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2013SYNG-20130207_Synopsis of the Governor's FY 14 and FY 15 Budget and Revenue Plan

2013SYNG-20130207_Synopsis of the Governor's FY 14 and FY 15 Budget and Revenue Plan

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Synopsis of Governor's budget proposal - Appropriations hearings begin Feb 13 2013

Synopsis of Governor's budget proposal - Appropriations hearings begin Feb 13 2013

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Synopsis of
Governor’s FY 14 & FY 15
 Budget and Revenue PlanAppropriations CommitteeHearing
February 7, 201310:00 AM
OFFICE OF FISCAL ANALYSIS
Room 5200, Legislative Office Building
Hartford, CT 06106 ● (860) 240
-0200E-Mail: ofa@cga.ct.govwww.cga.ct.gov/ofa
 
 
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 Analyst Budget Information System - Data Coordinator, 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 Policy & Mgmt., Dept. of Labor, Office of Protection andAdvocacy, Grants to Towns (PILOTS, Pequot), Municipal FundsGrant Gager, Analyst IIEmergency Services & Public Protection, Office of GovernmentAccountability, Governor, Lt. Governor, Secretary of the State,Comm. On Human Rights & OpportunitiesMarcy Picano, Associate AnalystEnvironment, Agriculture, Legislative Agencies, AgricultureExperiment StationKyle Rhude, Associate AnalystDept. of Administrative Services, State Personnel, StatewideIssues, Energy Issues/Energy Funds, Consumer Counsel,
 Rob Wysock, Section Chief 
Anne Bordieri, Analyst ITransportation Fund, Motor Vehicles, Dept. of Transportation,
Military, Veterans’ Affairs, Soldiers, Sailors, & Marines’
  Jonathan Palmer, Analyst II Corrections, Budget Information SystemPhoenix 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 IIDept. of Social Services (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 06106Phone: (860) 240-0200E-Mail: ofa@cga.ct.gov; www.cga.ct.gov/ofa
Sarah Bourne, Principal AnalystElementary Education, Office of Higher Education, TownEducation GrantsChristina Gellman, Principal AnalystDept. of Deve
lopmental Services, Teachers’ Retirement, Dept. of
Rehabilitation 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
 
 
Table of Contents
I. Overview………………………………………………………………………………
.
….….
1II. Financial Summary
………………………………………………………………….………3
 
Revenues/Appropriations………………………………………………………
..
....3Solving the FY 14 & FY 15 Budget Defi
cit……………………………………
.
………3
 
FY 14 & FY 15 Budget Growth Rates……………………………………………
.
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4FY 03
 
FY 15 Budget Expenditure Growth………………………………………
.
.5
Biennial Budget Fund Summaries…………………………………………………
..
6Spending Cap
………………………………………………………………..………
..
7Comparison of
Cost of Refinancing ERNs and Issuing GAAP Bonds…………
..
8
Identified Agency Reorganization Savings………………………………………...…9
 Transfers and New Funding Associated with the Office of Early Childhood...
10
Summary of Proposed Education Funding……………………………………….…1
1
Governor’s Proposed Reductions to Hospitals…………………………………..…11
 
Estimated Impact on Hospitals: Governor’s Proposed Medicaid and DSHReductions………………………………………………………………………………
12Private Provider COLA History
……………………………………………………...13
 III. Significant Changes
by Subcommittee and Agency……………………………………
14
IV. Significant Revenue Changes……………………………………………………
.
……….
22V. Special Transportation Fund
……..………………………………………...………...……
26VI
. Significant Capital Budget Changes……………………………………
.
…...……..……
27VII. Municipal Aid an
d Revenues……..………………………………………...………...…
28
Appendix A: Authorized Position Table……..……………………………………………
..31

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