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09-06-26 2009-10 Revised Budget

09-06-26 2009-10 Revised Budget

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Here's a detailed look at where the Pennsylvania state budget stands after Gov. Ed Rendell unveiled $500 million in proposed cuts on June 26, 2009. The cuts would be offset by $400 million in mandatory spending increases.
Here's a detailed look at where the Pennsylvania state budget stands after Gov. Ed Rendell unveiled $500 million in proposed cuts on June 26, 2009. The cuts would be offset by $400 million in mandatory spending increases.

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[A][B][C][D]
$500M Additional Cuts Tracking Run
[A] + [B][B] / [A]
June 26, 2009
(amounts in thousands)
Legend:
% Change
Reduced Appropriations 
2009-10$500M2009-10from
Eliminated Appropriations 
Governor's Additional Governor'sGovernor'sBudgetCutsRevisedBudgetDepartment / AppropriationProposal6/26/2009BudgetProposal
1
Governor's Office
2
Governor's Office$7,274($170)$7,104-2.3%
3
Governor's Office Total$7,274($170)$7,104-2.3%
45
Executive Offices
6
Office of Administration$10,144($328)$9,816-3.2%
7
Unemployment Compensation and Transition Costs5,50005,5000.0%
8
Medicare Part B Penalties450(75)375-16.7%
9
Commonwealth Technology Services58,225(1,097)57,128-1.9%
10
Public Television Technology2,000(500)1,500-25.0%
11
Statewide Public Safety Radio System11,000(104)10,896-0.9%
12
Office of Inspector General3,000(131)2,869-4.4%
13
Inspector General - Welfare Fraud13,253(201)13,052-1.5%
14
Office of the Budget30,768(967)29,801-3.1%
15
Office of Health Care Reform1,584(23)1,561-1.5%
16
Rx for PA - Chronic Care Management1,500(8)1,492-0.5%
17
Rx for PA - Health Information Exchange3,00003,0000.0%
18
Office of General Counsel4,441(197)4,244-4.4%
19
Governor's Advisory Council on Rural Affairs200(49)151-24.5%
20
Human Relations Commission10,340(78)10,262-0.8%
21
Governor's Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs245(60)185-24.5%
22
African-American Affairs Commission331(81)250-24.5%
23
Asian-American Affairs Commission224(55)169-24.6%
24
Council on the Arts1,232(149)1,083-12.1%
25
Commission for Women317(77)240-24.3%
26
Juvenile Court Judges Commission2,368(48)2,320-2.0%
27
Public Employee Retirement Commission692(25)667-3.6%
28
Commission on Crime and Delinquency4,200(152)4,048-3.6%
29
Victims of Juvenile Crime3,356(354)3,002-10.5%
30
Evidenced-Based Prevention (Safe Children)4,713(1,309)3,404-27.8%
31
Weed and Seed Program3,127(621)2,506-19.9%
32
Intermediate Punishment Programs3,56103,5610.0%
33
Intermediate Punishment Drug and Alcohol Treatment17,574017,5740.0%
34
Research-Based Violence Prevention3,00003,0000.0%
35
Improvement of Juvenile Probation Services5,841(291)5,550-5.0%
36
Specialized Probation Services13,614(638)12,976-4.7%
37
Grants to the Arts14,000014,0000.0%
38
Executive Offices Total$233,800($7,618)$226,182-3.3%
3940
Lieutenant Governor
41
Lieutenant Governor's Office$1,062($178)$884-16.8%
42
Board of Pardons43104310.0%
43
Portrait - Former Lieutenant Governor7(7)0-100.0%
44
Lieutenant Governor Total$1,500($185)$1,315-12.3%
4546
Attorney General
47
General Government Operations$42,545($2,127)$40,418-5.0%
48
Drug Law Enforcement26,219(525)25,694-2.0%
49
Local Drug Task Forces10,715(214)10,501-2.0%
50
Drug Strike Task Force2,230(45)2,185-2.0%
      R    o    w
2009-10 General Fund Budget
16/26/2009
 
[A][B][C][D]
$500M Additional Cuts Tracking Run
[A] + [B][B] / [A]
June 26, 2009
(amounts in thousands)
Legend:
% Change
Reduced Appropriations 
2009-10$500M2009-10from
Eliminated Appropriations 
Governor's Additional Governor'sGovernor'sBudgetCutsRevisedBudgetDepartment / AppropriationProposal6/26/2009BudgetProposal
      R    o    w
2009-10 General Fund Budget
51
Joint Local-State Firearm Task Force5,000(100)4,900-2.0%
52
Witness Relocation Programs437(9)428-2.1%
53
Violence Reduction Witness Relocation556(11)545-2.0%
54
Child Predator Interception Unit1,468(29)1,439-2.0%
55
Capital Appeals Case Unit647(13)634-2.0%
56
Charitable Nonprofit Conversions1,043(21)1,022-2.0%
57
Tobacco Law Enforcement785(16)769-2.0%
58
County Trial Reimbursement148(3)145-2.0%
59
Cigarette Fire Safety and Firefighter Protection134(134)0-100.0%
60
Home Improvement Consumer Protection530(530)0-100.0%
61
Transfer to Straw Purchase Prevention Education Program10001000.0%
62
Attorney General Total$92,557($3,777)$88,780-4.1%
6364
Auditor General
65
Auditor General's Office$48,946($2,447)$46,499-5.0%
66
Board of Claims2,050(102)1,948-5.0%
67
Auditor General Total$50,996($2,549)$48,447-5.0%
6869
Treasury
70
General Government Operations$24,428($1,221)$23,207-5.0%
71
Escheats Administration15,906(2,906)13,000-18.3%
72
Board of Finance and Revenue2,371(237)2,134-10.0%
73
Tuition Account Program Advertising987(987)0-100.0%
74
Intergovernmental Organizations1,11201,1120.0%
75
Publishing Monthly Statements150150.0%
76
Replacement Checks (EA)4,00004,0000.0%
77
Law Enforcement/Emergency Personnel Death Benefits1,36201,3620.0%
78
Loan and Transfer Agents700700.0%
79
General Obligation Debt Service942,9390942,9390.0%
80
Treasury Total$993,190($5,351)$987,839-0.5%
8182
Aging and Long Term Living
83
Long-Term Living - Administration$5,500($268)$5,232-4.9%
84
Long-Term Care638,1820638,1820.0%
85
Services to Persons with Disabilities93,692093,6920.0%
86
Attendant Care109,8790109,8790.0%
87
Aging Total$847,253($268)$846,9850.0%
8889
Agriculture
90
General Government Operations$29,636($219)$29,417-0.7%
91
Agricultural Excellence60006000.0%
92
Farmers' Market Food Coupons2,22602,2260.0%
93
Agricultural Conservation Easement Administration295(12)283-4.1%
94
Agricultural Research500(500)0-100.0%
95
Nutrient Management Administration366(8)358-2.2%
96
Animal Health Commission4,85004,8500.0%
97
Animal Indemnities5050.0%
98
Transfer to State Farm Products Show Fund3,565(146)3,419-4.1%
99
Payments to Pennsylvania Fairs2,000(2,000)0-100.0%
100
State Food Purchase19,000(1,000)18,000-5.3%
26/26/2009
 
[A][B][C][D]
$500M Additional Cuts Tracking Run
[A] + [B][B] / [A]
June 26, 2009
(amounts in thousands)
Legend:
% Change
Reduced Appropriations 
2009-10$500M2009-10from
Eliminated Appropriations 
Governor's Additional Governor'sGovernor'sBudgetCutsRevisedBudgetDepartment / AppropriationProposal6/26/2009BudgetProposal
      R    o    w
2009-10 General Fund Budget
101
Future Farmers600600.0%
102
Transfer to Nutrient Management Fund3,100(100)3,000-3.2%
103
Transfer to Conservation District Fund1,194(114)1,080-9.5%
104
Crop Insurance 700(200)500-28.6%
105
Farm-School Nutrition Initiative100(100)0-100.0%
106
Agriculture Total$68,197($4,399)$63,798-6.5%
107108
Community and Economic Development
109
General Government Operations$19,800($785)$19,015-4.0%
110
Office of Open Records$1,342($335)$1,007-25.0%
111
World Trade PA8,986(95)8,891-1.1%
112
Marketing to Attract Tourists9,985(476)9,509-4.8%
113
Marketing to Attract Business1,800(10)1,790-0.6%
114
Marketing to Attract Film Business392(8)384-2.0%
115
Business Retention and Expansion2,951(1,003)1,948-34.0%
116
PENNPORTS9,419(14)9,405-0.1%
117
Goods Movement and Intermodal Coordination1,50001,5000.0%
118
Land Use Planning Assistance4,173(3,044)1,129-72.9%
119
Transfer to Municipalities Financial Recovery Revolving Fund1,48001,4800.0%
120
Transfer to Ben Franklin Tech. Development Authority Fund40,000(5,000)35,000-12.5%
121
Transfer to Industrial Sites Environmental Assessment Fund49304930.0%
122
Transfer to Commonwealth Financing Authority67,235067,2350.0%
123
Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority-2nd Class Cities600(100)500-16.7%
124
Opportunity Grant Program18,268018,2680.0%
125
Customized Job Training18,000(9,000)9,000-50.0%
126
Keystone Innovation Zones70007000.0%
127
Infrastructure Development20,500(3,000)17,500-14.6%
128
Housing & Redevelopment Assistance34,000(4,000)30,000-11.8%
129
Accessible Housing2,22102,2210.0%
130
Shared Municipal Services2,00002,0000.0%
131
New Communities15,000(5,000)10,000-33.3%
132
Appalachian Regional Commission85908590.0%
133
Community Action Team (CAT)644(335)309-52.0%
134
Industrial Development Assistance3,11203,1120.0%
135
Local Development Districts4,584(458)4,126-10.0%
136
Small Business Development Centers5,547(555)4,992-10.0%
137
Tourist Promotion Assistance10,000(500)9,500-5.0%
138
Rural Leadership Training25002500.0%
139
Flood Plain Management590590.0%
140
Community Conservation and Employment24,913(4,000)20,913-16.1%
141
Industrial Resource Centers11,508(1,151)10,357-10.0%
142
Early Intervention for Distressed Municipalities74007400.0%
143
Infrastructure & Facilities Improvement Grants35,500(5,000)30,500-14.1%
144
Economic Advancement9,910(2,000)7,910-20.2%
145
Community and Regional Development12,570(2,000)10,570-15.9%
146
Community and Economic Development Total$401,041($47,869)$353,172-11.9%
147148
Conservation and Natural Resources
149
General Government Operations$21,362($512)$20,850-2.4%
150
State Parks Operations58,885(1,472)57,413-2.5%
36/26/2009

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