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PASSED THE SENATE MARCH 17, 2011
PASSED THE ASSEMBLY MARCH 17, 2011
AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY FEBRUARY 18, 2011

INTRODUCED BY Senator Leno

JANUARY 10, 2011

An act making appropriations for the support of the government of
the State of California and for several public purposes in accordance
with the provisions of Section 12 of Article IV of the Constitution
of the State of California, to take effect immediately, Budget Bill.


LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


SB 69, Leno. 2011-12 Budget.
This bill would make appropriations for support of state
government for the 2011-12 fiscal year.
This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as a
Budget Bill.
Appropriation: yes.


THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION 1.00. This act shall be known and may be cited as the
"Budget Act of 2011."
SEC. 1.50. (a) In accordance with Section 13338 of the Government
Code, as added by Chapter 1284 of the Statutes of 1978, and as
amended by Chapter 1286 of the Statutes of 1984, it is the intent of
the Legislature that this act utilize a coding scheme compatible with
the Governor's Budget and the records of the Controller, and provide
for the appropriation of federal funds received by the state and
deposited in the State Treasury.
(b) Essentially, the format and style are as follows:
(1) Appropriation item numbers have a code which is common to all
the state's fiscal systems. The meaning of this common coded item
number is as follows:
2720-- Organization Code (this code represents the California
Highway Patrol)
001-- Reference Code (first appropriation for a particular fund
for support of each department)
0044-- Fund Code (Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation
Fund)
(2) Appropriation items are organized in organization code order.
(3) All the appropriation items, reappropriation items, and
reversion items, if any, for each department or entity are adjacent
to one another.
(4) Federal funds received by the state and deposited in the State
Treasury are appropriated in separate items.
(c) The Department of Finance may authorize revisions to the codes
used in this act in order to provide compatibility between the codes
used in this act and those used in the Governor's Budget and in the
records of the Controller.
(d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, the
Department of Finance may revise the schedule of any appropriation
made in this act where the revision is of a technical nature and is
consistent with legislative intent. These revisions may include, but
shall not be limited to, the substitution of category for program or
program for category limitations, the proper categorization of
allocated administration costs and cost recoveries, the distribution
of any unallocated amounts within an appropriation and the adjustment
of schedules to facilitate departmental accounting operations,
including the elimination of categories providing for amounts payable
from other items or other appropriations and the distribution of
unscheduled amounts to programs or categories. These revisions shall
include a certification that the revisions comply with the intent and
limitation of expenditures as appropriated by the Legislature.
(e) Notwithstanding any other provision of this act, when the
Department of Finance, pursuant to subdivision (d), approves the
schedule or revision of any appropriation relating to the elimination
of amounts payable, the language authorizing the transfer shall also
be eliminated.
SEC. 1.80. (a) The following sums of money and those appropriated
by any other sections of this act, or so much thereof as may be
necessary unless otherwise provided herein, are hereby appropriated
for the use and support of the State of California for the 2011-12
fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011, and ending June 30, 2012. All of
these appropriations, unless otherwise provided herein, shall be paid
out of the General Fund in the State Treasury.
(b) All capital outlay appropriations and reappropriations, unless
otherwise provided herein, are available as follows:
(1) Studies, preliminary plans, working drawings, and minor
capital outlay funds are available for expenditure until June 30,
2012.
(2) Construction funds are available for expenditure until June
30, 2014, if allocated through fund transfer or approval to proceed
to bid by the Department of Finance by June 30, 2012. Any funds not
allocated by June 30, 2012, shall revert on July 1, 2012, to the fund
from which the appropriation was made.
(3) All other capital outlay funds are available until June 30,
2014.
(c) Whenever by constitutional or statutory provision the revenues
or receipts of any institution, department, board, bureau,
commission, officer, employee, or other agency, or any moneys in any
special fund created by law therefor, are to be used for salaries,
support, or any proper purpose, expenditures shall be made therefrom
for any such purpose only to the extent of the amount therein
appropriated, unless otherwise stated herein.
(d) Appropriations for purposes not otherwise provided for herein
that have been heretofore made by any existing constitutional or
statutory provision shall continue to be governed thereby.
SEC. 2.00. Items of appropriation.
LEGISLATIVE/JUDICIAL/EXECUTIVE

Legislative

0110-001-0001--For support of Senate...... 109,350,000
Schedule:
(1) 101001-Salaries of
Senators............ 4,386,000
(2) 317295-Mileage...... 11,000
(3) 317292-Expenses..... 1,596,000
(4) 500004-Operating
Expenses............ 102,522,000
(5) 317296-Automotive
Expenses............ 835,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in
Schedule (4) are for operating
expenses of the Senate,
including personal services for
officers, clerks, and all
other employees, and legislative
committees thereof composed in
whole or in part of Members of
the Senate, and for support of
joint expenses of the
Legislature, to be transferred
by the Controller to the Senate
Operating Fund.
2. The funds appropriated in
Schedule (5) are for operating
expenses of the Senate relating
to the purchase, maintenance,
repair, insurance, and other
costs of operating automobiles
for the use of Members of the
Senate, to be transferred by the
Controller to the Senate
Operating Fund.
3. The funds appropriated in
Schedules (1), (2), (3), and (5)
may be adjusted for transfers to
or from the Senate Operating
Fund.


0120-011-0001--For support of Assembly.... 146,716,000
Schedule:
(1) 101001-Salaries of
Assembly Members.... 8,714,000
(2) 317295-Mileage...... 8,000
(3) 317292-Expenses..... 2,481,000
(4) 500004-Operating
Expenses............ 134,941,000
(5) 317296-Automotive
Expenses............ 572,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in
Schedule (4) are for operating
expenses of the Assembly,
including personal services for
officers, clerks, and all
other employees, and legislative
committees thereof composed in
whole or in part of Members of
the Assembly, and for support of
joint expenses of the
Legislature, to be transferred
by the Controller to the
Assembly Operating Fund.
2. The funds appropriated in
Schedule (5) are for operating
expenses of the Assembly
relating to the lease,
maintenance, repair, insurance,
and other costs of operating
automobiles for the use of
Members of the Assembly, to be
transferred by the Controller to
the Assembly Operating Fund.
3. The funds appropriated in
Schedules (1), (2), (3), and (5)
may be adjusted for transfers to
or from the Assembly Operating
Fund.


0130-021-0001--For support of Office of the
Legislative Analyst.................................. 0
Schedule:
(1) Expenses of the Office of
the Legislative Analyst.... 7,538,000
(2) Transferred from Item 0110-
001-0001................... -3,769,000
(3) Transferred from Item 0120-
011-0001................... -3,769,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedule (1)
are for the expenses of the Office of the
Legislative Analyst and of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee for any
charges, expenses, or claims either may
incur, available without regard to fiscal
years, to be paid on certification of the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee or his or her designee.
2. Funds identified in Schedules (2) and (3)
may be transferred from the Senate
Operating Fund, by the Senate Committee
on Rules, and the Assembly Operating
Fund, by the Assembly Committee on Rules.


0160-001-0001--For support of Legislative
Counsel Bureau............................... 74,855,000
Schedule:
(1) Support............... 89,342,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -131,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 0160-001-9740).. -14,356,000


0160-001-9740--For support of Legislative
Counsel Bureau, for payment to Item 0160-
001-0001, payable from the Central
Service Cost Recovery Fund................ 14,356,000

Judicial


0250-001-0001--For support of Judicial
Branch.................................... 341,292,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Supreme Court.... 44,414,000
(2) 20-Courts of Appeal. 195,293,000
(3) 30-Judicial Council. 103,467,000
(4) 35-Judicial Branch
Facility Program.... 1,082,000
(5) 50-California
Habeas Corpus
Resource Center..... 13,874,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -7,659,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 0250-001-
0044)............... -194,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Court
Interpreters' Fund
(Item 0250-001-
0327)............... -163,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0250-001-
0890)............... -4,501,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Appellate Court
Trust Fund (Item
0250-001-3060)...... -4,321,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, $200,000 is
available for reimbursement to
the Attorney General, or for
hiring outside counsel, for
prelitigation and litigation
fees and costs, including any
judgment, stipulated judgment,
offer of judgment, or
settlement. This amount is for
use in connection with (a)
matters arising from the
actions of appellate courts,
appellate court bench officers,
or appellate court employees,
(b) matters arising from the
actions of the Judicial
Council, council members, or
council employees or agents,
(c) matters arising from the
actions of the Administrative
Office of the Courts or its
employees, or (d) employment
litigation arising from the
actions of trial courts, trial
court bench officers, or trial
court employees. Either the
state or the Judicial Council
must be named as a defendant or
alleged to be the responsible
party. Any funds not used for
this purpose shall revert to
the General Fund.
2. The funds appropriated in
Schedule (5) shall be available
for costs associated directly
or indirectly with the
California Habeas Corpus
Resource Center (CHCRC). The
CHCRC shall report to the
Legislature and the Director of
Finance on September 1, 2011,
and April 1, 2012, on
expenditures, specifically
detailing personal services
expenditures, operating
expenses, and equipment
expenditures.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon approval
and order of the Director of
Finance, the amount
appropriated in this item shall
be reduced by the amount
transferred in Item 0250-011-
0001 to provide adequate
resources to the Judicial
Branch Workers' Compensation
Fund to pay workers'
compensation claims for
judicial branch employees and
justices, and administrative
costs pursuant to Section
68114.10 of the Government Code.


0250-001-0044--For support of Judicial
Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001-
0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund........ 194,000


0250-001-0159--For support of Judicial
Branch, payable from the Trial Court
Improvement Fund............................ 9,601,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval by the
Administrative Director of the
Courts, the Controller shall
increase this item up to
$18,673,000 for recovery of costs
for administrative services
provided to the trial courts by the
Administrative Office of the Courts.
2. The Director of Finance may
authorize a loan from the General
Fund to the Trial Court Improvement
Fund for cashflow purposes in an
amount not to exceed $70,000,000
subject to the following
conditions: (a) the loan is to meet
cash needs resulting from a delay
in receipt of revenues, (b) the
loan is short term, and shall be
repaid by October 31 of the fiscal
year following that in which the
loan was authorized, (c) interest
charges may be waived pursuant to
subdivision (e) of Section 16314 of
the Government Code, and (d) the
Director of Finance may not approve
the loan unless the approval is
made in writing and filed with the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations not later than 30
days prior to the effective date of
the approval, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee
or his or her designee may
determine.


0250-001-0327--For support of Judicial
Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001-
0001, payable from the Court
Interpreters' Fund........................ 163,000


0250-001-0890--For support of Judicial
Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001-
0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 4,501,000


0250-001-0932--For support of Judicial
Branch, payable from the Trial Court Trust
Fund......................................... 7,076,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Judicial Council........ 7,076,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval of the Administrative
Director of the Courts, the
Controller shall increase this item
by an amount sufficient to allow for
the expenditure of any transfer to
this item made pursuant to
Provisions 7, 12, and 14 of Item
0250-101-0932.


0250-001-3037--For support of Judicial
Branch, payable from the State Court
Facilities Construction Fund................ 60,068,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Judicial Council... 8,454,000
(2) 35-Judicial Branch
Facility Program...... 61,614,000
(3) Reimbursements........ -10,000,000
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
augment this item by an amount not
to exceed available funding in the
State Court Facilities
Construction Fund, after review of
a request submitted by the
Administrative Office of the
Courts that demonstrates a need
for additional resources
associated with and including, but
not limited to, the transfer,
acquisition, rehabilitation,
construction, or financing of
court facilities. The Director of
Finance may establish positions
consistent with the funding
augmentation. This request shall
be submitted no later than 60 days
prior to the effective date of the
augmentation. Any augmentation
shall be authorized not sooner
than 30 days after notification in
writing to the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations, the
chairpersons of the committees and
appropriate subcommittees that
consider the State Budget, and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may determine.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon approval
and order of the Director of
Finance, the amount appropriated
in this item shall be reduced by
the amount transferred in Item
0250-011-0001 to provide adequate
resources to the Judicial Branch
Workers' Compensation Fund to pay
workers' compensation claims for
judicial branch employees and
administrative costs in accordance
with Section 68114.10 of the
Government Code.
3. Notwithstanding Section 70374 of
the Government Code, $1,155,000 of
the funds appropriated in this
item shall be available for the
Office of Court Construction and
Management, within the
Administrative Office of the
Courts, to manage and oversee
existing facilities for the trial
courts, courts of appeal,
Administrative Office of the
Courts, and the California Habeas
Corpus Resource Center.


0250-001-3060--For support of Judicial
Branch, for payment to Item 0250-001-0001,
payable from the Appellate Court Trust Fund. 4,321,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval of the Director of
Finance, the amount available for
expenditure in this item may be
augmented by the amount of any
additional resources available in
the Appellate Court Trust Fund,
which is in addition to the amount
appropriated in this item. Any
augmentation shall be authorized no
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing to the
chairpersons of the committees in
each house of the Legislature that
consider appropriations, the
chairpersons of the committees and
appropriate subcommittees that
consider the State Budget, and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
his or her designee, may determine.


0250-001-3066--For support of Judicial
Branch, payable from the Court Facilities
Trust Fund................................ 109,809,000
Schedule:
(1) 35-Judicial Branch
Facility Program.... 130,291,000
(2) Reimbursements...... -20,482,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director
of Finance may authorize
expenditures in excess of this
item for the operation, repair,
and maintenance of court
facilities pursuant to
Section 70352 of the Government
Code.


0250-001-3085--For support of Judicial
Branch, payable from the Mental Health
Services Fund............................. 1,063,000


0250-001-3138--For support of Judicial
Branch, payable from the Immediate and
Critical Needs Account, State Court
Facilities Construction Fund.................. 15,836,000
Schedule:
(1) 35-Judicial Branch
Facility Program....... 15,837,000
(2) Reimbursments.......... -1,000


0250-003-0001--For support of Judicial
Branch for rental payments on lease-revenue
bonds........................................ 5,062,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 5,053,000
(2) Insurance.................. 10,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


0250-003-3037--For support of Judicial
Branch for rental payments on lease-revenue
bonds........................................ 29,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 29,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental and fees as provided for in
the schedule submitted by the State
Public Works Board or the Department
of Finance. Notwithstanding the
payment dates in any related
Facility Lease or Indenture, the
schedule may provide for an earlier
transfer of funds to ensure debt
requirements are met and base rental
payments are paid in full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


0250-011-0001--For transfer, upon order of
the Director of Finance, to the Judicial
Branch Workers' Compensation Fund........... 1,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order of
the Department of Finance, the
Administrative Director of the
Courts shall adjust the amount of
this transfer to provide adequate
resources to the Judicial Branch
Workers' Compensation Fund to pay
workers' compensation claims for
judicial branch employees and
justices, and administrative costs
pursuant to Section 68114.10 of the
Government Code.


0250-011-3138--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Immediate and Critical
Needs Account, to the General Fund......... (90,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be
repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer. Repayment shall be
made so as to ensure that the
programs supported by the
Immediate and Critical Needs
Account are not adversely
affected by the loan through
reduction in services or
through increased fees.


0250-012-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Court Facilities Trust
Fund...................................... 8,053,000


0250-012-3037--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the State Court Facilities
Construction Fund to the General Fund..... (350,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in
this item is a loan to the
General Fund. The funds
shall not be transferred
until the determination is
made by the Director of
Finance, in consultation with
the Judicial Branch, that
sufficient funds exist to
transfer to the General Fund,
and such a transfer would not
adversely affect the programs
funded by the State Court
Facilities Construction Fund.
2. No interest will be charged
to the General Fund upon
repayment of the loan
authorized in Provision 1.


0250-101-0001--For local assistance,
Judicial Branch............................ 16,542,000
Schedule:
(1) 45.10-Support for
Operation of the
Trial Courts........ 5,778,000
(2) 45.55.010-Child
Support
Commissioner
Program............. 54,332,000
(3) 45.55.020-
California
Collaborative and
Drug Court Projects. 5,669,000
(4) 45.55.030-Federal
Child Access and
Visitation Grant
Program............. 800,000
(5) 45.55.050-Federal
Court Improvement
Grant Program....... 700,000
(6) 45.55.070-Grants-
Other............... 745,000
(7) 45.55.080-Federal
Grants-Other........ 775,000
(8) 45.55.090-Equal
Access Fund Program. 9,683,000
(9) Reimbursements...... -59,665,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0250-101-
0890)............... -2,275,000
Provisions:
1. In order to improve equal access
and the fair administration of
justice, the funds
appropriated in Schedule (8) are
to be distributed by the
Judicial Council through the
Legal Services Trust Fund
Commission to qualified legal
services projects and support
centers as defined in Sections
6213 to 6215, inclusive, of the

Business and Professions Code,
to be used for legal services in
civil matters for indigent
persons. The Judicial Council
shall approve awards made by the
commission if the council
determines that the awards
comply with statutory and other
relevant guidelines. Ten percent
of the funds in Schedule (8)
shall be for joint projects of
courts and legal services
programs to make legal
assistance available to pro per
litigants and 90 percent of the
funds in Schedule (8) shall be
distributed consistent with
Sections 6216 to 6223,
inclusive, of the Business and
Professions Code. The Judicial
Council may establish additional
reporting or quality control
requirements consistent with
Sections 6213 to 6223,
inclusive, of the Business and
Professions Code.
2. The amount appropriated in
Schedule (1) is available for
reimbursement of court costs
related to the following
activities: (a) payment of
service of process fees billed
to the trial courts pursuant to
Chapter 1009 of the Statutes of
2002, (b) payment of the court
costs payable under Sections
4750 to 4755, inclusive, and
Section 6005 of the Penal Code,
and (c) payment of court costs
of extraordinary homicide trials.


0250-101-0890--For local assistance,
Judicial Branch, for payment to Item 0250-
101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund...................................... 2,275,000


0250-101-0932--For local assistance,
Judicial Branch, payable from the Trial
Court Trust Fund.......................... 3,013,032,000
Schedule:
(1) 45.10-Support for
Operation of the 2,056,918,00
Trial Courts........ 0
(2) 45.15-Trial Court
Security............ 529,577,000
(3) 45.25-Compensation
of Superior Court
Judges.............. 298,516,000
(4) 45.35-Assigned
Judges.............. 26,047,000
(5) 45.45-Court
Interpreters........ 92,794,000
(6) 45.55.060-Court
Appointed Special
Advocate Program.... 2,059,000
(7) 45.55.065-Model
Self-Help Program... 891,000
(8) 45.55.090-Equal
Access Fund......... 5,108,000
(9) 45.55.095-Family
Law Information
Centers............. 320,000
(10) 45.55.100-Civil
Case Coordination... 803,000
(11) 97.20.001-
Unallocated
Reduction........... 0
(12) Reimbursements...... -1,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in
Schedule (3) shall be made
available for costs of the
workers' compensation program
for trial court judges.
2. The amount appropriated in
Schedule (4) shall be made
available for all judicial
assignments. Schedule (4)
expenditures for necessary
support staff may not exceed the
staffing level that is necessary
to support the equivalent of
three judicial officers sitting
on assignments.
3. The funds appropriated in
Schedule (5) shall be for
payments to contractual court
interpreters, and certified and
registered court interpreters
employed by the courts for
services provided during court
proceedings and other services
related to pending court
proceedings, including services
provided outside a courtroom,
and the following court
interpreter coordinators: 1.0
each in counties of the 1st
through the 15th classes, 0.5
each in counties of the 16th
through the 31st classes, and
0.25 each in counties of the
32nd through the 58th classes.
For the purposes of this
provision, ""court interpreter
coordinators'' may be full-
or part-time court employees, or
those contracted by the court to
perform these services.
The Judicial Council shall set
statewide or regional rates and
policies for payment of court
interpreters, not to exceed the
rate paid to certified
interpreters in the federal
court system.
The Judicial Council shall
adopt appropriate rules and
procedures for the
administration of these funds.
The Judicial Council shall
report to the Legislature and
the Director of Finance annually
regarding expenditures from
Schedule (5).
4. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, the amount available
for expenditure in this item may
be augmented by the amount of
any additional resources
available in the Trial Court
Trust Fund, which is in addition
to the amount appropriated in
this item. Any augmentation must
be approved in joint
determination with the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
shall be authorized not sooner
than 30 days after notification
in writing to the chairpersons
of the committees in each house
of the Legislature that consider
appropriations, the chairpersons
of the committees and
appropriate subcommittees that
consider the State Budget, and
the chairperson of the joint
committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine. When a
request to augment this item is
submitted to the Director of
Finance, a copy of that request
shall be delivered to the
chairpersons of the committees
and appropriate subcommittees
that consider the State Budget.
Delivery of a copy of that
request shall not be deemed to
be notification in writing for
purposes of this provision.
5. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon approval
and order of the Director of
Finance, the amount appropriated
in this item shall be reduced by
the amount transferred in Item
0250-115-0932 to provide
adequate resources to the
Judicial Branch Workers'
Compensation Fund to pay
workers' compensation claims for
judicial branch employees and
judges, and administrative costs
pursuant to Section 68114.10 of
the Government Code.
6. Of the funds appropriated in
Schedule (1), which will be
transferred to the Trial Court
Improvement Fund in accordance
with subdivision (b) of Section
77209 of the Government Code, up
to $5,000,000 shall be available
for support of services for self-
represented litigants.
7. Upon approval by the
Administrative Director of the
Courts, the Controller shall
transfer up to $11,274,000 to
Item 0250-001-0932 for recovery
of costs for administrative
services provided to the trial
courts by the Administrative
Office of the Courts.
8. In order to improve equal access
and the fair administration of
justice, the funds appropriated
in Schedule (8) are available
for distribution by the
Judicial Council through the
Legal Services Trust Fund
Commission in support of the
Equal Access Fund Program to
qualified legal services
projects and support centers as
defined in Sections 6213 to
6215, inclusive, of the Business
and Professions Code, to be used
for legal services in civil
matters for indigent persons.
The Judicial Council shall
approve awards made by the
commission if the council
determines that the awards
comply with statutory and other
relevant guidelines. Upon
approval by the Administrative
Director of the Courts, the
Controller shall transfer up to
5 percent of the funding
appropriated in Schedule (3) to
Item 0250-001-0932 for
administrative expenses. Ten
percent of the funds remaining
after administrative costs shall
be for joint projects of courts
and legal services programs to
make legal assistance available
to pro per litigants and 90
percent of the funds remaining
after administrative costs shall
be distributed consistent with
Sections 6216 to 6223,
inclusive, of the Business and
Professions Code. The Judicial
Council may establish additional
reporting or quality control
requirements consistent with
Sections 6213 to 6223,
inclusive, of the Business and
Professions Code.
9. Funds available for expenditure
in Schedule (8) may be augmented
by order of the Director of
Finance by the amount of any
additional resources deposited
for distribution to the Equal
Access Fund Program in
accordance with Sections 68085.3
and 68085.4 of the Government
Code. Any augmentation under
this provision shall be
authorized not sooner than 30
days after notification in
writing to the chairpersons of
the committees in each house of
the Legislature that consider
appropriations, the chairpersons
of the committees and
appropriate subcommittees that
consider the State Budget, and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
or not sooner than whatever
lesser time the chairperson of
the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may determine.
10. Sixteen (16.0) subordinate
judicial officer positions are
authorized to be converted to
judgeships in the 2011-12 fiscal
year in the manner and pursuant
to the authority described in
subparagraph (B) of paragraph
(1) of subdivision (c) of
Section 69615 of the Government
Code, as described in the notice
filed by the Judicial Council
under subparagraph (B) of
paragraph (3) of subdivision (c)
of Section 69615.
11. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, and upon
approval of the Director of
Finance, reimbursements in
Schedule (12) may be
increased by the amount of any
additional resources collected
for the recovery of costs for
court-appointed dependency
counsel services.
12. Upon approval of the
Administrative Director of the
Courts, the Controller shall
transfer up to $556,000 of the
funding identified in Provision
11 of this item to Item 0250-001-
0932 for administrative services
provided to the trial courts in
support of the court-appointed
dependency counsel program.
13. Upon approval of the
Administrative Director of the
Courts, the amount available for
expenditure in this item may be
augmented by the amount of
resources collected to support
the implementation and
administration of the civil
representation pilot program.
14. Upon approval of the
Administrative Director of the
Courts, the Controller shall
transfer up to $500,000 to Item
0250-001-0932 for administrative
services provided by the
Administrative Office of the
Courts to implement and
administer the Civil
Representation Pilot Program.
15. Of the amount appropriated in
this item, $10,000,000 of
planned expenditures for the
Court Case Management System
project shall instead be
redirected to offset reductions
in trial court funding in the
2011-12 fiscal year.
16. This item includes a one-time
augmentation of $170,000,000 to
offset the reductions in trial
court funding in the 2011-12
fiscal year, based on transfers
as follows: (a) $130,000,000
transferred from the fund
balance in the Immediate and
Critical Needs Account and the
State Court Facilities
Construction Fund, with specific
amounts from each fund to be
determined by the Judicial
Council, (b) a reduction of
$20,000,000 from Facility
Modifications, composed of
$10,000,000 transferred from the
Immediate and Critical Needs
Account and $10,000,000
transferred from the State Court
Facilities Construction Fund,
and (c) $20,000,000 transferred
from the Judicial Administration
Efficiency and Modernization
Fund.
17. The transfers and redirections
included in Provisions 15 and 16
and any other available court
funding, including local
reserves, are intended to be
used to prevent court closures
or reductions in court service
hours.


0250-102-0001--For local assistance, Judicial
Branch, augmentation for Court Employee
Retirement, Compensation and Benefits......... 52,533,000
Schedule:
(1) 45.10-Support for
Operation of the Trial
Courts................. 52,533,000
Provisions:
1. Funding appropriated in this item
shall be allocated, upon order of
the Director of Finance, to trial
courts to address cost increases
related to court employee
retirement, retiree health, and
health benefits.
2. This item may be increased by order
of the Director of Finance to
address unanticipated cost
increases that exceed the amount
appropriated in this item. Any
augmentation shall be authorized no
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing to the
chairpersons of the committees in
each house of the Legislature that
consider appropriations, the
chairpersons of the committees and
appropriate subcommittees that
consider the State Budget, and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee.
3. To the extent the funds
appropriated in this item exceed
the actual cost increases relative
to the purposes for which the funds
are appropriated, any excess funds
shall revert to the General Fund on
June 30, 2012.


0250-102-0556--For local assistance,
Judicial Branch, payable from the Judicial
Administration Efficiency and
Modernization Fund......................... 18,709,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval of the Director
of Finance, the amount
available for expenditure in
this item may be augmented
by the amount of any
additional resources available
in the Judicial Administration
Efficiency and Modernization
Fund, which is in addition to
the amount appropriated in
this item. Any augmentation
shall be authorized not sooner
than 30 days after
notification in writing to the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations, the
chairpersons of the committees
and appropriate subcommittees
that consider the State
Budget, and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time after
that notification the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.


0250-111-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Trial Court Trust Fund.. 1,414,528,000


0250-111-0556--For transfer by the
Controller from the Judicial
Administration Efficiency and
Modernization Fund to the Trial Court
Trust Fund................................ (20,000,000)


0250-111-3037--For transfer by the
Controller from the State Court Facilities
Construction Fund to the Trial Court Trust
Fund....................................... (10,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount of the funds
available in this item may be
augmented in the 2011-12
fiscal year in accordance with
Provision 16 of Item 0250-101-
0932.


0250-111-3138--For transfer by the
Controller from the Immediate and Critical
Needs Account, State Court Facilities
Construction Fund to the Trial Court Trust
Fund....................................... (10,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount of the funds
available in this item may be
augmented in the 2011-12
fiscal year in accordance with
Provision 16 of Item 0250-101-
0932.


0250-112-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Judicial Administration
Efficiency and Modernization Fund......... 38,709,000


0250-115-0932--For transfer, upon order of
the Director of Finance, to the Judicial
Branch Workers' Compensation Fund........... 1,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order of
the Department of Finance, the
Administrative Director of the
Courts shall adjust the amount of
this transfer to provide adequate
resources to the Judicial Branch
Workers' Compensation Fund to pay
workers' compensation claims for
judicial branch employees and
judges, and administrative costs
pursuant to Section 68114.10 of the
Government Code.


0250-301-3138--For capital outlay,
Judicial Branch, payable from the
Immediate and Critical Needs Account,
State Court Facilities Construction Fund.. 148,324,000
Schedule:
(1) 91.04.001-Butte
County: New North
County Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 4,358,000
(2) 91.10.003-Fresno
County: Renovate
Fresno County
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 6,142,000
(3) 91.13.001-Imperial
County: New El
Centro Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 3,496,000
(4) 91.15.001-Kern
County: New Delano
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 2,533,000
(5) 91.16.001-Kings
County: New Hanford
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 8,342,000
(6) 91.17.001-Lake
County: New
Lakeport Courthouse-
- Working drawings.. 3,646,000
(7) 91.24.002-Merced
County: New Los
Banos Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 1,974,000
(8) 91.27.001-Monterey
County: New South
Monterey County
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 2,985,000
(9) 91.33.002-Riverside
County: New Indio
Juvenile and Family
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 3,789,000
(10) 91.34.001-
Sacramento County:
New Sacramento
Criminal Courthouse-
- Working drawings.. 22,924,000
(11) 91.37.001-San Diego
County: New San
Diego Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 32,367,000
(12) 91.39.002-San
Joaquin County:
Renovate and Expand
Juvenile Justice
Center-- Working
drawings and
Construction........ 3,633,000
(13) 91.43.001-Santa
Clara County: New
Family Justice
Center-- Working
drawings............ 14,637,000
(14) 91.45.001-Shasta
County: New Redding
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 9,055,000
(15) 91.47.001-Siskiyou
County: New Yreka
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 5,861,000
(16) 91.51.001-Sutter
County: New Yuba
City Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 4,693,000
(17) 91.52.001-Tehama
County: New Red
Bluff Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 3,982,000
(18) 91.55.001-Tuolumne
County: New Sonora
Courthouse--
Working drawings.... 4,268,000
(19) 91.57.001-Yolo
County: New
Woodland Courthouse-
- Working drawings.. 9,639,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, each county
listed in this item shall
transfer responsibility or
responsibility and title to the
state prior to the release of
funds for all acquisition
projects.


0280-001-0001--For support of the
Commission on Judicial Performance, Program
10.......................................... 4,181,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order of
the Department of Finance, the
amount appropriated in this item
shall be reduced by the amount
transferred in Item 0280-011-0001
to provide adequate resources to
the Judicial Branch Workers'
Compensation Fund to pay workers'
compensation claims for judicial
branch employees and administrative
costs pursuant to Section 68114.10
of the Government Code.


0280-011-0001--For transfer, upon order of
the Director of Finance, to the Judicial
Branch Workers' Compensation Fund........... 1,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order of
the Department of Finance, the
Commission on Judicial
Performance shall adjust the amount
of this transfer to provide
adequate resources to the Judicial
Branch Workers' Compensation Fund
to pay workers' compensation claims
for judicial branch employees and
administrative costs pursuant to
Section 68114.10 of the Government
Code.


0390-001-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Judges' Retirement Fund,
for Supreme Court and Appellate Court
Justices.................................... 1,150,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 0390-101-0001.


0390-101-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Judges' Retirement Fund
for Superior Court and Municipal Court
Judges..................................... 187,432,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer such funds as
are necessary between Item
0390-001-0001 and this item.

Executive


0500-001-0001--For support of Governor and of
Governor's office............................. 11,137,000
Schedule:
(1) Support................ 17,745,000
(2) Governor's Residence
(Support).............. 35,000
(3) Special Contingent
Expenses............... 40,000
(4) Unallocated Reduction.. -4,455,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 0500-001-9740)... -2,228,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedules
(2) and (3) are exempt from the
provisions of Sections 925.6,
12410, and 13320 of the Government
Code.


0500-001-9740--For support of the
Governor's office, for payment to Item
0500-001-0001, payable from the Central
Service Cost Recovery Fund................ 2,228,000


0502-001-0001--For support of the
California Technology Agency, for payment
to Item 0502-001-9730, payable from the
General Fund.............................. 3,694,000


0502-001-0022--For support of the
California Technology Agency, for payment
to Item 0502-001-9730, payable from the
State Emergency Telephone Number Account.. 2,322,000


0502-001-9730--For support of California
Technology Agency, payable from the
Technology Services Revolving Fund........ 347,846,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California
Technology Agency... 289,990,000
(2) 20-Project Review
and Oversight....... 70,744,000
(3) 30.01-
Administration...... 17,679,000
(4) 30.02-Distributed
Administration...... -17,679,000
(5) Reimbursements...... -3,179,000
(6) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 0502-001-
0001)............... -3,694,000
(7) Amount payable from
the State Emergency
Telephone Number
Account (Item 0502-
001-0022)........... -2,322,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 0502-001-
9740)............... -3,693,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director
of Finance may authorize
expenditures for the California
Technology Agency in excess of
the amount appropriated not
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided
to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees in each house
of the Legislature and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the
joint committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance
determine.
2. Expenditure authority provided
in this item to support data
center infrastructure
projects may not be utilized for
items outside the approved
project scope. Changes in
project scope must receive
approval using the established
administrative and legislative
reporting requirements.


0502-001-9740--For support of the
California Technology Agency, for payment
to Item 0502-001-9730, payable from the
Central Service Cost Recovery Fund........ 3,693,000


0502-101-0022--For local assistance,
California Technology Agency, for
reimbursement of local agencies, service
suppliers, and communication equipment
companies for costs incurred pursuant to
Sections 41137, 41137.1, 41138, and 41140
of the Revenue and Taxation Code............ 122,604,000
Schedule:
(1) 911 Emergency
Telephone Number
System................ 106,523,000
(2) Enhanced Wireless
Services.............. 16,081,000


0502-101-0890--For local assistance,
California Technology Agency................ 1,931,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, federal funds appropriated
in this item but not encumbered or
expended by June 30, 2012, may be
expended in the 2012-13 fiscal
year.


0510-001-0001--For support of Secretary of
State and Consumer Services................... 1,038,000
Schedule:
(1) Support..................... 2,466,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -642,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Central Service Cost
Recovery Fund (Item 0510-
001-9740)................... -786,000


0510-001-9740--For support of Secretary
of State and Consumer Services, for
payment to Item 0510-001-0001, payable
from the Central Service Cost Recovery
Fund...................................... 786,000


0520-001-0001--For support of Secretary of
Business, Transportation and Housing, for
payment to Item 0520-001-0044............... 2,374,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $934,000 shall be available
for use by the California Travel
and Tourism Commission for use
in promoting California tourism to
potential visitors.


0520-001-0044--For support of Secretary of
Business, Transportation and Housing, payable
from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund........................... 1,571,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Administration of
Business,
Transportation and
Housing Agency........ 3,534,000
(2) 25-Infrastructure
Finance and Economic
Development Program... 92,331,000
(3) Reimbursements........ -3,505,000
(4) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 0520-001-0001).. -2,374,000
(5) Amount payable from
the California
Infrastructure and
Economic Development
Bank Fund (Item 0520-
001-0649)............. -3,937,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0520-001-
0890)................. -84,361,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Welcome Center
Fund (Item 0520-001-
3083)................. -107,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Film Promotion
and Marketing Fund
(Item 0520-001-3095).. -10,000


0520-001-0649--For support of Secretary
of Business, Transportation and Housing,
for payment to Item 0520-001-0044,
payable from the California
Infrastructure and Economic Development
Bank Fund................................. 3,937,000


0520-001-0890--For support of Secretary
of Business, Transportation and Housing,
for payment to Item 0520-001-0044,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 84,361,000


0520-001-3083--For support of Secretary of
Business, Transportation and Housing, for
payment to Item 0520-001-0044, payable from
the Welcome Center Fund..................... 107,000
Provisions:
1. Consistent with Section 13995.151
of the Government Code, the Office
of Tourism has the flexibility
to limit the number of California
Welcome Centers within a geographic
area to prevent excessive density,
but it also has the flexibility to
locate them within 50 miles of each
other regardless of whether they
would be located in a rural or
urban area.


0520-001-3095--For support of Secretary
of Business, Transportation and Housing,
for payment to Item 0520-001-0044,
payable from the Film Promotion and
Marketing Fund............................ 10,000


0520-002-0001--For support of Secretary of
Business, Transportation and Housing........ 60,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item is available for payment of
costs resulting from the closure of
the former Technology, Trade, and
Commerce Agency.
Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, if the Department of
Finance determines that the
expenditures for these costs will
exceed the expenditures authorized
by this item, the Department of
Finance shall report that fact to
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations.
Thirty days after providing the
written notification, the Director
of Finance may increase this
appropriation pursuant to the
provisions of Chapter 2 of the
Statutes of 2003, First
Extraordinary Session.


0520-011-0001--For transfer, upon order of the
Director of Finance, to the Small Business
Expansion Fund................................. 861,000
Provisions:
1. If the trust fund described in Section
14030 of the Corporations Code incurs
losses due to loan defaults and this
results in outstanding guarantee
liability exceeding five times the
portion of funds on deposit in the
trust fund as specified in that
section, the Director of Finance may
transfer an amount necessary from the
General Fund to the trust fund to
maintain the minimum reserves required
by that section. The Director of
Finance shall notify the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee within 30
days of making such a transfer. In no
case shall a transfer or transfers
made pursuant to this provision exceed
the total amount of $20,000,000. Any
amount transferred pursuant to this
provision, shall be repaid to the
General Fund, upon the order of the
Director of Finance, when no longer
needed to maintain a minimum required
reserve.


0520-011-0890--For transfer, upon order
of the Director of Finance, to the Small
Business Expansion Fund................... 862,000


0520-401--The Department of Finance is
hereby authorized to transfer any savings
from the amount transferred pursuant to
Item 0520-011-0001 of this act to the
General Fund at the end of the 2011-12
fiscal year.


0530-001-0001--For support of Secretary of
California Health and Human Services.......... 1,117,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Secretary of
California Health and
Human Services......... 5,308,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -1,752,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 0530-001-0890)... -1,604,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 0530-001-9740)... -835,000


0530-001-0890--For support of Secretary
of California Health and Human Services,
for payment to Item 0530-001-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 1,604,000


0530-001-3151--For support of Secretary of
California Health and Human Services,
payable from the Internal Health
Information Integrity Quality Improvement
Account..................................... 40,000
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
authorize an increase in this
appropriation, up to the total
amount collected from
administrative fines assessed by
the Office of Health Information
Integrity pursuant to Section 56.36
of the Civil Code. Any such
approval shall be accompanied by
the approval of an amended spending
plan submitted by the Office of
Health Information Integrity
providing detailed justification
for the increased expenses. An
approval of an augmentation or
spending plan may be authorized not
sooner than 30 days after
notification is provided to the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee in
writing, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may
determine.


0530-001-9732--For support of Secretary
of California Health and Human Services,
payable from the Office of Systems
Integration Fund.......................... 180,866,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Office of
Systems Integration. 180,866,000
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance is
authorized to approve matching
current year increases in the
Office of Systems Integration's
(OSI) expenditure authority to
correspond to increases to the
Department of Social Services'
Local Assistance budget to
address system changes to OSI
managed information technology
projects. Any such increases
shall occur no sooner than 30
days after notification in
writing of the necessity
therefor to the chairpersons of
the fiscal committees of each
house of the Legislature and
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time after notification the
chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


0530-001-9740--For support of Secretary
of California Health and Human Services,
for payment to Item 0530-001-0001,
payable from the Central Service Cost
Recovery Fund............................. 835,000


0530-017-0001--For support of Secretary of
California Health and Human Services........... 2,527,000
Schedule:
(1) 21-Office of Health
Information Integrity... 4,068,000
(2) Reimbursements.......... -1,541,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to the
federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA) of 1996.


0530-017-3163--For support of Secretary of
California Health and Human Services,
Program 21-Office of Health Information
Integrity, for implementing California's
Health Information Exchange Cooperative
Grant Program, payable from the California
Health Information Technology and Exchange
Fund....................................... 17,598,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 28.00
or any other provision of law,
the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures from
the California Health
Information Technology and
Exchange Fund for the
Secretary of California Health
and Human Services in excess
of the amount appropriated not
sooner than 30 days after
providing notification in
writing of the necessity
therefor, including a
comprehensive description of
the request, to the
chairpersons of the fiscal and
policy committees of the
Legislature and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
or not sooner than whatever
lesser time the chairperson of
the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each
instance determine.


0540-001-0005--For support of Secretary
of the Natural Resources Agency, for
payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable
from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection
Bond Fund................................. 156,000


0540-001-0140--For support of Secretary of
the Natural Resources Agency, payable from
the California Environmental License Plate
Fund......................................... 3,282,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Administration
of Natural Resources
Agency................ 41,088,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -572,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and
Coastal Protection
Bond Fund (Item 0540-
001-0005)............. -156,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Environmental
Enhancement and
Mitigation Program
Fund (Item 0540-001-
0183)................. -128,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0540-001-
0890)................. -5,552,000
(7) Amount payable from
the California Clean
Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood
Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund (Item
0540-001-6029)........ -1,369,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of
2002 (Item 0540-001-
6031)................. -2,504,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood
Control, River and
Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006 (Item
0540-001-6051)........ -27,329,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Disaster
Preparedness and
Flood Prevention Bond
Fund of 2006 (Item
0540-001-6052)........ -196,000


0540-001-0183--For support of Secretary
of the Natural Resources Agency, for
payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable
from the Environmental Enhancement and
Mitigation Program Fund................... 128,000


0540-001-0890--For support of Secretary
of the Natural Resources Agency, for
payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 5,552,000


0540-001-6029--For support of Secretary
of the Natural Resources Agency, for
payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable
from the California Clean Water, Clean
Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund........................... 1,369,000


0540-001-6031--For support of Secretary
of the Natural Resources Agency, for
payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable
from the Water Security, Clean Drinking
Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund
of 2002................................... 2,504,000


0540-001-6051--For support of Secretary of
the Natural Resources Agency, for payment
to Item 0540-001-0140, payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006.................... 27,329,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in
this item for purposes of
subdivision (n) of Section
75050 of the Public Resources
Code shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014, for
purposes of support, local
assistance, or capital outlay.
2. The funds appropriated in this
item for purposes of
subdivision (n) of Section
75050 of the Public Resources
Code shall continue only so
long as the United States
Bureau of Reclamation
continues to provide federal
funds and continues to carry
out federal actions to
implement the settlement
agreement in Natural Resources
Defense Council v. Rodgers
(2005) 381 F.Supp.2d 1212.


0540-001-6052--For support of Secretary
of the Natural Resources Agency, for
payment to Item 0540-001-0140, payable
from the Disaster Preparedness and Flood
Prevention Bond Fund of 2006.............. 196,000


0540-101-6051--For local assistance,
Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency,
payable from the Safe Drinking Water,
Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control,
River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006.. 21,000,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014, for
purposes of support or local
assistance.


0552-001-0001--For support of Office of
the Inspector General...................... 21,769,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Office of the
Inspector General.... 21,769,000
Provisions:
1. No employee of the Office of the
Inspector General who is hired
on or after April 1, 2011, shall
receive peace officer or
firefighter retirement benefits
as a result of employment with
the Office of the Inspector
General unless that employee's
primary duties include the
performance of investigations as
specified in Section 830.2 of
the Penal Code. It is the intent
of the Legislature that no more
than 26 employees in the Office
of the Inspector General shall
have primary duties that include
the performance of
investigations.


0555-001-0001--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044..................... 1,025,000


0555-001-0014--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Hazardous Waste Control Account........... 316,000


0555-001-0028--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Unified Program Account................... 4,371,000


0555-001-0044--For support of Secretary for
Environmental Protection, payable from the
Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation
Fund......................................... 1,869,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Support............ 20,326,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -1,961,000
(3) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 0555-001-0001).. -1,025,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Hazardous Waste
Control Account (Item
0555-001-0014)........ -316,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Unified Program
Account (Item 0555-
001-0028)............. -4,371,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Department of
Pesticide Regulation
Fund (Item 0555-001-
0106)................. -902,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
0555-001-0115)........ -1,660,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Waste Discharge
Permit Fund (Item
0555-001-0193)........ -647,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Public Resources
Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
0555-001-0235)........ -53,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Integrated Waste
Management Account,
Integrated Waste
Management Fund (Item
0555-001-0387)........ -876,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Underground
Storage Tank Cleanup
Fund (Item 0555-001-
0439)................. -839,000
(12) Amount payable from
the State Water
Quality Control Fund
(Item 0555-001-0679).. -725,000
(12.5) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0555-001-
0890)................. -1,500,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Rural CUPA
Reimbursement Account
(Item 0555-001-1006).. -835,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Water Rights Fund
(Item 0555-001-3058).. -38,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Environmental
Enforcement and
Training Account
(Item 0555-001-8013).. -2,132,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Environmental
Education Account
(Item 0555-001-8020).. -577,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item
from the Environmental Education
Account are available for
appropriation only to the extent
that funding is received in the
Environmental Education Account
established by Section 71305 of
the Public Resources Code.


0555-001-0106--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund... 902,000


0555-001-0115--For support of Secretary for
Environmental Protection, for payment to
Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the Air
Pollution Control Fund...................... 1,660,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated pursuant
to this item, $586,000 shall be
expended solely for 4.0 full-
time positions to perform functions
associated with the Climate Action
Team, including tracking of state
agency actions to reduce greenhouse
gas emissions.


0555-001-0193--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Waste Discharge Permit Fund............... 647,000


0555-001-0235--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 53,000


0555-001-0387--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Integrated Waste Management Account,
Integrated Waste Management Fund.......... 876,000


0555-001-0439--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund..... 839,000


0555-001-0679--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
State Water Quality Control Fund.......... 725,000


0555-001-0890--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044..................... 1,500,000


0555-001-1006--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Rural CUPA Reimbursement Account.......... 835,000


0555-001-3058--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Water Rights Fund......................... 38,000


0555-001-8013--For support of Secretary
for Environmental Protection, for payment
to Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Environmental Enforcement and Training
Account................................... 2,132,000


0555-001-8020--For support of Secretary for
Environmental Protection, for payment to
Item 0555-001-0044, payable from the
Environmental Education Account............. 577,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated and
available for expenditure in this
item is limited to the amount
of funding received in the
Environmental Education Account
established by Section 71305 of the
Public Resources Code.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon the request of the
Secretary for Environmental
Protection, the Director of Finance
may authorize expenditures of up to
$5,000,000 in excess of the amount
appropriated in this item, if
sufficient funds are available in
the Environmental Education
Account, to pay for the costs
associated with the program
described in Part 4 (commencing
with Section 71300) of Division 34
of the Public Resources Code, not
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee.


0555-011-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Rural CUPA
Reimbursement Account..................... 835,000


0555-011-0028--For transfer by the

Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Unified Program Account to (8,700,00
the General Fund as a loan................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $8,700,000 as a
loan to the General Fund, which
shall be repaid by June 30,
2014. The Director of Finance
shall order the repayment of
all or a portion of this
loan if he or she determines
that either of the following
circumstances exists: (a) the
fund or account from which the
loan was made has a need for
the moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys in
the fund or account that
received the loan. This loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of transfer.


0555-011-1006--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Rural CUPA Reimbursement (1,300,00
Account to the General Fund as a loan........ 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,300,000 as a
loan to the General Fund, which
shall be repaid by June 30,
2014. The Director of Finance
shall order the repayment
of all or a portion of this
loan if he or she determines
that either of the following
circumstances exists: (a) the
fund or account from which the
loan was made has a need for
the moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys in
the fund or account that
received the loan. This loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of transfer.


0559-001-0001--For support of the Labor and
Workforce Development Agency......................... 0
Schedule:
(1) 10-Office of the Secretary
of Labor and Workforce
Development................ 3,005,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -2,641,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Labor and Workforce
Development Fund (Item
0559-001-3078)............. -364,000
Provisions:
1. The Secretary of Labor and Workforce
Development shall report to the Director
of Finance and the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee on the progress of the
Underground Economy Enforcement Program
by January 1, 2012.


0559-001-3078--For support of the Labor and
Workforce Development Agency, for payment
to Item 0559-001-0001, payable from the
Labor and Workforce Development Fund........ 364,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


0650-001-0001--For support of the Office of
Planning and Research......................... 2,295,000
Schedule:
(1) 11-State Planning and
Policy Development..... 2,124,000
(2) 21-California
Volunteers............. 6,102,000
(3) Reimbursements......... -3,343,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 0650-001-0890)... -2,098,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 0650-001-9740)... -490,000


0650-001-0890--For support of the Office
of Planning and Research, for payment to
Item 0650-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 2,098,000


0650-001-9740--For support of the Office
of Planning and Research, for payment to
Item 0650-001-0001, payable from the
Central Service Cost Recovery Fund........ 490,000


0650-101-0890--For local assistance,
Office of Planning and Research, Program
21-California Volunteers, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund.................... 28,000,000


0690-001-0001--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency..... 44,931,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Emergency
Management Services. 63,138,000
(2) 40-Special Programs
and Grant
Management.......... 78,862,000
(3) 65.01-
Administration and
Executive Program... 15,209,000
(4) 65.02-Distributed
Administration and
Executive........... -15,209,000
(5) Reimbursements...... -4,235,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Unified Program
Account (Item 0690-
001-0028)........... -784,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Nuclear
Planning Assessment
Special Account
(Item 0690-001-
0029)............... -1,148,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Restitution
Fund (Item 0690-001-
0214)............... -299,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0690-001-
0890)............... -86,420,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Local Public
Prosecutors and
Public Defender
Training Fund (Item
0690-002-0241)...... -83,000
(12) Amount payable
from the Victim-
Witness Assistance
Fund (Item 0690-002-
0425)............... -1,307,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Equality in
Prevention and
Services for
Domestic Abuse Fund
(Item 0690-001-
3112)............... -7,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Transit System
Safety, Security,
and Disaster
Response Account,
Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction,
Air Quality, and
Port Security
Fund of 2006 (Item
0690-001-6061)...... -2,573,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Antiterrorism
Fund (Item 0690-010-
3034)............... -213,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item
may be reduced by the Director
of Finance, after giving notice
to the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, by
the amount of federal funds made
available for the purposes of
this item in excess of the
federal funds scheduled in Item
0690-001-0890.
2. The California Emergency
Management Agency shall charge
tuition for all training offered
through the California
Specialized Training Institute.
3. Upon approval by the Department
of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 0690-101-0890.


0690-001-0028--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency,
for payment to Item 0690-001-0001,
payable from the Unified Program Account.. 784,000


0690-001-0029--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency, for
payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from
the Nuclear Planning Assessment Special
Account..................................... 1,148,000
Provisions:
1. Pursuant to subdivision (f) of
Section 8610.5 of the Government
Code, any unexpended funds from the
appropriation in the prior fiscal
year are hereby appropriated in
augmentation of this item.


0690-001-0214--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency,
for payment to Item 0690-001-0001,
payable from the Restitution Fund......... 299,000


0690-001-0890--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency,
for payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................ 86,420,000
Provisions:
1. Any funds that may become
available, in addition to the
funds appropriated in this
item, for disaster
response and recovery may be
allocated by the Department of
Finance subject to the
conditions of Section 28.00,
except that, notwithstanding
subdivision (e) of that
section, the allocations may
be made 30 days or less after
notification of the
Legislature.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the funds
appropriated in this item may
be expended without regard to
the fiscal year in which the
application for reimbursement
was submitted to the Federal
Emergency Management Agency.


0690-001-3112--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency,
for payment to Item 0690-001-0001,
payable from the Equality in Prevention
and Services for Domestic Abuse Fund...... 7,000


0690-001-6061--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency, for
payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from
the Transit System Safety, Security, and
Disaster Response Account, Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006....................... 2,573,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval of the Director of
Finance, expenditure authority for
this item may be increased by up to
$200,000 to reimburse the
Department of Finance for bond
audit costs related to the
implementation of Proposition 1B.
Any augmentation shall be
authorized no sooner than 30 days
after notification in writing to
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may determine.


0690-001-8039--For support of California
Emergency Management Agency, payable from
the Disaster Resistant Communities Fund..... 207,000
Provisions:
1. The Department of Finance may
authorize the augmentation of the
total amount available for
expenditure under this item in
the amount of any donations from
the private sector received by the
California Emergency Management
Agency that are in excess of the
amount appropriated in this item.
Any augmentation shall be
accompanied by a spending plan
submitted by the California
Emergency Management Agency. The
spending plan shall include, at a
minimum, the source and level of
donations received to date, a
detailed description of activities
already completed and those
activities proposed, the source and
amount of any additional donations
expected to be received, and the
identification of any impact of the
spending plan on other state funds.
An approval of an augmentation of
this item shall be effective not
sooner than 30 days after the
transmittal of the approval and
spending plan to the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may
determine.


0690-002-0241--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency, for
payment to Item 0690-001-0001, payable from
the Local Public Prosecutors and Public
Defenders Training Fund..................... 83,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law restricting the costs of
administering individual programs,
the full amount of this
appropriation may be used by the
California Emergency Management
Agency for administrative costs.


0690-002-0425--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency,
for payment to Item 0690-001-0001,
payable from the Victim-Witness
Assistance Fund........................... 1,307,000


0690-003-0001--For support of the California
Emergency Management Agency, for rental
payments on lease-revenue bonds.............. 6,390,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 6,365,000
(2) Insurance.................. 26,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


0690-010-3034--For support of the
California Emergency Management Agency,
for payment to Item 0690-001-0001,
payable from the Antiterrorism Fund....... 213,000


0690-011-0425--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Victim-Witness
Assistance Fund, to the General Fund as a
loan....................................... (11,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be
repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer. Repayment shall be
made so as to ensure that the
programs supported by the
Victim-Witness Assistance Fund
are not adversely affected by
the loan through reduction in
services or through increased
fees.


0690-011-3034--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Antiterrorism Fund, to the (1,000,00
General Fund as a loan....................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be repaid
with interest calculated at the
rate earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of the transfer. Repayment
shall be made so as to ensure
that the programs supported by
the Antiterrorism Fund are not
adversely affected by the loan
through reduction in services
or through increased fees.


0690-101-0029--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
Program 40-- Special Programs and Grant
Management, payable from the Nuclear
Planning Assessment Special Account......... 3,464,000
Provisions:
1. Pursuant to subdivision (f) of
Section 8610.5 of the
Government Code, any unexpended
funds from the appropriation in the
prior fiscal year are hereby
appropriated in augmentation of
this item.


0690-101-0890--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 878,826,000
Schedule:
(1) 40-Special Programs
and Grant
Management.......... 878,826,000
Provisions:
1. Any federal funds that may
become available in addition to
the funds appropriated in this
item for Program 40 for disaster
assistance are exempt from
Section 28.00.


0690-101-6061--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
payable from the Transit System Safety,
Security, and Disaster Response Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..... 100,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 40-Special Programs
and Grant Management.. 100,000,000


0690-102-0001--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency........ 21,471,000
Schedule:
(1) 40.20-Victim Services.. 21,471,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the California Emergency
Management Agency may provide
advance payment of up to 25 percent
of grant funds awarded to community-
based nonprofit organizations,
cities, school districts, counties,
and other units of local government
that have demonstrated cashflow
problems according to the criteria
set forth by the California
Emergency Management Agency.
2. The Director of Finance shall
include a special display table in
the Governor's Budget under the
California Emergency Management
Agency that displays, by fund
source, component level detail for
Program 40, Special Programs and
Grant Management, related to
Criminal Justice projects. In
addition, the California Emergency
Management Agency, in consultation
with the Director of Finance, shall
provide a report to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee by
January 10 of each year that
provides a list of grantees, total
funds awarded to each grantee, and
performance statistics to document
program outputs and outcomes in
order to assess the state's return
on investment for each component of
Program 40 for each of the three
years displayed in the Governor's
Budget.


0690-102-0214--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
payable from the Restitution Fund.............. 9,715,000
Schedule:
(1) 40.30-Public Safety............ 9,715,0
00
(a) Internet
Crimes
Against
Children
Task Force
funding..... (500,000)
(b) Grants to
the City of
Los Angeles. (1,000,000)
(c) Competitive
grants to
all other
cities...... (8,215,000)
Provisions:
1. All grantees must provide a dollar-for-
dollar match to state grant funds
awarded from Schedules (1)(b) and
(1)(c).
2. The California Emergency Management
Agency shall submit a report and
evaluation of the grants awarded
pursuant to Schedules (1)(b) and
(1)(c) to the fiscal committees of the
Legislature not later than April 1,
2013.
3. The amount appropriated in Schedule
(1)(c) shall be competitive grants to
cities. No grant shall exceed
$500,000, and at least two grants
shall be awarded to cities with
populations of 200,000 or less. In
awarding grants, the California
Emergency Management Agency shall give
preference to applicants that
incorporate regional approaches to
antigang activities.
4. Each city that receives a grant from
Schedule (1)(c) shall collaborate and
coordinate with area jurisdictions and
agencies, including the existing
county juvenile justice coordination
council, with the goal of reducing
gang activity in the city and adjacent
areas. Each grantee shall establish a
coordinating and advisory council to
prioritize the use of the funds.
Membership shall include city
officials, local law enforcement,
including the county sheriff, chief
probation officer, and district
attorney, local educational agencies,
including school districts and the
county office of education, and
community-based organizations.
5. Each city that receives a grant from
Schedule (1)(b) or (1)(c) shall
distribute at least 20 percent of the
grant funds it receives to one or more
community-based organizations
pursuant to the city's application.


0690-102-0241--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
payable from the Local Public Prosecutors
and Public Defenders Training Fund........... 792,000
Schedule:
(1) 40.30-Public Safety........ 792,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the California Emergency
Management Agency may provide
advance payment of up to 25 percent
of grant funds awarded to community-
based, nonprofit organizations,
cities, school districts, counties,
and other units of local government
that have demonstrated cashflow
problems according to the criteria
set forth by the California
Emergency Management Agency.


0690-102-0425--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
payable from the Victim-Witness Assistance
Fund.......................................... 15,519,000
Schedule:
(1) 40.20-Victim
Services............... 15,519,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the California Emergency
Management Agency may provide
advance payment of up to 25 percent
of grant funds awarded to community-
based, nonprofit organizations,
cities, school districts, counties,
and other units of local government
that have demonstrated cashflow
problems according to the criteria
set forth by the California
Emergency Management Agency.


0690-102-0890--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 118,882,000
Schedule:
(1) 40.20-Victim
Services............ 67,816,000
(2) 40.30-Public Safety. 51,066,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the
California Emergency Management
Agency may provide advance
payment of up to 25 percent of
grant funds awarded to
community-based, nonprofit
organizations, cities, school
districts, counties, and other
units of local government that
have demonstrated cashflow
problems according to the
criteria set forth by the
California Emergency Management
Agency.


0690-102-3112--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
payable from the Equality in Prevention and
Services for Domestic Abuse Fund.............. 98,000
Schedule:
(1) 40.20-Victim Services....... 98,000


0690-112-0001--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency,
for disaster recovery costs................ 69,114,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item are for the state's share
of response and recovery costs
for disasters.
2. Upon approval of the Director
of Finance, authority may be
established or increased to
reimburse state and local
agencies for out-of-state
disaster response and recovery
costs, subject to the
conditions of Section 28.00,
except that notwithstanding
subdivision (e) of the
section, the allocations may
be made 30 days or less after
notification of the
Legislature.


0690-115-0001--For local assistance,
California Emergency Management Agency, for
volunteer disaster service workers'
compensation................................ 1,012,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
shall be used to pay approved
volunteer disaster service workers'
compensation claims and
administrative expenditures related
to the payment of those claims by
the State Compensation Insurance
Fund.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures in this item
in excess of the amount
appropriated in this item for the
purposes of paying unanticipated
volunteer disaster service workers'
compensation claims and
administrative expenditures related
to the payment of those claims. The
Director of Finance may not approve
any expenditure unless the approval
is made in writing and filed with
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations no
later than 30 days prior to the
effective date of approval, or
prior to whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may determine.


0750-001-0001--For support of Office of
the Lieutenant Governor................... 1,033,000


0820-001-0001--For support of Department
of Justice................................ 253,471,000
Schedule:
(1) 11.01-Directorate--
Administration...... 87,952,000
(2) 11.02-Distributed
Directorate--
Administration...... -87,952,000
(3) 20-Division of
Legal Services...... 361,357,000
(4) 50-Law Enforcement.. 241,596,000
(5) 60-California
Justice Information
Services............ 154,990,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -45,139,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Attorney
General Antitrust
Account (Item 0820-
001-0012)........... -2,263,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Fingerprint
Fees Account (Item
0820-001-0017)...... -68,015,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Firearm Safety
Account (Item 0820-
001-0032)........... -339,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 0820-001-
0044)............... -24,709,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Department of
Justice Sexual
Habitual Offender
Fund (Item 0820-001-
0142)............... -2,245,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Travel Seller
Fund (Item 0820-001-
0158)............... -1,401,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Restitution
Fund (Item 0820-001-
0214)............... -359,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Sexual Predator
Public Information
Account (Item 0820-
001-0256)........... -171,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Indian Gaming
Special
Distribution Fund
(Item 0820-001-
0367)............... -14,359,000
(16) Amount payable from
the False Claims
Act Fund (Item 0820-
001-0378)........... -10,889,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Dealers' Record
of Sale Special
Account (Item 0820-
001-0460)........... -11,251,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Department of
Justice Child Abuse
Fund (Item 0820-
001-0566)........... -377,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Gambling
Control Fund (Item
0820-001-0567)...... -7,706,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Gambling
Control Fines and
Penalties Account
(Item 0820-001-
0569)............... -48,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0820-001-
0890)............... -34,034,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Federal Asset
Forfeiture Account,
Special Deposit
Fund (Item 0820-001-
0942)............... -1,525,000
(23) Amount payable from
the State Asset
Forfeiture Account,
Special Deposit
Fund (Item 0820-011-
0942)............... -565,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Firearms Safety
and Enforcement
Special Fund (Item
0820-001-1008)...... -3,353,000
(25) Amount payable from
the Missing
Persons DNA Data
Base Fund (Item
0820-001-3016)...... -3,354,000
(26) Amount payable from
the Public Rights
Law Enforcement
Special Fund (Item
0820-001-3053)...... -5,858,000
(27) Amount payable from
the DNA
Identification Fund
(Item 0820-001-
3086)............... -74,822,000
(28) Amount payable from
the Unfair
Competition Law
Fund (Item 0820-001-
3087)............... -9,925,000
(29) Amount payable from
the Registry of
Charitable Trusts
Fund (Item 0820-001-
3088)............... -2,933,000
(30) Amount payable from
the Legal Services
Revolving Fund
(Item 0820-001-
9731)............... -175,742,000
(31) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 0820-001-
9740)............... -3,090,000
Provisions:
1. The Attorney General shall
submit to the Legislature, the
Director of Finance, and the
Governor the quarterly and
annual reports that he or she
submits to the federal
government on the activities of
the Medi-Cal Fraud Unit.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Department
of Justice may purchase or lease
vehicles of any type or class
that, in the judgment of the
Attorney General or his or her
designee, are necessary to the
performance of the investigatory
and enforcement responsibilities
of the Department of Justice,
from the funds appropriated for
that purpose in this item.
3. Of the amount included in
Schedule (3), $3,000,000 is
available for costs related to
the Lloyd's of London
(Stringfellow) litigation. Any
funds not expended for this
specific purpose as of June 30,
2012, shall revert immediately
to the General Fund.


0820-001-0012--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Attorney General
Antitrust Account......................... 2,263,000


0820-001-0017--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Fingerprint Fees
Account, pursuant to subdivision (e) of
Section 11105 of the Penal Code............ 68,015,000
Provisions:
1. The Attorney General may
augment the amount
appropriated in the
Fingerprint Fees Account up to
an aggregate of 10 percent
above the amount approved in
this act for the Division of
Criminal Justice Information
Services for unanticipated
workload associated with this
fund. The Attorney General
shall notify the chairpersons
of the budget committees of
both houses of the
Legislature, the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the Department of Finance
within 15 days after the
augmentation is made as to the
amount and justification of
the augmentation.


0820-001-0032--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Firearm Safety
Account................................... 339,000


0820-001-0044--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund........ 24,709,000


0820-001-0142--For support of Department of
Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-0001,
payable from the Department of Justice
Sexual Habitual Offender Fund............... 2,245,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


0820-001-0158--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Travel Seller Fund. 1,401,000


0820-001-0214--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Restitution Fund... 359,000


0820-001-0256--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Sexual Predator
Public Information Account................ 171,000


0820-001-0367--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Indian Gaming
Special Distribution Fund................. 14,359,000


0820-001-0378--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the False Claims Act
Fund...................................... 10,889,000


0820-001-0460--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Dealers' Record of
Sale Special Account....................... 11,251,000
Provisions:
1. Dealers' Record of Sale fees
collected pursuant to the
state law for the registration
of assault weapons shall not
exceed $20 per registrant.
2. The Attorney General may
augment the amount
appropriated in the Dealers'
Record of Sale Special Account
up to an aggregate of 10
percent above the amount
approved in this act for the
Division of Law Enforcement,
Bureau of Firearms for
unanticipated workload
associated with this fund. The
Attorney General shall notify
the chairpersons of the budget
committees of both houses of
the Legislature, the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the Department of Finance
within 15 days after the
augmentation is made as to the
amount and justification of
the augmentation.


0820-001-0566--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Department of
Justice Child Abuse Fund.................. 377,000


0820-001-0567--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Gambling Control
Fund...................................... 7,706,000


0820-001-0569--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Gambling Control
Fines and Penalties Account............... 48,000


0820-001-0890--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 34,034,000


0820-001-0942--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Federal Asset
Forfeiture Account, Special Deposit Fund.. 1,525,000


0820-001-1008--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Firearms Safety
and Enforcement Special Fund.............. 3,353,000


0820-001-3016--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Missing Persons
DNA Data Base Fund........................ 3,354,000


0820-001-3053--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Public Rights Law
Enforcement Special Fund.................. 5,858,000


0820-001-3086--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the DNA Identification
Fund...................................... 74,822,000


0820-001-3087--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Unfair Competition
Law Fund.................................. 9,925,000


0820-001-3088--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Registry of
Charitable Trusts Fund.................... 2,933,000


0820-001-9731--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Legal Services
Revolving Fund............................. 175,742,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 28.00,
the Attorney General may
augment the amount
appropriated in the Legal
Services Revolving Fund up to
an aggregate of 15 percent
above the amount approved in
this act for the Division of
Legal Services in cases where
the legal representation needs
of client agencies are secured
by an interagency agreement or
letter of commitment and the
corresponding expenditure
authority has not been
provided in this item. The
Attorney General shall notify
the chairpersons of the budget
committees of both houses of
the Legislature, the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the Department of Finance
within 15 days after the
augmentation is made as to the
amount and justification of
the augmentation, and the
program that has been
augmented.


0820-001-9740--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund........................ 3,090,000


0820-003-3086--For support of Department of
Justice, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the DNA
Identification Fund.......................... 4,091,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 4,092,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


0820-011-0017--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Fingerprint Fees
Account, to the General Fund as a loan..... (24,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be
repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer. Repayment shall be
made so as to ensure that the
programs supported by the
Fingerprint Fees Account are
not adversely affected by the
loan through reduction in
services or through increased
fees.


0820-011-0460--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Dealers' Record of Sale
Special Account, to the General Fund as a
loan....................................... (11,500,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be
repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer. Repayment shall be
made so as to ensure that the
programs supported by the
Dealers' Record of Sale
Special Account are not
adversely affected by the loan
through reduction in services
or through increased fees.


0820-011-0942--For support of Department
of Justice, for payment to Item 0820-001-
0001, payable from the State Asset
Forfeiture Account, Special Deposit Fund.. 565,000


0820-011-1008--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Firearms Safety and
Enforcement Special Fund, to the General (4,900,00
Fund as a loan............................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be repaid
with interest calculated at the
rate earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the
time of the transfer. Repayment
shall be made so as to ensure
that the programs supported by
the Firearms Safety and
Enforcement Special Fund are
not adversely affected by the
loan through reduction in
services or through increased
fees.


0820-011-3016--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Missing Persons DNA Data (4,000,00
Base Fund, to the General Fund as a loan..... 0)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be repaid
with interest calculated at the
rate earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the
time of the transfer. Repayment
shall be made so as to ensure
that the programs supported by
the Missing Persons DNA Data
Base Fund are not adversely
affected by the loan through
reduction in services or
through increased fees.


0820-011-3088--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Registry of Charitable (2,700,00
Trusts Fund to the General Fund as a loan.... 0)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be repaid
with interest calculated at the
rate earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the
time of the transfer. Repayment
shall be made so as to ensure
that the programs supported by
the Registry of Charitable
Trusts Fund are not adversely
affected by the loan through
reduction in services or
through increased fees.


0820-015-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Legal Services Revolving
Fund for legal services provided to small
clients of the Department of Justice......... 1,500,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Division of Legal
Services................... 1,500,000
Provisions:
1. The Department of Justice shall
provide a projection of 2011-12
legal services hours for small
clients to the Department of Finance
no later than April 15, 2012. This
information shall include the total
number of attorney and paralegal
hours projected to be expended for
each departmental client during 2011-
12.
2. There is hereby appropriated
from each fund, other than the
General Fund, an amount sufficient
for payment of legal services
provided by the Department of
Justice during the 2011-12 fiscal
year. Upon receipt of the report
required by Provision 1, the
Department of Finance shall
determine which items of
appropriation should be augmented to
offset the General Fund
appropriation provided in this item.
3. The Director of Finance shall
augment these appropriations and
order their transfer to the Legal
Services Revolving Fund not sooner
than 30 days after providing written
notification to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee. Any
excess expenditure authority in this
item resulting from the transfers in
this provision shall revert to the
General Fund on June 30, 2012.


0820-101-0214--For local assistance,
Department of Justice, payable from the
Restitution Fund............................. 4,855,000
Schedule:
(1) 50-Law Enforcement......... 4,855,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
shall be allocated to support the
California Witness Protection
Program. Any funds not expended for
this specific purpose shall revert
to the Restitution Fund.


0820-101-0460--For local assistance,
Department of Justice, payable from the
Dealers' Record of Sale Special Account....... 28,000
Schedule:
(1) 50-Law Enforcement.......... 28,000


0820-101-0641--For local assistance,
Department of Justice, payable from the
Domestic Violence Restraining Order
Reimbursement Fund.......................... 1,018,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
shall be expended to reimburse
local law enforcement or other
criminal justice agencies pursuant
to Chapter 707 of the Statutes of
1998.


0840-001-0001--For support of the Controller. 76,397,000
Schedule:
(1) 100000-Personal
Services.............. 114,751,000
(2) 300000-Operating
Expenses and
Equipment............. 104,049,000
(3) Reimbursements........ -56,549,000
(4) Amount payable from
various special and
nongovernmental cost
funds (Section 25.25). -28,442,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Fuel Account,
Transportation Tax
Fund (Item 0840-001-
0061)................. -4,285,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Highway Users Tax
Account,
Transportation
Tax Fund (Item 0840-
001-0062)............. -1,219,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Local Revenue
Fund (Item 0840-001-
0330)................. -616,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0840-001-
0890)................. -1,085,000
(9) Amount payable from
the State Penalty
Fund (Item 0840-001-
0903)................. -1,373,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Unclaimed
Property Fund (Item
0840-001-0970)........ -25,485,000
(11) Amount payable from
various other
unallocated
nongovernmental cost
funds (Retail Sales
Tax Fund) (Item 0840-
001-0988)............. -350,000
(12) Amount payable from
the 2006 State School
Facilities Fund (Item
0840-001-6057)........ -987,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery
Fund (Item 0840-001-
9740)................. -20,305,000
(14) Amount payable from
other unallocated
special funds (Item
0840-011-0494)........ -95,000
(15) Amount payable from
unallocated bond
funds (Item 0840-011-
0797)................. -636,000
(16) Amount payable from
various other
unallocated
nongovernmental cost
funds (Item 0840-011-
0988)................. -91,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Public
Transportation
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Section 25.50)....... -19,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Highway Users Tax
Account,
Transportation Tax
Fund (Section 25.50).. -305,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
License Fee Account,
Transportation Tax
Fund (Section 25.50).. -17,000
(20) Amount payable from
the DMV Local
Agency Collection
Fund (Section 25.50).. -2,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Trial Court Trust
Fund (Section 25.50).. -174,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Public Safety
Account, Local Public
Safety Fund (Section
25.50)................ -268,000
(23) Amount payable from
the Local Revenue
Fund (Section 25.50).. -100,000
Provisions:
1. The funding provided in Item 0840-
001-0970 shall be in lieu of the
appropriation in Section 1564 of
the Code of Civil Procedure for
all costs, expenses, or
obligations connected with the
administration of the Unclaimed
Property Law, with the exception
of payment of owners' or
holders' claims pursuant to
Section 1540, 1542, 1560, or 1561
of the Code of Civil Procedure, or
of payment of the costs of
compensating contractors for
locating and recovering unclaimed
property due the state.
2. The Controller may, with the
concurrence of the Director of
Finance and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, bill affected state
departments for activities
required by Section 20050 of the
State Administrative Manual,
relating to the administration of
federal pass-through funds.
No billing may be sent to
affected departments sooner than
30 days after the chairperson of
the joint committee has been
notified by the director that he
or she concurs with the amounts
specified in the billings.
3. (a) Notwithstanding
subdivision (b) of Section
1531 of the Code of Civil
Procedure, the Controller
may publish notice in any
manner that the Controller
determines reasonable,
provided that (1) none of
the moneys used for this
purpose is redirected from
funding for the
Controller's audit
activities, (2) no
photograph is used in the
publication of notice, and
(3) no elected official's
name is used in the
publication of notice.
(b) No funds appropriated in
this act may be expended
by the Controller to
provide general
information to the public,

other than holders (as
defined in subdivision (e)
of Section 1501 of the
Code of Civil Procedure)
of unclaimed property,
concerning the unclaimed
property program or
possible existence of
unclaimed property held by
the Controller's office,
except for informational
announcements to the news
media, through the
exchange of information on
electronic bulletin
boards, or no more than
$50,000 per year to inform
the public about this
program in activities
already organized by the
Controller for other
purposes. This restriction
does not apply to sending
individual notices to
property owners (as
required by the Code of
Civil Procedure).
4. Of the moneys appropriated to the
Controller in this act, the
Controller shall not expend more
than $500,000 to conduct
posteligibility fraud audits of
the Supplemental Security
Income/State Supplementary Payment
Program.
5. The Commission on State Mandates
shall provide, in applicable
parameters and guidelines, as
follows:
(a) If a local agency or
school district contracts
with an independent
contractor for the
preparation and submission
of reimbursement claims,
the costs reimbursable by
the state for that purpose
shall not exceed the
lesser of (1) 10 percent
of the amount of the
claims prepared and
submitted by the
independent contractor or
(2) the actual costs that
would necessarily have
been incurred for that
purpose if performed by
employees of the local
agency or school
district.
(b) The maximum amount of
reimbursement provided in
subdivision (a) may be
exceeded only if the local
agency or school district
establishes, by
appropriate documentation,
that the preparation and
submission of these claims
could not have been
accomplished without
incurring the additional
costs claimed by the local
agency or school district.
6. The funds appropriated to the
Controller in this item may not be
expended for any performance
review or performance audit except
pursuant to specific statutory
authority. It is the intent of the
Legislature that audits conducted
by the Controller, or under the
direction of the Controller,
shall be fiscal audits that focus
on claims and disbursements, as
provided for in Section 12410 of
the Government Code. Any report,
audit, analysis, or evaluation
issued by the Controller for the
current fiscal year shall cite the
specific statutory or
constitutional provision
authorizing the preparation and
release of the report, audit,
analysis, or evaluation.
7. The Controller shall deliver his
or her monthly report on General
Fund cash receipts and
disbursements within 10 days after
the close of each month to the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, the fiscal committees
of each house of the Legislature,
the Department of Finance, the
Treasurer's office, and the
Legislative Analyst's Office.
8. The Controller shall provide to
the Department of Finance, the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, and
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature a report that provides
the following details by mandate:
the level of claims requested, the
amount reduced by the initial desk
audit, the amount paid, the amount
recouped, and the results of a
final audit and subsequent funding
adjustments. The report is due on
June 30 of the current fiscal
year, and will cover the fourth
quarter of the past fiscal year
and the first three quarters of
the current fiscal year.
9. The Controller's estimate of the
state's liability for other
postemployment benefits prepared
to comply with Governmental
Accounting Standards Board (GASB)
Statement 45 shall include, in
addition to all other items
required under the accounting
statement: (a) an identification
and explanation of any significant
differences in actuarial
assumptions or methodology from
any relevant similar types of
assumptions or methodology used by
the Public Employees' Retirement
System to estimate state pension
obligations and (b) alternative
calculations of the state's
liability for other postemployment
benefits using different long-term
rates of investment return
consistent with a hypothetical
assumption that the state will
begin to deposit 100 percent or a
lesser percent, respectively, of
its annual required contribution
under GASB Statement 45 to a
retiree health and dental benefits
trust fund. This provision shall
not obligate the state to change
the practice of funding health and
dental benefits for annuitants
currently required under state law.
10. The funds appropriated to the
Controller in this item may not be
expended on additional actuarial
valuations, beyond the annual
actuarial valuation, for other
postemployment benefits, prior to
obtaining concurrence in writing
from the Department of Finance.
The additional actuarial
valuations shall only be performed
to the extent resources exist, or
if funds are provided by the
requesting agency.
11. The Controller shall provide the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of the
Legislature a report on the Human
Resources Management System
specifying the dollars expended on
the program in the previous fiscal
year and over the life of the
program and any known savings that
have occurred in the prior fiscal
year, to be submitted annually
but no later than August 30 of
each year. The report should
compare the known savings with the
most recent estimate of projected
savings and explain the
methodology by which the savings
were calculated.
12. The Controller shall deliver
yearend financial data as
specified by the Department of
Finance, for the immediately
preceding fiscal year, in hard
copy and electronic format, by
October 15 of each year and
periodically as requested by the
Department of Finance. This
information is necessary for the
Department of Finance to determine
the proper beginning balance of
the current fiscal year for
budgetary purposes.
13. In the event new postage rates
are adopted by the United States
Postal Service, but not in time
for inclusion in the 2011-12 May
Revision, and the Controller's
office notifies the Department of
Finance with its estimates of the
increased postage costs within 15
calendar days of the adoption of
new rates, the Director of Finance
may authorize expenditures in
excess of the amount appropriated
in this item by an amount
necessary to fund the postage
increase. This authorization shall
occur not less than 15 days after
the Department of Finance notifies
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee.
14. Notwithstanding the provisions of
Item 9840-001-0494 and Item 9840-
001-0988, the Department of
Finance may adjust the amounts
authorized under Section 25.25,
consistent with the funding
schedule included in the most
recently approved Special Project
Report for the 21st Century
Project. No adjustments shall be
made pursuant to this provision
prior to a 30-day notification in
writing to the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee
and the chairpersons of the
committees of each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations.


0840-001-0061--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle Fuel
Account, Transportation Tax Fund.......... 4,285,000


0840-001-0062--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the Highway Users Tax
Account, Transportation Tax Fund.......... 1,219,000


0840-001-0330--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the Local Revenue Fund. 616,000


0840-001-0890--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 1,085,000


0840-001-0903--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the State Penalty Fund. 1,373,000


0840-001-0970--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the Unclaimed Property
Fund...................................... 25,485,000


0840-001-0988--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from various other
unallocated nongovernmental cost funds
(Retail Sales Tax Fund)................... 350,000


0840-001-6057--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the 2006 State School
Facilities Fund........................... 987,000


0840-001-9740--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund........................ 20,305,000


0840-005-0001--For support of the
Controller.................................. 317,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act
item for support of the Controller
may be augmented to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services. No augmentation shall be
made sooner than 30 days after the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee
has been notified in writing.


0840-011-0494--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from other unallocated
special funds............................... 95,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures in excess of
the amount appropriated in this
item not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


0840-011-0797--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from unallocated bond funds... 636,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures in excess of
the amount appropriated in this
item not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


0840-011-0988--For support of the
Controller, for payment to Item 0840-001-
0001, payable from various other
unallocated nongovernmental cost funds...... 91,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures in
excess of the amount appropriated
in this item not sooner than 30
days after notification in writing
of the necessity therefor is
provided to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees of each house of
the Legislature and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


0840-101-0979--For allocation by the
Controller from the California Firefighters'
Memorial Fund................................. 500,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are to be allocated as follows:
(a) To the Franchise Tax Board and
Controller for reimbursement of
costs incurred in connection with
duties under Article 9
(commencing with Section 18801)
of Chapter 3 of Part 10.2 of
Division 2 of the Revenue and
Taxation Code.
(b) To the California Fire Foundation
the balance in the fund for the
construction of a memorial as
authorized in that article.


0845-001-0217--For support of Department
of Insurance, payable from the Insurance
Fund...................................... 169,240,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Regulation of
Insurance Companies
and Insurance
Producers........... 71,424,000
(2) 12-Consumer
Protection.......... 50,413,000
(3) 20-Fraud Control.... 45,789,000
(4) 30-General Fund Tax
Collection and
Audit............... 1,864,000
(5) 50.01-
Administration...... 31,550,000
(6) 50.02-Distributed
Administration...... -31,550,000
(7) Reimbursements...... -250,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, the Controller shall
transfer one-half of $4,938,000
upon passage of the Budget Act
and the remaining half on
January 1, 2012, to the
California Department of Aging
for support of the Health
Insurance Counseling and
Advocacy Program.
2. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, the Controller shall
transfer $314,000 upon passage
of the Budget Act and upon order
of the Director of Finance, an
additional amount up to $314,000
shall be transferred on or after
January 1, 2012, to the State
and Consumer Services Agency for
support of the Office of the
Insurance Advisor, to provide
assistance to the Governor on
insurance-related matters. The
second transfer shall be
initiated by the State and
Consumer Services Agency. The
unencumbered balance, as
determined by the State and
Consumer Services Agency for the
2011-12 fiscal year, shall
revert to the Insurance Fund.


0845-101-0217--For local assistance,
Department of Insurance, payable from the
Insurance Fund................................ 55,391,000
Schedule:
(1) 12-Consumer Protection. 1,500,000
(2) 20-Fraud Control....... 53,891,000


0850-001-0562--For support of the
California State Lottery Commission, for
payment of expenses of the lottery,
including all costs incurred in the
operation and administration of the
lottery, payable from the State Lottery
Fund..................................... (408,000,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the
California State Lottery
Commission shall submit to the
Department of Finance, the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, and the budget
committees of the Legislature,
all of the following:
(a) In conjunction with
submission of the
commission's quarterly
financial statements, a
report comparing
estimated
administrative costs to
budgeted administrative
costs for the 2012-13
fiscal year. The
reports shall be in
sufficient detail that
they may be used for
legislative review
purposes and for
sustaining a thorough
ongoing review of the
expenditures of the
California State
Lottery Commission.
These reports shall
include a reporting of
the lottery sales
revenues and shall
detail any
administrative funding
that is used to
supplement the prize
pool of any lottery
game.
(b) No later than January
10, 2012, a copy of the
proposed administrative
budget for the
California State
Lottery Commission for
the 2011-12 fiscal year
that is included in the
Governor's Budget.
(c) No later than June 1,
2012, a copy of the
proposed administrative
budget and expected
sales revenue for the
California State
Lottery Commission for
the 2012-13 fiscal year
that is submitted to
the California State
Lottery Commission's
Budget Committee. This
report shall detail any
administrative funding
that is proposed to be
used to supplement the
prize pool of any
lottery game.
(d) No later than June 30,
2012, the final 2012-13
budget and revenue
projections approved by
the California State
Lottery Commission. The
report shall include
any approved revision,
and supporting documen-
tation, to the June 1,
2012, proposed budget.
The report shall detail
any administrative
funding that is
proposed to be used to
supplement the prize
pool of any lottery
game.


0855-001-0367--For support of California
Gambling Control Commission, payable from
the Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund.. 8,596,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Gambling
Control Commission......... 8,596,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of
Section 12716 of the Government
Code, for funds authorized by
Chapter 719 of the Statutes of 2010,
the Controller is authorized to
allocate Indian Gaming Special
Distribution Fund grants to a county
that submits an annual report after
the October 1 deadline but prior to
July 1, 2011.


0855-001-0567--For support of California
Gambling Control Commission, payable from the
Gambling Control Fund......................... 3,170,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Gambling
Control Commission...... 3,170,000


0855-011-0567--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Gambling Control Fund to
the General Fund as a loan................. (19,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount transferred in this
item is a loan to the General
Fund. This loan shall be
repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer. Repayment shall be
made so as to ensure that the
programs supported by the
Gambling Control Fund are not
adversely affected by the loan
through reduction in services
or through increased fees.


0855-101-0366--For local assistance,
California Gambling Control Commission,
payable from the Indian Gaming Revenue
Sharing Trust Fund......................... 96,500,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item are for distribution to
noncompact tribes pursuant to
Section 12012.90 of the
Government Code.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director
of Finance may authorize
expenditures for purposes of
this item in excess of the
amount appropriated in this
item. The Director of Finance
may not approve any
expenditure unless the
approval is made in writing
and filed with the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations not later than
30 days prior to the effective
date of approval, or prior to
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.
3. As part of any request to
augment this item, the
California Gambling Control
Commission shall provide the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
and the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of
the Legislature that consider
appropriations a report
identifying (a) the
methodology for determining a
noncompact tribe, (b) a list
of the noncompact tribes
identified based on the
commission's methodology, (c)
a trust fund condition report
including the amount of
revenue received from each
compact tribe, and (d) the
amount of funds to be
distributed to each noncompact
tribe. Upon receiving
additional expenditure
authority for distributing
funds under the trust fund,
the commission shall submit
that information to the
chairpersons of the committees
on a quarterly basis
concurrent with the
distribution of the funds to
the noncompact tribes.


0855-111-0367--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Indian Gaming Special
Distribution Fund, to the Indian Gaming
Revenue Sharing Trust Fund................. (50,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount of any transfer
ordered by the Director of
Finance pursuant to this item
shall be the minimum amount
necessary to allow the Indian
Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust
Fund to distribute the
quarterly payments described
in Section 12012.90 of the
Government Code and meet its
other expenditure
requirements. Any remaining
portion of the amount
authorized to be transferred
pursuant to this item shall
remain in the Indian Gaming
Special Distribution Fund.
2. The Legislature finds and
declares that the amount
authorized in this item is
expected to be sufficient to
allow the Indian Gaming
Revenue Sharing Trust Fund to
distribute the quarterly

payments described in Section
12012.90 of the Government
Code during the 2011-12 fiscal
year. Accordingly, the
California Gambling Control
Commission, acting for this
purpose as the state gaming
agency under various tribal-
state compacts, shall not
direct any funds to the Indian
Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust
Fund pursuant to Section
4.3.1(l) of the amended tribal-
state compacts with the
Morongo Band of Mission
Indians, the Pechanga Band of
Luiseno Indians, and the San
Manuel Band of Mission
Indians, Section 4.3.1(k) of
the tribal-state compact with
the Shingle Springs Band of
Miwok Indians, and similar
sections of any compacts or
amended compacts ratified by
the Legislature.
3. The Chairperson of the
California Gambling Control
Commission shall immediately
submit a report to the
Director of Finance, the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the Legislative Analyst if
he or she determines that the
Indian Gaming Revenue Sharing
Trust Fund will not have
sufficient funds to distribute
the quarterly payments
described in Section 12012.90
of the Government Code
during the 2011-12 fiscal year
after consideration of the
funds authorized for transfer
by this item. No earlier than
15 days after submission of
that report, the California
Gambling Control Commission
may direct funds to the Indian
Gaming Revenue Sharing Trust
Fund, notwithstanding the
requirements of Provision 2.


0860-001-0001--For support of State Board
of Equalization........................... 277,403,000
Schedule:
(1) 100000-Personal
Services............ 364,943,000
(2) 300000-Operating
Expenses and
Equipment........... 125,181,000
(3) Reimbursements...... -143,051,000
(4) Amount payable from
the General Fund--
Billable Legal
Services Conversion
(Item 0860-005-
0001)............... -1,994,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Breast Cancer
Fund (Item 0860-001-
0004)............... -772,000
(6) Amount payable from
the State Emergency
Telephone Number
Account (Item 0860-
001-0022)........... -1,546,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Fuel Account,
Transportation Tax
Fund (Item 0860-001-
0061)............... -23,973,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Occupational
Lead Poisoning
Prevention Account
(Item 0860-001-
0070)............... -750,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Childhood Lead
Poisoning
Prevention Fund
(Item 0860-001-
0080)............... -520,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
0860-001-0230)...... -9,604,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Oil Spill
Prevention and
Administration Fund
(Item 0860-001-
0320)............... -268,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Integrated
Waste Management
Account, Integrated
Waste Management
Fund (Item 0860-001-
0387)............... -485,000
(13) Amount payable
from the
Underground Storage
Tank Cleanup Fund
(Item 0860-001-
0439)............... -3,218,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Energy
Resources Programs
Account (Item 0860-
001-0465)........... -258,000
(15) Amount payable from
the California
Children and
Families First
Trust Fund (Item
0860-001-0623)...... -16,851,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0860-001-
0890)............... -453,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Timber Tax Fund
(Item 0860-001-
0965)............... -2,356,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Gas Consumption
Surcharge Fund
(Item 0860-001-
3015)............... -677,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Water Rights
Fund (Item 0860-001-
3058)............... -437,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Electronic
Waste and
Recovery and
Recycling Account
(Item 0860-001-
3065)............... -4,720,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Compliance Fund
(Item 0860-001-
3067)............... -788,000
Provisions:
1. It is the intent of the
Legislature that all funds
appropriated to the State Board
of Equalization for processing
tax returns, auditing, and
collecting owed tax amounts
shall be used in a manner
consistent with the board's
authorized budget and with the
documents that were presented to
the Legislature for its review
in support of that budget. The
State Board of Equalization
shall not reduce expenditures or
redirect funding or personnel
resources away from direct
auditing or collection
activities without prior
approval of the Director of
Finance. The director shall not
approve any such reduction or
redirection sooner than 30 days
after providing notification to
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee. No such position may
be transferred from the
organizational unit to which it
was assigned in the 2010-11
Governor's Budget and the
Salaries and Wages Supplement as
revised by legislative actions
without the approval of the
Director of Finance.
Furthermore, the board shall
expeditiously fill budgeted
positions consistent with the
funding provided in this act.


0860-001-0004--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Breast Cancer
Fund........................................ 772,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 30461.6 of
the Revenue and Taxation Code, or
any other provision of law,
sufficient funds to cover the costs
of the State Board of Equalization
for the collection and enforcement
of fees to be deposited in the
Breast Cancer Fund shall be
retained in the fund, and be
available to be appropriated to the
board.


0860-001-0022--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the State
Emergency Telephone Number Account........ 1,546,000


0860-001-0061--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Fuel Account, Transportation Tax Fund..... 23,973,000


0860-001-0070--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Occupational
Lead Poisoning Prevention Account........... 750,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified by
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


0860-001-0080--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Childhood Lead
Poisoning Prevention Fund................... 520,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified by
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


0860-001-0230--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 9,604,000


0860-001-0320--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Oil Spill
Prevention and Administration Fund........ 268,000


0860-001-0387--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Integrated Waste
Management Account, Integrated Waste
Management Fund............................. 485,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified by
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


0860-001-0439--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Underground
Storage Tank Cleanup Fund................... 3,218,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


0860-001-0465--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Energy
Resources Programs Account................ 258,000


0860-001-0623--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the California
Children and Families Trust Fund.......... 16,851,000


0860-001-0890--For support of the State
Board of Equalization, for payment to
Item 0860-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 453,000


0860-001-0965--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Timber Tax
Fund...................................... 2,356,000


0860-001-3015--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Gas
Consumption Surcharge Fund................ 677,000


0860-001-3058--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Water Rights
Fund...................................... 437,000


0860-001-3065--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Electronic
Waste and Recovery and Recycling Account.. 4,720,000


0860-001-3067--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
001-0001, payable from the Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Compliance Fund.......... 788,000


0860-005-0001--For support of State Board
of Equalization, for payment to Item 0860-
005-0001, payable from the General Fund--
Billable Legal Services Conversion........ 1,994,000


0890-001-0001--For support of Secretary of
State....................................... 31,037,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Filings and
Registrations......... 49,802,000
(2) 20-Elections.......... 33,776,000
(3) 30-Archives........... 10,865,000
(4) 50.01-Administration
and Technology........ 23,830,000
(5) 50.02-Distributed
Administration and
Technology............ -23,830,000
(6) Reimbursements........ -7,170,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Secretary of
State's Business Fees
Fund (Item 0890-001-
0228)................. -39,056,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 0890-001-
0890)................. -14,681,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Victims of
Corporate Fraud
Compensation Fund
(Item 0890-001-3042).. -2,499,000
Provisions:
1. The Secretary of State may not
expend any special handling fees
authorized by Chapter 999 of the
Statutes of 1999 which are
collected in excess of the cost of
administering those special
handling fees unless specifically
authorized by the Legislature.
2. Of the amounts appropriated in
this item, $14,681,000 shall be
used for operational costs
associated with implementation of
the Help America Vote Act of 2002
(42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.).
3. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, $5,950,000 is available for
preparing, printing, and mailing
the state ballot pamphlet pursuant
to Article 7 (commencing with
Section 9080) of Chapter 1 of
Division 9 of the Elections Code.
Any unexpended funds pursuant to
this provision shall revert to the
General Fund.


0890-001-0228--For support of Secretary
of State, for payment to Item 0890-001-
0001, payable from the Secretary of
State's Business Fees Fund................ 39,056,000


0890-001-0890--For support of Secretary of
State, for payment to Item 0890-001-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund........... 14,681,000
Provisions:
1. Funds shall be expended for the
purposes approved in the Help
America Vote Act of 2002 (42
U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.)
spending plan. The amounts spent
on each activity shall not exceed
the maximum specified in the
spending plan.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, any funds not
needed for an activity authorized
in the Help America Vote Act of
2002 (42 U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et
seq.) spending plan shall not be
redirected to other activities
and are not authorized for
expenditure.
3. The Secretary of State shall
forward to the Department of
Finance, the budget,
appropriations, and policy
committees in each house of the
Legislature that oversee
elections, and the Legislative
Analyst, each year prior to
January 15, until the Statewide
Voter Database is fully
implemented, a report on the
status of all of the following:
(a) Poll Monitoring.
(b) Expected General Fund
exposure for completion
of Help America Vote Act
of 2002 (42 U.S.C. Sec.
15301 et seq.)
compliance, including
expected costs of
administration.
(c) Completion of the VoteCal
database, including
information on the costs
associated with the use
of contractors and
consultants, the names of
the contractors and
consultants used, and the
purposes for which
contractors and
consultants were used.
4. The Department of Finance may
authorize an increase in the
appropriation of this item, up to
the total amount of the program
reserve. Any such approval shall
be accompanied by the approval of
an amended spending plan
submitted by the Secretary of
State providing detailed
justification for the increased
expenses. An approval of an
augmentation or of spending plan
amendments shall not be effective
sooner than 30 days following the
transmittal of the approval to
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.
5. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, any primary
vendor contract for the
development of a new statewide
voter registration database shall
be subject to the notification
and other requirements under
Section 11.00. The validity of
any such contract shall be
contingent upon the appropriation
of funds in future budget acts.
6. Upon notification and approval of
a spending plan pursuant to
Provision 4, the Department of
Finance may authorize the
transfer of amounts from this
item to Item 0890-101-0890 in
order to realign the budget in a
manner that is consistent with
the approved plan.
7. County contracts funded by Help
America Vote Act of 2002 (42
U.S.C. Sec. 15301 et seq.)
federal funds will be available
pursuant to Section 16304.1 of
the Government Code.


0890-001-3042--For support of Secretary
of State, for payment to Item 0890-001-
0001, payable from the Victims of
Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund......... 2,499,000


0890-005-0001--For support of Secretary of
State....................................... 83,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act
item for support of the Secretary
of State may be augmented to
reimburse the Department of Justice
for legal services. No augmentation
shall be made sooner than 30 days
after the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee has been notified in
writing.


0890-101-0890--For local assistance,
Secretary of State, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund.................................... 66,992,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Elections........... 66,992,000
Provisions:
1. The Department of Finance may
authorize an increase in the
appropriation of this item, up to
the total amount of the program
reserve. Any such approval shall be
accompanied by the approval of an
amended spending plan submitted by
the Secretary of State providing
detailed justification for the
increased expenses. An approval of
an augmentation or of spending plan
amendments shall not be effective
sooner than 30 days following the
transmittal of the approval to the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee or not
sooner than whatever lesser time
the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may determine.
2. Upon notification and approval of a
spending plan pursuant to Provision
1, the Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of amounts
from this item to Item 0890-001-
0890 in order to realign the budget
in a manner that is consistent with
the approved plan.
3. County contracts funded by Help
America Vote Act of 2002 (42 U.S.C.
Sec. 15301 et seq.) federal funds
will be available pursuant to
Section 16304.1 of the Government
Code.


0950-001-0001--For support of the Treasurer. 4,721,000
Schedule:
(1) 100000-Personal
Services.............. 20,492,000
(2) 300000-Operating
Expenses and
Equipment............. 6,936,000
(3) Reimbursements........ -20,354,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 0950-001-9740).. -2,353,000
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
authorize a loan from the General
Fund, in an amount not to exceed
the level of reimbursements
appropriated in Schedule (3) to
the Treasurer's office, provided
that:
(a) The loan is to meet cash
needs resulting from a
delay in receipt of
reimbursements.
(b) The loan is short term,
and shall be repaid within
two months.
(c) Interest charges may be
waived pursuant to
subdivision (e) of Section
16314 of the Government
Code.
(d) The Director of Finance
shall not approve the loan
unless the approval is
made in writing and filed
with the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the
committees in each house
of the Legislature that
consider appropriations
not later than 30 days
prior to the effective
date of the approval, or
not sooner than whatever
lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.
(e) At the end of the two-
month term of the loan,
the Treasurer's office
shall notify the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee whether the
Treasurer's office has
repaid the loan pursuant
to subdivision (b).


0950-001-9740--For support of the
Treasurer, for payment to Item 0950-001-
0001, payable from the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund........................ 2,353,000


0954-001-0001--For support of the
Scholarshare Investment Board, in accordance
with Article 20.5 (commencing with Section
69999.6) of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3
of the Education Code........................ 440,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Governor's Scholarship
Programs................... 440,000
Provisions:
1. The Scholarshare Investment Board
shall provide to the appropriate
legislative fiscal committees and
the Department of Finance a report
not later than September 30, 2011,
on the remaining accounts and funds
from the Governor's Scholarship
Program. The report shall include
data on all closed and remaining
open accounts, past and current
monthly award withdrawal amounts,
and the current value of accounts by
award cohort.


0954-001-0564--For support of the
Scholarshare Investment Board, payable from
the Scholarshare Administrative Fund......... 2,458,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Golden State
Scholarshare Trust
Program.................... 2,458,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures for the
Scholarshare Investment Board in
excess of the amount appropriated
not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing is provided
to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the chairperson
of the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each instance
determine.
2. The Scholarshare Investment Board
shall provide to the Department of
Finance, the Legislative Analyst,
and the appropriate budget
subcommittees of the Legislature a
report not later than April 1, 2012,
on the Scholarshare Outreach and
Public Education (SCOPE) program.
The report shall identify the use of
the funds, including the
distribution of funds, specific uses
of the funds, strategies employed to
reach the target demographic, and
the extent to which outreach efforts
were successful in increasing the
number of families saving for higher
education.


0956-001-0171--For support of California
Debt and Investment Advisory Commission,
payable from the California Debt and
Investment Advisory Commission Fund.......... 2,754,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Debt and
Investment Advisory
Commission................. 2,934,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -180,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures for the
California Debt and Investment
Advisory Commission in excess of the
amount appropriated not sooner than
30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor is
provided to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the chairperson
of the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each instance
determine.


0959-001-0169--For support of California
Debt Limit Allocation Committee, payable
from the California Debt Limit Allocation
Committee Fund............................... 1,276,000

Schedule:
(1) 10-California Debt Limit
Allocation Committee....... 1,276,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures for the
California Debt Limit Allocation
Committee in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30 days
after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the chairperson
of the committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance
determine.


0965-001-0215--For support of California
Industrial Development Financing Advisory
Commission, payable from the Industrial
Development Fund............................. 258,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Industrial Development
Financing Advisory
Commission................. 333,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -75,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures for the
California Industrial Development
Financing Advisory Commission in
excess of the amount appropriated
not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the chairperson
of the committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance
determine.


0968-001-0448--For support of California Tax
Credit Allocation Committee, payable from
the Occupancy Compliance Monitoring Account,
Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account............ 2,829,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee....... 2,859,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -30,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures for the
California Tax Credit Allocation
Committee in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30 days
after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the chairperson
of the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each instance
determine.


0968-001-0457--For support of California Tax
Credit Allocation Committee, payable from
the Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account........ 2,163,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee....... 2,193,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -30,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures for the
California Tax Credit Allocation
Committee in excess of the
amount appropriated not sooner than
30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor is
provided to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the chairperson
of the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each instance
determine.


0968-011-0448--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Occupancy Compliance
Monitoring Account, Tax Credit Allocation
Fee Account, to the General Fund as a loan. (22,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The transfer made by this item
is a loan to the General Fund
that shall be fully repaid by
June 30, 2014. This loan shall
be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer. The Controller
shall, within 15 working days
of receipt of written
notification from the
Department of Finance,
transfer from the General Fund
to the Occupancy Compliance
Monitoring Account, Tax Credit
Allocation Fee Account the
full amount of the loan or
increments thereof as
requested by the Department of
Finance. It is the intent of
the Legislature that repayment
be made so as to ensure that
current and newly authorized
programs supported by this
fund are fully and timely
implemented as approved by the
voting members of the
California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee. It is
also the intent of the
Legislature that repayment be
made so as to ensure
compliance with federal and
state statutes or
requirements. Accordingly, the
Department of Finance shall,
within 30 days of receipt of
written notification
documenting the need of the
loan repayment from the
California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee, provide
written notification to the
Controller notifying the
Controller of the amount to be
transferred from the General
Fund to the Occupancy
Compliance Monitoring Account,
Tax Credit Allocation Fee
Account.


0968-011-0457--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Tax Credit Allocation
Fee Account, to the General Fund as a loan. (13,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The transfer made by this item
is a loan to the General Fund
that shall be fully repaid by
June 30, 2014. This loan shall
be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of the transfer. The
Controller shall, within 15
working days of receipt of
written notification from the
Department of Finance,
transfer from the General Fund
to the Tax Credit Allocation
Fee Account the full amount of
the loan or increments thereof
as requested by the Department
of Finance. It is the intent
of the Legislature that
repayment be made so as to
ensure that current and newly
authorized programs supported
by this fund are fully and
timely implemented as approved
by the voting members of the
California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee. It is
also the intent of the
Legislature that repayment be
made so as to ensure
compliance with federal and
state statutes or
requirements. Accordingly, the
Department of Finance shall,
within 30 days of receipt of
written notification
documenting the need of the
loan repayment from the
California Tax Credit
Allocation Committee, provide
written notification to the
Controller notifying the
Controller of the amount to be
transferred from the General
Fund to the Tax Credit
Allocation Fee Account.


0971-001-0528--For support of California
Alternative Energy and Advanced
Transportation Financing Authority, payable
from the California Alternative Energy
Authority Fund............................... 1,612,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Alternative
Energy and Advanced
Transportation Financing
Authority.................. 1,612,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures for the
California Alternative Energy and
Advanced Transportation Financing
Authority in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30 days
after notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the chairperson
of the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each instance
determine.


0977-001-6046--For the support of California
Health Facilities Financing Authority,
payable from the Children's Hospital Fund..... 321,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Children's Hospital
Program..................... 321,000


0977-001-6079--For the support of California
Health Facilities Financing Authority,
payable from the Children's Hospital Bond Act
Fund.......................................... 156,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Children's Hospital
Program..................... 156,000


0985-001-0890--For support of California
School Finance Authority, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund............................ 125,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Charter School
Facilities Program.......... 125,000


0985-001-9734--For support of California
School Finance Authority, payable from the
2004 Charter School Facilities Account, 2004
State School Facilities Fund.................. 598,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Charter School
Facilities Program.......... 598,000


0985-001-9735--For support of California
School Finance Authority, payable from the
2006 Charter School Facilities Account, 2006
State School Facilities Fund.................. 429,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Charter School
Facilities Program.......... 429,000


0985-101-0890--For local assistance,
California School Finance Authority, State
Charter School Facilities Incentive Grant
Program, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund....................................... 20,000,000
Provisions:
1. No charter school receiving
funds under the program
authorized under this
provision shall receive
funding in excess of 75
percent of annual lease costs
through this program or in
combination with any other
source of funding provided in
this or any other act.

STATE AND CONSUMER SERVICES


1100-001-0001--For support of California
Science Center.............................. 17,851,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Education.......... 20,843,000
(2) 20-Exposition Park
Management............ 5,650,000
(3) 30-California African
American Museum....... 2,561,000
(4) 40.01-Administration.. 954,000
(5) 40.02-Distributed
Administration........ -954,000
(6) Unallocated Reduction. -1,660,000
(7) Reimbursements-
Education............. -1,213,000
(8) Reimbursements-
Exposition Park
Management............ -508,000
(9) Reimbursements-
California African
American Museum....... -130,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Exposition Park
Improvement Fund
(Item 1100-001-0267).. -7,692,000
Provisions:
1. The distribution of the
unallocated reduction to the
California African American
Museum cannot exceed $95,000.
2. To generate necessary revenues
for the Exposition Park
Improvement Fund, the Legislature
encourages the California Science
Center to consider parking and
other revenue sources instead of
general admission fees.
3. The amount appropriated in this
item may not be used to fund
positions at the Office of
Exposition Park Management.


1100-001-0267--For support of California
Science Center, for payment to Item 1100-
001-0001, payable from the Exposition Park
Improvement Fund............................ 7,692,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines
and penalties imposed as specified
in Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


1100-003-0001--For support of California
Science Center, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds................................ 2,722,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 2,693,000
(2) Insurance.................. 30,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


1110-001-0024--For support of State Board
of Guide Dogs for the Blind, Program 54,
payable from the Guide Dogs for the Blind
Fund........................................ 187,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0069--For support of the State Board
of Barbering and Cosmetology, payable from
the Barbering and Cosmetology Contingent Fund. 18,234,000
Schedule:
(1) 22-State Board of
Barbering and
Cosmetology............ 18,291,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -57,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


1110-001-0093--For support of Contractors'
State License Board, for payment to Item
1110-001-0735, payable from the
Construction Management Education Account... 178,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines
and penalties imposed as specified
in Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


1110-001-0108--For support of Acupuncture
Board, payable from the Acupuncture Fund..... 2,580,000
Schedule:
(1) 56-Acupuncture Board....... 2,603,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -23,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0175--For support of Medical Board
of California, Registered Dispensing
Opticians, for payment to Item 1110-001-
0758, payable from the Dispensing Opticians
Fund........................................ 315,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0205--For support of Board for
Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors,
Geologists and Geophysicists Program, for
payment to Item 1110-001-0770, payable from
the Geology and Geophysics Fund............. 1,344,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0208--For support of Speech-
Language Pathology and Audiology and
Hearing Aid Dispensers Board, for payment
to Item 1110-001-0376, payable from the
Hearing Aid Dispensers Account of the
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
Fund...................................... 801,000


1110-001-0210--For support of Medical Board
of California, Outpatient Setting, for
payment to Item 1110-001-0758, payable from
the Outpatient Setting Fund of the Medical
Board of California......................... 28,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues
derived from the assessment of
fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18 of
the Government Code.


1110-001-0264--For support of Osteopathic
Medical Board of California, payable from
the Osteopathic Medical Board of California
Contingent Fund.............................. 1,992,000
Schedule:
(1) 70-Osteopathic Medical
Board of California........ 2,045,000
(2) 71-Naturopathic Medicine
Committee.................. 141,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -53,000
(4) Amount payable from the
Naturopathic Doctor's Fund
(Item 1110-001-3069)....... -141,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0280--For support of Physician
Assistant Committee, payable from the
Physician Assistant Fund..................... 1,368,000
Schedule:
(1) 59-Physician Assistant
Committee.................. 1,418,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -50,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0295--For support of California
Board of Podiatric Medicine, payable from
the Board of Podiatric Medicine Fund......... 1,377,000
Schedule:
(1) 61-California Board of
Podiatric Medicine......... 1,381,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -4,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0310--For support of Board of
Psychology, payable from the Psychology Fund. 4,284,000
Schedule:
(1) 62-Board of Psychology..... 4,335,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -51,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0319--For support of Respiratory
Care Board of California, payable from the
Respiratory Care Fund........................ 3,072,000
Schedule:
(1) 64-Respiratory Care Board
of California.......... 3,138,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -66,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0326--For support of State Athletic
Commission, payable from the Athletic
Commission Fund.............................. 2,390,000
Schedule:
(1) 9-State Athletic
Commission................. 2,613,000
(2) Amount payable from the
Boxers' Pension Fund (Item
1110-002-9250)............. -103,000
(3) Amount payable from the
State Athletic Commission
Neurological Examination
Account (Item 1110-001-
0492)...................... -120,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0376--For support of Speech-
Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing
Aid Dispensers Board, payable from the
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Fund. 781,000
Schedule:
(1) 65-Speech-Language
Pathology and Audiology
and Hearing Aid Dispensers
Board...................... 1,615,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -33,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Hearing Aid Dispensers
Account (Item 1110-001-
0208)...................... -801,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0492--For support of State
Athletic Commission, for payment to Item
1110-001-0326, payable from the State
Athletic Commission Neurological
Examination Account......................... 120,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0704--For support of California
Board of Accountancy, payable from the
Accountancy Fund, Professions and Vocations
Fund.......................................... 11,156,000
Schedule:
(1) 3-California Board
of Accountancy......... 11,452,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -296,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0706--For support of California
Architects Board, payable from the
California Architects Board Fund............. 3,634,000
Schedule:
(1) 06.02.020-Distributed
Cost-Architects/Landscape
Architects................. -26,000
(2) 06.10.010-California
Architects Board........... 3,665,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -5,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0735--For support of Contractors'
State License Board, payable from the
Contractors' License Fund..................... 59,448,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Contractors' State
License Board.......... 59,979,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -353,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Construction
Management Education
Account (Item 1110-001-
0093).................. -178,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0741--For support of Dental Board of
California, payable from the State Dentistry
Fund.......................................... 11,383,000
Schedule:
(1) 36.10-Dental Board of
California............. 11,666,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -283,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0757--For support of California
Architects Board, Landscape Architect
Technical Committee, Program 06.20, payable
from California Architects Board-Landscape
Architects Fund............................. 1,121,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues
derived from the assessment of
fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18 of
the Government Code.


1110-001-0758--For support of Medical Board
of California, payable from the Contingent
Fund of the Medical Board of California....... 55,116,000
Schedule:
(1) 55.10.010-Medical
Board of
California............. 56,280,000
(2) 55.15-Registered
Dispensing Opticians... 315,000
(3) 55.17-Outpatient
Setting................ 28,000
(4) 55.02.020-Distributed
Medical Board of
California............. -780,000
(5) Reimbursements......... -384,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Dispensing
Opticians Fund (Item
1110-001-0175)......... -315,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Outpatient Setting
Fund of the Medical
Board of California
(Item 1110-001-0210)... -28,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived

from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


1110-001-0759--For support of Physical
Therapy Board of California, payable from
the Physical Therapy Fund.................... 3,191,000
Schedule:
(1) 58-Physical Therapy Board
of California.............. 3,290,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -99,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0761--For support of Board of
Registered Nursing, payable from the Board of
Registered Nursing Fund, Professions and
Vocations Fund................................ 28,228,000
Schedule:
(1) 78-Board of
Registered Nursing..... 29,242,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -1,014,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


1110-001-0763--For support of State Board of
Optometry, payable from the Optometry Fund,
Professions and Vocations Fund............... 1,568,000
Schedule:
(1) 69-State Board of
Optometry.................. 1,574,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -6,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0767--For support of California
State Board of Pharmacy, payable from the
Pharmacy Board Contingent Fund, Professions
and Vocations Fund............................ 14,197,000
Schedule:
(1) 72-California State
Board of Pharmacy...... 14,448,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -251,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified
in Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


1110-001-0770--For support of Board for
Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors,
payable from the Professional Engineers' and
Land Surveyors' Fund........................... 9,414,000
Schedule:
(1) 75.10-Board for
Professional Engineers
and Land Surveyors...... 9,498,000
(2) 75.20-Geologists and
Geophysicists Program... 1,344,000
(3) 75.02.020-Distributed
Board for Professional
Engineers and Land
Surveyors............... -68,000
(4) Reimbursements.......... -16,000
(5) Amount payable from the
Geology and Geophysics
Fund (Item 1110-001-
0205)................... -1,344,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0771--For support of Court
Reporters Board of California, payable from
the Court Reporters' Fund.................... 782,000
Schedule:
(1) 81-Court Reporters Board
of California.............. 800,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -18,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0773--For support of Board of
Behavioral Sciences, payable from the
Behavioral Sciences Fund, Professions and
Vocations Fund............................... 7,728,000
Schedule:
(1) 18-Board of Behavioral
Sciences................... 7,778,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -50,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Mental Health Services
Fund (Item 1110-001-3085).. 0
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0777--For support of Veterinary
Medical Board, payable from the Veterinary
Medical Board Contingent Fund................ 2,731,000
Schedule:
(1) 90-Veterinary Medical
Board...................... 2,757,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -26,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0779--For support of Board of
Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric
Technicians of the State of California,
payable from the Vocational Nursing and
Psychiatric Technicians Fund.................. 11,297,000
Schedule:
(1) 91.02.020-Distributed
Vocational Nurses...... -37,000
(2) 91.10.010-Vocational
Nurses Program......... 11,686,000
(3) Reimbursements......... -352,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-0780--For support of Board of
Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric
Technicians of the State of California,
payable from the Psychiatric Technician
Examiners Account, Vocational Nursing and
Psychiatric Technicians Fund................. 2,566,000
Schedule:
(1) 91.20-Psychiatric
Technician Program......... 2,588,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -22,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-3017--For support of California
Board of Occupational Therapy, payable from
the Occupational Therapy Fund................ 1,451,000
Schedule:
(1) 67-California Board of
Occupational Therapy... 1,473,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -22,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-3069--For support of the
Osteopathic Medical Board of California,
Naturopathic Medicine Committee, for
payment to Item 1110-001-0264, payable
from the Naturopathic Doctor's Fund....... 141,000


1110-001-3140--For support of the State
Dental Hygiene Committee, payable from the
State Dental Hygiene Fund.................... 1,088,000
Schedule:
(1) 47-State Dental Hygiene
Committee.................. 1,094,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -6,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-001-3142--For support of the State
Dental Assistant Program, payable from the
State Dental Assistant Fund.................. 1,688,000
Schedule:
(1) 36.30-State Dental
Assistant Program...... 1,704,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -16,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-002-9250--For support of State
Athletic Commission, for payment to Item
1110-001-0326, payable from the Boxers'
Pension Fund................................ 103,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1110-011-0069--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Barbering and
Cosmetology Contingent Fund, to the
General Fund as a loan..................... (11,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $11,000,000 as
a loan to the General Fund.
The Director of Finance shall
order the repayment of all or
a portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or
account from which the loan
was made has a need for the
moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys
in the fund or account that
received the loan. This loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of
transfer.


1110-011-0108--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Acupuncture Fund, to the (5,000,00
General Fund as a loan....................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $5,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or
she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0264--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Osteopathic Medical Board
of California Contingent Fund, to the (1,500,00
General Fund as a loan ...................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,500,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0280--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Physician Assistant Fund, (1,500,00
to the General Fund as a loan................ 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,500,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or
she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0376--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Speech-Language Pathology
and Audiology Fund, to the General Fund as a (1,400,00
loan......................................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,400,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0704--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Accountancy Fund,
Professions and Vocations Fund, to the (1,000,00
General Fund as a loan ...................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0758--For transfer by the
Controller, upon the order of the Director
of Finance, from the Contingent Fund of the
Medical Board of California, to the General (9,000,00
Fund as a loan............................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $9,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or
she determines that either of
the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0759--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Physical Therapy Fund, to (1,500,00
the General Fund as a loan .................. 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,500,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or
she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0761--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Board of Registered
Nursing Fund, Professions and Vocations
Fund, to the General Fund as a loan ....... (15,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $15,000,000 as
a loan to the General Fund.
The Director of Finance shall
order the repayment of all or
a portion of this loan if
he or she determines that
either of the following
circumstances exists: (a) the
fund or account from which the
loan was made has a need for
the moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys
in the fund or account that
received the loan. This loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of
transfer.


1110-011-0763--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the State Optometry Fund,
Professions and Vocations Fund, to the (1,000,00
General Fund as a loan ...................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0770--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Professional Engineers'
and Land Surveyors' Fund, to the General (5,000,00
Fund as a loan .............................. 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $5,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-011-0773--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Behavioral Science
Examiners Fund, Professions and Vocations (3,300,00
Fund, to the General Fund as a loan ......... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $3,300,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or
she determines that either of
the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1110-402--It is recognized that the
healing arts boards within the Department
of Consumer Affairs are incurring
enforcement costs for Attorney General
and Office of Administrative Hearing
services that could have a fiscal impact
beyond the amounts appropriated in their
respective Budget Act items. Therefore,
notwithstanding any other provision of
law, upon the request of the Department
of Consumer Affairs, the Department of
Finance may augment the amount available
for expenditure by up to $200,000 to pay
Attorney General enforcement costs, and
$40,000 to pay Office of Administrative
Hearing enforcement costs. If the
aggregate augmentation amounts exceed
$200,000 for Attorney General enforcement
costs or $40,000 for Office of
Administrative Hearing enforcement costs,
the augmentation may be made not sooner
than 30 days after notification in
writing to the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider appropriations
and the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or no
sooner than whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee may in
each instance determine. The Director of
the Department of Consumer Affairs shall
provide a report on or before March 1,
2012, on actual Attorney General and
Office of Administrative Hearing
augmentations made during the 2011-12
fiscal year, as well as a projection of
future funding needs for the remainder of
the fiscal year. These reports shall be
provided on March 1 of each year
thereafter.


1110-404--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of
Item 1110-011-0704, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), the $10,000,000
loan from the Accountancy Fund to the
General Fund will be repaid upon order of
the Director of Finance, subject to
provisions of Item 1110-011-0704, Budget
Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010),
excluding the specified repayment date.
The Director of Finance shall order the
repayment of all or a portion of this
loan if he or she determines that either
of the following circumstances exists:
(a) the fund or account from which the
loan was made has a need for the moneys,
or (b) there is no longer a need for the
moneys in the fund or account that
received the loan.


1111-002-0166--For support of Arbitration
Certification Program, Department of
Consumer Affairs, payable from the
Certification Account in the Consumer
Affairs Fund................................. 1,107,000
Schedule:
(1) 23-Arbitration
Certification Program...... 1,107,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0239--For support of Bureau of
Security and Investigative Services,
Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from
the Private Security Services Fund............ 10,691,000
Schedule:
(1) 25.10.010-Bureau of
Security and
Investigative
Services, Private
Security Services
Program................ 11,295,000
(2) 25.02.020-Distributed
Private Security
Services............... -104,000
(3) Reimbursements......... -500,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0305--For support of the Bureau for
Private Postsecondary Education, payable
from the Private Postsecondary Education
Administration Fund.......................... 7,368,000
Schedule:
(1) 27.10.010-Bureau for
Private Postsecondary
Education.................. 7,368,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0325--For support of Bureau of
Electronic and Appliance Repair, Home
Furnishings, and Thermal Insulation,
Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from
the Electronic and Appliance Repair Fund....... 3,027,000
Schedule:
(1) 28.10-Electronic and
Appliance Repair
Program................. 3,101,000
(2) 28.20-Home Furnishings
and Thermal Insulation
Program................. 4,741,000
(3) 28.20.020-Distributed
Bureau of Electronic
and Appliance Repair
Program................. -61,000
(4) Reimbursements.......... -18,000
(5) Amount payable from the
Home Furnishings and
Thermal Insulation Fund
(Item 1111-002-0752).... -4,736,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0421--For support of Bureau of
Automotive Repair, Department of Consumer
Affairs, payable from the Vehicle
Inspection and Repair Fund................ 110,764,000
Schedule:
(1) 31.10.016-
Automotive Repair
and Smog Check
Programs............ 110,953,000
(2)
31.02.090-
Distributed
Automotive Repair
and Smog Check
Programs............ -71,000
(3) Reimbursements...... -118,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues
derived from the assessment of
fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18 of
the Government Code.


1111-002-0459--For support of Telephone
Medical Advice Services Bureau, Department
of Consumer Affairs, payable from the
Telephone Medical Advice Services Fund....... 148,000
Schedule:
(1) 37-Telephone Medical
Advice Services Bureau..... 148,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0582--For support of Bureau of
Automotive Repair, Department of Consumer
Affairs, payable from the High Polluter
Repair or Removal Account..................... 43,480,000
Schedule:
(1) 31.20.016-Vehicle
Repair Assistance...... 11,786,000
(2) 31.20.030-Vehicle
Retirement............. 20,221,000
(3) 31.20.040-Program
Administration......... 11,473,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.
2. Notwithstanding Section 26.00, the
Department of Finance may authorize
transfers among and between
Schedules (1) and (2). Any transfer
made pursuant to this provision
shall be reported in writing to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee within 30 days of the
date of the transfer.


1111-002-0702--For support of Department of Consumer
Affairs, payable from the Consumer Affairs Fund,
Professions and Vocations Fund........................ 0
Schedule:
(1) 35.10.025-Division of
Investigation.............. 8,990,000
(2) 35.10.030-DCA Workers'
Compensation............... 4,263,000
(3) 35.10.035-Consumer and
Client Services Division... 58,666,000
(4) 35.02.025-Distributed
Division of Investigation.. -8,990,000
(5) 35.02.030-Distributed DCA
Workers' Compensation...... -4,263,000
(6) 35.02.035-Distributed
Consumer and Client
Services Division.......... -57,835,000
(7) Reimbursements............. -831,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item may
include revenues derived from the
assessment of fines and penalties imposed
as specified in Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.
2. The Department of Consumer Affairs shall
report to the Department of Finance and
the Joint Legislative Budget Committee at
the conclusion of the project, but no
later than October 1, 2013, on the status
of the BreEZe project, including
implementation by healing arts boards,
funding allocations, preliminary usage
information among new and existing
licensees, and a workload analysis for the
positions established to support this
project.
3. In recognition of operational
efficiencies resulting from the
implementation of the BreEZe information
technology project by participating
boards, bureaus, and divisions of the
Department of Consumer Affairs, a
departmentwide budget reduction of
$500,000 (special funds) will be
effectuated in the 2014-15 fiscal year and
ongoing fiscal years. However, to the
extent that additional resources are
needed to protect California consumers,
boards, bureaus, and divisions of the
department may pursue budget augmentations
through the annual budget process.


1111-002-0717--For support of Cemetery and
Funeral Bureau, Department of Consumer
Affairs, payable from the Cemetery Fund,
Professions and Vocations Fund............... 2,323,000
Schedule:
(1) 38.10.005-Cemetery Program. 2,557,000
(2) 38.02.010-Distributed
Cemetery Program........... -115,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -119,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0750--For support of Cemetery and
Funeral Bureau, Department of Consumer
Affairs, payable from the State Funeral
Directors and Embalmers Fund, Professions
and Vocations Fund........................... 1,695,000
Schedule:
(1) 38.20-Funeral Directors
and Embalmers Program...... 1,707,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -12,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0752--For support of Bureau of
Electronic and Appliance Repair, Home
Furnishings, and Thermal Insulation, Home
Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Program,
for payment to Item 1111-002-0325, payable
from the Home Furnishings and Thermal
Insulation Fund............................. 4,736,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-0769--For support of Bureau of
Security and Investigative Services,
Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from
the Private Investigator Fund................ 658,000
Schedule:
(1) 25.20-Private
Investigators Program...... 674,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -16,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-3108--For support of Professional
Fiduciaries Bureau, Department of Consumer
Affairs, payable from the Professional
Fiduciary Fund............................... 308,000
Schedule:
(1) 89-Professional
Fiduciaries Bureau......... 308,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


1111-002-3122--For support of Bureau of
Automotive Repair, Department of Consumer
Affairs, payable from the Enhanced Fleet
Modernization Subaccount in the High Polluter
Repair or Removal Account..................... 41,436,000
Schedule:
(1) 31.30.010-Off-Cycle
Vehicle Retirement..... 35,712,000
(2) 31.30.020-Vehicle
Voucher Program........ 3,250,000
(3) 31.30.030-Enhanced
Program Administration. 2,474,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon request of the
Department of Consumer Affairs, the
Department of Finance may augment
the amount available for
expenditure to pay for additional
off-cycle retirements. The
augmentation may only be made no
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing to the
chairpersons of the committees in
each house of the Legislature that
consider appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or no
sooner than whatever lesser time
the chairperson of the joint
committee may in each instance
determine. The amount of funds
augmented shall be consistent with
actual program participation and
available revenues in the
Enhanced Fleet Modernization
Subaccount.


1111-011-0239--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Private Security Services (4,000,00
Fund, to the General Fund as a loan ......... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $4,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or
she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1111-011-0305--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Private Postsecondary
Education Administration Fund, to the (3,000,00
General Fund as a loan ...................... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $3,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1111-011-0752--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Bureau of Home Furnishings
and Thermal Insulation Fund, to the General (1,500,00
Fund as a loan .............................. 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,500,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1111-011-0769--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Private Investigator Fund, (1,500,00
to the General Fund as a loan ............... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,500,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or
she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account
from which the loan was made
has a need for the moneys, or
(b) there is no longer a need
for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of transfer.


1111-404--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of
Item 1111-011-3122, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), $40,000,000 of
the $60,000,000 loan to the General Fund
will be repaid in fiscal year 2012-13
upon order of the Director of Finance.


1111-490--Reappropriation, Department of
Consumer Affairs. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the balances of the
appropriations provided for in the following
citations are reappropriated for the purpose
of realigning funding for the BreEZe project
and subject to the limitations, unless
otherwise specified, provided for in the
appropriations.
0702-- Consumer Affairs Fund, Professions
and Vocations Fund
(1) $450,000 in Item 1111-002-0702,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch.1, 2009-10 3rd
Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-
10 4th Ex. Sess.)
(1) 35.10.010-- Administrative and
Information Services Division
(5) 35.02.010-- Distributed
Administrative and Information
Services Division
(9) Reimbursements
(2) $750,000 in Item 1111-002-0702,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010).
(3) 35.10.035-- Consumer and Client
Services Division
(6) 35.02.035-- Distributed Consumer
and Client Services Division
(7) Reimbursements


1690-001-0217--For support of Alfred E.
Alquist Seismic Safety Commission, payable
from the Insurance Fund....................... 1,166,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Alfred E. Alquist
Seismic Safety
Commission.................. 1,248,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -82,000


1700-001-0001--For support of Department of
Fair Employment and Housing................... 15,934,000
Schedule:
(1) 50-Administration of
Civil Rights Law....... 21,435,000
(2) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 1700-001-0890)... -5,501,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $507,000 shall be used to
reimburse the Department of General
Services for Information Technology
Services.


1700-001-0890--For support of Department
of Fair Employment and Housing, for
payment to Item 1700-001-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 5,501,000


1700-005-0001--For support of Department of
Fair Employment and Housing................. 266,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act
item for support of the Department
of Fair Employment and Housing may
be augmented to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services. No augmentation shall be
made sooner than 30 days after the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee
has been notified in writing.


1705-001-0001--For support of Fair Employment
and Housing Commission........................ 1,028,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Fair Employment and
Housing Commission.......... 1,196,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -168,000


1730-001-0001--For support of Franchise
Tax Board................................. 541,481,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Tax Programs..... 542,788,000
(2) 30-Political Reform
Audit (1,592,000)... 0
(3) 50-DMV Collections.. 8,676,000
(4) 60-Court
Collections......... 11,539,000
(5) 70-Contract Work.... 14,055,000
(6) 80.01-
Administration...... 28,263,000
(7) 80.02-Distributed
Administration...... -28,263,000
(8) Reimbursements...... -15,053,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 1730-001-
0044)............... -2,991,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
License Fee
Account,
Transportation Tax
Fund (Item 1730-001-
0064)............... -5,620,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Emergency Food
Assistance Program
Fund (Item 1730-001-
0122)............... -6,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Delinquent Tax
Collection Fund
(Section 19378 of
the Revenue and
Taxation Code)...... -404,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Fish and Game
Preservation Fund
(Endangered and
Rare Fish,
Wildlife, and Plant
Species
Conservation and
Enhancement
Account) (Item 1730-
001-0200)........... -14,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Court
Collection Account
(Item 1730-001-
0242)............... -11,399,000
(15) Amount payable from
the State
Children's Trust
Fund (Item 1730-001-
0803)............... -12,000
(16) Amount payable from
the California
Alzheimer's Disease
and Related
Disorders Research
Fund (Item 1730-001-
0823)............... -12,000
(17) Amount payable from
the California
Seniors Special
Fund (Item 1730-001-
0886)............... -4,000
(18) Amount payable from
the California
Breast Cancer
Research Fund (Item
1730-001-0945)...... -7,000
(19) Amount payable from
the California
Peace Officer
Memorial Foundation
Fund (Item 1730-001-
0974)............... -5,000
(20) Amount payable from
the California
Firefighters'
Memorial Fund (Item
1730-001-0979)...... -7,000
(21) Amount payable from
the California Fund
for Senior Citizens
(Item 1730-001-
0983)............... -7,000
(22) Amount payable from
the California
Military Family
Relief Fund (Item
1730-001-8022)...... -6,000
(23) Amount payable from
the California Sea
Otter Fund (Item
1730-001-8047)...... -6,000
(24) Amount payable from
the ALS/Lou
Gehrig's Disease
Research Fund (Item
1730-001-8053)...... -6,000
(25) Amount payable from
the California
Cancer Research
Fund (Item 1730-
001-8054)........... -6,000
(26) Amount payable from
the Municipal
Shelter Spay-Neuter
Fund (Item 1730-001-
8055)............... -6,000
(27) Amount payable from
the California
Ovarian Cancer
Research Fund (Item
1730-001-8056)...... -6,000
Provisions:
1. It is the intent of the
Legislature that all funds
appropriated to the Franchise
Tax Board for processing tax
returns, auditing, and
collecting owed tax amounts
shall be used in a manner
consistent with both the
board's authorized budget and
the documents that were
presented to the Legislature
for its review in support of
that budget. The Franchise Tax
Board shall not reduce
expenditures or redirect
funding or personnel resources
away from direct auditing or
collection activities without
prior approval of the Director
of Finance. The director shall
not approve any such reduction
or redirection sooner than 30
days after providing
notification to the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee. No such position may
be transferred from the
organizational unit to which it
was assigned in the 2011-12
Governor's Budget and the
Salaries and Wages Supplement
as revised by legislative
actions without the approval of
the Department of Finance.
Furthermore, the board shall
expeditiously fill budgeted
positions consistent with the
funding provided in this act.
2. It is the intent of the
Legislature that the Franchise
Tax Board resolve tax
controversies, without
litigation, on a basis that is
fair to both the state and the
taxpayer and in a manner that
will enhance voluntary
compliance and public
confidence in the integrity and
efficiency of the board.
3. During the 2011-12 fiscal year,
the collection cost recovery
fee for purposes of
subparagraph (A) of paragraph
(1) of subdivision (a) of
Section 19254 of the Revenue
and Taxation Code shall be
$154, and the filing
enforcement cost recovery fee
for purposes of subparagraph
(A) of paragraph (2) of that
subdivision shall be $88.
4. During the 2011-12 fiscal year,
the collection cost recovery
fee for purposes of
subparagraph (B) of paragraph
(1) of subdivision (a) of
Section 19254 of the Revenue
and Taxation Code shall be
$249, and the filing
enforcement cost recovery fee
for purposes of subparagraph
(B) of paragraph (2) of that
subdivision shall be $104.


1730-001-0044--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund........ 2,991,000


1730-001-0064--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the Motor Vehicle
License Fee Account, Transportation Tax
Fund...................................... 5,620,000


1730-001-0122--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the Emergency Food
Assistance Program Fund................... 6,000


1730-001-0200--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the Fish and Game
Preservation Fund (Endangered and Rare
Fish, Wildlife, and Plant Species
Conservation and Enhancement Account)..... 14,000


1730-001-0242--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the Court Collection
Account................................... 11,399,000


1730-001-0803--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the State Children's
Trust Fund................................ 12,000


1730-001-0823--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California
Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders
Research Fund............................. 12,000


1730-001-0886--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California Seniors
Special Fund.............................. 4,000


1730-001-0945--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California Breast
Cancer Research Fund...................... 7,000


1730-001-0974--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California Peace
Officer Memorial Foundation Fund.......... 5,000


1730-001-0979--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California
Firefighters' Memorial Fund............... 7,000


1730-001-0983--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California Fund
for Senior Citizens....................... 7,000


1730-001-8022--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California
Military Family Relief Fund............... 6,000


1730-001-8047--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California Sea
Otter Fund................................ 6,000


1730-001-8053--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the ALS/Lou Gehrig's
Disease Research Fund..................... 6,000


1730-001-8054--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California Cancer
Research Fund............................. 6,000


1730-001-8055--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the Municipal Shelter
Spay-Neuter Fund.......................... 6,000


1730-001-8056--For support of Franchise
Tax Board, for payment to Item 1730-001-
0001, payable from the California Ovarian
Cancer Research Fund...................... 6,000


1730-002-0001--For support of Franchise Tax
Board, for rental payments on lease-revenue
bonds........................................ 3,148,000
Schedule:
(1) Central Office-- Buildings
1 and 2.................... 3,081,000
(2) Insurance.................. 68,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


1730-004-0001--For support of Franchise Tax
Board....................................... (600,000)
Provisions:
1. The Franchise Tax Board shall have
advance authority to incur
contingent obligations for vendor
services associated with the
development of a transfer pricing
audit program in an amount not
to exceed $600,000 beginning during
the fiscal year, for delivery
beginning in the 2011-12 fiscal
year.


1730-005-0001--For support of the Franchise
Tax Board................................... 3,232,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act
item for support of the Franchise
Tax Board may be augmented to
reimburse the Department of Justice
for legal services. No augmentation
shall be made sooner than 30 days
after the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee has been notified in
writing.


1760-001-0001--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666............................. 5,379,000


1760-001-0002--For support of Department of
General Services, for payment to Item 1760-
001-0666, payable from the Property
Acquisition Law Money Account............... 3,476,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $1,211,000 is a loan from the
General Fund, provided for the
purposes of supporting the
management of the state's real
property assets.
2. Repayment of loans provided for the
purposes of supporting the
management of the state's real
property assets shall be repaid
within 60 days of the close of
escrow from the sale of surplus
property, pursuant to Section 11011
of the Government Code.
3. To the extent that the annual
surplus property listing enacted in
separate legislation changes the
workload related to the management
of the state's real property
assets, the Director of Finance may
adjust the amount of the General
Fund loan and the total amount
appropriated in this item not
sooner than 30 days after
notifying the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee.
4. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, 2011-12 fiscal year
revenues from Third Party
Cogeneration Projects previously
shared between state agencies and
the Energy Resources Fund shall be
deposited in the General Fund.


1760-001-0003--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Parking Facilities Moneys Account. 2,363,000


1760-001-0006--For support of Department of
General Services, for payment to Item 1760-
001-0666, payable from the Disability
Access Account.............................. 7,101,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1, 2, and 3 of Item 1760-
001-0328 also apply to this item.


1760-001-0026--For support of Department of
General Services, for payment to Item 1760-
001-0666, payable from the State Motor
Vehicle Insurance Account................... 6,569,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, Section 16379 of the
Government Code shall govern
the payment of claims for the
purposes of this item.


1760-001-0328--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Public
School Planning, Design, and Construction
Review Revolving Fund...................... 53,801,000
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
augment this item by up to
an aggregate of 10 percent in
cases where existing resources
are insufficient for the
Division of the State
Architect (DSA) to provide
statutorily required services
to customers and the DSA has
identified sufficient revenue.
Upon augmentation of this
item, the Department of
Finance shall provide
notification in writing to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of
the Legislature and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
including the amount and
justification, within 30 days
of approval of the
augmentation.
2. If resources continue to be
insufficient for the DSA to
provide statutorily required
services to customers and the
Division of the State
Architect (DSA) has identified
sufficient revenue, the
Director of Finance may
further augment this item not
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing is
provided to the chairpersons
of the fiscal committees of
each house of the Legislature
and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee. Any augmentation
that is deemed to be necessary
on a permanent basis shall be
submitted for review as part
of the normal budget
development process.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, including
subdivision (d) of Section
1.80 of the annual Budget Act,
in the absence of an enacted
budget, Section 17301 of the
Education Code, subdivision
(d) of Section 4454 of the
Government Code, and
subdivision (c) of Section
4459.8 of the Government Code
are deemed in effect.
Expenditures shall be charged
to non-Budget Act
appropriations until they can
be transferred to Budget Act
appropriations.
4. Provisions 1, 2, and 3 of this
item also apply to Item 1760-
001-0006 and Item 1760-001-
3091.


1760-001-0465--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Energy
Resources Programs Account................ 1,767,000


1760-001-0602--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the
Architecture Revolving Fund............... 41,549,000


1760-001-0666--For support of Department
of General Services, payable from the
Service Revolving Fund..................... 434,427,000
Schedule:
(1) Program support...... 1,099,454,00
0
(2) Distributed services. -11,145,000
(3) Reimbursements....... -3,427,000
(4) Reimbursements--
Lease Revenue........ -3,000
(5) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 1760-001-0001). -5,379,000
(6) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 1760-002-0001). -93,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Property
Acquisition Law
Money Account (Item
1760-001-0002)....... -3,476,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Parking Facilities
Moneys Account (Item
1760-001-0003)....... -2,363,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Disability
Access Account (Item
1760-001-0006)....... -7,101,000
(10) Amount payable from
the State Motor
Vehicle Insurance
Account (Item 1760-
001-0026)............ -6,569,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Public School
Planning, Design,
and Construction
Review Revolving
Fund (Item 1760-001-
0328)................ -53,801,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Energy Resources
Programs Account
(Item 1760-001-0465). -1,767,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Architecture
Revolving Fund (Item
1760-001-0602)....... -41,549,000
(14) Amount payable from
the State School
Building Aid Fund
(Item 1760-001-0739). -302,000
(15) Amount payable from
the State School
Deferred Maintenance
Fund (Item 1760-001-
0961)................ -83,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Certified Access
Specialist Fund
(Item 1760-001-3091). -295,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Building
Standards
Administration
Special Revolving
Fund (Item 1760-001-
3144)................ -689,000
(18) Amount payable from
the 2006 State
School Facilities
Fund (Item 1760-001-
6057)................ -14,754,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Parking Facilities
Moneys Account (Item
1760-002-0003)....... -1,084,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Service
Revolving Fund
(Item 1760-002-0666). -172,661,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Service
Revolving Fund (Item
1760-003-0666)....... -14,507,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Service
Revolving Fund (Item
1760-004-0666)....... -323,979,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, revenues from
the sale of legislative bills and
publications received by the
Legislative Bill Room shall be
deposited in the Service
Revolving Fund.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, if the Director
of General Services determines in
writing that there is
insufficient cash in a special
fund under his or her authority
to make one or more payments
currently due and payable, he or
she may order the transfer of
moneys to that special fund in
the amount necessary to make
payment or payments, as a loan
from the Service Revolving Fund.
That loan shall be subject to all
of the following conditions:
(a) No loan shall be made
that would interfere with
carrying out the object
for which the Service
Revolving Fund was
created.
(b) The loan shall be repaid
as soon as there are
sufficient moneys in the
recipient fund to repay
the amount loaned, but no
later than 18 months
after the date of the
loan. The amount loaned
shall not exceed the
amount that the fund or
program is authorized at
the time of the loan to
expend during the 2011-12
fiscal year from the
recipient fund except as
otherwise provided in
Provisions 4, 5, and 6.
(c) The terms and conditions
of the loan are approved,
prior to the transfer of
funds, by the Department
of Finance pursuant to
appropriate fiscal
standards.
3. The Director of General Services
may augment this item or any of
Items 1760-001-0002, 1760-001-
0003, 1760-001-0026, and 1760-001-
0602, by up to an aggregate of 10
percent in cases where (a) the
Legislature has approved funds
for a customer for the purchase
of services or equipment through
the Department of General
Services (DGS) and the
corresponding expenditure
authority has not been provided
in this item or (b) a local
government entity or the federal
government has requested services
from the DGS. Any augmentation
that is deemed to be necessary on
a permanent basis shall be
submitted for review as part of
the normal budget development
process. If the Director of
General Services augments this
item or Item 1760-001-0002, 1760-
001-0003, 1760-001-0026, or 1760-
001-0602, the DGS shall notify
the Director of Finance within 30
days after that augmentation is
made as to the amount,
justification, and the program
augmented. Any augmentation made
in accordance with this provision
shall not result in an increase
in any rate charged to other
departments for services or the
purchase of goods without the
prior written consent of the
Director of Finance. The Director
of General Services shall not use
this provision to augment this
item or Item 1760-001-0002, 1760-
001-0003, 1760-001-0026, or 1760-
001-0602 for costs of which the
DGS had knowledge in time to
include in the May Revision.
4. If this item or Item 1760-001-
0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-
0026, or 1760-001-0602 is
augmented pursuant to Provision 3
by the maximum allowed under that
provision, the Director of
Finance may further augment the
item or items in cases where (a)
the Legislature has approved
funds for a customer for the
purchase of services or equipment
through the Department of General
Services (DGS) and the
corresponding expenditure
authority has not been provided
in these items or (b) a local
government entity or the federal
government has requested services
from the DGS. Any augmentation
that is deemed to be necessary on
a permanent basis shall be
submitted for review as part of
the normal budget development
process. The Director of Finance
shall not use this provision to
augment this item or Item 1760-
001-0002, 1760-001-0003, 1760-001-
0026, or 1760-001-0602 for costs
of which the Director of Finance
or the Department of General
Services had knowledge in time to
include in the May Revision.
5. The Director of General Services
may augment this item and Items
1760-001-0003 and 1760-001-0026
to increase authorized
expenditures by the Office of
State Publishing, the Office of
Risk and Insurance Management,
and the Office of Fleet
Administration. The augmentation
shall be for the specific purpose
of enabling the Office of State
Publishing, the Office of Risk
and Insurance Management, and the
Office of Fleet Administration to
provide competitive services to
their customers (including local
government entities or the
federal government) and may be
made only if the office has
sufficient operating reserves
available to fund the
augmentation. If the Director of
General Services proposes to
augment any of the items in
this provision, the director
shall notify the Director of
Finance, the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees of each house
of the Legislature, and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee 30
days prior to making the
augmentation, including the
amount, justification, and the
office augmented. Any
augmentation that is deemed to be
necessary on a permanent basis
shall be submitted for review as
part of the normal budget
development process.
6. Any augmentation made pursuant to
Provisions 3 and 4 shall be
reported in writing to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee within 30 days of the
date the augmentation is
approved. This notification shall
be provided in a format
consistent with normal budget
change requests, including
identification of the amount of,
and justification for, the
augmentation, and the program
that has been augmented. Copies
of the notification shall be
provided to the Director of
Finance.
7. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director of
General Services or his or her
designee, in lieu of the Director
of Finance, is authorized to
approve Budget Revision, Standard
Form 26, subject to a copy being
provided to the Department of
Finance.
8. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, due to the
inability to issue energy
efficiency revenue bonds pursuant
to Chapter 2.7 (commencing with
Section 15814.10) of Part 10b of
Division 3 of Title 2 of the
Government Code, in order to
repay the General Fund for the
cost of completing energy
efficiency projects on specified
buildings, the Department of
General Services shall, within 10
fiscal years, recover an amount
sufficient to repay the costs
associated with completed energy
efficiency projects plus 5-
percent interest, through utility
rates charged to tenants. On
August 1 of each fiscal year
beginning with the 2005-06 fiscal
year, the Department of General
Services shall transfer that
amount to the General Fund. Once
the General Fund has been fully
repaid, the Department of General
Services shall adjust utility
rates for all tenants to
accurately reflect the current
rates.
9. The Director of Finance is
authorized to increase this item
for purposes of funding tenant
improvement projects to
facilitate the backfill of vacant
space within Department of
General Services (DGS) office
buildings. This provision shall
only be used to augment
expenditure authority for DGS
office buildings where a $0.03
tenant improvement surcharge for
DGS Individual Rate Buildings or
a $0.02 tenant improvement
surcharge for DGS Building Rental
Account Buildings has been
approved by the Director of
Finance and is included in the
monthly rental rate. Director of
Finance approval is contingent
upon justification for the
proposed tenant improvement
projects to be provided by the
DGS including an analysis of cost
impacts and how the tenant
improvements will improve the
state's utilization of the
facility. Any augmentation made
in accordance with this provision
shall not result in an increase
in any rate charged to other
departments for services without
the prior written consent of the
Director of Finance. Any
augmentation made pursuant to
this provision may be authorized
not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee.


1760-001-0739--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the State
School Building Aid Fund.................. 302,000


1760-001-0961--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the State
School Deferred Maintenance Fund.......... 83,000


1760-001-3091--For support of Department of
General Services, for payment to Item 1760-
001-0666, payable from the Certified Access
Specialist Fund............................. 295,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1, 2, and 3 of Item 1760-
001-0328 also apply to this item.


1760-001-3144--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Building
Standards Administration Special
Revolving Fund............................ 689,000


1760-001-6057--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the 2006
State School Facilities Fund.............. 14,754,000


1760-002-0001--For support of Department
of General Services, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666............................. 93,000


1760-002-0003--For support of Department of
General Services, for rental payments on
lease-revenue bonds, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Parking Facilities Moneys Account.... 1,084,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item are for the following:
(a) Base Rental and Fees... 1,073,000
(b) Insurance.............. 12,000
(c) Reimbursements......... -1,000
2. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
3. This item may contain
adjustments pursuant to Section 4.30
that are not currently reflected.
Any adjustments to this item shall
be reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


1760-002-0666--For support of Department of
General Services, for rental payments on
lease-revenue bonds, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Service
Revolving Fund.............................. 172,661,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are for the following:
(a) Base Rental and Fees. 171,599,00
0
(1) Capitol Area
Development
Authority,
Sacramento... 699,000
(2) State Office
Building,
Riverside.... 2,413,000
(3) Department
of Justice
Building,
Sacramento... 4,612,000
(4) San
Francisco
Civic Center
Building..... 22,377,000
(5) Elihu M.
Harris
Building,
Oakland...... 9,634,000
(6) Los Angeles
Junipero
Serra II..... 4,801,000
(7) State Office
Building,
San Diego
(Suburban)... 2,887,000
(8) Capitol East
End Garage... 974,000
(9) Stephen P.
Teale Data
Center....... 3,496,000
(10) Capitol Area
East End
Complex...... 32,572,000
(11) Butterfield
Warehouse
Plant........ 2,496,000
(12) Food and
Agriculture.. 1,348,000
(13) Butterfield
Office
Building..... 16,154,000
(14) Caltrans San
Diego Office
Building..... 5,789,000
(15) Board of
Equalization
Building
Acquisition.. 8,094,000
(16) Office
Building #10. 1,852,000
(17) State
Archives..... 12,216,000
(18) Office
Building #8
and Office
Building #9.. 13,714,000
(19) Marysville,
District 3... 6,490,000
(20) Central
Plant........ 18,965,000
(21) Library and
Courts
Renovation... 16,000
(b) Insurance............. 1,063,000
(c) Reimbursements........ -1,000
2. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds
to ensure debt requirements are met
and base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
3. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


1760-003-0666--For support of Department
of General Services, for rental payments
on California Environmental Protection
Agency building, for payment to Item 1760-
001-0666, payable from the Service
Revolving Fund............................. 14,507,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall
transfer funds appropriated in
this item for base rental,
fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the
schedule submitted by the
State Public Works Board or
the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment
dates in any related Facility
Lease or Indenture, the
schedule may provide for an
earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are
met and base rental payments
are paid in full when due.
2. This item may contain
adjustments pursuant to
Section 4.30 that are not
currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall
be reported to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
pursuant to Section 4.30.


1760-004-0666--For support of Department
of General Services, for payments for
natural gas purchases, for payment to Item
1760-001-0666, payable from the Service
Revolving Fund............................. 323,979,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 3, 4, and 6 of Item
1760-001-0666 also apply
to this item.


1760-011-0026--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the State Motor Vehicle
Insurance Account, to the General Fund as
a loan..................................... (25,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $25,000,000 as
a loan to the General Fund.
The Director of Finance shall
order the repayment of all or
a portion of this loan if
he or she determines that
either of the following
circumstances exists: (a) the
fund or account from which the
loan was made has a need for
the moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys
in the fund or account that
received the loan. This loan
shall not interfere with the
provision of insurance
coverage on motor vehicles
owned by state departments.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the
rate earned by the Pooled
Money Investment Account at
the time of the transfer.
2. The annual insurance rate for
the State Motor Vehicle
Insurance Fund shall not
increase as a result of any
loan made to the General Fund.
In calculating the annual
vehicle insurance rate, the
Department of General Services
shall treat outstanding loans
as available cash in the State
Motor Vehicle Insurance
Account.


1870-001-0001--For support of California Victim
Compensation and Government Claims Board.............. 0
Schedule:
(1) 11-Victim Compensation..... 25,403,000
(2) 12-Fiscal Services
Division................... 9,105,000
(3) 31-Government Claims....... 1,385,000
(4) 51.01-Administration....... 10,250,000
(5) 51.02-Distributed
Administration............. -10,250,000
(6) Reimbursements............. -1,385,000
(7) Amount payable from the
Restitution Fund (Item
1870-001-0214)............. -32,668,000
(8) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund (Item
1870-001-0890)............. -1,840,000
Provisions:
1. The California Victim Compensation and
Government Claims Board shall not
routinely notify all local agencies and
school districts regarding its
proceedings. However, for each of its
meetings, the board shall notify all
parties whose claims or proposals are
scheduled for consideration and any party
requesting notice of the proceedings.


1870-001-0214--For support of California
Victim Compensation and Government Claims
Board, for support services pursuant to
Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 13950)
of Part 4 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the
Government Code, for payment to Item 1870-
001-0001, payable from the Restitution
Fund...................................... 32,668,000


1870-001-0890--For support of California
Victim Compensation and Government Claims
Board, for payment to Item 1870-001-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 1,840,000


1870-101-0214--For local assistance,
California Victim Compensation and
Government Claims Board, for Program 41-
Good Samaritan, payable from the
Restitution Fund.......................... 20,000


1870-101-0890--For local assistance,
California Victim Compensation and
Government Claims Board, for Program 11-
Victim Compensation, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 32,595,000


1870-102-0214--For local assistance,
California Victim Compensation and
Government Claims Board, for Program 11-
Victim Compensation, payable from the
Restitution Fund.......................... 13,430,000


1880-001-0001--For support of State
Personnel Board............................. 2,997,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Merit System
Administration........ 21,677,000
(2) 40-Local Government
Services.............. 2,974,000
(3) 50.01-Administration
Services.............. 3,247,000
(4) 50.02-Distributed
Administration
Services.............. -1,920,000
(5) Reimbursements........ -20,819,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Central Service
Cost Recovery Fund
(Item 1880-001-9740).. -2,162,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize a loan from
the General Fund, in an amount not
to exceed 35 percent of
reimbursements appropriated in
this item to the State Personnel
Board, provided that:
(a) The loan is to meet cash
needs resulting from the
delay in receipt of
reimbursements for
services provided.
(b) The loan is for a short
term and shall be repaid
by September 30, 2012.
(c) Interest charges may be
waived pursuant to
subdivision (e) of Section
16314 of the Government
Code.
(d) The Director of Finance
may not approve the loan
unless the approval is
made in writing and filed
with the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the
committees in each house
of the Legislature that
consider appropriations
not later than 30 days
prior to the effective
date of the approval,
or not sooner than
whatever lesser time that
the chairperson of the
joint committee, or his or
her designee, may
determine.
2. The Department of General
Services, with the consent of the
Department of Personnel
Administration and the State
Personnel Board, may enter into a
lease, lease-purchase agreement,
or lease with an option to
purchase for a build-to-suit
facility for the colocation of the
Department of Personnel
Administration and the State
Personnel Board in the Sacramento
area, subject to Department of
Finance approval of the terms and
conditions of the agreement. At
least 30 days prior to entering
into any agreement, the Department
of General Services shall notify
the chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of the terms and
conditions of the agreement. If
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee does not express any
opposition, the Department of
General Services may proceed with
the agreement after 30 days from
when the Department of General
Services gave notice to the
chairpersons.


1880-001-9740--For support of State
Personnel Board, for payment to Item 1880-
001-0001, payable from the Central
Service Cost Recovery Fund................ 2,162,000


1900-001-0950--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the Public
Employees' Contingency Reserve Fund........ 26,477,000
Provisions:
1. The appropriation made in this
item is for support of the
Board of Administration of
the Public Employees'
Retirement System pursuant to
Section 22910 of the
Government Code.
2. In addition to the purpose
specified in Provision 1,
funds appropriated in this
item shall be used by the
Public Employees' Retirement
System (PERS) to process
Medicare Part D eligibility
files, reconciliation files,
and subsidy requests. PERS may
use funds of the Account for
Retiree Drug Subsidy Payments
in the Public Employees'
Contingency Reserve Fund to
fund a portion of these
eligible costs, provided that
this account supports only the
portion of eligible expenses
attributable to Medicare Part
D retiree drug subsidy work
related to state government,
public agency, and California
State University members of
PERS. PERS shall continue to
apply directly for the maximum
possible amount of Medicare
Part D retiree drug
subsidies in the 2011 and 2012
calendar years.
3. Notwithstanding the
requirements of Provision 2,
the Public Employees'
Retirement System (PERS) may
choose not to apply for
subsidies related to plans for
which it is not eligible to
act as the sponsor and receive
Medicare Part D subsidies
related to their enrollees or
with respect to persons
enrolled in a board-approved
Medicare Advantage
prescription drug health
benefit plan, consistent with
actions of PERS for the 2011
calendar year. If PERS chooses
not to apply for subsidies
pursuant to this provision,
PERS shall notify the
Department of Finance, the
chairpersons of the committees
and the appropriate
subcommittees in each house of
the Legislature that consider
the budget, the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, and the Legislative
Analyst's Office, and PERS
shall explain the facts and
circumstances underlying that
choice.
4. Notwithstanding the
requirements of Provisions 2
and 3, the Public Employees'
Retirement System (PERS) may
choose not to apply in the
2012 calendar year for
subsidies related to one or
more employee association
health benefit plans upon
PERS' certification to the
Department of Finance that the
estimated state share of
Medicare Part D retiree drug
subsidy funds for those plans
for the 2010 calendar year did
not exceed $500,000 on a
combined basis.
5. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, the amount available
for expenditure in this item
may be augmented by the amount
of any resources available
in the Public Employees'
Contingency Reserve Fund that
are in addition to the amount
appropriated in this item and
only for funds associated with
the federal Patient Protection
and Affordable Care Act (P.L.
111-148), as amended by the
federal Health Care and
Education Reconciliation Act
of 2010 (P.L. 111-152), that
will be available on a limited-
term basis for the temporary
Early Retiree Reinsurance
Program. Any augmentation
shall be authorized no sooner
than 30 days after
notification in writing to the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
or not sooner than whatever
lesser time the chairperson of
the joint committee or his or
her designee may determine.
6. The Public Employees'
Retirement System shall report
to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and the
Department of Finance on the
program improvements and
savings in the Health Benefits
division resulting from the
two limited-term positions
authorized in the Budget Act
of 2011 by September 13, 2012.
The report shall include
workload measures prior to and
after the establishment of the
new positions, a comprehensive
workload analysis that
demonstrates the health
premium savings and cost
containment measures achieved
by these positions, and the
resulting financial benefits
to the Contingency Reserve
Fund and the state. The report
shall demonstrate the positive
trends in the age of
delinquent health premiums and
the timely transition of
members into the Medicare
plan. This report will be used
to determine if the positions
will be established on a
permanent basis.


1900-003-0830--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable
from the Public Employees' Retirement
Fund................................... (1,128,405,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount displayed in this
item is based on the
estimate by the Public
Employees' Retirement System
of expenditures for external
investment advisers and
other investment-related
expenses to be made during
the 2011-12 fiscal year
pursuant to Sections 20172,
20208, and 20210 of the
Government Code. The Board
of Administration of the
Public Employees' Retirement
System shall report to the
fiscal committees of the
Legislature and the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
on or before January 10,
2012, regarding any revision
of this estimate, including
an accounting and
explanation of changes, and
the amount of, and basis
for, investment adviser
expenditures proposed for
the 2012-13 fiscal year. The
Board of Administration of
the Public Employees'
Retirement System shall
report on or before January
10, 2013, on the final
expenditures under this
item, including an
accounting and explanation
of changes from estimates
previously reported to the
Legislature.
2. Each of the two reports
described in Provision 1
also shall include all of
the following:
(a) A summary and
comparison of the
externally managed
portfolios, the
internally managed
portfolios, and the
total fund. This
information shall
include the value of
the assets, the gross
and net returns, the
benchmark returns,
and the costs, by
dollars and basis
points, for these
portfolios.
(b) A description of the
actions the Public
Employees' Retirement
System will take to
ensure that any
future expenditures
for outside advisers
will result in a
greater return on
investments,
including costs for
these advisers, than
if in-house advisers
were used.
(c) Separate listings of
adviser contracts in
effect, and approved,
during the 2010-11
and 2011-12 fiscal
years, with (1)
amounts (total
contract and annual
basis) for each
contract for base
fees and performance-
based fees, and (2)
summary statements of
the purposes of each
contract.


1900-015-0815--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the Judges'
Retirement Fund............................. (1,026,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System
(PERS), in accordance with all
applicable provisions of the
California Constitution, shall
submit to the Controller, the
Department of Finance, the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the fiscal committees of
each house of the Legislature
all of the following:
(a) Not later than May 15,
2012, a copy of the
proposed budget for PERS
for the 2012-13 fiscal
year as approved by the
board of administration.
(b) The revisions to the
proposed budget for PERS
for the 2011-12 fiscal
year, as recommended by
the PERS Finance
Committee, at least 30
days prior to the
consideration of
those revisions by the
board of administration.
(c) Commencing October 1,
2011, all expenditure and
performance workload data
provided to the board of
administration, as
updated on a quarterly
basis. This quarterly
update information is to
be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee and the fiscal
committees of each house
of the Legislature, and
shall be in sufficient
detail to be useful for
legislative oversight
purposes and to sustain a
thorough ongoing review
of PERS expenditures.


1900-015-0820--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the
Legislators' Retirement Fund.................. (339,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Board of Administration
of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, in accordance with
all applicable provisions of the
California Constitution, shall submit
to the Controller, the Director of
Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, and the fiscal committees
of each house of the Legislature all
of the following:
(a) Not later than May 15, 2012, a
copy of the proposed budget for
the Public Employees' Retirement
System for the 2012-13 fiscal
year as approved by the board of
administration.
(b) The revisions to the proposed
budget for the Public Employees'
Retirement System for the 2011-12
fiscal year, as recommended by
the Public Employees'
Retirement System Finance
Committee, at least 30 days prior
to consideration of those
revisions by the board of
administration.
(c) Commencing October 1, 2011, all
expenditure and performance
workload data provided to the
board of administration, as
updated on a quarterly basis.
This quarterly update information
shall be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the fiscal committees of each
house of the Legislature in
sufficient detail to be useful
for legislative oversight
purposes and to sustain a
thorough ongoing review of the
expenditures of the Public
Employees' Retirement System.


1900-015-0822--For support of the Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the Public
Employees' Health Care Fund................. (13,300,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System
(PERS), in accordance with all
applicable provisions of the
California Constitution, shall
submit to the Controller, the
Director of Finance, the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the fiscal committees of the
Legislature all of the following:
(a) No later than May 15,
2012, a copy of the
proposed budget for PERS
for the 2012-13 fiscal
year as approved by the
board of administration.
(b) The revisions to the
proposed budget for PERS
for the 2011-12 fiscal
year, as recommended by
the PERS Finance
Committee, at least 30
days prior to the
consideration of those
revisions by the board of
administration.
(c) Commencing October 1,
2011, all expenditures
and performance workload
data provided to the
board of administration,
as updated on a quarterly
basis. This quarterly
update information is to
be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee and fiscal
committees of the
Legislature, and shall be
in sufficient detail to
be useful for legislative
oversight purposes and to
sustain a thorough
ongoing review of Public
Employees' Retirement
System expenditures.
2. The Legislature finds and
declares that the Public
Employees' Retirement System
(PERS) is accountable to
members, governmental
entities, and taxpayers with
respect to the annual health
premium increases that its board

of administration adopts. The
board of administration is
encouraged to use the means at
its disposal under law,
consistent with requirements to
provide benefits to public
employees and others, to achieve
low annual premium increases. To
facilitate legislative
oversight, the board of
administration shall submit an
annual report within 100 days of
its adoption of annual health
premium increases or decreases
that describes the methods it
employed to moderate annual
increases in premiums when
taking that action. In years
when the board of administration
adopts health premium increases
in excess of those assumed in
the most recent state retiree
health program actuarial
valuation, the report shall
include a discussion of actions
that the board of administration
plans to take, if any, to
attempt to reduce the rate of
annual premium growth to levels
below those assumed in this
valuation for the next three
years. This reporting
requirement applies to the board
of administration's action in
2011 to adopt premium rates for
2012 and all board of
administration actions to
increase or decrease annual
health premiums adopted
thereafter. This reporting
requirement does not obligate
the board of administration to
adopt any specific level of
premium for any given year or to
change any action it otherwise
determines is necessary under
state law. The board of
administration may state in the
report that it is unable to
commit to specific actions to
reduce the rate of health
premium growth or does not know
if future reductions in the rate
of health premium growth can be
achieved. PERS is requested to
complete these reports with
existing budgetary and staffing
resources. The report shall be
submitted to the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, the chairpersons of
the committees and subcommittees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider PERS' budget and
activities, the Controller, the
Director of Finance, and the
Legislative Analyst.


1900-015-0830--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the
Public Employees' Retirement Fund........ (281,224,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the
Public Employees' Retirement
System, in accordance with all
applicable provisions of the
California Constitution, shall
submit to the Controller, the
Director of Finance, the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the fiscal committees of
the Legislature, all of the
following:
(a) No later than May 15,
2012, a copy of the
proposed budget for the
Public Employees'
Retirement System for
the 2012-13 fiscal year
as approved by the
board of administration.
(b) The revisions to the
proposed budget for the
Public Employees'
Retirement System for
the 2011-12 fiscal
year, as recommended by
the Public Employees'
Retirement System
Finance Committee, at
least 30 days prior to
consideration of those
revisions by the board
of administration.
(c) Commencing October 1,
2011, all expenditure
and performance
workload data provided
to the board of
administration, as
updated on a quarterly
basis. This quarterly
update information
shall be submitted to
the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and
the fiscal committees
of the Legislature in
sufficient detail to be
useful for legislative
oversight purposes and
to sustain a thorough
ongoing review of the
expenditures of the
Public Employees'
Retirement System.
2. Commencing July 1, 2011,
reports on information
technology projects that are
submitted to the Board of
Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System
shall be submitted to the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, the fiscal
committees of the Legislature,
and the Director of Finance on
an informational basis. The
quarterly update information
submitted to the Director of
Finance shall be in sufficient
detail to be useful for
Director of Finance
informational project status
reporting purposes.


1900-015-0833--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the
Annuitants' Health Care Coverage Fund....... (1,731,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Board of
Administration of the Public
Employees' Retirement System
(PERS), in accordance with all
applicable provisions of the
California Constitution, shall
submit to the Controller, the
Director of Finance, the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the fiscal committees of
each house of the Legislature
all of the following:
(a) No later than May 15,
2012, a copy of the
proposed budget for PERS
for the 2012-13 fiscal
year as approved by the
board of administration.
(b) The revisions to the
proposed budget for PERS
for the 2011-12 fiscal
year, as recommended by
the PERS Finance
Committee, at least 30
days prior to
consideration of
those revisions by the
board of administration.
(c) Commencing October 1,
2011, all expenditure and
performance workload data
provided to the board of
administration, as
updated on a quarterly
basis. This quarterly
update information is to
be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee and the fiscal
committees of each house
of the Legislature, and
shall be in sufficient
detail to be useful for
legislative oversight
purposes and to sustain a
thorough ongoing review
of the PERS expenditures.


1900-015-0849--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the
Replacement Benefit Custodial Fund............ (10,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Board of Administration
of the Public Employees'
Retirement System (PERS), in
accordance with all applicable
provisions of the California
Constitution, shall submit to the
Controller, the Department of
Finance, the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, and the fiscal committees
of each house of the Legislature, all
of the following:
(a) No later than May 15, 2012, a
copy of the proposed budget for
PERS for the 2012-13 fiscal year
as approved by the board of
administration.
(b) The revisions to the proposed
budget for PERS for the 2011-12
fiscal year, as recommended by
the PERS Finance Committee, at
least 30 days prior to
consideration of those
revisions by the board of
administration.
(c) Commencing October 1, 2011, all
expenditure and performance
workload data provided to the
board of administration, as
updated on a quarterly basis.
This quarterly update information
is to be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the fiscal committees of each
house of the Legislature, and
shall be in sufficient detail to
be useful for legislative
oversight purposes and to sustain
a thorough ongoing review of the
PERS expenditures.


1900-015-0884--For support of Board of
Administration of the Public Employees'
Retirement System, payable from the Judges'
Retirement System II Fund..................... (510,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Board of Administration
of the Public Employees'
Retirement System (PERS), in
accordance with all applicable
provisions of the California
Constitution, shall submit to the
Controller, the Director of Finance,
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, and the fiscal committees
of each house of the Legislature, all
of the following:
(a) No later than May 15, 2012, a
copy of the proposed budget for
PERS for the 2012-13 fiscal year
as approved by the board of
administration.
(b) The revisions to the proposed
budget for PERS for the 2011-12
fiscal year, as recommended by
the PERS Finance Committee, at
least 30 days prior to the
consideration of those
revisions by the board of
administration.
(c) Commencing October 1, 2011, all
expenditure and performance
workload data provided to the
board of administration, as
updated on a quarterly basis.
This quarterly update information
is to be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the fiscal committees of each
house of the Legislature, and
shall be in sufficient detail to
be useful for legislative
oversight purposes and to sustain
a thorough ongoing review of PERS
expenditures.


1900-017-0950--For support of Public
Employees' Retirement System, payable from
the Public Employees' Contingency Reserve
Fund........................................ 247,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support
of compliance activities related to
the federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA) of 1996 (P.L. 104-191).


1920-001-0835--For support of State
Teachers' Retirement System, payable from
the Teachers' Retirement Fund............. 167,072,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Services to
Members and
Employers........... 167,474,000
(2) Reimbursements...... -339,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Supplemental
Benefit Maintenance
Account in the
Teachers'
Retirement Fund
pursuant to Section
22954 of the
Education Code...... -63,000
Provisions:
1. This item shall not be subject
to the requirements of
subdivision (b), (c), (d), or
(e) of Section 31.00. Nothing in
this provision shall be
construed as exempting this item
from requirements of the State
Civil Service Act or from
requirements of laws, rules, and
regulations administered by the
Department of Personnel
Administration.
2. Commencing July 1, 2006, reports
on information technology
projects that are submitted to
the Teachers' Retirement Board
shall be submitted to the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee, the fiscal committees
of the Legislature, and the
State Chief Information Officer
on an informational basis. The
information submitted to the
State Chief Information Officer
shall be in sufficient detail to
be useful for the State Chief
Information Officer
informational project status
reporting purposes.


1920-002-0835--For support of State
Teachers' Retirement System (external
investment advisers), payable from the
Teachers' Retirement Fund................ (177,476,000)
Provisions:
1. The amount displayed in this
item is for informational
purposes only, and is based on
the current estimate by
the State Teachers' Retirement
System (STRS) of expenditures
for external investment
advisers to be made during the
2011-12 fiscal year pursuant
to Section 22353 of the
Education Code. STRS shall
report to the fiscal
committees of each house of
the Legislature and the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
no later than January 10,
2012, regarding any revision
of this estimate, including an
accounting and explanation of
the changes, and regarding the
amount of, and basis for,
investment adviser
expenditures proposed for the
2012-13 fiscal year. STRS
shall report on or before
January 10, 2013, on the final
expenditures under this item,
including an accounting and
explanation of changes from
estimates previously reported
to the Legislature.
2. Each of the two reports
described in Provision 1 also
shall include all of the
following:
(a) A summary and
comparison of the
externally managed
portfolios, the
internally managed
portfolios, and the
total fund. This
information shall
include the value of
the assets, the gross
and net returns, the
benchmark returns, and
the costs by dollars
and basis points for
these portfolios.
(b) A description of the
actions the State
Teachers' Retirement
System will take to
ensure that any future
expenditures for
outside advisers will
result in a greater
return on investments,
including costs for
these advisers, than if
in-house advisers were
used.
(c) Separate listings of
adviser contracts in
effect, and approved,
during the 2010-11 and
2011-12 fiscal years,
with (1) amounts (total
contract and annual
basis) for each
contract for base fees
and performance-based
fees and (2) summary
statements of the
purposes of each
contract.


1920-011-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Teachers' Retirement
Fund.................................... (1,314,734,000)
Schedule:
(1) Supplemental
Benefit Maintenance (605,064,00
Account (SBMA)......0)
(2) Benefits Funding.... (652,690,00
0)
(3) SBMA Interest (56,980,000
Payment............. )
Provisions:
1. The estimated amount referenced
in Schedule (1) is the state's
contribution required by
Section 22954 of the Education
Code.
2. The estimated amount referenced
in Schedule (2) is the state's
contribution required by
subdivisions (a) and (b) of
Section 22955 of the Education
Code.
3. The amount referenced in
Schedule (3) is the state's
Supplemental Benefit
Maintenance Account interest
payment as specified and
appropriated by subdivision (a)
of Section 22954.5 of the
Education Code.


1920-490--Reappropriation, State Teachers'
Retirement System (STRS). Up to $4,513,000 of
the appropriation in the following citation is
reappropriated and shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure until June 30,
2013, subject to the limitations set forth in
Provision 1:
0835-- Teachers' Retirement Fund
(1) Item 1920-001-0835, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
Provisions:
1. The funds reappropriated in this item
shall be available for expenditure by
the State Teachers' Retirement System
for the purposes of meeting
unanticipated system costs and
promoting better service to the
system's membership. The funds may not
be encumbered without advance approval
of the Teachers' Retirement Board. The
board shall report to the Legislature
on a quarterly basis throughout the
2011-12 and 2012-13 fiscal years on
expenditures made pursuant to this
item.
2. The basis for this reappropriation is
3 percent of the preceding fiscal
year's expenditure authority.

BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING


2100-001-0890--For support of Department
of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Program
10.20-Compliance, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund, for the
administration of Enforcing the Underage
Drinking Law (EUDL) federal grants
received from the United States
Department of Justice..................... 1,362,000


2100-001-3036--For support of Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control, payable from the
Alcohol Beverage Control Fund................. 51,762,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.10-Licensing........ 28,516,000
(2) 10.20-Compliance....... 24,293,000
(3) 10.30.010-
Administration......... 4,225,000
(4) 10.30.020-Distributed
Administration......... -4,225,000
(5) Reimbursements......... -1,047,000


2100-101-3036--For local assistance,
Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control,
Program 10.20-Compliance, for grants to
local law enforcement agencies, payable
from the Alcohol Beverage Control Fund...... 3,000,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of Alcoholic
Beverage Control is authorized to
grant funds to local law
enforcement agencies for the
purpose of enhancing enforcement of
alcoholic beverage control laws in
the local jurisdiction.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, at the discretion of the
Director of Alcoholic Beverage
Control, the Department of
Alcoholic Beverage Control may
advance grant funds to local law
enforcement agencies.
3. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, at the discretion of the
Director of Alcoholic Beverage
Control, title to any authorized
equipment purchased by the local
law enforcement agency pursuant to
the grant may be vested in the
local law enforcement agency at the
conclusion of the grant period.


2120-001-0117--For support of Alcoholic
Beverage Control Appeals Board, Program
10, payable from the Alcoholic Beverage
Control Appeals Fund...................... 1,029,000


2150-001-0240--For support of Department
of Financial Institutions, for payment to
Item 2150-001-0298, payable from the
Local Agency Deposit Security Fund........ 400,000


2150-001-0298--For support of Department of
Financial Institutions, payable from the
Financial Institutions Fund.................. 25,968,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Licensing and
Supervision of
Banks and Trust
Companies............. 22,890,000
(2) 20-Money Transmitters. 3,153,000
(3) 40-Administration of
Local Agency Security. 400,000
(4) 50-Supervision of
California Business
and Industrial
Development
Corporations.......... 33,000
(5) 60-Credit Unions...... 7,464,000
(6) 70-Savings and Loan... 104,000
(7) 80-Industrial Banks... 1,010,000
(8) 90.01-Administration.. 6,747,000
(9) 90.02-Distributed
Administration........ -6,747,000
(10) Reimbursements........ -1,222,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Local Agency
Deposit Security Fund
(Item 2150-001-0240).. -400,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Credit Union Fund
(Item 2150-001-0299).. -7,464,000


2150-001-0299--For support of Department
of Financial Institutions, for payment to
Item 2150-001-0298, payable from the
Credit Union Fund......................... 7,464,000


2180-001-0067--For support of Department of
Corporations, payable from the State
Corporations Fund............................. 47,247,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Investment Program.. 24,337,000
(2) 20-Lender-Fiduciary
Program................ 23,060,000
(3) 50.01-Administration... 6,760,000
(4) 50.02-Distributed
Administration......... -6,760,000
(5) Reimbursements......... -150,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines
and penalties imposed as specified
in Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


2240-001-0001--For support of Department of
Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable from
the General Fund............................ 3,160,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $158,000 shall be used to
continue oversight by the
Department of Housing and Community
Development of redevelopment
agencies and to provide technical
assistance, in accordance with the
department's Housing Preservation
Plan.


2240-001-0115--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Air Pollution Control Fund....... 98,000


2240-001-0245--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Mobilehome Park Revolving Fund... 6,642,000


2240-001-0530--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Mobilehome Park Purchase Fund.... 643,000


2240-001-0648--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development,
payable from the Mobilehome-Manufactured
Home Revolving Fund........................ 17,029,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Codes and
Standards Program... 25,395,000
(2) 20-Financial
Assistance Program.. 23,823,000
(3) 30-Housing Policy
Development Program. 2,711,000
(4) 50.01-
Administration...... 12,027,000
(5) 50.02-Distributed
Administration...... -12,027,000
(6) 50.03-Distributed
Administration of
the Housing Policy
Development Program. -136,000
(7) Reimbursements...... -545,000
(8) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 2240-001-
0001)............... -3,160,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
2240-001-0115)...... -98,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Mobilehome
Parks and Special
Occupancy Parks
Revolving Fund
(Item 2240-001-
0245)............... -6,642,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Mobilehome Park
Purchase Fund (Item
2240-001-0530)...... -643,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Self-Help
Housing Fund (Item
2240-001-0813)...... -119,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 2240-001-
0890)............... -11,765,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Housing
Rehabilitation Loan
Fund (Item 2240-001-
0929)............... -2,762,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Rental Housing
Construction
Incentive Fund
(Item 2240-001-
0938)............... -1,176,000

(16) Amount payable from
the Predevelopment
Loan Fund (Item
2240-001-0980)...... -317,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Emergency
Housing and
Assistance Fund
(Item 2240-001-
0985)............... -162,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Building
Standards
Administration
Special
Revolving Fund
(Item 2240-001-
3144)............... -529,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Enterprise Zone
Fund (Item 2240-001-
3165)............... -1,161,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Building Equity
and Growth in
Neighborhoods Fund
(Item 2240-001-
6038)............... -295,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Building Equity
and Growth in
Neighborhoods
(BEGIN) Fund (Item
2240-002-6038)...... -441,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Regional
Planning, Housing,
and Infill
Incentive Account,
Housing and
Emergency Shelter
Trust Fund of 2006
(Item 2240-001-
6069)............... -2,558,000
(23) Amount payable from
the Housing Urban-
Suburban-and-Rural
Parks Account,
Housing and
Emergency Shelter
Trust Fund of 2006
(Item 2240-001-
6071)............... -1,068,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Transit-
Oriented
Development
Implementation Fund
(Item 2240-001-
9736)............... -1,323,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 18077 of
the Health and Safety Code or
any other provision of law, the
first $2,388,000 in revenues
collected by the Department of
Housing and Community
Development from manufactured
home license fees shall be
deposited in the Mobilehome-
Manufactured Home Revolving
Fund, and shall be available to
the department for the support,
collection, administration, and
enforcement of manufactured home
license fees.
2. Notwithstanding Section 18077.5
of the Health and Safety Code or
any other provision of law, the
Department of Housing and
Community Development is not
required to comply with the
reporting requirement of Section
18077.5 of the Health and Safety
Code.


2240-001-0813--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Self-Help Housing Fund........... 119,000


2240-001-0890--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 11,765,000


2240-001-0929--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Housing Rehabilitation Loan Fund. 2,762,000


2240-001-0938--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Rental Housing Construction Fund. 1,176,000


2240-001-0980--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Predevelopment Loan Fund......... 317,000


2240-001-0985--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Emergency Housing and Assistance
Fund...................................... 162,000


2240-001-3144--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Building Standards
Administration Special Revolving Fund..... 529,000


2240-001-3165--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Enterprise Zone Fund............. 1,161,000


2240-001-6038--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Building Equity and Growth in
Neighborhoods Fund........................ 295,000


2240-001-6069--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Regional Planning, Housing and
Infill Incentive Account, Housing and
Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006...... 2,558,000


2240-001-6071--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Housing Urban-Suburban-and-Rural
Parks Account, Housing and Emergency
Shelter Trust Fund of 2006................ 1,068,000


2240-001-9736--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Transit-Oriented Development
Implementation Fund....................... 1,323,000


2240-002-6038--For support of Department
of Housing and Community Development, for
payment to Item 2240-001-0648, payable
from the Building Equity and Growth in
Neighborhoods Fund........................ 441,000


2240-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Housing and Community
Development.................................. 5,629,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Financial
Assistance Program.... 171,172,000
(2) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 2240-101-
0890)................. -165,543,000


2240-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Housing and Community
Development, for payment to Item 2240-101-
0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund.. 165,543,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, federal
funds appropriated by this
item but not encumbered or
expended by June 30, 2012, may
be expended in the subsequent
fiscal year.


2240-101-6038--For local assistance,
Department of Housing and Community
Development, payable from the Building 20,000,00
Equity and Growth in Neighborhoods Fund...... 0
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1
of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall
be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30,
2016.
2. No disbursements shall be made
for awards from funds
appropriated in this item
unless the Director of Finance
determines that there will be
sufficient cash available from
the sale of Housing and
Emergency Shelter Trust Fund
Act of 2002 (Proposition 46)
bonds to fund prior awards of
Proposition 46 bond funds.


2240-101-6071--For local assistance,
Department of Housing and Community
Development, payable from the Housing Urban-
Suburban-and-Rural Parks Account, Housing 25,000,00
and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006..... 0
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1
of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall
be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30,
2016.
2. No disbursements shall be made
for awards from funds
appropriated in this item
unless the Director of Finance
determines that there will be
sufficient cash available from
the sale of Housing and
Emergency Shelter Trust Fund
Act of 2006 (Proposition 1C)
bonds to fund prior awards of
Proposition 1C bond funds.


2240-101-9736--For local assistance,
Department of Housing and Community
Development, payable from the Transit- 18,000,00
Oriented Development Implementation Fund..... 0
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1
of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall
be available for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30,
2016.
2. No disbursements shall be made
for awards from funds
appropriated in this item
unless the Director of Finance
determines that there will be
sufficient cash available from
the sale of Housing and
Emergency Shelter Trust Fund
Act of 2006 (Proposition 1C)
bonds to fund prior awards of
Proposition 1C bond funds.


2240-402--Extension of Loan Repayment,
Department of Housing and Community
Development. Repayment of the loan authorized
in Item 2240-011-0929, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), is extended
subject to the provisions of this item.
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a portion of
this loan if he or she determines that
either of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the fund or account from
which the loan was made has a need for
the moneys, or (b) there is no longer
a need for the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan. This
loan shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned by the
Pooled Money Investment Account at the
time of the transfer.


2310-001-0400--For support of Office of Real
Estate Appraisers, payable from the Real
Estate Appraisers Regulation Fund............. 4,951,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Administration of Real
Estate Appraisers Program... 5,031,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -80,000


2320-001-0317--For support of Department of
Real Estate, payable from the Real Estate
Fund.......................................... 45,354,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Licensing and
Education.............. 11,679,000
(2) 20-Enforcement and
Recovery............... 27,125,000
(3) 30-Subdivisions........ 6,892,000
(4) 40.10-Administration... 7,687,000
(5) 40.20-Distributed
Administration......... -7,594,000
(6) Reimbursements......... -435,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $500,000 shall be used only
for the purposes of the Recovery
Account.


2400-001-0933--For support of Department of
Managed Health Care, payable from the
Managed Care Fund........................... 48,834,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Health Plan
Program............... 50,013,000
(2) 50.01-Administration.. 10,264,000
(3) 50.02-Distributed
Administration........ -10,264,000
(4) Reimbursements........ -1,179,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item may include revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


2400-002-0933--For support of Department
of Managed Health Care, for the Office of
Patient Advocate, payable from the
Managed Care Fund......................... 2,368,000


2600-001-0042--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the
State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund....................... 775,000


2600-001-0046--For support of California
Transportation Commission, payable from the
Public Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund............................ 1,371,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Administration of
California
Transportation
Commission.............. 3,514,000
(2) Reimbursements.......... -507,000
(3) Amount payable from the
State Highway Account,
State Transportation
Fund (Item 2600-001-
0042)................... -775,000
(4) Amount payable from the
Corridor Mobility
Improvement Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2600-001-
6055)................... -204,000
(5) Amount payable from the
Trade Corridors
Improvement Fund (Item
2600-001-6056).......... -198,000
(6) Amount payable from the
Transportation
Facilities Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2600-001-
6058)................... -183,000
(7) Amount payable from the
Public Transportation
Modernization,
Improvement, and
Service Enhancement
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2600-001-
6059)................... -53,000
(8) Amount payable from the
State-Local Partnership
Program Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2600-001-
6060)................... -94,000
(9) Amount payable from the
Local Bridge Seismic
Retrofit Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2600-001-
6062)................... -9,000
(10) Amount payable from the
Highway-Railroad
Crossing Safety
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2600-001-
6063)................... -34,000
(11) Amount payable from the
Highway Safety,
Rehabilitation, and
Preservation Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2600-001-
6064)................... -86,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, funds may be transferred
between Items 2600-001-6055, 2600-
001-6056, 2600-001-6058, 2600-001-
6059, 2600-001-6060, 2600-001-6062,
2600-001-6063, and 2600-001-6064 in
order to meet program oversight
needs as programs proceed through
the implementation process.


2600-001-6055--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the
Corridor Mobility Improvement Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..... 204,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-001-6056--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Trade
Corridors Improvement Fund.................. 198,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-001-6058--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the
Transportation Facilities Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and
Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 183,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-001-6059--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the Public
Transportation Modernization, Improvement,
and Service Enhancement Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and
Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 53,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-001-6060--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the State-
Local Partnership Program Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and
Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 94,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-001-6062--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, from the Local Bridge
Seismic Retrofit Account, Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006....................... 9,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-001-6063--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the
Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006..... 34,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-001-6064--For support of California
Transportation Commission, for payment to
Item 2600-001-0046, payable from the
Highway Safety, Rehabilitation, and
Preservation Account, Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006....................... 86,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 2600-001-0046
also applies to this item.


2600-402--Before allocating projects in
the 2011-12 fiscal year that would result
in the issuance of notes pursuant to
Section 14553 of the Government Code
exceeding $800,000,000, the California
Transportation Commission shall consult
with the Business, Transportation and
Housing Agency, the Department of
Transportation, and the Department of
Finance pursuant to Section 14553.8 of
the Government Code to consider and
determine the appropriateness of the
mechanism authorized by Section 14553 of
the Government Code in comparison to
other funding mechanisms, and to
determine and report to the Governor and
the Legislature the effect of issuance of
the notes on future federal funding
commitments. Allocations exceeding
$800,000,000 shall not be made prior to
providing 60 days' notice to the
chairpersons of the transportation
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee.


2640-490--Reappropriation, State Transit
Assistance. The amounts specified in the
following citations are reappropriated for the
purposes provided for in the appropriations
and are available for allocation until June
30, 2012, and are available for encumbrance or
liquidation until June 30, 2016:
6059-- Public Transportation
Modernization, Improvement and Service
Enhancement Account, Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006
(1) Item 2640-104-6059, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2640-104-6059, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(3) Item 2640-104-6059, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, Stats. 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess.,
as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)


2660-001-0041--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the
Aeronautics Account, State Transportation
Fund...................................... 3,589,000


2660-001-0042--For support of Department
of Transportation, payable from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation
Fund...................................... 2,600,495,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Aeronautics...... 4,076,000
(2) 20.10-Highway
Transportation--
Capital Outlay 1,675,168,00
Support............. 0
(3) 20.30-Highway
Transportation--
Local Assistance.... 49,837,000
(4) 20.40-Highway
Transportation--
Program Development. 81,824,000
(5) 20.65-Highway
Transportation--
Legal............... 121,269,000
(6) 20.70-Highway
Transportation--
Operations.......... 241,813,000
(7) 20.80-Highway
Transportation-- 1,398,043,00
Maintenance......... 0
(8) 30-Mass
Transportation...... 150,235,000
(9) 40-Transportation
Planning............ 105,124,000
(10) 50.10-
Administration
Program Costs....... 450,955,000
(11) 50.20-Distributed
Administration
Program Costs....... -450,955,000
(12) 60.10-Equipment
Service Program
Costs............... 190,510,000
(13) 60.20-Distributed
Equipment Service
Program Costs....... -190,510,000
(14) Reimbursements...... -326,262,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Aeronautics
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 2660-001-
0041)............... -3,589,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Bicycle
Transportation
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 2660-001-
0045)............... -10,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Public
Transportation
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 2660-001-
0046)............... -164,448,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Historic
Property
Maintenance Fund
(Item 2660-001-
0365)............... -1,640,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 2660-001-
0890)............... -591,100,000
(20) Amount payable from
the State Route 99
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port
Security Fund of
2006 (Item 2660-004-
6072)............... -14,466,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Corridor
Mobility
Improvement
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port
Security Fund of
2006 (Item 2660-004-
6055)............... -42,203,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Trade Corridors
Improvement Fund
(Item 2660-004-
6056)............... -3,391,000
(23) Amount payable from
the Transportation
Facilities Account,
Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction,
Air Quality, and
Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2660-
004-6058)........... -58,335,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Public
Transportation
Modernization,
Improvement, and
Service Enhancement
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port
Security Fund of
2006 (Item 2660-004-
6059)............... -1,161,000
(25) Amount payable from
the State-Local
Partnership Program
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port
Security Fund of
2006 (Item 2660-004-
6060)............... -727,000
(26) Amount payable from
the Local Bridge
Seismic Retrofit
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port
Security Fund of
2006 (Item 2660-004-
6062)............... -1,653,000
(27) Amount payable from
the Highway-
Railroad Crossing
Safety Account,
Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction,
Air Quality, and
Port Security Fund
of 2006 (Item 2660-
004-6063)........... -373,000
(28) Amount payable from
the Highway Safety,
Rehabilitation, and
Preservation
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port
Security Fund of
2006 (Item 2660-004-
6064)............... -17,536,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item from
the State Highway Account may be
reduced and replaced by an
equivalent amount of federal
funds determined by the
Department of Transportation to
be available and necessary to
comply with Section 8.50 and the
most effective management of
state transportation resources.
Not more than 30 days after
replacing the state funds with
federal funds, the Director of
Finance shall notify in writing
the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee of
this action.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funding
appropriated in this item may be
transferred to Item 2660-005-
0042 to pay for any necessary
insurance, debt service, and
other financing-related
expenditures for Department of
Transportation-owned office
buildings. Any transfer will
require the prior approval of
the Department of Finance.
3. Of the funds appropriated in
Schedule (2), $1,136,748,000 is
for state staff and state staff
cash overtime, $235,067,000 is
for external consultant and
professional services related to
project delivery (also known as
232 contracts), and $76,535,000
is for operating expenses. The

funds appropriated in Schedule
(2) for external consultant and
professional services related to
project delivery that are
unencumbered or encumbered but
unexpended related to work that
will not be performed during the
fiscal year shall revert to the
fund from which they were
appropriated.
4. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item may be
supplemented with federal
funding appropriation authority
and with prior fiscal year State
Highway Account appropriation
balances at a level determined
by the Department of
Transportation as required to
process claims utilizing federal
advance construction through the
plan of financial adjustment
process pursuant to Sections
11251 and 16365 of the
Government Code.
5. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in Item 2660-001-
0042, 50.00-Administration from
the State Highway Account, may
be reduced and replaced by an
equivalent amount of
reimbursements determined by the
Department of Transportation to
be available and necessary to
comply with Section 28.50 and
the most effective management of
state transportation resources.
The reimbursements may also be
reduced and replaced by an
equivalent amount of funds from
the State Highway Account. Not
more than 30 days after
replacing the State Highway
Account funds with
reimbursements and vice versa,
the Director of Finance shall
notify in writing the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee of
this action.
6. Of the funds appropriated in
Schedule (7), $214,000,000 is
for major maintenance contracts
for the preservation of highway
pavement, and shall not be used
to supplant any other funding
that would have been used for
major pavement maintenance.
7. Of the funds appropriated in
Schedule (5), $68,556,000 is for
the payment of tort lawsuit
claims and awards. Any funds for
that purpose that are
unencumbered as of April 1,
2012, may be transferred to Item
2660-302-0042. Any transfer
shall require the prior approval
of the Department of Finance.
8. Of the funds appropriated in
Schedule (2), transfers of
expenditure authority may be
made between Items 2660-001-
0042, 2660-001-0890, 2660-002-
3007, 2660-004-6055, 2660-004-
6056, 2660-004-6058, 2660-004-
6059, 2660-004-6060, 2660-004-
6062, 2660-004-6063, 2660-004-
6064, and 2660-004-6072 to
accommodate changes in capital
outlay and local assistance
program-related workload by
funding source or changes in
availability of funds. The
Department of Finance shall
authorize the transfers not
sooner than 30 days after
notification of the necessity
therefor in writing to the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee.


2660-001-0045--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Bicycle
Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund....................... 10,000


2660-001-0046--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Public
Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund........................ 164,448,000
Provisions:
1. For Program 30-- Mass
Transportation, $90,347,027
appropriated in this item
is available for intercity
rail contracts.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item from
the Public Transportation
Account may be reduced and
replaced by an equivalent
amount of federal funds
determined by the Department
of Transportation to be
available and necessary to
comply with Section 8.50 and
the most effective management
of state transportation
resources. Not more than 30
days after replacing the state
funds with federal funds, the
Director of Finance shall
notify in writing the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
of this action.


2660-001-0365--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Historic
Property Maintenance Fund................. 1,640,000


2660-001-0890--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................. 591,100,000
Provisions:
1. For Program 20-- Highway
Transportation. For purposes
of Section 163 of the Streets
and Highways Code, all
expenditures from this item
shall be deemed to be
expenditures from the State
Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund.
2. For Program 20-- Highway
Transportation. Federal funds
may be received from any
federal source, and shall be
deposited in the Federal Trust
Fund. Any federal
reimbursements shall be
credited to the account from
which the expenditures were
originally made.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director
of Finance may augment this
item with additional federal
funds in conjunction with an
equivalent offsetting
reduction in State Highway
Account funds in Item 2660-001-
0042, pursuant to Provision 1
of that item, or Public
Transportation Account funds
in Item 2660-001-0046,
pursuant to Provision 2 of
that item.
4. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-
0042 also applies to this item.


2660-002-0042--For support of Department
of Transportation, payable from the State
Highway Account to fund ongoing
administrative costs for Grant
Anticipation Revenue Vehicles............. 600,000


2660-002-0890--For support of Department of
Transportation, for debt service
requirements and other financing-related
costs for federal Grant Anticipation
Revenue Vehicles (GARVEE) issued in the
2011-12 fiscal year, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund.......................... 1,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the funds appropriated in
this item shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure until
expended.
2. If specific projects in the State
Highway Operation and Protection
Program are identified as ready for
construction funding in the 2011-12
fiscal year and cash balances are
not sufficient to allocate funds to
those projects, this item may be
augmented by up to $680,000,000
after submittal of a request to the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee
for a 30-day review. Any request
made pursuant to this provision
shall include a description of the
project or projects, the financing
plans, and the cash balances of the
State Highway Account.
3. The appropriation in this item
reflects, in part, the pledge made
by the California Transportation
Commission in accordance with
Section 14553.7 of the Government
Code in connection with the GARVEE
bonds issued in the 2011-12 fiscal
year.
4. Funds appropriated in this item are
in lieu of the amounts that have
been appropriated pursuant to
Section 14554.8 of the Government
Code.


2660-002-3007--For support of Department of
Transportation, payable from the Traffic
Congestion Relief Fund........................ 16,025,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.10-Highway
Transportation--
Capital Outlay
Support................ 15,740,000
(2) 30-Mass Transportation. 285,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, if the California
Transportation Commission allocates
funds to Traffic Congestion Relief
Program projects in the 2011-12
fiscal year, the Director of
Finance may increase expenditure
authority in this item for
additional capital outlay staffing
directly related to new Traffic
Congestion Relief Program
allocations after notifying the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations not
later than 30 days prior to the
effective date of the approval.
2. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042
also applies to this item.


2660-004-6043--For support of Department of
Transportation, payable in accordance with
and from the proceeds of the Safe, Reliable
High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act for the
21st Century, payable from the High-Speed
Passenger Train Bond Fund..................... 94,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Mass Transportation...... 94,000


2660-004-6055--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Corridor
Mobility Improvement Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............. 42,203,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-
0042 also applies to this item.


2660-004-6056--For support of Department of
Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-
001-0042, payable from the Trade Corridors
Improvement Fund............................ 3,391,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042
also applies to this item.


2660-004-6058--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the
Transportation Facilities Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............. 58,335,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-
0042 also applies to this item.


2660-004-6059--For support of Department of
Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-
001-0042, payable from the Public
Transportation Modernization, Improvement,
and Service Enhancement Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and
Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 1,161,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042
also applies to this item.


2660-004-6060--For support of Department of
Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-
001-0042, payable from the State-Local
Partnership Program Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and
Port Security Fund of 2006.................. 727,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042
also applies to this item.


2660-004-6062--For support of Department of
Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-
001-0042, payable from the Local Bridge
Seismic Retrofit Account, Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006....................... 1,653,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042
also applies to this item.


2660-004-6063--For support of Department of
Transportation, for payment to Item 2660-
001-0042, payable from the Highway-Railroad
Crossing Safety Account, Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006....................... 373,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-0042
also applies to this item.


2660-004-6064--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the Highway
Safety, Rehabilitation, and Preservation
Account, Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006............................... 17,536,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-001-
0042 also applies to this item.


2660-004-6072--For support of Department
of Transportation, for payment to Item
2660-001-0042, payable from the State
Route 99 Account, Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006............................... 14,466,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 8 of Item 2660-
001-0042 also applies to this
item.


2660-005-0042--For support of Department of
Transportation, for building insurance, debt
service, and other financing-related costs
for department-occupied office buildings,
payable from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund........................... 14,728,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 14,592,000
(2) Insurance.............. 137,000
(3) Reimbursements......... -1,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds provided in Item 2660-
001-0042 may be transferred to this
item to pay for any necessary
insurance, debt service, and other
financing-related costs for
Department of Transportation-
occupied office buildings. Any
transfer shall require the prior
approval of the Department of
Finance.
2. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates
in any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met
and base rental payments are paid
in full when due.
3. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


2660-007-0042--For support of Department of
Transportation, payable from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation Fund.... 95,570,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.10-Highway
Transportation--
Capital Outlay Support. 45,811,000
(2) 20.65-Highway
Transportation--
Legal.................. 692,000
(3) 20.70-Highway
Transportation--
Operations............. 1,619,000
(4) 20.80-Highway
Transportation--
Maintenance............ 47,448,000
(5) 50.10-Administration
Program Costs.......... 18,000
(6) 50.20-Distributed
Administration Program
Costs.................. -18,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
may be expended only to attain
compliance with (a) the stormwater
discharge provisions of the
National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System permits as
promulgated by the State Water
Resources Control Board or regional
water quality control boards, (b)
the Statewide Storm Water
Management Plan, (c) as required by
court order, or (d) any other
nonproject water or air quality
related environmental activity that
protects air quality or the quality
of receiving waters.
2. The funds appropriated in this item
may be transferred between
schedules. Any transfer will
require the prior approval of the
Department of Finance.


2660-011-0041--For transfer by the
Controller from the Aeronautics Account,
State Transportation Fund, to the Public
Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund, as prescribed by
Section 21682.5 of the Public Utilities
Code...................................... (30,000)


2660-012-0042--For augmentation for
emergencies relating to a state of
emergency declared by the Governor,
payable from the State Highway Account..... (40,000,000)
Provisions:
1. Required notification to the
Legislature of appropriations
pursuant to this item
shall include, in addition to
all other required
information, (a) an estimate
of federal funds or other
funds that the department may
receive for the same purposes
as the proposed appropriation,
and (b) explanation of the
necessity of the proposed
appropriation given
anticipated federal funds or
other funds.
2. Funds appropriated in this
item may be used for support,
local assistance, or capital
outlay expenditures.


2660-013-0042--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the State Highway Account,
State Transportation Fund, to the General
Fund as a loan............................. (43,700,000)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $43,700,000 as
a loan to the General Fund,
which shall be repaid by June
30, 2015. The Director of
Finance shall order the
repayment of all or a portion
of this loan if he or she
determines that either of the
following circumstances
exists: (a) the account or
fund from which the loan was
made has a need for the
moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys
in the fund or account that
received the loan. This loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer.


2660-021-0042--For transfer by the
Controller from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund, to
the Public Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund, as prescribed by
Section 194 of the Streets and Highways
Code...................................... (25,046,000)


2660-022-0042--For transfer by the
Controller from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund, to
the Environmental Enhancement and
Mitigation Program Fund to be used as
specified in Section 164.56 of the
Streets and Highways Code................. (10,000,000)


2660-101-0042--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the State Highway Account,
State Transportation Fund................... 36,289,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.30-Highway Transportation- 36,288,
- Local Assistance........... 000
(a) Regional
Improvements
............ (36,288,000)
(b) Interregiona
l
Improvements
............ 0
(2) 30.10-Mass Transportation..... 1,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item shall
be available for allocation by the
California Transportation Commission
until June 30, 2013, and available
for encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred intraschedule
or to Item 2660-102-0042, 2660-301-
0042, or 2660-302-0042. These
transfers shall require the prior
approval of the Department of Finance.
3. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be supplemented with federal
funding appropriation authority and
with prior year State Highway Account
appropriation balances at a level
determined by the Department of
Transportation as required to process
claims utilizing federal advance
construction through the plan of
financial adjustment process under
Sections 11251 and 16365 of the
Government Code.


2660-101-0045--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, Program 20--
Highway Transportation, payable from the
Bicycle Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund......................... 7,200,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in
this item will be available for
allocation until June 30, 2013, and
available for encumbrance and
liquidation until June 30, 2017.


2660-101-0046--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, Program 30-
Mass Transportation, payable from the
Public Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund........................ 161,484,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this
item shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission
until June 30, 2013, and
available for encumbrance and
liquidation until June 30,
2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item may
be transferred to Item 2660-
301-0046. These transfers
require the prior approval of
the Department of Finance.


2660-101-0183--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, Program 20-
Highway Transportation, payable from the
Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation
Program Fund............................... 10,000,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item will
be available for allocation
until June 30, 2013, and
available for encumbrance and
liquidation until June 30,
2017.


2660-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the Federal Trust Fund......... 122,105,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway Transportation.... 122,104,
000
(a) Regional
Improvement (122,104,000
s.......... )
(2) 30-Mass Transportation....... 1,000
Provisions:
1. For purposes of the Streets and
Highways Code, all expenditures from
this item shall be deemed to be
expenditures from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund.
2. Federal funds may be received from
any federal source and shall be
deposited in the Federal Trust Fund.
Any federal reimbursements shall be
credited to the account from which
the expenditures were originally made.
3. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred intraschedule
or to Item 2660-102-0890, 2660-301-
0890, or 2660-302-0890. These
transfers shall require the prior
approval of the Department of
Finance. These funds shall be
available for allocation by the
California Transportation Commission
until June 30, 2013, and available
for encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.


2660-102-0042--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the State Highway Account,
State Transportation Fund.................. 140,313,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway Transportation... 128,313,
000
(a) Regional
Surface
Transportat
ion
Program (57,848,000
Exchange... )
(b) Local (70,465,000
Assistance. )
(2) 40-Transportation Planning.. 12,000,0
00
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in Schedule (1)
shall be available for allocation by
the California Transportation
Commission until June 30, 2013, and
available for encumbrance and
liquidation until June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred
intraschedule or to Item 2660-101-
0042, 2660-301-0042, or 2660-302-
0042. These transfers shall require
the prior approval of the Department
of Finance.


2660-102-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the Federal Trust
Fund..................................... 1,567,297,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway 1,430,297,00
Transportation...... 0
(2) 30-Mass
Transportation...... 74,000,000
(3) 40-Transportation
Planning............ 63,000,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item may be
transferred intraschedule or to
Item 2660-101-0890, 2660-301-
0890, or 2660-302-0890. These
transfers shall require the
prior approval of the Department
of Finance. Funds appropriated
in Schedules (1) and (2) shall
be available for allocation by
the California Transportation
Commission until June 30, 2013,
and available for encumbrance
and liquidation until June 30,
2017.
2. For Program 20-- Highway
Transportation. For purposes of
the Streets and Highways Code,
all expenditures from this
item shall be deemed to be
expenditures from the State
Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund.
3. For Program 20-- Highway
Transportation. Federal funds
may be received from any federal
source and shall be deposited in
the Federal Trust Fund. Any
federal reimbursements shall be
credited to the account from
which the expenditures were
originally made.


2660-104-6043--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the High-Speed
Passenger Train Bond Fund................. 114,626,000
Schedule:
(1) 30.10-Mass
Transportation...... 114,626,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available
for allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance or liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item may be
transferred to Item 2660-304-
6043. These transfers shall
require prior approval of the
Department of Finance.


2660-104-6055--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the Corridor Mobility
Improvement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006................................. 1,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.30-Highway
Transportation-- Local
Assistance................. 1,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until June
30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be transferred to Item
2660-304-6055. These transfers shall
require the prior approval of the
Department of Finance.


2660-104-6056--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the Trade Corridors
Improvement Fund.......................... 156,483,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.30-Highway
Transportation--
Local Assistance.... 156,483,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available
for allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation
until June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item may be
transferred intraschedule or to
Item 2660-304-6056. These
transfers shall require the
prior approval of the Department
of Finance.


2660-104-6060--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the State-Local
Partnership Program Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............ 132,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.30-Highway
Transportation--
Local Assistance.... 44,000,000
(2) 30.10-Mass
Transportation...... 88,000,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available
for allocation by the
California Transportation
Commission until June 30, 2013,
and available for encumbrance
and liquidation until June 30,
2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item may
be transferred intraschedule or
to Item 2660-304-6060. These
transfers shall require the
prior approval of the
Department of Finance.


2660-104-6062--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the Local Bridge Seismic
Retrofit Account, Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006.................................. 22,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.30-Highway
Transportation--
Local Assistance....... 22,000,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.


2660-104-6072--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the State Route 99 Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006...... 1,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.30-Highway
Transportation-- Local
Assistance................. 1,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until June
30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be transferred to Item
2660-304-6072. These transfers shall
require the prior approval of the
Department of Finance.


2660-105-0046--For local assistance,
Department of Transportation, Program 30-
Mass Transportation, payable from the
Public Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund, for water transit
operations managed through the
Metropolitan Transportation Commission.... 3,087,000


2660-301-0042--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the State Highway Account,
State Transportation Fund.................. 192,708,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway Transportation... 192,707,
000
(a) Regional
Improvement (96,354,000
s.......... )
(b) Interregion
al
Improvement (96,353,000
s.......... )
(2) 30-Mass Transportation...... 1,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until June
30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred
intraschedule or to Item 2660-101-
0042, 2660-102-0042, 2660-302-0042,
or 2660-311-0042. These transfers
shall require the prior approval of
the Department of Finance.
3. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be supplemented with
federal funding appropriation
authority and with prior year State
Highway Account appropriation
balances at a level determined by
the department as required to
process claims utilizing federal
advance construction through the
plan of financial adjustment process
under Sections 11251 and 16365 of
the Government Code.


2660-301-0046--For capital outlay, Department
of Transportation, payable from the Public
Transportation Account, State Transportation
Fund.......................................... 65,500,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Mass
Transportation......... 70,500,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -5,000,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item
shall be available for allocation
by the California Transportation
Commission until June 30, 2013, and
available for encumbrance and
liquidation until June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred to Item
2660-101-0046 with the prior
approval of the Director of Finance.


2660-301-0890--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, State
Transportation Improvement Program (STIP),
payable from the Federal Trust Fund......... 693,941,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway Transportation.... 523,367,
000
(a) Regional
Improvement (392,525,000
s.......... )
(b) Interregion
al
Improvement (130,842,000
s.......... )
(2) 30-Mass Transportation....... 170,574,
000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, amounts scheduled in this
item may be transferred intraschedule
or to Item 2660-101-0890, 2660-102-
0890, or 2660-302-0890, upon the
prior approval of the Department of
Finance. These funds shall be
available for allocation by the
California Transportation Commission
until June 30, 2013, and available
for encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. For purposes of the Streets and
Highways Code, all expenditures from
this item shall be deemed to be
expenditures from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund.
3. Federal funds may be received from
any federal source and shall be
deposited in the Federal Trust Fund.
Any federal reimbursements shall be
credited to the account from which
the expenditures were originally made.


2660-302-0042--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund........ 543,542,000
Schedule:
(1 20-Highway Transportation... 1,487,542
) ,000
(a) State
Highway
Operation
and
Protection (1,487,542,0
Program....00)
(2 Reimbursements.............. -944,000,
) 000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until June
30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred to Item 2660-
101-0042, 2660-102-0042, 2660-301-
0042, or 2660-311-0042. These
transfers shall require the prior
approval of the Department of Finance.
3. No funds appropriated in this item
are available for expenditure on
specialty building facilities. For
the purpose of this item, specialty
building facilities are equipment
facilities, maintenance facilities,
material laboratories, and traffic
management centers.


2660-302-0890--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the Federal Trust
Fund..................................... 1,922,424,000
Schedule:
(1 20-Highway Transportation.. 1,922,424
) ,000
(a) State
Highway
Operation
and
Protection (1,922,424,0
Program...00)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, amounts scheduled in
this item may be transferred to Item
2660-101-0890, 2660-102-0890, or
2660-301-0890. These transfers shall
require the prior approval of the
Department of Finance. These funds
shall be available for allocation by
the California Transportation
Commission until June 30, 2013, and
available for encumbrance and
liquidation until June 30, 2017.
2. For purposes of the Streets and
Highways Code, all expenditures from
this item shall be deemed to be
expenditures from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund.
3. Federal funds may be received from
any federal source and shall be
deposited in the Federal Trust Fund.
Any federal reimbursements shall
be credited to the account from
which the expenditures were
originally made.
4. No funds appropriated in this item
are available for expenditure on
specialty building facilities. For
the purpose of this item, specialty
building facilities are equipment
facilities, maintenance facilities,
material laboratories, and traffic
management centers.


2660-303-0042--For capital outlay, Department
of Transportation, specialty building
facilities, payable from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund............ 14,200,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway
Transportation......... 14,200,000
Provisions:
1. For the purpose of this item,
specialty building facilities are
equipment facilities, maintenance
facilities, material laboratories,
and traffic management centers.
Ancillary equipment associated with
the management of transportation
systems such as loop detectors,
closed-circuit television cameras,
and transportation management
systems field elements are not
deemed specialty building
facilities and are not funded from
this item.


2660-303-0890--For capital outlay, Department
of Transportation, specialty building
facilities, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund.......................................... 1,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway
Transportation.............. 1,000
(a) State Highway
Operation and
Protection
Program........ (1,000)
Provisions:
1. For the purpose of this item,
specialty building facilities are
equipment facilities, maintenance
facilities, material laboratories,
and traffic management centers.
Ancillary equipment associated with
the management of transportation
systems such as loop detectors,
closed-circuit television cameras,
and transportation management systems
field elements are not deemed
specialty building facilities and are
not funded from this item.


2660-304-6043--For capital outlay, Department
of Transportation, non-State Transportation
Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the
High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund.......... 46,622,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Mass Transportation. 46,622,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred to Item
2660-104-6043. These transfers
shall require the prior
approval of the Department of
Finance.


2660-304-6055--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the Corridor
Mobility Improvement Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............ 631,118,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway
Transportation...... 631,118,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available
for allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation
until June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item
may be transferred to Item 2660-
104-6055. These transfers shall
require the prior approval of
the Department of Finance.


2660-304-6056--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the Trade Corridors
Improvement Fund.......................... 815,861,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway
Transportation...... 241,907,000
(2) 30-Mass
Transportation...... 573,954,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available
for allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available
for encumbrance and liquidation
until June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item may be
transferred intraschedule or to
Item 2660-104-6056. These
transfers shall require the
prior approval of the Department
of Finance.


2660-304-6059--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, payable
from the Public Transportation,
Modernization, Improvement, and Service
Enhancement Account, Highway Safety,
Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006..................... 117,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Mass
Transportation...... 117,000,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available
for allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation
until June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item
may be transferred to Item 2660-
104-6059. These transfers shall
require the prior approval of
the Department of Finance.


2660-304-6060--For capital outlay, Department
of Transportation, non-State Transportation
Improvement Program (STIP), payable from the
State-Local Partnership Program Account,
Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006....... 68,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway
Transportation......... 68,000,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available for
allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation until
June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in
this item may be transferred to
Item 2660-104-6060. These transfers
shall require the prior approval of
the Department of Finance.


2660-304-6072--For capital outlay,
Department of Transportation, non-State
Transportation Improvement Program
(STIP), payable from the State Route 99
Account, Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006.............................. 391,928,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway
Transportation...... 391,928,000
Provisions:
1. These funds shall be available
for allocation by the California
Transportation Commission until
June 30, 2013, and available for
encumbrance and liquidation
until June 30, 2017.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated in this item
may be transferred to Item 2660-
104-6072. These transfers shall
require the prior approval of
the Department of Finance.


2660-311-0042--For capital outlay, Department
of Transportation, payable from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation Fund.... 8,716,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Highway Transportation. 8,716,0
00
(a) 20.20.101-
Eureka
District 1
Office
Renovation-
-
Construction
............ 8,716,000
Provisions:
1. For Program 20-- Highway
Transportation. Upon approval of the
Department of Finance, up to 20
percent of the funds appropriated in
this item may be transferred from
Item 2660-301-0042 or 2660-302-0042
to enable the California
Transportation Commission to allocate
supplemental funds to this project.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the project in this item
shall be subject to administrative
oversight by the State Public Works
Board.


2660-399-0042--For the Department of
Transportation, for final cost accounting
of projects for which appropriations have
expired, for state operations, local
assistance, or capital outlay, payable
from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund. Funds appropriated
in this item shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2012........... 5,000,000


2660-399-0890--For the Department of
Transportation, for state operations, local
assistance, or capital outlay, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund...................... 5,000,000
Provisions:
1. $5,000,000 is available for
Corridor Improvement and Formula
Section 163 grants.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in this
item may be transferred to Item
2660-001-0890, 2660-101-0890, 2660-
102-0890, 2660-301-0890, or 2660-
302-0890. These transfers shall
require the prior approval of the
Department of Finance.


2660-402--Before allocating projects in
the 2011-12 fiscal year that would result
in the issuance of notes pursuant to
Section 14553 of the Government Code
exceeding $800,000,000, the California
Transportation Commission shall consult
with the Business, Transportation and
Housing Agency, the Department of
Transportation, and the Department of
Finance pursuant to Section 14553.8 of
the Government Code to consider and
determine the appropriateness of the
mechanism authorized by Section 14553 of
the Government Code in comparison to
other funding mechanisms, and to
determine and report to the Governor and
the Legislature the effect of issuance of
the notes on future federal funding
commitments. Allocations above
$800,000,000 shall not be made prior to
providing 60 days' notice to the
chairpersons of the transportation
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee.


2660-491--Reappropriation, Department of
Transportation. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, the unliquidated encumbrances for the
appropriations provided in the following citations are
reappropriated until June 30, 2012. The unencumbered
balance shall not be available for encumbrance.
0042-- State Highway Account
(1) Item 2660-301-0042, Budget Act of 2000
(Ch. 52, Stats. 2000)
(2) Item 2660-001-0042, Budget Act of 2001
(Ch. 106, Stats. 2001), as
reappropriated by Item 2660-492,
Budget Act of 2002 (Ch. 379, Stats.
2002), Budget Act of 2003 (Ch. 157,
Stats. 2003), Budget Act of 2004 (Ch.
208, Stats. 2004), Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005), Budget
Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats.
2006), Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171
and 172, Stats. 2007), Budget Act of
2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008),
20.10-Highway Transportation-- Capital
Outlay Support, up to $3,788,314 for
the Project Resourcing and Schedule
Management System.
(3) Item 2660-301-0042, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(4) Item 2660-302-0042, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(5) Item 2660-301-0042, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(6) Item 2660-302-0042, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(7) Item 2660-301-0042, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)
(8) Item 2660-302-0042, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)
(9) Item 2660-001-0042, Budget Act of 2006
(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006), as
reappropriated by Item 2660-492,
Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172,
Stats. 2007), Budget Act of 2008 (Chs.
268 and 269, Stats. 2008), 20.10-
Highway Transportation-- Capital
Outlay Support, up to $4,515,000 for
the Project Resourcing and Schedule
Management System.
(10) Item 2660-303-0042, Budget Act of 2006
(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)
0046-- Public Transportation Account, State
Transportation Fund
(1) Item 2660-302-0046, Budget Act of 2006
(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)
0890-- Federal Trust Fund
(1) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(2) Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of

2003 (Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(3) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(4) Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)


2660-493--Reappropriation, Department of
Transportation. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, the appropriations in the following citations are
reappropriated to enable the collection of outstanding
federal reimbursements as of the end of June 30, 2012.
These appropriations are not available for encumbrance
or liquidation and shall revert on June 30, 2012.
0890-- Federal Trust Fund
(1) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 1998
(Ch. 324, Stats. 1998)
(2) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)
(3) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 1999
(Ch. 50, Stats. 1999)
(4) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2000
(Ch. 52, Stats. 2000)
(5) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of
2000 (Ch. 52, Stats. 2000)
(6) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2001
(Ch. 106, Stats. 2001)
(7) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2001
(Ch. 106, Stats. 2001)
(8) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2002
(Ch. 379, Stats. 2002)
(9) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(10) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(11) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2002
(Ch. 379, Stats. 2002)
(12) Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2002
(Ch. 379, Stats. 2002)
(12.5) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(12.6) Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(13) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(14) Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(15) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)
(16) Item 2660-301-0890, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)
(17) Item 2660-302-0890, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005)
(18) Item 2660-001-0890, Budget Act of 2006
(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)


2660-495--Reversion, Department of
Transportation. As of June 30, 2011, the
unallocated balances of the appropriations
provided in the following citations shall
revert to the funds from which the
appropriations were made:
6055-- Corridor Mobility Improvement
Account
(1) Item 2660-104-6055, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-304-6055, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(3) Item 2660-104-6055, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(4) Item 2660-304-6055, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(5) Item 2660-104-6055, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(6) Item 2660-304-6055, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
6056-- Trade Corridors Improvement Fund
(1) Item 2660-104-6056, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(2) Item 2660-304-6056, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(3) Item 2660-104-6056, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(4) Item 2660-304-6056, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
6058-- Transportation Financing Account
(1) Item 2660-104-6058, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-304-6058, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(3) Item 2660-104-6058, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(4) Item 2660-304-6058, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
6059-- Public Transportation
Modernization, Improvement, and Service
Enhancement Account
(1) Item 2660-104-6059, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-304-6059, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(3) Item 2660-104-6059, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(4) Item 2660-304-6059, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(5) Item 2660-104-6059, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(6) Item 2660-304-6059, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
6060-- State-Local Partnership Program
Account
(1) Item 2660-104-6060, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(2) Item 2660-304-6060, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(3) Item 2660-104-6060, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(4) Item 2660-304-6060, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
6062-- Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit
Account
(1) Item 2660-104-6062, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-104-6062, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(3) Item 2660-104-6062, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. l, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
6063-- Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety
Account
(1) Item 2660-104-6063, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-304-6063, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(3) Item 2660-104-6063, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(4) Item 2660-304-6063, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
6064-- Highway Safety, Rehabilitation, and
Preservation Account (Traffic Light
Synchronization Program)
(1) Item 2660-104-6064, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-104-6064, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
6064-- Highway Safety, Rehabilitation, and
Preservation Account (non-State
Transportation Improvement Program)
(1) Item 2660-304-6064, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-304-6064, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(3) Item 2660-304-6064, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
6072-- State Route 99 Account
(1) Item 2660-104-6072, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) Item 2660-304-6072, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(3) Item 2660-104-6072, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(4) Item 2660-304-6072, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(5) Item 2660-104-6072, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(6) Item 2660-304-6072, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)


2665-004-6043--For support of High-Speed
Rail Authority, payable in accordance with
and from the proceeds of the Safe, Reliable
High-Speed Passenger Train Bond Act for the
21st Century, payable from the High-Speed
Passenger Train Bond Fund.................... 5,995,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Administration.......... 5,995,000
(2) 20-Program Management and
Oversight Contracts........ 0
(3) 30-Public Information and
Communications Contracts... 0
(4) 40-Fiscal and Other
External Contracts......... 0
Provisions:
1. Of the funds provided in this item
for contracts, the High-Speed Rail
Authority shall ensure that all
deliverables and services included
in contracts between the authority
and each of its contractors are
completed to the level prescribed by
the contract as a requirement for
payment by the authority to the
contractor. It is the intent of the
Legislature that this section does
not prohibit the High-Speed Rail
Authority from working with
contractors in the management of
these contracts.
2. Of the amount provided in Schedule
(1), $100,000 shall be made
available to support the operation
of the independent peer review group
established pursuant to Section
185035 of the Public Utilities Code.
3. The Department of Finance, High-
Speed Rail Authority, and the
Department of Transportation
(Caltrans) shall jointly report to
the members of the appropriate
subcommittees of the Assembly
Committee on Budget and the Senate
Committee on Budget and Fiscal
Review by May 1, 2011, on
whether there are opportunities to
use existing state resources and
staff, rather than contracting out,
to advance the high-speed rail
system development.


2665-401--A memorandum of understanding
(MOU) that identifies state capital
outlay construction expenditures in
excess of $2,500,000 shall be subject to
appropriation for the elements covered by
the MOU and contingent on the (1) review
and reporting by the peer review group of
the segment of financing plan for the
applicable segment and (2) completion of
the project-level environmental impact
report for the applicable segment.


2670-001-0290--For support of Board of Pilot
Commissioners for the Bays of San Francisco,
San Pablo, and Suisun, payable from the
Board of Pilot Commissioners' Special Fund... 2,190,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.01-Support.............. 1,061,000
(2) 10.03-Training............. 1,129,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
may include revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


2700-001-0044--For support of Office of
Traffic Safety, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund............. 428,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Traffic
Safety................. 59,952,000
(2) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 2700-001-0890)... -59,524,000


2700-001-0890--For support of Office of
Traffic Safety, for payment to Item 2700-
001-0044, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund....................................... 59,524,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, federal
funds appropriated in this
item but not encumbered or
expended by June 30, 2012, may
be expended in the 2012-13
fiscal year.


2700-101-0890--For local assistance,
Office of Traffic Safety, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund......................... 36,993,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, federal
funds appropriated in this
item but not encumbered or
expended by June 30, 2012,
may be expended in the 2012-13
fiscal year.


2720-001-0042--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, for
payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable
from the State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund....................... 59,746,000


2720-001-0044--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, payable
from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund....................... 1,698,669,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Traffic 1,658,336,00
Management.......... 0
(2) 20-Regulation and
Inspection.......... 193,731,000
(3) 30-Vehicle
Ownership Security.. 43,194,000
(4) 40.01-
Administration...... 230,925,000
(5) 40.02-Distributed
Administration...... -230,304,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -112,510,000
(7) Amount payable from
the State Highway
Account (Item 2720-
001-0042)........... -59,746,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Motor Carriers
Safety Improvement
Fund (Item 2720-001-
0293)............... -2,054,000
(9) Amount payable from
the California
Motorcyclist Safety
Fund (Item 2720-001-
0840)............... -2,278,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 2720-001-
0890)............... -18,296,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Hazardous
Substance Account,
Special Deposit
Fund (Item 2720-001-
0942)............... -213,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Asset
Forfeiture Account,
Special Deposit
Fund (Item 2720-011-
0942)............... -2,116,000
Provisions:
1. On March 1, 2012, and each March
1 thereafter until the
project is fully implemented,
the Department of the California
Highway Patrol shall report the
status of the California Highway
Patrol Enhanced Radio System to
the appropriate fiscal and
policy committees of the
Legislature and the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee. At
a minimum, each report shall
include all of the following:
(a) a revised estimate of total
project costs and activities, by
fiscal year, including separate
reporting on the categories of
mobiles, portables, remote site
equipment, Department of General
Services costs, and other, (b) a
description of any changes in
the project scope including the
type and number of hardware
units needed, and changes to the
frequencies used, and (c) a
description of any adverse
effects to interoperability
caused by changes in usage of
new technology by local agencies
or other state agencies.
2. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, $7,000,000 may be
directed to increase the
Department of the California
Highway Patrol's support for
police and sheriffs in antigang
activities.


2720-001-0293--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, for
payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable
from the Motor Carriers Safety
Improvement Fund.......................... 2,054,000


2720-001-0840--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, for
payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable
from the California Motorcyclist Safety
Fund...................................... 2,278,000


2720-001-0890--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, for
payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 18,296,000


2720-001-0942--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, for
payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable
from the Hazardous Substance Account,
Special Deposit Fund...................... 213,000


2720-003-0044--For support of Department of
the California Highway Patrol, for rental
payments on lease-revenue bonds, payable
from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund.......................... 948,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 947,000
(2) Insurance.................. 2,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
pursuant to Section 4.30.


2720-011-0044--For Department of the
California Highway Patrol, for
augmentation to fund tactical alerts for
declared emergencies and immediate threats
to public safety as determined by the
Commissioner of the California Highway
Patrol, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund......... (10,000,000)
Provisions:
1. For the purpose of this item,
a tactical alert occurs when
officers are placed on 12-hour
shifts to enhance emergency
preparedness and emergency
response.
2. Not later than December 31 of
each year, the Department of
the California Highway Patrol
shall submit a report to the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee and to the
appropriate fiscal and policy
committees of each house of
the Legislature on the
activities and the
expenditures for the previous
year for tactical alerts.


2720-011-0942--For support of Department
of the California Highway Patrol, for
payment to Item 2720-001-0044, payable
from the Asset Forfeiture Account,
Special Deposit Fund...................... 2,116,000


2720-012-0903--For transfer by the
Controller from the State Penalty Fund to
the California Motorcyclist Safety Fund... (250,000)


2720-021-0044--For Department of the
California Highway Patrol, for advance
authority for the department to incur
automotive equipment purchase obligations
in an amount not to exceed $5,000,000
during the 2011-12 fiscal year, for
delivery beginning in the 2012-13 fiscal
year, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund........ (5,000,000)


2720-101-0974--For local assistance,
Department of the California Highway
Patrol, payable from the Peace Officer
Memorial Foundation Fund.................. 300,000


2720-301-0044--For capital outlay, Department
of the California Highway Patrol, payable
from the Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund........................... 50,388,000
Schedule:
(1) 50.04.004-California
Highway Patrol
Enhanced Radio System:
Replace Towers and
Vaults-- Acquisition... 200,000
(2) 50.04.005-California
Highway Patrol
Enhanced Radio System:
Replace Towers and
Vaults, Phase 2--
Acquisition and
construction........... 12,296,000
(3) 50.57.507-Santa Fe
Springs: Replacement
Facility--
Construction........... 19,575,000
(4) 50.63.603-Oceanside:
Replacement Facility--
Construction........... 18,317,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in
Schedule (2) shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2015. In
addition, the balance of funds
appropriated in Schedule (2) that
has not been allocated, through
fund transfer or approval to
proceed to bid, by the Department
of Finance on or before June 30,
2013, shall revert as of that date.


2720-495--Reversion, Department of the
California Highway Patrol. As of June 30,
2011, the amounts specified below of the
appropriations provided in the following
citation shall revert to the balances of the
funds from which the appropriations were
made:
0044-- Motor Vehicle Account, State
Transportation Fund
(1) Item 2720-301-0044, Budget Act of
2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) 50.04.005-California
Highway Patrol
Enhanced Radio System:
Replace Towers and
Vault, Phase 2--
Preliminary plans and
working drawings....... 157,000


2740-001-0042--For support of Department
of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item
2740-001-0044, payable from the State
Highway Account, State Transportation
Fund...................................... 47,201,000


2740-001-0044--For support of Department
of Motor Vehicles, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Account, State Transportation
Fund...................................... 525,115,000
Schedule:
(1) 11-Vehicle/Vessel
Identification and
Compliance.......... 508,934,000
(2) 22-Driver Licensing
and Personal
Identification...... 244,286,000
(3) 25-Driver Safety.... 116,646,000
(4) 32-Occupational
Licensing and
Investigative
Services............ 49,659,000
(5) 35-New Motor
Vehicle Board....... 2,036,000
(6) 41.01-
Administration...... 103,439,000
(7) 41.02-Distributed
Administration...... -103,439,000
(8) Reimbursements...... -13,887,000
(9) Amount payable from
the State Highway
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 2740-001-
0042)............... -47,201,000
(10) Amount payable from
the New Motor
Vehicle Board
Account (Item 2740-
001-0054)........... -2,036,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
License Fee
Account,
Transportation Tax
Fund (Item 2740-001-
0064)............... -325,053,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Harbors and
Watercraft
Revolving Fund
(Item 2740-001-
0516)............... -4,252,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 2740-001-
0890)............... -3,832,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Gold Star
Family License
Plate Account (Item
2740-001-3162)...... -185,000
Provisions:
1. No later than December 31 of
each year up to and including
2014, the Department of Motor
Vehicles shall report to the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee and the policy
committees on transportation of
both houses of the Legislature
on all of the following
concerning the Information
Technology Modernization
project: (a) planned milestone
completion dates versus actual
milestone completion dates, (b)
planned expenditures by phase
versus actual expenditures by
phase, and (c) description of
adherence to scope and reasons
for any changes.


2740-001-0054--For support of Department
of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item
2740-001-0044, payable from the New Motor
Vehicle Board Account..................... 2,036,000


2740-001-0064--For support of Department
of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item
2740-001-0044, payable from the Motor
Vehicle License Fee Account,
Transportation Tax Fund................... 325,053,000


2740-001-0516--For support of Department of
Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item 2740-
001-0044, payable from the Harbors and
Watercraft Revolving Fund................... 4,252,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are for undocumented vessel
registration and fee collection.


2740-001-0890--For support of Department
of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item
2740-001-0044, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................ 3,832,000


2740-001-3162--For support of Department
of Motor Vehicles, for payment to Item
2740-001-0044, payable from the Gold Star
Family License Plate Account, Specialized
License Plate Fund........................ 185,000


2740-011-0044--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Motor Vehicle Account,
State Transportation Fund to the General
Fund....................................... (71,600,000)
Provisions:
1. The funds transferred in this
item are the moneys from
revenues that are not
protected by Article XIX of
the California Constitution.


2740-301-0042--For capital outlay,
Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment
to Item 2740-301-0044, payable from the
State Highway Account, State
Transportation Fund....................... 39,000


2740-301-0044--For capital outlay, Department
of Motor Vehicles, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund.... 383,000
Schedule:
(1) 71.31.010-Grass Valley
Field Office Replacement
Project-- Preliminary plans. 648,000
(2) Amount payable from the
State Highway Account,
State Transportation Fund
(Item 2740-301-0042)........ -39,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Motor Vehicle License Fee
Account, Transportation Tax
Fund (Item 2740-301-0064)... -226,000


2740-301-0064--For capital outlay,
Department of Motor Vehicles, for payment
to Item 2740-301-0044, payable from the
Motor Vehicle License Fee Account,

Transportation Tax Fund................... 226,000

NATURAL RESOURCES


3110-001-0140--For support of Special
Resources Program, Program 30-- Sea Grant
Program, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund.......... 200,000


3110-101-0071--For local assistance,
Special Resources Program, Program 20--
Yosemite Foundation, payable from the
Yosemite Foundation Account, California
Environmental License Plate Fund............ 840,000
Provisions:
1. There is hereby appropriated to the
Special Resources Program for
allocation by the Controller to the
Yosemite Foundation all moneys
deposited in the account for
activities authorized pursuant to
Section 5064 of the Vehicle Code.


3125-001-0001--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140............................. 193,000


3125-001-0005--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140, payable from the Safe
Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean
Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund..... 15,000


3125-001-0140--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund.. 3,241,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Tahoe Conservancy.. 6,640,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -469,000
(2.5) Less funding provided
by capital outlay..... -876,000
(3) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 3125-001-0001).. -193,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and
Coastal Protection
Bond Fund (Item 3125-
001-0005)............. -15,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Habitat
Conservation Fund
(Item 3125-001-0262).. -107,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Lake Tahoe
Conservancy Account
(Item 3125-001-0286).. -1,013,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Tahoe Conservancy
Fund (Item 3125-001-
0568)................. -214,000
(7.5) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3125-001-
0890)................. -215,000
(8) Amount payable from
the California Clean
Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood
Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund (Item
3125-001-6029)........ -35,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of
2002 (Item 3125-001-
6031)................. -167,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood
Control, River and
Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006 (Item
3125-001-6051)........ -95,000


3125-001-0262--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140, payable from the Habitat
Conservation Fund......................... 107,000


3125-001-0286--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140, payable from the Lake
Tahoe Conservancy Account................. 1,013,000


3125-001-0568--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item 3125-
001-0140, payable from the Tahoe
Conservancy Fund............................ 214,000
Provisions:
1. Of this amount, pursuant to Section
66908.3 of the Government Code, the
California Tahoe Conservancy
shall pay $38,200 to the County of
Placer and $15,300 to the County of
El Dorado.
2. Fifty percent of the amounts
pursuant to Provision 1 shall be
used by the Counties of Placer and
El Dorado for soil erosion control
projects in the Lake Tahoe region,
as defined in Section 66905.5 of
the Government Code.


3125-001-0890--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................ 215,000


3125-001-6029--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140, payable from the
California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund........................... 35,000


3125-001-6031--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140, payable from the Water
Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal
and Beach Protection Fund of 2002......... 167,000


3125-001-6051--For support of California
Tahoe Conservancy, for payment to Item
3125-001-0140, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 95,000


3340-001-0001--For support of California
Conservation Corps.......................... 33,282,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Training and Work
Program............... 62,737,000
(2) 20.01-Administration.. 7,778,000
(3) 20.02-Distributed
Administration........ -7,778,000
(5) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental License
Plate Fund (Item 3340-
001-0140)............. -312,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Collins-Dugan
California
Conservation Corps
Reimbursement Account
(Item 3340-001-0318).. -28,683,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water
Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River
and Coastal
Protection Fund of
2006 (Item 3340-001-
6051)................. -460,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, $2,725,000 shall be
available for use by the
California Conservation Corps to
respond to natural disasters and
other emergencies, including the
fighting of forest fires. The
Director of Finance may adjust
this amount to the extent
indicated by corrections
identified by the director in the
reports of the past expenditures
of the California Conservation
Corps upon which the amounts
appropriated by this item are
based. The Director of Finance
shall notify the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee at least 30 days prior
to making that adjustment.
2. To the extent that funds in excess
of the amount identified in
Provision 1 are necessary in order
for the California Conservation
Corps to respond to one or more
emergencies declared by the
Governor, the Department of
Finance shall transfer, from the
funds available pursuant to
Section 8690.6 of the Government
Code, an amount not to exceed
$1,500,000 as necessary to fund
that response. If, after the
Department of Finance has
transferred funds pursuant to this
provision, the California
Conservation Corps receives
reimbursements or other amounts in
payment of its costs of response
to one or more declared
emergencies, those amounts shall
be deposited in the General Fund.


3340-001-0140--For support of the
California Conservation Corps, for
payment to Item 3340-001-0001, payable
from the California Environmental License
Plate Fund................................ 312,000


3340-001-0318--For support of California
Conservation Corps, for payment to Item
3340-001-0001, payable from the Collins-
Dugan California Conservation Corps
Reimbursement Account...................... 28,683,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 14316
of the Public Resources
Code, the Department of
Finance may make a loan from
the General Fund to the
Collins-Dugan California
Conservation Corps
Reimbursement Account for the
purposes of this item, in the
amount of 25 percent of the
reimbursements anticipated in
the Collins-Dugan California
Conservation Corps
Reimbursement Account to be
received by the California
Conservation Corps from each
client agency, not to exceed
an aggregate total of
$7,170,750 to meet cashflow
needs due to delays in
collecting reimbursements. Any
loan made by the Department of
Finance pursuant to this
provision shall only be made
if the California Conservation
Corps has a valid contract or
certification signed by the
client agency, which
demonstrates that sufficient
funds will be available to
repay the loan. All moneys so
transferred shall be repaid to
the General Fund as soon as
possible, but not later than
one year from the date of the
loan. On and after a date of
90 days after the end of that
year, the Department of
Finance shall charge interest
to the California
Conservation Corps, at the
rate earned in the Pooled
Money Investment Account, on
any portion of the loan that
has not been repaid.
2. Notwithstanding Sections 28.00
and 28.50, the Department of
Finance may augment this item
to reflect increases in
reimbursements in the Collins-
Dugan California Conservation
Corps Reimbursement Account
received from (1) another
officer, department, division,
bureau, or other agency of the
state, or (2) a local
government, the federal
government, or nonprofit
organizations that has
requested emergency services
from the California
Conservation Corps after it
has notified the Legislature
through a letter to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee.
Any augmentation that is
deemed to be necessary on a
permanent basis shall be
submitted for review as a part
of the regular budget
process.


3340-001-6051--For support of California
Conservation Corps, for payment to Item
3340-001-0001, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 460,000


3340-003-0001--For support of California
Conservation Corps, for rental payments on
lease-revenue bonds.......................... 1,798,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 1,796,000
(2) Insurance.................. 3,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


3340-011-0318--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Collins-Dugan California
Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account
to the General Fund as a loan.............. (10,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $10,000,000 as
a loan to the General Fund,
which shall be repaid by June
30, 2014. The Director of
Finance shall order the
repayment of all or a portion
of this loan if he or she
determines that either of the
following circumstances
exists: (a) the account from
which the loan was made has a
need for the moneys or (2)
there is no longer a need for
the moneys in the fund or
account that received the
loan. This loan shall be
repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer.


3360-001-0044--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Motor Vehicle
Account, State Transportation Fund........ 140,000


3360-001-0381--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Public Interest
Research, Development, and Demonstration
Fund....................................... 43,300,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision
(a) of Section 1.80, funds
appropriated in this item
shall be available for
expenditure during the 2011-12
and 2012-13 fiscal years.
2. Notwithstanding Section
16304.1 of the Government
Code, funds appropriated in
this item shall be available
for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30,
2017.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law other than
the provisions of this item,
funds appropriated in this
item may be used by the State
Energy Resources Conservation
and Development Commission to
provide grants, loans, or
repayable research contracts.
The commission may use a high-
point scoring method in lieu
of lowest cost when evaluating
proposals. The commission
shall determine repayment
terms.


3360-001-0382--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Renewable Resource
Trust Fund................................ 5,314,000


3360-001-0465--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, payable from the Energy
Resources Programs Account................. 60,579,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Regulatory and
Planning............ 37,503,000
(2) 20-Energy Resources
Conservation........ 61,381,000
(3) 30-Development...... 211,735,000
(4) 40.01-Policy,
Management, and
Administration...... 22,261,000
(5) 40.02-Distributed
Policy, Management,
and Administration.. -22,261,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -5,820,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 3360-001-
0044)............... -140,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Public Interest
Research,
Development, and
Demonstration Fund
(Item 3360-001-
0381)............... -43,300,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Renewable
Resource Trust Fund
(Item 3360-001-
0382)............... -5,314,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Energy
Technologies
Research,
Development, and
Demonstration
Account (Item 3360-
001-0479)........... -448,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Local
Government
Geothermal
Resources Revolving
Subaccount,
Geothermal
Resources
Development Account
(Item 3360-001-
0497)............... -307,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3360-001-
0890)............... -57,594,000
(13) Amount payable
from the Energy
Facility License
and Compliance Fund
(Item 3360-001-
3062)............... -7,003,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Natural Gas
Subaccount, Public
Interest Research,
Development, and
Demonstration Fund
(Item 3360-001-
3109)............... -24,000,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Alternative and
Renewable Fuel and
Vehicle Technology
Fund (Item 3360-
001-3117)........... -106,114,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1
of the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item for
the Energy Technology Export
Program shall be available for
liquidation of encumbrances
until June 30, 2015.


3360-001-0479--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Energy
Technologies Research, Development and
Demonstration Account..................... 448,000


3360-001-0497--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Local Government
Geothermal Resources Revolving
Subaccount, Geothermal Resources
Development Account....................... 307,000


3360-001-0890--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Federal Trust Fund. 57,594,000


3360-001-3062--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Energy Facility
License and Compliance Fund............... 7,003,000


3360-001-3109--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Natural Gas
Subaccount, Public Interest Research,
Development, and Demonstration Fund........ 24,000,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision
(a) of Section 1.80, funds
appropriated in this item
shall be available for
expenditure during the 2011-12
and 2012-13 fiscal years.
2. Notwithstanding Section
16304.1 of the Government
Code, funds appropriated in
this item shall be available
for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30,
2017.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law other than
the provisions of this item,
funds appropriated in this
item may be used by the Energy
Resources Conservation and
Development Commission to
provide grants, loans, or
repayable research contracts.
The commission may use a high-
point scoring method in lieu
of lowest cost when
evaluating proposals. The
commission shall determine
repayment terms.
4. The Department of Finance may
adjust the amounts transferred
by this item pursuant to
statewide budget adjustments
made pursuant to authorities
contained in this act.


3360-001-3117--For support of Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, for payment to Item 3360-001-
0465, payable from the Alternative and
Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund. 106,114,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision
(a) of Section 1.80, funds
appropriated in this item
shall be available for
expenditure during the 2011-12
and 2012-13 fiscal years.
2. Notwithstanding Section
16304.1 of the Government
Code, funds appropriated in
this item shall be available
for liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30,
2017.


3360-011-3015--For transfer by the
Controller from the Gas Consumption
Surcharge Fund to the Natural Gas
Subaccount, Public Interest Research,
Development, and Demonstration Fund....... (24,000,000)


3360-101-0497--For local assistance, Energy
Resources Conservation and Development
Commission, pursuant to Section 3822 of the
Public Resources Code, payable from the
Local Government Geothermal Resources
Revolving Subaccount, Geothermal Resources
Development Account.......................... 1,250,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Development............. 1,250,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item
shall be available for expenditure
until June 30, 2013.
2. Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of
the Government Code, funds
appropriated in this item shall be
available for liquidation until June
30, 2015.


3360-401--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of
Item 3360-011-0382 of the Budget Act of
2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 Third Extraordinary
Session, as revised by Chapter 1 of the
2009-10 Fourth Extraordinary Session),
the $35,000,000 loan authorized by that
item shall be fully repaid to the
Renewable Resource Trust Fund on July 1,
2012.


3360-490--Reappropriation, Energy Resources
Conservation and Development Commission.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law,
the period to liquidate encumbrance of the
following citation is extended to June 30,
2015:
3117-- Alternative and Renewable Fuel and
Vehicle Technology Fund
(1) Item 3360-001-3117, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, Stats. 2009)


3360-491--Reappropriation, Energy Resources
Conservation and Development Commission.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law,
the period to liquidate encumbrance of the
following citation is extended to June 30,
2016:
3117-- Alternative and Renewable Fuel and
Vehicle Technology Fund
(1) Item 3360-001-3117, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)


3360-495--Reversion, Energy Resources
Conservation and Development Commission. As of
June 30, 2012, the balances specified below of
the appropriations provided in the following
citations shall revert to the balance in the
fund from which the appropriations were made:
3117-- Alternative and Renewable Fuel and
Vehicle Technology Fund
(1) $16,250,000 from Item 3360-001-3117,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)


3460-001-0001--For support of Colorado River Board
of California........................................ 0
Schedule:
(1) 10-Protection of
California's Colorado
River Rights and Interests. 1,587,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,587,000


3480-001-0001--For support of Department of
Conservation.................................. 4,599,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Geologic Hazards
and Mineral Resources
Conservation........... 23,978,000
(2) 20-Oil, Gas, and
Geothermal Resources... 28,668,000
(3) 30-Land Resource
Protection............. 7,526,000
(4) 40.01-Administration... 10,457,000
(5) 40.02-Distributed
Administration......... -10,457,000
(6) 60-Office of Mine
Reclamation............ 8,292,000
(7) Reimbursements......... -8,989,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Surface Mining and
Reclamation Account
(Item 3480-001-0035)... -2,236,000
(9) Amount payable from
the State Highway
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 3480-001-0042)... -12,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Soil Conservation
Fund (Item 3480-001-
0141).................. -2,611,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Hazardous and Idle-
Deserted Well
Abatement Fund
(Section 3206 of the
Public Resources Code). -100,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Mine Reclamation
Account (Item 3480-001-
0336).................. -4,288,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Strong Motion
Instrumentation and
Seismic Hazards
Mapping Fund (Item
3480-001-0338)......... -8,937,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 3480-001-0890)... -2,503,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Bosco-Keene
Renewable Resources
Investment Fund (Item
3480-001-0940)......... -1,236,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Acute Orphan Well
Account, Oil, Gas, and
Geothermal
Administrative Fund
(Item 3480-001-3102)... -805,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Abandoned Mine
Reclamation and
Minerals Fund
Subaccount, Mine
Reclamation Account
(Item 3480-001-3025)... -530,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Oil, Gas, and
Geothermal
Administrative Fund
(Item 3480-001-3046)... -26,803,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Agriculture and
Open Space Mapping
Subaccount (Item 3480-
001-6004).............. -404,000
(20) Amount payable from

the California Clean
Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks,
and Coastal Protection
Fund (Item 3480-001-
6029).................. -503,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of
2002 (Item 3480-001-
6031).................. -1,334,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood
Control, River and
Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006 (Item
3480-001-6051)......... -2,574,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order of
the Department of Finance, the
Department of Conservation may
borrow sufficient funds, from
special funds that otherwise
provide support for the department,
to meet cashflow needs due to
delays in collecting
reimbursements. Any loan made by
the Department of Finance pursuant
to this provision may be made only
if the Department of Conservation
has a valid contract or
certification signed by the client
agency, which demonstrates that
sufficient funds will be available
to repay the loan. All moneys
so transferred shall be repaid to
the special fund as soon as
possible, but not later than one
year from the date of the loan.


3480-001-0035--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Surface Mining
and Reclamation Account................... 2,236,000


3480-001-0042--For support of Department of
Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-001-
0001, payable from the State Highway
Account, State Transportation Fund.......... 12,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are for the state's share of costs
of the California Institute of
Technology seismograph network.


3480-001-0141--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Soil
Conservation Fund......................... 2,611,000


3480-001-0336--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Mine
Reclamation Account....................... 4,288,000


3480-001-0338--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Strong-Motion
Instrumentation and Seismic Hazards
Mapping Fund.............................. 8,937,000


3480-001-0890--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund...................................... 2,503,000


3480-001-0940--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Bosco-Keene
Renewable Resources Investment Fund....... 1,236,000


3480-001-3025--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Abandoned Mine
Reclamation and Minerals Fund Subaccount,
Mine Reclamation Account.................. 530,000


3480-001-3046--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Oil, Gas, and
Geothermal Administrative Fund............ 26,803,000


3480-001-3102--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Acute Orphan
Well Account, Oil, Gas, and Geothermal
Administrative Fund....................... 805,000


3480-001-6004--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Agriculture
and Open Space Mapping Subaccount......... 404,000


3480-001-6029--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the California
Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood
Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund........ 503,000


3480-001-6031--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Water
Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal
and Beach Protection Fund of 2002......... 1,334,000


3480-001-6051--For support of Department
of Conservation, for payment to Item 3480-
001-0001, payable from the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006.............................. 2,574,000


3480-101-6029--For local assistance,
Department of Conservation, payable from
the California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection
Fund........................................ 2,486,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2014.


3480-101-6051--For local assistance,
Department of Conservation, Program 30--
Land Resource Protection, payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006.................... 26,800,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in
this item shall be available
for encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014.


3500-001-0100--For support of Department of
Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable from
the California Used Oil Recycling Fund...... 4,917,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision (d) of
Section 48653 of the Public
Resources Code, the aggregate of
appropriations from the California
Used Oil Recycling Fund may exceed
$3,000,000 during the 2011-12
fiscal year.


3500-001-0115--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the Air Pollution Control Fund....... 501,000


3500-001-0133--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery,
payable from the California Beverage
Container Recycling Fund................... 48,525,000
Schedule:
(1) 11-Waste
Reduction and
Management.......... 85,425,000
(2) 30.01-
Administration...... 14,353,000
(3) 30.02-Distributed
Administration...... -14,353,000
(4) 50-Beverage
Container Recycling
and Litter
Reduction........... 48,738,000
(5) Reimbursements...... -307,000
(6) Amount payable from
the California Used
Oil Recycling Fund
(Item 3500-001-
0100)............... -4,917,000
(7) Amount payable from
the California Used
Oil Recycling Fund
(paragraph (1) of
subdivision (a) of
Section 48653 of
the Public
Resources Code)..... -5,048,000
(8) Amount payable from
the California Used
Oil Recycling Fund
(paragraph (4) of
subdivision (a) of
Section 48653 of
the Public
Resources Code)..... -3,078,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
3500-001-0115)...... -501,000
(10) Amount payable from
the California Tire
Recycling
Management Fund
(Item 3500-001-
0226)............... -29,597,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Recycling
Market Development
Revolving Loan
Subaccount,
Integrated Waste
Management Account
(Item 3500-001-
0281)............... -890,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Solid Waste
Disposal Site
Cleanup Trust Fund
(Item 3500-001-
0386)............... -618,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Integrated
Waste Management
Account, Integrated
Waste Management
Fund (Item 3500-001-
0387)............... -34,334,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Integrated
Waste Management
Account, Integrated
Waste Management
Fund (Item 3500-006-
0387)............... -640,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Farm and Ranch
Solid Waste Cleanup
and Abatement
Account (Item 3500-
001-0558)........... -1,139,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3500-001-
0890)............... -63,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Rigid Container
Account (Item 3500-
001-3024)........... -167,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Electronic
Waste Recovery and
Recycling Account,
Integrated Waste
Management Fund
(Item 3500-001-
3065)............... -4,339,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon approval
and order of the Department of
Finance, the Department of
Resources Recycling and
Recovery may borrow sufficient
funds for cashflow needs from
special funds that otherwise
provide support for the
department. Any such loans are
to be repaid with interest at
the rate earned in the Pooled
Money Investment Account.


3500-001-0226--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the California Tire Recycling
Management Fund............................ 29,597,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item includes revenues
derived from the assessment of
fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18
of the Government Code.
2. Notwithstanding Section 42889
of the Public Resources Code,
expenditures for
administration of the Tire
Recycling Program may exceed
the limits set forth in
subdivisions (a) and (b) of
Section 42889 of the Public
Resources Code.


3500-001-0281--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the Recycling Market Development
Revolving Loan Subaccount, Integrated
Waste Management Account.................. 890,000


3500-001-0386--For support of Department of
Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable from
the Solid Waste Disposal Site Cleanup Trust
Fund........................................ 618,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 48020 of
the Public Resources Code,
expenditures for administration of
the Solid Waste Cleanup Trust Fund
Program may exceed the limits set
forth in subdivision (c) of Section
48020 of the Public Resources Code.


3500-001-0387--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the Integrated Waste Management
Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund.. 34,334,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item includes
revenues derived from the
assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified
in Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


3500-001-0558--For support of Department of
Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable from
the Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and
Abatement Account........................... 1,139,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 48100 of
the Public Resources Code,
expenditures for administration of
the Farm and Ranch Solid Waste
Cleanup and Abatement Grant Program
may exceed the limits set forth in
subparagraph (A) of paragraph (3)
of subdivision (c) of Section 48100
of the Public Resources Code.


3500-001-0890--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 63,000


3500-001-3024--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the Rigid Container Account.......... 167,000


3500-001-3065--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the Electronic Waste Recovery and
Recycling Account......................... 4,339,000


3500-003-0100--For transfer by the
Controller, upon notification by the
Department of Resources Recycling and
Recovery, of an amount not to exceed the
appropriation in this item, from the
California Used Oil Recycling Fund to the
Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and
Abatement Account pursuant to
subparagraph (A) of paragraph (2) of
subdivision (c) of Section 48100 of the
Public Resources Code..................... (266,000)


3500-003-0226--For transfer by the
Controller, upon notification by the
Department of Resources Recycling and
Recovery, of an amount not to exceed the
appropriation in this item, from the
California Tire Recycling Management Fund
to the Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup
and Abatement Account pursuant to
subparagraph (A) of paragraph (2) of
subdivision (c) of Section 48100 of the
Public Resources Code..................... (400,000)


3500-004-0387--For transfer by the
Controller from the Integrated Waste
Management Account, Integrated Waste
Management Fund, to the Solid Waste
Disposal Site Cleanup Trust Fund pursuant
to paragraph (1) of subdivision (c) of
Section 48027 of the Public Resources
Code...................................... (5,000,000)


3500-005-0387--For transfer by the
Controller, upon notification by the
Department of Resources Recycling and
Recovery, of an amount not to exceed the
appropriation in this item, from the
Integrated Waste Management Account,
Integrated Waste Management Fund, to the
Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and
Abatement Account pursuant to
subparagraph (A) of paragraph (2) of
subdivision (c) of Section 48100 of the
Public Resources Code..................... (334,000)


3500-006-0387--For support of Department
of Resources Recycling and Recovery, for
payment to Item 3500-001-0133, payable
from the Integrated Waste Management
Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund. 640,000


3500-011-0100--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the California Used Oil (2,500,00
Recycling Fund to the General Fund as a loan. 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $2,500,000 as a
loan to the General Fund, which
shall be repaid by June 30,
2014. The Director of Finance
shall order the repayment of
all or a portion of this
loan if he or she determines
that either of the following
circumstances exists: (a) The
fund or account from which the
loan was made has a need for
the moneys or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys in
the fund or account that
received the loan. This loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer.


3500-101-0226--For local assistance,
Department of Resources Recycling and
Recovery, payable from the California Tire
Recycling Management Fund.................. 13,617,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item includes revenues
derived from the assessment of
fines and penalties imposed as
specified in Section 13332.18
of the Government Code.


3500-101-0387--For local assistance,
Department of Resources Recycling and
Recovery, payable from the Integrated
Waste Management Account, Integrated
Waste Management Fund..................... 2,904,000


3500-401--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of
Item 3910-011-0226, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as
amended by Section 21 of Chapter 2 of the
2009-10 Third Extraordinary Session and
Item 3500-401 of Chapter 712 of the
Statutes of 2010, the $10,000,000 loan
authorized shall be fully repaid to the
California Tire Recycling Management Fund
no later than June 30, 2014.


3500-402--Notwithstanding Provisions 1
and 2 of Item 3910-004-0226, Budget Act
of 2003 (Ch. 157, Stats. 2003), as
amended by Chapter 2 of the 2009-10 Third
Extraordinary Session, the $17,097,000
loan authorized shall be fully repaid to
the California Tire Recycling Management
Fund no later than June 30, 2014.


3500-403--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of
Item 3910-004-0281, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003), as amended by
Chapter 2 of the 2009-10 Third
Extraordinary Session, the $1,853,000
loan authorized shall be fully repaid to
the Recycling Management Development
Revolving Loan Subaccount no later than
June 30, 2014. The Director of Finance
shall order the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he or she
determines that either of the following
circumstances exists: (a) the fund or
account from which the loan was made has
a need for the moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys in the fund
or account that received the loan.


3540-001-0001--For support of Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection................ 543,159,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Office of the
State Fire Marshal... 21,517,000
(2) 11-Fire Protection... 936,902,000
(3) 12-Resource
Management........... 53,000,000
(4) 13-Board of Forestry
and Fire Protection.. 449,000
(5) 20.01-Administration. 71,083,000
(6) 20.02-Distributed
Administration....... -67,806,000
(7) Reimbursements....... -284,387,000
(8) Less funding
provided by capital
outlay............... -15,960,000
(8.5) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 3540-005-0001). -2,760,000
(9) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 3540-006-0001). -121,000,000
(10) Amount payable from
the State Emergency
Telephone Number
Account (Item 3540-
001-0022)............ -3,009,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Unified Program
Account (Item 3540-
001-0028)............ -352,000
(12) Amount payable from
the State Fire
Marshal Licensing
and Certification
Fund (Item 3540-001-
0102)................ -2,723,000
(13) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental
License Plate Fund
(Item 3540-001-0140). -501,000
(14) Amount payable from
the California Fire
and Arson Training
Fund (Item 3540-001-
0198)................ -3,090,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Hazardous Liquid
Pipeline Safety Fund
(Item 3540-001-0209). -3,161,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Public Resources
Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
3540-001-0235)....... -356,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Professional
Forester
Registration Fund
(Item 3540-001-0300). -216,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3540-001-
0890)................ -23,558,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Forest Resources
Improvement Fund
(Item 3540-001-0928). -7,933,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Timber Tax Fund
(Item 3540-001-0965). -35,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Alternative and
Renewable Fuel and
Vehicle Technology
Fund (Item 3540-001-
3117)................ -1,503,000
(23) Amount payable from
the State Fire
Marshal Fireworks
Enforcement and
Disposal Fund (Item
3540-001-3120)....... -320,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Building
Standards
Administration
Special Revolving
Fund (Item 3540-001-
3144)................ -142,000
(25) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood
Control, River and
Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006
(Item 3540-001-6051). -980,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize the
temporary or permanent
redirection of funds from this
item for purposes of emergency
fire suppression and detection
costs and related emergency
refutation costs.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize a loan from
the General Fund, in an
amount not to exceed 35 percent
of reimbursements appropriated in
this item, to the Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection,
provided that:
(a) The loan is to meet cash
needs resulting from the
delay in receipt of
reimbursements for
services provided.
(b) The loan is for a short
term and shall be repaid
by September 30 of the
fiscal year following
that in which the loan
was authorized.
(c) Interest charges may be
waived pursuant to
subdivision (e) of
Section 16314 of the
Government Code.
(d) The Director of Finance
may not approve the loan
unless the approval is
made in writing and filed
with the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the
committees in each house
of the Legislature that
consider appropriations
not later than 30 days
prior to the effective
date of the approval, or
not sooner than whatever
lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.
3. The Director of Finance may
adjust amounts in Schedule (2)
to provide equivalent fire
protection base funding changes
to contract counties in
accordance with Section 4130 of
the Public Resources Code.
Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize a loan from
the General Fund to the
Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection to meet cash needs
resulting from the delay in
receipt of revenues into the
Emergency Response Fund, provided
that:
(a) The loan is for a short
term and shall be repaid
by December 31 of the
fiscal year following
that in which the loan
was authorized.
(b) Interest charges may be
waived pursuant to
subdivision (e) of
Section 16314 of the
Government Code.
(c) The Director of Finance
may not approve the loan
unless the approval is
made in writing and filed
with the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the
committees in each house
of the Legislature that
consider appropriations
not later than 30 days
prior to the effective
date of the approval, or
not sooner than whatever
lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.


3540-001-0022--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the State Emergency Telephone Number
Account................................... 3,009,000


3540-001-0028--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Unified Program Account.......... 352,000


3540-001-0102--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the State Fire Marshal Licensing and
Certification Fund........................ 2,723,000


3540-001-0140--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the California Environmental License
Plate Fund................................ 501,000


3540-001-0198--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the California Fire and Arson
Training Fund............................. 3,090,000



3540-001-0209--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the California Hazardous Liquid
Pipeline Safety Fund...................... 3,161,000


3540-001-0235--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Public Resources Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax
Fund...................................... 356,000


3540-001-0300--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Professional Forester
Registration Fund......................... 216,000


3540-001-0890--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 23,558,000


3540-001-0928--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Forest Resources Improvement
Fund...................................... 7,933,000


3540-001-0965--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Timber Tax Fund.................. 35,000


3540-001-3117--For support of Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection, for payment
to Item 3540-001-0001, payable from the
Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle
Technology Fund............................. 1,503,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection may
use moneys in the Alternative and
Renewable Fuel and Vehicle
Technology Fund to comply with
regulations of the State Air
Resources Board.


3540-001-3120--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the State Fire Marshal Fireworks
Enforcement and Disposal Fund............. 320,000


3540-001-3144--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Building Standards
Administration Special Revolving Fund..... 142,000


3540-001-6051--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001, payable
from the Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River
and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006....... 980,000


3540-003-0001--For support of Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection for rental
payments on lease-revenue bonds.............. 8,026,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 7,980,000
(2) Insurance.................. 47,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


3540-005-0001--For support of the
Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.. 2,760,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act
item for support of the Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection may
be augmented to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services. No augmentation shall be
made sooner than 30 days after the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee
has been notified in writing.


3540-006-0001--For support of Department
of Forestry and Fire Protection, for
payment to Item 3540-001-0001.............. 121,000,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item shall be available for
emergency fire suppression and
detection costs and related
emergency revegetation costs
and may be used for these
purposes to reimburse the main
support appropriation (Item
3540-001-0001) only upon
approval by the Director of
Finance. The funds shall be
used only for situations where
budgeted Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection
initial attack forces are
unable to cope with a wildland
fire emergency, for additional
fire detection capability and
prepositioning of resources
during periods of high fire
risk, or to respond to valid
requests for mutual aid by
another government authority.
The funds may also be used on
a reimbursable basis for
assistance-by-hire for fire
emergencies.
2. The Director of Forestry and
Fire Protection shall furnish
quarterly reports on
expenditures for emergency
fire suppression activities to
the Director of Finance, the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee, and the fiscal and
appropriate policy committees
of each house of the
Legislature. The Director of
Finance may authorize
expenditures in excess of the
amount appropriated in this
item by an amount necessary to
fund emergency fire
suppression costs. This
authorization shall occur not
less than 30 days after the
receipt by the Legislature of
the quarterly expenditure
report from the Department of
Forestry and Fire Protection,
or not sooner than whatever
lesser time the chairperson of
the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each
instance determine.


3540-101-6051--For local assistance,
Department of Forestry and Fire Protection,
Program 12-- Resource Management, payable
from the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Fund of 2006............. 2,399,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
shall be available for encumbrance
or expenditure until June 30, 2014.


3540-492--Reappropriation, Department of Forestry and
Fire Protection. The balances of the appropriations
provided in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the
limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for
in the appropriations:
0660-- Public Buildings Construction Fund
(1) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005), as
partially reappropriated by Item 3540-
491, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171 and
172, Stats. 2007), Item 3540-491, Budget
Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008), Item 3540-493, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), and Item 3540-492, Budget Act of
2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(3.1) 30.20.030-Harts Mill Forest
Fire Station: Relocate
Facility-- Construction
+
(2) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2006
(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006), as
partially reappropriated by Item 3540-
491, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171 and
172, Stats. 2007), Item 3540-491, Budget
Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269,
Stats. 2008), Item 3540-493, Budget Act
of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess.,
as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), and Item 3540-492, Budget Act of
2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(0.1) 30.10.005-Alma Helitack Base:
Replace Facility-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
(2) 30.20.135-Intermountain
Conservation Camp: Replace
Facility-- Preliminary plans,
working drawings, and
construction
(4) 30.30.195-Miramonte
Conservation Camp: Replace
Facility-- Working drawings
and construction
(5) 30.40.030-Academy: Construct
Dormitory Building and Expand
Messhall-- Preliminary plans,
working drawings, and
construction
(6) 30.40.170-Badger Forest Fire
Station: Replace Facility--
Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
+
(3) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
partially reappropriated by Item 3540-
491, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and
269, Stats. 2008), and Item 3540-493,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd
Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10
4th Ex. Sess.), and Item 3540-492,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(1) 30.10.195-Las Posadas Forest
Fire Station: Replace Facility-
- Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(2) 30.20.001-Fawn Lodge Forest
Fire Station: Replace Facility
and Install New Well--
Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(3) 30.20.006-Red Bluff Forest
Fire Station/ Unit
Headquarters: Replace Forest
Fire Station and Various Unit
Headquarters Buildings--
Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(4) 30.20.008-Westwood Forest Fire
Station: Replace Facility--
Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(5) 30.30.200-Paso Robles Forest
Fire Station: Replace Facility-
- Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(6) 30.20.230-Bieber Forest Fire
Station/Helitack Base:
Relocate Facility--
Acquisition, preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
(7) 30.20.245-Ishi Conservation
Camp: Replace Facility--
Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(8) 30.40.007-Growlersburg
Conservation Camp: Replace
Facility-- Preliminary plans,
working drawings, and
construction
+
(4) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as
partially reappropriated by Item 3540-
493, Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10
3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-
10 4th Ex. Sess.), and Item 3540-492,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(1) 30.10.170-Santa Clara Unit
Headquarters: Replace Facility-
- Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(2) 30.10.210-San Mateo/Santa Cruz
Unit Headquarters: Relocate
Automotive Shop-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings,
and construction
(3) 30.20.007-Vina Helitack Base:
Replace Facility-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
(4) 30.20.015-Garden Valley Forest
Fire Station: Replace Facility-
- Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(5) 30.20.205-Higgins Corner
Forest Fire Station: Replace
Facility-- Acquisition,
preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(6) 30.20.240-Siskiyou Unit
Headquarters: Replace Facility-
- Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(8) 30.30.160-South Operations
Area Headquarters: Relocate
Facility-- Acquisition,
working drawings, and
construction
(9) 30.30.195-Miramonte
Conservation Camp: Replace
Facility-- Construction
(10) 30.40.185-Madera-Mariposa-
Merced Unit Headquarters:
Replace Facility-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
(11) 30.40.225-Altaville Forest
Fire Station: Replace
Automotive Shop-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
+
(5) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), as partially reappropriated by
Item 3540-492, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch.
712, Stats. 2010)
(1) 30.10.215-Parlin Fork
Conservation Camp: Replace
Facility-- Preliminary plans,
working drawings, and
construction
(3) 30.10.250-Felton Fire
Station/Unit Headquarters:
Replace Facility-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
(4) 30.20.050-El Dorado Fire
Station, Service Warehouse:
Replace Facility-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
(5) 30.20.120-Butte Unit Fire
Station/Unit Headquarters:
Replace Facility-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
(7) 30.30.090-Cuesta Conservation
Camp/San Luis Obispo Unit Auto
Shop: Relocate Facilities--
Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(9) 30.40.165-Tuolumne-Calaveras
Service Center,
Administrative, Emergency
Command Center: Relocate
Facility-- Preliminary plans,
working drawings, and
construction
(11) 30.40.240-Gabilan Conservation
Camp: Replace Base Officers'
Quarters, Relocate Auto Shop,
Service Center-- Preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, the Department of Forestry and Fire
Protection is authorized to manage and
enter into contracts and other
agreements necessary for the design and
construction of the projects identified
in this item. These projects remain
subject to the review and capital outlay
oversight requirements of the State
Public Works Board and the Department of
Finance.
2. Notwithstanding Section 1.80, the funds
reappropriated in this item shall be
available for expenditure during the
2011-12 and 2012-13 fiscal years, except
appropriations for acquisitions which
shall be available for expenditure until
June 30, 2014, and appropriations for
construction which shall be available
for expenditure until June 30, 2016. In
addition, the balance of funds
appropriated for construction that have
not been allocated, through fund
transfer or approval to bid, by the
Department of Finance on or before June
30, 2014, shall revert as of that date
to the fund from which the appropriation
was made.


3540-493--Reappropriation, Department of Forestry
and Fire Protection. The balances of the
appropriations provided in the following citations
are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to
the limitations, unless otherwise specified,
provided for in the appropriation:
0660-- Public Buildings Construction Fund
(1) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005), as
partially reappropriated by Item 3540-
491, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171 and
172, Stats. 2007), Item 3540-493,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, Stats. 2009-
10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1,
Stats. 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.), Item
3540-493, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)
(3.95) 30.40.195-Altaville Forest
Fire Station: Replace
Facility-- Construction
(2) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2006
(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006), as
partially reappropriated by Item 3540-
491, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and
269, Stats. 2008), Item 3540-493,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, Stats. 2009-
10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1,
Stats. 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.), and Item
3540-493, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)
(0.5) 30.10.125-Mendocino Ranger
Unit Headquarters: Replace
Facility-- Construction
(6.5) 30.40.195-Altaville Forest
Fire Station: Replace
Facility-- Construction
(3) Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
partially reappropriated by Item 3540-
491 Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and
269, Stats. 2008), Item 3540-493,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, Stats. 2009-
10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1,
Stats. 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.), and Item
3540-493, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)
(0.5) 30.10.125-Mendocino Ranger
Unit Headquarters: Replace
Facility-- Construction
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 1.80, the funds
reappropriated in this item shall be
available for expenditure during the
2012-13 fiscal year.


3540-495--Reversion, Department of Forestry
and Fire Protection. As of June 30, 2011, the
amounts specified below of the appropriations
provided in the following citations shall
revert to the funds from which the
appropriations were made.
0001-- General Fund
(1) $3,600,000 from Schedule (2) 11-Fire
Protection appropriated in Item 3540-
001-0001, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)


3560-001-0001--For support of State Lands
Commission................................... 9,902,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Mineral Resources
Management............ 9,670,000
(2) 20-Land Management.... 9,428,000
(3) 30.01-Executive and
Administration........ 3,414,000
(4) 30.02-Distributed
Administration........ -3,414,000
(5) 40-Marine Facilities
Management............ 10,804,000
(6) Reimbursements........ -4,478,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Marine Invasive
Species Control Fund
(Item 3560-001-0212).. -3,239,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Oil Spill
Prevention and
Administration Fund
(Item 3560-001-0320).. -11,533,000
(8.5) Amount payable from
the School Land Bank
Fund (Item 3560-001-
0347)................. -293,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Land Bank Fund
(Item 3560-001-0943).. -457,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision (d) of
Section 4 of Chapter 138 of
the Statutes of 1964, First
Extraordinary Session, all
commission costs for administering
the Long Beach Tidelands,
exclusive of any Attorney General
charges, shall be funded from
revenues deposited into the
General Fund pursuant to paragraph
(1) of subdivision (a) of Section
6217 of the Public Resources Code.
2. All costs incurred to manage state
school lands shall be deducted
from the revenues produced by
those lands and deposited into the
General Fund pursuant to Section
24412 of the Education Code.


3560-001-0212--For support of State Lands
Commission, for payment to Item 3560-001-
0001, payable from the Marine Invasive
Species Control Fund...................... 3,239,000


3560-001-0320--For support of State Lands
Commission, for payment to Item 3560-001-
0001, payable from the Oil Spill
Prevention and Administration Fund........ 11,533,000


3560-001-0347--For support of State Lands
Commission, for payment to Item 3560-001-
0001, payable from the School Land Bank
Fund...................................... 293,000


3560-001-0943--For support of State Lands
Commission, for payment to Item 3560-001-
0001, payable from the Land Bank Fund..... 457,000


3600-001-0001--For support of Department of
Fish and Game............................... 63,595,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Biodiversity
Conservation
Program............. 115,151,000
(2) 25-Hunting,
Fishing, and Public
Use................. 108,261,000
(3) 30-Management of
Department Lands
and Facilities...... 57,648,000
(4) 40-Enforcement...... 73,350,000
(4.5) 45-Communication,
Education, and
Outreach............ 4,678,000
(5) 50-Spill Prevention
and Response........ 31,970,000
(5.5) 61-Fish and Game
Commission.......... 1,431,000
(6) 70.01-
Administration...... 45,125,000
(7) 70.02-Distributed
Administration...... -45,125,000
(8) Reimbursements...... -53,194,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Safe
Neighborhood Parks,
Clean Water, Clean
Air, and Coastal
Protection Bond
Fund (Item 3600-001-
0005)............... -500,000
(10) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental
License Plate Fund
(Item 3600-001-
0140)............... -13,473,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Fish and Game
Preservation Fund
(Item 3600-001-
0200)............... -113,993,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Fish and
Wildlife Pollution
Account (Item 3600-
001-0207)........... -2,798,000
(13) Amount payable from
the California
Waterfowl Habitat
Preservation
Account, Fish and
Game Preservation
Fund (Item 3600-001-
0211)............... -245,000
(14) Amount payable
from the Marine
Invasive Species
Control Fund (Item
3600-001-0212)...... -1,348,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Public
Resources Account,
Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
3600-001-0235)...... -2,075,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Oil Spill
Prevention and
Administration Fund
(Item 3600-001-
0320)............... -21,111,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Environmental
Enhancement Fund
(Item 3600-001-
0322)............... -358,000
(18.5) Amount payable from
the Harbors
and
Watercraft
Revolving Fund
(Item 3600-001-
0516)............... -2,392,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3600-001-
0890)............... -71,346,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Special Deposit
Fund (Item 3600-001-
0942)............... -1,618,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Hatchery and
Inland Fisheries
Fund (Item 3600-001-
3103)............... -17,418,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Interim Water
Supply and Water
Quality
Infrastructure and
Management
Subaccount (Item
3600-001-6027)...... -746,000
(26) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water
Quality and Supply,
Flood Control,
River and Coastal
Protection Fund of
2006 (Item 3600-001-
6051)............... -24,542,000
(27) Amount payable from
the Salton Sea
Restoration Fund
(Item 3600-001-
8018)............... -1,601,000
(28) Amount payable from
the California Sea
Otter Fund (Item
3600-001-8047)...... -136,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item may be increased with the
approval of, and under the
conditions set by, the Director
of Finance to meet current
obligations proposed to be
funded in Schedules (8) and
(19). The funds appropriated in
this item shall not be increased
until the Department of Fish and
Game has a valid contract,
signed by the client agency,
that provides sufficient funds
to finance the increased
authorization. This increased
authorization may not be used to
expand services or create new
obligations.
Reimbursements received under
Schedules (8) and (19) shall be
used in repayment of any funds
used to meet current obligations
pursuant to this provision.
2. The funds appropriated in this
item for purposes of subdivision
(n) of Section 75050 of the
Public Resources Code shall
continue only so long as the
Bureau of Reclamation within the
United States Department of the
Interior continues to provide
federal funds and continues to
carry out federal actions to
implement the settlement
agreement in Natural Resources
Defense Council v. Rodgers
(2005) 381 F.Supp.2d 1212.


3600-001-0005--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Safe
Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean
Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund..... 500,000


3600-001-0140--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate
Fund...................................... 13,473,000


3600-001-0200--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Fish and
Game Preservation Fund.................... 113,993,000


3600-001-0207--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Fish and
Wildlife Pollution Account................ 2,798,000


3600-001-0211--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the
California Waterfowl Habitat Preservation
Account, Fish and Game Preservation Fund.. 245,000


3600-001-0212--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Marine
Invasive Species Control Fund............. 1,348,000


3600-001-0235--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Public
Resources Account, Cigarette and Tobacco
Products Surtax Fund...................... 2,075,000


3600-001-0320--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Oil Spill
Prevention and Administration Fund........ 21,111,000


3600-001-0322--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the
Environmental Enhancement Fund............ 358,000


3600-001-0516--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Harbors
and Watercraft Revolving Fund............. 2,392,000


3600-001-0890--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................ 71,346,000


3600-001-0942--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Special
Deposit Fund.............................. 1,618,000


3600-001-3103--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Hatchery
and Inland Fisheries Fund................. 17,418,000


3600-001-6027--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the Interim
Water Supply and Water Quality
Infrastructure and Management Subaccount.. 746,000


3600-001-6051--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item 3600-
001-0001, payable from the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund
of 2006.................................... 24,542,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item shall be available
for expenditure until June 30,
2013.


3600-001-8018--For support of Department of
Fish and Game, for payment to Item 3600-001-
0001, payable from the Salton Sea
Restoration Fund............................ 1,601,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2014.


3600-001-8047--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for payment to Item
3600-001-0001, payable from the
California Sea Otter Fund................. 136,000


3600-002-6051--For transfer by the
Controller upon notification by the
Department of Fish and Game from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006 to the Salton Sea Restoration
Fund........................................ 296,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be available for
transfer until June 30, 2014.


3600-011-0001--For support of Department
of Fish and Game, for transfer to the
Fish and Game Preservation Fund........... 18,000


3600-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Fish and Game................... 576,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Biodiversity
Conservation Program........ 576,000


3600-101-0320--For local assistance,
Department of Fish and Game, Program 50-
Spill Prevention and Response, payable from
the Oil Spill Prevention and Administration
Fund........................................ 1,341,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are for grants to local
governments and other entities to
write or update local governments'
oil spill response plans,
participate in oil spill drills and
exercises, attend oil spill
training, and to conduct other
planning activities related to oil
spill prevention and response.


3600-301-0235--For capital outlay,
Department of Fish and Game, payable from
the Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund................. 420,000
Schedule:
(1) 90.99.100-Minor Projects... 420,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedule
(1) include funding for construction
and preconstruction activities,
including, but not limited to,
study, environmental documents,
preliminary plans, working drawings,
equipment, and other costs relating
to the design and construction of
facilities, that may be performed by
the Department of Fish and Game,
subject to approval by the
Department of Finance. While the
Department of Fish and Game may
manage these projects, the projects
are not subject to review by the
State Public Works Board.


3640-001-0005--For support of Wildlife
Conservation Board, for payment to Item
3640-001-0447, from the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and
Coastal Protection Bond Fund.............. 211,000


3640-001-0140--For support of Wildlife
Conservation Board, for payment to Item
3640-001-0447, from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund.......... 272,000


3640-001-0262--For support of Wildlife
Conservation Board, for payment to Item
3640-001-0447, from the Habitat
Conservation Fund........................... 337,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be available to the
Wildlife Conservation Board for
administrative costs associated
with the California Wildlife
Protection Act of 1990, and the
requirements of the Habitat
Conservation Fund.


3640-001-0447--For support of Wildlife
Conservation Board, payable from the Wildlife
Restoration Fund............................... 1,531,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Wildlife
Conservation Board..... 4,561,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -105,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal
Protection Bond Fund
(Item 3640-001-0005)... -211,000
(4) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental License
Plate Fund (Item 3640-
001-0140).............. -272,000
(4.5) Amount payable from
the Habitat
Conservation Fund
(Item 3640-001-0262)... -337,000
(5) Amount payable from
the California Clean
Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks,
and Coastal Protection
Fund (Item 3640-001-
6029).................. -712,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of
2002 (Item 3640-001-
6031).................. -648,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood
Control, River and
Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006 (Item
3640-001-6051)......... -745,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated by this
act from the special funds, or
bond funds to the Wildlife
Conservation Board for local
assistance or capital outlay, upon
approval of the Department of
Finance, the board may allocate an
amount not to exceed 1.5 percent
of each project's allocation to
provide for the board's costs to
administer the projects.


3640-001-6029--For support of Wildlife
Conservation Board, for payment to Item
3640-001-0447, from the California Clean
Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood
Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund........ 712,000


3640-001-6031--For support of Wildlife
Conservation Board, for payment to Item
3640-001-0447, from the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of 2002................... 648,000


3640-001-6051--For support of Wildlife
Conservation Board, for payment to Item
3640-001-0447, from the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006.............................. 745,000


3640-301-0262--For capital outlay, Wildlife
Conservation Board, payable from the Habitat
Conservation Fund............................. 20,663,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.10-Wildlife
Conservation Board
Projects
(Unscheduled).......... 20,663,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are provided in accordance with the
Wildlife Conservation Law of 1947
and therefore shall not be subject
to State Public Works Board review.
2. The amount appropriated in this
item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local
assistance until June 30, 2014. The
term capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this
appropriation means the
acquisition, design or construction
of improvements on land owned, or
leased, by the state.


3640-301-0447--For capital outlay, Wildlife
Conservation Board, payable from the
Wildlife Restoration Fund.................... 1,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.10.010-Minor Projects... 1,000,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are provided in accordance with the
provisions of the Wildlife
Conservation Law of 1947 and,
therefore, shall not be subject to
State Public Works Board review.
2. The amount appropriated in this item
is available for expenditure for
capital outlay or local assistance.
The term capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this appropriation
means the acquisition, design or
construction of improvements on land
owned, or leased, by the state.


3640-311-6052--For transfer by the
Controller from the Disaster Preparedness
and Flood Prevention Bond Fund of 2006 to
the Habitat Conservation Fund.............. 19,307,000
Provisions:
1. The funds transferred in this
item shall be used for
purposes consistent with the
requirements of the Habitat
Conservation Fund.
2. Upon approval by the
Department of Finance, the
amount transferred by this
item may be adjusted to
reflect the requirements of
subdivision (a) of Section
2796 of the Fish and Game Code.


3640-490--Reappropriation, Wildlife
Conservation Board. The balances of the
appropriations provided in the following
citations are reappropriated for the purposes
provided for in those appropriations and
shall be available for encumbrance or
expenditure until June 30, 2014:
0262-- Habitat Conservation Fund
(1) Item 3640-301-0262, Budget Act of
2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats.
2007)
(1) 80.10-Wildlife Conservation Board
Projects


3680-001-0516--For support of Department of
Boating and Waterways, payable from the
Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund......... 17,467,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Boating Facilities.. 18,283,000
(2) 20-Boating Operations.. 8,757,000
(3) 30-Beach Erosion
Control................ 355,000
(4) 40.01-Administration... 2,313,000
(5) 40.02-Distributed
Administration......... -2,313,000
(6) Reimbursements......... -15,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 3680-001-0890)... -9,768,000
(8) Less funding provided
by capital outlay...... -145,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 85.2 of the
Harbors and Navigation Code,
$355,000 of the funds appropriated
in this item shall be expended for
support of the Beach Erosion
Control program.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, $300,000 of the funds
appropriated in Schedule (1) may be
used for emergency repairs.


3680-001-0890--For support of Department
of Boating and Waterways, for payment to
Item 3680-001-0516, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 9,768,000


3680-101-0516--For local assistance,
Department of Boating and Waterways, payable
from the Harbors and Watercraft Revolving 11,465,00
Fund.......................................... 0
Schedule:
(1) 10-Boating Facilities...... 2,943,000
(a) Launching (1,000,000
Facility Grants.)
(16) Reimburseme (1,000,000
nt Grants..)
(c) Clean Vessel
Act Grant
Program......... (843,000)
(d) Boating Trails.. (1,000,000
)
(e) Boating
Infrastructure
Grant Program... (100,000)
(2) 20-Boating Operations.......... 13,700,00
0
(3) 30-Beach Erosion Control....... 2,005,000
(4) Reimbursements................. -1,000,00
0
(5) Amount payable from the
Abandoned Watercraft Abatement
Fund (Item 3680-101-0577)...... -600,000
(6) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund (Item 3680- -4,443,00
101-0890)...................... 0
(7) Amount payable from the Public
Beach Restoration Fund (Item -1,140,00
3680-101-3001)................. 0
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated in Schedule
(2), Program 20-Boating Operations,
$10,600,000 is for boating safety and
enforcement programs pursuant to Section
663.7 of the Harbors and Navigation Code.


3680-101-0577--For local assistance,
Department of Boating and Waterways, for
payment to Item 3680-101-0516, payable
from the Abandoned Watercraft Abatement
Fund...................................... 600,000


3680-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Boating and Waterways, for
payment to Item 3680-101-0516, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund...................... 4,443,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $2,500,000 shall be for
grants to local governments for
boating safety and law enforcement,
15 percent of which shall be
allocated according to the
Department of Boating and
Waterways' discretion, and 85
percent of which shall be allocated
by the department in accordance
with the following priorities:
First-- To local governments that
are eligible for state aid because
they are spending all their local
boating revenue on boating
enforcement and safety, but are not
receiving sufficient state funds to
meet their need as calculated
pursuant to Section 663.7 of the
Harbors and Navigation Code.
Second-- To local governments that
are not spending all local boating
revenue on boating enforcement and
safety, and whose boating revenue
does not equal their calculated
need. Local assistance shall not
exceed the difference between the
calculated need and local boating
revenue.
Third-- To local governments whose
boating revenue exceeds their need,
but who are not spending sufficient
local revenue to meet their
calculated need.


3680-101-3001--For local assistance,
Department of Boating and Waterways, for
payment to Item 3680-101-0516, payable
from the Public Beach Restoration Fund.... 1,140,000


3680-112-0516--For transfer by the
Controller from the Harbors and
Watercraft Revolving Fund to the
Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Fund....... (600,000)


3680-113-0516--For transfer by the
Controller from the Harbors and
Watercraft Revolving Fund to the Public
Beach Restoration Fund.................... (1,140,000)


3680-301-0516--For capital outlay, Department
of Boating and Waterways, payable from the
Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund......... 4,185,000
Schedule:
(1) 50.99.020-Minor
Projects.................... 4,185,000


3680-491--Reappropriation, Department of Boating and
Waterways. Notwithstanding Section 16304.3 of the
Government Code, the balances of the appropriations
provided for in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes, and subject to the
limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided
for by the appropriations. Funds reappropriated
under this item that are not expended prior to June
30, 2012, shall revert to the Harbors and Watercraft
Revolving Fund.
0516--Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
+
(1) Item 3680-101-0516, Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003)
(1) 10-Boating Facilities
(b) Public Small Craft Harbor Loans
(2) Alamitos Bay-
Basin 4........ (6,250,000)


3720-001-0001--For support of California
Coastal Commission............................ 10,798,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Coastal Management
Program................ 15,684,000
(2) 20-Coastal Energy
Program................ 1,129,000
(3) 30.01-Administration... 2,749,000
(4) 30.02-Distributed
Administration......... -2,649,000
(5) Reimbursements......... -2,328,000
(6) Amount payable from
California Beach and
Coastal Enhancement
Account (Item 3720-001-
0371).................. -581,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 3720-001-0890)... -2,559,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Coastal Act
Services Fund (Item
3720-001-3123)......... -647,000


3720-001-0371--For support of California
Coastal Commission, for payment to Item
3720-001-0001, payable from the
California Beach and Coastal Enhancement
Account, California Environmental License
Plate Fund................................ 581,000


3720-001-0890--For support of California
Coastal Commission, for payment to Item
3720-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................ 2,559,000


3720-001-3123--For support of the
California Coastal Commission, for
payment to Item 3720-001-0001, payable
from the Coastal Act Services Fund........ 647,000


3720-101-0371--For local assistance,
California Coastal Commission, payable from
California Beach and Coastal Enhancement
Account, California Environmental License
Plate Fund.................................... 541,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Coastal Management
Program..................... 541,000


3760-001-0005--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, payable from the Safe
Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean
Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund..... 1,518,000


3760-001-0140--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate
Fund...................................... 1,503,000


3760-001-0565--For support of State Coastal
Conservancy, payable from the State Coastal
Conservancy Fund............................... 3,276,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Coastal Resource
Development............ 4,527,000
(2) 25-Coastal Resource
Enhancement............ 6,578,000
(3) 90.01-Administration
and Support............ 3,702,000
(4) 90.02-Distributed
Administration......... -3,702,000
(5) Reimbursements......... -374,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Safe Neighborhood
Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal
Protection Bond Fund
(Item 3760-001-0005)... -1,518,000
(8) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental License
Plate Fund (Item 3760-
001-0140).............. -1,503,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 3760-001-0890)... -137,000
(10) Amount payable from
the California Clean
Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks,
and Coastal Protection
Fund (Item 3760-001-
6029).................. -2,030,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of
2002 (Item 3760-001-
6031).................. -720,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood
Control, River and
Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006 (Item
3760-001-6051)......... -1,145,000
(13) Amount payable from
the California Ocean
Protection Trust Fund
(Item 3760-001-6076)... -245,000
(14) Amount payable from
the California Sea
Otter Fund (Item 3760-
001-8047).............. -157,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order of
the Department of Finance, the
State Coastal Conservancy may
borrow sufficient funds from the
State Coastal Conservancy Fund to
meet cashflow needs due to delays
in collecting reimbursements. Any
loan made by the Department of
Finance pursuant to this provision
may be made only if the State
Coastal Conservancy has a valid
contract or certification signed by
the agency providing the
reimbursements, which demonstrates
that sufficient funds will be
available to repay the loan. All
moneys so transferred shall be

repaid to the State Coastal
Conservancy Fund as soon as
possible, but not later than one
year from the date of the loan.
2. Of the funds appropriated by this
act from the General Fund, special
funds, or bond funds to the State
Coastal Conservancy for local
assistance or capital outlay, upon
approval of the Department of
Finance, the conservancy may
allocate an amount not to exceed
1.5 percent of each project's
allocation to provide for the
department's costs to administer
the projects.


3760-001-0890--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................ 137,000


3760-001-6029--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, from the California Clean
Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood
Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund........ 2,030,000


3760-001-6031--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, payable from the Water
Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal
and Beach Protection Fund of 2002......... 720,000


3760-001-6051--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 1,145,000


3760-001-6076--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, payable from the
California Ocean Protection Trust Fund.... 245,000


3760-001-8047--For support of State
Coastal Conservancy, for payment to Item
3760-001-0565, payable from the
California Sea Otter Fund................. 157,000


3760-301-0262--For capital outlay, State
Coastal Conservancy, payable from the
Habitat Conservation Fund.................... 4,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.93.025-Coastal
Resource Enhancement.. 8,000,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -4,000,000
Provisions:
1. (a) The State Coastal
Conservancy shall not
enter into a grant
contract with a nonprofit
organization or local
government for property
acquisition unless the
grant contract provides a
reversionary interest to
the state that specifies
that the property shall
not revert to the state
without review and
approval by the State
Coastal Conservancy and
the State Public Works
Board.
(b) The State Coastal
Conservancy shall not
enter into a grant
contract with a nonprofit
organization or local
government for property
acquisition that provides
for a state leasehold
interest in property
acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant
funds of the State Coastal
Conservancy unless the
Director of General
Services approves the
lease terms.
(c) Except for the above, the
expenditures of funds for
grants to nonstate public
agencies and nonprofit
organizations shall be
exempt from State Public
Works Board review.
2. The funds appropriated in this
item are available for encumbrance
for either capital outlay or local
assistance without regard to
fiscal year. The term capital
outlay as used in conjunction with
this appropriation means the
acquisition, design or
construction of improvements on
land owned, or leased, by the
state.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon approval
and order of the Department of
Finance, the State Coastal
Conservancy may borrow sufficient
funds from the State Coastal
Conservancy Fund to meet
cashflow needs due to delays in
collecting reimbursements. Any
loan made by the Department of
Finance pursuant to this provision
may be made only if the State
Coastal Conservancy has a valid
contract or certification signed
by the agency providing the
reimbursements, which demonstrates
that sufficient funds will be
available to repay the loan. All
moneys so transferred shall be
repaid to the State Coastal
Conservancy Fund as soon as
possible, but not later than one
year from the date of the loan.
4. Funds appropriated in this item
are in lieu of the amount that
otherwise would have been
appropriated for the State Coastal
Conservancy, pursuant to
subdivision (b) of Section 2787 of
the Fish and Game Code.


3760-301-0371--For capital outlay, State
Coastal Conservancy, payable from the
California Beach and Coastal Enhancement
Account, California Environmental License
Plate Fund.................................... 370,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.18.030-Public Access..... 770,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -400,000
Provisions:
1. (a) The State Coastal Conservancy may
not enter into a grant contract
with a nonprofit organization or
local government for property
acquisition unless the grant
contract provides a reversionary
interest to the state that
specifies that the property shall
not revert to the state without
review and approval by the State
Coastal Conservancy and the State
Public Works Board.
(b) The State Coastal Conservancy may
not enter into a grant contract
with a nonprofit organization or
local government for property
acquisition that provides for a
state leasehold interest in
property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds of
the State Coastal Conservancy
unless the Director of General
Services approves the lease terms.
(c) Except for the above, the
expenditure of funds for grants
to nonstate public agencies and
nonprofit organizations is exempt
from State Public Works Board
review.
2. The funds appropriated in this item
are available for encumbrance for
either capital outlay or local
assistance until June 30, 2014. The
term capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this appropriation
means the acquisition, design or
construction of improvements on land
owned, or leased, by the state.


3760-301-0565--For capital outlay, State
Coastal Conservancy, payable from the State
Coastal Conservancy Fund........................ 800,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.18.030-Public Access. 1,600,000
(2) Reimbursements.......... -800,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are conditioned upon all of the
following:
(a) The State Coastal
Conservancy may not enter
into a grant contract with a
nonprofit organization or
local government for
property acquisition unless
the grant contract provides
a reversionary interest to
the state that specifies
that the property shall not
revert to the state without
review and approval by the
State Coastal Conservancy
and the State Public Works
Board.
(b) The State Coastal
Conservancy may not enter
into a grant contract with a
nonprofit organization or
local government for
property acquisition that
provides for a state
leasehold interest in
property acquired by a
nonstate public agency with
grant funds of the State
Coastal Conservancy unless
the Director of General
Services approves the lease
terms.
(c) Except for the above, the
expenditures of funds for
grants to nonstate public
agencies and nonprofit
organizations shall be
exempt from State Public
Works Board review.
2. The amount appropriated in this item
is available for encumbrance for
either capital outlay or local
assistance until June 30, 2014. The
term capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this appropriation
means the acquisition, design or
construction of improvements on land
owned, or leased, by the state.


3760-301-0593--For capital outlay, State
Coastal Conservancy, payable from the Coastal
Access Account, State Coastal Conservancy Fund.. 500,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.18.030-Public
Access.................. 1,000,000
(2) Reimbursements.......... -500,000
Provisions:
1. (a) The State Coastal
Conservancy may not enter
into a grant contract with a
nonprofit organization or
local government for
property acquisition
unless the grant contract
provides a reversionary
interest to the state that
specifies that the property
shall not revert to the
state without review and
approval by the State
Coastal Conservancy and the
State Public Works Board.
(b) The State Coastal
Conservancy may not enter
into a grant contract with a
nonprofit organization or
local government for
property acquisition that
provides for a state
leasehold interest in
property acquired by a
nonstate public agency with
grant funds of the State
Coastal Conservancy unless
the Director of General
Services approves the lease
terms.
(c) Except for the above,
the expenditure of funds for
grants to nonstate public
agencies and nonprofit
organizations is exempt from
State Public Works Board
review.
2. The funds appropriated in this item
are available for encumbrance for
either capital outlay or local
assistance until June 30, 2014. The
term capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this appropriation
means the acquisition, design, or
construction of improvements on land
owned, or leased, by the state.


3760-301-0890--For capital outlay, State
Coastal Conservancy, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................... 6,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.97.030-Conservancy
Programs............... 6,000,000
Provisions:
1. (a) The State Coastal
Conservancy shall not
enter into a grant
contract with a nonprofit
organization or local
government for property
acquisition unless the
grant contract provides a
reversionary interest to
the state that specifies
that the property shall
not revert to the state
without review and
approval by the State
Coastal Conservancy and
the State Public Works
Board.
(b) The State Coastal
Conservancy shall not
enter into a grant
contract with a nonprofit
organization or local
government for property
acquisition that provides
for a state leasehold
interest in property
acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant
funds of the State Coastal
Conservancy unless the
Director of General
Services approves the
lease terms.
(c) Except for the above, the
expenditures of funds for
grants to nonstate public
agencies and nonprofit
organizations shall be
exempt from State Public
Works Board review.
2. The funds appropriated in this
item are available for
encumbrance for either capital
outlay or local assistance until
June 30, 2014. The term capital
outlay as used in conjunction with
this appropriation means the
acquisition, design or
construction of improvements on
land owned, or leased, by the
state.


3760-301-6051--For capital outlay, State Coastal
Conservancy, payable from the Safe Drinking Water,
Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Fund of 2006...................... 0
Schedule:
(1) 80.97.030-Conservancy
Programs................... 1,534,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,534,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item are
conditioned upon all of the following:
(a) The State Coastal Conservancy
may not enter into a grant
contract with a nonprofit
organization or local
government for property
acquisition unless the grant
contract provides a
reversionary interest to the
state that specifies that the
property shall not revert to
the state without review and
approval by the State Coastal
Conservancy and the State
Public Works Board.
(b) The State Coastal Conservancy
may not enter into a grant
contract with a nonprofit
organization or local
government for property
acquisition that provides for a
state leasehold interest in
property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds
of the State Coastal
Conservancy unless the Director
of General Services approves
the lease terms.
(c) Except for the above, the
expenditure of funds for grants
to nonstate public agencies and
nonprofit organizations is
exempt from State Public Works
Board review.
2. The amount appropriated in this item is
available for encumbrance for either
capital outlay or local assistance until
June 30, 2014. The term capital outlay as
used in conjunction with this
appropriation means the acquisition,
design or construction of improvements on
land owned, or leased, by the state.


3760-301-6076--For capital outlay, State
Coastal Conservancy, payable from the
California Ocean Protection Trust Fund........ 0
Schedule:
(1) 80.07.070-Ocean Protection
Council..................... 766,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -766,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are conditioned upon all of the
following:
(a) The State Coastal Conservancy may
not enter into a grant contract
with a nonprofit organization or
local government for property
acquisition unless the grant
contract provides a reversionary
interest to the state that
specifies that the property shall
not revert to the state without
review and approval by the State
Coastal Conservancy and the State
Public Works Board.
(b) The State Coastal Conservancy may
not enter into a grant contract
with a nonprofit organization or
local government for property
acquisition that provides for a
state leasehold interest in
property acquired by a nonstate
public agency with grant funds of
the State Coastal Conservancy
unless the Director of General
Services approves the lease
terms.
(c) Except for the above, the
expenditure of funds for grants
to nonstate public agencies and
nonprofit organizations is exempt
from State Public Works Board
review.
2. The amount appropriated in this item
is available for encumbrance for
either capital outlay or local
assistance until June 30, 2014. The
term capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this appropriation
means the acquisition, design or
construction of improvements on land
owned, or leased, by the state.


3760-311-6052--For transfer by the
Controller from the Disaster Preparedness
and Flood Prevention Bond Fund of 2006 to
the Habitat Conservation Fund............... 4,000,000
Provisions:
1. The funds transferred in this item
shall be used for purposes
consistent with the
requirements of the Habitat
Conservation Fund.
2. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, the amount transferred by
this item may be adjusted to
reflect the requirements of
subdivision (a) of Section 2796 of
the Fish and Game Code.


3760-490--Reappropriation, State Coastal
Conservancy. The balances of the
appropriations provided in the following
citations are reappropriated for the purposes
provided for in those appropriations and
shall be available for encumbrance or
expenditure until June 30, 2014:
6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2006
(1) Item 3760-301-6051, Budget Act of
2008 (Chs. 268 and 269)
(1) 80.97.030-Conservancy Programs
(2) Reimbursements
6076-- California Ocean Protection Trust
Fund
(1) Item 3760-301-6076, Budget Act of
2008 (Chs. 268 and 269)
(1) 80.07.070-Ocean Protection Council
(2) Reimbursements


3780-001-0001--For support of Native American
Heritage Commission........................... 697,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Native American Heritage
Commission.................. 703,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -6,000


3790-001-0001--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392........................ 118,695,000


3790-001-0005--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Safe
Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean
Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund..... 3,397,000


3790-001-0140--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate
Fund...................................... 3,131,000


3790-001-0235--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the
Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 9,024,000


3790-001-0263--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Off-
Highway Vehicle Trust Fund................ 62,167,000


3790-001-0392--For support of Department of
Parks and Recreation, payable from the
State Parks and Recreation Fund............. 134,403,000
Schedule:
(1) For support of
Department of Parks
and Recreation....... 412,469,000
(2) Reimbursements....... -33,182,000
(3) Less funding
provided by capital
outlay............... -4,000,000
(3.5) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 3790-001-0001). -118,695,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Safe
Neighborhood Parks,
Clean Water, Clean
Air, and Coastal
Protection Bond Fund
(Item 3790-001-0005). -3,397,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Safe
Neighborhood Parks,
Clean Water, Clean
Air, and Coastal
Protection Bond Fund
(Item 3790-003-0005). -688,000
(6) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental
License Plate Fund
(Item 3790-001-0140). -3,131,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Public Resources
Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco
Products Surtax Fund
(Item 3790-001-0235). -9,024,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Off-Highway
Vehicle Trust Fund
(Item 3790-001-0263). -62,167,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Winter
Recreation Fund
(Item 3790-001-0449). -369,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Harbors and
Watercraft Revolving
Fund (Item 3790-001-
0516)................ -2,101,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3790-001-
0890)................ -7,372,000
(12) Amount payable from
the California Main
Street Program Fund
(Item 3790-001-3077). -175,000
(13) Amount payable from
the California Clean
Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood
Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund
(Item 3790-001-6029). -4,727,000
(14) Amount payable
from the Water
Security, Clean
Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of
2002 (Item 3790-001-
6031)................ -371,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood
Control, River and
Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006 (Item
3790-001-6051)....... -7,229,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water
Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River
and Coastal
Protection Fund of
2006 (Item 3790-003-
6051)................ -21,316,000
(17) Amount payable from
Disaster
Preparedness and
Flood Prevention
Bond Fund of 2006
(Item 3790-001-6052). -122,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated in this
act from special funds, other
than the Off-Highway Vehicle
Trust Fund and bond funds, to the
Department of Parks and
Recreation for local assistance
grants to local agencies, the
department may allocate an amount
not to exceed 3.7 percent of each
project's allocation, except to
the extent otherwise restricted
by law, to allow the department
to administer its grants. Those
funds shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure until
June 30, 2017.
2. It is the intent of the
Legislature that salaries, wages,
operating expenses, and positions
associated with implementing
specific Department of Parks and
Recreation capital outlay
projects continue to be funded
through capital outlay
appropriations, and that these
funds should also be reflected in
the department's state
operations budget in the
Governor's Budget as a special
item of expense reflecting the
funding provided from the capital
outlay appropriations.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Director of
Finance may authorize a loan from
the General Fund, in an amount
not to exceed 35 percent of
reimbursements appropriated in
this item to the Department of
Parks and Recreation, provided
that:
(a) The loan is to meet cash
needs resulting from the
delay in receipt of
reimbursements for

services provided.
(b) The loan is for a short
term and shall be repaid
by September 30, 2012.
(c) Interest charges may be
waived pursuant to
subdivision (e) of
Section 16314 of the
Government Code.
(d) The Director of Finance
may not approve the loan
unless the approval is
made in writing and filed
with the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee and the
chairpersons of the
committees in each house
of the Legislature that
consider appropriations
not later than 30 days
prior to the effective
date of the approval, or
not sooner than whatever
lesser time that the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.
4. The Department of Parks and
Recreation is authorized to enter
into a contract for fee
collection and other services
required by the department with a
cooperative association that has
and will continue to fund state
employees on an ongoing basis.


3790-001-0449--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the
Winter Recreation Fund.................... 369,000


3790-001-0516--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the
Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund..... 2,101,000


3790-001-0890--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 7,372,000


3790-001-3077--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the
California Main Street Program Fund....... 175,000


3790-001-6029--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the
California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund........................... 4,727,000


3790-001-6031--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, payable to Item
3790-001-0392, from the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of 2002................... 371,000


3790-001-6051--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, payable to Item
3790-001-0392, from the Safe Drinking
Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal Protection
Fund of 2006.............................. 7,229,000


3790-001-6052--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, payable to Item
3790-001-0392, from the Disaster
Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond
Fund of 2006.............................. 122,000


3790-003-0005--For support of Department of
Parks and Recreation, for payment to Item
3790-001-0392, payable from the Safe
Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air,
and Coastal Protection Bond Fund............ 688,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
shall be available for encumbrance
or expenditure until June 30, 2014.


3790-003-6051--For support of Department
of Parks and Recreation, for payment to
Item 3790-001-0392, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006.................... 21,316,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in
this item shall be available
for encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014.


3790-005-0001--For support of the
Department of Parks and Recreation.......... 271,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act
item for support of the Department
of Fair Employment and Housing may
be augmented to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services. No augmentation shall be
made sooner than 30 days after the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee
has been notified in writing.


3790-011-0062--For transfer by the
Controller to the State Parks and
Recreation Fund, as prescribed by
subdivision (a) of Section 2107.7 of the
Streets and Highways Code, for
expenditure by the Department of Parks
and Recreation for maintenance and repair
of highways in units of the state park
system, payable from the Highway Users
Tax Account, Transportation Tax Fund...... (3,400,000)


3790-012-0061--For transfer by the
Controller from the Motor Vehicle Fuel
Account, Transportation Tax Fund to the
State Parks and Recreation Fund............ (26,649,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the amount
appropriated in this item
normally transferred to the
Harbors and Watercraft
Revolving Fund from the Motor
Vehicle Fuel Account,
Transportation Tax Fund, shall
be available for transfer to
the State Parks and Recreation
Fund.


3790-101-0262--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Habitat Conservation Fund, to be
available for expenditure until June 30, 2014.. 4,289,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants...... 2,789,0
00
(2) 80.28-Local Projects........... 1,500,0
00
(a) Monterey
County,
Monterey
Peninsula
Regional
Park
District-
Santa Lucia
Mountain
Range....... (1,500,000)
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item are in
lieu of the amount that otherwise
would have been appropriated for the
Department of Parks and Recreation,
pursuant to paragraphs (1) and (3) of
subdivision (a) of Section 2787 of the
Fish and Game Code, and shall be
available only for projects submitted
to the department for consideration
during the evaluation process for the
Habitat Conservation Fund Program.


3790-101-0263--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund, for
grants to cities, counties, federal agencies,
or special districts, as specified in Section
5090.50 of the Public Resources Code, to be
available for expenditure until June 30, 2014. 21,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.12-OHV Grants....... 21,000,000


3790-101-0858--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Recreational Trails Fund, to be
available for expenditure until June 30,
2014......................................... 8,726,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.12-OHV Grants........... 2,618,000
(2) 80.25-Recreational Grants.. 6,108,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedules
(1) and (2) shall be available for
expenditure for local assistance or
capital outlay.
2. Of the funds appropriated, the
Department of Parks and Recreation
may allocate, to the maximum extent
allowable under federal law, the
amount necessary to provide for the
department's costs to administer
these grants.
3. Grants may be made to nonprofit
organizations and government
entities.
4. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize an intraschedule transfer
of funds in this item. The
intraschedule transfer shall occur
no sooner than 30 days after
written notification is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee.


3790-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund, to be available
for expenditure until June 30, 2014.......... 9,300,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants.. 7,700,000
(2) 80.30-Historic
Preservation Grants........ 1,600,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedules
(1) and (2) shall be available for
expenditure for local assistance or
capital outlay. The term capital
outlay as used in conjunction with
this appropriation means the
acquisition, design or construction
of improvements on land owned, or
leased, by the state.


3790-101-6029--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the California Clean Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund............................. 33,409,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants..... 33,409,
000
(a) Roberti-
Z'berg-
Harris...... (14,372,000)
(b) California
Youth
Soccer and
Recreation
Development
Program..... (11,370,000)
(c) State Urban
Parks and
Healthy
Communities
Act......... (7,667,000)
Provisions:
1. The amounts displayed in this item
represent the balances as of
September 30, 2010. The Director of
Finance may adjust these amounts
to account for expenditures made
prior to July 1, 2011.
2. Funds available in Schedule (1)(a)
shall be allocated consistent with
the balance available at time of
reversion of Schedule (1)(a) of Item
3790-101-6029, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004), and allocated
pursuant to the provisions of the
Roberti-Z'berg-Harris Grants at the
time of the original appropriation.
3. Funds available in Schedule (1)(b)
shall be allocated consistent with
the balance available at time of
reversion of Schedule (1)(b) of Item
3790-101-6029, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004), and allocated
pursuant to the provisions of the
California Youth Soccer and
Recreation Development Program at the
time of the original appropriation.
4. Funds available in Schedule (1)(c)
shall be allocated consistent with
the balance available at time of
reversion of Schedule (1)(c) of Item
3790-101-6029, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004), and allocated
pursuant to the provisions of the
State Urban Parks and Healthy
Communities Act at the time of the
original appropriation.


3790-102-0263--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund, for
grants to cities, counties, federal
agencies, or special districts, as specified
in Section 5090.50 of the Public Resources
Code and pursuant to paragraph (2) of
subdivision (b) of Section 8352.8 of the
Revenue and Taxation Code, to be available
for expenditure until June 30, 2014.......... 1,100,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.12-OHV Grants........... 1,100,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedule
(1) shall be available to increase
the amount of funds for restoration
grants in the program pursuant to
paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of
Section 5090.50 of the Public
Resources Code.


3790-102-6029--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the California Clean Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund, to be available for16,669,00
expenditure until June 30, 2012.............. 0
Schedule:
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants..... 10,138,00
0
(a) Per Capita (7,022,000
Grants.........)
(1) County of (1,041,000
Inyo......)
(2) City of
Encinitas. (264,000)
(3) County of
Sacramento
.......... (390,000)
(4) Rio
Linda/Elve
rta RPD... (169,000)
(5) County of
Lassen.... (693,000)
(6) County of
Sutter.... (59,000)
(7) City of
Los
Angeles,
Riverside
Park
Outdoor
Developmen
t......... (75,000)
(8) County of
Amador.... (629,000)
(9) County of
Modoc..... (852,000)
(10) City of
San Jose.. (30,000)
(11) County of
Sierra.... (818,000)
(12) Del Rio
Woods
Recreation
and Park
District.. (166,000)
(13) City of (1,836,000
Fresno....)
(b) Roberti-Z'berg (3,116,000
Harris Grants..)
(1) City of
Encinitas. (163,000)
(2) County of
Sacramento
.......... (282,000)
(3) City of
Los
Angeles,
Riverside
Park
Outdoor
Developmen
t......... (75,000)
(4) City of
Los
Angeles,
Tierra de
la
Culebra
Park...... (204,000)
(5) City of (2,392,000
San Jose..)
(2) 80.28-Local Projects.......... 6,531,000
(a) Urban Park (4,166,000
Grants.........)
(1) City of
El Monte.. (600,000)
(2) Boys and
Girls
Club of (2,153,000
Hollywood.)
(3) City of
Los
Angeles,
Riverside
Park
Outdoor
Developmen (1,413,000
t.........)
(b) City of Los (2,365,000
Angeles Parks..)
(1) Benny
Potter
West
Adams
Park UA
Playground
.......... (512,000)
(2) Ken
Malloy
Regional
UA
Playground
.......... (733,000)
(3) Hansen
Dam Skate (1,120,000
Park......)
Provisions:
1. The amounts displayed in this item
represent the balances as of December
31, 2010. The Director of Finance may
adjust these amounts to account for
expenditures made prior to July 1, 2011.
2. Funds available in Schedule (1)(a)
shall be allocated consistent with the
balance available at time of reversion
of Schedule (1)(a) of Item 3790-101-
6029, Budget Act of 2003 (Ch. 157,
Stats. 2003), and allocated pursuant to
the provisions of the per capita grants
at the time of the original
appropriation.
3. Funds available in Schedule (1)(b)
shall be allocated consistent with the
balance available at time of reversion
of Schedule (1)(b) of Item 3790-101-
6029, Budget Act of 2003 (Ch. 157,
Stats. 2003), and allocated pursuant to
the provisions of the Roberti-Z'berg
Harris grants at the time of the
original appropriation.
4. Funds available in Schedule (2)(a)
shall be allocated consistent with the
balance available at time of reversion
of Schedule (1)(a) of Item 3790-101-
6029, Budget Act of 2002 (Ch. 379,
Stats. 2002), as reappropriated by Item
3790-490, Budget Act of 2004 (Ch. 208,
Stats. 2004), as reappropriated by Item
3790-492, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010), and as allocated pursuant
to the provisions of the Urban Park
grants at the time of the original
appropriation.
5. Funds available in Schedule (2)(b)(1)
and (2)(b)(2) shall be allocated
consistent with the balance available
at time of reversion of paragraph (1)
of subdivision (b) of Section 4 of
Chapter 1126 of the Statutes of 2002,
as reappropriated by Item 3790-492,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010), to the City of Los Angeles for
acquisition and development of local
parks, and allocated pursuant to
the provisions at the time of the
original appropriation.
6. Funds available in Schedule (2)(b)(3)
shall be allocated consistent with the
balance available at time of reversion
of subparagraph (D) of paragraph (4) of
Chapter 1126 of the Statutes of 2002,
as reappropriated by Item 3790-492,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010), to the City of Los Angeles for
the Hansen Dam Recreation Area, and
allocated pursuant to the provisions at
the time of the original appropriation.


3790-102-6051--For local assistance,
Department of Parks and Recreation,
payable from the Safe Drinking Water,
Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control,
River and Coastal Protection Fund of
2006..................................... 184,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 80.25-Recreational
Grants.............. 184,000,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item shall be available for
competitive grants for local
and regional parks and shall be
available for encumbrance for
three years after the date of
award and disbursements in
liquidation of encumbrances
shall be made within eight
years from the date of
appropriation.


3790-301-0005--For capital outlay,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection
Bond Fund.................................... 508,000
Schedule:
(1) 90.RS.205-Statewide: State
Park System-- Minor
Projects................... 508,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the funds appropriated in
this item shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2013.


3790-301-0263--For capital outlay,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund...... 21,634,000
Schedule:
(1) 90.H7.100-Heber Dunes
SVRA: Initial
Development--
Construction and
equipment.............. 5,339,000
(2) 90.RS.206-Statewide:
OHV Minor projects..... 9,012,000
(3) 90.RS.405-Statewide:
OHV Opportunity
Purchase/Pre-Budget
Schematic--
Acquisition and study.. 250,000
(4) 90.6S.102-Hollister
Hills SVRA:
Infrastructure and
Rehabilitation--
Working drawings....... 416,000
(5) 90.7K.103-Carnegie
SVRA: Road
Reconstruction--
Construction........... 6,617,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedule
(3) shall be used to develop
design information for new
projects for which funds have not
been appropriated previously, but
which are anticipated to be
included in the Governor's Budget
for the 2012-13 or 2013-14 fiscal
year.


3790-301-6051--For capital outlay,
Department of Parks and Recreation, payable
from the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006...................... 1,337,000
Schedule:
(1) 90.RS.235-Statewide:
Volunteer Enhancement
Program-- Minor projects... 638,000
(2) 90.RS.260-Statewide:
Recreational Trails
Program-- Minor projects... 380,000
(3) 90.RS.601-Statewide:
Budget Development--
Studies.................... 150,000
(4) 90.8D.103-Donner Memorial
State Park: Enhance Museum
Exhibits-- Preliminary
plans...................... 169,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the funds appropriated in
this item shall be available for
expenditure until June 30, 2015,
except appropriations for studies,
preliminary plans, working drawings,
and minor capital outlay, which
shall be available for expenditure
until June 30, 2013. In addition,
the balance of each appropriation
made in this item that contains
funding for construction that has
not been allocated, through fund
transfer or approval to proceed to
bid, by the Department of Finance on
or before June 30, 2013, shall
revert as of that date to the fund
from which the appropriation was
made.


3790-490--Reappropriation, Department of Parks
and Recreation. The amounts specified in the
appropriations provided for in the following
citations are reappropriated for the purposes
and subject to the provisions, unless
otherwise specified, provided for in those
appropriations and shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure until the date
specified:
6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1) Item 3790-002-6051, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007) as
amended by Section 2 of Chapter 1,
Third Extraordinary Session, Statutes
of 2008 for support of the Department
of Parks and Recreation shall be
available for encumbrance or
expenditure until June 30, 2013.
(2) Item 3790-002-6051, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008) for
support of the Department of Parks and
Recreation shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure until June
30, 2013.


3790-491--Reappropriation, Department of Parks and
Recreation. The balances of the appropriations
provided in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the
limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided in
the following appropriations:
0005-- Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund
(1) Item 3790-301-0005, Budget Act of
2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Acts of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats.
2006), 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats.
2007), 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008), 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex.
Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th
Ex. Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(3) 90.I6.101-San Elijo SB:
Replace Main Lifeguard Tower--
Working drawings
+
(2) Item 3790-301-0005, Budget Act of 2006
(Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006), as
reappropriated by 3790-491, Budget Acts
of 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007),
2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008),
2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess.,
as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(3) 90.I6.101-San Elijo SB:
Replace Main Lifeguard Tower--
Construction and equipment
+
(3) Item 3790-301-0005, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
reappropriated by 3790-491, Budget Acts
of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008),
2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(1) 90.G1.101-Crystal Cove State
Beach: El Morro Mobilehome
Park Conversion-- Working
drawings and construction
(1.5) 90.I6.101-San Elijo State
Beach: Replace Main Lifeguard
Tower-- Construction
+
(4) Item 3790-301-0005, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Acts of 2009 (Ch. 1 2009-10 3rd Ex.
Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th
Ex. Sess.) and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(1) 90.RS.205-Statewide: State
Park System-- Minor projects
(2) 90.EX.101-Malibu Creek SP:
Restore Sepulveda Adobe--
Construction
0263-- Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund
(1) Item 3790-301-0263, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008)
(2) 90.RS.405-Statewide: OHV
Opportunity Purchase/Budget
Package/Schematic Planning--
Acquisition and study
+
(2) Item 3790-301-0263, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget

Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(3) 90.RS.405-Statewide: State
Park System: OHV Opportunity
Purchase/Pre-Budget Schematics-
- Study and acquisition
+
(3) Item 3790-301-0263, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), as reappropriated by Item 3790-
491, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(5) 90.RS.206-Statewide: OHV Minor
projects
+
(4) Item 3790-301-0263, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(1) 90.7K.103-Carnegie SVRA: Road
Reconstruction-- Preliminary
plans and working drawings
(3) 90.H7.100-Heber Dunes SVRA:
Initial Development-- Working
drawings
(5) 90.RS.206-Statewide: OHV Minor
projects
(6) 90.6S.102-Hollister Hills
SVRA: Infrastructure and
Rehabilitation-- Preliminary
plans
0392-- State Park and Recreation Fund
(1) Item 3790-301-0392, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(1) 90.5Y.104-Candlestick Point
SRA: Yosemite Slough-Public
Use Improvements-- Working
drawings and construction
(2) 90.FO.102-Leo Carrillo SP:
Steelhead Trout Barrier
Removal-- Construction
(3) 90.RS.810-Capital Outlay
Projects-- Acquisition,
preliminary plans, working
drawings, construction, and
minor projects
(4) Reimbursements-Candlestick
Point SRA: Yosemite Slough--
Public Use Improvements
(5) Reimbursements-Leo Carrillo
SP: Steelhead Trout Barrier
Removal
(6) Reimbursements-Statewide
Capital Outlay Projects
0890-- Federal Trust Fund
(1) Item 3790-301-0890, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
reappropriated by Budget Acts of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(0.5) 90.I6.101-San Elijo State
Beach: Replace Main Lifeguard
Tower-- Construction
+
(2) Item 3790-301-0890, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(1) 90.RS.801-Federal Trust Fund
Program-- Acquisition,
preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
6029-- California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund
(1) Chapter 1126, Stats. 2002, as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Acts of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats.
2005), 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats.
2006), 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats.
2007), 2008 (Ch. 268, Stats. 2008),
2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) 90.8L.101-California Indian
Museum-- Studies, preliminary
plans, working drawings, and
construction
+
(2) Item 3790-301-6029, Budget Act of 2002
(Ch. 379, Stats. 2002), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Acts of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats.
2005) and 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008)
(6) 90.RS.224-Statewide
Acquisition-Proposition 40--
Acquisition
+
(3) Item 3790-301-6029, Budget Act of 2004
(Ch. 208, Stats. 2004), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Acts of 2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats.
2005), 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats.
2006), 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats.
2007), 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008), 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex.
Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th
Ex. Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(2.2) 90.E4.104-Chino Hills SP:
Entrance Road and Facilities--
Working drawings
+
(4) Item 3790-301-6029, Budget Act of 2005
(Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Acts of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats.
2006), 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats.
2007), 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008), 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex.
Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th
Ex. Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(3) 90.E4.104-Chino Hills SP:
Entrance Road and Facilities--
Construction and equipment
(5) 90.RS.412-Statewide: State
Park System Opportunity and
Inholding Acquisitions--
Acquisition
6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(1) Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008), 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex.
Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th
Ex. Sess.), and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(2) 90.CG.101-Pfeiffer Big Sur SP:
Park Entrance and Day Use
Redevelopment-- Working
drawings, construction, and
equipment
(3.5) 90.KZ.104-Los Angeles SHP
(Cornfields): Planning and
Phase I Build Out--
Preliminary plans
(3.7) 90.RS.412-Statewide: State
Park System Opportunity and
Inholding Acquisitions--
Acquisitions
+
(4) Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget
Acts of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex.
Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10
4th Ex. Sess.) and 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(2) 90.F2.103-Gaviota State Park:
Coastal Trail Development--
Preliminary plans, working
drawings, and construction
(3) 90.RS.260-Statewide:
Recreational Trails-- Minor
projects
(4) 90.RS.205-Statewide: State
Park System-- Minor projects
(5) 90.RS.235-Statewide: Volunteer
Enhancement Program-- Minor
projects
(7.5) 90.H6.102-Cuyamaca Rancho
State Park: Equestrian
Facilities-- Working drawings
(8) 90.64.101-Eastshore State
Park: Brickyard Cove--
Preliminary plans
+
(7) Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), as reappropriated by Item 3790-
491, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010)
(1) 90.64.101-Eastshore SP:
Brickyard Cove Development--
Working drawings
(2) 90.6F.104-Angel Island SP:
Immigration Station Hospital
Rehabilitation-- Preliminary
plans
(3) 90.8G.104-Marshall Gold
Discovery SHP: Park
Improvement-- Working drawings
(5) 90.CT.100-Fort Ord Dunes SP:
New Campground and Beach
Access-- Preliminary plans
(6) 90.EF.101-El Capitan SB:
Construct New Lifeguard
Headquarters-- Preliminary
plans
(7) 90.FO.102-Leo Carrillo SP:
Steelhead Trout Barrier
Removal-- Preliminary plans
and working drawings
(8) 90.GG.102-Silverwood Lake SRA:
Nature Center Exhibits--
Preliminary plans and working
drawings
(9) 90.H6.102-Cuyamaca Rancho SP:
Equestrian Facilities--
Construction
(10) 90.IJ.103-Old Town San Diego
SHP: Building Demolition and
Immediate Public Use
Facilities-- Preliminary plans
(11) 90.KZ.104-Los Angeles SHP:
Site Development/Planning and
Phase I Build Out-- Working
drawings
(13) 90.RS.260-Statewide:
Recreational Trails Program--
Minor projects
(15) 90.RS.205-Statewide: State
Park System Minor Capital
Outlay Program-- Minor projects
(16) 90.RS.235-Statewide: Volunteer
Enhancement Program-- Minor
projects
(19) Reimbursement-Leo Carrillo SP:
Steelhead Trout Barrier Removal
+
(8) Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) 90.8G.104-Marshall Gold
Discovery SHP: Park
Improvements-- Construction
(5) 90.GG.102-Silverwood Lake SRA:
Nature Center Exhibits--
Construction and equipment


3790-492--Reappropriation, Department of Parks and
Recreation. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, the period to liquidate encumbrances in the
following citations is extended to June 30, 2012:
0005--Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water,
Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund
(1) Up to $2,482,845 to the City of
Encinitas in Item 3790-101-0005, Budget
Act of 2001 (Ch. 106, Stats. 2001),
as reappropriated by Item 3790-490 and
reverted by Item 3790-497, Budget Act of
2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
reappropriated by Item 3790-492, Budget
Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008), as reappropriated by Item 3790-
494 and reverted by Item 3790-497,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd
Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10
4th Ex. Sess.), and as reappropriated by
Item 3790-492, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch.
712, Stats. 2010)
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants
(a) Local Agencies
operating park units
6029--California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund
(1) Up to $10,440,820 to the City and County
of San Francisco for Golden Gate Park in
paragraph (6) of subdivision (b) of
Section 4 of Chapter 1126 of the
Statutes of 2002, as reappropriated by
Item 3790-494, Budget Act of 2009 (Ch.
1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by
Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)


3790-495--Reversion, Department of Parks and
Recreation. As of June 30, 2012, the
unencumbered balances of the appropriations
provided in the following citations shall
revert to the fund from which the
appropriations were made:
0786-- California Wildlife, Coastal, and
Park Land Conservation Fund of 1988
(1) Section 5922 of the Public Resources
Code, as reallocated by Chapter
326 of the Statutes of 1998
(1) 90.RS.292-State Parks: Minor
projects (Sacramento County)
(2) 90.RS.294-State Parks: Minor
projects (San Mateo County)
(3) 90.RS.491-State Parks:
Acquisition and minor projects
(Los Angeles County)
(4) 90.RS.494-State Parks:
Acquisition and minor projects
(Sacramento County)
(5) 90.RS.495-State Parks:
Acquisition and minor projects
(Lake, Napa, and Sonoma Counties)


3790-496--Reversion, Department of Parks and
Recreation. As of June 30, 2011, the balances
of the appropriations provided in the
following citations shall revert to the funds
from which the appropriations were made:
0262-- Habitat Conservation Fund
(1) Up to $1,944,858 from Item 3790-101-
0262, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171
and 172, Stats. 2007)
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants
(2) Up to $721,250 from Item 3790-101-
0262, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268
and 269, Stats. 2008)
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants
6029-- California Clean Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund
(1) Item 3790-101-6029, Budget Act of
2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants (a)
Roberti-Z'berg-Harris, as
reappropriated by Items 3790-490
and 492, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs.
171 and 172, Stats. 2007), Item
3790-494, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008),
Item 3790-494, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, Stats. 2009), and as
reappropriated by Item 3790-492
and reverted by Item 3790-496,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)
(2) Item 3790-101-6029, Budget Act of
2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants (b)
California Youth Soccer and
Recreation Development Program,
as reappropriated by Items 3790-
490 and 492, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007),
Item 3790-494, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008),
Item 3790-494, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, Stats. 2009), and as
reappropriated by Item 3790-492
and reverted by Item 3790-496,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)
(3) Item 3790-101-6029, Budget Act of
2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004)
(1) 80.25-Recreational Grants (c)
State Urban Parks and Healthy
Communities Act, as
reappropriated by Items 3790-490
and 492, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs.
171 and 172, Stats. 2007), Item
3790-494, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008),
Item 3790-494, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, Stats. 2009), and as
reappropriated by Item 3790-492
and reverted by Item 3790-496,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)


3810-001-0140--For support of Santa Monica
Mountains Conservancy, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund... 269,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy................. 959,000
(2) Amount payable from the
California Clean Water,
Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and
Coastal Protection Fund
(Item 3810-001-6029)........ -78,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Water Security, Clean
Drinking Water, Coastal and
Beach Protection Fund of
2002 (Item 3810-001-6031)... -131,000
(4) Amount payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(Item 3810-001-6051)........ -481,000
Provisions:
1. (a) The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy shall not encumber
state-appropriated funds for the
purchase or acquisition of real
property directly or through any
public agency intermediary,
including the State Public Works
Board, that requires the payment
of interest costs, or late fees
or penalties, unless the
conservancy certifies all of the
following: (1) that the purchase
is necessary to implement an
acquisition identified in the
high-priority category of the
work program submitted annually
to the Legislature pursuant to
Section 33208 of the Public
Resources Code, or amendments
made thereto, (2) that the
purchase agreement does not
involve interest payments or
terms in excess of those that the
State Public Works Board may
enter into pursuant to Section
15854.1 of the Government Code,
and (3) that the purchase
agreement does not commit the
state to future appropriations.
(b) The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy shall report
periodically to the Legislature,
but no less frequently than twice
yearly, concerning the status of
any purchases certified as
required in (a) and the amount of
state funds thus far encumbered
for interest, penalties, or other
principal surcharges.


3810-001-6029--For support of the Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy, for payment
to Item 3810-001-0140, payable from the
California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund........................... 78,000


3810-001-6031--For support of Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy, for payment
to Item 3810-001-0140, payable from the
Water Security, Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002. 131,000


3810-001-6051--For support of Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy, for payment
to Item 3810-001-0140, payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 481,000


3810-301-0941--For capital outlay, Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy, payable from
the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy Fund.. 820,000
Schedule:
(1) 50.20-Capital Outlay and
Local Assistance........... 820,000
Provisions:
1. The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy may encumber funds for
either capital outlay or local
assistance grants until June 30,
2014. The term capital outlay as
used in conjunction with this
appropriation means the acquisition,
design or construction of
improvements on land owned, or
leased, by the state.
2. The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy shall provide a
report to the Department of Finance
on donations received during the
prior fiscal year on or before
September 1 of each year.


3810-301-6031--For capital outlay, Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy, payable from
the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002.... 578,000
Schedule:
(1) 50.20-Capital Outlay and
Local Assistance........... 578,000
Provisions:
1. The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy may encumber funds for
either capital outlay or local
assistance grants until June 30,
2014. The term capital outlay as
used in conjunction with this
appropriation means the acquisition,
design or construction of
improvements on land owned, or
leased, by the state. The
conservancy shall not encumber funds
for any grant not previously
approved by the office of the
Attorney General.
2. The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy shall issue grants from
this appropriation only in
accordance with the General
Obligation Bond Law and the specific
provisions of the bond funds from
which appropriations have been made,
and according to advice it has
received from the office of the
Attorney General, and, if
appropriate, from the office of the
State Treasurer, respecting the
permissible use of bond funds
available to the conservancy.
3. Any time that the office of the
Attorney General concludes that any
use of bond funds has not been
consistent with the advice provided
by the Attorney General, the Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy shall
follow the instructions of the
Attorney General with respect to
recovery, refund, or other
settlement.


3810-301-6051--For capital outlay, Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy, payable from
the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006...................... 997,000
Schedule:
(1) 50.20-Capital Outlay and
Local Assistance........... 997,000
Provisions:
1. The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy may encumber funds for
either capital outlay or local
assistance grants until June 30,
2014. The term capital outlay as
used in conjunction with this
appropriation means the acquisition,
design, or construction of
improvements on land owned, or
leased, by the state. The
conservancy shall not encumber funds
for any grant not previously
approved by the office of the
Attorney General.
2. The Santa Monica Mountains
Conservancy shall issue grants from
this appropriation only in
accordance with the General
Obligation Bond Law and the specific
provisions of the bond funds from
which appropriations have been made,
and according to advice it has
received from the office of the
Attorney General, and, if
appropriate, from the office of the
State Treasurer, respecting the
permissible use of bond funds
available to the conservancy.
3. Any time that the office of the
Attorney General concludes that any
use of bond funds has not been
consistent with the advice provided
by the Attorney General, the Santa
Monica Mountains Conservancy shall
follow the instructions of the
Attorney General with respect to
recovery, refund, or other
settlement.


3810-490--Reappropriation, Santa Monica
Mountains Conservancy. Notwithstanding any
other provision of law, the periods to
liquidate encumbrances of the following
citations are extended to June 30, 2012:
0005-- Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean
Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection
Bond Fund
(1) Item 3810-301-0005, Budget Act of
2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004), as
reappropriated by Item 3810-491,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10
3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1,
2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)
(1) 50.20.001-Capital Outlay
Acquisitions
0941-- Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
Fund
(1) Item 3810-301-0941, Budget Act of
2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)
(1) 50.20-Capital Outlay and Local
Assistance
6031-- Water Security, Clean Drinking
Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund
of 2002
(1) Item 3810-301-6031, Budget Act of
2004 (Ch. 208, Stats. 2004), as
reappropriated by Item 3810-491,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10
3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1,
2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.)
(1) 50.20.001-Capital Outlay
Acquisitions
(2) Item 3810-301-6031, Budget Act of
2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006)
(1) 50.20-Capital Outlay and Local
Assistance


3820-001-0001--For support of San Francisco
Bay Conservation and Development Commission... 4,007,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Bay Conservation
and Development........ 5,702,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -1,504,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Bay Fill Clean-up
and Abatement Fund
(Item 3820-001-0914)... -191,000


3820-001-0914--For support of San
Francisco Bay Conservation and
Development Commission, for payment to
Item 3820-001-0001, payable from the Bay
Fill Clean-up and Abatement Fund.......... 191,000


3825-001-0140--For support of San Gabriel and
Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains
Conservancy, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund.............. 337,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-San Gabriel and Lower
Los Angeles Rivers and
Mountains Conservancy....... 1,033,000
(2) Amount payable from the
California Clean Water,
Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and
Coastal Protection Fund
(Item 3825-001-6029)........ -106,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Water Security, Clean
Drinking Water, Coastal and
Beach Protection Fund
of 2002 (Item 3825-001-
6031)....................... -153,000
(4) Amount payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(Item 3825-001-6051)........ -437,000


3825-001-6029--For support of San Gabriel
and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and
Mountains Conservancy, for payment to
Item 3825-001-0140, payable from the
California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund........................... 106,000


3825-001-6031--For support of San Gabriel
and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and
Mountains Conservancy, for payment to
Item 3825-001-0140, payable from the
Water Security, Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002. 153,000


3825-001-6051--For support of San Gabriel
and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and
Mountains Conservancy, for payment to
Item 3825-001-0140, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 437,000


3825-301-6051--For capital outlay, San
Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and
Mountains Conservancy, payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006..................... 6,700,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item is available for expenditure
for capital outlay or local
assistance grants until June 30,
2014. The term capital outlay as
used in conjunction with this
appropriation means the
acquisition, design, or
construction of improvements on
land owned, or leased, by the state.


3830-001-0104--For support of San Joaquin
River Conservancy, for payment to Item
3830-001-0140, payable from the San
Joaquin River Conservancy Fund............ 122,000


3830-001-0140--For support of San Joaquin
River Conservancy, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund... 277,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-San Joaquin River
Conservancy................. 636,000
(2) Amount payable from the San
Joaquin River Conservancy
Fund (Item 3830-001-0104)... -122,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(Item 3830-001-6051)........ -237,000


3830-001-6051--For support of San Joaquin
River Conservancy, for payment to Item
3830-001-0140, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 237,000


3830-301-0104--For capital outlay, San Joaquin River
Conservancy, payable from the San Joaquin River
Conservancy Fund..................................... 0
Schedule:
(1) 20-Capital Outlay
Acquisitions and
Improvement Projects....... 1,000,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item are
available for expenditure for capital
outlay or local assistance until June 30,
2014. The term capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this appropriation means
the acquisition, design or construction
of improvements on land owned, or leased,
by the state.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, upon approval and order of the
Department of Finance, loans may be made
from the General Fund to meet cashflow
needs due to delays in collecting
reimbursements. Any loan authorized by
the Department of Finance pursuant to
this provision shall only be made if the
conservancy has a valid contract or
certification that demonstrates that
sufficient funds will be available to
repay the loan. The loan shall be repaid
no later than June 30 of the following
fiscal year.


3835-001-0140--For support of Baldwin Hills
Conservancy, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund.............. 348,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Baldwin Hills
Conservancy................. 568,000
(2) Amount payable from the
California Clean Water,
Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and
Coastal Protection Fund
(Item 3835-001-6029)........ -117,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(Item 3835-001-6051)........ -103,000


3835-001-6029--For support of Baldwin
Hills Conservancy, for payment to Item
3835-001-0140, payable from the
California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund........................... 117,000


3835-001-6051--For support of Baldwin
Hills Conservancy, for payment to Item
3835-001-0140, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 103,000


3835-490--Reappropriation, Baldwin Hills
Conservancy. The balances of the
appropriations provided in the following
citations except for the amount specified in
Item 3835-495 for reversion are
reappropriated for the purposes provided for
in those appropriations and shall be
available for encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014:
6029-- California Clean Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund
(1) Item 3835-301-6029, Budget Act of
2005 (Chs. 38 and 39, Stats. 2005),
as reappropriated by Item 3835-490,
Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269,
Stats. 2008)
(1) 20-Capital Outlay Acquisition and
Improvement Program
(2) Reimbursements


3835-495--Reversion, Baldwin Hills
Conservancy. Notwithstanding Item 3835-490 of
this act, as of June 30, 2011, the amount
specified below of the appropriation provided
for in the following citation shall revert to
the funds from which the appropriation was
made:
6029-- California Clean Water, Clean Air,
Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal
Protection Fund
(1) Item 3835-301-6029, Budget
Act of 2005 (Chs. 38 and
39, Stats. 2005), as
reappropriated by Item 3835-
490, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008)....................... 504,000


3840-001-0140--For support of Delta
Protection Commission, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate Fund... 940,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Delta Protection......... 1,257,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -82,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Harbors and Watercraft
Revolving Fund (Item 3840-
001-0516)................... -235,000


3840-001-0516--For support of Delta
Protection Commission, for payment to
Item 3840-001-0140, payable from the
Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund..... 235,000


3845-001-0140--For support of San Diego River
Conservancy, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund.............. 320,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-San Diego River
Conservancy................. 320,000


3845-301-0140--For capital outlay, San Diego River
Conservancy, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund..................... 0
Schedule:
(1) 20-Capital Outlay
Acquisition and
Enhancement Projects....... 1,000,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item are
available for expenditure or encumbrance
for capital outlay or local assistance
until June 30, 2014. The term capital
outlay as used in conjunction with
this appropriation means the acquisition,
design or construction of improvements on
land owned, or leased, by the state.


3850-001-0140--For support of Coachella
Valley Mountains Conservancy, payable from
the California Environmental License Plate
Fund.......................................... 272,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Coachella Valley
Mountains Conservancy....... 495,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -134,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Coachella Valley Mountains
Conservancy Fund (Item 3850-
001-0296)................... -29,000
(4) Amount payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(Item 3850-001-6051)........ -60,000


3850-001-0296--For support of Coachella
Valley Mountains Conservancy, for payment
to Item 3850-001-0140, payable from the
Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy
Fund...................................... 29,000


3850-001-6051--For support of Coachella
Valley Mountains Conservancy, for payment
to Item 3850-001-0140, payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 60,000


3850-301-6029--For capital outlay, Coachella
Valley Mountains Conservancy, payable from
the California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe
Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection
Fund......................................... 82,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Coachella Valley
Mountains Acquisition and
Enhancement Projects and
Costs...................... 82,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are available for expenditure for
capital outlay or local assistance
until June 30, 2014. The term
capital outlay as used in
conjunction with this appropriation
means the acquisition, design or
construction of improvements on land
owned, or leased, by the state.


3850-490--Reappropriation, Coachella Valley
Mountains Conservancy. The balance of the
appropriation provided in the following
citation is reappropriated for the purposes
provided for in that appropriation and shall
be available for encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014:
6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1) Item 3850-301-6051, Budget Act of
2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(1) 20-Coachella Valley Mountains
Acquisition and Enhancement
Projects and Costs
(2) Item 3850-301-6051, Budget Act of
2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(1) 20-Coachella Valley Mountains
Acquisition and Enhancement
Projects and Costs


3855-001-0140--For support of Sierra Nevada
Conservancy, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund.............. 4,149,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Sierra Nevada
Conservancy................. 4,864,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -200,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood
Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(Item 3855-001-6051)........ -515,000


3855-001-6051--For support of Sierra
Nevada Conservancy, for payment to Item
3855-001-0140, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 515,000


3855-490--Reappropriation, Sierra Nevada
Conservancy. The balances of the
appropriations provided in the following
citations are reappropriated for the purposes
provided for in those appropriations and shall
be available for encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014:
6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1) Item 3855-101-6051, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
reappropriated by Item 3855-490,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd
Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-
10 4th Ex. Sess.)
(2) Item 3855-101-6051, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)


3860-001-0001--For support of Department
of Water Resources......................... 64,995,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Continuing
Formulation of the
California Water
Plan................ 91,654,000
(2) 20-Implementation
of the State Water
Resources
Development System.. 5,507,000
(3) 30-Public Safety
and Prevention of
Damage.............. 131,601,000
(4) 35-Central Valley
Flood Protection
Board............... 5,636,000
(5) 40-Services......... 9,564,000
(6) 45-California
Energy Resources
Scheduling (CERS)... 28,413,000
(7) 50.01-Management
and Administration.. 67,776,000
(8) 50.02-Distributed
Management and
Administration...... -67,776,000
(9) Reimbursements...... -48,971,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
3860-001-0115)...... -315,000
(11) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental
License Plate Fund
(Item 3860-001-
0140)............... -318,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Central Valley
Project Improvement
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-0404)...... -709,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Feasibility
Projects Subaccount
(Item 3860-001-
0445)............... -7,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Water
Conservation and
Groundwater
Recharge Subaccount
(Item 3860-001-
0446)............... -125,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Energy
Resources Programs
Account (Item 3860-
001-0465)........... -2,509,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Local Projects
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-0543)...... -101,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Sacramento
Valley Water
Management and
Habitat Protection
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-0544)...... -26,000
(18) Amount payable from
the 1986 Water
Conservation and
Water Quality Bond
Fund (Item 3860-
001-0744)........... -195,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3860-001-
0890)............... -18,405,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Dam Safety Fund
(Item 3860-001-
3057)............... -11,282,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Department of
Water Resources
Electric Power Fund
(Item 3860-001-
3100)............... -28,413,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Clean Water,
Watershed
Protection, and
Flood Protection
Bond Fund (Item
3860-001-6001)...... -1,027,000
(23) Amount payable from
the Flood
Protection Corridor
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6005)...... -149,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Urban Stream
Restoration
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6007)...... -32,000
(25) Amount payable from
the Yuba Feather
Flood Protection
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6010)...... -417,000
(26) Amount payable from
the Water
Conservation
Account (Item 3860-
001-6023)........... -272,000
(27) Amount payable from
the Conjunctive Use
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6025)...... -350,000
(28) Amount payable from
the Bay-Delta
Multipurpose Water
Management
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6026)...... -1,722,000
(29) Amount payable from
the Interim Water
Supply and Water
Quality
Infrastructure and
Management
Subaccount (Item
3860-001-6027)...... -245,000
(30) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking
Water, Coastal and
Beach Protection
Fund of 2002 (Item
3860-001-6031)...... -3,278,000
(31) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water
Quality and Supply,
Flood Control,
River and Coastal
Protection Fund of
2006 (Item 3860-001-
6051)............... -31,196,000
(32) Amount payable from
the Disaster
Preparedness and
Flood Prevention
Bond Fund of 2006
(Item 3860-001-
6052)............... -57,316,000
Provisions:
1. The amounts appropriated in
Items 3860-001-0001 to 3860-001-
6052, inclusive, shall be
transferred to the Water
Resources Revolving Fund (0691)
for direct expenditure in such
amounts as the Department of
Finance may authorize,
including cooperative work with
other agencies.
2. The funds appropriated in this
item for purposes of subdivision
(n) of Section 75050 of the
Public Resources Code may be
expended only so long as the
United States Bureau of
Reclamation continues to provide
federal funds and continues to
carry out federal actions to
implement the settlement
agreement in Natural Resources
Defense Council v. Rodgers
(2005) 381 F.Supp.2d 1212.


3860-001-0115--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Air
Pollution Control Fund.................... 315,000


3860-001-0140--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate
Fund...................................... 318,000


3860-001-0404--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Central
Valley Project Improvement Subaccount..... 709,000


3860-001-0445--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the
Feasibility Projects Subaccount........... 7,000


3860-001-0446--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Water
Conservation and Groundwater Recharge
Subaccount................................ 125,000


3860-001-0465--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Energy
Resources Programs Account................ 2,509,000


3860-001-0543--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Local
Projects Subaccount....................... 101,000


3860-001-0544--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the
Sacramento Valley Water Management and
Habitat Protection Subaccount............. 26,000


3860-001-0744--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the 1986
Water Conservation and Water Quality Bond
Fund...................................... 195,000


3860-001-0890--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................ 18,405,000


3860-001-3057--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Dam
Safety Fund............................... 11,282,000


3860-001-3100--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the
Department of Water Resources Electric
Power Fund................................ 28,413,000


3860-001-6001--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Clean Water, Watershed
Protection, and Flood Protection Bond
Fund...................................... 1,027,000


3860-001-6005--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Flood
Protection Corridor Subaccount............ 149,000


3860-001-6007--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Urban
Stream Restoration Subaccount............. 32,000


3860-001-6010--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Yuba
Feather Flood Protection Subaccount....... 417,000


3860-001-6023--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Water
Conservation Account...................... 272,000


3860-001-6025--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the
Conjunctive Use Subaccount................ 350,000


3860-001-6026--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Bay-Delta
Multipurpose Water Management Subaccount.. 1,722,000


3860-001-6027--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Interim
Water Supply and Water Quality
Infrastructure and Management Subaccount.. 245,000


3860-001-6031--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Water
Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal
and Beach Protection Fund of 2002......... 3,278,000


3860-001-6051--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 31,196,000


3860-001-6052--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for payment to Item
3860-001-0001, payable from the Disaster
Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond
Fund of 2006............................... 57,316,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in
this item, $500,000 for the
California Flood SAFE Program
shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2014.


3860-002-0001--For support of Department
of Water Resources, for annual payment
related to Coordination Proceeding Special
Title (Rule 1550(b)) February 20, 1986,
Flood Cases (Paterno v. State of
California (2003) 113 Cal.App.4th 998)..... 49,346,000
Provisions:
1. This item is for the payment
of the settlement entered into
by the State of California and
the plaintiffs of the
Coordination Proceeding
Special Title (Rule 1550(b))
February 20, 1986, Flood Cases
(Paterno v. State of
California (2003) 113
Cal.App.4th 998), that was
ultimately acquired by Merrill
Lynch & Co. and allows for
repayment over a 10-year
period ending in 2015.
Interest payments are due each
December 1 and June 1. A
principal payment is due each
June 1.
2. Because the judgment terms
include a variable interest
rate, the precise amounts of
the payments that will come
due cannot be determined with
certainty beforehand. In the
event that the actual total
payments for this item exceed
the amount appropriated in
this item, the Director of
Finance is hereby authorized
to increase this item in an
amount necessary to pay the
full required amount. The
Director of Finance shall
notify the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee 30 days prior
to the expenditure of any
additional funds from this
item.
3. In the event that the actual
total payments for this item
are less than the amount
appropriated, the excess funds
will revert to the General
Fund on June 30, 2012.


3860-003-0001--For support of Department of
Water Resources.............................. 1,000,000
Provisions:
0.5. The Department of Water
Resources shall notify the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee within 30 days of
expending funds from this item
for flood emergency
response.
0.6. The Department of Water
Resources is authorized to use
funds from this item only for
emergency response if they are
spent on activities to respond
to a flood emergency event
pursuant to the criteria
identified in the Water
Resources Engineering
Memorandum Process. These
criteria will specify

conditions where an imminent
threat of system failure has
been identified based on (a)
forecasts of river flows to
exceed flood stage or overtop
levees or banks, (b) water
flowing through a levee
carrying sediment, or (c) the
determination by a
geotechnical engineer or flood-
fight specialist that there is
a need for immediate levee of
flood control structure repair
or stabilization to prevent
failure. The department shall
notify the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of the flood
emergency criteria developed
by the department and
provide a copy of the final
Water Resources Engineering
Memorandum to the chairperson
of the joint committee 30 days
prior to adoption.
0.7. The Department of Water
Resources may access funds
from this item only for a
period of seven days of each
event following the
identification of a flood
emergency event.
2. If additional funds are needed
beyond the amount appropriated
in this item, the Department
of Finance is authorized to
transfer funds from Item 9840-
001-0001 to this item,
pursuant to Provision 5 of
Item 9840-001-0001.
3. The Department of Water
Resources may transfer funds
from this item back to the
original source, either Item
3860-001-0001 or Item 9840-001-
0001, if the department has
determined that the funds are
not ultimately needed for
emergency response activities.


3860-101-0744--For local assistance,
Department of Water Resources, payable
from the 1986 Water Conservation and
Water Quality Bond Fund................... 1,600,000


3860-101-0790--For local assistance,
Department of Water Resources, payable
from the 1988 Water Conservation Fund..... 8,974,000


3860-101-6010--For local assistance,
Department of Water Resources, payable from
the Yuba Feather Flood Protection Subaccount.. 1,307,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Public Safety and
Prevention of Damage........ 1,307,000


3860-101-6023--For local assistance,
Department of Water Resources, payable
from the Water Conservation Account....... 966,000


3860-101-6031--For local assistance,
Department of Water Resources, payable from
the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002... 5,000,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure until
June 30, 2013.


3860-101-6051--For local assistance,
Department of Water Resources, payable
from the Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River
and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006....... 2,106,000


3860-101-6052--For local assistance,
Department of Water Resources, payable
from the Disaster Preparedness and Flood
Prevention Bond Fund of 2006.............. 115,500,000


3860-301-6052--For capital outlay,
Department of Water Resources, payable
from the Disaster Preparedness and Flood
Prevention Bond Fund of 2006............... 49,426,000
Schedule:
(1) 30.95.115.206-
American River
Flood Control
Project: Common
Elements............ 9,657,000
(2) 30.95.130-West
Sacramento Project.. 2,942,000
(3) 30.95.135-West
Sacramento Project
(GRR)............... 1,995,000
(4) 30.95.155-Mid-
Valley Levee
Reconstruction
Project............. 3,950,000
(5) 30.95.250-Yuba
River--
Preconstruction
Engineering &
Design Work......... 728,000
(6) 30.95.251-
Marysville Ring
Levee
Reconstruction
Project............. 2,032,000
(7) 30.95.260-South
Sacramento County
Streams............. 5,380,000
(8) 30.95.302-Sutter
Basin Feasibility
Study............... 1,280,000
(9) 30.95.305.207-Rock
Creek/Keefer
Slough: Feasibility
Study............... 290,000
(10) 30.95.311-Folsom
Dam Modifications
Project............. 39,063,000
(11) 30.95.314-Frazier
Creek/Strathmore
Creek: Feasibility
Study............... 290,000
(12) 30.95.315-White
River/Deer Creek:
Feasibility Study... 302,000
(13) 30.95.316-Merced
County Streams
Project Bear Creek
Unit................ 676,000
(14) 30.95.320-Lower San
Joaquin River
Regional Project.... 2,280,000
(15) Reimbursements--
Mid-Valley Levee
Reconstruction
Project............. -1,095,000
(16) Reimbursements--
Sutter County
Feasibility Study... -500,000
(17) Reimbursements--
Yuba River Basin
Project............. -145,000
(18) Reimbursements--
Folsom Dam
Modifications
Project............. -11,655,000
(19) Reimbursements--
South Sacramento
County Streams...... -1,614,000
(20) Reimbursements--
American River
Flood Control
Project: Common
Elements............ -2,835,000
(21) Reimbursements--
Merced County
Streams Project
Bear Creek Unit..... -250,000
(22) Reimbursements--
West Sacramento
Project............. -700,000
(23) Reimbursements--
Marysville Ring
Levee
Reconstruction
Project............. -575,000
(24) Reimbursements--
Frazier
Creek/Strathmore
Creek............... -65,000
(25) Reimbursements--
White River/Deer
Creek............... -65,000
(26) Reimbursements--
Lower San Joaquin
River Regional
Project............. -1,000,000
(27) Reimbursements--
West Sacramento
Project (GRR)....... -875,000
(28) Reimbursements--
Rock Creek/Keefer
Slough.............. -65,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this
item may be expended for
relocations and acquisition of
land, easements, and rights-of-
way, including, but not limited
to, borrow pits, spoil areas,
and easements for levees,
clearing, flood control works,
and flowage, and for appraisals,
surveys, and engineering studies
necessary for the completion or
operation of the projects in the
Sacramento and San Joaquin
watersheds as authorized by
Section 8617.1 and Chapters 1
(commencing with Section 12570),
2 (commencing with Section
12639), 3 (commencing with
Section 12800), 3.5 (commencing
with Section 12840), and 4
(commencing with Section
12850) of Part 6 of Division 6
of the Water Code.
Notwithstanding paragraph (1) of
subdivision (a) of Section
12582.7 and Section 12585.5 of
the Water Code, prior to state
and federal authorization of the
project and appropriation of
federal construction funds by
Congress and subsequent to
submittal of a report to the
Legislature pursuant to Section
12582.7 of the Water Code, the
amounts appropriated in this
item may be expended for state
costs associated with
preconstruction design and
engineering work conducted by
the federal government and
others.
2. The amounts appropriated in this
item are also for advances to
the federal government or
payments to the federal
government or others for
incidental construction or
reconstruction items that are an
obligation of the state in
connection with the completion
or operation of the projects
and for materials and necessary
construction, reconstruction,
relocation, or alterations to
highways, railroads, bridges,
power lines, communication
lines, pipelines, irrigation
works, and other structures and
facilities and for appraisals,
surveys, and engineering studies
incidental thereto.
3. The funds appropriated in this
item include funding for
preliminary plans, working
drawings, construction
supervision, contract
administration, and other work
activities to be performed by
Department of Water Resources
personnel in completion of the
projects.
4. The funds appropriated in this
item may be used to implement
the above projects by arranging
to perform work which is a
federal responsibility prior to
the availability of federal
appropriations with the
intention that the costs will be
reimbursed or eligible for
credit by the federal government
as provided in Public Law 99-
662, Section 104, November 17,
1986, or Public Law 90-488,
Section 215, August 13, 1968.
5. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
funds may be transferred, with
the approval of the Director of
Finance, between projects
specified in this item and other
Department of Water Resources
major capital outlay projects
with an active appropriation.
The Director of Finance shall
notify, in writing, the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
within 30 days or such lesser
time as the chairperson of the
joint committee, or his or
her designee, may determine,
prior to any transfer.
6. Payments from a local sponsor to
pay for obligations that are
federal obligations may be
received by the Department of
Water Resources and advanced to
the federal government with the
intent that the costs shall be
reimbursed or eligible for
credit.


3860-302-6052--For capital outlay,
Department of Water Resources, payable from
the Disaster Preparedness and Flood
Prevention Bond Fund of 2006................. 49,150,000
Schedule:
(1) 30.95.340-Systemwide
Levee Evaluations and
Repairs............... 38,000,000
(2) 30.95.021-Feather
River Early
Implementation
Project............... 11,150,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item
shall be expended for the
evaluation, repair,
rehabilitation, reconstruction, or
replacement of flood protection
facilities to their original
design performance consistent with
subdivision (a) of Section
5096.821 of the Public Resources
Code, for study and evaluation of
facilities to provide enhanced
levels of flood protection
consistent with subdivision (b) of
Section 5096.821 of the Public
Resources Code, or for the
protection, creation, and
enhancement of flood protection
corridors and bypasses consistent
with Section 5096.825 of the
Public Resources Code.
2. Funds appropriated in this item
may also be used for any of the
following:
(a) Advances to the federal
government or payments to
the federal government or
others for incidental
construction or
reconstruction items that
are an obligation of the
state in connection with
the completion or
operation of the projects
and for materials.
(b) Flood protection-related
obligations of the state
associated with necessary
construction,
reconstruction,
relocation, or alterations
to highways, railroads,
bridges, power lines,
communication lines,
pipelines, irrigation
works, and other
structures and facilities,
and for appraisals,
surveys, and engineering
studies incidental thereto.
(c) Flood protection-related
planning studies,
surveys, preliminary
plans, drawings,
acquisitions, relocations,
rights-of-way,
construction, construction
supervision, contract
administration, and other
work activities to be
performed by Department of
Water Resources personnel
for completion of the
projects.
3. Funds appropriated in this item
may be used to implement the
projects identified in this item
without arrangements with the
federal government after making
all feasible efforts to obtain
funding from the federal
government in advance or by
arranging to perform work which is
a federal responsibility prior to
the availability of federal
appropriations with the intention
that the costs will be reimbursed
or eligible for credit by the
federal government as provided in
Public Law 99-662, Section 104,
November 17, 1986, or Public Law
90-488, Section 215, August 13,
1968.
4. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
funds may be transferred, with the
approval of the Department of
Finance, among projects specified
in this item and other Department
of Water Resources flood
protection-related major capital
outlay projects with an active
appropriation. The Director of
Finance shall notify, in writing,
the chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
within 30 days or such lesser time
as the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may determine, prior to any
transfer.
5. Payments from a local sponsor may
be received by the Department
of Water Resources and may be
advanced to the federal government.


3875-001-0001--For support of Sacramento-San
Joaquin Delta Conservancy..................... 798,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Sacramento-San Joaquin
Delta Conservancy........... 1,298,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -500,000


3885-001-0001--For support of Delta
Stewardship Council, payable from the General
Fund.......................................... 5,714,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Delta Stewardship
Council................ 16,328,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -6,996,000
(3) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental License
Plate Fund (Item 3885-
001-0140).............. -699,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 3885-001-0890)... -2,919,000


3885-001-0140--For support of the Delta
Stewardship Council, for payment to Item
3885-001-0001, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate
Fund...................................... 699,000


3885-001-0890--For support of the Delta
Stewardship Council, for payment to Item
3885-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................ 2,919,000

CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY


3900-001-0044--For support of State Air
Resources Board, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund. 107,180,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Mobile Source..... 359,510,000
(2) 25-Stationary Source. 56,331,000
(3) 30.01-Program
Direction and
Support.............. 16,693,000
(4) 30.02-Distributed
Program Direction
and Support.......... -16,693,000
(5) Reimbursements....... -5,733,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
3900-001-0115)....... -169,457,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Vehicle
Inspection and
Repair Fund (Item
3900-001-0421)....... -14,999,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Air Toxics
Inventory and
Assessment Account
(Item 3900-001-0434). -981,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3900-001-
0890)................ -16,050,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Non-Toxic Dry
Cleaning Incentive
Trust Fund (Item
3900-001-3070)....... -660,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Air Quality
Improvement Fund
(Item 3900-001-3119). -44,319,000
(12) Amount payable from
the California Ports
Infrastructure,
Security, and Air
Quality Improvement
Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air
Quality, and Port
Security Fund of
2006 (Item 3900-001-
6054)................ -56,462,000


3900-001-0115--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the Air Pollution
Control Fund.............................. 169,457,000


3900-001-0421--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the Vehicle
Inspection and Repair Fund................ 14,999,000


3900-001-0434--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the Air Toxics
Inventory and Assessment Account.......... 981,000


3900-001-0890--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund...................................... 16,050,000


3900-001-3070--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the Nontoxic Dry
Cleaning Incentive Trust Fund............. 660,000


3900-001-3119--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the Air Quality
Improvement Fund.......................... 44,319,000


3900-001-6054--For support of State Air
Resources Board, for payment to Item 3900-
001-0044, payable from the California
Ports Infrastructure, Security, and Air
Quality Improvement Account, Highway
Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality,
and Port Security Fund of 2006............. 56,462,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section
16304.1 of the Government
Code, the funds appropriated
in this item shall be
available for encumbrance
until June 30, 2014, and be
available for disbursements in
liquidation of encumbrances
until June 30, 2017.


3900-101-0044--For local assistance, State
Air Resources Board, for assistance to
counties in the operation of local air
pollution control districts, payable from the
Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation
Fund.......................................... 10,111,000
Schedule:
(1) 35-Subvention.......... 10,111,000
Provisions:
1. It is the intent of the Legislature
that funds appropriated in this
item shall not be used to reduce
the fees paid by permittees to the
local air quality management and
air pollution control districts.


3900-490--Reappropriation, State Air Resources
Board. The balances of the appropriations
provided in the following citations are
reappropriated for the purposes provided for
in those appropriations and shall be available
for encumbrance until June 30, 2014.
Notwithstanding Section 16304.1 of the
Government Code, the funds shall be available
for disbursements in liquidation of
encumbrances until June 30, 2017.
6054-- California Ports Infrastructure,
Security, and Air Quality Improvement
Account, Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port
Security Fund of 2006
(1) Item 3900-001-6054, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)


3900-495--Reversion, State Air Resources
Board. As of June 30, 2011, the unencumbered
balances of the appropriations provided in the
following citations shall revert to the
balance of the fund from which the
appropriations were made:
6054-- California Ports Infrastructure,
Security, and Air Quality Improvement
Account, Highway Safety, Traffic
Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security
Fund of 2006
(1) Item 3900-001-6054, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as
reappropriated by Item 3900-490,
Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269,
Stats. 2008)
(2) Item 3900-001-6054, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as
reappropriated by Item 3900-490,
Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd
Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1 2009-10
4th Ex. Sess.)
(3) Item 3900-001-6054, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.), as reappropriated by Item 3900-
490, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010)


3930-001-0106--For support of Department of
Pesticide Regulation, payable from the
Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund..... 53,036,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Pesticide Programs. 60,688,000
(2) 20.01-Administration.. 10,366,000
(3) 20.02-Distributed
Administration........ -10,366,000
(4) Reimbursements........ -316,000
(5) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental License
Plate Fund (Item 3930-
001-0140)............. -469,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Structural Pest
Control Education and
Enforcement Fund
(Item 3930-001-0399).. -390,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Structural Pest
Control Fund (Item
3930-001-0775)........ -4,195,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3930-001-
0890)................. -2,282,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


3930-001-0140--For support of Department
of Pesticide Regulation, for payment to
Item 3930-001-0106, payable from the
California Environmental License Plate
Fund...................................... 469,000


3930-001-0399--For support of Department of
Pesticide Regulation, for payment to Item
3930-001-0106, payable from the Structural
Pest Control Education and Enforcement Fund. 390,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived
from the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


3930-001-0775--For support of Department of
Pesticide Regulation, for payment to Item
3930-001-0106, payable from the Structural
Pest Control Fund........................... 4,195,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


3930-001-0890--For support of Department
of Pesticide Regulation, for payment to
Item 3930-001-0106, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 2,282,000


3940-001-0001--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
General Fund.............................. 29,276,000


3940-001-0028--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Unified Program Account................... 607,000


3940-001-0115--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the Air
Pollution Control Fund.................... 535,000


3940-001-0193--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Waste Discharge Permit Fund............... 89,161,000


3940-001-0212--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Marine Invasive Species Control Fund...... 100,000


3940-001-0235--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Public Resources Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 1,998,000


3940-001-0387--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Integrated Waste Management Account,
Integrated Waste Management Fund.......... 4,644,000


3940-001-0419--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Water Recycling Subaccount................ 1,150,000


3940-001-0422--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Drainage Management Subaccount............ 515,000


3940-001-0424--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Seawater Intrusion Control Subaccount..... 222,000


3940-001-0436--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Underground Storage Tank Tester Account... 62,000


3940-001-0439--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, payable from the
Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund..... 237,774,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Water Quality.... 439,148,000
(2) 20-Water Rights..... 14,019,000
(3) 30.01-
Administration...... 17,726,000
(4) 30.02-Distributed
Administration...... -17,726,000
(5) Reimbursements...... -9,204,000
(6) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 3940-001-
0001)............... -29,276,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Unified Program
Account (Item 3940-
001-0028)........... -607,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
3940-001-0115)...... -535,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Waste Discharge
Permit Fund (Item
3940-001-0193)...... -89,161,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Marine Invasive
Species Control
Fund (Item 3940-001-
0212)............... -100,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Public
Resources Account,
Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
3940-001-0235)...... -1,998,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Integrated
Waste Management
Account, Integrated
Waste Management
Fund (Item 3940-001-
0387)............... -4,644,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Water Recycling
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-0419)...... -1,150,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Drainage
Management
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-0422)...... -515,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Seawater
Intrusion Control
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-0424)...... -222,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Underground
Storage Tank Tester
Account (Item 3940-
001-0436)........... -62,000
(17) Amount payable from
the 1984 State
Clean Water Bond
Fund (Item 3940-001-
0740)............... -314,000
(18) Amount payable
from the Federal
Trust Fund (Item
3940-001-0890)...... -52,030,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Water Rights
Fund (Item 3940-001-
3058)............... -12,591,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Wastewater
Operator
Certification Fund
(Item 3940-001-
3160)............... -651,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Watershed
Protection
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-6013)...... -196,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Santa Ana River
Watershed
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-6016)...... -250,000
(23) Amount payable from
the Lake Elsinore
and San Jacinto
Watershed
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-6017)...... -130,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Nonpoint Source
Pollution Control
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-6019)...... -200,000
(25) Amount payable from
the State
Revolving Fund Loan
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-6020)...... -821,000
(26) Amount payable from
the Wastewater
Construction Grant
Subaccount (Item
3940-001-6021)...... -910,000
(27) Amount payable from
the Coastal
Nonpoint Source
Control Subaccount
(Item 3940-001-
6022)............... -133,000
(28) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking
Water, Coastal and
Beach Protection
Fund of 2002 (Item
3940-001-6031)...... -1,473,000
(29) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water
Quality and Supply,
Flood Control,
River and Coastal
Protection Fund of
2006 (Item 3940-001-
6051)............... -1,897,000
(30) Amount payable from
the Petroleum
Underground Storage
Tank Financing
Account (Item 3940-
001-8026)........... -609,000
(31) Amount payable from
the State Water
Pollution Control
Revolving Fund
Administration Fund
(Item 3940-001-
9739)............... -5,714,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon approval
and order of the Director of
Finance, the State Water
Resources Control Board may
borrow sufficient funds for
cash purposes from special
funds that otherwise provide
support for the board. Any such
loans are to be repaid with
interest at the rate earned in
the Pooled Money Investment
Account.


3940-001-0740--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the 1984
State Clean Water Bond Fund............... 314,000


3940-001-0890--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 52,030,000


3940-001-3058--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Water Rights Fund......................... 12,591,000


3940-001-3160--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Wastewater Operator Certification Fund.... 651,000


3940-001-6013--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Watershed Protection Subaccount........... 196,000


3940-001-6016--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Santa Ana River Watershed Subaccount...... 250,000


3940-001-6017--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the Lake
Elsinore and San Jacinto Watershed
Subaccount................................ 130,000


3940-001-6019--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Nonpoint Source Pollution Control
Subaccount................................ 200,000


3940-001-6020--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
State Revolving Fund Loan Subaccount...... 821,000


3940-001-6021--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Wastewater Construction Grant Subaccount.. 910,000


3940-001-6022--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Coastal Nonpoint Source Control
Subaccount................................ 133,000


3940-001-6031--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Water Security, Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002. 1,473,000


3940-001-6051--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 1,897,000


3940-001-8026--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
Petroleum Underground Storage Tank
Financing Account......................... 609,000


3940-001-9739--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board, for payment to
Item 3940-001-0439, payable from the
State Water Pollution Control Revolving
Fund Administration Fund.................. 5,714,000


3940-005-0001--For support of State Water
Resources Control Board...................... 324,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Water Quality........... 324,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act item
for support of the State Water
Resources Control Board may be
augmented to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services. No augmentation shall be
made sooner than 30 days after
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee has been notified in
writing.


3940-011-0439--For transfer by the
Controller from the Underground Storage
Tank Cleanup Fund to the Underground
Storage Tank Cleanup Fund, School
District Account.......................... (10,000,000)


3940-011-3147--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the State Water Pollution
Control Revolving Fund Small Communities (1,000,00
Grant Fund to the General Fund as a loan..... 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,000,000 as a
loan to the General Fund, which
shall be repaid by June 30,
2014. The Director of
Finance shall order the
repayment of all or a portion
of this loan if he or she
determines that either of the
following circumstances exists:
(a) The fund or account from
which the loan was made has a
need for the moneys, or (b)
there is no longer a need for
the moneys in the fund or
account that received the loan.
This loan shall be repaid with
interest calculated at the rate
earned by the Pooled Money
Investment Account at the time
of the transfer.


3940-101-0001--For local assistance, State Water
Resources Control Board............................. 0
Schedule:
(1) 10-Water Quality......... 100,891,000
(2) Amount payable from the
Water Recycling
Subaccount (Item 3940-
101-0419)................ -2,071,000
(3) Amount payable from the
School District Account,
Underground Storage Tank
Cleanup Fund (Item 3940-
101-3134)................ -10,000,000
(4) Amount payable from the
State Water Pollution
Control Revolving Fund
Small Community Grant
Fund (Item 3940-101-
3147).................... -1,000,000
(5) Amount payable from the
Water Security, Clean
Drinking Water, Coastal
and Beach Protection
Fund of 2002 (Item 3940-
101-6031)................ -1,794,000
(6) Amount payable from the
Safe Drinking Water,
Water Quality and
Supply, Flood Control,
River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006
(Item 3940-101-6051)..... -74,526,000
(7) Amount payable from the
Petroleum Underground
Storage Tank Financing
Account (Item 3940-101-
8026).................... -11,500,000


3940-101-0419--For local assistance,
State Water Resources Control Board, for
payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable
from the Water Recycling Subaccount, to
be available for expenditure until June
30, 2014.................................. 2,071,000


3940-101-3134--For local assistance,
State Water Resources Control Board, for
payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable
from the School District Account in the
Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund..... 10,000,000


3940-101-3147--For local assistance,
State Water Resources Control Board, for
payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable
from the State Water Pollution Control
Revolving Fund Small Community Grant Fund. 1,000,000


3940-101-6031--For local assistance,
State Water Resources Control Board, for
payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable
from the Water Security, Clean Drinking
Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund
of 2002, to be available for expenditure
until June 30, 2014....................... 1,794,000


3940-101-6051--For local assistance,
State Water Resources Control Board, for
payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable
from the Safe Drinking Water, Water
Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River
and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006, to
be available for expenditure until June
30, 2014.................................. 74,526,000


3940-101-8026--For local assistance,
State Water Resources Control Board, for
payment to Item 3940-101-0001, payable
from the Petroleum Underground Storage
Tank Financing Account.................... 11,500,000


3940-495--Reversion, State Water Resources
Control Board. As of June 30, 2011, the
balances specified below of the appropriations
provided in the following citations shall
revert to the balances of the funds from which
the appropriations were made:
6051-- Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality
and Supply, Flood Control, River and
Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1) $21,753,477 of funds from Item
3940-101-6051, Budget Act of 2007
(Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007)
(2) $53,526,750 of funds from Item 3940-
101-6051, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268
and 269, Stats. 2008)


3960-001-0001--For support of Department
of Toxic Substances Control, for payment
to Item 3960-001-0014...................... 21,858,000
Provisions:
1. The Director of Toxic
Substances Control may expend
from this item: (a)
$12,052,000 for the following
activities at the federal
Stringfellow Superfund site:
(1) operation and maintenance
of pretreatment plants to
treat contaminated groundwater
extracted from the site, (2)
site maintenance and
groundwater monitoring, and
(3) implementation of work to
stabilize the site, and (b)
$802,000 for the operation of
the Illegal Drug Laboratory
Removal Program.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the funds
appropriated for removal and
remedial action at the federal
Stringfellow Superfund site
shall be available for
encumbrance for three fiscal
years subsequent to the fiscal
year in which the funds are
appropriated, and
disbursements in liquidation
of encumbrances shall be
pursuant to Section 16304.1 of
the Government Code.
3. Of the amount appropriated in
this item, $2,636,000 shall be
used for the purposes of
emergency response activity
pursuant to Section 25354 of
the Health and Safety Code, in
lieu of the appropriation made
pursuant to that section.
4. The amount appropriated in
this item includes $6,368,000
for emergency response
activities at the BKK
Landfill. This appropriation
is subject to the condition
that, to the extent that funds
are expended for purposes for
which any private or public
entity is or may be held
financially liable, the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control shall take all
reasonable actions to recover
the amount of that expenditure
from one or more of those
entities, and that the amounts
so recovered be paid to the
General Fund in reimbursement
of the amount of that
expenditure. Additionally,
those recovered funds shall be
spent before funds from the
General Fund, consistent with
the language in any settlement
agreements between the
department and the potentially
responsible parties.
5. As of June 30, 2011, or
earlier, any unexpended funds
in Provision 4 shall revert to
the General Fund if the
Director of Toxic Substances
Control and the Director of
Finance agree that sufficient
funds have been provided by
the other potentially
responsible parties.
6. The Director of Toxic
Substances Control shall send
a letter notifying the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of
the Legislature that act on
the department's budget
and the Legislative Analyst's
Office within 30 days of
receiving any moneys from
potentially responsible
parties for the BKK Landfill.


3960-001-0014--For support of Department
of Toxic Substances Control, payable from
the Hazardous Waste Control Account........ 49,903,000
Schedule:
(1) 12-Site Mitigation
and Brownfields
Reuse............... 92,790,000
(2) 13-Hazardous Waste
Management.......... 62,822,000
(3) 19.01-
Administration...... 33,201,000
(4) 19.02-Distributed
Administration...... -33,201,000
(5) 20-Science,
Pollution
Prevention and
Technology.......... 19,327,000
(6) 21-State Certified
Unified Program..... 2,396,000
(7) Reimbursements...... -10,752,000
(8) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 3960-001-
0001)............... -21,858,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Unified Program
Account (Item 3960-
001-0028)........... -1,027,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Illegal Drug
Lab Cleanup Account
(Item 3960-001-
0065)............... -2,051,000
(11) Amount payable from
the California Used
Oil Recycling Fund
(Item 3960-001-
0100)............... -422,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Toxic
Substances Control
Account (Item 3960-
001-0557)........... -58,258,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3960-001-
0890)............... -27,844,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Environmental
Quality Assessment
Fund (Item 3960-001-
3035)............... -298,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Electronic
Waste and Recovery
and Recycling
Account (Item 3960-
001-3065)........... -2,676,000
(16) Amount payable from
the State Certified
Unified Program
Agency Account
(Item 3960-001-
3084)............... -2,246,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon approval
and order of the Director of
Finance, the Department of Toxic
Substances Control may borrow
sufficient funds from special
funds that otherwise provide
support for the department for
cashflow purposes. Any such
loans are to be repaid with
interest at the rate earned by
the Pooled Money Investment
Account.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon request
of the Director of Toxic
Substances Control, and approval
of the Department of Finance,
the Controller shall increase
the appropriation in this item
in an amount necessary to pay
the State Board of Equalization
any additional costs the board
may incur to make refunds
required by Chapter 737 of the
Statutes of 1998, provided that
sufficient funds are available
for such purposes and the board
provides workload information
that justifies the increase.
3. No positions approved under this
item or any other actions of the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control shall be used to
investigate or work on a sale,
lease, or other transfer of
control of land at Santa Susana
Field Laboratory until the
Director of Toxic Substances
Control certifies that the
cleanups specified in the
Administrative Orders on Consent
signed on December 6, 2010, for
that portion of Santa Susana
Field Laboratory, have been
completed and the requirements
of Sections 25359.20 and
25359.21 of the Health and
Safety Code are met.


3960-001-0018--For support of Department of
Toxic Substances Control, payable from the
Site Remediation Account..................... 9,531,000
Schedule:
(1) 12-Site Mitigation and
Brownfields Reuse...... 9,531,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
includes revenues derived from the
assessment of fines and penalties
imposed as specified in Section
13332.18 of the Government Code.
2. The Director of Toxic Substances
Control shall report, in writing,
not later than 180 days after the
end of the fiscal year to the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, the
chairpersons of the legislative
fiscal committees that act on the
department's budget, the Chairperson
of the Assembly Committee on
Environmental Safety and Toxic
Materials, and the Chairperson of
the Senate Committee on
Environmental Quality, actions taken
under this provision.
3. Notwithstanding Section 1.80, this
appropriation shall be available in
accordance with the provisions of
Section 25330.2 of the Health and
Safety Code.


3960-001-0028--For support of Department
of Toxic Substances Control, for payment
to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
Unified Program Account................... 1,027,000


3960-001-0065--For support of Department
of Toxic Substances Control, for payment
to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
Illegal Drug Lab Cleanup Account.......... 2,051,000


3960-001-0100--For support of Department
of Toxic Substances Control, for payment
to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
California Used Oil Recycling Fund........ 422,000


3960-001-0557--For support of Department
of Toxic Substances Control, for payment
to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
Toxic Substances Control Account........... 58,258,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item includes revenues
derived from the
assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified
in Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.
2. The amount appropriated in
this item includes state
oversight costs at military
installations. The expenditure
of these funds shall not
relieve the federal government
of the responsibility to pay
for all state oversight costs.
The Department of Toxic
Substances Control shall take
all steps necessary to recover
these costs from the federal
government, including, but not
limited to, filing civil
actions authorized by state
and federal law.


3960-001-0890--For support of Department
of Toxic Substances Control, for payment
to Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund......................... 27,844,000
Provisions:
1. Upon receipt of the federal
Revolving Fund Grant, the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control is authorized to make
loans and grants as authorized
under the federal regulations
and in accordance with all
applicable federal laws and
guidelines.


3960-001-3035--For support of Department of
Toxic Substances Control, for payment to
Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
Environmental Quality Assessment Fund....... 298,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order of
the Director of Finance, the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control may borrow for cashflow
purposes sufficient funds from
special funds that otherwise
provide support for the department.
Any such loans are to be repaid
with interest at the rate earned by
the Pooled Money Investment Account.


3960-001-3065--For support of Department of
Toxic Substances Control, for payment to
Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the
Electronic Waste and Recovery and Recycling
Account..................................... 2,676,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order
of the Director of Finance, the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control may borrow for cashflow
purposes sufficient funds from
special funds that otherwise
provide support for the department.
Any such loans are to be repaid
with interest at the rate earned by
the Pooled Money Investment Account.


3960-001-3084--For support of Department of
Toxic Substances Control, for payment to
Item 3960-001-0014, payable from the State
Certified Unified Program Agency Account.... 2,246,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon approval and order
of the Department of Finance, the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control may borrow for cashflow
purposes sufficient funds from
special funds that otherwise
provide support to the department.
Any such loans are to be repaid
with interest at the rate earned by
the Pooled Money Investment Account.
2. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


3960-011-0294--For transfer by the
Controller from the subaccount for removal
and remedial action in the Hazardous
Substance Account to the Toxic Substances
Control Account............................. (250,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon request of the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control, the Controller shall
transfer those funds deposited in
the subaccount for removal and
remedial action in the Hazardous
Substance Account to the Toxic
Substances Control Account in an
amount sufficient to fund the
department's costs of providing
oversight to sites with deposits in
the subaccount for removal and
remedial action. The amount of
funds transferred for the oversight
of a given site shall not exceed
the amount deposited in the
subaccount for removal and remedial
action pursuant to the settlement
for that specific site.


3960-011-0458--For transfer by the
Controller from the Site Operation and
Maintenance Account, Hazardous Substance
Account, to the Toxic Substances Control
Account..................................... (10,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon request of the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control, the Controller shall
transfer funds from the Site
Operation and Maintenance Account
to the Toxic Substances Control
Account in an amount sufficient to
fund the department's costs of
providing oversight for sites
requiring long-term operation and
maintenance. The amount of this
transfer can be increased or
decreased based on the department's
actual costs. The amount of funds
transferred for the oversight shall
not exceed the amount deposited in
the Site Operation and Maintenance
Account.


3960-011-1003--For transfer by the
Controller from the Cleanup Loans and
Environmental Assistance to Neighborhoods
Account to the Toxic Substances Control
Account..................................... (424,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon request of the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control, the Controller shall
transfer up to $424,000 to the
Toxic Substances Control Account
based on actual costs incurred by
the department for its oversight of
Cleanup Loans and Environmental
Assistance to Neighborhoods loan
projects, provided that sufficient
funds are available for those
purposes.


3960-012-0458--For transfer by the
Controller from the Site Operation and
Maintenance Account, Hazardous Substance
Account, to the Hazardous Waste Control
Account..................................... (10,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon request of the
Department of Toxic Substances
Control, the Controller shall
transfer funds from the Site
Operation and Maintenance Account
to the Hazardous Waste Control
Account in an amount sufficient to
fund the department's costs of
providing oversight for sites
requiring long-term operation and
maintenance. The amount of this
transfer can be increased or
decreased based on the department's
actual costs. The amount of funds
transferred for the oversight shall
not exceed the amount deposited in
the Site Operation and Maintenance
Account.


3960-012-0557--For transfer by the
Controller from the Toxic Substances
Control Account to the Site Remediation
Account................................... (9,123,000)


3960-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Toxic Substances Control,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund.......... 2,000,000
Schedule:
(1) 12-Site Mitigation and
Brownfields Reuse...... 2,000,000
Provisions:
1. Upon receipt of the federal
Revolving Fund Grant, the Department
of Toxic Substances Control is
authorized to make loans and grants
as authorized under the federal
regulations in accordance with all
applicable federal laws and
guidelines.


3960-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department
of Toxic Substances Control, payable from the
General Fund.................................. 1,635,000
Schedule:
(1) 12.18.STF-Stringfellow
Pretreatment Plant Site-
- Working drawings.......... 1,635,000


3980-001-0001--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056......... 2,280,000


3980-001-0028--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, for
payment to Item 3980-001-3056, payable from
the Unified Program Account................. 141,000
Provisions:
1. The Office of Environmental Health
Hazard Assessment may assist the
Office of Emergency Services by
establishing or revising
toxicological and health-based
parameters for the California
Accidental Release Prevention
Program. The Office of
Environmental Health Hazard
Assessment shall not establish
policies and procedures for the
California Accidental Release
Prevention Program.


3980-001-0044--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the Motor Vehicle Account,
State Transportation Fund................. 3,988,000


3980-001-0100--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the California Used Oil
Recycling Fund............................ 601,000


3980-001-0106--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the Department of Pesticide
Regulation Fund........................... 1,743,000


3980-001-0115--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the Air Pollution Control
Fund...................................... 652,000


3980-001-0140--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the California Environmental
License Plate Fund........................ 922,000


3980-001-0320--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the Oil Spill Prevention and
Administration Fund....................... 140,000


3980-001-0387--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the Integrated Waste
Management Account, Integrated Waste
Management Fund........................... 268,000


3980-001-0557--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the Toxic Substances Control
Account................................... 768,000


3980-001-0890--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
for payment to Item 3980-001-3056,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund....... 414,000


3980-001-3056--For support of Office of
Environmental Health Hazard Assessment,
payable from the Safe Drinking Water and
Toxic Enforcement Fund........................ 4,495,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Health Risk
Assessment............ 19,868,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -3,456,000
(3) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 3980-001-0001).. -2,280,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Unified Program
Account (Item 3980-
001-0028)............. -141,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 3980-001-0044).. -3,988,000
(6) Amount payable from
the California Used
Oil Recycling Fund
(Item 3980-001-0100).. -601,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Department of
Pesticide Regulation
Fund (Item 3980-001-
0106)................. -1,743,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
3980-001-0115)........ -652,000
(9) Amount payable from
the California
Environmental License
Plate Fund (Item 3980-
001-0140)............. -922,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Oil Spill
Prevention and
Administration Fund
(Item 3980-001-0320).. -140,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Integrated Waste
Management Account
(Item 3980-001-0387).. -268,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Toxic Substances
Control Account (Item
3980-001-0557)........ -768,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 3980-001-
0890)................. -414,000

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


4100-001-0890--For support of the State
Council on Developmental Disabilities,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund........... 7,317,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-State Council
Planning and
Administration......... 1,735,000
(2) 20-Community Program
Development............ 1,000,000
(3) 40-Regional Offices
and Local Area Boards.. 8,628,000
(4) Reimbursements......... -4,046,000


4100-490--Reappropriation, State Council on
Developmental Disabilities. The unencumbered
balance of the appropriation provided in the
following citation is reappropriated for the
purposes specified in Provision 1 and shall
be available for encumbrance or expenditure
until June 30, 2012:
0890-- Federal Trust Fund
(1) Item 4100-001-0890, Budget Act of
2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
Provisions:
1. The funds reappropriated in this item
shall be available for transfer to
and in augmentation of Item 4100-001-
0890 for the following purposes:
(a) To augment the allocation to the
Developmental Disabilities
Program Development Fund.
(b) To fund the cost of salary and
benefit increases approved by the
Legislature that exceed the
Budget Act appropriation.
(c) To fund implementation of any
portion of the state plan as
approved by the State Council on
Developmental Disabilities.


4120-001-0001--For support of Emergency
Medical Services Authority.................... 1,202,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Emergency Medical
Services Authority..... 12,187,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -6,045,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Emergency Medical
Services Training
Program Approval Fund
(Item 4120-001-0194)... -380,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Emergency Medical
Services Personnel
Fund (Item 4120-001-
0312).................. -1,598,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4120-001-0890)... -1,814,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Emergency
Medical Technician
Certification Fund
(Item 4120-001-3137)... -1,148,000


4120-001-0194--For support of Emergency
Medical Services Authority, for payment
to Item 4120-001-0001, payable from the
Emergency Medical Services Training
Program Approval Fund..................... 380,000


4120-001-0312--For support of Emergency
Medical Services Authority, for payment
to Item 4120-001-0001, payable from the
Emergency Medical Services Personnel Fund. 1,598,000


4120-001-0890--For support of Emergency
Medical Services Authority, for payment
to Item 4120-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 1,814,000


4120-001-3137--For support of Emergency
Medical Services Authority, for payment
to Item 4120-001-0001, payable from the
Emergency Medical Technician
Certification Fund........................ 1,148,000


4120-101-0001--For local assistance, Emergency
Medical Services Authority, grants to local
agencies....................................... 5,558,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Emergency Medical
Services Authority...... 15,242,000
(2) Reimbursements.......... -8,680,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4120-101-0890).... -704,000
(4) Amount payable from the
Emergency Medical
Technician
Certification Fund
(Item 4120-101-3137).... -300,000
Provisions:
1. The General Fund support for poison
control centers shall augment, but
not replace, local expenditures for
existing poison control center
services. These funds shall be used
primarily to increase services to
underserved counties and populations
and for poison prevention and
information services. The Director
of the Emergency Medical
Services Authority may contract with
eligible poison control centers for
the distribution of these funds.
2. The Emergency Medical Services
Authority shall use the following
guidelines in administering state-
funded grants to local agencies: (a)
funding eligibility shall be limited
to rural multicounty regions that
demonstrate a heavy use of the
emergency medical services system by
nonresidents, (b) local agencies
shall provide matching funds of at
least $1 for each dollar of state
funds received, (c) state funding
shall be used to provide only
essential minimum services necessary
to operate the system, as defined by
the authority, (d) no region shall
receive both federal and state funds
in the same fiscal year for the same
purpose, and (e) the authority shall
monitor the use of the funds by
recipients to ensure that these
funds are used in an appropriate
manner.
3. Each region shall be eligible to
receive up to one-half of the total
cost of a minimal system for that
region, as defined by the Emergency
Medical Services Authority. However,
the authority may reallocate
unclaimed funds among regions.
4. Notwithstanding Provision 2(b), each
region with a population of 300,000
or less as of June 30, 2011, shall
receive the full amount for which it
is eligible if it provides a cash
match of $0.41 per capita or more.
Failure to provide local cash
contributions at the specified level
shall result in a proportional
reduction in state funding.
5. It is the intent of the Legislature
that the Director of the Emergency
Medical Services Authority provide
assistance, when feasible, to poison
control centers in seeking sources
of funding other than General Fund
support, including grants from
health-related foundations, federal
grants, and assistance from the
California Children and Families
Commission, or other relevant
entities. It is also the intent of
the Legislature that poison control
centers assertively seek and obtain
funding from foundations, private
sector entities, the federal
government, and sources other than
the General Fund.


4120-101-0890--For local assistance,
Emergency Medical Services Authority, for
payment to Item 4120-101-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 704,000


4120-101-3137--For local assistance,
Emergency Medical Services Authority, for
payment to Item 4120-101-0001, payable
from the Emergency Medical Technician
Certification Fund........................ 300,000


4140-001-0001--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-
0121, payable from the General Fund....... 74,000


4140-001-0121--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and Development.. 55,264,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Health Care
Quality and
Analysis............ 6,338,000
(2) 30-Health Care
Workforce........... 19,420,000
(3) 42-Facilities
Development......... 55,355,000
(4) 45-Cal-Mortgage
Loan Insurance...... 4,761,000
(5) 60-Health Care
Information......... 9,422,000
(6) 80.01-
Administration...... 16,134,000
(7) 80.02-Distributed
Administration...... -15,743,000
(8) Reimbursements...... -714,000
(9) Amount payable from
the General Fund
(Item 4140-001-
0001)............... -74,000
(10) Amount payable from
the California
Health Data and
Planning Fund (Item
4140-001-0143)...... -22,198,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Registered
Nurse Education
Fund (Item 4140-001-
0181)............... -2,220,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4140-001-
0890)............... -418,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Mental Health
Practitioner
Education Fund
(Item 4140-001-
3064)............... -551,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Vocational
Nurse Education
Fund (Item 4140-001-
3068)............... -232,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Mental Health
Services Fund (Item
4140-001-3085)...... -5,895,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Medically
Underserved Account
for Physicians,
Health Professions
Education Fund
(Item 4140-001-
8034)............... -900,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Medically
Underserved Account
for Physicians,
Health Professions
Education Fund
(Section 128555 of
the Health and
Safety Code)........ -1,400,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Health
Facilities
Construction Loan
Insurance Fund
(Section 129200 of
the Health and
Safety Code)........ -4,761,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Health
Professions
Education Fund
(Section 128355 of
the Health and
Safety Code)........ -1,060,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon request
by the Office of Statewide
Health Planning and Development,
the Department of Finance may
augment the amount available for
expenditure in this item to pay
costs associated with the review
of hospital building plans. The
augmentation may be effected not
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the
necessity therefor to the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the
joint committee, or his or her
designee, may determine.


4140-001-0143--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-
0121, payable from the California Health
Data and Planning Fund.................... 22,198,000


4140-001-0181--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-
0121, payable from the Registered Nurse
Education Fund............................ 2,220,000


4140-001-0890--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and Development,
for payment to Item 4140-001-0121, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................. 418,000
Provisions:
1. Unspent federal stimulus funds
authorized in the American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act of 2009
for the State Primary Care Offices
and Student/Resident Experiences
and Rotations in Community Health
programs, budgeted in the 2011-12
fiscal year, are available for
encumbrance or expenditure through
June 30, 2013.


4140-001-3064--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-
0121, payable from the Mental Health
Practitioner Education Fund............... 551,000


4140-001-3068--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-
0121, payable from the Vocational Nurse
Education Fund............................ 232,000


4140-001-3085--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-
0121, payable from the Mental Health
Services Fund............................. 5,895,000


4140-001-8034--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-001-
0121, payable from the Medically
Underserved Account for Physicians,
Health Professions Education Fund......... 900,000


4140-011-0121--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Hospital Building Fund
to the General Fund........................ (75,000,000)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $75,000,000 as
a loan to the General Fund,
which shall be repaid by June
30, 2014. The Director of
Finance shall order the
repayment of all or a portion
of this loan if he or she
determines that either of the
following circumstances
exists: (a) the Hospital
Building Fund has a need for
the moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys
in the fund or account that
received the loan. The loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer.


4140-017-0143--For support of Office of
Statewide Health Planning and Development,
payable from the California Health Data and
Planning Fund................................ 108,000
Schedule:
(1) 60-Health Care
Information................ 108,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to the
federal Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of
1996.


4140-101-0001--For local assistance, Office of
Statewide Health Planning and Development............ 0
Schedule:
(1) 30-Health Care Workforce... 8,556,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -400,000
(3) Amount payable from the
California Health Data and
Planning Fund (Item 4140-
101-0143).................. -6,656,000

(4) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund (Item
4140-101-0890)............. -1,000,000
(5) Amount payable from the
Mental Health Services
Fund (Item 4140-101-3085).. -500,000
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in Schedule
(1), $2,725,000 is appropriated for
nursing education pursuant to subdivision
(c) of Section 128235 of the Health and
Safety Code.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, the funds appropriated in this item
for contracts with accredited medical
schools, or programs that train primary
care physician assistants, registered
nurses, or primary care nurse
practitioners, as well as contracts with
hospitals or other health care delivery
systems located in California, that meet
the standards of the California
Healthcare Workforce Policy Commission
established pursuant to Article 1
(commencing with Section 128200) of
Chapter 4 of Part 3 of Division 107 of
the Health and Safety Code, shall
continue to be available for the 2012-13,
2013-14, and 2014-15 fiscal years.


4140-101-0143--For local assistance, Office
of Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-101-
0001, payable from the California Health
Data and Planning Fund...................... 6,656,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of
Section 1.80 or any other
provision of law, the funds
appropriated in this item for
contracts with accredited medical
schools, or programs that train
primary care physician assistants
or primary care nurse
practitioners, as well as contracts
with hospitals or other health care
delivery systems located in
California, that meet the standards
of the California Healthcare
Workforce Policy Commission
established pursuant to Article 1
(commencing with Section 128200) of
Chapter 4 of Part 3 of Division 107
of the Health and Safety Code,
shall continue to be available for
the 2012-13, 2013-14, and 2014-15
fiscal years.


4140-101-0890--For local assistance, Office
of Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-101-
0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund... 1,000,000
Provisions:
1. Unspent federal stimulus funds
authorized in the American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act of 2009
(P.L. 111-5) for the State Loan
Repayment Program, budgeted in the
2011-12 fiscal year, are available
for encumbrance or expenditure
through June 30, 2013.


4140-101-3085--For local assistance, Office
of Statewide Health Planning and
Development, for payment to Item 4140-101-
0001, payable from the Mental Health
Services Fund............................... 500,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of
Section 1.80 or any other
provision of law, the funds
appropriated in this item for
contracts with accredited physician
assistant programs, as well as
contracts with hospitals or other
health care delivery systems
located in California, in support
of the Mental Health Services Act
that meet the standards of the
California Healthcare Workforce
Policy Commission established
pursuant to Article 1 (commencing
with Section 128200) of Chapter 4
of Part 3 of Division 107 of the
Health and Safety Code, shall
continue to be available for the
2012-13, 2013-14, and 2014-15
fiscal years.


4140-401--Notwithstanding Provision 1 of
Item 4140-011-0121, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as
amended by Section 22 of Chapter 2 of the
2009-10 Third Extraordinary Session, the
$20,000,000 loan authorized therein shall
be fully repaid to the Hospital Building
Fund no later than July 1, 2012.


4140-490--Reappropriation, Office of Statewide
Health Planning and Development. The balances
of the appropriations provided in the
following citations are reappropriated for the
purposes provided for in those appropriations
and shall be available for encumbrance or
expenditure until June 30, 2012:
3085-- Mental Health Services Fund
(1) Item 4140-001-3085, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
0890-- Federal Fund
(1) Item 4140-001-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) Item 4140-101-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)


4170-001-0001--For support of Department of
Aging........................................ 3,995,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Nutrition.......... 2,880,000
(2) 20-Senior Community
Employment Service.... 694,000
(3) 30-Supportive
Services and Centers.. 4,877,000
(4) 40-Special Projects... 1,214,000
(4.5) 45-CDA Medi-Cal
Programs.............. 6,746,000
(5) 50.01-Administration.. 8,567,000
(6) 50.02-Distributed
Administration........ -8,567,000
(7) Reimbursements........ -4,230,000
(8) Amount payable from
the State HICAP Fund
(Item 4170-001-
0289)................. -228,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4170-001-
0890)................. -7,912,000
(10) Amount payable from
the State Citation
Penalties Account,
Special Deposit Fund
(Item 4170-002-0942).. -46,000


4170-001-0289--For support of Department
of Aging, for payment to Item 4170-001-
0001, payable from the State HICAP Fund... 228,000


4170-001-0890--For support of Department of
Aging, for payment to Item 4170-001-0001,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund......... 7,912,000
Provisions:
1. The Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of funds
between this item and Item 4170-101-
0890 no sooner than 30 days
after written notification to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee
may determine. The notification
shall include: (a) the amount of
the proposed transfer, (b) an
identification of the purposes for
which the funds will be used, (c)
documentation that the proposed
activities must be carried out in
the current year and that no other
funds are available for their
support, and (d) the impact of any
transfer on the level of services.


4170-002-0942--For support of Department
of Aging, for payment to Item 4170-001-
0001, payable from the State Health
Facilities Citation Penalties Account,
Special Deposit Fund...................... 46,000


4170-017-0001--For support of Department of
Aging........................................ 12,000
Schedule:
(1) 45-CDA Medi-Cal Programs... 24,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -12,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to the
federal Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of
1996.


4170-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Aging........................ 28,538,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Nutrition........ 77,804,000
(2) 20-Senior Community
Employment Service.. 9,786,000
(3) 30-Supportive
Services and
Centers............. 63,177,000
(4) 40-Special Projects. 11,957,000
(5) 45-CDA Medi-Cal
Programs............ 20,232,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -4,559,000
(7) Amount payable from
the State HICAP
Fund (Item 4170-101-
0289)............... -2,246,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4170-101-
0890)............... -144,571,000
(9) Amount payable from
the State
Health Facilities
Citation Penalties
Account, Special
Deposit Fund (Item
4170-102-0942)...... -1,142,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Skilled Nursing
Facility Quality
and Accountability
Special Fund (Item
4170-101-3167)...... -1,900,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
the Department of Finance, upon
notification by the California
Department of Aging, may
authorize transfers between
Program 10-Nutrition and Program
30-Supportive Services and
Centers in response to budget
revisions submitted by the Area
Agencies on Aging.
2. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, the Controller shall,
upon enactment of this act,
reimburse the amount specified
in Program 45-CDA Medi-Cal
Programs to the State Department
of Health Care Services for
support of the Multipurpose
Senior Services Program.
3. Given the reduction of up to
$2,500,000 in General Fund
moneys in the 2011-12 fiscal
year for the Multipurpose
Senior Services Program, the
California Department of Aging
and the State Department of
Health Care Services shall
consult with the federal
government to identify ways to
reduce the operational costs of
the program and to limit the
impact on the number of
recipients served. These
departments shall update the
appropriate fiscal and policy
committees of the Legislature
regarding their plans for
implementing the reduction.


4170-101-0289--For local assistance,
Department of Aging, for payment to Item
4170-101-0001, payable from the State
HICAP Fund................................ 2,246,000


4170-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Aging, for payment to Item
4170-101-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................. 144,571,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 4170-001-
0890 is also applicable to
this item.
2. Notwithstanding subdivision
(e) of Section 28.00, the
Department of Finance, upon
notification by the California
Department of Aging, may
authorize augmentations in
this item for federal Title
III, Title VII, HICAP one-time
only allocations, and for
unexpended 2010-11 federal
grant funds. The Department of
Finance shall provide
notification of the
augmentation to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
within 10 working days from
the date of the Department of
Finance approval of the
adjustment.
3. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
the Department of Finance,
upon notification by the
California Department of
Aging, may authorize transfers
between Program 10-Nutrition
and Program 30-Supportive
Services and Centers in
response to budget revisions
submitted by the Area Agencies
on Aging.
4. Unexpended federal grant funds
for Chronic Disease Self-
Management Programs budgeted
in 2010-11 are available for
encumbrance or expenditure
until March 30, 2012.


4170-101-3167--For local assistance,
Department of Aging, for payment to Item
4170-101-0001, payable from the Skilled
Nursing Facility Quality and
Accountability Special Fund............... 1,900,000


4170-102-0942--For local assistance,
Department of Aging, for payment to Item
4170-101-0001, payable from the State
Citation Penalties Account, Special Deposit
Fund........................................ 1,142,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, funds appropriated in
this item shall be allocated by the
California Department of Aging to
each local ombudsman program in
accordance with a formula
calculated on the number of beds in
licensed skilled nursing home
facilities in each program's area
of service in proportion to the
total number of beds in licensed
skilled nursing homes in the state.


4180-002-0886--For support of Commission on
Aging, payable from the California Seniors
Special Fund................................ 54,000
Provisions:
1. Pursuant to Section 18773 of the
Revenue and Taxation Code, the
balance of this item as well as the
balance of prior year
appropriations from the
California Seniors Special Fund may
be carried over and expended in any
following fiscal year.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures from the
California Seniors Special Fund for
the California Commission on Aging
in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30
days after notification in writing
of the necessity therefor is
provided to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


4180-002-0890--For support of Commission on
Aging, payable from the Federal Trust Fund.. 356,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures from the
Federal Trust Fund for the
California Commission on Aging
in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30
days after notification in writing
of the necessity therefor is
provided to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


4185-001-0983--For support of California
Senior Legislature, payable from the
California Fund for Senior Citizens......... 278,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item
from the California Fund for Senior
Citizens shall be allocated by the
California Senior Legislature
for the purposes specified in
Section 18723 of the Revenue and
Taxation Code.
2. Pursuant to Section 18723 of the
Revenue and Taxation Code, the
balance of this item as well as the
balance of prior year
appropriations from the California
Fund for Senior Citizens may be
carried over and expended in any
following fiscal year.
3. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Director of Finance may
authorize expenditures from the
California Fund for Senior Citizens
for the California Senior
Legislature in excess of the amount
appropriated not sooner than 30
days after notification in writing
of the necessity therefor is
provided to the chairpersons of
the fiscal committees of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee.


4200-001-0001--For support of Department of
Alcohol and Drug Programs..................... 4,202,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Alcohol and Other
Drug Services Program.. 42,724,000
(2) 30.01-Administration... 11,447,000
(3) 30.02-Distributed
Administration......... -11,447,000
(4) Reimbursements......... -4,667,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Driving-Under-the-
Influence Program
Licensing Trust Fund
(Item 4200-001-0139)... -1,693,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Narcotic Treatment
Program Licensing
Trust Fund (Item 4200-
001-0243).............. -1,377,000
(7) Amount payable from
Indian Gaming Special
Distribution Fund
(Item 4200-001-0367)... -4,457,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Audit Repayment
Trust Fund (Item 4200-
001-0816).............. -72,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4200-001-0890)... -21,629,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Gambling Addiction
Program Fund (Item
4200-001-3110)......... -166,000
(12) Amount payable from
Residential and
Outpatient Program
Licensing Fund (Item
4200-001-3113)......... -4,461,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Items 4200-101-0001, 4200-102-0001,
4200-103-0001, and 4200-104-0001.
In determining which transfers are
necessary pursuant to this
provision, the department shall
assess those programs and
operations that have the most
critical need. In making the
assessment, the department shall
consider such factors as caseload
requirements, availability of
personnel to provide essential
services, other funding sources,
and relevant information provided
by affected state agencies.


4200-001-0139--For support of Department of
Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment to
Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Driving-Under-the-Influence Program
Licensing Trust Fund........................ 1,693,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of
Finance may authorize expenditures
for the Driving-Under-the-Influence
Program Licensing Trust Fund in
excess of the amount appropriated
not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing of the
necessity therefor is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of the Legislature and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine.


4200-001-0243--For support of Department of
Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment to
Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Narcotic Treatment Program Licensing Trust
Fund........................................ 1,377,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of
Finance may augment this item in
excess of the amount appropriated
not sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing is provided
to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of the Legislature and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine.


4200-001-0367--For support of Department
of Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment
to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund... 4,457,000


4200-001-0816--For support of Department
of Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment
to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Audit Repayment Trust Fund................ 72,000


4200-001-0890--For support of Department
of Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment
to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund......................... 21,629,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer funds as
necessary between this
item and Item 4200-101-0890.
In determining which transfers
are necessary pursuant to this
provision, the department
shall assess those programs
and operations that have the
most critical need. In making
this assessment, the
department shall consider such
factors as caseload
requirements, availability of
personnel to provide essential
services, other funding
sources, and relevant
information provided by
affected state agencies.


4200-001-3110--For support of Department
of Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment
to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Gambling Addiction Program Fund........... 166,000


4200-001-3113--For support of Department
of Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment
to Item 4200-001-0001, payable from the
Residential and Outpatient Program
Licensing Fund............................ 4,461,000


4200-011-0139--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Driving-Under-the-
Influence Program Licensing Trust Fund to (1,500,00
the General Fund............................. 0)
Provisions:
1. The Director of Finance may
transfer up to $1,500,000 as a
loan to the General Fund. The
Director of Finance shall order
the repayment of all or a
portion of this loan if he
or she determines that either
of the following circumstances
exists: (a) the Driving-Under-
the-Influence Program Licensing
Trust Fund has a need for the
moneys, or (b) there is no
longer a need for the moneys in
the fund or account that
received the loan. The loan
shall be repaid with interest
calculated at the rate earned
by the Pooled Money Investment
Account at the time of the
transfer.


4200-017-0001--For support of Department of
Alcohol and Drug Programs, for
implementation of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act........... 758,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Alcohol and Other Drug
Services Program........... 1,516,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -758,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support
of compliance activities related to
the federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA) of 1996.


4200-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs..... 65,940,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Alcohol and Other
Drug Services Program. 304,127,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -10,807,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Indian Gaming
Special Distribution
Fund (Item 4200-101-
0367)................. -4,000,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4200-101-
0890)................. -223,380,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Items 4200-001-0001, 4200-102-
0001, 4200-103-0001, and 4200-104-
0001. In determining which
transfers are necessary pursuant
to this provision, the department
shall assess those programs and
operations that have the most
critical need. In making this
assessment, the department shall
consider such factors as caseload
requirements, availability of
personnel to provide essential
services, other funding sources,
and relevant information provided
by affected state agencies.
2. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, one or more short-term
loans not to exceed a cumulative
total of $59,745,000 may be made
available from the General Fund
when there is a delay in the
allocation of federal Substance
Abuse Prevention and Treatment
(SAPT) Block Grant funds to
California. Each loan shall be
repaid, with interest calculated
pursuant to subdivision (a) of
Section 16314 of the Government
Code, upon receipt of the federal
SAPT Block Grant.


4200-101-0367--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs,
for payment to Item 4200-101-0001,
payable from the Indian Gaming Special
Distribution Fund......................... 4,000,000


4200-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs,
for payment to Item 4200-101-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................ 223,380,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer funds as
necessary between this item
and Item 4200-001-0890. In
determining which transfers
are necessary pursuant to this
provision, the department
shall assess those programs
and operations that have the
most critical need. In making
this assessment, the
department shall consider such
factors as caseload
requirements, availability of
personnel to provide essential
services, other funding
sources, and relevant
information provided by
affected state agencies.


4200-102-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, for
perinatal substance abuse treatment programs
(Drug Medi-Cal)................................ 2,876,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Alcohol and Other
Drug Services Program... 5,752,000
(2) Reimbursements.......... -2,876,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary
between this item and Items 4200-
001-0001, 4200-101-0001, 4200-103-
0001, and 4200-104-0001. In
determining which transfers are
necessary pursuant to this
provision, the department shall
assess those programs and operations
that have the most critical need. In
making this assessment, the
department shall consider such
factors as caseload requirements,
availability of personnel to provide
essential services, other funding
sources, and relevant information
provided by affected state agencies.
2. The funds appropriated in this item
are available to provide funding for
the state's share of expenditures
for perinatal substance abuse
services provided to persons
eligible for Medi-Cal.
3. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of
Section 1.80 and Section 26.00, the
Department of Finance may authorize
a transfer of expenditure authority
between this item and Item 4200-103-
0001, so that the funds appropriated
in either item may be used to pay
the state and federal share of prior
fiscal years' allowable Medi-Cal
costs that exceed the amount
encumbered in prior fiscal years.
The department shall notify the
Legislature within 10 days after
authorizing a transfer pursuant to
this provision unless prior
notification of the transfer has
been included in the Medi-Cal
estimates submitted pursuant to
Section 14100.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.


4200-103-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs,
for Drug Medi-Cal Services................ 127,858,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Alcohol and
Other Drug Services
Program............. 240,524,000
(2) Reimbursements...... -112,666,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval by the Department
of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Items 4200-001-0001, 4200-101-
0001, 4200-102-0001, and
4200-104-0001. In determining
which transfers are necessary
pursuant to this provision, the
department shall assess those
programs and operations that
have the most critical need. In
making this assessment, the
department shall consider such
factors as caseload
requirements, availability of
personnel to provide essential
services, other funding sources,
and relevant information
provided by affected state
agencies.
2. The funds appropriated in this
item are available to provide
funding for the state's share of
expenditures for substance abuse
services provided to persons
eligible for Medi-Cal.
3. Notwithstanding subdivision (a)
of Section 1.80 and Section
26.00, the Department of Finance
may authorize a transfer of
expenditure authority between
this item and Item 4200-102-0001
so that the funds appropriated
in either item may be used to
pay the state and federal share
of prior fiscal years' allowable
Medi-Cal costs that exceed the
amount encumbered in prior
fiscal years. The department
shall notify the Legislature
within 10 days after authorizing
a transfer pursuant to this
provision unless prior
notification of the transfer has
been included in the Medi-Cal
estimates submitted pursuant to
Section 14100.5 of the Welfare
and Institutions Code.
4. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, both the
federal and nonfederal shares of
any moneys recovered for
previously paid Drug Medi-Cal
program services provided
pursuant to Chapter 7
(commencing with Section 14000)
of Part 3 of Division 9 of
the Welfare and Institutions
Code are hereby appropriated and
shall be expended as soon as
practicable for Drug Medi-Cal
program services, as defined in
the Welfare and Institutions
Code.


4200-104-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs,
for perinatal substance abuse treatment
programs.................................... 20,448,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Alcohol and Other
Drug Services Program. 37,502,000
(2) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4200-104-
0890)................. -17,054,000
Provisions:
1. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item
and Items 4200-001-0001, 4200-101-
0001, 4200-102-0001, and 4200-103-
0001. In determining which
transfers are necessary pursuant
to this provision, the department
shall assess those programs and
operations that have the most
critical need. In making this
assessment, the department shall
consider such factors as caseload
requirements, availability of
personnel to provide essential
services, other funding sources,
and relevant information provided
by affected state agencies.
2. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, $5,104,000 shall be used to
fund existing residential
perinatal treatment programs that
were begun through the federal
Center for Substance Abuse
Treatment grants, but whose grants
have since expired and currently
are constituted as Women and
Children's Residential Treatment
Services. For counties in which
there is such a provider, the
State Department of Alcohol and
Drug Programs shall include
language in those counties'
allocation letters that indicates
the amount of the allocation
designated for the provider during
the fiscal year. Pursuant to
Section 11840.1 of the Health and
Safety Code, the treatment
programs that were established
through the federal Center for
Substance Abuse Treatment grants
are not subject to the county 10-
percent match. All of the funds
allocated for programs shall be
passed through those counties
directly to the designated
residential treatment programs in
each county, respectively.


4200-104-0890--For support of Department
of Alcohol and Drug Programs, for payment
to Item 4200-104-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 17,054,000


4260-001-0001--For support of Department
of Health Care Services.................... 135,512,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Health Care
Services............. 409,582,000
(2) 30.01-Administration. 25,792,000
(3) 30.02-Distributed
Administration....... -25,792,000
(4) Reimbursements....... -28,799,000
(5) Amount payable from
the Breast Cancer
Control Account
(Item 4260-001-0009). -112,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Childhood Lead
Poisoning Prevention
Fund (Item 4260-001-
0080)................ -181,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Unallocated
Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
4260-001-0236)....... -581,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4260-001-
0890)................ -243,532,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Mental Health
Services Fund (Item
4260-001-3085)....... -865,000
Provisions:
1. Effective February 1, 2009, the
State Department of Health Care
Services shall report biennially
in writing on the results of the
additional positions established
under the 2003 Medi-Cal Anti-
Fraud Initiative to the
chairpersons of the committees in
each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee. The
report shall include the results
of the most recently completed
biennial error rate study and
random claim sampling process,
the number of positions filled by
division, and, for each of the
components of the initiative, the
amount of savings and cost
avoidance achieved and estimated,
the number of providers
sanctioned, and the number of
claims and beneficiary records
reviewed.
2. Of the funds appropriated for new
information technology projects,
no funds may be expended on a
project prior to approval of a
feasibility study report
concerning that project by the
California Technology Agency. The
State Department of Health Care
Services shall notify the fiscal
committees of both houses of the
Legislature that a feasibility
study report has been approved
for a project within 30 days of
the report's approval by the
California Technology Agency, and
shall include with the
notification a copy of the
approved feasibility study report
that reflects any changes.
5. The State Department of Health
Care Services shall provide a
quarterly accounting of
expenditures associated with the
8.0 audit positions for the
Targeted Case Management Program
identified in the Budget Act of
2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010). The
department shall make the
quarterly accounting of
expenditures available to
designated representatives of the
local government agencies not
later than the last day of the
third quarter of the 2010-11
fiscal year, and on the last day
of each subsequent quarter
thereafter.
6. (a) The State Department of
Health Care Services
shall withhold 1 percent
of reimbursements to
local educational
agencies (LEAs) for the
purpose of funding the
work and related
administrative costs
associated with the audit
resources approved in
Budget Change Proposal
AI10-03 to ensure fiscal
accountability of the LEA
Medi-Cal Billing Option
Program and to comply
with the California Medi-
Cal State Plan. The
withhold percentage shall
be applied to funds paid
to LEAs for health
services based upon the
date of payment,
commencing July 1, 2010,
and excluding cost
settlement payments.
Moneys collected as a
result of the reduction
in federal Medicaid
payments allocable to
LEAs shall be deposited
into a special deposit
fund account, which shall
be established by the
department. The
department shall return
all unexpended funds in
the special deposit fund
account proportionately
to all LEAs that
contributed to the
account, during the
second quarter of the
subsequent fiscal
year. The annual amount
withheld shall not exceed
$650,000 for the 2010-11
fiscal year and may be
adjusted in the 2011-12
fiscal year with the
approval of the LEA Medi-
Cal Billing entities.
(b) The department shall
provide a quarterly
accounting of
expenditures made from
the special deposit fund
account. The department
shall make the quarterly
accounting of
expenditures available to
the public not later than
the last day of the third
quarter of the 2010-11
fiscal year, and on the
last day of each
subsequent quarter
thereafter.


4260-001-0009--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, for payment to
Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the
Breast Cancer Control Account............. 112,000


4260-001-0080--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, for payment to
Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund.. 181,000


4260-001-0236--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, for payment to
Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the
Unallocated Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 581,000


4260-001-0890--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, for payment to
Item 4260-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 243,532,000


4260-001-3085--For support of Department of
Health Care Services, for payment to Item
4260-001-0001, payable from the Mental
Health Services Fund........................ 865,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item are
in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been
appropriated for administration
pursuant to subdivision (d) of
Section 5892 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.


4260-004-0942--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, payable from the
Local Educational Agency Medi-Cal
Recovery Fund, Special Deposit Fund....... 1,683,000


4260-007-0890--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund......................... 17,605,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 28.00,
adjustments may be made to
this item by the Department of
Finance to align this
appropriation with
legislative actions and other
technical adjustments
affecting any recipient
department's appropriation
authority.


4260-011-0834--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Medi-Cal Inpatient
Payment Adjustment Fund to the General
Fund....................................... (45,200,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the amount
of $45,200,000 shall be
available for transfer from
the Medi-Cal Inpatient Payment
Adjustment Fund to the General
Fund.


4260-011-3097--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Private Hospital
Supplemental Fund to the General Fund...... (32,700,000)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, $32,700,000
shall be transferred from the
Private Hospital Supplemental
Fund to the General Fund.


4260-017-0001--For support of Department of
Health Care Services, for implementation of
the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act............................ 4,647,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Health Care
Services............... 17,117,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -26,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4260-017-0890)... -12,444,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to
the federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA) of 1996.


4260-017-0890--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, for payment to
Item 4260-017-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund, for implementation of
the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act......................... 12,444,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated
in this item is limited to the
amount specified in Section
17.00. These funds are to be
used in support of compliance
activities related to the
federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability
Act (HIPAA) of 1996 (P.L. 104-
191).


4260-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services,
California Medical Assistance Program,
payable from the Health Care Deposit
Fund after transfer from the General
Fund..................................... 13,447,307,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.10.010-
Eligibility (County 2,709,484,00
Administration)..... 0
(2) 20.10.020-Fiscal
Intermediary
Management.......... 285,543,000
(3) 20.10.030-Benefits
(Medical Care and 35,158,628,0
Services)........... 00
(4) Reimbursements...... -877,366,000
(5) Amount payable from
Childhood Lead
Poisoning
Prevention Fund
(Item 4260-101-
0080)............... -115,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Hospital
Services Account,
Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
4260-101-0232)...... -70,593,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Physician
Services Account,
Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
4260-101-0233)...... -105,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Unallocated
Account,
Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
4260-101-0236)...... -24,589,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4260-101- -23,678,580,
0890)...............000
(10) Amount payable from
the Medi-Cal
Emergency Services
Fund (Item 4260-101-
3173)............... -55,000,000
Provisions:
1. The aggregate principal amount
of disproportionate share
hospital general obligation debt
that may be issued in the
current fiscal year pursuant to
subparagraph (A) of paragraph
(2) of subdivision (f) of
Section 14085.5 of the Welfare
and Institutions Code shall be
$0.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, both the
federal and nonfederal shares of
any moneys recovered for
previously paid health care
services, provided pursuant to
Chapter 7 (commencing with
Section 14000) of Part 3 of
Division 9 of the Welfare
and Institutions Code, are
hereby appropriated and shall be
expended as soon as practicable
for medical care and services as
defined in the Welfare and
Institutions Code.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, accounts
receivable for recoveries as
described in Provision 2 shall
have no effect upon the positive
balance of the General Fund or
the Health Care Deposit Fund.
Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, moneys
recovered as described in this
item that are required to be
transferred from the Health Care
Deposit Fund to the General Fund
shall be credited by the
Controller to the General Fund
without regard to the
appropriation from which it was
drawn.
4. Without regard to fiscal year,
the General Fund shall make one
or more loans available not to
exceed a cumulative total of
$45,000,000 to be transferred as
needed to the Health Care
Deposit Fund to meet cash needs.
The loans are subject to the
repayment provisions of Section
16351 of the Government Code.
Any additional loan requirement
in excess of $45,000,000 shall
be processed in the manner
prescribed by Section 16351 of
the Government Code.
5. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the State
Department of Health Care
Services may give public notice
relative to proposing or
amending any rule or regulation
that could result in increased
costs in the Medi-Cal program
only after approval by the
Department of Finance.
Additionally, any rule or
regulation adopted by the State
Department of Health Care
Services and any communication
that increases costs in the Medi-
Cal program shall be effective
only after the date upon which
it is approved by the Department
of Finance.
6. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, up to $50,000 may be
allocated for attorney's fees
awarded pursuant to state or
federal law without prior
notification to the Legislature.
Individual settlements
authorized under this provision
shall not exceed $5,000. The
semiannual estimates of Medi-Cal
expenditures due to the
Legislature in January and May
shall reflect attorney's fees
paid 15 or more days prior to
the transmittal of the estimate.
The semiannual estimates of Medi-
Cal expenditures provided to the
Legislature in January and May
may constitute the notification
required by this provision.
7. Change orders to the medical or
the dental fiscal intermediary
contract for amounts exceeding a
total cost of $250,000 shall be
approved by the Department of
Finance not sooner than 30 days
after written notification of
the change order is provided to
the chairpersons of the fiscal
and policy committees in each
house of the Legislature and to
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
not sooner than whatever lesser
time as the chairperson of the
joint committee, or his or her
designee, may determine. The
semiannual estimates of Medi-Cal
expenditures provided to the
Legislature in January and May
may constitute the notification
required by this provision.
8. Recoveries of advances made to
counties in prior years
pursuant to Section 14153 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code
are reappropriated to the Health
Care Deposit Fund for
reimbursement of those counties
where allowable costs exceeded
the amounts advanced. Recoveries
in excess of the amounts
required to fully reimburse
allowable costs shall be
transferred to the General Fund.
When a projected deficiency
exists in the Medical Assistance
Program, these funds, subject to
notification to the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, are appropriated and
shall be expended as soon as
practicable for the state's
share of payments for medical
care and services, county
administration, and fiscal
intermediary services.
9. The Department of Finance may
transfer funds representing all
or any portion of any estimated
savings that are a result of
improvements in the Medi-Cal
claims processing procedures
from the Medi-Cal services
budget or the support budget of
the State Department of Health
Care Services (Item 4260-001-
0001) to the fiscal intermediary
budget item for purposes of

making improvements to the Medi-
Cal claims system.
10. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Department
of Finance may authorize the
transfer of expenditure
authority between Schedules (1),
(2), (3), and (4) of this item
and between this item and Items
4260-102-0001, 4260-111-0001,
4260-113-0001, and 4260-117-0001
in order to effectively
administer the programs funded
in these items. The Department
of Finance shall notify the
Legislature within 10 days of
authorizing such a transfer
unless prior notification of the
transfer has been included in
the Medi-Cal estimates submitted
pursuant to Section 14100.5 of
the Welfare and Institutions
Code. The 10-day notification to
the Legislature shall include
the reasons for the transfer,
the fiscal assumptions used in
calculating the transfer amount,
and any potential fiscal effects
on the program from which funds
are being transferred or for
which funds are being reduced.
11. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law and Section
26.00, the Department of Finance
may authorize the transfer of
expenditure authority from
Schedule (3) to Schedule (1) for
the purposes of implementing
changes required by the federal
Deficit Reduction Act of 2005,
which shall include, but not be
limited to, providing assistance
to individuals in meeting these
verification rules and for
county eligibility activities.
It is the intent of the
Legislature that these transfers
be provided on a timely basis in
order to ensure the health
and safety of Californians. The
Department of Finance shall
notify the Legislature within 15
days of authorizing that
transfer unless prior
notification of the transfer has
been included in the Medi-Cal
estimates submitted pursuant to
Section 14100.5 of the Welfare
and Institutions Code.
12. If a federal grant that provides
75-percent federal financial
participation to allow
individuals in nursing homes to
voluntarily move into a
community setting and still
receive the same amount of
funding for services is awarded
to the State Department of
Health Care Services during the
current fiscal year, then,
notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the department
may count expenditures from the
appropriation made to this item
as state matching funds for that
grant.
13. Of the amount appropriated in
this item, $85,000,000, along
with corresponding federal
funds, shall be expended to
provide for the transition of
individuals enrolled in, and
receiving benefits pursuant to,
the California Adult Day Health
Care Program to other Medi-Cal
services, as appropriate, and to
facilitate, when applicable,
transition to newly developed
federal waiver services that
serve a defined medically acute
population. It is the intent of
the Legislature to proceed with
legislation during the period of
the 2011-12 Regular Session to
develop such federal waiver
services to provide a more
narrow scope of services and to
specify a level of medical
acuity for enrollment.


4260-101-0080--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-101-0001, payable
from the Childhood Lead Poisoning
Prevention Fund........................... 115,000


4260-101-0232--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-101-0001, payable
from the Hospital Services Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax
Fund...................................... 70,593,000


4260-101-0233--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-101-0001, payable
from the Physician Services Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax
Fund...................................... 105,000


4260-101-0236--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-101-0001, payable
from the Unallocated Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.......... 24,589,000


4260-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-101-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 23,678,580,000
Provisions:
1. Any of the provisions in Item
4260-101-0001 that are
relevant to this item also
apply to this item.


4260-101-3148--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services,
Program 20.10.030-Benefits (Medical Care
and Services), for services for children
0-5 years old, payable from the Children
and Families Health and Human Services
Fund...................................... 1,000,000,000


4260-101-3173--For support of Department
of Health Care Services, for payment to
Item 4260-101-0001, payable from the Medi-
Cal Emergency Services Fund............... 55,000,000


4260-102-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services,
Program 20.10.030-Benefits (Medical Care
and Services), for supplemental
reimbursement for debt service pursuant to
Section 14085.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.......................... 48,499,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the
Department of Finance may
authorize transfer of
expenditure authority between
this item and Items 4260-101-
0001, 4260-111-0001, 4260-113-
0001, and 4260-117-0001 in
order to effectively
administer the programs funded
in these items. The Department
of Finance shall notify the
Legislature within 10 days of
authorizing such a transfer
unless prior notification of
the transfer has been included
in the Medi-Cal estimates
submitted pursuant to Section
14100.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. The 10-day
notification to the
Legislature shall include the
reasons for the transfer, the
fiscal assumptions used in
calculating the transfer
amount, and any potential
effects on the program from
which funds are being
transferred or reduced.


4260-102-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services,
Program 20.10.030-Benefits (Medical Care
and Services), payable from the Federal
Trust Fund, for supplemental reimbursement
for debt service pursuant to Section
14085.5 of the Welfare and Institutions
Code....................................... 48,499,000
Provisions:
1. Any of the provisions in Item
4260-102-0001 that are
relevant to this item also
apply to this item.


4260-104-0001--For transfer to the
Nondesignated Public Hospital
Supplemental Fund......................... 1,900,000


4260-105-0001--For transfer to the
Private Hospital Supplemental Fund........ 118,400,000


4260-106-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund.................. 3,309,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.10.010-Eligibility
(County
Administration)............ 375,000
(2) 20.10.030-Benefits
(Medical Care and
Services).................. 2,934,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of Finance
may authorize the transfer of
expenditure authority between this
item and Items 4260-101-0890,
4260-102-0890, 4260-111-0890, 4260-
113-0890, and 4260-117-0890 in order
to effectively administer the
programs funded in these items. The
Department of Finance shall notify
the Legislature within 10 days of
authorizing such transfer unless
prior notification of the transfer
has been included in the Medi-Cal
estimate submitted pursuant to
Section 14100.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. The 10-day
notification to the Legislature
shall include the reasons for the
transfer, the final assumptions used
in calculating the transfer amount,
and any potential effects on the
program from which the funds are
being transferred or reduced.


4260-111-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services........ 229,060,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.25-Children's
Medical Services.... 447,803,000
(2) 20.35-Primary and
Rural Health........ 1,054,000
(3) Reimbursements...... -57,487,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Childhood Lead
Poisoning
Prevention Fund
(Item 4260-111-
0080)............... -8,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4260-111-
0890)............... -162,302,000
Provisions:
1. Program 20.25-Children's Medical
Services: Counties may retain 50
percent of total enrollment and
assessment fees that are
collected by the counties for
the California Children's
Services Program. Fifty percent
of the enrollment and assessment
fee for each county shall be
offset from the state's match
for that county.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Department
of Finance may authorize
transfer of expenditure
authority between this item and
Items 4260-101-0001, 4260-102-
0001, 4260-113-0001, and 4260-
117-0001 in order to effectively
administer the programs funded
in these items. The Department
of Finance shall notify the
Legislature within 10 days of
authorizing such transfer unless
prior notification of the
transfer has been included in
the Medi-Cal estimates
submitted pursuant to Section
14100.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. The 10-day
notification to the Legislature
shall include the reasons for
the transfer, the fiscal
assumptions used in calculating
the transfer amount, and any
potential fiscal effects on the
program from which funds are
being transferred or reduced.
3. The State Department of Health
Care Services shall convene a
diverse workgroup, that, at a
minimum, represents families
enrolled in the California
Children's Services (CCS)
Program, counties, specialty
care providers, children's
hospitals, and medical suppliers
to discuss the administrative
structure of the CCS Program,
including eligibility
determination processes, the use
and content of needs assessment
tools in case management, and
the processes used for treatment
authorizations. The purpose of
this workgroup will be to
identify methods for
streamlining, identifying
administrative cost
efficiencies, and developing
better utilization of both state
and county staff, as applicable,
in meeting the needs of children
and families accessing the CCS
Program. The department may
provide the appropriate policy
and fiscal committees of the
Legislature with periodic
updates of outcomes as
appropriate.


4260-111-0080--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable
from the Childhood Lead Poisoning
Prevention Fund........................... 8,000


4260-111-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-111-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................ 162,302,000
Provisions:
1. Any of the provisions in Item
4260-111-0001 that are
relevant to this item also
apply to this item.


4260-113-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
the Healthy Families Program (Medi-Cal)... 249,373,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.10.010-
Eligibility (County
Administration)..... 4,039,000
(2) 20.10.020-Fiscal
Intermediary
Management.......... 960,000
(3) 20.10.030-Benefits
(Medical Care and
Services)........... 751,438,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4260-113-
0890)............... -507,064,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Department
of Finance may authorize
transfer of expenditure
authority between Schedules (1),
(2), and (3) of this item and
between this item and Items 4260-
101-0001, 4260-102-0001, 4260-
111-0001, and 4260-117-0001 in
order to effectively administer
the programs funded in these
items. The Department of
Finance shall notify the
Legislature within 10 days of
authorizing such transfer unless
prior notification of the
transfer has been included in
the Medi-Cal estimates submitted
pursuant to Section 14100.5 of
the Welfare and Institutions
Code. The 10-day notification to
the Legislature shall include
the reasons for the transfer,
the fiscal assumptions used in
calculating the transfer amount,
and any potential effects on the
program from which funds are
being transferred or reduced.


4260-113-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-113-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................ 507,064,000
Provisions:
1. Any of the provisions in Item
4260-113-0001 that are
relevant to this item also
apply to this item.


4260-117-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
implementation of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act............ 4,879,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.10.010-Eligibility
(County
Administration)........ 3,354,000
(2) 20.10.020-Fiscal
Intermediary
Management............. 35,657,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4260-117-0890)... -34,132,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to
the federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA) of 1996 (P.L. 104-191).
2. Notwithstanding subdivision (a) of
Section 1.80 and Section 26.00, the
Department of Finance may authorize
transfer of expenditure authority
between Schedules (1) and (2). The
Department of Finance shall notify
the Legislature within 10 days of
authorizing such transfer unless
prior notification of the transfer
has been included in the Medi-Cal
estimates submitted pursuant to
Section 14100.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.
3. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of Finance
may authorize the transfer of
expenditure authority between this
item and Items 4260-101-0001, 4260-
102-0001, 4260-111-0001, and 4260-
113-0001 in order to effectively
administer the programs funded in
these items. The Department of
Finance shall notify the
Legislature within 10 days of
authorizing such transfer unless
prior notification of the transfer
has been included in the Medi-Cal
estimates submitted pursuant to
Section 14100.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. The 10-day
notification to the Legislature
shall include the reasons for the
transfer, the fiscal assumptions
used in calculating the transfer
amount, and any potential fiscal
effects on the program from which
funds are being transferred or
reduced.


4260-117-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Health Care Services, for
payment to Item 4260-117-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund, for
implementation of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act......... 34,132,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated
in this item is limited to the
amount specified in Section
17.00. These funds are to be
used in support of compliance
activities related to the
federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability
Act (HIPAA) of 1996 (P.L. 104-
191).
2. Any of the provisions in Item
4260-117-0001 that are
relevant to this item also
apply to this item.


4265-001-0001--For support of Department of
Public Health............................... 71,064,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Public Health
Emergency
Preparedness........ 46,585,000
(2) 20-Public and
Environmental
Health.............. 387,255,000
(3) 30-Licensing and
Certification....... 180,595,000
(4) 40.01-
Administration...... 27,655,000
(5) 40.02-Distributed
Administration...... -27,655,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -31,983,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Breast Cancer
Research Account
(Item 4265-001-
0007)............... -1,149,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Breast Cancer
Control Account
(Item 4265-001-
0009)............... -5,038,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Nuclear
Planning Assessment
Special Account
(Item 4265-001-
0029)............... -985,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Motor Vehicle
Account, State
Transportation Fund
(Item 4265-001-
0044)............... -1,264,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Sale of Tobacco
to Minors Control
Account (Item 4265-
001-0066)........... -2,490,000
(12) Amount payable from
the Occupational
Lead Poisoning
Prevention Account
(Item 4265-001-
0070)............... -3,133,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Medical Waste
Management Fund
(Item 4265-001-
0074)............... -2,169,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Radiation
Control Fund (Item
4265-001-0075)...... -22,464,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Tissue Bank
License Fund (Item
4265-001-0076)...... -491,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Childhood Lead
Poisoning
Prevention Fund
(Item 4265-001-
0080)............... -10,692,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Export Document
Program Fund (Item
4265-001-0082)...... -238,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Clinical
Laboratory
Improvement Fund
(Item 4265-001-
0098)............... -9,230,000
(19) Amount payable from
the Health
Statistics Special
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0099)............... -23,401,000
(19.5) Amount payable from
the Air Pollution
Control Fund (Item
4265-001-0115)...... -323,000
(20) Amount payable from
the Wine Safety
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0116)............... -60,000
(21) Amount payable from
the Water Device
Certification
Special Account
(Item 4265-001-
0129)............... -271,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Food Safety
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0177)............... -7,366,000
(23) Amount payable from
the Environmental
Laboratory
Improvement Fund
(Item 4265-001-
0179)............... -3,409,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Genetic Disease
Testing Fund (Item
4265-001-0203)...... -19,800,000
(25) Amount payable from
the Health
Education Account,
Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
4265-001-0231)...... -7,974,000
(26) Amount payable from
the Research
Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco
Products Surtax
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0234)............... -5,165,000
(27) Amount payable from
the Unallocated
Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco
Products Surtax
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0236)............... -1,934,000
(28) Amount payable from
the Drinking Water
Operator
Certification
Special Account
(Item 4265-001-
0247)............... -1,726,000
(29) Amount payable from
the Nursing Home
Administrator's
State License
Examining Board
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0260)............... -366,000
(30) Amount payable from
the Infant Botulism
Treatment and
Prevention Fund
(Item 4265-001-
0272)............... -6,184,000
(31) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water Account (Item
4265-001-0306)...... -13,308,000
(32) Amount payable from
the Registered
Environmental
Health Specialist
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0335)............... -400,000
(33) Amount payable from
the Vectorborne
Disease Account
(Item 4265-001-
0478)............... -101,000
(34) Amount payable from
the Toxic
Substances Control
Account (Item 4265-
001-0557)........... -1,154,000
(35) Amount payable from
the Domestic
Violence Training
and Education Fund
(Item 4265-001-
0642)............... -915,000
(36) Amount payable from
the California
Alzheimer's Disease
and Related
Disorders Research
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0823)............... -806,000
(37) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4265-001-
0890)............... -246,975,000
(38) Amount payable from
the Drug and Device
Safety Fund (Item
4265-001-3018)...... -6,047,000
(39) Amount payable from
the Medical
Marijuana Program
Fund (Item 4265-001-
3074)............... -461,000
(40) Amount payable from
the Cannery
Inspection Fund
(Item 4265-001-
3081)............... -2,351,000
(41) Amount payable from
the State
Department of
Public Health
Licensing and
Certification
Program Fund (Item
4265-001-3098)...... -90,555,000
(42) Amount payable from
the Retail Food
Safety and Defense
Fund (Item 4265-001-
3111)............... -23,000
(43) Amount payable from
the Birth Defects
Monitoring Fund
(Item 4265-001-
3114)............... -3,791,000
(44) Amount payable from
the Lead-Related
Construction Fund
(Item 4265-001-
3155)............... -443,000
(45) Amount payable from
the Recreational
Health Fund (Item
4265-001-3157)...... -236,000
(46) Amount payable from
the Water Security,
Clean Drinking
Water, Coastal and
Beach Protection
Fund of 2002 (Item
4265-001-6031)...... -4,017,000
(47) Amount payable from
the Safe Drinking
Water, Water
Quality and Supply,
Flood Control,
River and Coastal
Protection Fund of
2006 (Item 4265-001-
6051)............... -2,280,000
(48) Amount payable from
the California
Prostate Cancer
Research Fund (Item
4265-001-8025)...... -203,000
Provisions:
1. Except as otherwise prohibited
by law, the State Department of
Public Health shall promulgate
emergency regulations to adjust
the public health fees set by
regulation to an amount such
that, if the new fees were
effective throughout the 2011-12
fiscal year, the estimated
revenues would be sufficient to
offset at least 95 percent of
the approved program level
intended to be supported by
those fees. The General Fund
fees of the department that are
subject to the annual fee
adjustment pursuant to
subdivision (a) of Section
100425 of the Health and Safety
Code shall be increased by 9.21
percent. The special fund fees
of the department that are
subject to the annual fee
adjustment pursuant to
subdivision (a) of Section
100425 of the Health and Safety
Code may be increased by 9.21
percent only if the fund
condition statement for a fund
projects a reserve less than 10
percent of estimated
expenditures and the revenues
projected for the 2011-12 fiscal
year are less than the
appropriation contained in this
act.
2. Notwithstanding subdivision (b)
of Section 100450 of the Health
and Safety Code, departmental
fees that are subject to the
annual fee adjustment pursuant
to subdivision (a) of Section
100450 of the Health and Safety
Code shall be increased by 7.5
percent, effective July 1, 2011.
This adjustment shall not be
applied to fees established by
subdivisions (f), (g), (m), and
(s) of Section 1300 of the
Business and Professions Code.
3. The State Department of Public
Health shall limit expenditures
in this item to implement the
Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (Ch.
829, Stats. 2000) to the amount
of actual fees collected
from tissue banks.
4. The State Department of Public
Health shall provide the fiscal
and policy committees of each
house of the Legislature by no
later than January 15, 2012, a
copy of the annual work plan for
accomplishing the mandates set
forth in the Nursing Home
Administrators' Act (Chapter
2.35 (commencing with Section
1416) of Division 2 of the
Health and Safety Code). This
work plan will identify goals
and objectives, required
activities, resources needed,
timeframes, and expected
outcomes that will result in the
accomplishment of the defined
mandates.
5. The State Department of Public
Health shall use the standard
state personnel year
equivalent for all new positions
funded in the 2011-12 fiscal
year for licensing and
certification activities related
to health care facilities.
7. The Center for Environmental
Health shall provide the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature, by no later than
January 10 and May 14 of each
year, with a fiscal update that
contains a summary of all water
bond appropriation authority of
the State Department of Public
Health, bond proceeds, the
status of project obligations,
and any other relevant
information regarding the
department's overall safe
drinking water program.


4265-001-0007--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Breast
Cancer Research Account................... 1,149,000


4265-001-0009--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Breast
Cancer Control Account.................... 5,038,000


4265-001-0029--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Nuclear
Planning Assessment Special Account....... 985,000


4265-001-0044--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Account, State Transportation
Fund...................................... 1,264,000


4265-001-0066--For support of Department of
Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-001-
0001, payable from the Sale of Tobacco to
Minors Control Account...................... 2,490,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


4265-001-0070--For support of Department of
Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-001-
0001, payable from the Occupational Lead
Poisoning Prevention Account................ 3,133,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


4265-001-0074--For support of Department of
Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-001-
0001, payable from the Medical Waste
Management Fund............................. 2,169,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


4265-001-0075--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-
001-0001, payable from the Radiation
Control Fund............................... 22,464,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item includes revenues
derived from the assessment of
fines and penalties
imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


4265-001-0076--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Tissue
Bank License Fund......................... 491,000


4265-001-0080--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Childhood
Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund............ 10,692,000


4265-001-0082--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Export
Document Program Fund..................... 238,000


4265-001-0098--For support of Department of
Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-001-
0001, payable from the Clinical Laboratory
Improvement Fund............................ 9,230,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item includes revenues derived from
the assessment of fines and
penalties imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the Government
Code.


4265-001-0099--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Health
Statistics Special Fund................... 23,401,000


4265-001-0115--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Air
Pollution Control Fund.................... 323,000


4265-001-0116--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Wine
Safety Fund............................... 60,000


4265-001-0129--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Water
Device Certification Special Account...... 271,000


4265-001-0177--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Food
Safety Fund............................... 7,366,000


4265-001-0179--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the
Environmental Laboratory Improvement Fund. 3,409,000


4265-001-0203--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Genetic
Disease Testing Fund...................... 19,800,000


4265-001-0231--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Health
Education Account, Cigarette and Tobacco
Products Surtax Fund...................... 7,974,000


4265-001-0234--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Research
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund............................... 5,165,000


4265-001-0236--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the
Unallocated Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 1,934,000


4265-001-0247--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Drinking
Water Operator Certification Special
Account................................... 1,726,000


4265-001-0260--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Nursing
Home Administrator's State License
Examining Fund............................ 366,000


4265-001-0272--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Infant
Botulism Treatment and Prevention Fund.... 6,184,000


4265-001-0306--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-
001-0001, payable from the Safe Drinking
Water Account.............................. 13,308,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item includes revenues
derived from the assessment of
fines and penalties
imposed as specified in
Section 13332.18 of the
Government Code.


4265-001-0335--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the
Registered Environmental Health
Specialist Fund........................... 400,000


4265-001-0478--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the
Vectorborne Disease Account............... 101,000


4265-001-0557--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Toxic
Substances Control Account................ 1,154,000


4265-001-0642--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Domestic
Violence Training and Education Fund...... 915,000


4265-001-0823--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the
California Alzheimer's Disease and
Related Disorders Research Fund........... 806,000


4265-001-0890--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-
001-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund....................................... 246,975,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, $55,421,000 shall
be available for
administration, research,
and training projects.
Notwithstanding Section 28.00,
the State Department of Public
Health shall report under that
section any new project over
$400,000 or any increase in
excess of $400,000 for an
identified project.
2. The Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
expenditure authority from
this item to Item 4265-111-
0890 in order to reflect
modifications in the use of
federal bioterrorism grants.
Transfers pursuant to this
provision may not be approved
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing is
provided to the chairpersons
of the committees in each
house of the Legislature that
consider appropriations and
the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
or no sooner than whatever
lesser time the chairperson of
the joint committee, or his or
her designee, may in each
instance determine.
3. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, federal
moneys made available for
bioterrorism preparedness
pursuant to this act shall be
available for expenditure or
encumbrance until August 30,
2012.
4. The State Department of Public
Health shall notify the fiscal
and relevant policy committees
of the Legislature in a timely
manner regarding the federal
government's approval of the
state's application for
cooperative agreement for
funding from the federal
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention's Public Health
Preparedness and Response to
Bioterrorism Program. The
notification shall include a
summary of all policy and
fiscal changes made by the
federal government to the
state's application. If
additional changes are made
throughout the fiscal year,
the department shall notify
the fiscal and relevant policy
committees of the Legislature
in a similar manner.


4265-001-3018--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Drug and
Device Safety Fund........................ 6,047,000


4265-001-3074--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Medical
Marijuana Program Fund.................... 461,000


4265-001-3081--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Cannery
Inspection Fund........................... 2,351,000


4265-001-3098--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the State
Department of Public Health Licensing and
Certification Program Fund................ 90,555,000


4265-001-3111--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Retail
Food Safety and Defense Fund.............. 23,000


4265-001-3114--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Birth
Defects Monitoring Fund................... 3,791,000


4265-001-3155--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Lead-
Related Construction Fund................. 443,000


4265-001-3157--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the
Recreational Health Fund.................. 236,000


4265-001-6031--For support of Department of
Public Health, for payment to Item 4265-001-
0001, payable from the Water Security,
Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of 2002..................... 4,017,000
Provisions:
1. The funds available in this item
are intended to provide support
costs pursuant to the Water
Security, Clean Drinking Water,
Coastal and Beach Protection Act of
2002 (Proposition 50), associated
with statewide water security
improvements and the provision of
safe drinking water grants and
loans to local water agencies.


4265-001-6051--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply,
Flood Control, River and Coastal
Protection Fund of 2006................... 2,280,000


4265-001-8025--For support of Department
of Public Health, for payment to Item
4265-001-0001, payable from the
California Prostate Cancer Research Fund.. 203,000


4265-002-0942--For support of Department
of Public Health, payable from the
Special Deposit Fund, State Health
Facilities Citation Penalties Account..... 2,149,000


4265-003-0001--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds (Richmond Laboratory)........... 11,571,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 11,529,000
(2) Insurance.............. 43,000
(3) Reimbursements......... -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates
in any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met
and base rental payments are paid
in full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0044--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Motor
Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund... 326,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 326,000
(2) Insurance.................. 1,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0066--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Sale of
Tobacco to Minors Control Account............ 16,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 17,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-0070--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Occupational
Lead Poisoning Prevention Account............ 227,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 227,000
(2) Insurance.................. 1,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0074--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Medical
Waste Management Fund........................ 26,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 27,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-0075--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Radiation
Control Fund................................. 94,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 95,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-0076--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Tissue Bank
License Fund................................. 19,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 20,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-0080--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Childhood
Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund............... 1,142,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 1,139,000
(2) Insurance.................. 4,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0098--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Clinical
Laboratory Improvement Fund.................. 387,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 387,000
(2) Insurance.................. 1,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works

Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0177--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Food Safety
Fund......................................... 36,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 37,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of
Finance. Notwithstanding the payment
dates in any related Facility Lease
or Indenture, the schedule may
provide for an earlier transfer of
funds to ensure debt requirements
are met and base rental payments are
paid in full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-0179--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the
Environmental Laboratory Improvement Fund.... 7,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 8,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-0203--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Genetic
Disease Testing Fund......................... 2,097,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 2,091,000
(2) Insurance.................. 7,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0272--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Infant
Botulism Treatment and Prevention Fund....... 147,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 147,000
(2) Insurance.................. 1,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0306--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Safe
Drinking Water Account....................... 184,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 184,000
(2) Insurance.................. 1,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4265-003-0335--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Registered
Environmental Health Specialist Fund......... 9,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 10,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-0942--For support of Department of
Public Health, payable from the Special
Deposit Fund, Federal Health Facilities
Citation Penalties Account.................. 973,000
Provisions:
1. To the extent funds are available
in this account, beginning July 1,
2011, the Director of the
Department of Finance may authorize
repayment to the General Fund of
moneys used to support the
California Department of Aging's
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program in
2009-10 as a result of a cash
shortage in the Special Deposit
Fund, Federal Health Facilities
Citation Penalties Account.


4265-003-3018--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Drug and
Device Safety Fund........................... 22,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 23,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-3081--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the Cannery
Inspection Fund.............................. 9,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 10,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4265-003-3098--For support of Department of
Public Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds, payable from the State
Department of Public Health Licensing and
Certification Program Fund................... 418,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 419,000
(2) Insurance.................. 1,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -2,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
pursuant to Section 4.30.


4265-004-0001--For transfer to the State
Department of Public Health Licensing and
Certification Program Fund................ 5,000,000


4265-004-0942--For support of Department
of Public Health, payable from the
Special Deposit Fund, Internal
Departmental Quality Improvement Account.. 395,000


4265-011-0080--For transfer by the
Controller, upon order of the Director of
Finance, from the Childhood Lead
Poisoning Prevention Fund, to the General
Fund...................................... (6,000,000)


4265-017-0203--For support of Department of
Public Health, for implementation of the
Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act payable from the Genetic
Disease Testing Fund........................ 551,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to
the federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA) of 1996.


4265-111-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health................ 152,659,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.10-Emergency
Preparedness........ 62,483,000
(2) 20.10-Chronic
Disease Prevention
and Health
Promotion........... 216,139,000
(3) 20.20-Infectious
Disease............. 376,583,000
(4) 20.30-Family Health. 1,634,019,000
(5) 20.40-Health
Information and
Strategic Planning.. 510,000
(6) 20.50-County Health
Services............ 14,181,000
(8) Reimbursements...... -199,694,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Breast Cancer
Control Account
(Item 4265-111-
0009)............... -10,661,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Childhood Lead
Poisoning
Prevention Fund
(Item 4265-111-
0080)............... -11,000,000
(11) Amount payable from
the Health
Statistics Special
Fund (Item 4265-111-
0099)............... -510,000
(12) Amount payable from
the California
Health Data and
Planning Fund (Item
4265-111-0143)...... -240,000
(13) Amount payable from
the Genetic Disease
Testing Fund (Item
4265-111-0203)...... -94,001,000
(14) Amount payable from
the Health
Education Account,
Cigarette and
Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund (Item
4265-111-0231)...... -42,162,000
(15) Amount payable from
the Unallocated
Account, Cigarette
and Tobacco
Products Surtax
Fund (Item 4265-111-
0236)............... -22,081,000
(16) Amount payable from
the Child Health
and Safety Fund
(Item 4265-111-
0279)............... -1,050,000
(17) Amount payable from
the Domestic
Violence Training
and Education Fund
(Item 4265-111-
0642)............... -235,000
(18) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4265-111- -1,542,271,00
0890)............... 0
(19) Amount payable from
the WIC
Manufacturer Rebate
Fund (Item 4265-
111-3023)........... -227,000,000
(20) Amount payable from
the California
Sexual Violence
Victim Services
Fund (Item 4265-111-
8035)............... -174,000
(21) Amount payable from
the ALS/Lou
Gehrig's Disease
Research Fund (Item
4265-111-8053)...... -177,000
Provisions:
1. The Office of AIDS in the State
Department of Public Health, in
allocating and processing
contracts and grants, shall
comply with the same requirements
that are established for
contracts and grants for other
public health programs.
Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the contracts
or grants administered by the
Office of AIDS shall be exempt
from the Public Contract Code and
shall be exempt from approval by
the Department of General
Services prior to their execution.
2. The appropriation in this
item for the Alzheimer's Research
Centers shall be used for direct
services, including, but not
limited to, diagnostic screening,
case management, disease
management, support for
caregivers, and related services
necessary for positive client
outcomes.


4265-111-0009--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Breast Cancer Control Account............. 10,661,000


4265-111-0080--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund.. 11,000,000


4265-111-0099--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Health Statistics Special Fund............ 510,000


4265-111-0143--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
California Health Data and Planning Fund.. 240,000


4265-111-0203--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Genetic Disease Testing Fund.............. 94,001,000


4265-111-0231--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Health Education Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 42,162,000


4265-111-0236--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Unallocated Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 22,081,000


4265-111-0279--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Child Health and Safety Fund.............. 1,050,000


4265-111-0642--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Domestic Violence Training and Education
Fund...................................... 235,000


4265-111-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 1,542,271,000
Provisions:
1. Of the funds appropriated in
this item, $66,596,000 shall
be available for
administration, research,
and training projects.
Notwithstanding the
provisions of Section 28.00,
the State Department of
Public Health shall report
under that section any new
project over $400,000 or any
increase in excess of
$400,000 for an identified
project.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, federal
moneys made available for
bioterrorism preparedness
pursuant to this act shall be
available for expenditure or
encumbrance until August 30,
2012.
3. Any provisions in Item 4265-
111-0001 that are relevant to
this item shall apply to this
item.


4265-111-3023--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
WIC Manufacturer Rebate Fund............... 227,000,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, if revenues
to the WIC Manufacturer
Rebate Fund are received in
excess of the amount
appropriated in this item, the
Department of Finance may
augment this item in excess of
the amount appropriated.
Within 10 working days of such
augmentation, the Department
of Finance shall provide
written notification of the
augmentation to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of
the Legislature and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee.


4265-111-8035--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment
to Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
California Sexual Violence Victim
Services Fund............................. 174,000


4265-111-8053--For local assistance,
Department of Public Health, for payment to
Item 4265-111-0001, payable from the
ALS/Lou Gehrig's Disease Research Fund...... 177,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this
item shall be allocated to the
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Association, pursuant to Section
18884 of the Revenue and Taxation
Code, for research specific to
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis/Lou
Gehrig's Disease.


4265-115-0890--For transfer by the
Controller from the Federal Trust Fund to
the Safe Drinking Water State Revolving
Fund....................................... 152,405,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item shall be available
for transfer until June 30,
2014.


4265-115-6031--For transfer by the
Controller from the Water Security, Clean
Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach
Protection Fund of 2002 to the Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund........ 27,400,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item shall be
available for transfer until
June 30, 2014.


4265-116-0890--For transfer by the
Controller to various federal funds........ (12,825,000)
Provisions:
1. Pursuant to Chapter 734 of the
Statutes of 1997, the State
Department of Public Health
may transfer funds
appropriated in this item to
the Administration Account
(0625), Water System
Reliability Account (0626),
Small System Technical
Assistance Account (0628), and
the Public Water System, Safe
Drinking Water State Revolving
Fund (7500) for the purpose of
administering the California
Safe Drinking Water Act. In
addition, the State Department
of Public Health may transfer
funds between the above-
mentioned funds.
2. Upon notification to the
Department of Finance, the
State Department of Public
Health may increase the amount
appropriated in this item for
transfer to the funds cited in
Provision 1.


4265-490--Reappropriation, Department of
Public Health. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, as of June 30, 2011, the
appropriation provided in the following
citation is reappropriated for the purposes
specified and shall be available for
encumbrance or expenditure until June 30,
2014:
0001-- General Fund
(1) Item 4265-111-0001, Budget Act of
2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(a) Of the available balance in
Schedule (2) 20.10-Chronic
Disease Prevention and Health
Promotion, up to $10,644,000 is
available for reappropriation for
local assistance costs for the
Every Woman Counts Program.


4270-001-0001--For support of California
Medical Assistance Commission................. 1,175,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-California Medical
Assistance Commission.. 2,358,000
(2) Reimbursements......... -1,183,000


4280-001-0001--For support of Managed Risk
Medical Insurance Board........................ 2,688,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Major Risk Medical
Insurance Program...... 1,284,000
(2) 20-Access for Infants
and Mothers Program.... 1,002,000
(3) 40-Healthy Families
Program................ 10,050,000
(4) 50-County Health
Initiative Matching
Fund Program........... 482,000
(5) Reimbursements......... -493,000
(6) Amount payable from
Unallocated Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco
Products Surtax Fund
(Item 4280-001-0236)... -34,000
(7) Amount payable from
Perinatal Insurance
Fund (Item 4280-001-
0309).................. -342,000
(8) Amount payable from
Major Risk Medical
Insurance Fund (Item
4280-001-0313)......... -1,284,000
(9) Amount payable from
Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4280-001-0890)... -7,495,000
(11) Amount payable from
Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4280-003-0890)... -313,000
(12) Amount payable from
County Health
Initiative Matching
Fund (Item 4280-
003-3055).............. -169,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4280-103-0890 or 4280-103-3055
in order to effectively administer
the County Health Initiative
Matching Fund program.
2. To provide for the effective use of
federal State Children's Health
Insurance Program funds in the
County Health Initiative
Matching Fund program and
notwithstanding Section 28.00, this
item may be reduced or increased by
the Department of Finance not
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing to the
chairpersons of the committees in
each house of the Legislature that
consider appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
such lesser time after that
notification as the chairperson of
the joint committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance
determine. This provision shall not
apply to any General Fund increases
or reductions.
3. Augmentations to reimbursements in
this
item are exempt from Section
28.50. The Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board shall provide
written notification within 30 days
to the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee describing the nature and
planned expenditure of these
augmentations when the amount
received exceeds $200,000. Federal
funds may be increased to allow for
the matching of the augmentations
of reimbursements and the
Department of Finance may authorize
the establishment of positions if
costs are fully offset by the
augmentations to reimbursements.


4280-001-0236--For support of Managed
Risk Medical Insurance Board, for payment
to Item 4280-001-0001, payable from the
Unallocated Account, Cigarette and
Tobacco Products Surtax Fund.............. 34,000


4280-001-0309--For support of Managed Risk
Medical Insurance Board, for payment to
Item 4280-001-0001, payable from the
Perinatal Insurance Fund.................... 342,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 4280-001-0313
also applies to this item.


4280-001-0313--For support of Managed Risk
Medical Insurance Board, for payment to
Item 4280-001-0001, payable from the Major
Risk Medical Insurance Fund................. 1,284,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of Finance
may augment this item in excess
of the amount appropriated not
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing is provided
to the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


4280-001-0890--For support of Managed Risk
Medical Insurance Board, for payment to
Item 4280-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund, for Healthy Families
Program..................................... 7,495,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 3 of Item 4280-001-0001
also applies to this item.


4280-003-0890--For support of Managed Risk
Medical Insurance Board, for payment to
Item 4280-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund, for County Health
Initiative Matching Fund Program............ 313,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1, 2, and 3 of Item 4280-
001-0001 also apply to this
item.


4280-003-3055--For support of Managed Risk
Medical Insurance Board, for payment to
Item 4280-001-0001, payable from the County
Health Initiative Matching Fund, for the
County Health Initiative Matching Fund
Program..................................... 169,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1, 2, and 3 of Item
4280-001-0001 also apply to this
item.


4280-017-0001--For support of Managed Risk
Medical Insurance Board, for implementation
of the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act............................ 27,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Major Risk Medical
Insurance Program........... 16,000
(2) 20-Access for Infants and
Mothers Program............. 15,000
(3) 40-Healthy Families Program. 77,000
(4) Amount payable from the
Perinatal Insurance Fund
(Item 4280-017-0309)........ -5,000
(5) Amount payable from the
Major Risk Medical
Insurance Fund (Item 4280-
017-0313)................... -16,000
(6) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund (Item
4280-017-0890).............. -60,000


4280-017-0309--For support of Managed
Risk Medical Insurance Board, for payment
to Item 4280-017-0001, payable from the
Perinatal Insurance Fund, for
implementation of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act........ 5,000


4280-017-0313--For support of Managed
Risk Medical Insurance Board, for payment
to Item 4280-017-0001, payable from the
Major Risk Medical Insurance Fund, for
implementation of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act........ 16,000


4280-017-0890--For support of Managed
Risk Medical Insurance Board, for payment
to Item 4280-017-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund, for implementation of
the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act........................ 60,000


4280-101-0001--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
the Healthy Families Program.............. 252,203,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Access for
Infants and Mothers
Program............. 66,846,000
(2) 40-Healthy Families
Program............. 986,010,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4280-101-
0890)............... -707,753,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Children's
Health and Human
Services Special
Fund (Item 4280-101-
3156)............... -92,900,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4280-102-0001 in order to
effectively administer the
Healthy Families Program.
2. The Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board shall use all
available, designated funds for
the Healthy Families Program
from the Children's Health and
Human Services Special Fund
before General Funds are used,
and advise the Department of
Finance and the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, as
part of the estimate submittals
required in subdivision (h) of
Section 10506 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code, on how much
revenue is available from the
Children's Health and Human
Services Special Fund and its
overall impact on General Fund
appropriations and annual
General Fund allocations.


4280-101-0890--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
payment to Item 4280-101-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund, for the
Healthy Families Program................... 707,753,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer such funds as
are necessary between this
item and Item 4280-102-0890 in
order to effectively
administer the Healthy
Families Program.


4280-101-3156--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
payment to Item 4280-101-0001, payable
from the Children's Health and Human
Services Special Fund, for the Healthy
Families Program........................... 92,900,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this
item are in lieu of the
amounts that otherwise would
have been appropriated for
administration pursuant to
Section 12201 of the Revenue
and Taxation Code.
2. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer such funds as
are necessary between this
item and Item 4280-102-3156 in
order to effectively
administer the Healthy
Families Program.
3. Provision 2 of Item 4280-101-
0001 also applies to this item.


4280-102-0001--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
Healthy Families Program administrative
contracts................................... 20,270,000
Schedule:
(1) 40-Healthy Families
Program............... 79,865,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -7,830,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4280-102-
0890)................. -47,439,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Children's Health
and Human Services
Special Fund (Item
4280-102-3156)........ -4,326,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4280-101-0001 in order to
effectively administer the Healthy
Families Program.
2. Provision 2 of Item 4280-101-0001
also applies to this item.


4280-102-0890--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
payment to Item 4280-102-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund, for Healthy
Families Program administrative contracts.. 47,439,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer such funds as
are necessary between this
item and Item 4280-101-0890 in
order to effectively
administer the Healthy
Families Program.


4280-102-3156--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
payment to Item 4280-102-0001, payable from
the Children's Health and Human Services
Special Fund, for Healthy Families Program
administrative contracts.................... 4,326,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item are
in lieu of the amounts that
otherwise would have been
appropriated for administration
pursuant to Section 12201 of the
Revenue and Taxation Code.
2. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4280-101-3156 in order to
effectively administer the Healthy
Families Program.
3. Provision 2 of Item 4280-101-0001
also applies to this item.


4280-103-0890--For local assistance,
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, for
payment to Item 4280-103-3055, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund, for the County
Health Initiative Matching Fund Program..... 839,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1, 2, and 3 of Item
4280-103-3055 also apply to this
item.


4280-103-3055--For local assistance, Managed
Risk Medical Insurance Board, for the County
Health Initiative Matching Fund Program,
payable from the County Health Initiative
Matching Fund................................ 452,000
Schedule:
(1) 50-County Health
Initiative Matching Fund
Program.................... 1,291,000
(2) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund (Item
4280-103-0890)............. -839,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are necessary
between this item and Item 4280-003-
0890 or 4280-003-3055 in order to
effectively administer the County
Health Initiative Matching Fund
program. The Department of Finance
may also authorize the establishment
of positions in order to allow the
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board
to effectively administer the County
Health Initiative Matching Fund
program.
2. Funds in this item are subject to
the availability, as determined by
the Department of Finance, of
federal State Children's Health
Insurance Program funds not needed
for state-funded health programs,
including, but not limited to, the
Healthy Families Program and, as
funded by the federal State
Children's Health Insurance Program,
the Access for Infants and Mothers
Program, and the Medi-Cal program.
To determine the availability of
funds, all entities participating in
the County Health Initiative
Matching Fund program, as a
condition of receiving funds, shall
submit, on or before August 1 and
February 1 of each year, an estimate
of expenditures under this item to
the Managed Risk Medical Insurance
Board. The Managed Risk Medical
Insurance Board shall reflect this
information in the November and May
estimates provided to the Department
of Finance.
3. To provide for the effective use of
federal State Children's Health
Insurance Program funds in the
County Health Initiative Matching
Fund program and notwithstanding
Section 28.00, this item may be
reduced or increased by the
Department of Finance not sooner
than 30 days after notification in
writing to the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, or such lesser
time after that notification as the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


4280-111-0232--For transfer by the
Controller from the Hospital Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Perinatal Insurance
Fund, for the Access for Infants and
Mothers Program............................ (14,356,000)
Provisions:
1. In order to effectively
administer the Access for
Infants and Mothers Program,
the Department of Finance may
decrease or increase this item
in order to conform the
appropriation to revised
subvention estimates.


4280-111-0233--For transfer by the
Controller from the Physician Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Perinatal Insurance
Fund, for the Access for Infants and
Mothers Program............................ (15,463,000)
Provisions:
1. In order to effectively
administer the Access for
Infants and Mothers Program,
the Department of Finance may
decrease or increase this item
in order to conform the
appropriation to revised
subvention estimates.


4280-111-0236--For transfer by the
Controller from the Unallocated Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund
to the Perinatal Insurance Fund, for the
Access for Infants and Mothers Program..... (15,728,000)
Provisions:
1. In order to effectively
administer the Access for
Infants and Mothers Program,
the Department of Finance may
decrease or increase this item
in order to conform the
appropriation to revised
subvention estimates.


4280-112-0233--For transfer by the
Controller from the Physician Services
Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products
Surtax Fund to the Major Risk Medical
Insurance Fund, for the Major Risk
Medical Insurance Program................. (2,051,000)


4280-112-0236--For transfer by the
Controller from the Unallocated Account,
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax
Fund to the Major Risk Medical Insurance
Fund, for the Major Risk Medical
Insurance Program......................... (295,000)


4280-112-3133--For transfer by the
Controller from the Managed Care
Administrative Fines and Penalties Fund to
the Major Risk Medical Insurance Fund, for
the Major Risk Medical Insurance Program... (3,554,000)
Provisions:
1. In order to effectively
administer the Major Risk
Medical Insurance Program, the
Department of Finance may
decrease or increase this item
in order to conform to the
revised transfer estimate from
the Managed Care
Administrative Fines and
Penalties Fund.


4300-001-0001--For support of Department of
Developmental Services...................... 24,634,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Community Services
Program............... 24,133,000
(2) 20-Developmental
Centers Program....... 14,474,000
(3) 35.01-Administration.. 25,930,000
(4) 35.02-Distributed
Administration........ -25,930,000
(6) Reimbursements........ -10,946,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Developmental
Disabilities Program
Development Fund
(Item 4300-001-0172).. -280,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4300-001-
0890)................. -2,354,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Mental Health
Services Fund (Item
4300-001-3085)........ -393,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4300-003-0001 in order to
appropriately align General Fund
and Medi-Cal reimbursements from
the State Department of Health
Care Services with budgeted
activities. Within 10 working days
after approval of a transfer as
authorized by this provision, the
Department of Finance shall notify
the chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of the transfer,
including the amount transferred,
how the amount was determined, and
how the amount will be utilized.
2. The General Fund shall make a loan
available to the State Department
of Developmental Services not to
exceed a cumulative total of
$3,000,000. The loan funds will be
transferred to this item as needed
to meet cashflow needs due to
delays in collecting
reimbursements for the Health Care
Deposit Fund, and are subject to
the repayment provisions in
Section 16351 of the Government
Code.
3. The State Department of
Developmental Services may
promulgate regulations
specifically for implementing
proposals to increase federal
funding to the state.
Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, such regulations
shall be deemed emergency
regulations necessary for the
immediate preservation of the
public peace, health and safety,
or general welfare for purposes of
subdivision (b) of Section 11346.1
of the Government Code.
4. Notwithstanding Section 26.00, the
Department of Finance may
authorize transfer of expenditure
authority between Schedules (1)
and (2) in order to accurately
reflect expenditures in these
programs.
5. The State Department of
Developmental Services shall
provide the fiscal and policy
committees in each house of the
Legislature with a comprehensive
status update on the Lanterman
Plan, by no later than January 10
and May 14 of each fiscal year,
which shall include, at a minimum,
all of the following:
(a) A description and progress
report on all pertinent
aspects of the community-
based resources
development, including the
status of the Lanterman
transition placement plan.
(b) An aggregate update on the
consumers living at
Lanterman and consumers
who have been transitioned
to other living
arrangements, including a
description of the living
arrangements
(Developmental Center or
community-based and model
being used) and the range
of services the consumers
receive.
(c) An update to the Major
Implementation Steps and
Timelines.
(d) A comprehensive update to
the fiscal analyses.
(e) An update to the plan
regarding Lanterman's
employees, including
employees who are
providing medical services
to consumers on an
outpatient basis, as well
as employees who are
providing services to
consumers in residential
settings.
(f) Specific measures the
state, including the State
Department of
Developmental Services,
the State Department
of Health Care Services,
and the State Department
of Mental Health, is
taking in meeting the
health, mental health,
medical, dental, and
overall well-being of
consumers living in the
community and those
residing at Lanterman
until appropriately
transitioned in accordance
with the Lanterman Act.
(g) Any other pertinent
information that
facilitates the
understanding of issues,
concerns, or potential
policy changes that are
applicable to the
transition of Lanterman
Developmental Center.


4300-001-0172--For support of Department of
Developmental Services, for payment to Item
4300-001-0001, payable from the
Developmental Disabilities Program
Development Fund............................ 280,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of
Finance may authorize expenditures
for the State Department of
Developmental Services in excess of
the amount appropriated no sooner
than 30 days after notification in
writing is provided to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or no sooner than such
lesser time as the chairperson of
the joint committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance
determine.


4300-001-0890--For support of Department of
Developmental Services, for payment to Item
4300-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund.................................. 2,354,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4300-101-0890 in order to
effectively administer the Early
Intervention Program (Part C of the
Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act).


4300-001-3085--For support of Department
of Developmental Services, for payment to
Item 4300-001-0001, payable from the
Mental Health Services Fund............... 393,000


4300-002-0001--For support of Department of
Developmental Services, for rental payments
on lease-revenue bonds....................... 7,089,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees....... 7,059,000
(2) Insurance.................. 31,000
(3) Reimbursements............. -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates in
any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met and
base rental payments are paid in
full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


4300-003-0001--For support of Department
of Developmental Services, for
Developmental Centers..................... 277,994,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Developmental
Centers Program..... 563,218,000
(2) Reimbursements...... -284,694,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4300-003-
0890)............... -530,000
Provisions:
1. A loan shall be available from
the General Fund to the State
Department of Developmental
Services not to exceed a
cumulative total of $77,000,000.
The loan funds will be
transferred to this item as
needed to meet cashflow needs
due to delays in collecting
reimbursements from the Health
Care Deposit Fund and are
subject to the repayment
provisions of Section 16351 of
the Government Code.
2. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4300-001-0001 in order to
appropriately align General Fund
and Medi-Cal reimbursements from
the State Department of
Health Care Services with
budgeted activities. Within 10
working days after approval of a
transfer as authorized by this
provision, the Department of
Finance shall notify the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson
of the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of the transfer,
including the amount
transferred, how the amount was
determined, and how the amount
will be utilized.
3. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4300-101-0001. Within 10
working days after approval of a
transfer as authorized by this
provision, the Department of
Finance shall notify the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of the transfer,
including the amount
transferred, how the amount
transferred was determined, and
how the amount transferred will
be utilized.
4. The State Department of
Developmental Services (DDS)
shall notify the chairperson of
each fiscal committee and policy
committee of each house of the
Legislature of specific outcomes
resulting from citations and the
results of annual surveys
conducted by the State
Department of Public Health, as
well as findings of any other
governmental agency authorized
to conduct investigations or
surveys of state developmental
centers. The DDS shall forward
the notifications, including a
copy of the specific findings,
to the chairpersons of the
committees within 10 working
days of its receipt of these
findings. The DDS also shall
forward these findings, within
three working days of
submission, to the
appropriate investigating
agency. In addition, the DDS
shall provide notification to
the chairpersons of the
committees, within three working
days, of its receipt of
information concerning any
investigation initiated by the
United States Department of
Justice and the private
nonprofit corporation designated
by the Governor pursuant to
Division 4.7 (commencing with
Section 4900) of the Welfare and
Institutions Code or concerning
any findings or recommendations
resulting from any of these
investigations.


4300-003-0890--For support of Department of
Developmental Services, for payment to Item
4300-003-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund.................................. 530,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4300-101-0890 in order to
effectively administer the Foster
Grandparent Program.


4300-004-0001--For support of Department of
Developmental Services (Proposition 98), for
Developmental Centers.......................... 7,323,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Developmental Centers 9,898,00
Program....................... 0
(a) 20.17-AB
1202
Contracts... 780,000
(b) 20.66-Medi-
Cal
Eligible
Services.... 9,118,000
(2) Reimbursements................ -2,575,0
00
Provisions:
1. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $2,779,000 is to be used to
provide the General Fund match for
Medi-Cal Eligible Services.


4300-005-0001--For support of the Department
of Developmental Services.................... 135,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Developmental Centers
Program.................... 135,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during 2011-12.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund budget act item
for support of the Department of
Developmental Services may be
augmented to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services. No augmentation shall
be made sooner than 30 days after
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee has been notified in
writing.


4300-017-0001--For support of Department of
Developmental Services, for implementation
of the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act........................... 251,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Developmental Centers
Program.................... 414,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -163,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to the
federal Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of
1996.


4300-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Developmental Services,
for Regional Centers..................... 2,261,882,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.10.010-
Operations.......... 527,639,000
(2) 10.10.020-Purchase 3,362,069,00
of Services......... 0
(3) 10.10.060-Early
Intervention
Program............. 20,095,000
(4) 10.10.080-
Prevention Program.. 28,300,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -1,620,877,0
00
(7) Amount payable from
Developmental
Disabilities
Program Development
Fund (Item 4300-101-
0172)............... -3,296,000
(8) Amount payable from
Federal Trust Fund
(Item 4300-101-
0890)............... -51,898,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Developmental
Disabilities
Services Account
(Item 4300-101-
0496)............... -150,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4300-003-0001. Within 10
working days after approval of a
transfer as authorized by this
provision, the Department of
Finance shall notify the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees in each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of the transfer,
including the amount
transferred, how the amount
transferred was determined, and
how the amount transferred will
be utilized.
2. A loan shall be made available
from the General Fund to the
State Department of
Developmental Services not to
exceed a cumulative total of
$160,000,000. The loan funds
shall be transferred to this
item as needed to meet cashflow
needs due to delays in
collecting reimbursements from
the Health Care Deposit Fund and
are subject to the repayment
provisions of Section 16351 of
the Government Code.
3. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds as are necessary
between this item and Item 5160-
001-0001 to provide for the
transportation costs to and from
work activity programs of
clients who are receiving
vocational rehabilitation
services through the Vocational
Rehabilitation/Work Activity
Program (VR/WAP).
4. $1,826,000 of the funds
appropriated in this item may be
used to augment service provider
rates for the work needed to
obtain information to secure
federal participation under the
Home and Community-Based
Services Waiver program.
Eligible providers are those
service providers who are
qualified providers under Title
XIX of the Social Security Act,
are not currently providing the
required information, and are
serving individuals enrolled
under the Home and Community-
Based Services Waiver program.
5. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
the Department of Finance may
authorize transfer of
expenditure authority between
Schedules (1) and (2) in order
to more accurately reflect
expenditures in the Early
Intervention Program (Part C of
the Individuals with
Disabilities Education Act).
6. It is the intent of the
Legislature for the State
Department of Health Care
Services and the State
Department of Developmental
Services to collaboratively work
with stakeholders, including
providers and diverse
constituency groups as deemed
appropriate, regarding the
bundling of rates for the
reimbursement of intermediate
care facilities for the
developmentally disabled,
including habilitative and
nursing facilities. It is the
intent of the Legislature that
any changes made by the state
shall be seamless to the
providers of services affected
by the changes, as well as to
the consumers and their families
that are provided services
through the Regional Center
system. The integrity of the
individual program plan process
described in the Lanterman
Developmental Disabilities
Services Act (Division 4.5
(commencing with Section 4500)
of the Welfare and
Institutions Code) shall be
maintained throughout this
process and shall not be
affected by any changes made to
implement the bundled rates.
7. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
the Department of Finance may
authorize transfer of
expenditure authority from
Schedule (4) 10.10.080-
Prevention Program to Schedule
(2) 10.10.020-Purchase of
Services to more accurately
reflect expenditures in the
Prevention and Early Start
Programs.


4300-101-0172--For local assistance,
Department of Developmental Services, for
payment to Item 4300-101-0001, payable from
the Developmental Disabilities Program
Development Fund............................ 3,296,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of
Finance may authorize expenditures
for the State Department of
Developmental Services in excess of
the amount appropriated no sooner
than 30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor
is provided to the chairpersons of
the fiscal committees in each house
of the Legislature and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or no
sooner than such lesser time as the
chairperson of the joint committee,
or his or her designee, may in each
instance determine.


4300-101-0496--For local assistance,
Department of Developmental Services, for
payment to Item 4300-101-0001, payable
from the Developmental Disabilities
Services Account.......................... 150,000


4300-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Developmental Services, for
Regional Centers, for payment to Item 4300-
101-0001, payable from the Federal Trust
Fund....................................... 51,898,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer such funds
as are necessary between this
item and Item 4300-001-0890 in
order to effectively
administer the Early
Intervention federal grant
program (Part C of the
Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act).
2. Upon order of the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer such funds as
are necessary between this
item and Item 4300-003-0890 in
order to effectively
administer the Foster
Grandparent Program.
3. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
the Department of Finance may
authorize transfer of
expenditure authority between
Programs 10.10.010-Operations
and 10.10.020-Purchase of
Services in order to more
accurately reflect
expenditures in the Early
Intervention federal grant
program (Part C of the
Individuals with Disabilities
Education Act).


4300-101-3085--For local assistance,
Department of Developmental Services, for
Regional Centers, payable from the Mental
Health Services Fund.......................... 740,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.10.010-Operations........ 740,000


4300-117-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Developmental Services, for
implementation of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act........... 637,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.10.010-Regional
Centers: Operations........ 1,275,000
(2) Reimbursements............. -638,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support
of compliance activities related to
the federal Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act
(HIPAA) of 1996.


4300-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department
of Developmental Services..................... 2,043,000
Schedule:
(2) 55.65.300-Developmental
Centers: Automatic Fire
Sprinkler Systems--
Preliminary plans and
working drawings............ 2,043,000


4440-001-0001--For support of Department of
Mental Health............................... 47,079,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Community Services. 55,300,000
(2) 20-Long-Term Care
Services.............. 27,518,000
(3) 35.01-Departmental
Administration........ 15,196,000
(4) 35.02-Distributed
Departmental
Administration........ -15,196,000
(5) Reimbursements........ -21,770,000
(6) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 4440-001-
0890)................. -3,517,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Mental Health
Services Fund (Item
4440-001-3085)........ -10,062,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Licensing and
Certification Fund,
Mental Health (Item
4440-001-3099)........ -390,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, and following 30-day
notification to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, the
Controller shall transfer between
this item and Item 4440-016-0001
those funds that are necessary for
direct community services, as well
as administrative and ancillary
services related to the provision
of direct services.
2. Notwithstanding Section 26.00, the
Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
expenditure authority between
Schedules (1) and (2) in order to
accurately reflect expenditures in
these programs.


4440-001-0890--For support of Department of
Mental Health, for payment to Item 4440-001-
0001, payable from the Federal Trust Fund... 3,517,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4440-101-0890.


4440-001-3085--For support of Department
of Mental Health, for payment to Item 4440-
001-0001, payable from the Mental Health
Services Fund.............................. 10,062,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this
item are in lieu of the
amounts that otherwise would
have been appropriated for
administration pursuant to
subdivision (d) of Section
5892 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the
Department of Finance may
increase the funding provided
in this item to further the
implementation of the Mental
Health Services Act
(Proposition 63, as approved
by the voters at the November
2, 2004, statewide general
election). Any increase may
occur not sooner than 30 days
after written notification has
been provided to the
chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations, the
chairpersons of the committees
and the appropriate
subcommittees in each house of
the Legislature that consider
the State Budget, and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
identifying the need for that
increase and the expenditure
plan for the additional funds.
3. The State Department of Mental
Health shall annually provide
to the Department of Finance a
Fund Condition Statement of
the Housing Support Account
(special deposit account)
which shall be annually
published in the Governor's
Budget. It is the intent of
the Legislature to utilize
this information to track the
fiscal allocations made for
the Housing Initiative Program
as established under the
Mental Health Services Act
(Proposition 63, as approved
by the voters at the November
2, 2004, statewide general
election).


4440-001-3099--For support of Department
of Mental Health, for payment to Item
4440-001-0001, payable from the Licensing
and Certification Fund, Mental Health..... 390,000


4440-003-0001--For support of Department of
Mental Health, for rental payments on lease-
revenue bonds................................. 42,983,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and Fees... 42,851,000
(2) Insurance.............. 133,000
(3) Reimbursements......... -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer funds
appropriated in this item for base
rental, fees, and insurance as and
when provided for in the schedule
submitted by the State Public Works
Board or the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment dates
in any related Facility Lease or
Indenture, the schedule may provide
for an earlier transfer of funds to
ensure debt requirements are met
and base rental payments are paid
in full when due.
2. This item may contain adjustments
pursuant to Section 4.30 that are
not currently reflected. Any
adjustments to this item shall be
reported to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee pursuant to
Section 4.30.


4440-005-0001--For support of Department of
Mental Health.................................. 1,200,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Long-Term Care
Services................ 1,200,000
(2) 35.01-Departmental
Administration.......... 1,200,000
(3) 35.02-Distributed
Departmental
Administration.......... -1,200,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in this item
shall be used to reimburse the
Department of Justice for legal
services provided during the 2011-12
fiscal year.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item, upon
order of the Director of Finance,
any non-General Fund Budget Act item
for support of the Department of
Mental Health may be augmented to
reimburse the Department of Justice
for legal services. No augmentation
shall be made sooner than 30 days
after the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee has been notified in
writing.


4440-011-0001--For support of the State
Hospitals, Department of Mental Health... 1,157,883,000
Schedule:
(1) 20.10-Long-Term
Care Services--
Lanterman-Petris-
Short Act........... 78,065,000
(2) 20.20-Long-Term
Care Services--
Penal Code and
Judicially 1,161,310,00
Committed........... 0
(3) Reimbursements...... -81,492,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, and following 30-day
notification to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
the Controller shall transfer
between this item and Item 4440-
016-0001 those funds that are
necessary for direct community
services, as well as
administrative and ancillary
services related to the
provision of direct services.
2. Upon approval of the State
Department of Mental Health, a
portion of the funds
appropriated in Schedule (2)
shall be available to reimburse
counties for the cost of
treatment and legal services to
patients in the five State
Department of Mental Health
state hospitals, pursuant to
Section 4117 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. Expenditures
made under this item shall be
charged to either the fiscal
year in which the claim is
received or the fiscal year in
which the Controller issues the
warrant. Claims filed by local
jurisdictions for legal services
may be scheduled by the
Controller for payment.
3. The reimbursements identified in
Schedule (3) shall include
amounts received by the State
Department of Mental Health as a
result of billing for Lanterman-
Petris-Short (LPS) Act state
hospital bed day expenditures
attributable to conservatees who
are gravely disabled as defined
in subparagraph (B) of paragraph
(1) of subdivision (h) of
Section 5008 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code (Murphy
Conservatee).
4. The Controller shall transfer
the total amount attributable in
the 2011-12 fiscal year to
patient-generated collections
for Lanterman-Petris-Short (LPS)
Act patients as revenue to the
General Fund.
5. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, funds
appropriated to accommodate
projected hospital population
levels in excess of those that
actually materialize, if any,
shall revert to the General
Fund. However, the Department of
Finance may approve an increase
in expenditures that are not
related to caseload for the
state hospitals through the
redirection of funding that is
reasonably believed not to be
needed for accommodating
projected hospital
population levels if the
approval is made in writing and
filed with the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee and the chairpersons
of the committees of each house
of the Legislature that consider
appropriations not later than 30
days prior to the effective date
of the approval, or prior to
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may in each instance
determine. All notifications
shall include (a) the reason for
the proposed redirection of
caseload funding to expenditures
that are not related to
caseload, (b) the approved
amount, and (c) the basis of the
Director of Finance's
determination that the funding
is not needed for accommodating
projected hospital population
levels.
6. Notwithstanding Section 26.00,
the Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
expenditure authority
between Schedules (1) and (2) in
order to accurately reflect
caseload in these programs.
7. The State Department of Mental
Health shall provide the fiscal
and policy committees of the
Legislature, including the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee,
and the Department of Finance
with a quarterly update on the
progress of the hiring plan to
ensure appropriate active
treatment for patients, state
licensure requirements, and in
meeting the Consent Judgment
with the United States
Department of Justice regarding
the federal Civil Rights of
Institutionalized Persons Act
(CRIPA). This quarterly update
shall be provided within 10
working days of the close of the
quarter to ensure the exchange
of timely and relevant
information.


4440-016-0001--For support of Department of
Mental Health, for Conditional Release
Services...................................... 26,703,000

Schedule:
(1) 20-Long-Term Care
Services............... 26,703,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
shall be used to provide community
services as provided in Section
4360 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. These funds
shall support direct community
services, as well as administrative
and ancillary services related to
the provision of direct services.
2. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, and following 30-day
notification to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, the
Controller shall transfer between
this item and Items 4440-001-0001
and 4440-011-0001 those funds that
are necessary for direct community
services, as well as administrative
and ancillary services related to
the provision of direct services.
3. The State Department of Mental
Health shall provide forensic
conditional release services
mandated either in Title 15
(commencing with Section 1600) of
Part 2 of the Penal Code or in
Article 4 (commencing with Section
2960) of Chapter 7 of Title 1 of
Part 3 of the Penal Code, through
contracts with programs which
integrate the supervision and
treatment roles and providers
selected consistent with Section
1615 of the Penal Code.
4. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, it is intended that no funds
shall be available for the payment
of treatment services to persons on
court visit from state hospitals to
the community as designated in
subdivision (a) of Section 4117 of
the Welfare and Institutions Code.


4440-017-0001--For support of Department of
Mental Health, for implementation of the
Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act............................. 1,085,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Community
Services................ 2,228,000
(2) 35.01-Departmental
Administration.......... 686,000
(3) 35.02-Distributed
Departmental
Administration.......... -686,000
(4) Reimbursements.......... -1,143,000
Provisions:
1. The funding appropriated in this
item is limited to the amount
specified in Section 17.00. These
funds are to be used in support of
compliance activities related to the
federal Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of
1996 (P.L. 104-191).


4440-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health................... 2,780,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.25-Community
Services-- Other
Treatment.............. 517,964,000
(2) 10.47-Community
Services-- Children's
Mental Health Services. 310,000
(3) 10.97-Community
Services-- Healthy
Families Program....... 35,217,000
(4) Reimbursements......... -550,711,000
Provisions:
1. Augmentations to reimbursements in
this item from the Office of
Emergency Services for Disaster
Relief are exempt from Section
28.00. The State Department of
Mental Health shall provide written
notification to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
describing the nature and planned
expenditure of these augmentations
when the amount received exceeds
$200,000.
2. It is the intent of the Legislature
that local expenditures for mental
health services for Medi-Cal
eligible individuals serve as the
match to draw down maximum federal
financial participation to continue
the Short-Doyle/Medi-Cal program.
3. It is the intent of the Legislature
for counties to consider ways to
provide services similar to those
established pursuant to the Mentally
Ill Offender Crime Reduction Grant
Program using Mental Health Services
Act funds, as referenced in Section
5813.5 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code and as
appropriated under this act.


4440-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund............................ 60,691,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.25-Community
Services-- Other
Treatment.............. 52,343,000
(2) 10.75-Community
Services-- Homeless
Mentally Disabled...... 8,348,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in this item
are for assistance to local
agencies in the establishment and
operation of mental health
services, in accordance with
Division 5 (commencing with Section
5000) of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.
2. The State Department of Mental
Health may authorize advance
payments of federal grant funds on
a monthly basis to the counties for
grantees. These advance payments
may not exceed one-twelfth of
Section 2.00 of the individual
grant award for the 2011-12 fiscal
year.
3. Upon order of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4440-001-0890.


4440-101-3085--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, payable from
the Mental Health Services Fund.............. 12,150,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.98-Community
Services-- Continued
Implementation of the
Mental Health
Services Act.......... 51,750,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -39,600,000


4440-102-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health (Proposition
98), for Early Mental Health Services..... 15,000,000


4440-103-3085--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, for Mental
Health Managed Care, payable from the
Mental Health Services Fund............... 183,590,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.25-Community
Services-- Other
Treatment........... 367,116,000
(2) Reimbursements...... -183,526,000
Provisions:
1. The allocation of funds
appropriated in this item shall
be determined based on a
methodology developed by the
State Department of Mental
Health in consultation with a
statewide organization
representing counties. This
methodology shall be based on a
review of actual and projected
expenditures for mental health
services for Medi-Cal
beneficiaries, by county.
2. Of the amount appropriated in
this item, $8,000,000 shall be
transferred to the Mental Health
Managed Care Deposit Fund (Fund
0865).


4440-105-3085--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, payable from
the Mental Health Services Fund........... 578,981,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.30-Community
Services-- EPSDT.... 1,309,657,000
(2) Reimbursements...... -730,676,000
Provisions:
1. It is the intent of the
Legislature that local
expenditures for mental health
services for Medi-Cal eligible
individuals serve as the match to
draw down maximum federal
financial participation to
continue the Short-Doyle/Medi-Cal
program.


4440-111-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, for caregiver
resource centers serving families of adults
with acquired brain injuries.................. 2,918,000
Schedule:
(1) 10.77-Community Services--
Brain Damaged Adults........ 2,918,000


4440-295-3085--For local assistance,
Department of Mental Health, to provide
Handicapped and Disabled Students I and
II, and Seriously Emotionally Disturbed
Pupils: Out of State Mental Health
Services (AB 3632) (Ch. 1747, Stats.
1984; Ch. 1128, Stats. 1994; Ch. 654,
Stats. 1996) (CSM-4282; 02-TC-40; 02-TC-
49; 97-TC-05) to special education
students, payable from the Mental Health
Services Fund............................. 98,586,000


4440-301-0001--For capital outlay, Department
of Mental Health.............................. 4,302,000
Schedule:
(1) 55.40.285-Metropolitan and
Napa Fire Sprinkler System
for Skilled Nursing
Facility-- Preliminary
plans and working drawings.. 2,092,000
(2) 55.40.295-Napa Fire Alarm
Replacement System--
Preliminary plans and
working drawings............ 2,210,000


4560-001-3085--For support of Mental Health
Services Oversight and Accountability
Commission , payable from the Mental Health
Services Fund ................................ 5,529,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Mental Health
Services Oversight and
Accountability Commission .. 5,529,000


4700-001-0890--For support of Department of
Community Services and Development, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................... 25,010,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Energy Programs..... 21,692,000
(2) 40-Community Services.. 3,318,000
(3) 50.01-Administration... 4,838,000
(4) 50.02-Distributed
Administration......... -4,838,000
Provisions:
1. On a federal fiscal year basis, the
Department of Community Services
and Development shall make the
following program allocation for
the community services block grant,
as a percentage of the total block
grant:
(a) Administration..... 5 percent
2. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, any unexpended federal
funds from Item 4700-001-0890,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats.
2010), shall be in augmentation of
Item 4700-001-0890 of this act and
not subject to Section 28.00. The
Department of Finance shall provide
written notification of the
augmentation to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee within
10 days from the date of approval.
The notification shall include the
following: (a) the amount of the
augmentation, (b) an identification
of the purposes for which the funds
will be used, and (c) an
explanation of the reason the funds
were not spent in the 2010-11
fiscal year.


4700-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Community Services and
Development, for assistance to individuals
and payments to service providers, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................ 234,742,000
Schedule:
(1) 20-Energy Programs...... 172,610,00
0
(2) 40-Community Services... 62,132,000
Provisions:
1. On a federal fiscal year basis,
the Department of Community
Services and Development shall
make the following program
allocations for the community
services block grant as a
percentage of the total block
grant:
(a) Discretionary....... 5 percent
(b) Migrant and
seasonal
farmworkers...... 10 percent
(c) Native American3.9
Indian programs.. percent
(d) Community action
agencies and
rural community 76.1
services......... percent
All grantees under the community
services block grant program are
subject to standard state
contracting procedures required
under the program.
2. Funds scheduled in this item may
be transferred to Item 4700-001-
0890 for the administration of the
Low-Income Home Energy Assistance
Program, subject to approval of
the Department of Finance.
3. Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, any unexpended federal
funds from Item 4700-101-0890,
Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712,
Stats. 2010), shall be in
augmentation of Item 4700-101-0890
of this act and are not subject to
Section 28.00. The Department of
Finance shall provide written
notification of the augmentation
to the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee within 10 days from the
date of approval. The
notification shall include the
following: (a) the amount of the
augmentation, (b) an
identification of the purposes for
which the funds will be used, and
(c) an explanation of the reason
the funds were not spent in the
2010-11 fiscal year. These funds
shall be used for local assistance
for the programs for which they
were originally budgeted.


5160-001-0001--For support of Department
of Rehabilitation.......................... 55,083,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Vocational
Rehabilitation
Services............ 395,149,000
(2) 30-Independent
Living Services..... 5,043,000
(3) 40.01-
Administration...... 34,192,000
(4) 40.02-Distributed
Administration...... -34,192,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -7,900,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Vending Stand
Fund (Item 5160-001-
0600)............... -3,361,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5160-001-
0890)............... -332,672,000
(10) Amount payable from
the Traumatic Brain
Injury Fund (Item
5160-001-0311)...... -1,176,000
Provisions:
1. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer such funds as are
necessary between this item and
Item 4300-101-0001 to provide
for the transportation costs to
and from work activity programs
of clients who are receiving
vocational rehabilitation
services through the Vocational
Rehabilitation/Work Activity
Program (VR/WAP).
2. The Department of Rehabilitation
shall maximize its use of
certified time as a match for
federal vocational
rehabilitation funds. To the
extent that certified time is
available, it shall be used in
lieu of the General Fund moneys.


5160-001-0311--For support of Department of
Rehabilitation, for payment to Item 5160-
001-0001, payable from the Traumatic Brain
Injury Fund................................. 1,176,000
Provisions:
1. Funds appropriated in this item
have been appropriated for
administration pursuant to
Sections 4354, 4355, 4358.5, and
14132.992 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code.


5160-001-0600--For support of Department
of Rehabilitation, for payment to Item
5160-001-0001, payable from the Vending
Stand Fund................................ 3,361,000


5160-001-0890--For support of Department
of Rehabilitation, for payment to Item
5160-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................. 332,672,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item that is payable from
federal Social Security Act
funds for vocational
rehabilitation services for
SSI/SSDI recipients shall be
expended only to the extent
that funds received exceed the
amount appropriated in Item
5160-101-0890 that is payable
from the federal Social
Security Act funds. It is the
intent of the Legislature that
first priority of federal
Social Security Act funding be
given to independent living
centers in the amount of
federal Social Security Act
funding appropriated in Item
5160-101-0890.


5160-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Rehabilitation, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund........................ 15,736,000
Schedule:
(1) 30-Independent Living
Services............... 15,736,000


5170-001-0001--For support of State
Independent Living Council....................0
Schedule:
(1) 10-State Council Services... 566,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -566,000


5170-001-0890--For support of the State
Independent Living Council, payable from
the Federal Trust Fund.................... 210,000


5175-001-0001--For support of Department of
Child Support Services....................... 22,991,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Child Support
Services.............. 71,363,000
(2) Reimbursements........ -123,000
(3) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5175-001-
0890)................. -48,249,000


5175-001-0890--For support of Department
of Child Support Services, for payment to
Item 5175-001-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund........................ 48,249,000


5175-002-0001--For support of Department of
Child Support Services...................... 27,825,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Child Support
Services.............. 94,651,000
(2) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5175-002-
0890)................. -66,826,000
Provisions:
1. Funds in this item shall be used
for contracts and interagency
agreements in the child support
program, unless otherwise
authorized by the Department of
Finance no sooner than 30 days
after providing notification in
writing to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees of each house of
the Legislature and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee, or
no sooner than such lesser time as
the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Department
of Finance may augment this item
to reimburse the Judicial Council
for the increased costs associated
with salary adjustments for child
support commissioners and family
law facilitators pursuant to
Section 17712 of the Family Code,
in the event such salary
adjustments are provided to
superior court judges, no sooner
than 30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor
to the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or not sooner than
whatever lesser time the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine.


5175-002-0890--For support of Department
of Child Support Services, for payment to
Item 5175-002-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund......................... 66,826,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1 and 2 of Item
5175-002-0001 also apply to
this item.


5175-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Child Support Services...... 276,185,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Child Support Services... 868,445
,000
(a) 10.01-Child
Support
Administratio 749,204,0
n............ 00
(b) 10.03-Child
Support 119,241,0
Automation... 00
(2) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund (Item -385,38
5175-101-0890).............. 7,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Child Support Collections
Recovery Fund (Item 5175- -206,87
101-8004)................... 3,000
Provisions:
1. No funds appropriated in this item
shall be encumbered unless every
rule or regulation adopted, and
every child support services letter
or similar instruction issued, by
the Department of Child Support
Services that adds to the costs of
the child support program is
approved by the Department of
Finance as to the availability of
funds before it becomes effective.
In making the determination as to
availability of funds to meet the
expenditures of a rule, regulation,
or child support services letter
that would increase the costs of
the program, the Department of
Finance shall consider the amount
of the proposed increase on an
annualized basis, the effect the
change would have on the
expenditure limitations for the
program set forth in this act, the
extent to which the rule,
regulation, or child support
services letter constitutes a
deviation from the premises under
which the expenditure
limitations were prepared, and any
additional factors relating to the
fiscal integrity of the program or
the state's fiscal situation.
Notwithstanding Section 28.00, the
availability of funds contained in
this item for child support program
rules, regulations, or child
support services letters that add
to program costs funded from the
General Fund in excess of $500,000
on an annual basis, including those
that are the result of federal
regulations but excluding those
that are (a) specifically required
as a result of the enactment of a
federal or state law, or (b)
included in the appropriation made
by this act, shall not be approved
by the Department of Finance sooner
than 30 days after notification in
writing of the necessity therefor
to the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee, or such lesser time as
the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
may in each instance determine.
Funds appropriated in this item are
for the child support program
consisting of state and federal
statutory law, regulations, and
court decisions, if funds necessary
to carry out those decisions are
specifically appropriated in this
act.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, a loan not to exceed
$100,000,000 shall be made
available from the General Fund,
from funds not otherwise
appropriated, to cover the federal
share of costs of the program when
the federal funds have not been
received by this state prior to the
usual time for transmitting that
federal share to the counties of
this state or to cover the federal
share of child support
collections for which the federal
funds have been reduced prior to
the collections being received from
the counties. This loan from the
General Fund shall be repaid when
the federal share of costs for the
program becomes available or when
the collections are received from
the counties.
3. The Department of Finance may
authorize the establishment of
positions and transfer of amounts
from this item to Item 5175-001-
0001 in order to allow the state to
perform the functions or oversee
the functions of the local child
support agency in the event a
county fails to perform that
function or is out of compliance
with state performance standards.
4. The amounts appropriated in
Schedule (1)(b) 10.03-Child Support
Automation shall be available for
expenditure or encumbrance until
June 30, 2012. The Department of
Finance shall provide notification
to the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee of the amount of the
carryover within 10 working days
from the date the amount of the
carryover is determined.


5175-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Child Support Services, for
payment to Item 5175-101-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund................ 385,387,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1 and 4 of Item
5175-101-0001 also apply to
this item.
2. The Department of Finance may
authorize the establishment of
positions and transfer of
amounts from this item to Item
5175-001-0890 in order to
allow the state to perform the
functions or oversee the
functions of the local child
support agency in the event a
county fails to perform that
function or is out of
compliance with state
performance standards.
3. Notwithstanding Section 28.00
or any other provision of law,
upon request of the Department
of Child Support Services, the
Department of Finance may
increase or decrease the
expenditure authority in this
item to offset any increases
or decreases in collections
deposited in the Child Support
Collections Recovery Fund
and appropriated in Item 5175-
101-8004. The Department of
Finance shall provide
notification of the adjustment
to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee within 10
working days from the date of
Department of Finance approval

of the adjustment.


5175-101-8004--For local assistance,
Department of Child Support Services, for
payment to Item 5175-101-0001, payable
from the Child Support Collections
Recovery Fund.............................. 206,873,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, upon request
by the Department of Child
Support Services, the Director
of Finance may increase or
decrease this appropriation,
for the purposes of Section
17702.5 of the Family Code.
Adjustments to expenditure
authority shall be consistent
with those made pursuant to
Provision 3 of Item 5175-101-
0890. The Department of
Finance shall provide
notification of the adjustment
to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee within 10
working days from the date of
Department of Finance approval
of the adjustment.


5175-490--Reappropriation, Department of Child
Support Services. The balances of the
appropriations provided in the following
citations are reappropriated and shall be
available for encumbrance or expenditure upon
written approval of the Department of Finance
until June 30, 2012, for unanticipated costs
occurring during the 2011-12 fiscal year
associated with the California Child Support
Automation System project, and may be expended
upon written approval of the Department of
Finance issued on or before June 30, 2012:
0001-- General Fund
(2) Item 5175-001-0001, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(4) Item 5175-002-0001, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(6) Item 5175-101-0001, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
0890-- Federal Trust Fund
(2) Item 5175-001-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(4) Item 5175-002-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(6) Item 5175-101-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, upon request of the Department of
Child Support Services, the Department
of Finance may transfer any funding
reappropriated in this item to Items
5175-001-0001, 5175-002-0001, and 5175-
101-0001.
2. Notwithstanding any other provision of
law, upon request of the Department of
Child Support Services, the Department
of Finance may transfer any funding
reappropriated in this item to Items
5175-001-0890, 5175-002-0890, and 5175-
101-0890.
3. No expenditure or transfer authorized
in this item may become effective
sooner than 30 days after notice is
provided in writing to the
chairpersons of the fiscal
committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or
no sooner than whatever lesser time as
the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee, may
in each instance determine.


5175-495--Reversion, Department of Child
Support Services. As of June 30, 2011, the
balances of the appropriations provided for in
the following citations shall revert to the
balances of the funds from which the
appropriations were made:
0001--General Fund
(1) Item 5175-001-0001, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(2) Item 5175-002-0001, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(3) Item 5175-101-0001, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
0890--Federal Trust Fund
(1) Item 5175-001-0890, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(2) Item 5175-002-0890, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
(3) Item 5175-101-0890, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)


5180-001-0001--For support of Department
of Social Services........................ 100,254,000
Schedule:
(1) 16-Welfare Programs. 68,922,000
(2) 25-Social Services
and Licensing....... 165,008,000
(3) 35-Disability
Evaluation and
Other Services...... 280,299,000
(4) 60.01-
Administration...... 60,189,000
(5) 60.02-Distributed
Administration...... -60,189,000
(6) Reimbursements...... -33,670,000
(7) Amount payable from
Foster Family Home
and Small Family
Home Insurance Fund
(Item 5180-001-
0131)............... -2,136,000
(8) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5180-001-
0890)............... -378,169,000
Provisions:
1. The Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of funds
from Schedule (2) of this item
to Schedule (1), Program 25.30,
of Item 5180-151-0001, Children
and Adult Services and
Licensing, in order to allow
counties to perform the
facilities evaluation function.
2. The Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of funds
from Schedule (2) of this item
to Schedule (1), Program 25.30,
of Item 5180-151-0001, Children
and Adult Services and
Licensing, in order to allow
counties to perform the
adoptions program function.
3. Nonfederal funds appropriated in
this item that have been
budgeted to meet the state's
Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families maintenance-of-effort
requirement established pursuant
to the federal Personal
Responsibility and Work
Opportunity Reconciliation Act
of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not
be expended in any way that
would cause their
disqualification as a federally
allowable maintenance-of-effort
expenditure.
4. Notwithstanding paragraph (4) of
subdivision (b) of Section 1778
of the Health and Safety Code,
the State Department of Social
Services may use no more than 20
percent of the fees collected
pursuant to Chapter 10
(commencing with Section 1770)
of Division 2 of the Health and
Safety Code for overhead costs,
facilities operation, and
indirect department costs.
5. It is the intent of the
Legislature to provide
sufficient funding to ensure
that electronic benefit transfer
state administrative hearings
are conducted to meet statutory
timeframes. Notwithstanding the
30-day notice requirement set
forth in subdivision (e) of
Section 28.00, upon request by
the State Department of Social
Services, the Department of
Finance may augment expenditure
authority in this item to fund
increased costs associated with
the state administrative hearing
process at the time the request
is made. Concurrent with the
Department of Finance approval,
written notification shall be
provided to the Chairperson of
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee and the chairpersons
of the committees in each house
of the Legislature that consider
appropriations.
6. Of the amount appropriated in
this item, $270,000 shall be
available to support increased
rent costs related to the
relocation of the Los Angeles
State Programs Branch within the
Disability Determination
Services Division. These funds
may only be expended to the
extent these increased rent
costs materialize.
7. The State Department of Social
Services shall continue to
convene periodic meetings
throughout the year so that
stakeholders may receive
information and have the
opportunity to provide input to
the department regarding the
quality assurance, program
integrity, and program
consistency efforts in the In-
Home Supportive Services program
(Article 7 (commencing with
Section 12300) of Chapter 3 of
Part 3 of Division 9 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code).
In addition, the department
shall provide an update during
2012 budget hearings on the
impact of quality assurance
regulations.
8. Upon request of the State
Department of Social Services
and the State Department of
Health Care Services, the
Director of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
amounts from Item 4260-101-0001,
State Department of Health Care
Services, to this item to fund
the cost of the administrative
hearing process associated with
changes in aid or service
payments in the Medi-Cal
program. The Department of
Finance shall report to the
Legislature the amount to be
transferred pursuant to this
provision. The transfer shall be
authorized at the time the
report is made.


5180-001-0131--For support of Department of
Social Services, for payment to Item 5180-
001-0001, for claim payments and the
operation and maintenance of the Foster
Family Home and Small Family Home Insurance
Fund........................................ 2,136,000
Provisions:
1. The Department of Finance is
authorized to approve expenditures
from the unexpended balance
available from prior years'
appropriations in the Foster Family
Home and Small Family Home
Insurance Fund during the 2011-12
fiscal year, in those amounts made
necessary by increases in either
the payment of claims or the costs
of operating and maintaining the
Foster Family Home and Small Family
Home Insurance Fund, which are
within or in excess of amounts
appropriated in this act for that
year.
If the Department of Finance
determines that the estimate of
expenditures will exceed the
expenditures authorized for the
2011-12 fiscal year, the department
shall notify the Legislature. Upon
notification, the amount of the
appropriation made in this item
shall be increased by the amount of
such excess from the unexpended
balance available from prior
years' appropriations in the Foster
Family Home and Small Family Home
Insurance Fund.


5180-001-0270--For support of Department
of Social Services, payable from the
Technical Assistance Fund................. 22,091,000


5180-001-0271--For support of Department
of Social Services, payable from the
Certification Fund........................ 1,617,000


5180-001-0279--For support of Department
of Social Services, payable from the
Child Health and Safety Fund.............. 3,675,000


5180-001-0803--For support of Department
of Social Services, payable from the
State Children's Trust Fund............... 395,000


5180-001-0890--For support of Department
of Social Services, for payment to Item
5180-001-0001, payable from the Federal
Trust Fund................................. 378,169,000
Provisions:
1. The Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
federal funds from this item
to Item 5180-151-0890 in
order to allow counties to
perform the adoption program
functions and the facilities
evaluation function in the
Community Care Licensing
Division of the State
Department of Social Services.
2. Provision 5 of Item 5180-001-
0001 also applies to this item.


5180-011-0001--For transfer by the
Controller to the Foster Family Home and
Small Family Home Insurance Fund............ 1,140,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 5180-001-0131
also applies to this item.


5180-011-0279--For transfer by the
Controller from the Child Health and
Safety Fund to the State Children's Trust
Fund...................................... 102,000


5180-011-0890--For transfer by the
Controller from the Federal Trust Fund to
the Foster Family Home and Small Family
Home Insurance Fund......................... 996,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 5180-001-0131
also applies to this item.


5180-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services............ 2,891,807,000
Schedule:
(1) 16.30-CalWORKs...... 5,277,714,00
0
(2) 16.65-Other1,475,779,00
Assistance Payments. 0
(3) Reimbursements...... -3,778,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Emergency Food
Assistance Program
Fund (Item 5180-101-
0122)............... -522,000
(7) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5180-101- -3,847,992,0
0890)............... 00
(8) Amount payable from
the Child Support
Collections
Recovery Fund (Item
5180-101-8004)...... -9,394,000
Provisions:
1. (a) No funds appropriated in
this item shall be
encumbered unless every
rule or regulation
adopted and every all-
county letter issued by
the State Department of
Social Services that adds
to the costs of any
program is approved by
the Department of Finance
as to the availability of
funds before it becomes
effective. In making the
determination as to
availability of funds to
meet the expenditures of
a rule, regulation, or
all-county letter that
would increase the costs
of a program, the
Department of Finance
shall consider the amount
of the proposed increase
on an annualized basis,
the effect the change
would have on the
expenditure limitations
for the program set forth
in this act, the extent
to which the rule,
regulation, or all-county
letter constitutes a
deviation from the
premises under which the
expenditure limitations
were prepared, and any
additional factors
relating to the fiscal
integrity of the program
or the state's fiscal
situation.
(b) Notwithstanding Sections
28.00 and 28.50, the
availability of funds
contained in this item
for rules, regulations,
or all-county letters
that add to program costs
funded from the General
Fund in excess of
$500,000 on an annual
basis, including those
that are the result of a
federal regulation but
excluding those that are
(1) specifically required
as a result of the
enactment of a federal or
state law or (2)
included in the
appropriation made by
this act, shall not be
approved by the
Department of Finance
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing
to the chairpersons of
the committees in each
house of the Legislature
that consider
appropriations and the
Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget
Committee, or sooner than
such lesser time after
notification as the
chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her
designee, may in each
instance determine.
2. Notwithstanding Chapter 1
(commencing with Section 18000)
of Part 6 of Division 9 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code, a
loan not to exceed $500,000,000
shall be made available from the
General Fund, from funds not
otherwise appropriated, to cover
the federal share of costs of a
program or programs when the
federal funds have not been
received by this state prior to
the usual time for
transmitting that federal share
to the counties of this state.
This loan from the General Fund
shall be repaid when the federal
share of costs for the program
or programs becomes available.
3. The Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
amounts from this item to Item
5180-001-0001 in order to fund
the costs of the administrative
hearing process associated with
changes in aid payments in the
CalWORKs program.
4. (a) The Department of Finance
is authorized to approve
expenditures in those
amounts made necessary by
changes in either
caseload or payments,
including, but not
limited to, the timing of
federal payments, or
any rule or regulation
adopted and any all-
county letter issued as a
result of the enactment
of a federal or state
law, the adoption of a
federal regulation, or
the following of a court
decision, during the 2011-
12 fiscal year that are
within or in excess of
amounts appropriated in
this act for that year.
(b) If the Department of
Finance determines that
the estimate of
expenditures will exceed
the expenditures
authorized for this item,
the department shall so
report to the
Legislature. At the time
the report is made, the
amount of the
appropriation made in
this item shall be
increased by the amount
of the excess unless and
until otherwise provided
by law.
5. Nonfederal funds appropriated in
this item which have been
budgeted to meet the state's
Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families maintenance-of-effort
requirement established pursuant
to the federal Personal
Responsibility and Work
Opportunity Reconciliation Act
of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not
be expended in any way that
would cause their
disqualification as a federally
allowable maintenance-of-effort
expenditure.
6. In the event of declared
disaster and upon county
request, the State Department of
Social Services may act in the
place of any county and assume
direct responsibility for the
administration of eligibility
and grant determination. Upon
recommendation of the Director
of Social Services, the
Department of Finance may
authorize the transfer of funds
from this item and Item 5180-
101-0890, to Items 5180-001-0001
and 5180-001-0890, for this
purpose.
7. Pursuant to the Electronic
Benefit Transfer (EBT) Act
(Chapter 3 (commencing with
Section 10065) of Part 1 of
Division 9 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code) and in
accordance with the EBT System
regulations (Manual of Policies
and Procedures Section 16-
401.15), in the event a county
fails to reimburse the EBT
contractor for settlement of EBT
transactions made against the
county's cash assistance
programs, the state is required
to pay the contractor. The State
Department of Social Services
may use funds from this item to
reimburse the EBT contractor for
settlement on behalf of the
county. The county shall be
required to reimburse the
department for the county's
settlement via direct payment or
administrative offset.
8. Upon request of the Department
of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds between this item
and Item 5180-153-0001 as needed
to reflect the estimated
expenditure amounts for each
county that opts into the Title
IV-E Child Welfare Waiver
Demonstration Project pursuant
to Section 18260 of the Welfare
and Institutions Code. The
Department of Finance shall
report to the Legislature the
amount to be transferred
pursuant to this provision. The
transfer shall be authorized at
the time the report is made.
9. The Department of Finance is
authorized to approve
expenditures for the California
Food Assistance Program in those
amounts made necessary by
changes in the CalFresh Program
Standard Utility Allowance,
including those that result from
midyear Standard Utility
Allowance adjustments requested
by the state. If the Department
of Finance determines that the
estimate of expenditures will
exceed the expenditure authority
of this item, the department
shall so report to the
Legislature. At the time the
report is made, the amount of
the appropriation made in this
item shall be increased by the
amount of the excess unless and
until otherwise provided by law.


5180-101-0122--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-101-0001, payable
from the Emergency Food Assistance
Program Fund.............................. 522,000


5180-101-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-101-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 3,847,992,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1, 4, 6, 7, and 8
of Item 5180-101-0001 also
apply to this item.
2. The Director of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
amounts from this item to
Item 5180-001-0890 in order
to fund the costs of the
administrative hearing
process associated with
changes in aid payments in
the CalWORKs program.
3. For the purpose of broadening
access to federal Child and
Adult Care Food Program
benefits for low-income
children in proprietary child
care centers, the State
Department of Social Services
may transfer up to
$10,000,000 of the funds
appropriated in this item for
Program 16.30-- CalWORKs,
from the Temporary Assistance
for Needy Families (TANF)
block grant to the Social
Services Block Grant (Title
XX) pursuant to authorization
in the federal Personal
Responsibility and Work
Opportunity Reconciliation
Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193).
The Title XX funds shall be
pooled with TANF funds
appropriated in this item for
CalWORKs Child Care. This
transfer shall occur only if
the Director of Finance
approves the pooling of Title
XX funds with Child Care and
Development Fund or TANF
funds, or both.
4. Upon request of the State
Department of Social
Services, the Director of
Finance may increase or
decrease the expenditure
authority in this item to
offset any increases or
decreases in collections
deposited in the Child
Support Collections Recovery
Fund and appropriated in Item
5180-101-8004. The Department
of Finance shall provide
notification of the
adjustment to the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee
within 10 working days from
the date of Department of
Finance approval of the
adjustment.


5180-101-8004--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for payment
to Item 5180-101-0001, payable from the
Child Support Collections Recovery Fund..... 9,394,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon request by the State
Department of Social Services, the
Department of Finance may increase
or decrease this appropriation, for
the purposes of Section 17702.5 of
the Family Code. Adjustments to
expenditure authority shall be
consistent with those made pursuant
to Provision 4 of Item 5180-101-
0890. The Department of Finance
shall provide notification of the
adjustment to the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee within 10 working
days from the date of Department of
Finance approval of the adjustment.


5180-111-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services............ 4,054,574,000
Schedule:
(1) 16.70-SSI/SSP....... 2,733,622,00
0
(2) 25.15-IHSS.......... 5,087,859,00
0
(3) Reimbursements...... -3,766,907,0
00
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1 and 4 of Item 5180-
101-0001 also apply to this item.
2. Notwithstanding Chapter 1
(commencing with Section 18000)
of Part 6 of Division 9 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code, a
loan not to exceed $264,000,000
shall be made available from the
General Fund from funds not
otherwise appropriated, to cover
the federal share or
reimbursable share, or both, of
costs of a program or programs
when the federal funds or
reimbursements (from the Health
Care Deposit Fund or counties)
have not been received by this
state prior to the usual time
for transmitting payments for
the federal or reimbursable
share of costs for this state.
That loan from the General Fund
shall be repaid when the federal
share of costs for the
program or programs becomes
available, or in the case of
reimbursements, subject to
Section 16351 of the Government
Code. County reimbursements also
shall be subject to Section
16314 of the Government Code,
which specifies the rate of
interest. The State Department
of Social Services may offset a
county's share of cost of the In-
Home Supportive Services (IHSS)
program against local assistance
payments made to the county if
the county fails to reimburse
its share of cost of the IHSS
program to the state.
3. The State Department of Social
Services shall provide technical
assistance to counties to ensure
that they maximize the receipt
of federal funds for the IHSS
program, without compromising
the quality of the services
provided to IHSS recipients.
4. The Director of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
amounts from this item to Item
5180-001-0001 in order to fund
increased costs due to workload
associated with the retroactive
reimbursement of Medi-Cal
services for the IHSS program to
comply with Conlan v. Shewry
(2005) 131 Cal.App.4th 1354. The
Department of Finance shall
report to the Legislature the
amount to be transferred
pursuant to this provision and
the number of positions to be
established by the State
Department of Social Services.
The transfer shall be authorized
at the time the report is made.
The State Department of Social
Services shall review the
workload associated with the
Conlan v. Shewry decision during
the 2011-12 fiscal year and may
administratively establish
positions as the workload
requires.
5. The Director of Finance may
authorize the transfer of
amounts from this item to Item
5180-001-0001 in order to fund
the cost of the administrative
hearing process associated with
changes in aid or service
payments in the IHSS program.
The Department of Finance shall
report to the Legislature the
amount to be transferred
pursuant to this provision. The
transfer shall be authorized at
the time the report is made.


5180-141-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services............. 670,895,000
Schedule:
(1) 16.75-County
Administration and
Automation Projects. 1,637,416,000
(2) Reimbursements...... -58,127,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5180-141-
0890)............... -908,394,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Chapter 1
(commencing with Section 18000)
of Part 6 of Division 9 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code, a
loan not to exceed $127,000,000
shall be made available from the
General Fund, from funds not
otherwise appropriated, to cover
the federal share of costs of a
program when the federal funds
have not been received by this
state prior to the usual time for
transmitting that federal share
to the counties of this state.
This loan from the General Fund
shall be repaid when the federal
share of costs for the program or
programs becomes available.
2. In the event of declared disaster
and upon county request, the
State Department of Social
Services may act in the place of
any county and assume direct
responsibility for the
administration of eligibility and
grant determination. Upon
recommendation of the Director of
Social Services, the Department
of Finance may authorize the
transfer of funds from this item
and Item 5180-141-0890, to Items
5180-001-0001 and 5180-001-0890,
for this purpose.
3. Provision 1 of Item 5180-101-0001
also applies to this item.
4. Pursuant to public assistance
caseload estimates reflected in
the annual Governor's Budget, the
Department of Finance may approve
expenditures in those amounts
made necessary by changes in
caseload that are in excess of
amounts appropriated in this act.
If the Department of Finance
determines that the estimate of
expenditures will exceed the
expenditures authorized for this
item, the department shall so
report to the Legislature. At the
time the report is made, the
amount of the appropriation made
by this item shall be increased
by the amount of the excess
unless and until otherwise
provided by law.
5. Nonfederal funds appropriated in
this item which have been
budgeted to meet the state's
Temporary Assistance for Needy
Families maintenance-of-effort
requirement established pursuant
to the federal Personal
Responsibility and Work
Opportunity Reconciliation Act of
1996 (P.L. 104-193) may not be
expended in any way that would
cause their disqualification as a
federally allowable maintenance-
of-effort expenditure.
6. Section 11.00 shall apply to
contracts entered into for the
development and implementation of
the Consortium IV, Interim
Statewide Automated Welfare
System, Los Angeles Eligibility,
Automated Determination,
Evaluation, and Reporting, and
Welfare Client Data Systems
consortia of the Statewide
Automated Welfare System.
7. Upon request of the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds between this item
and Item 5180-153-0001 as needed
to reflect the estimated
expenditure amounts for each
county that opts into the Title
IV-E Child Welfare Waiver
Demonstration Project pursuant to
Section 18260 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. The
Department of Finance shall
report to the Legislature the
amount to be transferred pursuant
to this provision. The transfer
shall be authorized at the time
the report is made.


5180-141-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for payment
to Item 5180-141-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund......................... 908,394,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 2, 3, 4, 6, and 7
of Item 5180-141-0001 also
apply to this item.


5180-151-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services............... 676,076,000
Schedule:
(1) 25.30-Children and
Adult Services and
Licensing............ 2,059,603,000
(2) 25.35-Special
Programs............. 29,749,000
(3) Reimbursements....... -198,095,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Child Health and
Safety Fund (Item
5180-151-0279)....... -917,000
(8) Amount payable from
the State Children's
Trust Fund (Item
5180-151-0803)....... -3,600,000
(9) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5180-151- -1,206,664,00
0890)................ 0
(10) Amount payable from
the Child Welfare
Services Program
Improvement Fund
(Item 5180-151-8023). -4,000,000
Provisions:
1. Provision 1 of Item 5180-101-0001
also applies to this item.
2. Notwithstanding Chapter 1
(commencing with Section 18000) of
Part 6 of Division 9 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code, a
loan not to exceed $50,000,000
shall be made available from the
General Fund, from funds not
otherwise appropriated, to cover
the federal share of costs of a
program when the federal funds
have not been received by this
state prior to the usual time for
transmitting that federal share to
the counties of this state. That
loan from the General Fund shall
be repaid when the federal share
of costs for the program becomes
available.
3. The Department of Finance may
authorize the establishment of
positions and transfer of amounts
from this item to Item 5180-001-
0001, in order to allow the
state to perform the facilities
evaluation function of Community
Care Licensing in the event the
counties fail to perform that
function.
4. Nonfederal funds appropriated in
this item which have been budgeted
to meet the state's Temporary
Assistance for Needy Families
maintenance-of-effort requirement
established pursuant to the
federal Personal Responsibility
and Work Opportunity
Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L.
104-193) may not be expended in
any way that would cause their
disqualification as a federally
allowable maintenance-of-effort
expenditure.
5. The Department of Finance may
authorize the establishment of
positions and transfer of amounts
from this item to Item 5180-
001-0001 in order to allow the
state to perform the adoptions
function in the event that a
county notifies the State
Department of Social Services that
it intends to cease performing
that function.
6. (a) Of the amount appropriated
in this item, $56,070,000
shall be provided to
counties to fund
additional child welfare
services activities and
shall be allocated based
on child welfare services
caseload and county unit
costs. However, no county
shall receive less than
$100,000. These funds
shall be expressly
targeted for emergency
response, family
reunification, family
maintenance, and permanent
placement services and
shall be used to
supplement, and shall not
be used to supplant, child
welfare services funds. A
county is not required to
provide a match of the
funds received pursuant to
this provision if the
county appropriates the
required full match for
the county's child welfare
services program exclusive
of the funds received
pursuant to this
provision. These funds are
available only to counties
that have certified that
they are fully utilizing
the Child Welfare
Services/Case Management
System (CWS/CMS) or have
entered into an agreed-
upon plan with the State
Department of Social
Services outlining the
steps that will be taken
to achieve full
utilization. The
department shall
reallocate any funds that
counties choose not to
accept under this
provision, to other
counties based on the
allocation formula
specified in this
provision.
(b) The department, in
collaboration with the
County Welfare Directors
Association and
representatives from labor
groups representing social
workers, shall develop
the definition of full
utilization of the
CWS/CMS, the method for
measuring full
utilization, the process
for the state and counties
to work together to move
counties toward full
utilization, and
measurements of progress
toward full utilization.
7. The State Department of Social
Services shall consult with the
counties, children's advocates,
and current and former foster
youth in the development and
implementation of permanency and
youth services initiatives.
8. Upon request by the Department of
Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds between this item
and Item 5180-153-0001 as needed
to reflect the estimated
expenditure amounts for each
county that opts into the
Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver
Demonstration Project pursuant to
Section 18260 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code. The Department
of Finance shall report to the
Legislature the amount to be
transferred pursuant to this
provision. The transfer shall be
authorized at the time the report
is made.


5180-151-0279--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-151-0001, payable
from the Child Health and Safety Fund..... 917,000


5180-151-0803--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-151-0001, payable
from the State Children's Trust Fund...... 3,600,000


5180-151-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for
payment to Item 5180-151-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 1,206,664,000
Provisions:
1. Provisions 1, 3, 5, 6, and 8
of Item 5180-151-0001 also
apply to this item.


5180-151-8023--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for payment
to Item 5180-151-0001, payable from the
Child Welfare Services Program Improvement
Fund........................................ 4,000,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, upon request by the
Department of Social Services, the
Department of Finance may increase
or decrease the expenditure
authority in this item, for the
purposes of Section 16524 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code, not
sooner than 30 days after
notification in writing is provided
to the Chairperson of the Joint
Legislative Budget Committee and
the chairpersons of the committees
in each house of the Legislature
that consider appropriations,
unless the chairperson of the joint
committee, or his or her designee,
imposes a lesser time.


5180-153-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services............. 334,036,000
Schedule:
(1) 26-Title IV-E
Waiver.............. 846,940,000
(4) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5180-153-
0890)............... -512,904,000
Provisions:
1. Upon request by the Department
of Finance, the Controller shall
transfer funds between this item
and Items 5180-101-0001, 5180-
141-0001, and 5180-151-0001 as
needed to reflect the
estimated expenditure amounts
for each county that opts into
the Title IV-E Child Welfare
Waiver Demonstration Project
pursuant to Section 18260 of the
Welfare and Institutions Code.
In addition, funds appropriated
in this item may also be
transferred to Item 5180-151-
0001 for the Child Welfare
Services Outcome Improvement
Project. The Department of
Finance shall report to the
Legislature the amount to be
transferred pursuant to this
provision. The transfer is
authorized at the time the
report is made.


5180-153-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Social Services, for payment
to Item 5180-153-0001, payable from the
Federal Trust Fund......................... 512,904,000
Provisions:
1. Upon request by the Department
of Finance, the Controller
shall transfer funds between
this item and Items 5180-
101-0890, 5180-141-0890, and
5180-151-0890 as needed to
reflect the estimated
expenditure amounts for each
county that opts into the
Title IV-E Child Welfare
Waiver Demonstration Project
pursuant to Section 18260 of
the Welfare and Institutions
Code. In addition, funds
appropriated in this item may
also be transferred to Item
5180-151-0890 for the Child
Welfare Services Outcome
Improvement Project. The
Department of Finance shall
report to the Legislature the
amount to be transferred
pursuant to this provision.
The transfer shall be
authorized at the time the
report is made.


5180-402--Upon request from the State
Department of Education, and upon
approval by the Director of Finance, the
State Department of Social Services is
authorized to transfer up to $10,000,000
from the federal Temporary Assistance for
Needy Families (TANF) block grant to the
Social Services Block Grant (Title XX)
pursuant to authorization in the federal
Personal Responsibility and Work
Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996
(P.L. 104-193). These funds shall be
provided to the State Department of
Education, to be pooled with moneys in
the Child Care and Development Fund,
TANF, or both, for the purpose of
broadening access to federal Child and
Adult Care Food Program benefits for low-
income children in proprietary child
care centers. In the event Title XX funds
are provided to the State Department of
Education pursuant to this provision, the
State Department of Education shall
comply with all Title XX regulations and
reporting requirements. The Department of
Finance shall provide written
notification to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee at the
time of the transfer.


5180-490--Reappropriation, Department of
Social Services. The balances of
appropriations provided for in the following
citations are reappropriated for the purposes
and subject to the limitations, unless
otherwise specified, provided in the
appropriations and shall be available,
pursuant to Section 18260 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code, for encumbrance or
expenditure until June 30, 2012:
0001-- General Fund
(1) Item 5180-153-0001, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) Item 5180-153-0001, Budget Act of 2009
(Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
0890-- Federal Trust Fund
(1) Item 5180-153-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) Item 5180-153-0890, Budget Act of
2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as
revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex.
Sess.)
Provisions:
1. Funds allocated to counties for the
Title IV-E Child Welfare Waiver
Demonstration Project in accordance
with Section 18260 of the Welfare and
Institutions Code, but unexpended as
of June 30, 2011, shall be
reappropriated for transfer to and
augmentation of the corresponding
items in this act.


5180-491--Reappropriation, Department of
Social Services. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the balances of the funds
for the appropriations provided in the
following citations are reappropriated for
expenditure pursuant to Provision 1 and are
available for encumbrance or expenditure until
June 30, 2012:
0001-- General Fund
(1) Item 5180-111-0001, Budget Act of
2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) Item 5180-141-0001, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(3) Item 5180-151-0001, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
0890-- Federal Trust Fund
(1) Item 5180-141-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
(2) Item 5180-151-0890, Budget Act of 2010
(Ch. 712, Stats. 2010)
Provisions:
1. It is the intent of this item to
continue funding approved activities
for the automation projects that, due
to schedule changes, result in
unexpended appropriations one year and
the need for additional funding in the
following year. Therefore,
notwithstanding any other provision of
law, the balance of the appropriations
for these automation projects may,
upon approval of the Department of
Finance, be reappropriated for
transfer to and in augmentation of the
corresponding items in this act.
The funds reappropriated by this
provision shall be made available
consistent with the amount approved by
the Department of Finance based on an
approved special project report or
equivalent document not sooner than 30
days after providing notification in
writing to the chairpersons of the
fiscal committees of each house of the
Legislature and the Chairperson of the
Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION


5225-001-0001--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation......... 6,182,552,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Administration...... 367,591,000
(2) 15-Corrections
Standards Authority. 9,723,000
(3) 20-Juvenile
Operations and
Juvenile Offender
Programs............ 152,296,000
(4) 21-Juvenile
Academic and
Vocational
Education........... 12,382,000
(5) 22-Juvenile Parole
Operations.......... 18,953,000
(6) 23-Juvenile Health
Care................ 58,694,000
(7) 25-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations-- 2,444,680,00
General Security.... 0
(8) 26-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations--
Security Overtime... 105,391,000
(9) 27-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations-- Inmate 1,375,233,00
Support............. 0
(10) 28-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations--
Contracted
Facilities.......... 313,814,000
(11) 29-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations--
Institution
Administration...... 364,924,000
(12) 30-Parole
Operations-- Adult
Supervision......... 457,131,000
(13) 31-Parole
Operations-- Adult
Community Based
Programs............ 139,355,000
(14) 32-Parole
Operations-- Adult
Administration...... 112,985,000
(15) 35-Board of Parole
Hearings-- Adult
Hearings............ 104,207,000
(16) 36-Board of Parole
Hearings--
Administration...... 7,300,000
(17) 45-Adult Education,
Vocation and
Offender Programs--
Adult Education..... 101,940,000
(18) 46-Adult Education,
Vocation and
Offender Programs--
Adult Substance
Abuse Programs...... 141,001,000
(19) 47-Adult Education,
Vocation and
Offender Programs--
Adult Inmate

Activities.......... 65,857,000
(20) 48-Adult Education,
Vocation and
Offender Programs--
Adult
Administration...... 31,010,000
(21) Reimbursements...... -128,139,000
(22) Amount payable from
the Corrections
Training Fund (Item
5225-001-0170)...... -2,697,000
(23) Amount payable from
the Federal Trust
Fund (Item 5225-001-
0890)............... -6,225,000
(24) Amount payable from
the Inmate Welfare
Fund of the
Department of
Corrections (Item
5225-001-0917)...... -64,854,000
Provisions:
1. Any funds recovered as a result
of audits of locally operated
return-to-custody centers shall
revert to the General Fund.
2. When contracting with counties
for vacant jail beds for any
inmate under the jurisdiction of
the Secretary of the Department
of Corrections and
Rehabilitation, the department
shall not reimburse counties
more than the average amount it
costs the state to provide the
same services in comparable
state institutions. This
restriction shall not apply to
any existing contract, but shall
apply to the extension or
renewal of that contract. In
addition, the total operational
cost of incarcerating state
inmates in leased county jail
beds (which includes state
costs, but is exclusive of one-
time and capital outlay costs)
shall not exceed the
department's average cost for
operating comparable
institutions.
3. Not later than 60 days following
enactment of this act, and
subsequently on February 10 and
upon release of the May
Revision, the Secretary of the
Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation shall submit to
the Director of Finance the Post
Assignment Schedule for each
adult institution, reconciled to
budgeted authority and
consistent with approved
programs, along with allotments
consistent with the reconciled
Post Assignment Schedule for
each adult institution. The
report shall include the dates
for which each allotment was
submitted to the institutions
and the date each institution
acknowledged receiving its
allotments.
4. Not later than 75 days following
enactment of this act, and
subsequently on March 1, and two
weeks after the release of the
May Revision, the Secretary
of the Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation shall submit
a report to the Director of
Finance and the chairpersons and
vice chairpersons of the
committees in both houses of the
Legislature that consider the
State Budget detailing how each
adult institution's expenditures
are tracking compared to its
approved allotments. If any
adult institution's expenditures
are trending above the
allotments provided to it, the
Secretary of the Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation
shall detail the reasons why the
institution is spending at a
level above its allotments and
list the actions the department
is undertaking in order to align
expenditures with approved
allotments.
5. Not later than February 17,
2012, the Secretary of the
Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation shall submit to
the chairpersons and vice
chairpersons of the committees
in both houses of the
Legislature that consider the
State Budget, the Director of
the Department of Finance, and
to the Legislative Analyst's
Office an operating budget for
each of the correctional
facilities under the control of
the department. Specifically,
the report shall include: (a)
yearend expenditures by program
for each institution in the 2010-
11 fiscal year, (b) allotments
and projected expenditures by
program for each institution in
the 2011-12 fiscal year, (c) the
number of authorized and vacant
positions, estimated overtime
budget, estimated benefits
budget, and operating expense
and equipment budget for each
institution, and (d) a list of
all capital outlay projects
occurring or projected to occur
during the 2011-12 fiscal year.
6. Funds appropriated to
accommodate projected adult
institutional and parolee
population levels in excess of
those that actually materialize,
if any, shall revert to the
General Fund.
7. The funds appropriated in
Schedules (13), (17), and (18)
shall be used only to support
the provision of inmate and
parolee rehabilitation and
recidivism reduction programs.
Any funds appropriated in those
schedules that are unspent at
the end of the 2011-12 fiscal
year shall revert to the General
Fund.
8. Upon order of the Director of
Finance, the authority provided
in this item may be transferred
to Item 5225-005-0001 in order
to fund unanticipated legal work
performed by the Attorney
General.


5225-001-0170--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation, for
payment to Item 5225-001-0001, payable
from the Corrections Training Fund........ 2,697,000


5225-001-0890--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation, for
payment to Item 5225-001-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 6,225,000


5225-001-0917--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation, for
payment to Item 5225-001-0001, payable
from the Inmate Welfare Fund of the
Department of Corrections................. 64,854,000


5225-002-0001--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation........ 2,333,315,000
Schedule:
(1) 10-Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Administration...... 8,378,000
(2) 25-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations--
General Security.... 281,960,000
(3) 50.10-Medical 1,321,189,00
Services-- Adult.... 0
(4) 50.20-Dental
Services-- Adult.... 164,122,000
(5) 50.30-Mental Health
Services-- Adult.... 384,469,000
(6) 50.40-Ancillary
Health Care
Services-- Adult.... 127,199,000
(7) 50.50-Dental and
Mental Health
Services
Administration--
Adult............... 48,269,000
(8) Reimbursements...... -2,271,000
Provisions:
1. On February 14, 2006, the United
States District Court in the
case of Plata v. Schwarzenegger
(No. C01-1351 THE) suspended the
exercise by the Secretary of the
Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation of all powers
related to the administration,
control, management, operation,
and financing of the California
prison medical health care
system. The court ordered that
all such powers vested in the
Secretary of the Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation
were to be performed by a
Receiver appointed by the court
commencing April 17, 2006, until
further order of the court. The
Director of the Division of
Correctional Health Care
Services of the Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation
is to administer this item to
the extent directed by the
Receiver.
2. Notwithstanding any other
provision of law, the Department
of Corrections and
Rehabilitation is not required
to competitively bid for health
services contracts in cases
where contracting experience or
history indicates that only one
qualified bid will be received.
3. Notwithstanding Section 13324 of
the Government Code or Section
32.00 of this act, no state
employee shall be held
personally liable for any
expenditure or the creation of
any indebtedness in excess of
the amounts appropriated
therefor as a result of
complying with the directions of
the Receiver or orders of the
United States District Court in
Plata v. Schwarzenegger.
4. The amounts appropriated in
Schedules (3) and (6) are
available for expenditure by the
Receiver appointed by the Plata
v. Schwarzenegger court to carry
out its mission to deliver
constitutionally adequate
medical care to inmates.
5. The amounts appropriated in
Schedules (2), (4), (5), and (7)
are available for expenditure by
the Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation to provide
mental health, dental, and
access to care services only.
Health Care Access Units will be
maintained by the Receiver until
compliance assessments
demonstrate to the Receiver that
institutions have the ability to
provide appropriate access to
care on an ongoing basis.


5225-003-0001--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation, for
rental payments on lease-revenue bonds.... 234,341,000
Schedule:
(1) Base Rental and
Fees................ 232,777,000
(2) Insurance........... 1,565,000
(3) Reimbursements...... -1,000
Provisions:
1. The Controller shall transfer
funds appropriated in this item
for base rental, fees, and
insurance as and when provided
for in the schedule submitted by
the State Public Works Board or
the Department of Finance.
Notwithstanding the payment
dates in any related Facility
Lease or Indenture, the schedule
may provide for an earlier
transfer of funds to ensure debt
requirements are met and base
rental payments are paid in full
when due.
2. This item may contain
adjustments pursuant to Section
4.30 that are not currently
reflected. Any adjustments to
this item shall be reported to
the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee pursuant to Section
4.30.


5225-004-0001--For support of Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation................ 531,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Corrections Standards
Authority................... 1,516,000
(2) Reimbursements.............. -12,000
(3) Amount payable from the
Federal Trust Fund (Item
5225-004-0890).............. -973,000


5225-004-0890--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation, for
payment to Item 5225-004-0001, payable
from the Federal Trust Fund............... 973,000


5225-005-0001--For support of Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation.......... 40,405,000
Provisions:
1. The amount appropriated in
this item shall be used to
reimburse the Department of
Justice for legal services
provided during the 2011-12
fiscal year.
2. In addition to the amount
appropriated in this item,
upon order of the Director of
Finance, any non-General Fund
Budget Act item for support of
the Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation may be
augmented to reimburse the
Department of Justice for
legal services. No
augmentation shall be made
sooner than 30 days after the
Joint Legislative Budget
Committee has been notified in
writing.


5225-011-0001--For support of Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation (Proposition
98)........................................... 27,311,000
Schedule:
(1) 21-Juvenile Academic
and Vocational
Education.............. 27,311,000


5225-101-0001--For local assistance,
Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. 74,184,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Corrections
Standards Authority... 835,000
(2) 20-Juvenile
Operations and
Juvenile Offender
Programs.............. 78,000
(3) 22-Juvenile Parole
Operations............ 1,403,000
(4) 25.15.010-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations--
Transportation of
Prisoners............. 278,000
(5) 25.15.020-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations-- Return
of Fugitives from
Justice............... 2,593,000
(6) 25.30-Adult
Corrections and
Rehabilitation
Operations-- County
Charges............... 19,651,000
(7) 31-Parole Operations-
- Adult Community
Based Programs........ 49,346,000
Provisions:
1. The amounts appropriated in
Schedules (4), (5), (6), and (7)
are provided for the following
purposes:
(a) To pay the transportation
costs of prisoners to and
between state prisons,
including the return of
parole violators to prison
and for the conveying of
persons under provisions
of Division 3 (commencing
with Section 3000) of the
Welfare and Institutions
Code and the Western
Interstate Corrections
Compact (Section 11190 of
the Penal Code), in
accordance with Section
26749 of the Government
Code. Claims filed by
local jurisdictions shall
be filed within six months
after the end of the month
in which those
transportation costs are
incurred. Expenditures
shall be charged to either
the fiscal year in which
the claim is received by
the Controller or the
fiscal year in which the
warrant is issued by the
Controller. Claims filed
by local jurisdictions
directly with the
Controller may be paid
by the Controller.
(b) To pay the expenses of
returning fugitives from
justice from outside the
state, in accordance with
Sections 1389, 1549, and
1557 of the Penal Code.
Claims filed by local
jurisdictions shall be
filed within six months
after the end of the month
in which expenses are
incurred. Expenditures
shall be charged to either
the fiscal year in which
the claim is received by
the Controller or the
fiscal year in which the
warrant is issued by the
Controller, and any
restitution received by
the state for those
expenses shall be credited
to the appropriation of
the year in which the
Controller's receipt is
issued. Claims filed by
local jurisdictions
directly with the
Controller may be paid by
the Controller.
(c) To pay county charges,
payable under Sections
4700.1, 4750 to 4755,
inclusive, and 6005 of the
Penal Code. Claims shall
be filed by local
jurisdictions within six
months after the end of
the month in which a
service is performed by
the coroner, a hearing is
held on the return of a
writ of habeas corpus, the
district attorney declines
to prosecute a case
referred by the Department
of Corrections and
Rehabilitation, a judgment
is rendered for a court
hearing or trial, an
appeal ruling is rendered
for the trial judgment, or
an activity is performed
as permitted by these
sections. Expenditures
shall be charged to either
the fiscal year in which
the claim is received by
the Controller or the
fiscal year in which the
warrant is issued by the
Controller. Claims filed
by local jurisdictions
directly with the
Controller may be paid by
the Controller.
(d) To reimburse counties for
the cost of detaining
state parolees pursuant to
Section 4016.5 of the
Penal Code. Claims shall
be filed by local
jurisdictions within six
months after the end of
the month in which the
costs are incurred. Claims
filed by local
jurisdictions may not
include booking fees, may
not recover detention
costs in excess of $77.17
per day, and shall be
limited to the detention
costs for those days on
which parolees are held
subject only to a
Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation request
pursuant to subdivision
(b) of Section 4016.5 of
the Penal Code.
Expenditures shall be
charged to either the
fiscal year in which the
claim is received by the
Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation or the
fiscal year in which the
warrant is issued.
2. The amounts appropriated in
Schedules (2) and (3) are provided
for the following purposes:
(a) To pay the transportation
costs of persons committed
to the Department of
Corrections and
Rehabilitation to or
between its facilities,
including the return of
parole violators, provided
that expenditures made
under this item shall be
charged to either the
fiscal year in which the
claim is received by the
Controller or the fiscal
year in which the warrant
is issued by the
Controller. However,
claims shall be filed by
local jurisdictions within
six months after the end
of the month in which the
costs are incurred.
(b) To reimburse counties,
pursuant to Section 1776
of the Welfare and
Institutions Code, for the
cost of the detention of
the Department of
Corrections and
Rehabilitation parolees
who are detained on
alleged parole violations,
provided that expenditures
made under this item shall
be charged to either the
fiscal year in which the
claim is received by the
Controller or the fiscal
year in which the warrant
is issued by the
Controller. However,
claims shall be filed by
local jurisdictions within
six months after the end
of the month in which the
costs are incurred.


5225-101-0170--For local assistance,
Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation,
payable from the Corrections Training Fund.... 19,465,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Corrections
Standards Authority.... 19,465,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, any city, county, or city
and county that desires to receive
state aid pursuant to this
provision shall make application to
the Corrections Standards Authority
for such aid. The initial
application shall be accompanied by
a certified copy of an ordinance
adopted by the governing body
providing that, while receiving any
state aid pursuant to this
provision, the city, county, or
city and county will adhere to the
standards for selection and
training established by the
authority. The application
shall contain such information as
the authority may require.
2. The Corrections Standards Authority
shall annually allocate and the
Treasurer shall periodically pay
from the Corrections Training Fund,
at intervals specified by the
authority, to each city, county, or
city and county that has applied
and qualified for aid pursuant to
this item an amount determined by
the authority pursuant to standards
set forth in its regulations. In no
event shall any allocation be made
to any city, county, or city and
county that is not adhering to the
selection and training standards
established by the authority as
applicable to such city, county, or
city and county.


5225-104-0890--For local assistance,
Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation,
payable from the Federal Trust Fund........... 22,224,000
Schedule:
(1) 15-Corrections
Standards
Authority.............. 22,224,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation may
provide advance payment of up to 25
percent of grant funds awarded to
community-based, nonprofit
organizations, cities, school
districts, counties, and other
units of local government that have
demonstrated cashflow problems
according to the criteria set forth
by the Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation.


5225-301-0001--For capital outlay,
Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation, payable from the General
Fund......................................... 8,045,000
Schedule:
(1) 61.01.001-Statewide:
Budget Packages and
Advance Planning-- Study... 750,000
(2) 61.14.030-Minor Projects... 1,195,000
(3) 61.34.004-Ironwood State
Prison, Blythe: Heating,
Ventilation, and Air
Conditioning System--
Working drawings........... 6,100,000
Provisions:
1. The funds appropriated in Schedule
(1) are to be allocated by the
Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation, upon approval by the
Department of Finance, to develop
design and cost information for new
projects for which funds have not
been previously appropriated, but
for which preliminary plan funds,
working drawings funds, or working
drawings and construction funds are
expected to be included in the
Budget Act of 2012 or 2013, and for
which cost estimates or preliminary
plans can be developed prior to
legislative hearings on the Budget
Act of 2012 or 2013, respectively.
Upon approval by the Department of
Finance, these funds may also be
used to develop scope and cost
information for projects authorized
by Section 15819.40 of the
Government Code. These funds may be
used for all of the following:
budget package development,
environmental services,
architectural programming,
engineering assessments, schematic
design, and preliminary plans. The
amount appropriated in this item for
these purposes is not to be
construed as a commitment by the
Legislature as to the amount of
capital outlay funds it will
appropriate in any future year.
Before using these funds for
preliminary plans, the Department of
Corrections and Rehabilitation shall
provide a 20-day notification to the
Chairperson of the Joint Legislative
Budget Committee, the chairpersons

of the respective fiscal committee
of each house of the Legislature,
and the legislative members of the
State Public Works Board, discussing
the scope, cost, and future
implications of the use of funds for
preliminary plans.
2. As used in this appropriation,
studies shall include site studies
and suitability reports,
environmental studies, master
planning, architectural programming,
and schematics.
3. The Department of Corrections and
Rehabilitation shall report to, in
writing, the chairpersons of the
committees in each house of the
Legislature that consider
appropriations and the Chairperson
of the Joint Legislative Budget
Committee by May 1, 2012, on the
reconciliation of the funds
appropriated in Schedule (2).


5225-301-0660--For capital outlay, Department
of Corrections and Rehabilitation, payable
from the Public Buildings Construction Fund...0
Schedule:
(1) 61.12.027-San Quentin State
Prison: Condemned Inmate
Complex--Preliminary plans,
working drawings, and
construction................. 0
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding any other provision
of law, the Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation shall not encumber
or expend funds for the San Quentin
Condemned Inmate Complex project, as
authorized in the Budget Act of 2003
(Ch. 157, Stats. 2003) and the Budget
Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats.
2008), until the following conditions
have been met: (a) the department
determines it can legally double-cell
condemned inmates and (b) a final
decision of the United States Supreme
Court has been rendered in Brown v.
Plata (U.S. Supreme Court Docket No.
09-1233) regarding prison
overcrowding.


5225-491--Reappropriation, Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation. The balances of the
appropriations provided in the following citations
are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to
the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided
for in the appropriations:
0660-- Public Buildings Construction Fund
(1) Item 5225-301-0660, Budget Act of 2008
(Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008)
(.5) 61.10.101-California Men's
Colony, San Luis Obispo:
Central Kitchen Replacement--
Working drawings and
construction


5225-495--Reversion, Department of Corrections
and Rehabilitation. As of June 30, 2011, the
balances specified below of the appropriations
provided in the following citations shall
revert to the balances in the funds from which
the appropriations were made:
0001--General Fund
(1) $8,045,000 from subdivision (a) of
Section 28 of Chapter 7 of the
Statutes of 2007

EDUCATION


6110-001-0001--For support of Department of
Education................................... 34,045,000
Schedule:
(2) 20-Instructional
Support............... 127,549,000
(3) 30-Special Programs... 50,392,000
(4) 40-Executive
Management and
Special Services...... 9,444,000
(6) 42.01-Department
Management and
Special Services...... 33,988,000
(7) 42.02-Distributed
Department Management
and Special Services.. -33,988,000
(8) Reimbursements........ -15,719,000
(9) Amount payable from
Federal Trust Fund
(Item 6110-001-0890).. -137,496,000
(10) Amount payable from
Mental Health
Services Fund (Item
6110-001-3085)........ -125,000
Provisions:
1. Notwithstanding Section 33190 of
the Education Code or any other
provision of law, the State
Department of Education shall
expend no funds to prepare (a) a
statewide summary of pupil
performance on school district
proficiency assessments or (b) a
compilation of information on
private schools with five or fewer
pupils.
2. Funds appropriated in this item
may be expended or encumbered to
make one or more payments under a
personal services contract of a
visiting educator pursuant to
Section 19050.8 of the Government
Code, a long-term special
consultant services contract, or
an employment contract between an
entity that is not a state agency
and a person who is under the
direct or daily supervision of
a state agency, only if all of the
following conditions are met:
(a) The person providing
service under the contract
provides full financial
disclosure to the Fair
Political Practices
Commission in accordance
with the rules and
regulations of the
Commission.
(b) The service provided under
the contract does not
result in the displacement
of any represented civil
service employee.
(c) The rate of
compensation for salary
and health benefits for
the person providing
service under the contract
does not exceed by more
than 10 percent the
current rate of
compensation for salary
and health benefits
determined by the
Department of Personnel
Administration for civil
service personnel in a
comparable position. The
payment of any other
compensation or any
reimbursement for travel
or per diem expenses shall
be in accordance with the
State Administrative
Manual and the rules and
regulations of the
California Victim
Compensation and
Government Claims Board.
3. The funds appropriated in this
item may not be expended for any
REACH program.
4. The funds appropriated in this
item may not be expended for the
development or dissemination of
program advisories, including, but
not limited to, program advisories
on the subject areas of reading,
writing, and mathematics, unless
explicitly authorized by the State
Board of Education.
5. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, $206,000 shall be available
as matching funds for the
Department of Rehabilitation to
provide coordinated services to
disabled pupils. Expenditure of
the funds shall be identified in
the memorandum of understanding or
other written agreement with the
Department of Rehabilitation to
ensure an appropriate match to
federal vocational rehabilitation
funds.
6. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, no less than $1,973,000 is
available for support of child
care services, including state
preschool.
7. By October 31 of each year, the
State Department of Education
(SDE) shall provide to the
Department of Finance a file of
all charter school average daily
attendance (ADA) and state and
local revenue associated with
charter school general purpose
entitlements as part of the P2
Revenue Limit File. By March 1 of
each year, the SDE shall provide
to the Department of Finance a
file of all charter school ADA and
state and local revenue associated
with charter school general
purpose entitlements as part of
the P1 Revenue Limit File. It is
the expectation that such reports
will be provided annually.
8. On or before April 15 of each
year, the State Department of
Education (SDE) shall provide to
the Department of Finance an
electronic file that includes
complete district- and county-
level state appropriations limit
information reported to the SDE.
The SDE shall make every effort to
ensure that all districts have
submitted the necessary
information requested on the
relevant reporting forms.
9. The State Department of Education
shall make information available
to the Department of Finance, the
Legislative Analyst's Office, and
the budget committees of each
house of the Legislature by
October 31, March 31, and May 31
of each year regarding the amount
of Proposition 98 savings
estimated to be available for
reversion by June 30 of that
year.
10. Of the reimbursement funds
appropriated in this item,
$2,000,000 shall be available to
the State Department of Education
for nutrition education and
physical activity promotion
pursuant to an interagency
agreement with the State
Department of Public Health.
11. The report required by Section
60800 of the Education Code for
the physical performance test is
not required to be printed and
mailed, but shall be compiled and
reported electronically.
12. Reimbursement expenditures
pursuant to this item resulting
from the imposition by the State
Department of Education (SDE) of a
commercial copyright fee may not
be expended sooner than 30 days
after the SDE submits to the
Department of Finance a legal
opinion affirming the authority to
impose such fees and the arguments
supporting that position against
any objections or legal challenges
to the fee filed with the SDE. Any
funds received pursuant to
imposition of a commercial
copyright fee may only be expended
as necessary for outside counsel
contingent on a certification of
the Superintendent of Public
Instruction that sufficient
expertise is not available within
departmental legal staff. The SDE
shall not expend greater than
$300,000 for such purposes without
first notifying the Department of
Finance of the necessity therefor,
and upon receiving approval in
writing.
13. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, $181,000 and 2.0 positions
are provided for the California
Career Resource Network Program.
14. Of the amount appropriated in this
item, $139,000 from reimbursement
funds may be expended for
administering the Education
Technology K-12 Voucher Program
pursuant to the Microsoft
settlement.
15. Of the funds appropriated in this
item, up to $1,011,000 is for
dispute resolution services,
including mediation and fair
hearing services, provided through
contract for special education
programs.
16. Of the reimbursement funds
appropriated in this item,
$422,000 shall be available to the
State Department of Education
(SDE) to contract for assistance
in developing an approved listing
of food and beverage items that
comply with the nutrition
standards of Chapters 235 and 237
of the Statutes of 2005. In order
to fund the development and
maintenance of the approved
product listing, the SDE shall
collect a fee, as it deems
appropriate, from vendors seeking
to have their products reviewed
for potential placement on the
approved product listing.
Reimbursements collected in the
2010-11 fiscal year may be used to
offset costs incurred in the 2008-
09 and 2009-10 fiscal years.
17. Of the funds appropriated in
Schedule (2), up to $541,000 is
for transfer by the Controller
to the State Instructional
Materials Fund for allocation
during the 2011-12 fiscal year
pursuant to Article 3 (commencing
with Section 60240) of Chapter 2
of Part 33 of Division 4 of Title
2 of the Education Code.
These funds shall be transferred
in amounts claimed by the State
Department of Education (SDE), for
direct disbursement by the SDE
from the Instructional Materials
Fund.
18. Of the reimbursement funds
appropriated in Schedule (8),
$138,000 is for purposes of
overseeing State Board of
Education-approved charter schools.
19. Of the reimbursement funds
appropriated in this item,
$474,000 is provided to the State
Department of Education for the
oversight of State Board of
Education-authorized charter
schools. The Department of Finance
may administratively establish up
to 2.0 positions for this purpose
as workload materializes.


6110-001-0140--For support of Department
of Education, Program 20.10.055-
Instructional Support, Environmental
Education, payable from the California
Environmental License Plate Fund, for
purposes of Section 21190 of t