children Grant, $62,062 from the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant, $21,043 from the Preventative Health Block Grant, and $160,475 from various sources of federal funds.















(3) LABORATORY & RADIATION SERVICES












(A) Laboratory Services













Personal Services

3,242,481



680,010




1,628,464

a

376,128

b

557,879






(16.7 FTE)




(34.1 FTE)


(2.9 FTE)


(12.8 FTE)


Operating Expenses

2,058,450



210,072




1,358,810

a

349,644

b

139,924


Indirect Cost Assessment

697,091







576,448

a

9,661

b

110,982



5,998,022



























a Of these amounts, $1,576,017 shall be from the Newborn Screening and Genetic Counseling Cash Fund, $82,030 shall be from the Law Enforcement Assistance Fund, $6,552 shall be from the Streptococcus Test Fund, $466,688 shall be from water testing fees, $507,888 shall be from drug testing fees, and $924,547 shall be from various sources of cash funds.

b Of these amounts, $186,169(T) shall be from indirect cost recoveries, $41,969 shall be from reserves in the Newborn Screening and Genetic Counseling Cash Fund, $244,120(T) shall be from funds appropriated to the Water Quality Control Division, and $263,175 shall be from various sources of cash funds exempt.















(B) Radiation Services












Program Costs

1,131,225



230,680




581,941

a

23,703

b

294,901






(4.4 FTE)




(8.4 FTE)




(2.3 FTE)


Low Level Radiation Compact

35,470







35,470

a













(0.2 FTE)






X-Ray Inspections Personal Services

186,542







186,542

a













(4.0 FTE)






X-Ray Inspections Operating Expenses

6,948







6,948

a





Federal Programs

361,737











361,737














(5.2 FTE)


Indirect Cost Assessment

220,919







169,644

a

2,173

b

49,102



1,942,841














a These amounts shall be from the Radiation Control Fund.

b These amounts shall be from reserves in the Radiation Control Fund.















(C) Emergency Response Program149












Program Costs

438,926



71,352








367,574






(1.4 FTE)








(4.8 FTE)


Indirect Cost Assessment

67,781











67,781



506,707



























(D) Implied Consent Specialists













Personal Services

227,424














(4.0 FTE)













Operating Expenses

32,270













Indirect Cost Assessment

57,631














317,325







317,325

a



















a This amount shall be from the Law Enforcement Assistance Fund.

















8,764,895


























(4) LOCAL HEALTH SERVICES150, 151












Public Health Nurses in areas not served by local and regional health departments

898,649



700,396

(M)







198,253

a

Public Health Sanitarians in areas not served by local and regional health departments

222,338



222,338










Local Organized Health Unit Distributions pursuant to Section 25-1-516, C.R.S.

4,170,261



4,170,261










Delta, Otero, La Plata/Archuleta, Las Animas/Huerfano, and the Northeast Regional Local Health Units

51,873



51,873










Indirect Cost Assessment

8,557











8,557

a



5,351,678


























a These amounts shall be from the Maternal and Child Health Block Grant.















(5) AIR QUALITY CONTROL DIVISION












(A) Administration














Personal Services

250,498







104,008

a

95,615

b

50,875

c









(1.6 FTE)


(1.5 FTE)


(1.4 FTE)


Operating Expenses

32,051











32,051

c

Indirect Cost Assessment

1,750,599







754,846

d

599,413

b

396,340

c


2,033,148



























a This amount shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund.

b These amounts shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account of the Highway Users Tax Fund.

c These amounts shall be from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

d Of this amount, $698,486 shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund and $56,360 shall be from the Ozone Protection Fund.















(B) Technical Services












(1) Air Quality Monitoring














Personal Services

1,081,255







80,892

a

734,766

(H)b

265,597

c









(1.6 FTE)


(12.8 FTE)


(5.1 FTE)


Operating Expenses

186,491









101,685

b

84,806

c

Local Contracts

141,296







13,090

a

88,424

b

39,782

c


1,409,042



























a These amounts shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund.

b These amounts shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account of the Highway Users Tax Fund.

c These amounts shall be from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.















(2) Modeling and Analysis














Personal Services

455,602







46,348

a

137,978

b

271,276

c









(0.9 FTE)


(2.4 FTE)


(4.7 FTE)


Operating Expenses

243,580







13,011

a

123,634

b

106,935

c


699,182



























a These amounts shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund.

b These amounts shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account of the Highway Users Tax Fund.

c These amounts shall be from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.















(3) Visibility and Risk Assessment













Personal Services

295,813







172,410

a

52,184

b

71,219

c









(2.8 FTE)


(1.0 FTE)


(1.6 FTE)


Operating Expenses

103,260









1,190

b

102,070

c


399,073



























a This amount shall be from the Stationary Sources Control Fund.

b These amounts shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account of the Highway Users Tax Fund.

c These amounts shall be from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.