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An Act

HOUSE BILL 98-1355

BY REPRESENTATIVES Grampsas, Owen, and Romero;

also SENATORS Lacy, Blickensderfer, Rizzuto, and Hernandez.

Concerning a supplemental appropriation to the department of revenue.

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

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

Section 2. Appropriation.

PART XIX

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE















(1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OFFICE171, 172












Personal Services and Operating Expenses

5,420,973














(85.3 FTE)












System Design173

2,587,372














3,166,853













Health, Life, and Dental

2,713,006













Short-term Disability

130,113













Salary Survey, Anniversary Increases, and Shift Differential

1,807,056













Workers' Compensation

936,719













Legal Services for 9,373 hours

449,893













Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds

141,958













Vehicle Lease Payments

395,268













ADP Capital Outlay

319,510














205,173













Leased Space

1,209,147














1,272,876













Capitol Complex Leased Space

693,128













Utilities

378,553













Lease/Purchase -- 1881 Pierce Street

796,517















17,979,213


13,479,350




879,599

a

3,620,264

b




18,508,086


14,145,455




879,274

a

3,483,357

b
















a Of this amount, $33,369 shall be from the Liquor Enforcement Cash Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $70,382 shall be from the Auto Dealers License Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $33,864 shall be from the Ignition Interlock Fund, $258,425(T) shall be from the State Lottery Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, and $483,559 $483,234 shall be from various sources of cash.

b Of this amount, $1,126,930 $1,012,593 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, for the Ports of Entry in the Motor Carrier Services Division, $212,057 shall be from the Distributive Data Processing Account for indirect cost recoveries, $261,187 shall be from the Drivers License Revocation Account, $392,256(T) shall be from the Limited Gaming Fund, of which $185,961 is for indirect cost recoveries, $50,057 shall be from the Automotive Inspection and Readjustment Account for indirect cost recoveries, $6,812(T) shall be from the Hazardous Materials Safety Fund, and $1,570,965 $1,548,395 shall be from various sources of exempt cash funds.















(2) CASH AND DOCUMENT PROCESSING DIVISION172










Program Costs

9,407,922













(155.0 FTE)













Lease/Purchase--Phone System

77,714















9,485,636


8,456,252




280,606

a

748,778

b

















a Of this amount, $156,311 shall be from the Trade Name Registration Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $68,453 shall be from the Auto Dealers License Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $5,729 shall be from the Aviation Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $15,651 shall be from the Waste Tire Disposal Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $21,026(T) shall be from the State Lottery Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $1,175 shall be from the Tax Lien Certification Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, and $12,261 shall be from the Liquor Enforcement Cash Fund for indirect cost recoveries.

b Of this amount, $30,093 shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund, $538,140 shall be from the Distributive Data Processing Account for indirect cost recoveries, $44,457 shall be from the Automotive Inspection and Readjustment Account for indirect cost recoveries, $117,364(T) shall be from the Limited Gaming Fund for indirect cost recoveries, and $18,724 shall be from the Outstanding Judgements and Warrants Account.















(3) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION172, 174












Program Costs

7,950,174














(88.0) FTE













Year 2000 Programming148

1,081,510














1,541,175















9,031,684


7,668,759




353,329

a

1,009,596

b





9,491,349


8,128,424
























a Of this amount, $240,688 shall be from the Trade Name Registration Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $4,759 shall be from the Auto Dealers License Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $3,370 shall be from the Aviation Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $19,689 shall be from the Waste Tire Disposal Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $49,426 shall be from the Liquor Enforcement Cash Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, $34,083(T) shall be from the State Lottery Fund Fund for indirect cost recoveries, and $1,314 shall from the Colorado Municipal League.

b Of this amount, $396,260 shall be from the Distributive Data Processing Account Account for indirect cost recoveries, $3,397 shall be from the Automotive Inspection and Readjustment Account Account for indirect cost recoveries, $198,351 shall be from the Drivers License Revocation Account, $50,670 shall be from the State Lottery Fund, $282,479(T) shall be from the Limited Gaming Fund for indirect cost recoveries, and $78,439 shall be from the Outstanding Judgements and Warrants Account.


(4) MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION18, 172, 175













Program Costs

13,679,328














13,361,440













(391.0 FTE)













Drivers License Documents

892,731














1,210,619













License Plate Ordering

5,216,960














7,114,714













License Plate System

348,000















20,137,019


19,388,653




98,579

a

649,787

b





22,034,773


21,286,407
























a Of this amount, $94,018 shall be from the Auto Dealers License Fund, and $4,561 shall be from the Ignition Interlock Fund.

b Of this amount, $351,669 shall be from the Distributive Data Processing Account, $154,977 shall be from the Drivers License Revocation Account, $46,610 shall be from fees collected pursuant to Section 42-2-116(3)(c), C.R.S., $56,298 shall be from the Automotive Inspection and Readjustment Account, and $40,233 shall be from the Penalty Assessment Account.















(5) MOTOR CARRIER SERVICES DIVISION172












Program Costs

6,379,867













(145.0 FTE)












Mobile Scales

172,877













Computer Replacement

260,724














232,435













Controlled Maintenance - Fixed and Mobile Ports

55,335














6,695,926


657,078






6,038,848

a





6,840,514








6,183,436

a

















a This amount shall be from the Highway Users Tax Fund.















(6) SPECIAL PURPOSE172













(A) Vehicle Emissions














Program Costs

1,034,438









1,034,438

a













(16.5 FTE)


















a This amount shall be from the Automobile Inspection and Readjustment Account.















(B) Motor Vehicle Dealer Licensing Board












Program Costs

1,251,203







1,251,203

a











(23.2 FTE)




















a This amount shall be from the Auto Dealers License Fund.















(C) Traffic Safety Program

100,000









100,000

(T)a

















a This amount shall be from federal funds appropriated in the Office of Transportation Safety, Colorado Department of Transportation.















(D) Data Processing Services













Distributive Data Processing

4,185,130














(27.5 FTE)












Titles

1,362,897














(42.4 FTE)













5,548,027









5,548,027

a

















a Of this amount, $5,148,683 shall be from the Distributive Data Processing Account, $247,232 shall be from the Central Indexing Fund, and $152,112(T) shall be from the Department of State.















(E) Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program

292,123











292,123













(8.5 FTE)















(F) Hazardous Materials Permitting Program

142,394









142,394

(T)a













(4.0 FTE)


















a This amount shall be from the Hazardous Materials Safety Fund.















(G) Mineral Audit Program

563,834







43,322

(T)a

520,512

b


(10.0 FTE)


























a Of this amount, $1,546 shall be from the Oil and Gas Conservation Fund and $41,776 shall be from the State Land Board Administration Fund.

b Included in this amount is $77,021 in indirect cost recoveries.















(H) Cigarette Tax Rebate

17,100,000



17,100,000

a























a For 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 a permanent statute or constitutional provision and, therefore, are not subject to the limitation of General Fund appropriations as set forth in Section 24-75-201.1, C.R.S.















(I) Old Age Heat and Fuel and Property Tax Assistance Grant

10,400,000



10,400,000

a























a For 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 a permanent statute or constitutional provision and, therefore, are not subject to the limitation of General Fund appropriations as set forth in Section 24-75-201.1, C.R.S.















(J) Reinvestment Reserve176

250,000









250,000

(T)a

















a This amount shall be from savings identified within the Department.

















36,682,019


























(7) TAXATION AND COMPLIANCE DIVISION172, 172a












Program Costs


11,663,249


11,577,963




8,265

a

77,021

(T)b




(208.6 FTE)


























a This amount shall be from the Aviation Fund.

b This amount shall be from the Mineral Audit Program for indirect cost recoveries.















(8) TAXPAYER SERVICE DIVISION172, 172a












Program Costs


3,909,754


3,630,404




278,059

a

1,291

(T)b




(83.5 FTE)


























a Of this amount, $249,782 shall be from the Trade Name Registration Fund, and $28,277 shall be from the Aviation Fund.

b This amount shall be from the Debt Collection Fund.















(9) LIQUOR ENFORCEMENT DIVISION 172












Personal Services and Operating Expenses


1,203,844


298,268




905,576

a







(20.5 FTE)


























a This amount shall be from the Liquor Enforcement Cash Fund.















(10) STATE LOTTERY DIVISION172













Fixed Costs

9,890,819














(128.0 FTE)












Travel

139,111













Leased Space

399,128













Capitol Complex Leased Space

4,768













Indirect Cost Assessment

313,534













Marketing and Communications

9,160,532













Vendor Fees

8,632,560

a












Prizes

148,014,000

a













215,000,000

a












Retailer Compensation

15,293,940

a













27,362,700

a












Ticket Costs

3,880,250














4,109,525















195,728,642








195,728,642

b





275,012,677








275,012,677

b



a For 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 a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

b This amount shall be from the State Lottery Fund.















(11) LIMITED GAMING DIVISION172













Program Costs


24,701,162






24,701,162

a







20,808,853






20,808,853

a













(73.5 FTE)




















a This amount shall be from the Limited Gaming Fund. For 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 a permanent statute or constitutional provision.















(12) DIVISION OF RACING EVENTS172, 172b












Program Costs

2,261,482














2,274,482














(37.2 FTE)













Racetrack Applications

25,000













Purses and Breeders

810,000

a












Fair Circuit Race Days177

98,313














49,156














(1.3 FTE)















3,194,795


2,359,795




835,000

b







3,158,638


2,323,638
























a For 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 a permanent statute or constitutional provision.

b Of this amount, $25,000 shall be from racetrack applications and $810,000 shall be from racing tax revenues for the Supplemental Purses and Breeders Awards program.















TOTALS PART XIX