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2013DEF-20121114_Projected FY 13 Agency Deficiencies as of November 14, 2012

2013DEF-20121114_Projected FY 13 Agency Deficiencies as of November 14, 2012

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The following is provided to help Appropriations Committee members understand the level of

deficiency funding needed for the current year.

The Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA) is currently projecting $220.5 million in General

Fund and $0.9 million in Transportation Fund state agency funding shortfalls. This

differs from the Office of Policy and Management's (OPM’s) projection of $190.9 million

by a total of $30.5 million. The table below shows the level of funding needed by

agencies as projected by OFA and OPM.



The following is provided to help Appropriations Committee members understand the level of

deficiency funding needed for the current year.

The Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA) is currently projecting $220.5 million in General

Fund and $0.9 million in Transportation Fund state agency funding shortfalls. This

differs from the Office of Policy and Management's (OPM’s) projection of $190.9 million

by a total of $30.5 million. The table below shows the level of funding needed by

agencies as projected by OFA and OPM.

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OFFICE OF FISCAL ANALYSIS
Room 5200, Legislative Office Building
Hartford, CT 06106 ● (860) 240
-0200E-Mail: ofa@cga.ct.gov
FY 13 Projected Deficiencies
Prepared for the Appropriations Committee Hearing
November 14, 2012
 
 
 
OFA STAFF
 
 Alan Calandro, Directo
Christine Ashburn, Section Chief  Michael Murphy, Section Chief 
Evelyn Arnold, Analyst IIEconomic Development, Housing, Culture and Tourism, ResultsBased AccountabilityDon Chaffee, Principal AnalystBudget Information System - Data Coordinator, DAS, StatewidePersonnel, State ComptrollerWilliam Lederman, Associate Analyst Budget Information System, Income Tax ModelingLinda Miller, Principal Analyst Treasurer, Debt Service, Bonding, Construction ServicesChris Wetzel, Associate AnalystTax Policy & Revenue Analysis, Dept. of Revenue Services,Spending Cap
Chris Perillo, Section Chief 
Neil Ayers, Principal AnalystDept. of Social Services, UConn Health Center, Office of HealthCare Advocate, Department of InsuranceDan Dilworth, Analyst IOffice of Government Accountability, Governor, Lt. Governor,Secretary of the State, Comm. on Human Rights & Opportunities,Dept. of LaborMarcy Picano, Associate AnalystEnvironment, Agriculture, Legislative Agencies, AgricultureExperiment StationKyle Rhude, Associate Analyst
Office of Policy & Mgmt., Grants to Towns (PILOTS, Pequot),
Energy Issues/Energy Funds, Consumer Counsel, MunicipalFunds
 Rob Wysock, Section Chief 
Anne Bordieri, Analyst I Transportation Fund, Motor Vehicles, Dept. of Transportation Jonathan Palmer, Analyst IICorrections, Emergency Services & Public Protection, Military,Veterans’ Affairs, Soldiers, Sailors, & Marines’Phoenix Ronan, Associate Analyst Criminal Justice, Judicial, Public Defender, ProbateEmily Shepard, Associate AnalystDept. of Social Services, Mental Health and Addiction Services,Psychiatric Security Review Board, Federal FundsHolly Williams, Analyst II Dept. of Social Servi
ces (Health Care), State Employee Fringe
Benefits, Workers’ Compensation
Administrative Staff
Laurie L. Wysock, Sr. Executive SecretaryTheresa Kelly, Senior Legislative SecretaryLisa Kiro, Staff Assistant/Fiscal Note Coordinator
Legislative Office Building, Room 5200, Hartford, CT 06106
Phone: (860) 240
Sarah Bourne, Principal AnalystElementary Education, Office of Higher Education, TownEducation GrantsChristina Gellman, Principal AnalystDept. of Developmental Services, Teachers’ Retirement, Bureau ofRehabilitative Services, Results Based AccountabilityAlan Shepard, Principal AnalystBoard of Regents for Higher Education, UConn, Banking,Consumer Protection, Attorney GeneralRachel Welch, Associate AnalystChildren and Families, Public Health, Medical Examiner, TobaccoSettlement Funds
 
The following is provided to help committee members understand the level ofdeficiency funding that is needed for the current year.
The Office of Fiscal Analysis (
OFA
)
is currently projecting $220.5 million in GeneralFund and $0.9 million in Transportation Fund state agency funding shortfalls. Thisdiffers from
the Office of Policy and Management's (
OPM’s
)
projection of $190.9 millionby a total of $30.5 million. The table below shows the level of funding needed byagencies as projected by OFA and OPM.
FY 13 Agency Estimated Deficiency Needs:OFA to OPM Comparison (in millions)
 
Agency OFA $ OPM $ Diff. $
Department of Social Services 190.9 190.9 0.0Department of Corrections 20.0 0.0 20.0Department of Emergency Services andPublic Protection 9.5 0.0 9.5
Total General Fund 220.5 190.9 29.6
Department of Transportation 0.9 0.0 0.9
Total Transportation Fund 0.9 0.0 0.9Total All Appropriated Funds 221.4 190.9 30.5

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