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COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE April 28, 2009 - Mark-Up Actions Summary OFFICE OF THE D.C. AUDITOR © $325,000 recurring Intra-District funds NPS increase from DCPS for an independent evaluation of public school reform © $302,715 and 4 FTEs in recurring local funds for an enhancement to the Compliance Unit for LSDBE compliance laws (Pending the approval of the $302,715 transfer by the Committee on Economic Development) OFFICE OF CABLE TELEVISION * Require that $1.2 million in special purpose revenue funds remain within the Office of Cable Television to support ongoing initiatives. (Pending the striking of $1.2 million in OCTO Intra-District funding by the Committee on Government Operations and the Environment) D.C. PUBLIC SCHOOLS ‘© DCPS shall Intra-District $325,000 annually to the Office of the D.C. Auditor from within its Central Office Budget +A transfer-in of $5.9 million in recurring local funds for the schoo! security contract from MPD (Pending the approval of the $5.9 million transfer by the Committee on Public Safety and the Judiciary) * Anincrease of 36 Logistics FTEs and $1,935,980 in recurring local funds from the Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization * A transfer-in of the ICSIC Program to the DCPS, Office of Youth Engagement, comprised of $2,297,000 in one-time local funds and 8 FTEs, formerly in the Deputy Mayor for Education STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION © The Fiscal Year 2010 budget shortfall for pre-k is $5,425,000: © Add $4 million in recurring local funding from PWT (Pending the approval of the transfer by the Committee on Public Works and Transportation) © An increase of $1,425,000 in recurring local funds from Debt Service, Repayment of Loans and Interest Transfer out the State Board of Education Activity (A120) with $547,000 and 12 FTEs to form new stand-alone agency D.C. PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL BOARD © Cut $200,000 of enhancement to implement and monitor requirements for Charter School Facilities Allotment for D.C. Public Charter School Facilities Allotment D.C. PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS Restore $16.7 million in one-time local funds for the facilities allotment as follows:- ‘© $10 million wansfer-in of one-time local funds from HWD (Pending the approval of the $10 million transfer by the Committee on Housing and Workforce Development) © 31,421,927 million transfer-in of one-time local funds from PWT (Pending the approval of the transfer by the Committee on Public Works and Transportation) © Am increase of $200,000 in recurring local funds from the D.C. Public Charter School Board * $1,424,097 in one-time local funds from Debt Service ~ Repayment of Loans and Interest * $1,405,026 million internal reallocation within D.C. Public Charter Schools to reflect that Phillips Academy will not be opening ‘* $2,248,955 million internal reallocation within D.C. Public Charter Schools to reflect the closing of M.E.I. Futures OFFICE OF THE DEPT. MAYOR FOR EDUCATION © Cut $493,000 and 2 FTEs in recurring local funds from DME Agency Oversight and Support Program and transfer to the State Board of Education ©. Transfer the DME ICSIC Program and its $2,297,000 in one-time local funds and 8 FTEs to DC Public Schools, Office of Youth Engagement © Transfer the Office of the Ombudsman for Public Education and its $471,000 in recurring local funds and 4 FTE’s to the State Board of Education PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES MODERNIZATION © A decrease of 36 Logistics FTEs and $1,935,980 in recurring local funds to D.C. Public Schools. © A restoration of 2 FTEs as a technical adjustment. STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION (New Agency) « Transfer-in funding for the State Board of Education Activity (A120) from OSSE with $547,000 in recurring local funds and 12 FTEs to form new stand- alone agency * $493,000 and 2 FTEs recurring local funds increase to restore cuts sustained by the State Board of Education from DME + Transfer-in $471,000 and 4FTE’s for the Office of Ombudsman for Public Education as a Program of the State Board of Education fom DME 10. DEBT SERVICE - REPAYMENT OF LOANS & INTEREST # $353,000 in recurring local funds transferred to the Committee on Aging and Community Affairs to the Office of Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs to continue this office as a separate agency and to support 4 FTEs + $546,000 in recurring local funds transferred to the Committee on Housing and Workforce Development to the Department of Housing and Community __Development for the Rental Housing Commission and to support 5 FTEs * $11,500 in recurring local funds to Office of the Chief Financial Officer, —~ Office of Revenue Analysis to continue to receive Federal Funds Information for the States (FFIS) database. © $1,425,000 in recurring local fimds for the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, Pre-K * $1,424,097 in one-time local funds for the D.C. Public Charter Schools Facilities allotment ‘© $1,240,403 in one-time local funds transferred to the following agencies for restoring Emancipation Day. Out-year costs shall be taken from the operating margin: © PSJ- Metropolitan Police Department - $430,000 © PSJ- Fire and Emergency Medical Services - $496,000 © PSJ- Department of Corrections - $113,000 © PSJ- Office of Unified Communications - $48,000 © HS- Child and Family Services Agency - $9,074 © H- Department of Mental Health - $85,301 © LPR- Department of Parks and Recreation - $11,028 © PWT- Department of Public Works - $33,000 © PWT- District Department of Transportation - $15,000 © Absorb the debt service costs of the University of the District of Columbia ‘Student Center. This will be a $40 million capital project supported by $35 million in District funds and $5 million in student fees. The capital budget will be as follows: © FY10:$1.5 million; $1 million District, $500,000 student fees 15 million; $13.5 million District, $1.5 million student fees 15 million; $13.5 million District, $1.5 million student fees FY13: $8.5 million; $7 million District, $1.5 million student fees ° ° ° J. WORKFORCE INVESTMENTS Add $8.3 million in recurring local funds to Workforce Investments, which comes from the follow sources: in FY 2011 from the Operating Cash Reserve, in FY 2012 from fund balance use generated from the FY 20011 Operating Cash Reserve, and in FY 2013 from the operating margin.