SENATE BILL 99193
BY SENATORS Lacy, Owen, and Tanner;
also REPRESENTATIVES Tool, Berry, and Saliman.
CONCERNING A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION TO THE DEPARTMENT
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State
SECTION 1. Part
XX of section 2 of chapter 336, Session Laws of Colorado 1998,
is amended to read:
Section 2. Appropriation.
Health, Life, and Dental
Salary Survey and Anniversary Increases
Legal Services for 1,925 hours
Administrative Law Judge Services for 911 hours
Purchase of Services from Computer Center
Payment to Risk Management and Property Funds
Vehicle Lease Payments
Indirect Cost Assessment
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 fees, taxes and all other sources of revenue collected by the Department.
(2) SPECIAL PURPOSE
County Clerk Candidate Reimbursement
Implementation of National Voter Registration Act
Initiative and Referendum
Central Lien Indexing
a This amount shall be from fees, taxes and all other sources of revenue collected by the Department.
TOTALS PART XX
The following statements are referenced to the numbered footnotes
throughout section 2.
4 (Governor lined through this provision. See L.
98, p. 2193.)
5 All Departments, Totals The General
Assembly requests that copies of all reports requested in other
footnotes contained in this act be delivered to the Joint Budget
Committee and the majority and minority leadership in each house
of the General Assembly. Each principal department of the state
shall produce its rules and regulations in an electronic format
that is suitable for public access through electronic means.
Such rules and regulations in such format shall be submitted to
the Office of Legislative Legal Services for publishing on the
Internet. It is the intent of the General Assembly that this
be done within existing resources.
207 Department of State, Special Purpose, Computer System The Department of State is requested to provide to the Joint Budget Committee a long range plan for the COVRS systems, which addresses the continual decline in its utilization by the counties, and provides recommendations to the Joint Budget Committee on the best approach to create a unified computer election system. This report shall be provided for Joint Budget Committee review by October 31, 1998, and shall include the current number of counties using the COVRS system on that date, and the direct and indirect costs associated with maintaining the COVRS system within the Department of State.
SECTION 2. Safety
clause. The general assembly hereby finds, determines, and
declares that this act is necessary for the immediate preservation
of the public peace, health, and safety.
Ray Powers Russell George
PRESIDENT OF SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE
THE SENATE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Patricia K. Dicks Judith M. Rodrigue
SECRETARY OF CHIEF CLERK OF THE HOUSE
THE SENATE OF REPRESENTATIVES
GOVERNOR OF THE STATE