STATE BUDGET

FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013

STATE OF LOUISIANA
BOBBY JINDAL Governor
PAUL W. RAINWATER Commissioner of Administration

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BOBBY JINDAL
GOVERNOR

PAUL W. RAINWATER

State of Louisiana
Division of Administration

COMMISSIONER OF ADMINISTRATION

Office of the Commissioner

October 1, 2012

The Honorable Bobby Jindal Governor State of Louisiana Post Office Box 94004 Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70804-9004 Re: State Budget Fiscal Year 2012-2013

Dear Governor Jindal: Pursuant to law (Louisiana Revised Statute 39:56), the Division of Administration, Office of Planning and Budget has prepared the official state budget for Fiscal Year 2012-2013, which is contained herein. The presentation reflects in detail the financial plan for the Fiscal Year as to both means of financing and expenditures. This document includes the legislative budgetary actions of the 2012 Regular Session of the Legislature and the Expenditure Limit report for Fiscal Year 2012-2013. Part one of this document contains budget highlights by functional areas reflecting the enacted Fiscal Year 2012-2013 State Expenditure Plan. The state budget reflects passage of the appropriations and revenue acts of the Legislature during the 2012 Legislative Session. To reflect an accurate level of state spending, adjustments to the total expenditure and total revenue have been made in the enclosed financial statements. This includes adjustments to the following appropriations, ancillary and interagency transfers, to avoid double counting. For Fiscal Year 2012-2013, the adjusted state spending plan totals $25,627,902,711. The total funds available for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 are $25,632,995,336. The state budget includes $8,280,503,258 in state general fund; and anticipated state revenue from other self-generated funds and statutory dedications, totals $6,048,598,333. Augmenting this income will be Federal receipts estimated at $11,303,893,745, to be used mainly for highways, education, social services, and disaster recovery. At this funding level, the June 30, 2013, State General Fund (Direct) balance would be $5,092,625.

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The Honorable Bobby Jindal October 1, 2012 Page 2

The appropriated expenditures in the cash portion of the Capital Outlay Act (Act 23) totals $1,090,394,326. Projects funded from revenue bonds total an additional $177,950,000. The bond portion of the Capital Outlay Act contains projects totaling $2,999,395,700. Of this total, projects totaling $2,988,940,000 are found in priorities 1-5, and those projects with no priority order total $10,455,700. Sincerely,

Paul W. Rainwater Commissioner of Administration PWR:SR:rpf Enclosure

.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Economic Outlook ............. 36 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated State General Funded Expenditures by Functional Area ................ 35 FY 2011-2012 EOB State General Funded Expenditures by Functional Area..................................................................................................................... 21 Comparison of Existing Operating Budget to Appropriated ......... 45 Schedule 01 ..................... 19 FY13 Recommendation by Agency and Means of Financing ....................Executive Department .........................................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS Comparative Statement ............................................................................................................................................................ 53 01_111 — Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Prep ........................................................................................................................................ 50 01_102 — Office of Inspector General ................................ 41 Expenditure Limit ............................................................................................... 5 U.... 55 01_116 — Louisiana Public Defender Board ....................... 52 01_107 — Division of Administration ......................................................................... 49 01_101 — Office of Indian Affairs . 39 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Total Expenditures by Functional Area .......... 57 I ....................................................................................................................................... 51 01_103 — Mental Health Advocacy Service .................................... 11 Statewide Discretionary and Non-Discretionary Expenditures ......................................................................................................... 33 Comparison of Existing Operating Budget to Appropriated by Functional Area ........................................................................... 27 Comparison of Existing Operating Budget to Enacted ...................... 6 Revenue Loss Summary........................................................................................... 35 Explanation of Functional Areas ......................................................................................................... 38 FY 2011-2012 EOB Total Expenditures by Functional Area................... 3 LOUISIANA ECONOMIC FORECAST SUMMARY BY FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 ..................................................S............................ 56 01_124 — Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District .... 29 Position Analysis ............................................................. 52 01_109 — Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration ...................Summary by MOF ................................................. 43 EXCLUSIONS TO THE EXPENDITURE LIMIT ......... 38 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Federal Funded Expenditures by Functional Area ........................................................................... 57 01_126 — Board of Tax Appeals ............................................... 36 FY 2011-2012 EOB State Funded Expenditures by Functional Area.... 37 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated State Funded Expenditures by Functional Area ............................................................................ 49 01_100 — Executive Office ............................................... 3 Louisiana Employment and Wages ............................ 37 FY 2011-2012 EOB Federal Funded Expenditures by Functional Area ..... 15 Discretionary and Non-Discretionary Funding by Department............................................................................................... 54 01_112 — Department of Military Affairs ............................... Real Gross Domestic Product........................................................................................................................................ 51 01_106 — Louisiana Tax Commission ....... 39 Historical Trends.......................................

............................................................................................... 88 II STATE BUDGET FY2012 ........................................................................................................................................ 81 05_252 — Office of Business Development ................ 86 06_265 — Office of Cultural Development ................................................................................................................................................. 85 06_263 — Office of State Museum ............... 65 04_139 — Secretary of State ............................. 68 Schedule 04C .......................................................Commissioner of Insurance . 59 01_255 — Office of Financial Institutions ............................................... 64 Schedule 04A ....................................................... 86 Schedule 07 . 59 Schedule 03 ........................................... 58 01_133 — Office of Elderly Affairs ................................................................................... 77 Schedule 05 .................................... 81 Schedule 06 ...... 61 03_130 — Department of Veterans Affairs ............... 69 Schedule 04D ..................................... 62 03_131 — Louisiana War Veterans Home ............................... 86 06_267 — Office of Tourism .................................................................................................Agriculture and Forestry............................................... 71 Schedule 04E ......................... 73 Schedule 04F ....................................................................................................................Office of the Attorney General.......................................................................................................................... 63 03_132 — Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 67 04_141 — Office of the Attorney General .................................Department of Economic Development .Secretary of State .................................. 64 03_136 — Southeast Louisiana War Veterans Home ........................................................... 71 04_147 — State Treasurer ................................................State Treasurer ..................................................................................................................................................................... 75 04_160 — Agriculture and Forestry ................................................................Department of Transportation and Development ....................................... 65 Schedule 04B .................................................................Department of Veterans Affairs........................................................................................................ 83 06_261 — Office of the Secretary ................................................................................................................................................... 75 Schedule 04G ................ 87 07_273 — Administration ...............................................................2013 .................................................................. 79 05_251 — Office of the Secretary .............................01_129 — Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement ........................................................... 77 04_165 — Commissioner of Insurance ....................................................................................................................................................... 73 04_158 — Public Service Commission .................. 63 03_134 — Southwest Louisiana War Veterans Home .................................................................. 69 04_146 — Lieutenant Governor ............................................... 85 06_262 — Office of the State Library of Louisiana ........ 58 01_254 — Louisiana State Racing Commission ................................................. 63 03_135 — Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home ........................ 85 06_264 — Office of State Parks .................................Public Service Commission ......................Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism .....................................................Lieutenant Governor................................................................................................................

............ 93 08_416 — B.................................................................................................... 110 09_306 — Medical Vendor Payments .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 110 09_304 — Metropolitan Human Services District .............................. 92 08_409 — Dixon Correctional Institute ............................................................................................................. 109 09_303 — Developmental Disabilities Council .................................... 92 08_412 — J...................... 113 09_330 — Office of Behavioral Health ................................................................................................................................................................................. Levy Dabadie Correctional Center ...................................... 91 08_407 — Winn Correctional Center .....................................................97 08_424 — Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission .......... 98 08_425 — Louisiana Highway Safety Commission ........................................................................................................... 113 09_340 — Office for Citizens w/Developmental Disabilities .............................Administration ......... 110 09_305 — Medical Vendor Administration ............. 109 09_301 — Florida Parishes Human Services Authority ........................ 118 III ...... 90 08_401 — C.................................................................. 98 Schedule 08C .............Department of Health and Hospitals ............. 111 09_307 — Office of the Secretary .................... 112 09_325 — Acadiana Area Human Services District ........................................................................Department of Natural Resources.... 93 08_415 — Adult Probation and Parole .......Corrections Services ............................. 89 08_400 — Corrections .................................................... 90 08_405 — Avoyelles Correctional Center ..................TABLE OF CONTENTS 07_276 — Engineering and Operations ...................................................................................................................................... Sixty Rayburn Correctional Center ...................................................................................................................................... 115 10_360 — Office of Children and Family Services ........ 112 09_326 — Office of Public Health ...................................................................................................................................................... 99 08_403 — Office of Juvenile Justice ..............................................................................................................96 08_419 — Office of State Police ............... 96 08_421 — Office of Legal Affairs ........... 113 Schedule 10 .................................................................. 90 08_402 — Louisiana State Penitentiary ................................................................................Youth Services .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 96 08_420 — Office of Motor Vehicles ............................................................. 95 08_418 — Office of Management and Finance ................................................................................................................. 94 Schedule 08B ............................................................................................................................................... 116 Schedule 11 .................................................. 93 08_414 — David Wade Correctional Center ......................................... 91 08_406 — Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women ............................................................................................................................................................................... 109 09_302 — Capital Area Human Services District ..................................... 88 Schedule 08A .........................................................................................Department of Children and Family Services.......................................................................................................................................... 111 09_309 — South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority .. 92 08_413 — Elayn Hunt Correctional Center ............Public Safety Services ................................................................ 97 08_422 — Office of State Fire Marshal .................... 101 Schedule 09 ...............................................................................................................................................B........................................................... 112 09_324 — Louisiana Emergency Response Network Board .................................................................. 97 08_423 — Louisiana Gaming Control Board ..................................... 103 09_300 — Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority ....................................... 117 11_431 — Office of the Secretary .................................. 111 09_320 — Office of Aging and Adult Services .............................. Paul Phelps Correctional Center ..................................................... 91 08_408 — Allen Correctional Center .........................................................................................

..............................................................................................................149 IV STATE BUDGET FY2012 .................................................................136 17_563 — State Police Commission ......................143 19A_615 — Southern University System ...........................................................11_432 — Office of Conservation ................................................................................................................................................... 131 16_511 — Wildlife and Fisheries Management and Finance ....................................................................................................................................................144 19A_649 — LA Community & Technical Colleges System ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 135 17_560 — State Civil Service ....................Department of Revenue ......................................................144 19A_620 — University of Louisiana System ......118 11_434 — Office of Mineral Resources .............................124 13_851 — Office of Environmental Compliance ....................................................... 139 Schedule 19A .......................................146 19B_657 — Louisiana School for Math....................................................................................................................................................................121 Schedule 13 ........................................ 145 19B_653 — LA Schools for the Deaf and Visually Impaired .....134 Schedule 17 ......................................................................Louisiana Workforce Commission ...........................................................................................................137 17_564 — Division of Administrative Law .......................................135 17_561 — Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service ...................................................................................................................................124 13_852 — Office of Environmental Services ... Science and the Arts ..............................................................144 Schedule 19B ..............142 19A_674 — LA Universities Marine Consortium .......................................................................... 141 19A_671 — Board of Regents ..134 16_514 — Office of Fisheries ............................................................................. 127 14_474 — Workforce Support and Training .............................................148 Schedule 19D ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 149 19D_678 — State Activities ............143 19A_661 — Office of Student Financial Assistance ..................................................Special Schools and Commissions .....................................................Higher Education ......................................................................................................................................................... 121 12_440 — Office of Revenue .............................147 19B_666 — Board of Elementary & Secondary Education .....................................................143 19A_600 — LSU System ................................................................Retirement Systems....................................147 19B_673 — New Orleans Center for Creative Arts ...................................................145 19B_655 — Louisiana Special Education Center .............................................119 Schedule 12 .....146 19B_662 — Louisiana Educational TV Authority ................................................................................................................137 Schedule 18 ..........................................................................................................................................................133 16_513 — Office of Wildlife ................129 Schedule 16 ...........................................................118 11_435 — Office of Coastal Management .............. 123 13_850 — Office of the Secretary ....................136 17_562 — Ethics Administration .................................................................................124 13_855 — Office of Management and Finance ......Department of Environmental Quality ..............................125 Schedule 14 ...................................................Department of Civil Service .........................................................................................Department of Wildlife and Fisheries ...........133 16_512 — Office of the Secretary .............................................................................Department of Education ............................2013 .

....................................Debt Service and Maintenance ........................................................................... 177 21_811 — Prison Enterprises .................................................Local Government Aid .............................................................. 161 20_924 — Video Draw Poker .........................................................................Non-Appropriated Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 166 20_950 — Judgments ................................................ 161 20_923 — Corrections Debt Service ....................................................... 183 22_922 — General Obligation Debt Service ...................................................................................Debt Service and Maintenance ............ 173 21_805 — Administrative Services ................................................. Thibodaux Training Academy .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 179 21_861 — Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund ............... 175 21_807 — Federal Property Assistance ............................................................................................ 163 20_932 — Two Percent Fire Insurance Fund ...................................................................................................... 171 21_796 — Central Regional Laundry ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 157 20_451 — Local Housing of State Adult Offenders .......... 159 20_903 — Parish Transportation ............................................................................................ 171 21_790 — Donald J.................. 168 20_XXX — Funds ...................................... 182 22_920 — Interim Emergency Fund ...................................................................................LSU Health Care Services Division ...................................................................................................................................................... 156 Schedule 20 ................................................................................... 182 22_921 — Revenue Sharing ................................................................... 162 20_930 — Higher Education .......................... 155 19E_610 — LA Health Care Services Division .. 153 Schedule 19E ..................................Pass Through Funds ........................................................................ 167 20_977 — DOA ............................. 151 19D_695 — Minimum Foundation Program ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 160 20_905 — Interim Emergency Board ...................................................................................... 178 21_860 — Clean Water State Revolving Fund ................................................................... 152 19D_697 — Non-Public Educational Assistance ....................................................... 181 22_918 — Parish Royalty Fund Payments ..............................Other Requirements................................................... 158 20_452 — Local Housing of State Juvenile Offenders ................................................................................................Ancillary Appropriations ............. 165 20_941 — Agriculture and Forestry ......................................................... 182 22_919 — Highway Fund Number Two Motor Vehicle Tax ................................. 174 21_806 — Louisiana Property Assistance ..... 160 20_906 — District Attorneys & Assistant District Attorney .......... 179 Schedule 22 ............ 166 20_945 — State Aid to Local Government Entities ......................................................................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS 19D_681 — Subgrantee Assistance .... 163 20_933 — Governors Conferences and Interstate Compacts ................................ 159 20_901 — Sales Tax Dedications ........................................................................................ 164 20_939 — Prepaid Wireless Tele 911 Svc ..... 172 21_800 — Office of Group Benefits .................................... 165 20_940 — Emergency Medical Services-Parishes & Municip .................................................................................................. 172 21_804 — Office of Risk Management .......................................... 177 21_829 — Office of Aircraft Services .......................................................................................................... 153 19D_699 — Special School Districts ................................... 167 20_966 — Supplemental Pay to Law Enforcement Personnel ........................................................................... 176 21_808 — Office of Telecommunications Management ...................................................... 150 19D_682 — Recovery School District ............................. 183 V ......................................................................... 181 22_917 — Severance Tax Dedication .................................................................................................................................................................. 169 Schedule 21 .... 162 20_931 — LED Debt Service/State Commitments ..............................................................................................................State ................................

....................... 193 26_115 — Facility Planning and Control .187 24_952 — Senate .............................................................. 187 24_951 — House of Representatives .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................188 24_960 — Legislative Budgetary Control Council .............................................................185 Schedule 24 ..................... 185 23_949 — Louisiana Judiciary ...............Legislative Expense. 191 Schedule 26 .....................................................................................................................................189 24_962 — Louisiana State Law Institute .............194 VI STATE BUDGET FY2012 .....................................Schedule 23 ................................................................................................................................................................................Judicial Expense........................................................................................................................................................................188 24_955 — Legislative Fiscal Office ....................193 26_279 — DOTD-Capital Outlay/Non-State .....Capital Outlay ...................................................................188 24_954 — Legislative Auditor .............................Special Acts Expense .................................189 Schedule 25 ..........2013 ......

STATE BUDGET PART ONE: STATEWIDE SUMMARY .

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357 ($107. 39:75 A.560.924.274.092.730.625 (1) The Actual FY 2010-2011 amounts reflect the Legislative Auditor-reviewed revenues and expenditures made per the fiscal status summary presented to the Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget (JLCB) January 21.S.303.IEB OMNI BANK REFUND CAPITAL OUTLAY RE-APPROPRIATION (5) SELF-GENERATED REVENUE STATU TORY DEDICATIONS FEDERAL FUNDS TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE EXPENDITURES GENERAL APPROPRIATIONS BILL ANCILLARY APPROPRIATIONS NON-APPROPRIATED REQUIREMENTS JUDICIAL EXPENSE LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE SPECIAL ACTS CAPITAL OUTLAY TOTAL EXPENDITURES FUNDS LESS EXPENDITURES STATE GENERAL FUND DEFICIT (6) EXECUTIVE ORDERS BJ 2011-25 AND JLCB APPROVAL PREAMBLE ADJUSTMENTS (7) FUNDS LESS EXPENDITURES AFTER ADJUSTMENTS $7.955.300 4.554 11. Also in accordance with R.931 141.709 10.686).344 162.491.051. For the FY 2012-2013.476 376.044.207. transfers authorized by Act 633 of the 2010 RLS. and increased expenditures for the Minimum Foundation Program of ($42.524 $0 0 16.174.294.264.477 $0 $0 $23. the deficit totaled $251.235. the projected deficit in Fiscal year 2010-2011 was presented to JLCB on December 16.S.916.368) 55.470 2. 2011 freeze date.795.208.788.632.938 12. meeting of the Revenue Estimating Conference (REC) for State General Fund. (3) The Appropriated Budget column for FY 2012-2013 reflects the Official Revenue Forecast from the April 24.858 $22.113. Subsequent to the December 1. 39:75.474 0 0 0 2. 2011.745 $25.477.627.869.909 32.025.288. (7) For the FY 2012-2013.770.798 0 1.539. The Governor issued an Executive Order and JLCB approved a plan calling for an adjustment to appropriated SGF expenditures and fund transfers in Fiscal Year 2011-2012 to balance the fiscal status statement.795. 2011.134.686) $23.846 4.829.765 89.310 0 0 0 38.883.739.686). 2011. as being ($13. meeting of the Revenue Estimating Conference for State General Fund.452 119.500.623.916. 1 .672.819.728.966 1.103.2 million OGB premium rate adjustment.587.606 $25.935.076.178 $25.904.954.000 $0 116. transfers authorized by Act 597 of the 2012 RLS.551.041. 2012. 2012.972 80.722 441. The deficit included the prior year deficit of ($13.059.360. a decrease in revenue of ($197.590. 39:75.796 APPROPRIATED 2012-2013 (3) $8.902. authorized by ACT 13 of the 2012 RLS includes a $10.027.408.943 ($254.594 3.574.174 489.795.279. 2011.348.107. (5) Act 21 of the 2011 RLS and Act 23 of the 2012 RLS State General Fund previously appropriated in various prior Capital Outlay Acts were re-appropriated for new capital outlay projects. per R.196.977.000. (4) For the FY 2010-2011.705 121. (2) The Existing Operating Budget (EOB) column for FY 2011-2012 reflects the Official Revenue Forecast from the March 7.779 3.058 $2.736.610.853) $0 $0 $22.279.699.700.593. the certified deficit for Fiscal Year 2010-1011 was recognized by JLCB on January 20.734).S.003.001 ACTUAL 2010-2011 (1) REVENUE AVAILABLE GENERAL FUND REVENUE PRIOR YEAR DEFICIT TRANSFER OF FUNDS (4) STATE GENERAL FUND CARRYFORWARD STATE GENERAL FUND CARRYFORWARD .795.420) $251.482 ($13.104 1.836.636.943 is included.089.000) based on projections adopted by REC on December 14.485 $25.918.966.145 0 902.478 $5.149. (6) Actual State General Fund collections were less than official projections adopted by REC on March 7.COMPARATIVE STATEMENT COMPARATIVE STATEMENT FISCAL YEARS 2010-2011 THROUGH 2012-2013 (Exclusive of Double Counts and Inclusive of Contingencies) EXISTING AS OF 12-01-2011 2011-2012 (2) $8.556.(3)(a).712 0 1.000 518.042. 2011. as required by R.631 148.555 $24.893. After the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 excess of $2.085 92.949.700.287 $24.731.711 ($16.774.813.686) $0 $0 $0 ($13.672 11.

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7 1. 4% 6.3 % 0.34 0.1 1.584.680.3% 70.0 % 85.4 4. 4% 7.8 1.401.0% 16.526.782.3% 78.34 -32.966. Real Gross Domestic Product Mineral-Related Assumptions Severance Crude Oil Price ($/barrel) % Change Oil Pro duction (Million Barrels) % Change Henry Hub Natural Gas Price ($/mmbtu) % Change Natural Gas Severance Rate (¢ /MCF) Natural Gas Production (Million MCF) % Change 4.3 3.58 -6.5% -3.6% 3.8 2.65 12.0% FY 2010 4.1 -2.2% 4.6% 14. 7% 3 .6 14.3% 1.3% 68.887.9 2.9 1.6% 67.6% 88.7 % 4.4% 110. 7% 69.4% 1.9% FY 2012 4.4% 6.0% 1.4 3.885.8% 93.73 2 5.8 2.7% 132.8% 129.4% 96.4 1.0 2.925.1% 3.14 5.469.2 0. 0% 28.891.4% 134.9 -2.0 -4.9% 82.36 -22.3 % FY 2011 4.7 -3. 6% 2. 3% 83.8% 116.0 -1.4 4.8 3.5 % 85.071.4% 6.104 .9 % 16.3% 112.1% 33.7% 102.8% 68.957.928.6 -1.9 1.5 % 6.566.0 1.8 -1.16 -6.1 % 69.7 0.S.4% FY 2013 4.4 31. 7% 108.5 0.9 2.600.4 3.0 1. 0% 133.3 1.7 3.3 1.7 -1. 4% 1.6 -0.0 5.4 2.6% 115.1 0.0 0.6 1.6 -9.53 1.44 -22.Year 2 005 = 100) % Change Annual Change in U.ECONOMIC OUTLOOK LOUISIANA ECONOMIC FORECAST SUMMARY BY FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 FY 2009 Macroeconomic Assumptions Population (Thousand) % Change Louisiana Non-Agricultural Employment (Thousand) % Change National Non-Agricultural Employment (Million) % Change Louisiana Wages and Salaries ($ Billion) % Change National Wages and Salaries ($ Billion) % Change Inflatio n (Personal Consumption Deflator .0 4 2.306.9% 6.8% 2.37 -13.2 % 130.8 0.430.4 -3.3% 1.1 % 1.

a nd P e rs ona l Inc om e G e ne ra l a nd V e hic le S a le s Mine ra l G a m ing Motor Fue ls P re m ium Ta x a nd Fe e s All O the r 4 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .TAXES. & FEES Major R evenue Sources $4 $3 Billion $2 $1 $0 2010 2011 S tate Fiscal Y ear 2012* 2013* *Forecast Corp. LICENSES. & FEES $14 Statutory Dedications General Fund $12 $10 $8 Billion *Forecast $6 $4 $2 $0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Fiscal Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012* 2013* TAXES.2013 . LICENSES.

respectively.580 371 24 94 195 274 197 64 360 1. Louisiana nominal wages grew annually by 2.891 313 52 122 138 1.926 337 54 134 148 1.885 314 51 124 139 1. For FY2011/12 and FY2012/13 the recoveries expected are also fairly modest (2% each fiscal year respectively).8% in FY 2008/09.5% in FY2009/10 and recovered 3. For FY2009/10 non-farm employment fell by about 2%. For FY2011/12 and FY2012/13 the growth in nominal wages is anticipated to be 3.4% and 6. However.606 377 24 97 200 288 203 63 361 1.2%.589 378 26 93 200 261 195 67 368 1.967 340 57 122 144 1.3%) in FY2010/11.com FY 2008/09 FY 2009/10 FY 2010/11 FY 2011/12 forecast FY 2012/13 forecast 1.573 366 25 92 191 269 193 66 370 1.929 329 55 122 140 1. Louisiana Employment (Thousands. in tune with national economic activity.Louisiana Employment and Wages Over the fiscal years in the aftermath of K atrina. the financial crisis from late 2008 and its subsequent recession put a stop to such increases. Louisiana non-farm employment had been steadily rising. Transportation & Utilities Information Financial Activities Professional & Business Services Education & Health Services Leisure & Hospitality Other Services (except Public Administration) Total Government Source: Moody’s Economy. but fell by 1.4% in FY2010/11.630 383 25 101 204 293 212 64 362 TOTAL LOUISIANA WAGES $100 $90 $80 $70 $60 Billion $50 $40 $30 $20 $10 $0 00/01 01/02 02/03 03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12* 12/13* *Forecast 5 . SA) Statewide Non-farm Employment Goods Producing Natural Resources & Mining Construction Total Manufacturing Service Pr oviding Trade. with very modest recovery (+0.

0% -2.6%. economy may grow at a relatively slow pace. Fiscal year FY2010/11 presented a modest growth of 2. U. which began late 2007.com *Forecast 6 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . and close to 8 million jobs were lost since the economic downturn started. The recession.S.0% -1.S. The national unemployment rate is now at about 8. real GDP fell by 3.S. economy after World War II. real GDP remained flat.U. growing at a pace of 0. The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Business Cycle Dating Committee has declared that the recession ended in the summer of 2009. REAL GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH July . continued throughout 2008 and 2009.0% 2.0% 04 / 05 05 / 06 06 / 07 07 / 08 08 / 09 09 / 10 10 / 11 11 / 12 12 / 13* Source: Moody's Economy.8% and 2. and projections by Moody's Economy. U.com data and forecast.June Fiscal Year 4.0% -4.3%.2% and is widely expected remain at that level for a protracted period of time before it recedes.0% -3. The year 2009 is one of the worst years for the U.0% 3.0% 1.S.0% 0.4% during FY2008/09. by 1.S.com indicate that for FY2011/12 and FY2012/ 13 the U. Real Gross Domestic Product The following is based upon the Moody's Economy.S. During FY2009/10 U.2013 .3% each fiscal year respectively.

4 Annual Change (%) -30.1 19.793.3%.5 8.5 -2. Corporate collections rose significantly percentage-wise.1 19.0 Annual Change (%) 10. However. Licenses and Fees collections fell by 20% and State General Fund revenue shrank by about 23. The next table ranks the revenue sources with the largest annual percentage declines and a $10 million or more decrease during FY2010/11: Annual Revenue Decreases Greater or Equal to $10 Million Annual Change (Million $) -47.Fiscal Year 2010/11 As the U. economic activity slowed down in Louisiana as well.8 8.0 Annual Change (Million $) 644.3 7. and with it tax revenue collection. and the State General Fund by 8.4 18.6 87. During FY2009/10 Taxes.3 1.2%.5 19.Revenue Summary .9 -18.770.4 Revenue Source Interest Earnings (SGF) Severance Tax The most important item with a significant reduction is the Severance Tax collection. The sales taxes (General and Motor) saw a healthy increase of 10.6 49. Licenses and Fees Statutory Dedications State General Fund The following table displays the revenue sources that showed an increase of at least $10 million over the prior fiscal year: Annual Revenue Increases Greater or Equal to $10 Million Annual Change (Million $) 247.S.2 595.7 50. Licenses and Fees collections increased by 7.5% and 18. the following fiscal year.7%.2 2. saw a modest recovery in the tax collections. economy entered into a recession late 2007.5 81. Taxes.2 46. This tax is not collecting as much due to a shift in production in natural gas from taxed to exempted production (Haynesville shale). and current collections are basically sustained by oil production (which are in secular decline). FY2010/11.3 Annual Change (%) 7.7 3.5 192.3 32. 7 . due to the high oil prices.0 Revenue Source General Sales Tax Individual Income Tax Corporate Franchise & Income Tax Royalties Vehicle Sales Tax Gasoline & Special Fuels Various Agency Receipts The highest percentage increase was in the Royalties. FY 2010/11 Actual (Million $) 9.3 Taxes.563. indicating an increase in demand. because the collection the previous fiscal year was so low.6%.

FY11. Licenses and Fees Statutory Dedications State General Fund 9.2013 .3 1.3 -26.4 29.8 -4.2 1.2 Revenue Source Corporate Franchise & Income Tax Various Agency Receipts Gasoline & Special Fuels 8 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . Both are expected to increase in collections.870.1 Revenue Source Royalties Individual Income Tax Tobacco Settlement General Sales Tax Vehicle Sales Tax As the economy slowly recovers. it is projected that tax revenue will see a recovery as well.8% increase) compared to the actual collection of the previous fiscal year. FY 2011/12 (Estimated) (Million $) Annual Change (Million $) Annual Change (%) Taxes.732.3 23.5 7.4 130.732.2 77.8 4.7 1.6 168.8 Annual Change (%) 20.0 81.8 77.2 million.4 -25. because of the expected recovery in economic activity. Licenses and Fees of $9. it still represents an increase of about $169 million (1. The following table ranks the revenue sources with the largest projected annual percentage declines during Fiscal Year 2011/12: Annual Revenue Decreases Greater or Equal to $20 Million Annual Change (Million $) -121. Royalties see a sizeable jump because of higher oil prices.1 8.Revenue Summary .Fiscal Year 2011/12 The Revenue Estimating Conference met on April 24. The biggest increases (in dollar terms) are projected to be in the two most important taxes of the state. the Individual Income Tax and the General Sales Tax.2 3.3 Annual Change (%) -46.8 million compared to the official forecast of the REC meeting in December 2011. 2012 and adopted a forecast for fiscal year FY2011/12 that projected an amount for Taxes. this was a reduction of about $193. The strength of such recovery is yet to be seen.3 91.2 -33.2 The following table ranks the revenue sources with the largest percentage growth and a $10 million or higher increase over the prior fiscal year: Annual Revenue Increases Greater or Equal to $20 Million Annual Change (Million $) 101.6 1. However.861.

This levy was one of the major causes of the reduction in the official forecast adopted in April 2012.5 -33. The following table ranks the revenue sources with the largest projected annual percentage declines during FY2011/12: Annual Revenue Decreases Greater than $10 Million Annual Change (Million $) -94. because production volumes of oil and natural gas in the taxed areas have been falling over the last few years.8 -3.4 -19. 9 .3 Revenue Source Severance Tax Various Agency Receipts Gasoline & Special Fuels Severance tax collections have been falling.During Fiscal Year 2011/12 corporate collections have shown to be a disappointing revenue stream.9 Annual Change (%) -12. as noted above.7 -26.

8 1. Licenses and Fees Statutory Dedications State General Fund FY 2012/13 Forecast (Million $) 9.103.7 4. It projects a moderate increase in the state general fund for the fiscal year (3.Fiscal Year 2012/13 The REC meeting in April 2012 also revised the forecast for FY2012/13. but steady increase in economic activity over the coming year.1 The following table shows revenue sources that are projected to increase by $10 million or more during Fiscal Year 2012/13: Annual Revenue Increases Greater or Equal to $10 Million Annual Change (Million $) 141.3 -0.0 Annual Change (Million $) 225.6 1.1 16.8 1.4 -30.1 10.1 -20.7 Revenue Source Individual Income Tax General Sales Tax Vehicle Sales Tax Corporate Franchise & Income Tax Severance Tax Gasoline & Special Fuels The increase projected in these revenues is linked to the expectation of a slow.0 14.5 Annual Change (%) -28.0 Annual Change (%) 5.4 Annual Change (%) 2. this is particularly true for the Individual Income Tax and the General Sales Tax.8 8.5 -10. but continual increase in economic activity.Revenue Summary .6 15.1%).4 Revenue Source Tobacco Settlement Royalties Various Agency Receipts 10 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . compared to the projection for the previous fiscal year.854. Taxes.9 14.0 128.9 5. The modest increase can be explained by a slow.0 10.8 3.2013 .957.9 -5.8 241. The following table ranks the revenue sources with the largest projected annual percentage declines and a $10 million or more estimated decrease during Fiscal Year 2012/13: Annual Revenue Decreases Greater or Equal to $10 Million Annual Change (Million $) -39.

REVENUE LOSS SUMMARY
Tax type (Listed in order of magnitude by FYE 6-11) Income tax - corporation (Note 2) Sales tax (Note 2) Income tax - individual Natural Resources - sev erance (Note 2) Tax incentives and exemption contracts (Note 3) Petroleum products tax Tobacco tax (Note 2) Corporation franchise tax Public utilities and carriers taxes (Note 1) Liquors - alcoholic beverage taxes Inheritance tax Gift tax Telecommunications tax (Note 1) Hazardous waste disposal tax (Note 1) Total tax revenue loss

FYE 6-09
$1,296,329,738 $1,284,143,000 $989,923,868 $225,514,000 $289,797,404 $11,039,300 $8,898,513 $881,614 $2,337,000 $1,489,800 $324,000 $449,000 $22,100 $17,500 $4,111,166,838

FYE 6-10
$1,314,871,880 $1,168,663,244 $1,074,086,944 $425,444,000 $419,298,314 $10,889,800 $7,873,365 $1,595,642 $2,212,600 $1,493,600 $154,000 $45,000 $22,500 $15,500 $4,426,666,389

FYE 6-11
$1,459,098,421 $1,391,616,707 $1,129,817,215 $431,575,500 $398,882,929 $10,905,450 $8,458,095 $7,506,496 $2,693,400 $1,468,900 $80,000 $26,000 $19,800 $17,000 $4,842,165,913

FYE 6-12 (projected)
$1,488,145,000 $1,415,459,882 $1,159,687,000 $444,668,000 No data $11,415,000 $8,475,000 $7,657,000 $2,700,000 $1,475,000 $20,000 $0 $20,000 $20,000 $4,539,741,882

FYE 6-13 (projected)
$1,517,908,000 $1,444,150,029 $1,181,774,000 $448,462,280 No data $11,415,000 $8,475,000 $7,810,000 $2,700,000 $1,475,000 $10,000 $0 $20,000 $20,000 $ 4,624,219,309

Notes: 1 Included on the miscellaneous tax table. 2 Amounts for FYE 6-09 and 6-10 have been revised in order to reflect the revenue losses obtained from more reliable sources. 3 Amount for FYE 6-10 has been revised in order to reflect the revenue losses obtained from more reliable sources. The "Revenue Loss Summary" is published by the Department of Revenue in the Tax Exemption Budget 2011-2012, and included in the State Budget per R.S. 39:56D. (To See the complete "Five-Year Revenue Loss" document, please visit: http://revenue.louisiana.gov/sections/Publications/sp.aspx)

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STATEWIDE STATE GENERAL FUND REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES

REVENUES: Total State General Fund Official Revenue Estimate - (REC of 04/24/2012) Act 597 of 2012 Funds Bill at Appropriated Act 23 of 2012 use of Capital Outlay TOTAL STATE GENERAL FUND REVENUES ESTIMATED
$8,103,000,000 $116,904,310 $38,539,470 $8,258,443,780

EXPENDITURES: General Operating Appropriations - Act 13 Ancillary Operating Appropriations - Act 43 Non-Appropriated Requirements Judicial Operating Appropriations - Act 63 Legislative Operating Appropriations - Act 73 Capital Outlay Appropriations - Act 23 TOTAL STATE GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
$7,731,909,922 $0 $330,074,344 $142,862,434 $69,263,933 $1,300,000 $8,275,410,633

Excess (Deficiency) Revenues to Expenditures OGB Premium Rate Adjustment Act 13 Preamble Adjustment Excess (Deficiency) Revenues to Expenditures

($16,966,853)

$10,280,636 $11,778,842

$5,092,625

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STATEWIDE DISCRETIONARY AND NON-DISCRETIONARY EXPENDITURES
The majority of Louisiana’s State General Fund budget is considered non-discretionary, which means that certain expenditures must be funded because of constitutional or other mandates. A breakout of non-discretionary expenditures is provided below.

NON-DISCRETIONARY STATE GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY CATEGORY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013
Millions $4,000

$3,500

TOTAL NON-DISCRETIONARY $5,920,157,525

$3,000

$2,500

$2,000

$1,500

$1,000

$500

$0

Constitution 3,634,917,136

Due to Court Order 3,527,193

Avoidance of Court Order 263,077,026

Appropriated Debt Service 82,494,712

Due to Federal Mandate 876,354,030

Statutory Obligations 249,815,512

Subject to Legislative Discretion 225,903,526

Unavoidable Obligations 584,068,390

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NON-DISCRETIONARY EXPENDITURES Required by the Constitution · Salary of Statewide Elected Officials · Cost of elections and ballot printing · Non-public School Textbooks and Minimum Foundation Program · Parish Transportation and TIME Project funding · Interim Emergency Board · Revenue Sharing · Debt Service - Net State Tax Supported Debt · Severance tax dedication to parishes · Parish Royalty Fund dedication to parishes · Highway Fund # 2 dedications to Mississippi River Bridge Authority and Causeway Commission · Supplemental Pay Due to Court Order · Representation for mental health patients · Medical care of some state prisoners Avoidance of Court Order · Various litigations involving community-based waiver options · Elderly and disabled adult waiver litigation · Instruction Special School Districts #1 and #2 - Juvenile Justice Settlement Needed to Pay Debt Service · Debt Management Program (Treasury) · Debt Service of state-owned buildings paid by Office of Facilities Corporation · Rent in state-owned buildings paid by state agencies to Office of Facilities Corporation · Corrections Debt Service – Louisiana Correctional Facilities Corporation · Higher Education Debt Service and Maintenance Due to Federal Mandate · Mandatory Medicaid Services · Federal Safe Drinking Water and Air Acts Needed for Statutory Obligations · District Attorney and Assistant District Attorneys' salaries · Local Housing of State Adult Offenders · Peace Officer Standards & Training reimbursement to local Law Enforcement agencies · Parole Board · Medical care of prisoners Subject to Legislative Discretion · Legislative Expenses · Judicial Expenses Needed for Unavoidable Obligations · Group Benefits for Retirees · Maintenance of State Buildings from state agencies to Division of Administration · Legislative Auditor Fees · Adult Probation and Parole – Field Services Program · Family Preservation and Children Services offered by the Department of Children and Family Services · DHH-Eastern LA Mental Health System - Forensic Facility · Corrections Services – Incarceration of adult inmates

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STATE BUDGET FY 2012 - 2013

Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Appropriated Discretionary State General Fund Expenditures by Functional Area (Total $2,355,253,108) Public Safety 4.8%

Bu sin ess & In frastructure 3.3%

Education 44.2%

Human Resources 40.2%

Busin ess & In frastructure $77,477,052

Gen eral Governmen t 6.2% En viron ment & Natural Resou rces 1.3%

Ed ucatio n $1,042,272,153 En viro n men t & Natural Reso urces $30,011,341 G en eral Go vern men t $145,925,418 Human Reso urces $946,653,661 Public Safety $112,913,483

Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Appropriated Non-Discretionary State General Fund Expenditures by Functional Area (Total $5,920,157,525)

Public Safety 11.9%

Business & Infrastructure 0.1%

Environment & Natural Resources 0.1%

General Government 10.6%

Education 55.7%

Human Resources 21.6%

Ed ucatio n $3,295,461,971 Human Reso urces $1,278,167,100 Gen eral Go vern men t $627,264,209 Public Safety $705,928,195 Busin ess & In frastructure $8,743,777 En viro n men t & Natural Reso urces $4,592,273

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2013 .DISCRETIONARY/NON-DISCRETIONARY STATE GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013 (Excluding Double Counts and Contingencies) Discretionary 28% Non-Discretionary 72% 18 STATE BUDGET FY 2012 .

730 $126.584.811.852 $74.926 $58.444.160 $168.371 $47.321.606 $19.152 $279.360 $550. NAME Executive Veterans State Justice Lt.986.921 $3. App.249 $0 $99.353 $332.764 $72.895.297 $1.149.427.411.602.246.799.875.275 $2.Discretionary and Non-Discretionary Funding by Department DEPT.516.108 $441.528.845.087 $270.740.730.695 $53.336 $92. Other Requirements Ancillary No n-Appropriated Judicial App.015.120 $0 $2.502.012.480. Governor Treasury Public Service Ag riculture & Forestry Insurance Economic Develo pment Culture.049.606 $30.689.695.988. of Education Health Care Services Div.530 $250.250.594.757.949.918.277.259.334 $12.765 $103.061 $90.469 $699.273 Total $3.728.952 $90.955.765 $103.937 $4.629.544 $203.467.585 $86.363.778.076 $3.444 $17. Rec.250.854.309.648.933 $43. Bill Special Acts Ca pital Outlay Total State Discretionary $3.671.146.708 $8.147.881.792.351 $29.534.903.459 $7.648 $31.149.231 $4.667 $57.093 $40.553.821.149 $4.801 $483.443.347.641 $441.911.162 $11.440.517 $57.845.015.335 $16.869 $3.046.120.831 $28.924.295.574.400. Bill Leg.369 $0 $2.065 $9.553 $438. & Development Co rrections Public Safety Yo uth Services Health & Hospitals Children & Family Services Na tural Resources Revenue Environmenta l Quality Workforce Co mmission Wildlife & Fisheries Civil Service Retirement Systems Higher Education Other Education Dept.612 $42.674.350.338.319 $274.395 $198.995 $23.929 $7.619.458.517. & Tourism Trans.870.423.344 $162.223 $0 $1.036 $805.217.457.517 $1.674.724 $95.375 $115.716 19 .109 $420.429.759 $4.410.806.223 $0 $0 $10.250.172 $329.899.441.120.520.551 $1.828 $7.281.804 $775.683 $473.172 $825.198 $56.038.177 $5.460.308.533 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1.106 $463.139 $9.344.173.482.368 $50.681.931 $4.071.514.481.730.926 $386.876 $29.466 $117.256 $1.443 Non-Discretionary $21.795.254.771 $4.546.574.344 $162.589.957.433.335 $121.484 $521.992.657.610 $1.355 $10.091 $173.876 $86.667 $1.662 $25.646.445.180 $77.622.949.721.120 $757.037.379 $9.727.

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038.061 9.615 35.852 Executive Department 03_130 03_131 03_132 03_134 03_135 03_136 Department of Veterans Affairs 04_139 Secretary of State 04_141 Office of the Attorney General Lieutenant Governor Office of the Attorney General 04_146 Lieutenant Governor 04_147 State Treasurer State Treasurer 04_158 Public Service Commission Public Service Commission 21 .678.459 $58.356 $465.049 9.329 0 331.232 $45.723 $1.962.482 $5.330 0 0 1.997 $300.183.000 297.379 $12.988.628.979.464.829 $1.200 0 0 0 32.909.028 9.028 272.960 $384.509.131 0 51.240.819.310 2.413 3.501 6.321.452 $0 $0 $2.103.852 Interim Emergency Federal Funds Board $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $1.377 0 7.078 $11.640 2.432.909.280.870 $20.782 12.784.139.553.012.835 36.905 570.018.281.467.229.564 $5.255 $5.541 1.723 $0 $0 $0 $0 Statutory Dedications $202.522 $465.350.089.632.229.457 0 0 0 25.597 43.828.510 $0 $0 Agency Agency Name 01_100 01_101 01_102 01_103 01_106 01_107 01_109 01_111 01_112 01_116 01_124 01_126 01_129 01_133 01_254 01_255 Executive Office Office of Indian Affairs Office of Inspector General Mental Health Advocacy Service Louisiana Tax Commission Division of Administration Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Prep Department of Military Affairs Louisiana Public Defender Board Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District Board of Tax Appeals Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement Office of Elderly Affairs Louisiana State Racing Commission Office of Financial Institutions Department of Veterans Affairs Louisiana War Veterans Home Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home Southwest Louisiana War Veterans Home Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home Southeast Louisiana War Veterans Home Secretary of State General Fund (Direct) $7.334 $7.295.281.185 20.948 0 0 0 0 0 $5.551.000 0 0 1.070.926 $72.000 1.509.240 35.733.613.125.419 0 5.962.774.628.261 63.000 39.196.356 $1.055.334 $12.038.431 745.499 2.420 4.589.482 $6.746 $7.035 22.295.287 $3.220 $19.699 0 $251.601.243 0 0 550.271.273.587 $1.547.949 33.525.467.130 50.529.639.295.670 0 0 37.042 12.839 0 1.354.000 $8.983 6.791 31.633.254.427 3.644.458 25.746 $19.875.811 0 0 174.223.343 12.852 $9.000 33.000 177.565.848.200.495.350.149.500 150.522 $20.926 $58.582 2.495.232 $12.844 10.432.354.000 0 6.546 94.312.055.948 $45.070.108 6.467.636 $0 $0 $6.379 $9.404.554.158.513 7.046 4.175.870 $384.417 $2.452 $1.804 370.671 400.255 $0 $0 $0 $0 Total Funds $13.012.845.500 0 0 $448.271.759 $395.910.903.873.875.344 13.823.311.FY13 RECOMMENDATION BY AGENCY AND MEANS OF FINANCING Total Fees and SelfInteragency generated Transfers Revenues $2.675 $921.758 $7.930.587 $12.000 $25.852 $9.110 $11.666.932.125 9.144.725.791 11.156.932.667 $8.410 $15.384.562 6.774.528 1.392 1.267 1.417 $9.252.453.382 7.335 4.843 1.287 $121.628.000 0 0 0 0 0 $300.135 88.166 $57.000 $7.459 $7.758 $25.295.927 $34.254.774.078 $7.350.457.674.254.288.555 6.000 63.613 78.613.395.680.997.295.066 2.235 20.672 $908.110 $0 $0 $2.491.144.768.083.597.529 1.717 0 0 $145.519 9.949.467.145 0 0 $2.348.736 3.939 2.149.817.555 0 329.764 $72.510 $8.240.570 2.007 0 5.

650 100.231.081 942.146.386 $1.818 $879.725.165.617 51.990 4.757.500 $8.941.871.366.214 7.000 677.899.213.419.583 2.465 Interim Emergency Federal Funds Board $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $7.487 2.333 $31.786 157.104 31.498.245 6.426.676 25.046.001 51.839 6.000 43.392.815 7.066.Agency Agency Name 04_160 Agriculture and Forestry General Fund (Direct) $26.582 $0 $0 $4.509 2.450 $4.019 22.423.498.495.742.287 14.250.508.696 17.180.195 19.648 $31.260.371 $31. Sixty Rayburn Correctional Center Adult Probation and Parole Office of Management and Finance Office of State Police Office of Motor Vehicles Office of Legal Affairs Office of State Fire Marshal Louisiana Gaming Control Board Corrections Services 08_418 08_419 08_420 08_421 08_422 08_423 22 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . Paul Phelps Correctional Center Louisiana State Penitentiary Avoyelles Correctional Center Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women Winn Correctional Center Allen Correctional Center Dixon Correctional Institute J.303 $0 0 100.325.031.623 0 51.553 $33.361 $3.019 2.998 1.812 $0 4.473.252.738 25.200.544.691.454 1.420 17.529 $31.941.926.151.582 $26.871.171.149.001 1.386 $9.216 $4.968.160.271 38.634 0 90.509.973.039.714 0 54.621.465 Agriculture and Forestry 04_165 Commissioner of Insurance Office of the Secretary Office of Business Development Commissioner of Insurance 05_251 05_252 Department of Economic Development 06_261 06_262 06_263 06_264 06_265 06_267 Office of the Secretary Office of the State Library of Louisiana Office of State Museum Office of State Parks Office of Cultural Development Office of Tourism Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism 07_273 07_275 07_276 Administration Public Works and Intermodal Transportation Engineering and Operations Department of Transportation and Development 08_400 08_401 08_402 08_405 08_406 08_407 08_408 08_409 08_412 08_413 08_414 08_416 08_415 Corrections Administration C.489.531 124.782 112.360 $46.050.184 153.001 51.332.038.600 0 Total Funds $74.048.905 $90.490 299.663 68.687 34.126.389.B.236.003 102.325.889 $13.470 $6.764 48.798.399 0 503.400 922.848 $47.188.104 19.575 147.824 9.991 $19.292 $0 0 26.716.104.537 $419.300 119.592.894.566.409.904 0 40.559 $28.866 $463.350.180.684 32.818 $7.450 $0 4.749.433.495 0 426.559.570 0 1.917 $26.231 $398.097 2.503 0 2.454 $472.324 20.564 32.000 0 0 0 Total Fees and SelfInteragency generated Transfers Revenues $1.898 $7.371 $16.832.893 20.000 0 $6.933 43.514 $70.654.270.014.500 386.284.559 $604.000 $11.154 0 17.761.883.876 23.202 4.810 17.059.493.308 9.924 0 Statutory Dedications $31.660 $7.697 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $1.477 $0 0 9.274 40.445 $1.742.761.000 29.106 $37.470 $28.000 354.000 51.221.309.789 21.648 $74.789 1.200.714.480.781. Levy Dabadie Correctional Center Elayn Hunt Correctional Center David Wade Correctional Center B.000 $100.460 112.492.289.333 $1.952 $4.480.541.945.000 $1.001 172.973.203 17.445 $0 $0 $0 398.060.662.747.847.329 $37.588 0 216.716.527.913.876 922.847.751 4.551.994 28.136 1.197 $3.820.204 $0 0 0 8.159.514.239.999 325.040.776.389.395.870 $0 90.625.084 1.000 0 2.042.143 188.000 47.812.787.072 2.444.000 $33.199.681.181.876 44.180 124.065.480.200.812 $879.000 $6.000 $54.2013 .504.707 $550.411 $1.967 $0 0 100.825 2.745 18.360 $565.456 $41.697 $0 10.463 0 $37.146.116.178 24.174 4.038 30.231 $479.480.607.734.774 $46.371.991 17.949 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 54.574 61.411 $26.427.234.860.002 0 $4.

239.822.853 5.080 4.820 2.190.033 $18.730 38.724 $95.708 $25.655.000 $100.147.292 573.644.048.007 $4.505 1.677.190.683.853 20.277.767 24.660 $18.962 12.660 $6.945.787.179 105.213 $5.001.308.397 $2.708 $121.681 Statutory Dedications 1.333.966 $959.996.739.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED Agency Agency Name 08_424 08_425 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission Louisiana Highway Safety Commission Office of Juvenile Justice General Fund (Direct) 0 0 $100.789.875 $93.837 41.697 3.152 5.223.321.123.139.988 90.273.234.016 12.345 Total Fees and SelfInteragency generated Transfers Revenues 0 2.000 20.447 2.841.868.100.000 1.834 6.743.355.069.695.899 6.862.753.687 3.641 108.285.443 $2.289.521 0 20.311.982.864 $61.980 $119.982.864 $500.097 Department of Children and Family Services 11_431 11_432 11_434 11_435 Office of the Secretary Office of Conservation Office of Mineral Resources Office of Coastal Management Department of Natural Resources 12_440 Office of Revenue Department of Revenue 13_850 13_851 13_852 13_855 Office of the Secretary Office of Environmental Compliance Office of Environmental Services Office of Management and Finance Department of Environmental Quality 14_474 Workforce Support and Training 23 .432 1.036.758 15.309 $100.036 $805.521.018.598 7.378 $705.000 $345.963 0 6.528 $959.091 $49.066 13.796 $0 23.305.228.918.085.392 148.697.864.201 32.000 0 0 40.414.069.373 20.403 37.368 37.730 $95.796 $891.091 $805.796.875 20.480 $438.266 0 500.727 0 $218.796 131.439 0 0 25.589.047 $196.426.030 739.746 0 $5.842.064 54.218 334.172.814 52.798 $16.933.943 15.493 88.075.945.285.833.977.933.730 $12.180.241.411.430 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $5.014 498.439.400 $167.291.521 $99.606.000 3.804 1.278 57.288 90.528 $4.671.407 1.925.185.147.059.004.146 $620.732.041 1.000 $272.853 10.026.409.315 6.833.955.000 $8.150.917.166.007 $883.000 20.805.116 $272.234.899.996.500 $2.594.892 134.520.727 28.861.840.592.253.784 0 0 243.764 $161.612.764 $2.796 33.724 $100.398 $2.359.905 $36.792.050.610.041 $7.239.518 $65.000 $69.034 86.740.189 $5.540 15.426.165 $347.360.278.620.297.861.034 1.003 2.506 7.123.960.905 1.234.364 22.390.423 $30.796.000 30.202 $524.000 $0 0 0 0 0 3.821 $16.218 23.842 $8.453.548.290 383.681 15.942 $30.926.752.655 91.041 $705.000 0 0 0 $500.027 10.150.300 $7.482 86.225 $138.529.300 $347.335 $22.708.993.724 $15.081.113.181 3.740.942 $620.803.425 56.052 226.070 6.335 $121.134.996.220 $891.579 186.004 28.226.207.696.053 12.798.415 189.544 Public Safety Services 08_403 Youth Services 09_300 09_301 09_302 09_303 09_304 09_305 09_306 09_307 09_309 09_320 09_324 09_325 09_326 09_330 09_340 Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority Florida Parishes Human Services Authority Capital Area Human Services District Developmental Disabilities Council Metropolitan Human Services District Medical Vendor Administration Medical Vendor Payments Office of the Secretary South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority Office of Aging and Adult Services Louisiana Emergency Response Network Board Acadiana Area Human Services District Office of Public Health Office of Behavioral Health Office for Citizens w/ Developmental Disabilities Department of Health and Hospitals 10_360 Office of Children and Family Services $1.875 1.986.851 $883.781 0 2.759.313 11.100 72.398 $5.206.805.362 18.045.812 0 0 6.797 $17.461 316.350 $44.768 $474.839 9.798 $285.403.313.189 $9.561 32.492.827 0 Interim Emergency Federal Funds Board 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25.994 0 3.037.593.497.076.550 Total Funds 1.363.455 $61.190.928.423.558 10.634.518 $93.000 2.459 $161.356 $126.762.853 611.845.322 332.855 20.713.200 $173.192.373 0 34.152 $279.255.524 26.424.423.000 $105.507.896 9.

202 $0 0 532.214 15.945 $0 $0 $1.631.061 $14.472.795 132.275.164 113.333.588.835.044 7.175 50.765.500 75.127 293.277 4.Contributions Department of Civil Service 18_586 Retirement Systems 19A_671 Board of Regents LA Universities Marine Consortium Office of Student 19A_661 Financial Assistance 19A_600 LSU System 19A_674 Southern University System University of Louisiana 19A_620 System LA Community & 19A_649 Technical Colleges System 19A_615 Higher Education 19B_653 19B_655 19B_657 19B_662 19B_666 19B_673 LA Schools for the Deaf and Visually Impaired Louisiana Special Education Center Louisiana School for Math.141 3.667.839 2.304 $1.798 70.076 47.956 385.817 76.988.401 32.005 74.736.Agency Agency Name Louisiana Workforce Commission 16_511 16_512 16_513 16_514 Wildlife and Fisheries Management and Finance Office of the Secretary Office of Wildlife Office of Fisheries General Fund (Direct) $8.143 13.718.120 Department of Wildlife and Fisheries 17_560 17_561 17_562 17_563 17_564 State Civil Service Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Ethics Administration State Police Commission Division of Administrative Law Teachers' Retirement System .221.205 25.000 Interim Emergency Federal Funds Board $0 $0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $167.943 16.654.463.428.923 0 $392.593 $767.172 $825.248 $16.475.411.676 575.230.182 16.120.400.415.463 $35.482 $3.209 0 0 $152.116.516.583.372.904 0 0 0 $1.626.086 0 0 0 $105.000 0 $2.162.966.263 83.027.292 $92.025 $4.917 0 582.502.034.422.411. Science and the Arts Louisiana Educational TV Authority Board of Elementary & Secondary Education New Orleans Center for Creative Arts Special Schools and Commissions 19D_678 State Activities 19D_681 Subgrantee Assistance 19D_682 Recovery School District Minimum Foundation 19D_695 Program Non-Public Educational 19D_697 Assistance 19D_699 Special School Districts Department of Education 19E_610 LA Health Care Services Division 24 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .627 $548.778.864 479.926 1.253 $100.749 $153.347.358 3.530.350.393.336.508 $203.177 $131.000 85.931 $69.353 1.040.999 0 0 $278.345.280 15.410.136.972 154.524.867 7.000 375.273 5.330.232.543 0 0 0 $1.641 815.108.000 243.499.245 15.357 $25.772 131.413 1.706.722 11.747.967 $19.868.047 $1.295 0 118.830.155 $11.042.369 $0 $0 $66.695.873 4.561.612 Total Funds $279.927.422.662 $11.467 8.895 $26.867 8.289 122.746 Statutory Dedications $100.181 $25.937 3.543 $0 $0 $30.529 476.396 1.305 766.751.441 10.419.256 $47.368.584.926.911.591.343 387.155.272 1.747.978 $993.699 26.927.919.216 $38.831.619 $0 13.055.180.511 $0 $0 $14.000 120.028.936.285.895.872 0 5.636.944 $4.650 69.459 2.927.073.914 31.870.520.502.396 282.575.970 54.045 11.372.282.947.428.864 14.831 Total Fees and SelfInteragency generated Transfers Revenues $2.808.252.099 0 0 77.000.239.503 51.157.403 497.143 $21.667 46.451 1.978.715 4.691.619 575.565.370 $0 $0 $4.990.517.833.057 0 26.399.182.178.061.526 4.143 0 25.866.246 $5.927.345.860 $35.998.438 3.426.097 $355.851 $29.260 248.330 $192.069.350 $0 1.969.430 $9.498 0 0 5.2013 .336 $26.668.612 $2.651.000 39.108 375.768 $0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 3.067.538 6.543 3.919.813.861 0 264.900 15.563.512 4.112.420.867 322.739 $17.148 $623.275.631 0 0 0 7.513 467.285.189 $10.153 $0 20.482 80.615.975 $0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $15.086 $57.117.816.347 $122.093.709.813.040 $67.876.367 35.847.599.926.146 $128.391.303.261.023.301 $575.544 $10.031 29.299 79.467 14.598.688 $84.328 4.909.721 26.349.592.206 25.074.952 1.000 6.810 10.022.768.893.196.397.344.265.996 85.

629 16.097 43.000.297 0 400.740 8.737.000 400.936.000.572.181.093.948 55.624 Supplemental Pay to Law 20_966 Enforcement Personnel DOA .312 19.000.084.084.934 0 1.516.194.891 0 0 0 27.120 $181.650.492 45.645.625.793.292.000.800 51.520.341 46.535 72.490 203.645.535 27.289.000.000 57.000 474.559.347.621.128.610 $8.722 $0 0 0 0 $128.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED Agency Agency Name LSU Health Care Services Division 20_451 20_452 20_901 20_903 20_905 20_906 20_923 20_924 20_930 20_931 20_932 20_933 20_939 20_940 20_941 20_945 20_950 Local Housing of State Adult Offenders Local Housing of State Juvenile Offenders Sales Tax Dedications Parish Transportation Interim Emergency Board District Attorneys & Assistant District Attorney Corrections Debt Service Video Draw Poker .000 8.651.145.000.119.863.404. Thibodaux Training Academy Central Regional Laundry Office of Group Benefits Office of Risk Management Administrative Services Louisiana Property Assistance Federal Property Assistance Office of Telecommunications Management Prison Enterprises Office of Aircraft Services Clean Water State Revolving Fund Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Severance Tax Dedication Parish Royalty Fund Payments Highway Fund Number Two Motor Vehicle Tax Interim Emergency Fund Ancillary Appropriations 22_917 22_918 22_919 22_920 25 .357 0 0 1.700.000.931 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 202.142 5.029 51.308.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 45.075.000 40.231 0 1.000 11.300 18.996 1.271.500.000 4.707 2.159.357 6.500.429.000 11.290 0 $6.341 46.197 55.000 34.028.000 34.234.000 40.270.528 129.000 $1.796 52.049 $2.768 0 0 $1.000 0 0 0 146.911.522.119.313.000 $0 0 40.159.650.187.039.000 0 43.000 0 Interim Emergency Federal Funds Board $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 $84.577 3.849 59.746 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.000.831 $181.441 0 0 0 0 $195.724 0 0 $295.858 2.374.418.129 $757.404.894.280.260 0 0 0 0 0 $4.875 740.308.006.000.039.891 40.191.441 19.129 $506.815 3.890.090 0 0 0 44.771.510.010 4.075.000 150.000 150.Debt Service and Maintenance LED Debt Service/State Commitments Two Percent Fire Insurance Fund Governors Conferences and Interstate Compacts Prepaid Wireless Tele 911 Svc Emergency Medical Services-Parishes & Municip Agriculture and Forestry Pass Through Funds State Aid to Local Government Entities Judgments General Fund (Direct) $29.689.400.874 22.181.271.Debt Service and 20_977 Maintenance 20_XXX Funds Other Requirements 21_790 21_796 21_800 21_804 21_805 21_806 21_807 21_808 21_811 21_829 21_860 21_861 Donald J.494.030 5.976 9.818 $0 0 0 2.169 10.229.052 8.000 0 0 0 1.400.430.612 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.000 19.371.903 13.528 129.815 3.000.696.000 57.734.176 5.890.000.171.166 906.959 0 $44.068.450.000 $81.193 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 4.875 30.081 1.097 0 29.142 5.000 $43.651.641 $43.300 0 474.261.445.290 $5.227.049.624 Total Fees and SelfInteragency generated Transfers Revenues $548.000.689.000 18.042.000.333 4.919 $0 0 0 0 Statutory Dedications $35.507.735 35.252 3.566 24.Local Government Aid Higher Education .155 28.030 33.119 221.600.260 $0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 0 0 0 Total Funds $825.393.

027.606 Non-Appropriated Requirements 23_949 Louisiana Judiciary Judicial Expense 24_951 24_952 24_954 24_955 24_960 24_962 House of Representatives Senate Legislative Auditor Legislative Fiscal Office Legislative Budgetary Control Council Louisiana State Law Institute Special Acts / Judgments Legislative Expense 25_950 Special Acts Expense 26_115 26_279 Facility Planning and Control DOTD-Capital Outlay/ Non-State Capital Outlay Grand Total $0 $11.728.379.300.562.351.436.387.650.018.149.917.694.344 $162.033.893.823 2.500 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $8.422.422.728.855.430.831 $0 0 0 0 11.000 235.765 $162.367 1.568 20.568 20.012.434 $142.328.275.987 Total Funds 90.300.986.177.254 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 23.093 9.566 $0 $0 $69.000 $20.684 $3.862.361 $1.093 32.201.074.500 $10.574.150.303.263.000 $87.455 $28.961 Interim Emergency Federal Funds Board 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 $0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 $0 $0 $15.000 235.105.000.033.2013 .480 $3.389 2.410.694.State General Obligation Debt Service General Fund (Direct) 90.455 $3.133.000 $8.845.436.064.745 $30.223 $0 $0 $106.000.650.000 20.500.643 1.597.730.149.724 $0 $0 $12.694.831 $9.064.509 $69.436.933 $0 $0 $1.015.607.344 $142.000.297 19.314.430.720 $441.778 1.720 $330.000 $9.906 $1.633 Total Fees and SelfInteragency generated Transfers Revenues 0 0 $0 $10.566 0 0 0 $23.Agency Agency Name 22_921 22_922 Revenue Sharing .201.493.716 26 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .379.607.297 8.000.862.949.245 1.043.765 $27.949.987 5.480 18.000 0 $1.724 0 $11.000.434 $27.123 Statutory Dedications 0 0 $111.509 $103.

25 4 $ 4 .00 % 0 .74% -100.) (Ex c lus iv e of C on ting en ci es ) As of 12/0 1/2 011 Budge te d 201 1 .5 68 $ 85 6.5) $12 8.00 % 0 .002. 33 P O SITIO NS FR OM TH E O FFICE O F BE HAV IO RA L H EALT H ARE TR ANS FERR ED TO METR OP O LITAN HUMAN S E RVICE S AS NO N TO F TE.7 $.175.0 $25.3 88 .68 0 $ 33 1.00 5 $ 20 .275.4 $4.0 18 .2012 Bud geted T o F isc al Year 2012 .9 $2 5.00 % Tota l Do uble Co unts A n cilla ry S el f.61 % 27 .00 3.2 29 .2 0-9 05 In te rim Em er ge ncy Bo ar d A pp rop ria tion s In te ra ge ncy Tra nsfe rs T otal D ou ble C ou nts $1 . N OT FILLE D P OS ITION S.4 (6 .3 39 $0 $3 .50 0 $ 97 9.2 5 9) 4.69 8 ($ 28 .G en era ted L eg isla tive An cill ary En ter pri se Fun d L eg isla tive Au d ito r Fe es L ou isia na Pu bli c De fen de r Fu nd In dig en t P ar en t R ep res en ta tion Fun d In dig en t P ar en t R ep res en ta tion Fun d L A In te ro pe ra bili ty Com mu ni catio ns Fu nd D NA Te sting Po st.77 % 0 .O .590.9 06 $ 9.84 9.15% -8 .8 65 $ 35 0.36 8) ($ 1 64 .627.32 % -7 .00 % 0 .00 % 0 .00 6.1 06 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4 0.2013 App ro priated Tota l Funding a nd P osit ions (T.4 2 7 $10 1.63% 1.5 $14.00 % 0 .415.29 2.15% 0.76 6 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4 0.91 % 0 .COMPARISON OF EXISTING OPERATING BUDGET TO APPROPRIATED .00 % -0 .303.91 9 $ 35 0.03 0 $0 $ 3 .00 % -5 .6 22 $4 .42 5 $ 31 .00 3.55 2.6 $ 3.0 $1 4.00 0 $ 14 .9 82 $ 35 9.58 % 0 .6 1 % T OT AL ST ATE F UNDS F EDERAL FUNDS G RAND TO T AL TO TA L PO SIT ION S N OTE : P OS ITION S ARE AUTHO RIZE D.74 % 0 .0 00 $1 4.66 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 ($ 30 9) $0 ($ 1 85 .43 1 $9 .47 5) $ 67 .55 4.4 52 .5) ($9 1.74% -4.20 3.5 7 2.93 2 $1 22 .00 % 0 .00 % 0 .2 013 Ove r/(Unde r) B udgeted Perc ent Of Chan ge ST ATE G E NERAL F UND.00 % 0 .9 66 .55 7.3 13 .235.4 ($ 2. DIRECT STAT E GEN ER AL FUN D B Y: FEES AN D SELF-G ENER AT ED REVEN U ES STA TU TOR Y D EDI CA TIO NS IN TER IM EM ERG ENC Y B OAR D $8.56 % 14 .32 8.67 1. DO LLAR AMO UNT S ARE REP RE SE NTE D IN MILL IO NS Tota l Co nting en ci e s S tate G e ne ral F un d In te ra ge ncy Tra nsfe rs F ee s & Se lf-G en er ate d S tatu to ry Ded ica tio ns In te rim Em er ge ncy Bo ar d F ed era l Fun ds T otal C on tin ge n cies C on ti ng en t p ositio ns $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 0 .12 7.00 % 0 .52 1.9 $ 8.19 4.9 $3 7.08 4.00 % 0 . 68 6 $ 2.0 $1 1.8 13 $ 1 .324.4 37 .Co nvictio n Re lief for In dig e nts Fun d A ca de mic Imp ro vem en t Fu nd R ap id Re spo nse Fun d O ve rco llectio ns Fu nd In te rim Em er ge ncy Bo ar d .5 $11.813.0 $.03% $2.05 4 $0 $0 $1 77 .5) -0.7) ($.134.277.SUMMARY BY MOF C OM P ARIS O N: F Y 2011 .78 % -3 .00% -0.2 012 (Ex c lus i ve of Do ubl e Co unts ) Ap p ro pr iated Appropri ated 201 2 .00 % 0 .80 8) 1 .4 25 $3 1.2 ($18 9.

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278 12.159.657.469) 11.87 — 100.296.08 0.579 4.591.000 8.698 $74.022 0 11.98 29 Department Name Executive Department Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary of State Office of the Attorney General Lieutenant Governor State Treasurer Public Service Commission Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner of Insurance Department of Economic Development Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism Department of Transportation and Development Corrections Services Public Safety Services Youth Services Department of Health and Hospitals Department of Children and Family Services Department of Natural Resources Department of Revenue Department of Environmental Quality Louisiana Workforce Commission Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Department of Civil Service Retirement Systems Higher Education Special Schools and Commissions Department of Education LSU Health Care Services Division Other Requirements Total General Operating Appropriation Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $145.269.055.922 Over/Under EOB ($8.442 138.715 0 0 27.000 8.254.667.567.00 0.88 -4.174.633) 39.13 -2.399 43.General Operating Appropriations Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $153.564 5.165.034.143 38.976 1.986.697.996.000 419.046 2.559.991.414 157.13 2.002) (15.42 10.261.587 1.264.455 61.948 45.75 1.511 0 993.851 29.768 0 4.079) (2.468) 104.046 64.725 3.967 100.41 0.432.864 250.768 0 4.09 — -6.509.046) (214.787.239.193 $7.58 -1.472 38.864 500.190.239.326 0 250.045 3.234.75 -13.899.724 1.303 100.000 100.49 8.812.90 -8.33 13.009.COMPARISON OF EXISTING OPERATING BUDGET TO ENACTED State General Fund .032 5.120) (77.36 -54.144.664.232 12.831 506.758.475 .440) 0 2.991.724.992) 0 0 (801.231.00 — -1.05 — — -2.517 49.349.660 439.899.459 161.847.271.362 0 1.545.725 (1.129 61.275.473.582.256 3.062.351.287.464 466.723 0 0 26.62 -27.649.259.000 0 0 (51.534.466.185 692.431 (4.002 115.90 — 20.706.482.851) 0 (65.059.265.847.660) (19.75 -5.582 0 13.139) (38.725.252) 174.256) (4.909.805 (35.23 -10.895.683.613.197 37.707 1.495 $7.731.816.764 5.251.447 Percent of Change -5.851.467.43 -95.

344 142.543 0 0 $8.300.000 ($2.03 Department Name Ancillary Appropriations Non-Appropriated Requirements Judicial Expense Legislative Expense Special Acts Expense Capital Outlay Total State Appropriation Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 330.Other Appropriations Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 414.2013 .933 0 1.263.434 67.625.39 2.000 $8.000.434 69.80 — — -0.287) 4.633 Over/Under EOB $0 (84.422) 30 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .074.886.862.275.928.377.551.88 2.277.410.631 138.517.055 Percent of Change — -20.390 0 1.000 1.300.862.State General Fund .

458.658.667 57.091 173.244 78.017.027.516.090 728.483) (1.57 -15.336 92.514.892.672.517.649.65 -2.526.662 25.875.457.350.905) (7.400.120 757.533.518 0 3.277.611 435.718.502.59 1.803.65 -10.274 (9.036 805.738.724 95.708 8.08 0.254.467.369 0 2.093.952 90.426 54.839.212.363.573.818.392) (3.410.790.207 97.988.801 566.213.512.049.559 (16.588.046.335.103 133.24 -3.186 ($75.General Operating Appropriations Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $3.106 463.303) 36.57 -7.216.137 Over/Under EOB ($17.965.837.583 93.999.360 550.17 -3.67 -1.371 47.911.13 -14.016.764 72.952.970 73.852 74.759) 2.28 Department Name Executive Department Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary of State Office of the Attorney General Lieutenant Governor State Treasurer Public Service Commission Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner of Insurance Department of Economic Development Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism Department of Transportation and Development Corrections Services Public Safety Services Youth Services Department of Health and Hospitals Department of Children and Family Services Department of Natural Resources Department of Revenue Department of Environmental Quality Louisiana Workforce Commission Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Department of Civil Service Retirement Systems Higher Education Special Schools and Commissions Department of Education LSU Health Care Services Division Other Requirements Total General Operating Appropriation Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3.334 12.177 5.553 438.060.64 -15.50 -47.130) (43.60 4.441.05 -5.931.145.063 88.74 -15.893) (1.423.543.913.044) (15.27 -2.876 8.480.26 -11.836) (463.138.468.147.946) (1.015) (35.740.965 25.467 804.01 -0.903.379 9.363.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED Total Means of Financing .33 0.804) (2.718) (3.084 143.695.308.804 5.170 12.427.39 2.423.121 498.641 949.627) (304.030 29.918.146.459 7.111) 1.556.501 90.132.792.29 -21.206.590.648 31.869.97 -4.398.012.42 7.321.490 81.433.093) 31 .272 10.089.452 33.344.245.078.623 203.439.926 58.295.325.743.058) 2.520.926.168) 640.335 121.568.247) (451.50 -0.277.89 -7.48 -5.544 203.240.373) (7.251 (22.15 — -3.429.942.870 283.851 0 (105.152 279.424 $26.728.44 5.172 825.365.395 (143.449 210.532) (29.578.405 8.730 126.295) 20.230 Percent of Change -0.898.610 $26.

344 162.680 (2.919.765 103.716 Over/Under EOB ($15.962.111.Total Means of Financing .949.94 -14.223 0 1.50 -0.Other Appropriations Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.265.844.012.990.14 — 3.833 ($127.631 159.773 $30.845.374) (76.2013 .42 Department Name Ancillary Appropriations Non-Appropriated Requirements Judicial Expense Legislative Expense Special Acts Expense Capital Outlay Total State Appropriation Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.110.030.015.142.76 2.871 Percent of Change -0.705.004.287) 3.606 $30.689.025.015 518.155) 32 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .46 -2.885.049.085 106.914) 0 38.574.149.986.730.641 441.451.137 0 1.

O.329 0 65.837) (2) (58) (600) 0 (6. T.191 775 212 0 27. Bill Legislative App. of Education Health Care Services Div. Corrections Public Safety Youth Development Svcs.740) (122) (13) (10) (43) (36) 2 1 0 (2. Budget (79) 5 0 (6) 0 (1) 0 (19) (2) (2) 3 (172) (263) 6 (66) (1.929 0 71.138) (197) 0 0 0 0 0 (6.322 5.427 Recommended Over/(Under) Exist.494 5.056 8.155 777 213 0 24.675 1. Rec.965 721 0 0 0 0 0 72.284 2. BIll Special Acts Capital Outlay TOTAL STATE 33 .021 2.458 4.837) (7) (61) (600) 0 (6.718 3.866 748 596 6.182 835 317 474 8 58 97 625 263 122 633 4.261 830 317 480 8 59 97 644 265 124 630 4.681 990 6. BILL Ancillary Non-Appropriated Judical App. & Tourism D.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED Position Analysis DEPARTMENT NAME Positions EOB as of 12/01/2011 2.911 516 0 0 0 0 0 66.686 Total Positions Eliminated (66) (1) 0 (9) 0 (1) 0 (19) (2) (2) (4) (172) (288) (13) (52) (1.703 750 654 6.082 380 802 805 1.960 367 792 762 1. Other Requirements GENERAL APP.054) (205) 0 0 0 0 0 (6. Op.335) Positions Total Moved From Positions Other Transferred Charges (21) 0 0 (1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 (14) (11) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 (25) (8) 0 0 0 0 0 (33) 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Total New Positions Added 8 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 25 0 0 51 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 105 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 Net Positions Recommended 2. Governor Treasury Public Service Agriculture & Forestry Insurance Economic Development Culture.259) Executive Veterans Affairs State Justice Lt.780) (122) (13) (10) (43) (36) 0 0 0 (2. D. Health & Hospitals Social Services Natural Resources Revenue Environmental Quality Labor Wildlife & Fisheries Civil Service Retirement Systems Higher Education Other Education Dept.

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Veterans’ Affairs. Federal Property Assistance. and Clean Water State Revolving Fund. Local Housing of State Juvenile Offenders. District Attorneys & Assistant District Attorneys. Wildlife and Fisheries. Capital Outlay. and Agriculture and Forestry . Donald J. Higher Education. Commissioner of Insurance. Agriculture and Forestry. Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement. Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service. Office of Indian Affairs. Human Resources includes: Health and Hospitals (and related Ancillary agencies). Civil Service (except agencies listed in Public Safety). Public Safety includes: Corrections Services. Governor’s Conferences and Interstate Compacts. State Treasurer. Natural Resources. Board of Tax Appeals. Legislative Expense. Louisiana Property Assistance. Video Draw Poker – Local Government Aid. Military Affairs. Environmental Quality. Sales Tax Dedications. Office of Financial Institutions. some of the assignments above do not follow strict budget schedule groupings but instead reflect primary mission or purpose of a department or agency. Public Defender Board. Department of Revenue. Youth Services. Office of Group Benefits. Non-Appropriated Requirements. Supplemental Pay to Law Enforcement Personnel. Public Safety Services (and related Ancillary agencies). State Police Commission. Office of Telecommunications Management. Local Housing of State Adult Offenders. Office of Elderly Affairs. and Emergency Medical Services – Parishes & Municipalities. Prison Enterprises. and Special Acts. Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District. Louisiana State University Medical Center Health Care Services Division. Children and Family Services. Therefore. Lieutenant Governor. Division of Administrative Law. Louisiana State Racing Commission. Office of Aircraft Services. Public Service Commission.COMPARISON OF EXISTING OPERATING BUDGET TO APPROPRIATED BY FUNCTIONAL AREA Explanation of Functional Areas Business and Infrastructure includes: Economic Development. and Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund. Louisiana Tax Commission. Education includes: Department of Education. Parish Transportation. Ethics Administration. State Aid to Local Government Entities. Retirement Systems.Pass Through Funds. and Higher Education Debt Service. Mental Health Advocacy Service. 35 . Louisiana Workforce Commission. Interim Emergency Board. General Government includes: Executive Office. Office of the Attorney General. Special Schools and Commissions. Central Regional Laundry. Secretary of State. Note: Some departments and agencies encompass programs and activities that could be assigned to more than one functional area. Administrative (Ancillary) Services. Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness. Thibodaux Training Academy. Culture. Corrections Debt Service. Environment and Natural Resources includes: Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration. Office of Risk Management. Two Percent Fire Insurance Fund. Recreation and Tourism. Judgments. Transportation and Development. Judicial Expense. Prepaid Wireless Tele 911 Service. Public Safety Services Cafeteria. Division of Administration (and related Ancillary agencies and DOA Debt Service and Maintenance). Office of the Inspector General.

148.4% General Government 9.346.1% General Government 10.0% Human Resources 27.224.275.676 Education $4.2013 Appropriated State General Fund Expenditures by Functional Area (Totals $8.0% Business & Infrastructure 0.734.761 Public Safety $818.410.189.656 General Government $843.361 Human Resources $2.4% Education 53.841.603.0% Education 52.614 General Government $773.055) Public Safety 10.277.4% Business & Infrastructure $86.2013 .9% Business & Infrastructure 1.633) Public Safety 9.928.678 36 STATE BUDGET FY 2012 .637.502.235 Environment & Natural Resources $34.943.4% Business & Infrastructure $73.3% Environment & Natural Resources 0.349.2012 EOB State General Fund Expenditures by Functional Area (Totals $8.980 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated State General Funded Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2012 .820.399.2% Environment & Natural Resources 0.124 Environment & Natural Resources $34.220.099.FY 2011-2012 EOB State General Funded Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2011 .829 Education $4.147 Public Safety $827.9% Human Resources 25.337.627 Human Resources $2.

0% Education 42.415.048.120.383.106.10% General Government 9.5% Education 42.2% General Government 8.9% Business & Infrastructure 15.090. and IEB) (Totals $14.2% Business & Infrastructure $2.840 General Government $1. Statutory Dedications.179.0% Human Resources 21.2012 EOB State Funded Expenditures by Functional Area (State General Fund.2013 Appropriated State Funded Expenditures by Functional Area (State General Fund.268.805.FY 2011-2012 EOB State Funded Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2011 .599 Environment & Natural Resources $510.287.647.969.089 Public Safety $1.5% Business & Infrastructure $2.014 Human Resources $3.955 Human Resources $3.514.270.898.407.503 Public Safety $1.390 Education $6.227 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated State Funded Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2012 .222. Statutory Dedications.091.879 Education $6.292. Fees & Self Generated.2% Human Resources 22.966) Public Safety 8.324.053.4% Environment & Natural Resources 3.155 Environment & Natural Resources $501.169.573) Public Safety 9.481 General Government $1.0% Environment & Natural Resources 3. and IEB) (Totals $14.146.407 37 .173.618. Fees & Self Generated.008.0% Business & Infrastructure 15.

2% Business & Infrastructure $228.909.208.931 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Federal Funded Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2012 .7% Business & Infrastructure $232.744.049 Education $1.331.162 Environment & Natural Resources $276.382.FY 2011-2012 EOB Federal Funded Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2011 .745) Public Safety 12.506 38 STATE BUDGET FY 2012 .330 General Government $1.283 Human Resources $6.539.303.8% Environment & Natural Resources 2.820.378.247.5% General Government 15.6% Human Resources 54.2013 Appropriated Federal Funds Expenditures by Functional Area (Totals $11.782.304 General Government $1.1% Education 14.602.486.3% Environment & Natural Resources 2.682 Human Resources $6.485) Public Safety 10.8% Business & Infrastructure 2.584.559.516.0% Education 11.893.2% Business & Infrastructure 2.954.128.0% General Government 13.174.600.440.8% Human Resources 58.277 Public Safety $1.2013 .109.927 Environment & Natural Resources $221.711 Public Safety $1.994.068 Education $1.2012 EOB Federal Funds Expenditures by Functional Area (Totals $11.

473.637 Human Resources $9.648.058) Public Safety 9.2013 AppropriatedTotal Expenditures by Functional Area (Totals $25.8% Business & Infrastructure $2.711) Public Safety 10.8% General Government 11.366 Public Safety $2.401.874.158.FY 2011-2012 EOB Total Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2011 .384.458 Education $7.1% General Government 10.590.214 Public Safety $2.401.705.1% Business & Infrastructure $2.082 Environment & Natural Resources $722.7% Business & Infrastructure 9.2012 EOB Total Expenditures by Functional Area (Totals $25.297 Human Resources $9.963.4% Education 28.560.414.158 FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Total Expenditures by Functional Area Fiscal Year 2012 .170 General Government $3.785 General Government $2.4% Education 30.807.037.709.913 39 .6% Environment & Natural Resources 2.557.983.469.928 Education $7.3% Business & Infrastructure 9.496.627.1% Human Resources 35.8% Human Resources 38.761 Environment & Natural Resources $786.764.350.438.9% Environment & Natural Resources 3.902.053.894.

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000 $1.890.559 $2.700.HISTORICAL TRENDS STATE GENERAL FUND REVENUE (In Millions) $3.003 $3.40 $2.10 Mineral Revenue $1.000 $4.278 $8.00 $155.90 Corporate $262.486.000 Official Forecast as of 4/24/12 $ 8.90 $2.500 $2.177.000 Official Forecast as of 4/24/12 $3.033.000 $6.000 TOTAL FY 2010-2011 TOTAL FY 2011-2012 TOTAL FY 2012-2013 $ 24.711 Appropriated $10.500 TOTAL FY 2010/2011 TOTAL FY 2011/2012 TOTAL FY 2012/2013 $ 7.10 $3.90 TOTAL MEANS OF FINANCING (Excluding Double Counts and Contingencies) (In Millions) $12.813 Federal $10.469.770.000.10 Other $699.00 $390.30 $685.90 Individual Income $2.60 $643.000 $8.569.10 $1.10 Gaming $388.918 $11.044.304 41 .627.404.134 $2.000 $2.000 $500 $0 FY 10/11 FY 11/12 FY 12/13 Sales Tax $2.027 $4.590.080 Actuals $ 25. Deds including IEB $4.90 $385.585 $8.00 $1.902.838.175 $11.30 $141.058 Budgeted at12/01/11 $ 25.090.268.357 Actual $ 7.627.236 Stat.103.000 $0 FY 10/11 FY 11/12 FY 12/13 General Fund $7.275 Self-Generated $1.257.10 $2.000 $2.500 $1.861.

000.2 Environment & Natural Resources 15.627.401.4 42 STATE BUDGET FY 2012 .6 Human Resources 9.7 9.083.569.000. 2.473.000.500.0 Education FY 10/11 FY 11/12 FY 12/13 7.052.0 9.0 3.613.000.1 2.2 73.000.090.058 Budgeted at 12/01/11 TOTAL FY 2012-2013 $ 25.500.709.4 818.0 1.000.9 7.2013 .6 9.0 1.401.3 86.0 3.496.000.9 843.8 786.158.384.000.8 11.500.000.6 2.0 1.337.764.9 34.099.9 2.410.8 Environment & Natural Resources 690.7 General Government 936.0 0.6 Human Resources 1.0 2.2 Public Safety 757.080 Actuals TOTAL FY 2011-2012 $ 25.0 3.6 4.0 2.055 Budgeted at 12/01/11 $ 8.9 General Govt.275.000.017.0 Education FY 10/11 FY 11/12 FY 12/13 4.0 (Millions) 6.0 0.0 (Excluding Double Counts and Contingencies) 4.5 722.705.0 7.347.613 Appropriated 4.000.0 TOTAL FY 2010-2011 TOTAL FY 2011-2012 TOTAL FY 2012-2013 $ 7.091.STATE GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES (In Millions) 5.8 7.000.0 TOTAL EXPENDITURES (Excluding Double Counts and Contingencies) TOTAL FY 2010-2011 $ 24.037.6 34.000.902.277.469.928.624.9 2.9 Public Safety 2.500.648.6 4.224.785.8 Business & Infrastructure 53.0 2.0 4.000.9 2.000.1 2.8 2.993 Actuals $ 8.000.2 3.0 5.0 8.590.4 Business & Infrastructure 2.399.1 773.711 Appropriated 10.8 827.0 500.

393.300.315) ($3.2013 Appropriated OFFICIAL EXPENDITURE LIMIT FOR FY '11 .870 ($3.37% $14.817.'12 Growth Factor 1.885.640 EXPENDITURE LIMIT FOR FY '12 .045.117.555 $15.140.095.691) 43 .912.'13 Appropriations Acts and Other Requirements Appropriations Acts and Other Requirements Over/(Under) Expenditure Limit Anticipated Adjustments Expenditures Over/(Under) Expenditure Limit after Anticipated Adjustments $4.EXPENDITURE LIMIT EXPENDITURE LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012 .624 $11.651.812.

827) $0 $0 ($3.160 $0 $990.074.785.EXPENDITURE LIMIT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012 .2013 .466) ($1.233) $0 $0 $0 $0 ($55.939. Federal B.984.986.313.344) 0 0 ($111. A transfer from another state agency.893.286.410. Sections 5 through 7.893.624 ($3.328.344) ($11.961 Federal Total $8.651.300.745 $30. State General Fund.015.865.745) ($12.643) $0 $0 $0 ($55.129) $0 $0 $0 $7.651. C.393. 6.691.619.716 Exempt in accordanc e with Assumption 3 Exempt in accordanc e with Assumption 4-A Exempt in accordanc e with Assumption 4-B Exempt in accordanc e with Assumption 4-C Exempt in accordanc e with Assumption 5 Exempt in accordanc e with Assumption 6 Exempt in accordanc e with Assumption 7 Total ($330.244.624 $4.303. Transfers from one state fund to another state fund are excluded.315) Less: OFFICIAL EXPENDITURE LIMIT FOR FY '12 .817.109. Self-Generated collections by any entity subject to the policy and management authority established by Article VIII.212.504.612) $0 $0 ($1. 44 STATE BUDGET FY 2012 .624 $4.823) $0 ($1.651.095.812.275.'13 AMOUNT EXPENDITURES OVER/(UNDER) OFFICIAL EXPENDITURE LIMIT ANTICIPATED ADJUSTMENTS: Contingencies. Statutory Dedicated Funds and Self-Generated Funds which are required to be deposited in the Treasury are to be included except those funds the origin of which are: A.2013 Appropriated State General Fund Appropriations Acts and Other Requirements Exemptions: Interagency Transfers $3.263.531. Department of Commerce data on personal income.410) ($111. Non-appropriated funds are excluded. 5.855. 3.419.116 $0 ($441.123 Statutory Dedications $3.870 ($3.985.698.140. board or commission.109.045.917. S.645.827) $0 ($3.328. Funds which are held by the State only in a Fiduciary capacity are excluded.651.129) $0 $11.117.018.000) $0 $0 ($14.645.555 $15. Carryforward funds from the prior fiscal year are excluded. net of exemptions IEB Total Anticipated Adjustments: $0 $4.018.303.500. 7.1.395) $0 ($503.624 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $4.279 $2.436. 4.889. The growth factor is derived from the U.254 Fees and Self-Generated $3.633 $11.562. Fisc al Year 2012-2013 reflects the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Ex ecutive Budget Recommendations.574. This is Colleges and Universities. 2.691) AMOUNT EXPENDITURES OVER/(UNDER) OFFICIAL EXPENDITURE LIMIT (after Anticipated Adjustments) ASSUMPTIONS USED IN THE EXPENDITURE LIMIT CALCULATION 1.141) $0 $0 $0 ($392.244.254) ($920.

985.241 $45.827 DPS CORR DHH/OMH LEGI $1. Thibodaux Training Academy/ Public Safety Services Cafeteria Prison Enterprises receipts from non-state agencies Net Exclusion from the Ancillary Bill Mental health services provided to HCSD Legislative Auditor fees transferred from state agencies $1. 30:2551] Ancillary Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund [R. §10(j)(2) The following funds are exempt on the basis of being a transfer from another state agency.871.865.313.531.466 Federal Funds Total of Funds exempt due to being Federal in origin The following funds are exempt on the basis of being self-generated collections by an entity subject to the policy and management authority established by Article VIII.827 Total of Funds exempt due to being subject to authority established by Art VII.823 Self-Generated HIED Cap Outlay Universities & Colleges including Technical Colleges Self-Generated Universities & Colleges including Technical Colleges Self-Generated $1.716 $0 $14.000. §10(J)(1) Statutory Dedications Cap Outlay DOTD EXEC ANCI DEQ DEQ DHH LWC DHH HIED/BESE SOS TTF federal receipts Capital Outlay [Art VII.425 $920.466 $14.347 $63.Art VII.142.S.688 $500.2013 Appropriations to be Excluded from the Expenditure Limit Calculations Calculations at Appropriated Department Description The following funds are exempt on the basis of being Federal in Origin Art VII.257.244.000 $1.000 $189.federal offshore revenue Help America Vote Act (HAVA) [RS 18:1400.612 Self-Generated DCFS Title IV-D used to supplant Federal Child Support Enforcement Expenditures [A.006.000.919 ($390.S. 46:2691] Louisiana Quality Education Support Fund [R.303.381) ($11.981.244.353. 17:3801] .059) $906. J.S.177 $49.690.S.212. board.480 $1.763) ($4. 30:2302-2306] Clean Water State Revolving Fund [R. Program (CIAP) funds Clean Water State Revolving Fund [R.21] $742.479 $20. Transfers -. §27] Coastal Protection and Restoration Fund .S.S.178. §10(J)(2) $11.502.S.775 $97.656.003.000 $34. 40:2821-2826] Workforce Training Fund [R.200.504.000 $814. 23:1514] .252 $7.745 $12.000 $26. §27] TTF federal receipts DOTD [Art VII.G.180.federal Coastal Impact Asst.109.EXCLUSIONS TO THE EXPENDITURE LIMIT Fiscal Year 2012 .Federal Unemployment Trust Fund (LB5) Medicaid Trust Fund for the Elderly [R. Opinion # 93-443] $14.000.141 45 .Art VII.109.419.893.414.504. §10(J)(3) All Self-Generated Revenue in the Ancillary Bill except for the adjustments listed below: Fiduciary Capacity Funds (due to being deducted as a separate exemption)* D. Sections 5 through 7 -.263. or commission. 30:2302-2306] Brownsfield Cleanup Revolving Loan Fund [R.

Workers' Compensation Administration Fund [R. 30:86] Motor Fuels Underground Tank Trust Fund [R.410 Total of Funds exempt due to being held only in a Fiduciary Capacity Total Appropriated Funds excluded from expenditure limit $503.1] (LB4) TIME Account TIME Account Avoyelles Parish Local Government Gaming Mitigation Fund [R.000 $14.254 $3.2013 .S.218. 10.984.10] Environmental Trust Fund [R.671. 30:2195.763 $0 $15.000 $392.643 $18.856.S.018. 23:1377] (LB1) Louisiana .S.281. 33:3005] Louisiana Military Family Assistance Fund [R.328.956. 30:2015] (Motor Fuels Underground Tank Trust Fund) Louisiana .S.8(C)(3)] $4.16] Education Excellence Fund [Const. 23:1291. 46:122] Proprietary Schools Student Protection Fund [R.329 $300.231 $24.630.939.799 $16.329.120 $2.665 $111.286.395 The following funds are exempt on the basis of being held by the State only in a Fiduciary Capacity Statutory Dedications DNR DEQ DEQ LWC LWC DOTD Cap Outlay EXEC VETS HIED DOE/OTED Oilfield Site Restoration Fund [R.S. VII.233 Self-generated Revenue DOTD OGB DHH/OCDD OTED Local share of Federal Transit Fund held by DOTD to match federal funds * Ancillary Bill Employee contributions to Group Benefits Auxiliary Accounts La. 17:1341.688 46 STATE BUDGET FY 2012 . Art.100.S.647 $390.004.698. School for the Deaf Activity Center vending machines $2.1-2195.Fiscal Year 2012 .000 $400.000 $46.2nd Injury Fund [R.S.S.353. Sec.757.313.2013 Appropriations to be Excluded from the Expenditure Limit Calculations Calculations at Appropriated Department Description Interagency Transfers Total of Funds exempt due to being a Transfer $3.089 $0 $0 $1.

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351.027. Executive Department Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.196.843 79 Over/Under EOB ($7.Louisiana Tax Commission.667 2.909.Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District.681.551 2.761.Division of Administration.564 448.468) (14.369 121.071.784.175.759) (79) 01_100 — Executive Office Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.Office of Inspector General.811 2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $14.392 0 1.158.712.853 2.601.712) 240.599.391.261 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $145.834 $3. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $153.Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration.714 (15.838 ($17.426 2.Board of Tax Appeals.380) (511.Office of Indian Affairs.258) (4) 49 .931.377 511.217) 0 (603.610) 375.Louisiana State Racing Commission.672 $3.759 121.774.SCHEDULE 01 .997 0 2.535) ($7.268.Mental Health Advocacy Service. and Office of Financial Institutions.382 202.892.144.597.419 $13.875.675 251.EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Schedule 01 .Department of Military Affairs.609 0 1.888.460.Executive Department includes 16 budget units: Executive Office.071.101 83 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $7.934 2.Louisiana Public Defender Board.632. O.961 266.182 Over/Under EOB ($8.167.839 2.671) (153.Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement.857.032 462.Office of Elderly Affairs.853) 21.877 (1.685.903. O.Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Prep.183.996.954 $21.851.225.053 355.

200 1. • $1.288. A decrease of $7. • • Significant changes include: • • • 01_101 — Office of Indian Affairs Office of Indian Affairs Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.281.39 million in State General Fund and three T. FTEs) is 79.200 is Fees and Self-generated Revenues dedicated for scholarships to Native American students.529 1 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: The Governor’s Office of Indian Affairs acts as a pass-through agent distributing 99% of total funding to various local government entities in Avoyelles Parish from the Tunica-Biloxi Casino.94% decrease from FY 2011-2012 EOB.3 million in the FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget. Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.O.320 in total means of financing ($24. $7. • FY 2012-2013 State General Fund level of funding is $7.329 0 0 $1. which are used for infrastructure.2013 .O.28 million is Statutory Dedications out of the Avoyelles Parish Local Government Gaming Mitigation Fund to be distributed to various local government entities in Avoyelles Parish. A decrease of $633. as associated federal grant funding has ended. A decrease of $125.281. • The Office of Indian Affairs is funded at $1.81% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).O.529 1 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 7.18 million. FTEs from FY 2011-2012 EOB. a decrease of four T. a 49.O.200 1. • 50 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .77 million. FTE associated with the elimination of the Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program.000 in State General Fund associated with the annualization of the FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan. a 35.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $13.329 0 0 $1. FTEs associated with the transfer of the Private Pre-K Program to the Department of Education State Activities (19D-678) and Subgrantee Assistance (19D-681) budget units.288. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 7.234 in State General Fund) and one T.

4% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.746 0 0 $3. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.689) 0 0 (72. 51 . O.718 2 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $1.O.417 34 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $2. O.910.922 15 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1. 01_103 — Mental Health Advocacy Service Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.813.899 0 0 (24.466.004) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $2.555 0 403.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 01_102 — Office of Inspector General Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. an increase of two T.404.500 of which $85. This was realized through cost saving measures from travel.181 0 5. supplies.044.427 174.411 0 0 24. FTEs) is 17. 640 of the 2012 Regular Session of the Legislature.823. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.9 million represents a 4.431 0 0 $2.330 $1.555 0 331.O.181) 0 0 $14. The FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan was annualized in the amount of $113.413 34 Over/Under EOB ($61. and other operating expenses.640 17 Over/Under EOB $38.315) 0 0 ($134.116 174.81% increase from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).828.000 was State General Fund. FTE from EOB due to the annualization of a midyear budget adjustment and the passage of Act No.8 million represents a 0.784.330 $1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.310 0 0 0 0 5.

671 (5. • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $79.565.072 0 1.909 out of the Overcollections Fund.267 0 0 $3.173.140.072) 0 (152.01_106 — Louisiana Tax Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.930.002.827.862 (5.808 724 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $63.979.909.703.019. 01_107 — Division of Administration Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.261 0 0 745. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $62.000 0 1.551.332.848. O.845.028 720 Over/Under EOB $1.491.528 36 Over/Under EOB $100.276 0 0 825.949. O.415.820.780) (4) 52 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .671 $1.240.176 0 0 $3.804 1.580.468 32.985 0 0 (79.990 $2.007 329.452 36 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $3.103.942 6.739.319) ($161.493.922) 24.336 334.8 million represents a 0.546 32.909) 0 0 $21.823.076 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $3.820.6% increase over the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.2013 .

453.646 was Statutory Dedications out of the Overcollections Fund. FTEs from the Division of Administration’s ancillary agencies to the Executive Administration Program. The Division of Administration will assume the responsibility of HR functions for these agencies.169 in State General Fund.5 million and the Community Water Enrichment Fund in the amount of $2.979 20.O.000 358.466) 350.766. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 94.462 3 53 .000 $959. resulting in a savings from the reduction in the overall workforce through more efficient HR operations.541 160 Over/Under EOB $0 (149. • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $2. • • • • The FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan was annualized in the amount of $421.100 0 0 $271.000 177.079 157 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 94. and one from Federal Property Assistance (21-807).125.612 in Federal Funds which represented American Recovery and Reinvestment (ARRA) funding remaining for street improvement projects. FTEs) is 720.O. one from the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement (01-129) and four from the Office of Group Benefits (21-800). FTEs. due to the consolidation of human resource (HR) functions. Non-recurred $6. a decrease of four T. and other operating expenses.4 million of which $765.028 0 400.3 million as well as $922.O.000 in State General Fund. two from Louisiana Property Assistance (21-806). Non-recurred $746. This was realized through cost saving measures from projected utility savings.O.348. Reduced $150 million in Federal Funds budget authority to align budget to the three year average expenditure of $1.000 $272. • • 01_109 — Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $2 billion represents a 7.389. travel. Transfer-in of four T. Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.O. FTEs from the Community Development Block Grant Program as a result of the creation of the Louisiana Housing Corporation. Transfer-in of five T.602.4 million in carryforward funding which includes the Overcollections Fund in the amount of $2.5 billion. therefore.000 176. one from Administrative Services (21-805).928 0 400.54% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). This change includes: • • Elimination of 13 T. FTEs from EOB.513 370. These positions will continue to perform various fiscal services such as accounting and billing for the Ancillary agencies but will report directly to the Office of Finance and Support Services.

a 0.2013 .273.041 511.11 million in federal budget authority to allow GOHSEP to continue providing reimbursements to state and local governments and certain non-profit organizations for expenses eligible under the Stafford Act Public Assistance and Hazard Mitigation programs incurred as a result of Hurricanes Katrina.O.853) 175.327 14. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $6.252.095 10. O. FTEs associated with the ongoing consolidation of management and finance functions among Public Safety.O. 2011. A decrease of $514.883 (54) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $1. an increase of three T.070 in State General Fund) for non-recurred carryforward expenditures and bona fide obligations encumbered in FY 2010-2011 that were not received or could not be completed prior to June 30.046 9.615 $1.613 68 Over/Under EOB ($1. FTEs) is 160. FTEs from FY 2011-2012 EOB.783.129.457.531.144.130 0 1.74% increase from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). A decrease of $9.O. a 14. Office of Juvenile Justice. Gustav.O.603) 66.O.185 230. FTEs associated with the elimination of vacant positions.35 million. a decrease of 54 T. 01_111 — Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Prep Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. FTEs) is 68.35% increase from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). Rita.O.229. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.574.3 billion. A decrease of $355.203 in State General Fund) and 14 T.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $272. The occupants of these positions will be reallocated to federally funded Non-T.295.O.241.911) (511.229 $1.O.25 million.730 122 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $5.589.043.57% decrease from EOB.240 7.386 $166.666.322. and GOHSEP. FTE positions within the Disaster Recovery section. • • FY 2012-2013 State General Fund level of funding is $5.492 in State General Fund and three T. FTEs associated with the annualization of the FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan. FTEs from EOB.466 in State General Fund associated with the elimination of 35 T.097.O.171 in State General Fund and two T. FTE positions. A decrease of $725. A decrease of $26.822.853 1. and Ike.131. • Significant changes include: • • • • • • 54 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .087) (6.951 (813. Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.13 million in total means of financing ($964. An increase of $178. a 22.090 in total means of financing ($296.582 297.

COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED

01_112 — Department of Military Affairs
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $35,644,643 3,918,795 3,874,957 9,760,627 0 33,358,639 $86,557,661 775 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $35,875,243 2,312,791 4,240,458 50,000 0 35,678,457 $78,156,949 775 Over/Under EOB $230,600 (1,606,004) 365,501 (9,710,627) 0 2,319,818 ($8,400,712) 0

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BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $78.2 million and represents a 9.71% decrease under the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget. These changes include:

Non-recurs $8.2 million from Overcollections Fund which provided benefits for survivors of active duty National Guardsmen who lost their lives between the period of September 11, 2001 and July 6, 2007. The FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan was annualized, which resulted in a reduction of $300,000 in State General Fund. A decrease of $500,000 in State General Fund, which will come from reserve emergency response funding. An increase of $245,582 in Federal Funds as a result of an increase in federal environmental funding. These Federal Funds will be utilized to address environmental issues for existing facilities and professional services to support management and consulting environmental projects and programs. An increase of $400,977 in Federal Funds and $28,963 in State General Fund to provide funding for utilities and maintenance for the Baton Rouge Armed Forces Center (AFRC) & Joint Maintenance Facility (JMF). This is a Military Construction project that was funded under Base Re-Alignment & Closure, the Army National Guard in conjunction with the US Army Reserve and the US Marine Corps Reserve. A transfer of $200,000 in State General Fund to the Department of Veterans Affair’s budget for veteran’s disability benefits per Act 406 of the 2011 Regular Legislative Session. Non-recurs $1.1 million in Statutory Dedications out of the State Emergency Response Fund (SERF), which was utilized for expenses incurred as a result of activities associated with the New Orleans Marsh Firefighting missions and the Caddo Firefighting missions.

01_116 — Louisiana Public Defender Board
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 25,967 32,783,369 0 0 $32,809,336 16 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 31,791 25,000 33,254,344 0 0 $33,311,135 16 Over/Under EOB $0 31,791 (967) 470,975 0 0 $501,799 0

BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $33.3 million represents a 1.53% increase over the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.

An increase of $400,000 in Statutory Dedications out of the Louisiana Public Defender Fund will allow the agency to properly fund the Angola Five appeal cases.

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01_124 — Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 11,974,692 63,529,235 13,100,000 0 0 $88,603,927 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 11,321,670 63,529,235 13,350,000 0 0 $88,200,905 0 Over/Under EOB $0 (653,022) 0 250,000 0 0 ($403,022) 0

BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $88.2 million represents a 0.45% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.

Interagency Transfers were reduced from $12 million to $11.3 million from the Division of Administration – Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. These funds will be used for expenses of the District.

01_126 — Board of Tax Appeals
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $542,710 0 20,500 5,390 0 0 $568,600 5 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $550,335 0 20,500 0 0 0 $570,835 5 Over/Under EOB $7,625 0 0 (5,390) 0 0 $2,235 0

BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $570,835 represents a 0.4% increase from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget. Other items include:

Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $5,390 out of the Overcollections Fund.

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01_129 — Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $4,236,472 187,261 150,000 6,725,876 0 29,234,165 $40,533,774 41 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $4,223,185 0 150,000 6,633,377 0 25,083,035 $36,089,597 40 Over/Under EOB ($13,287) (187,261) 0 (92,499) 0 (4,151,130) ($4,444,177) (1)

BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $36.1 million represents a 10.96% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.

Non-recurred $5 million in Federal Funds associated with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), Byrne Justice Assistance Grant, with approximately $2 million remaining to send to local units of government to assist in the improvement of the criminal justice system. Reduced Interagency Transfers in the amount of $187,261 sent from the Governor’s Office on Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) associated with the administration of the Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program due to this grant expiring at the end of FY 2011-2012. Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organizations Full Time Equivalent (T.O. FTEs) is 40, a decrease of one T.O. FTE from EOB as a result of the transfer out of one T.O. FTE to the Division of Administration due to the consolidation of human resource (HR) functions.

Federal funding from the U.S. Department of Justice for the Crime Victim Assistance Grant increased by $995,000, from $5.7 million to $6.7 million. This funding assists state and local units of government in providing direct services to victims of crime.

01_133 — Office of Elderly Affairs
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $22,691,190 37,500 39,420 92,374 0 22,439,527 $45,300,011 56 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $20,819,717 37,500 39,420 0 0 22,384,145 $43,280,782 31 Over/Under EOB ($1,871,473) 0 0 (92,374) 0 (55,382) ($2,019,229) (25)

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298 7.52 million in State General Fund and 22 T.544.870.294 0 0 0 $13.281.257 out of the Pari-mutuel Live Racing Facility Gaming Control Fund.287 0 0 0 $12. A decrease of $2.3 million represents a 2.1% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.25% decrease from EOB.932. an 8. a 4. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 13.O. 01_255 — Office of Financial Institutions Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.46% decrease from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).O.788) 0 0 ($263. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 4.932. FTEs) is 31.699 0 0 $12.O. • Significant changes include: • 01_254 — Louisiana State Racing Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.955) (136.007) 4 59 .COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $43. • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $142. FTEs from EOB.674.733. O.287 118 Over/Under EOB $0 0 (302. Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. a decrease of 25 T. FTEs associated with the transfer of the Elderly Protective Services activity of the Administrative Program to the Department of Health and Hospitals Office of Aging and Adult Services. O.487 0 0 $12.234.547.343 7.294 114 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 12.82 million.234.28 million. • • FY 2012-2013 State General Fund level of funding is $20.007) 0 0 0 ($302.042 82 Over/Under EOB $0 0 (126.785 82 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 4.743) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $12.

an increase of four T.605. Recent bank mergers have increased deposits for state-chartered depository institutions that are regulated by Office of Financial Institutions by approximately $12 billion which resulted in a need for additional Compliance Examiners. FTEs from EOB.O. FTEs) is 118.O.9 million represents a 2.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $12.3% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget. • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $368. 60 . • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.

274 5 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: The total funding of $57.490 830 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $5. $337.553. FTEs) in the department due to the opening of a new veterans cemetery in Leesville in Vernon Parish and the addition of three skilled nursing personnel at the Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home due to changes in federal requirements. The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget supports Louisiana’s veterans by providing additional funding for continual operation.960 15.456 Fees and Self Generated Revenues (2.2% increase).5 million in the Department of Veterans Affairs FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget represents a 5.457.545 $2. Department of Veterans Affairs Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.636 $57.000 in DVA for veterans service and war related disability claims.DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Schedule 03 .517 1.220 300.9% increase).7% increase). The increases in Interagency Transfers.1M in Federal Funds (6. The changes are from an increase of $104. and $2.764 398.SCHEDULE 03 . There is a net increase of five Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.588.091 $54.215. $195.005. and Southeast Louisiana War Veterans Home. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $5. Statutory Dedications decreased by $98.066.431 in State General Fund due to increased funding for retirement expenditures and funds for Veterans disability claims.295 15.Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home.O.Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home. The State General Fund increase is due to a House Appropriations Committee amendment the increased funds for retirement expenditures and a House Floor Amendment that placed $500.823) 0 2.869. The changes are mainly from increases of $104.509.Louisiana War Veterans Home.823 (25% decrease).459. Department of Veterans Affairs: The total funding of $8.665 Interagency Transfers (45.431 State General Fund (1.464.948 1.613.525. $459.665 337. Fees and Self Generated Revenues and Federal Funds are primarily due to a House Appropriations Committee Amendment that increased funds for retirement expenditures.4% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB.456 (98.Department of Veterans Affairs includes 6 budget units: Department of Veterans Affairs.3% increase over the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). O. The five veterans’ homes are able to generate non-state revenues due to per diem increase and increased Medicare census.4% increase).764 835 Over/Under EOB $104.823 0 32.000 0 34.1 million in the Department of Veterans Affairs (Headquarters Office) FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget represents a 7.Southwest Louisiana War Veterans Home.131 in Interagency Transfers from a means of finance substitution in Contact Assistance that reduces State General Fund expenditures and increases Interagency 61 .431 459.

7% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB.509.131 921.164 in Federal Funds.189 in Federal Funds.2013 .7 million in the Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget represents a 4% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB.135 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues and $365. Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home: The total funding of $9.183 $7.939 300.211 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues. Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home: The total funding of $9.8 million in the Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget represents a 5.190 (98. 03_130 — Department of Veterans Affairs Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. and an increase of $354. Southeast Louisiana War Veterans Home: The total funding of $10. The changes are mainly from increases of $254.749 398.613.6 million in the Southwest Louisiana War Veterans Home FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget represents a 4% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB.519 101 Over/Under EOB $104. The changes are from increases of $55.823) 0 354.491 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues and $324.6 million in the Southeast Louisiana War Veterans Home FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget represents a 7% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB. The change is from an increase of $489.431 195.517 200.247 2 62 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .823 0 554.6 million in the Louisiana War Veterans Home FY 20122013 Appropriated Budget represents a 3. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $5.131 7.000 914. Southwest Louisiana War Veterans Home: The total funding of $9.476 in Federal Funds. The changes are mainly from increases of $297.318 $562.272 99 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $5.000 0 908.948 395.128 in Federal Funds.139. Louisiana War Veterans Home: The total funding of $9.5% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB.270 in Federal Funds.042 in Interagency Transfers. $138. The change is from increases of $4.499 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues and $221. and $312.577.501 $8.318 Federal Funds from a means of finance substitution in the Veterans Cemetery program replacing State General Fund expenditures with Federal Funds. O.Transfers with collections from the War Veterans Homes.

066 0 0 6.819 $9.547.817.000 0 0 6.299 0 63 .554. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 2.997.628.499 0 0 6. O.049 148 Over/Under EOB $0 0 4.315.804.287.881 146 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 51.189 $529.079 $9.868.988.499 0 0 221. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 2.570 0 0 6.555 $9.768.373 $9.931 0 0 6.873.719 142 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 2.184.303.164 $369.476 $324.000 2.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 03_131 — Louisiana War Veterans Home Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.061 149 Over/Under EOB $0 10.700.680.750 148 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 2. O.508 2.135 0 0 365.639.492 297.983 $9. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 40.180 3 03_134 — Southwest Louisiana War Veterans Home Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O.125 142 Over/Under EOB $0 0 (165.640 0 0 6.499.070) 0 0 489.562 $9.406 0 03_132 — Northeast Louisiana War Veterans Home Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.

229.939.257. O.491 0 0 324.018.644.844 148 Over/Under EOB $0 0 55.199 0 0 5.225 148 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 2.523 0 64 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .927 $10.270 $704.917.624.395.211 0 0 312.829 3.657 $9.042 138.643 147 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 1. O.674.949.670. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 764.108 $9.245 0 0 6.128 $379.295.980 $9.619 0 03_136 — Southeast Louisiana War Veterans Home Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.2013 . Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 2.166 147 Over/Under EOB $0 254.787 3.410 0 0 6.725.03_135 — Northwest Louisiana War Veterans Home Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.736 0 0 6.

432. In addition to the statewide elections. which includes the cost of ballot printing.769 11. This is a decrease of $5.038. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $49.926 317 Over/Under EOB ($4. State General Fund decreased $4.495. Of the $9.766.046) (273.556.926 317 Over/Under EOB ($4. and a $4 million reduction in excess statutory dedications from the Help America Vote Act fund. • 04_139 — Secretary of State Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. the total means of financing represents a decrease of $9. Secretary of State Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.76 million or 40.336 19. O.509) 0 0 ($9.509) 0 0 ($9. The decrease is attributed to a $5.432.587 0 0 $81.SECRETARY OF STATE Schedule 04A .766.265.556.697. Election expenses for FY 2012-2013 are funded at $13 million.046) (273.SCHEDULE 04A .038.278 658.2 million reduction in election expenses.870 19.58%.232 384.977 (4.769 11.396.2 million from FY 2011-2012.206.2 million reduction.870 19.2 million (11.26 million or 8. there are scheduled dates for Municipal Primary and General elections.206.587 0 0 $81.970 317 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $45.078 0 0 $72. Interagency Transfers decreased $273.466) 98.232 384.970 317 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $45.336 19.350.278 658.746 7. In FY 2012-2013.078 0 0 $72. and statutory dedications decreased $4.29 %) from the Existing Operating Budget (EOB).495.466) 98.697. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $49.350. O.466.Secretary of State includes 1 budget unit: Secretary of State.804.746 7.044) 0 65 .977 (4.396. there are two statewide elections that include an Open Primary/Presidential/Congressional election and an Open General/Presidential/Congressional election.044) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • In FY 2012-2013.804.265.38%.

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774.070. and for the Insurance Fraud Investigation Unit.110 0 6.O.875. The positions (originally categorized as Non T.720 in State General Fund based on historical actual expenditure levels.Office of the Attorney General includes 1 budget unit: Office of the Attorney General. FTEs) will be reallocated to the Authorized Table of Organization. for Chinese Drywall Litigation.OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL Schedule 04B . An increase of $3.180) 3.O. O.S.622.954 $73.169 in Medicaid matching funds from the Department of Health and Hospitals.385 (1. A reduction of $189.669 0 5.269. Department of Justice to pass through for the Orleans Parish Post-Conviction DNA Testing project. A means of financing substitution and increase of four T.101 in Federal Funds from the U.136. • • • • • • • 67 .983 for these four positions expires on March 31.527. Office of the Attorney General Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.373 13. FTEs to continue to provide funding for two investigators and two forensic examiners in the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) unit.747. An increase of $430. Federal grant funding of $235.522 7.405 480 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $12.65 million from the Louisiana Fund to participate in a multi-party arbitration proceeding concerning payments from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.482 $58.286.97 million in Self-generated revenues from the National Mortgage Settlement Agreement to be used for oversight of the Mortgage Settlement Agreement. Funding of $250.324.055.O.758 11.962.459 474 Over/Under EOB ($214.528 ($15.952.559) 0 194.965.707 38. Funding of $1.149. 2012 and will be replaced with State General Fund.702 3. FTEs) and related funding of $551.120) (18.SCHEDULE 04B . A reduction of nine vacant Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.000 through Interagency Transfers from the Division of Administration for litigation expenditures to protect state revenues affected by the Department of Interior redrawing the 8(g) line off of Louisiana’s shore.587 20. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $12.910.946) (6) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Significant items in the Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget include: • Funding for the Advocacy Center – Community Living Ombudsman program with $459.012.006 in State General Fund and $456.

136.954 $73.622.758 11.324.286.110 0 6.559) 0 194. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $12.707 38.012.385 (1.522 7.482 $58.269.669 0 5.04_141 — Office of the Attorney General Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.774.587 20.527.702 3.910.965.2013 .070.962.120) (18.180) 3.055.405 480 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $12.528 ($15.946) (6) 68 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .952.149.373 13.875.459 474 Over/Under EOB ($214.

334 8 Over/Under EOB ($77.715 465. Reduction of $125.52%) from FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).3 million (15.000) (16.723 465.626.170 8 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.170 8 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.097 0 6. Lieutenant Governor Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.334 8 Over/Under EOB ($77. O.255 $7.836) 0 69 .000 16.356 150.002 $8.097) 0 (1.1 million primarily due to federal budget reductions for Learn and Serve grants and the Louisiana Serve Commission.545. Significant changes to the Appropriated Budget are as follows: • Reduction in federal funding of $1.467.356 25. O.992) 0 (125.803.836) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a decrease of $1.545. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.467.116.992) 0 (125.000 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues to align with projected receipts.000) (16.715 465.467.803.747) ($1.097 0 6. • 04_146 — Lieutenant Governor Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.SCHEDULE 04C . as well as the elimination of excess budget authority.Lieutenant Governor includes 1 budget unit: Lieutenant Governor.509.467.335.255 $7.LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Schedule 04C .356 150.509.097) 0 (1.000 0 0 5.626.723 465. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.002 $8.747) ($1.000 0 0 5.000 16.335.116.356 25.

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491) 0 0 0 ($463.417 0 0 $12.271.510 2. O.718.438.628.417 0 0 $12.STATE TREASURER Schedule 04D .491) 0 0 0 ($463.001 2.438.008. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1.254.271.854 9.272 59 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 1.379 58 Over/Under EOB $0 189.452 8. FTE) with a cost savings of $108.417 0 0 $12.933.O.893) (1) 71 .272 59 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 1.379 58 Over/Under EOB $0 189.452 8.State Treasurer includes 1 budget unit: State Treasurer.254. O.598 (653.893) (1) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget for the State Treasurer includes a decrease of one Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalent (T.354.354. State Treasurer Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.854 9.271.271.718.SCHEDULE 04D . Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1.510 2.628.417 0 0 $12. 04_147 — State Treasurer Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.598 (653.001 2.008.

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837) ($1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 9.441. the Utility and Carrier Inspection and Supervision Fund ($279.SCHEDULE 04E .500).392) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • For the Public Service Commission there is a reduction of $291.799) through the annualizing of the FY 2011-2012 midyear deficit reduction. O.724. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 9.852 0 0 $9.392) 0 73 .295.837) ($1.244 97 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 9.295.555) 0 (716.145. and the Telephonic Solicitation Relief Fund ($7.295.441.852 97 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (428. 04_158 — Public Service Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.852 0 0 $9.145.407 0 716.244 97 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 9.434).837 $10.852 97 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (428.407 0 716. Public Service Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.Public Service Commission includes 1 budget unit: Public Service Commission.PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Schedule 04E .724.295. O.837 $10.733 in Statutory Dedications from the Motor Carrier Regulation Fund ($4.555) 0 (716.

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921 $78.103) ($3.284.648 625 Over/Under EOB ($801.333 0 7.049.582 1. O.022 1.136 6. funding in the amount of $1.716.200.049.648 625 Over/Under EOB ($801.445 6.742.621 0 9.103) ($3.621 0 9. O.288) 0 (1.793.470 31.649.793.288) 0 (1.847.445 6.973. FTEs) and related funding of $725.257.818 $74.136 6.154.752 33.022 1.O.973.200.804) (19) 75 . • 04_160 — Agriculture and Forestry Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.282) (1.752 33.568.6 million reduction of total means of financing from the Existing Operating Budget (EOB).309 (51.847.804) (19) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget for the Department of Agriculture and Forestry represents a $3.438.AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY Schedule 04F .470 31.9 million from the Boll Weevil Eradication Fund is provided for maintenance of the Boll Weevil Eradication Program.649.480. Agriculture and Forestry Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.716. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $27.438. This includes a reduction of 19 vacant Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.257.440) 6.452 644 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $26.333 0 7.568.309 (51.480. In the Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Program.452 644 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $26.284.194.Agriculture and Forestry includes 1 budget unit: Agriculture and Forestry.282) (1.154.SCHEDULE 04F .818 $74.582 1.194.440) 6.947.921 $78.742. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $27.

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Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 435.146.371 263 Over/Under EOB $0 (435. Commissioner of Insurance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.748 0 2.O.669. the department has eliminated two vacancies from its Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.748) 0 (1.5 million from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).146.681 29.941.501 265 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 28.669.697) ($2.509 $33.221.563 1. O.681) (728.COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE Schedule 04G .341.748 0 2. In addition.325.345.559 1.697) ($2.563 1.526.371 263 Over/Under EOB $0 (435.812 $31.004) (20.526.345. 04_165 — Commissioner of Insurance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.941.221.812 $31.681 29.681) (728. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 435. O.509 $33.672.748) 0 (1.Commissioner of Insurance includes 1 budget unit: Commissioner of Insurance.004) (20.325.672.341.501 265 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 28.559 1. FTEs).130) (2) 77 .000 0 879.000 0 879.130) (2) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Department of Insurance FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a decrease of $2.SCHEDULE 04G .

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Department of Economic Development includes 2 budget units: Office of the Secretary. and Office of Business Development.SCHEDULE 05 . 79 .DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Schedule 05 .

transportation assessments. environmental assessments. Shreveport.472 2.4 million is provided for the Louisiana Economic Development Regional Awards and Matching Grant • • • • • • Financial Assistance Initiatives: • • • • • Community Assistance Initiatives: • 80 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . planning and research initiatives.512.038. $24. and LA Council for Economic Education ($74.559.819) (40. Additionally.204 0 4.549 3. $8.048.190. land survey. Marketing Education-District 2 Enhancement Corp. an $800.Department of Economic Development Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. $200. The three Wet Labs are incubator programs for technology companies and are located in Baton Rouge.000 is provided for the Louisiana Economic Development Corporation’s (LEDC) Financial Assistance Program.5 million is provided for the Wet Labs.952 122 Over/Under EOB $2. and New Orleans. This funding is utilized for site selection.4 million is provided for State Small Business Credit Initiative.5 million is provided for the LA Fast Start Program. $4. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $11.771. $450. which delivers comprehensive workforce training services that will provide businesses that are looking to relocate and/or expand with a turnkey employee training and delivery solution.231 3. wetland delineations. $1 million reduction for marketing activities associated with the Marketing Education Retail Alliance ($675.078. $1. consultant’s requests on site specific information. This funding is utilized for state economic competitiveness benchmarking.7 million was transferred to Other Requirements for debt service payments and state project commitments.794.2013 . soil evaluation.437).563).389.858) 0 (2. This is federal funding to aid in the cultivation of an entrepreneurial culture and the ongoing growth and retention of small business. and proposals such as title searches.689 66.000 is provided for the creation of jobs and the overall betterment of the state through various economic development activities.450 $47.291 $90. O.433.271.287. archeological evaluations.680.000 is provided for Project Site Preparation/Evaluation.000).111) (2) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Highlights of the FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget for the Department of Economic Development include: • The funding reduction for FY 2012-2013 is largely due to the non-recurring of $17 million in carryforwards.732.725 (1. and others. ($250.870 26. $1.063 124 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $13.197 398.841) ($43. This program supports the Small and Emerging Business Development’s effort to provide financial assistance to small businesses to mitigate gaps in the state’s surety bond market.184.062 0 7.7 million is provided for State Economic Competitiveness.000 reduction to the program. $700. $1. $3 million is provided for the Small Business Surety Bond program.078.318) (141.

876) (42.943) 1.000 $16.195 0 5. $1 million is provided for Small Business Development Centers (SBDC).361 14.237 56.508.650.000 is provided for Small and Emerging Business Development.549 2.389.199.734 86 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $9. O.584.502.420 0 (1.452 10.134. which provides management assistance and business counseling to Louisiana small businesses.509 11.000) $56.775 0 05_252 — Office of Business Development Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.534.008.275.231 2. This program provides assistance to eight Regional Economic Partners in their comprehensive and strategic marketing and/or recruitment plans for towns.838.369.427 (1.544.867 0 1.318) (139.886) (2) 81 .COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED Program (Tier 1).278) 0 (1.889 398.234.298 0 (1.444. O.308 0 604.104 38 Over/Under EOB $433.462 2.010 0 606.144.841) ($43.848 84 Over/Under EOB $1.493.291 $74.268.917 0 4. parishes or regions as a site for new and/or expanded business development.450 $31.050. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $7.078. cities.680.287 0 0 $16. This is to provide technical assistance to certified small and emerging businesses by providing managerial and/or developmental assistance and technical assistance that includes entrepreneurial training and other specialized assistance to businesses.142.329 38 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $4.670.650. • $800. • 05_251 — Office of the Secretary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $3.617.

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Office of State Museum.Office of State Parks.SCHEDULE 06 . 83 .DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE RECREATION AND TOURISM Schedule 06 .Office of the State Library of Louisiana.Office of Cultural Development. and Office of Tourism.Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism includes 6 budget units: Office of the Secretary.

786 and seven Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. O. Additional cost saving reductions by agency are as follows: • • • Office of State Museum – elimination of one T.O. $677.492.046. Super Bowl $6 million.246 27.170.899. Essence Festival $948. Louisiana Special Olympics $250. FTEs) are provided to open and operate the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.000 is included for the Louisiana Book Festival.O. $1.000 in Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) federal grant funding provides for the purchase of e-books. Office of State Parks – elimination of one T.000.473.139) 9.219) $1.577.360 633 Over/Under EOB ($1.482. $10. • • • Office of State Museum: • • • Office of State Parks: • • • Office of Cultural Development: • Office of Tourism: • • Funding reductions are largely due to a $2.303 4.O.009.700.5 million is provided through the Office of Tourism for the following pass-through activities: Independence Bowl $300.5 million is included for Decentralized and Statewide Arts grants.Department of Culture Recreation and Tourism Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. FTE. Office of Tourism – elimination of two T.065. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $38.662.514 8.511 $88.411 is provided by the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program grant.500. FTE.272 9.314 is provided for the Louisiana Political Hall of Fame.108. $176.504.000.559 3 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Office of State Library of Louisiana: • $782.556) 0 (1. Bayou de Famille Park $418. $1. $109.477 31. FORE Kids Foundation $314.050.O.559. and NCAA Women’s Final Four $1 million.132. New Orleans Bowl $280.292 $90.442 4.774 0 7.616.5 million reduction in non-recurring carryforwards.056.945. FTEs. Bassmasters $425.242 (800. This federal funding provides statewide technology training and equipment for the public libraries.112. 84 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .698 State General Fund is provided to replace private funds used in FY 2011-2012 for the operations at Forts Randolph & Buhlow State Historic Sites.330 0 9.231 4. Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation $544.913. $100.000.801 630 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $37.2013 .

650 0 0 0 0 $4.454 143. O.252.834) ($1.564 79 Over/Under EOB ($91.786 0 (143.650 0 115.625.434) 0 (1.129 0 40.182.000 0 0 4.771) 0 06_262 — Office of the State Library of Louisiana Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.844 0 0 $6.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 06_261 — Office of the Secretary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.570 $9.057) 0 06_263 — Office of State Museum Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.539) 677.996.177.120 479.000 90.366.161 73 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $6.404 $11.825) 0 0 ($21.905 113.174 479.842.000 49.824 44 Over/Under EOB $94. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $3.343.054 0 0 (115.815 51 Over/Under EOB ($507. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $6.786 354.825 0 0 $4.324 677.884) 100.403 6 85 .872 51 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $4.284.181.863 0 354.587.245 100. O.160.844) 0 0 $442.595 44 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3.133.454 0 0 0 $7.890.681. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $5.095 (113.434 0 5. O.523.

177.715.200.029 0 2.146.379) (109.905 68 Over/Under EOB $0 0 4.934.524 (247.424) 0 0 ($697.097 157.294) (521.236.060 70 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 43.371. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 43.000 115.960 $8.845 0 0 0 $4.845 (2) 86 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .06_264 — Office of State Parks Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.274 0 1.487 $32.029) 0 (35.216 29.500 0 147. O.812. O.176 124.214 365 Over/Under EOB $11.977) (1) 06_265 — Office of Cultural Development Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.038 26 Over/Under EOB ($515.825 1.385) ($1.094. O.913.000 40.922 26 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $2.660 $30.698 0 1.290.599.531 8.463 2.204 1.487 $32.552.684 47.031.660 $25.180. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.371.698) (352. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $20.360.164.884) 0 06_267 — Office of Tourism Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.229 9.151.552.714.757 3.2013 .575 $7.191 366 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $20.702.176) 0 (75.529 47.500 0 147.216 25.128.059.000 0 2.000 124.607.573 405.

893) (16. FTEs were eliminated in FY 2012-2013.O. they will expire December 31.36 million (2.039.Department of Transportation and Development includes 3 budget units: Administration. $582.000 in Bicycle Safety and Pedestrian Fund. and $10.386 41.360 472. FTEs) were reduced at a savings of $1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $138. Twenty-four vacant T.427.322 Over/Under EOB ($38.89%) from the Existing Operating Budget (EOB).660 7.365. At the November 6. voters will decide whether to extend the Crescent City Connection tolls through December 31. and Chalmette ferries.581.106 4. Anticipating the expiration of the tolls.110 $566.654. The FY 2012-2013 level of funding includes $282 million in Transportation Trust Fund Regular.121 4.070. Reduction of 75 positions due to the privatization of the Gretna.8 million.926.318. In FY 2012-2013.968 44.O. 73 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.828. $189.226. Department of Transportation and Development Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. the total means of financing for the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) represents a decrease of $16. • • • • 87 .015) (172) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • In FY 2012-2013. $524.DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND DEVELOPMENT Schedule 07 .788.590 in Transportation and Training Education Center Fund. the Edgard/Reserve ferry will be eliminated at a savings of $482. 2033.958 in DOTD Right-of-Way Permit Proceeds. If the tolls are not extended.Public Works and Intermodal Transportation. 2012.301 ($16.253 489.494 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $100.130 0 24. 2012 election.411 $550.792.949 0 26. O.761. and Engineering and Operations.418 (3.660) 2.5 million in Transportation Trust Fund Federal.552.181) 0 2. Algiers.SCHEDULE 07 .000 9.871.691.

904 46.183.000 9.454 0 26.418 (3.761. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $138.860.024.653) 0 0 ($1.067 Over/Under EOB ($38.691.324.397.552.159.566.707 4.239 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $100.110 $518.788.982 0 24.052 255 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 70.893) (15.901. O.463.069 4.871.468.411 $503.653) 0 07_276 — Engineering and Operations Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.07_273 — Administration Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.301 ($14.660 7.968 44.456 426.495 0 0 $46.904 48.2013 .386 40.349 441. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 70.362) (172) 88 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .495.318. O.757.070.660) 2.901.968.148 0 0 $48.528) 0 2.399 255 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (1.

J.979 0 1.079) (3.Allen Correctional Center.979) 0 0 ($35.957 adult offenders housed in two privately operated correctional facilities. Levy Dabadie Correctional Center. Sixty Rayburn Correctional Center.781.898 37. FTE positions in Adult Probation and Parole for the administration and supervision of approximately 71. FTE) positions for incarceration.480.450.254.284 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $419.697 $498. Levy Dabadie Correctional Center will be closed effective July 1. Corrections Services Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.David Wade Correctional Center.325. and the offenders will be reassigned to Avoyelles Correctional Center.000 0 1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $439.553 5.B.Dixon Correctional Institute.Winn Correctional Center.500 offenders on probation or parole. and diagnostic expenditures for approximately 15. • The FY 2012-2013 level of funding provides $34.607 39. Forcht-Wade Correctional Center will be closed effective July 1.991 54.Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women. health services.466.898 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalent (T.B.Avoyelles Correctional Center.514. The housing of state offenders in privately operated correctional facilities provides a cost savings to the state.C.280 adult offenders housed in state-run correctional facilities. O.O. • The private operators are paid a per diem of $31. 2012.331.076.480.CORRECTIONS SERVICES Schedule 08A .385.Administration.8 million and 805 T.291) (10.858. and Adult Probation and Parole.Corrections Services includes 13 budget units: Corrections .3 million and 3.839. 89 .697 $463.Louisiana State Penitentiary.15 per offender per day.611 5.Elayn Hunt Correctional Center.860.021 Over/Under EOB ($19. • The system-wide average operating cost per offender per day is $38. compared to the Southern Regional Average of $59.SCHEDULE 08A .967 4.1 million for incarceration expenditures for approximately 2.O.409.058) (263) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 level of funding provides $277. rehabilitation. 2012. Louisiana has the lowest average operating cost per offender per day as well as the lowest ratios of offender-onoffender and offender-on-staff assaults in the Southern Legislative Conference.709) (2. Paul Phelps Correctional Center.046 7.51 per offender per day. • • • The FY 2012-2013 level of funding provides $61.282 10.J. and the offenders will be reassigned to David Wade Correctional Center.787.50 for Louisiana.

188 172.480.08_400 — Corrections .364 (3.128) 0 (108.812 565.500 6.603.2013 .178 172.443.152 0 0 $20.082.350 1.919 276 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $18.867.694.195 152 Over/Under EOB $1.010) 0 (68.691. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $32.461.204.142 0 1. O.469 3.089.404 Over/Under EOB ($1.617 565.973) (8) 08_401 — C.204.142) 0 0 ($1.001 1.001 1.676 1.Administration Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.749.136 0 0 1. O.471) (3.351.747.745 1.178 583.697 $39.015.617. O.152) 0 0 ($939.168 160 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $33.409 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $112.776.839 0 0 0 $19.214.883. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $114.480.348.136 473.504.381 5.195) 0 (473.998 0 0 0 $119.460 51.619) (2) 08_402 — Louisiana State Penitentiary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.500 6.588 51.213.697 $37.331.239.760.339) (583.926.674) (5) 90 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .193 0 0 $124.300 274 Over/Under EOB ($248.193) 0 0 ($4. Paul Phelps Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $18.

042.141.426.420 51.001 124. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $24.419 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $17.557 51. O.392.253 0 (19.820.001 1.001 124.104 386.223 0 0 0 $25.810 51.001 1.782 0 0 0 $17.902.770.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 08_405 — Avoyelles Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.250.789 0 0 0 $25.999 (377. O.442.225) (3) 08_407 — Winn Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.216 274 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $19.856) 24 08_406 — Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.216) 0 91 .983 578.461.749 310 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $24.734.782 46.214.239.893 334 Over/Under EOB ($39.260.820 0 0 (46.203 0 Over/Under EOB $10. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $17.675 0 0 $21. O.991 271 Over/Under EOB $119.423.180 0 0 0 $20.036 0 0 $17.600 51.803) (578.000 1.036) 0 0 ($35.081.525 51.434) 0 0 0 ($81.675) 0 0 ($479.001 1.421) 334. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $19.

305.635) 0 0 ($1.231.635 0 0 $39.305.576.588 2.922 996. Levy Dabadie Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.583 0 0 0 $17.496 322.621.671.271 0 Over/Under EOB ($8.036) 0 0 ($54.513 1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $34.621.08_408 — Allen Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.623 1.513) (1.671.687 51.753) 0 0 0 ($9.646 459 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $34.2013 .489) 0 08_409 — Dixon Correctional Institute Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.801. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $7.583 46.171.171.299.762 107 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 Over/Under EOB ($7.932) 0 08_412 — J.453) 0 0 (46.762) (107) 92 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .299.760 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $17. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $17.014.140 51.714 459 Over/Under EOB ($579.001 112.496) (322.753 0 0 0 $9.221.001 112.503 0 0 0 $38. O.591.588 2.036 0 0 $17.449.878) 0 (419) (996.501 1. O.395.240.

335 306 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $21.509 0 0 $37.541.309) (148) 08_416 — B.574 306 Over/Under EOB ($1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $51.722 1.104.650) (1.596.514.657.715.275) (7) 08_414 — David Wade Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.002 1.309.876 102. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $22.789 153.905.184 2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $34.147.495.872) (988.003 2. O.876 340 Over/Under EOB ($8.509) 0 0 ($9.175.269 683 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $51.738 216.705.072 0 0 0 $54.509.491) 0 0 ($1.116.410.410.002 1.994 676 Over/Under EOB ($286.800.B.761) 0 93 . O.696 0 0 0 $23.492.285) (649.772.881) 0 (7.619 216.184 2.185 488 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $25. O.066.985) 0 (3. Sixty Rayburn Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.084 0 0 0 $28.491 0 0 $24.717 153.003 2.165.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 08_413 — Elayn Hunt Correctional Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.861 102.832.981 649.548.956 988.744 0 0 $55.744) 0 0 ($1.715.928) 0 (10.798.

366 0 0 $64.997.366) 0 0 ($3.866 805 Over/Under EOB ($1.261.550.873 0 18.355.329 54.594 1.000 0 0 $61.967) (7) 94 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .409.2013 . Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $45.489.164.037. O.833 812 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $44.537 0 17.832.289.08_415 — Adult Probation and Parole Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.336) 0 (548.265) (1.

819 0 (4.PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES Schedule 08B .796.Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission. At this level of funding.247 $435. and the Office of Juvenile Justice are continuing their efforts to consolidate and share administrative functions such as internal audit.3 million.297 0 40.681 Over/Under EOB ($2. payables/travel.251 6 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Department of Public Safety and Corrections.Office of Legal Affairs.790. purchasing/contracts.  Further consolidation eliminated duplication of effort in these agencies.220 $438.116 0 36. The agency will partner with local fire departments to offer 10-year battery smoke detectors.SCHEDULE 08B .573.185. budget.879 201.335 2.084 2.Office of State Police.790. the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness. Of these positions. DPS. human resources.002) (1. the department will continue to perform core missions and activities that are vital to public safety. its related hazards and how to prevent them.3 million.307.933. and Louisiana Highway Safety Commission. Includes $100. provide installation assistance and “do-it-yourself ” installation seminars.000 to the Office of State Fire Marshal to fund “Operation Save-a-Life”.Office of State Fire Marshal.913) 16. 614 are assigned to patrolling the state’s roadways.976.610. Public Safety Services Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.  The total State General Fund savings for the state in FY 20012-2013 as a result of further consolidation is $2.074 State Trooper Commissioned Officers positions.675 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $100. This public service campaign will increase awareness and educate consumers about the dangers of fire. These funds will allow the agency to provide its officers the necessary fuel supplies to ensure that the highways of the state are systematically patrolled and made safe.Office of Motor Vehicles. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.Public Safety Services includes 8 budget units: Office of Management and Finance.251.917. an increase of $2. DPS is budgeted for 1.8 million from the Existing Operating Budget.659 144. • • • • 95 .136.363.351.033 138.626) (6. Public Safety Services’ (DPS) total budget for FY 2012-2013 is $438.305.Louisiana Gaming Control Board. and revenue for the three agencies.966 218.394. O.002 45.000 44. Includes $3 million to the Office of State Police for the increase in fuel costs.671.027) $2.

764 1.596 (2.644 (2.388.846.375.017) 2.317 191 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 7.332.000 (325.116 $294.326.757.281) 0 96 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .558 6.351.634 $48. O.999 68.270.778.000 42.002 35.180. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.035) $4.134 1.663 6.199.046.088 22.231.079.000) 78.426.222) (3.110.419.490 203 Over/Under EOB $0 829.961.202 4.856 0 13.143 0 0 $33.926.149.604.350.271 568 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $100.358) ($3.680 4.040.567) 0 (1.656.565.081 $299.060. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 650.992 $52.002) (2.751 0 10.990 568 Over/Under EOB $100.000 43.721 0 2. O.895 0 (2.594 0 0 $374. O.351.151.221 71.154 0 942.607. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 6.630 0 08_420 — Office of Motor Vehicles Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.806.173 12 08_419 — Office of State Police Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.215.527.549 0 0 $32.697 Over/Under EOB ($2.823.939 172.697 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 32.592.08_418 — Office of Management and Finance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.126.684 19.484.006) 16.933 188.968.000 325.2013 .

188.572.000 (269.000 2.595) 0 0 ($10.498. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 4.465 3 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (10.653 16.070.465 0 0 $922.894. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 2.060 3 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 922.551. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 933.060 0 0 $933.600 $22.400 176 Over/Under EOB $0 481.552.619 0 (62.863) 0 0 0 ($54.882 0 0 0 $4.000 3.019 0 0 0 $4.604 $21.924 17.729) 616.959.004) $765.019 10 Over/Under EOB $0 0 (54.886 (6) 08_423 — Louisiana Gaming Control Board Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.498.725.882 10 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 4. O.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 08_421 — Office of Legal Affairs Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.164.552.876 0 90.863) 0 08_422 — Office of State Fire Marshal Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.514 182 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 2. O. O.595) 0 97 .257 0 152.

052 13 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 2.578. O.350 128.535 $26.727 11 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 168.370 $1.058 0 0 19.069.873 0 08_425 — Louisiana Highway Safety Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.905 $28.069.167 0 0 25.225 0 0 25.854 0 0 $900.059.08_424 — Liquefied Petroleum Gas Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.854 11 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 1.253. O.428 0 98 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .873 0 0 $168.993.480 13 Over/Under EOB $0 675. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 900.066.286.000 372.350 500.305.2013 .727 0 0 $1.

YOUTH SERVICES Schedule 08C .SCHEDULE 08C . 99 .Youth Services includes 1 budget unit: Office of Juvenile Justice.

) method of treatment in secure care facilities. $376.796 $121. A decrease of $2 million in State General Fund and 36 T.O.644 2. and Swanson Center for Youth in Monroe.660 959.979) (2.830 State General Fund are reduced from the Bridge City Center for Youth program. FTEs and $433.000 youth in community-based programs. the Jetson Center for Youth in Baton Rouge.O. FTEs associated with the ongoing consolidation of management and finance functions among Public Safety Services. • • 100 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .737 State General Fund are reduced from the Administration program. and at secure care facilities that include Bridge City Center for Youth (near New Orleans).953 0 891.724 18.449 State General Fund are reduced from the Jetson Center for Youth program.984) (1.782 is reduced in State General Fund from the Contract Services program related to efficiencies in the Residential Services activity in OJJ. Thirty Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalent (T. O. This model calls for reduced numbers of youth per dormitory and therapeutic models for secure care environments. $4.O.Y. FTE) positions are reduced for a savings of $4. and the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness. OJJ continues its transition to the LaMod secure care therapeutic model.976 22. Office of Juvenile Justice.070.796 $143.1 million in State General Fund. $656.O. FTEs and $760.708 990 Over/Under EOB ($15.147.507 2.528 272. FTEs and $874.O.340 is reduced in State General Fund from the Contract Services program related to efficiencies in the Community Reintegration activity in OJJ.724.S. Five T.000 0 891.Youth Services Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Twelve T.252) (3. Two T.I.876 1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $115.095. Ten T.953) 0 0 ($22. • • • $626.367. FTEs and $413.236.833.441 State General Fund are reduced from the Field Services program. and the Department of Education are continuing their efforts of providing a Coordinated System of Care that will offer an integrated approach to providing services for at-risk children and youth served within the child welfare and juvenile justice populations.O.3 million in State General Fund is reduced in the Contract Services program due to the elimination of the Day Treatment program.185.190.751 is reduced in State General Fund from the Contract Services program related to efficiencies in the Prevention and Diversion activity in OJJ.225. Office of Juvenile Justice.O.534.056 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $100.2013 .093. which aligns OJJ with the Missouri Youth Service Institute’s (M. • • • • The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services.168) (66) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) serves approximately 5. FTE and $84. parole and probation programs. As a result of the transition to the LaMod model: • • • One T.809 State General Fund are reduced from the Swanson Center for Youth program. Department of Health and Hospitals.240.

056 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $100.979) (2.953 0 891.000 0 891.147. 08_403 — Office of Juvenile Justice Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.796 $121. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $115.000 is reduced in State General Fund from the Contract Services program related to efficiencies in the Counseling Services activity in OJJ.984) (1.976 22.367.190.225.724 18.095.507 2.708 990 Over/Under EOB ($15.070.724.644 2.534.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED • $175. O.236.240.833.876 1.185.953) 0 0 ($22.093.168) (66) 101 .528 272.252) (3.796 $143.660 959.

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Acadiana Area Human Services District.Florida Parishes Human Services Authority.Department of Health and Hospitals includes 15 budget units: Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority.DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HOSPITALS Schedule 09 .Office of Aging and Adult Services.SCHEDULE 09 .Capital Area Human Services District.Office of Behavioral Health.Developmental Disabilities Council. 103 .Office of Public Health. and Office for Citizens w/ Developmental Disabilities.Metropolitan Human Services District.Louisiana Emergency Response Network Board.Medical Vendor Payments.Medical Vendor Administration.South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority.Office of the Secretary.

892.986.725. The reductions are: State General Fund in the amount of $1.032 $640.641 8.1 million.821 524.459 474.9 million.870 (131.8 million and $70. Florida Parishes Human Services Authority: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $87.740) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: The Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) FY 2012-2013 budget was developed with a focus on programs and initiatives that will improve health outcomes. and $477.213 196. $633.645 in Interagency Transfers and $372. There is an increase of $3.812.045 (29.951 656.674 in Statutory Dedications.055) 0 612. while transforming how revenues are managed.845.1 million in Fees and Self-generated Revenues.458.446.681 in Statutory Dedications.209. The reductions are: State General Fund in the amount of $31. This new authority will include a total of $20.277.4 million. Metropolitan Human Services District: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $1.2 million State General Fund to cover the carryover increases in utilization costs from FY 2011-2012 that are now part of the base needs of the Medicaid budget.811 in Interagency Transfers and $496. There is an increase in State General Fund in the amount of $2. There is an increase in Fees and Self-generated Revenues in the amount of $2.969. which will provide services to the DHH Region 4 area of the state.618. Capital Area Human Services District: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $1.174.6 million in Fees and Self-generated Revenues.635.8 million in Interagency Transfers funding from the following agencies: 104 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . The FY 2012-2013 budget also mitigates provider program reductions by incorporating $164. O.899.Department of Health and Hospitals Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.256. and $397. the continuation of streamlining initiatives and health care service improvement efforts already underway.612.884 in Statutory Dedications.232.521. There is an increase in Fees and Self Generated Revenues in the amount of $4.023.842.551.036 6.718 Over/Under EOB $174.497) 14.2013 .5 million.818.4 million. Acadiana Area Human Services Authority: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget will include the launch of the Acadiana Area Human Services Authority. Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $681. The budget reflects the annualization of all FY 2011-2012 midyear reductions pursuant to Appropriated Order BJ 2011-25. $647.146 $8.710 182.822.397 0 5. Interagency Transfers of $1 million and Statutory Dedications of $652.414 504. The reductions are: State General Fund in the amount of $1. South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net decrease in total funding of $647.321 in Interagency Transfers.395 (1.114 $8.709.413.7 million. The reductions are: State General Fund in the amount of $2.4 million.454. The budget reflects the Department’s transformation of various health care systems to better integrate care for some of the state’s most at-risk and vulnerable populations. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.600 in Federal Funds.904 in Statutory Dedications. There is an increase in Fees and Self-generated Revenues in the amount of $1. $818.458 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1. $2 million in Interagency Transfers.081. and $1.452 0 5.277. The reductions are:.3 million.918.

750. This transaction is purely a shift in funding.7 million ($1. 105 .757.2 million State General Fund).2 million ($1. The increase in Interagency Transfers is due to the Louisiana Behavioral Health Partnership that integrates services previously provided by four different child-serving agencies into a single continuum of care for the state’s most at-risk and behaviorally-challenged children.8 million.3 million.9 million and Statutory Dedications of $5. FTEs).456 is due to funding awarded for State Developmental Disabilities Grant program in adding 1 Non-T. • Developmental Disabilities Council (DDC): The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $106.431 and in Federal Funds of $96.683. duties. which will be converted to Non-Appropriated Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (Non T.7 million ($672. An increase in Federal Funds of $87.7 million.1 million and Federal Funds of $20 million. Program Manager Position. There is a reduction in Statutory Dedications of $104. Interagency Transfers of $8.879 – Office of Behavioral Health $297. Also included in the increases are: • $2.5 million and Interagency Transfers of $10.914 State General Fund) for Medicaid Management Information System for Dual Fiscal Intermediary. The budget reflects an increase in State General Fund of $10.613 is due to increased expenditures for DDC clients that qualify for reimbursement from the Federal Developmental Disabilities Grant. This includes $186.1 million. FTEs).1 million. Federal Funds of $602.252. • Medical Vendor Payments (MVP): The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $669.2 million ($56.000 – Office of Secretary Also included within the transfer of funding are 143 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.4 million.1 million.6 million ($8.4 million State General Fund) reduction achieved with the full implementation of Louisiana BAYOU HEALTH program and $6.O.5 million State General Fund) to fund a contract increase for the fiscal agent that processes payments for “self-direction” in home and community based services and to fund a state plan option which enables a 6% Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP) savings for long-term personal care services in Medical Vendor Payments ($4. This is not an increase to the departments’ overall budget. MEDICAID Medical Vendor Administration (MVA): The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $26.339 – Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities $16. and responsibilities from the agencies listed above. $6. The decreases are: Fees and Self-generated Revenues of $1. • The budget achieves savings through several different mechanisms. The increases are: State General Fund of $5.3 million State General Fund) reduction from a 2% provider program reduction.O. $135. • • An increase in Federal Funds of $1.8 million State General Fund) in savings from eliminating the Community Care program.O. The increases are: State General Fund of $185.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED • • • • $3.

physicians. and Interagency Transfers of $4.4 million.9 million.8 million ($14 million State General Fund) is also provided for pharmacy utilization.2 million ($1.7 million ($4.3 million State General Fund) for Federally Qualified Health Centers and Rural Health Centers. • • There are also unavoidable increases in the Medicaid program because of federal requirements including: • • There is also $14. $5. nursing homes. $11. $14.9 million State General Fund) are achieved from fraud.2 million State General Fund) is provided for carryover utilization increases.7 million.9 million.5 million ($3.957.4 million ($164.2 million State General Fund) is also being saved due to moving case coordination and non-waiver services for waiver recipients under BAYOU HEALTH.4 million State General Fund for Medicare Part D or “Clawback” payments for prescription drugs for dual eligibles (those eligible for Medicare and Medicaid).0 million. These centers must be funded as they enroll in this program. and Federal Funds of $5.2 million ($3.Community Care is being phased out because of the BAYOU HEALTH Implementation. Statutory Dedications of $ 2. waiver services providers and all other Medicaid providers. Nursing home rates will be cut effective June 30.5 million State General Fund) savings are built in for switching to a Pharmacy Average Acquisitions Cost Methodology for pharmacy reimbursement. ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) grant from the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness for generators. waste and abuse and handle licensure issues as they arise from Health Standards.2013 .8 million. There are decreases in Fees and Self-generated Revenues of $306. The Interagency Transfers decrease is due primarily to the transfer of the Permanent Supportive Housing grant to the Office of Aging and Adult Services and to a reduction of funding due to the completion of the heating. OTHER DHH OFFICES Office of the Secretary: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net reduction in total funding of $ 3. $567. $11.3 million ($28. The increases are: State General Fund of $3. Statutory Dedications of $347.9 million. eliminating the need to annualize the rebasing from the current fiscal year with State General Fund. $49. 2012 based on published rules.2 million from Federal Funds. Fees and Self-generated Revenues and Federal Funds increases are primarily due to the transfer of Program Integrity and Health Standards from Medical Vendor Administration to the Office of the Secretary in an effort to better coordinate efforts with the agency’s legal department to fight fraud.5 million. There is a reduction in Interagency Transfers of $18. waste and abuse measures which were implemented in FY 2011-2012.3 million.987.3 million is provided for nursing home rebasing and funded by $13. $48. Office of Aging and Adult Services (OAAS): The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net increase in total funding of $6. $98.4 million in the Private Provider Program to pay Upper Payment Limit (UPL) payments under the new Emergency Ambulance UPL program. $21 million ($6 million State General Fund) savings are built in for changing the reimbursement methodology for Nursing homes. The increases are: State General Fund of $2.2 million State General Fund) savings are built in for migrating hospital reimbursement methodology from a per diem basis to a diagnosis-related group basis. The Statutory Dedications. $4. • • • • • $17 million in savings ($4.1 million State General Fund) is provided to replace a one-time decrease from fraud prevention measures in FY 2011-2012 which built in additional time to pre-review claims prior to payment to Private Providers. 106 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . Fees and Self-generated Revenues of $3. This money is used to fund the base needs of Medicaid and is needed to reimburse hospitals.7 million in Statutory Dedications from the Medicaid Trust Fund for the Elderly and $35.

000 increase in Interagency Transfers from Medical Vendor Administration and a $100. After evaluating the bids received. 22 T. a history of mental illness. The reductions are due to the annualization of the FY 2011-2012 midyear reductions.043 in State General Fund and a decrease in Statutory Dedications of $29.9 million increase in Interagency Transfers for Permanent Supportive Housing Funds. developmental disabilities. There are increases in State General Fund of $5 million and Fees and Self Generated Revenues of $992.669 increase in State General Fund to restore Nursing Facility Admission Review (NFAR) and 7 T. The increases are due to the replacement of expired Federal grants and awards 107 . NFAR screens all nursing facility admissions to determine if individuals admitted have a physician order. $100. The administration of the Permanent Supportive Housing activity is being transferred to OAAS from the Office of the Secretary. NFAR was privatized and put out for bid.169.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED and Federal Funds of $146.O. FTEs. A $16.906.363. FTEs will be transferred from Elderly Affairs to OAAS.115. For FY 2011-2012. The reductions are: Interagency Transfers of $601. and Federal Funds of $6 million. Statutory Dedications of $2.000 increase in Statutory Dedications from the Nursing Home Residents Trust Fund for OAAS to engage in demonstration projects pursuant to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. or meet the level of care criteria for facilities.5 million. • • • OAAS’s T. A $530. and the reduction of excess budget authority and Federal grants that have expired.O. The increase is due to the transfer of Elderly Protective Services into Adult Protective Services and the transfer from the Office of the Secretary of the administration of Permanent Supportive Housing activity to OAAS. which includes an increase of $54.O. A $2. FTEs increases by 29. consolidation of OPH regional administration functions to reduce duplication of effort.6 million increase in State General Fund due to the transfer of Elderly Protective Services into Adult Protective Services. Office of Public Health (OPH): The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net reduction of $3. the agency determined that it was more cost effective to perform the duties in-house. • • Louisiana Emergency Response Network (LERN) Board: The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects an increase of $24.1 million.137.

O. In order to realize greater efficiencies and more efficiently utilize administrative and support personnel.3 million. $950.9 million of Interagency Transfers. and 21 T. and the screening.7 million.2 million.1 million reduction in Fees and Self-generated Revenues due to the expiration of the British Petroleum (BP) Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill funding. technology and aids to assist individuals with their disability to be more independent. 113 of the 421 positions are being transferred to the newly created Acadiana Area Human Services District. and HIV patients. 108 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .O. $2. The reductions are Interagency Transfers of $48.995 and Fees and Self-generated Revenues in the amount of $23.004.with State General Fund and Fees and Self Generated Revenues to maintain activities involving the certification of first responders and emergency medical technicians. FTEs will be achieved by the privatization of Northlake and Northwest Supports and Services Center Programs. $1.5 million decrease in State General Fund for savings attributed to the relocation of Central Louisiana State Hospital to the northeast corner of the campus in Central. Statutory Dedications of $3. $16 million in Statutory Dedications.1 million. FTEs. $3.2 million of Statutory Dedications authority was reduced because one-time funds from the sale of Metropolitan Developmental are fully expended.3 million and Fees and Self-generated Revenues of $527. After analyzing the fees that OPH collects for various health related functions. $250K decrease in State General Fund for Louisiana Assistive Technology Access Network (LATAN) to provide devices. and $6. The merger will reduce the administrative overhead of OPH and enable more personnel to be directed to supporting and assisting field activities. $3 million of Federal Funds was reduced in the Early Steps program and increased in State General Fund. FTEs will be reduced as administrative functions in OPH’s regional offices are consolidated to reduce duplication of effort and functions in OPH’s activities.7 million reduction in Fees and Self-generated Revenues due to the privatization of the Acute Unit at the University Medical Center in Lafayette. The reductions are: State General Fund in the amount of $28.9 million of excess Federal Funds budget authority will be reduced.658 of State General Fund expenditures and 14 T. the Vital Records and Statistics and Environmental Health Services Programs are being merged into the Personal Health Services Program. After analyzing some 60 different federal funding sources and actual expenditures. $3.5 million increase in State General Fund for the annualization of the Coordinated System of Care. $1. • • Office of Behavioral Health (OBH): The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net reduction in total funding of $28. and treatment of sexually transmitted disease.118 T. $10. Office for Citizens with Developmental Disabilities (OCDD): The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget reflects a net decrease in total funding of $50. $2. including $237.744 of State General Fund.O. which is being renamed the Public Health Services Program.7 million of Interagency Transfers and 1.2013 .8 million.3 million. Tuberculosis. detection. public health clinics and facilities. and Federal Funds of $3 million. FTEs. • • • An overall reduction of 100 T.O.7 million in Federal Funds. OPH is reducing excess budget authority and realigning expenditures.1 million of Fees and Self-generated Revenues budget authority will be reduced.O. $2. FTEs. OPH is reducing budget authority for grants that have expired or are no longer available. • • • • • Annualization of reductions under Appropriated Order BJ 2011-25. • • • • • A reduction of 421 T. There is an increase in Interagency Transfers in the amount of $126. Louisiana. Reductions of $47. and drinking water permits. sanitary inspections. The budget reflects increases in State General Fund of $4.

034 0 Over/Under EOB ($31.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 09_300 — Jefferson Parish Human Services Authority Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 652.256) 0 0 $1.207.171.884 0 23.584) (647.031.181 0 0 23.188 477.742.256 0 72.100 $20.444.159.290 10.315.437 6.558 3.315 4. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $18.255.431.139.993 (477.000 $32.334) (633.360.811) 4.803.884) 0 0 $87.610) 3.023) (1.798.142 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $18.687 (496.940. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $18.360.855 0 Over/Under EOB ($2.879 95.001.100 $20.781 (652.649.313 11.834.997.223.696 7.534.781 0 0 72.674 0 0 $25.618 0 09_301 — Florida Parishes Human Services Authority Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.126 0 496.201 0 Over/Under EOB ($1. O.025.454 0 09_302 — Capital Area Human Services District Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.674) 0 0 $681.963 3. O.321) 2.573 48.747 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $10. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $11.113. O.362 6.036.892 0 109 .169.634.778.237 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $15.853 6.000 $30.687 0 0 0 $25.996.

665.169 0 206.2013 .511 (1.498.061. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $81.364 0 0 0 0 1.409.904 0 1.792.677.259 (260) 110 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .000) (5. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $372.270.180 $1.543 6.594. O.505 15.355.234.052 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $22.995.884 (2.113 8 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $383.381 397.355.155) 0 20.933 0 0 0 0 1.075.014 0 226.598 8.595. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $20.941 $26.030 0 0 1.085. O.169.432 $1.252 $106.493 739.982 2.739.024.620.761.526.247 1.139.482 6.926.359) 1.123.036.951.506 877 Over/Under EOB $5.829.871.692.322 0 Over/Under EOB $2.641 3.649 (397.977.853 $332.912 $306.796 7 Over/Under EOB $10.052 $31.904) 0 0 $1.428.270 0 09_305 — Medical Vendor Administration Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.657.683 (1) 09_304 — Metropolitan Human Services District Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.117 548.758 2.696.241.09_303 — Developmental Disabilities Council Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.052 $33.641 8.431 0 0 0 0 96.137 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $86. O.962 8.

977.004 108.114 4. O.772) (104.076.033 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $15.218) 0 602.077 (24.179 0 Over/Under EOB $185.864.077 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.743.292 $24.600 ($647.254.080) 2.759.403 2.313.814 88.548.149.896.759.656) (818.834 3.645) 1.102 0 09_307 — Office of the Secretary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.767 477 Over/Under EOB $3.128 10.681) 0 70. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $17.521.503.069.598 0 5.888.816 0 4.179 $6.064 0 Over/Under EOB ($1.424.743. O.431.820 7.914 249.470.606.865.887 301 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $52.413 (372.593.120) 176 09_309 — South Central Louisiana Human Services Authority Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.787.540 28. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.306 47.241.066 $7.244.994 372.618 7.050.415.686 77.482 ($3. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $48.394.309.847.048 161.439.969) 0 111 .289.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 09_306 — Medical Vendor Payments Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.469 602.411.779.994 0 13.225.887 $669.883.407 0 0 186.697 498.456 0 7. O.234 (18.686.706 2.940.159.644.538 0 5.450.927 133.851.226.755.278.982.612.955.097 $109.962 6.955.681 0 115.692 $25.579 $105.684.

09_320 — Office of Aging and Adult Services Office of Aging and Adult Services Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.045. O.100.147.344 374 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $12.218 0 0 0 0 $20.301.799 0 719.933. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 20.218 0 112 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .373 7 Over/Under EOB $54.616.095 1.497.2013 .393.805.521 1.529.101 33.010.987) 0 (146.812 0 573. O.881.218 0 Over/Under EOB $0 20.043 0 0 (29.906 0 0 $2.137 0 09_325 — Acadiana Area Human Services District Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.447 37.659 29 09_324 — Louisiana Emergency Response Network Board Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.953 $48.426 (306.805.236 7 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $2.439 3.407.805. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $9.346 4. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.909.933.879.381.003 403 Over/Under EOB $2.906) 0 0 $24.311.957) (347.169) $6.805.784 $54. O.396 3.330 0 0 29.218 0 0 0 0 $20.373 0 0 0 0 0 $2.

166.531.016 0 9. O.263 (601.845 0 44.363 Over/Under EOB $5.463 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $34.840.262.066 90.356) ($3.550 $189.677 3.190.152 0 243.841.553 Over/Under EOB $4.184.338) ($50.988 25.714.392 23.731.048.414.345 134.861.163) 113 .896 5.102.897 9.247.986.003 (16.784.415 2.655.996.056.716 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $38.623) (421) 09_340 — Office for Citizens w/Developmental Disabilities Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.302.016) 0 (2.783) 527.200 1.266 9.718.115) 992.070 $316.681 0 0 6.677.658 182.960.874.198 9. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $29.228.033.842 1.330.440.724 $337.337 $344.894) 0 (6.561 6.892 32.031 Over/Under EOB ($28.291.239.129 23.046 0 249.018) 0 (6.995.267) ($28.510.666.122.038 2.795.549.011.037.452 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $148.288 2.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 09_326 — Office of Public Health Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.368 $334. O.334.827 0 37.135.768.739) (100) 09_330 — Office of Behavioral Health Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.363 (2.446) (1.461 1.762. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $177.586.713.762.687 (48.330.730 90.893 21. O.140.888 $239.993.336) 126.004 (3.103 24.995 23.757. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $34.049 9.

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945.234.857 0 (4.945) 0 (144.185 2.332 16.343 0 765.629) ($143. DCFS has reprioritized spending around critical services to help ensure they continue to meet the needs of Louisianans.470. 122 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.942 $805. stakeholders. O. $30. FTEs) were eliminated through restructuring the delivery of services. Office of Juvenile Justice and Department of Education are continuing their efforts of providing a Coordinated System of Care that will offer an integrated approach to providing services for at-risk children and youth served within the child welfare and juvenile justice populations.945. and providers. As a result of these efforts.SCHEDULE 10 . Department of Children and Family Services Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.856.Department of Children and Family Services includes 1 budget unit: Office of Children and Family Services.150. • • • 115 .225.532) (122) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) has undergone the consolidation of agencies and a complete reorganization of the department.285. of which $8.667. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $157. The DCFS.658. Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF): The department will continue to receive the basic block grant of $164 million and will utilize $89.939. Congress did not reauthorize the Supplemental TANF Block Grant of $17 million for federal fiscal year 2012.764 5. This funding is utilized for the re-engineering of current service delivery methods to clients.3 million is State General Fund (Direct).679.O.398.123.DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES Schedule 10 .091 3.798 2.740.398 0 620.567.082 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $161.579 2.571 $949.960 Over/Under EOB $3.798 6. is provided for the continued implementation of the Modernization Project.623 4.7 million to fund initiatives and the remainder to fund core welfare services.189 16.980. however.9 million. the Department of Health and Hospitals.

658.150.567.679.398.798 2.945) 0 (144. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $157.343 0 765.091 3.764 5.225.332 16.740.856.532) (122) 116 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .234.942 $805.945.10_360 — Office of Children and Family Services Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.960 Over/Under EOB $3.398 0 620.798 6.2013 .623 4.185 2.123.945.470.939. O.579 2.629) ($143.285.571 $949.857 0 (4.980.189 16.667.082 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $161.

219.991.875 30.Office of Conservation.010 $203.018.804) 0 (30.351 0 (3.753.207 380 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $5.7 million (14.952.9 million is included for Oilfield Site Restoration. the department has eliminated 13 vacancies from its Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.163.800.740. The decrease is due to a reduction in federal budget authority due to a BA-7 in the current year that realigned the budget with anticipated expenditures. Oil Field Site Restoration: • • $4. and Office of Coastal Management.378 0 119. $633.SCHEDULE 11 . This funding is used to restore orphan well sites when no responsible owner can be found.738. This funding is used to compensate commercial fishermen for damage to property from underwater obstruction.683. Department of Natural Resources Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.724 367 Over/Under EOB $692.182 0 149.483) (13) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget for the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reflects a decrease of $29.159) ($29.DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Schedule 11 . In addition. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $4.Department of Natural Resources includes 4 budget units: Office of the Secretary.321. • Fisherman’s Gear: • 117 . The increase in State General Fund is due to a means of financing substitution decreasing funding in Statutory Dedications from the Mineral and Energy Operations Fund to fund indirect costs.851 $173. FTEs).814 345.129 2. administration and regulation of minerals.875 33.326 14.966 is included for the Fisherman’s Gear activity.Office of Mineral Resources.182. O.455 17.520.060.O.6%) from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). and related energy activities.165 345.

485 20.078 0 (294.000 20.053 0 30.925.796 $20.063. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.000 12.598.915) 0 0 ($871.230.364 179 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1. O.000 12.507.041 $49.875 5.371) (3) 11_432 — Office of Conservation Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.160) 0 (30.130) 429.192.000 20.425.520.200 $79.288 20.704.004.652 (5) 11_434 — Office of Mineral Resources Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.11_431 — Office of the Secretary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.934 9.824 68 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.213 0 61.982.027 0 1.691 0 1.291. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.928.796 $19.159) ($30.286.016 174 Over/Under EOB ($303.875 0 131.752.989.746 0 0 (2. O.224 84 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $2.875 5.589.433.746 90.359.392 1.363.730. O.730.192.664) 0 0 $971.732.803 0 (998.853 81 Over/Under EOB ($197. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 90.172.034 $13.905 4.002 285.169) (4) 118 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .273.492.487) 2.804 9.2013 .862.034 $12.655 64 Over/Under EOB $1.790 0 131.000 10.000 13.080 285.883.752.

000 1.797 20.710.980 $90.327 20.470 0 136.488 0 86.006.796.423 0 86.297.980 $91.000 1.405 (1) 119 .136.200 48 Over/Under EOB $0 249. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 3.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 11_435 — Office of Coastal Management Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.273.795 49 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 3.547.935 0 200.000 $586.206.

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9 million from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).864 (14.999.426.730 792 Over/Under EOB $61. O. and other one-time expenditures.423.300 93.103 802 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $61.679) (22. professional service contracts.373) (10) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget for the Department of Revenue includes $95. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 361. O.423.300 93. FTE) positions and a reduction of $315.007 $97.373) (10) 121 .197 728.899 95.007 $95.000) ($1.007 $95.SCHEDULE 12 .041 0 883.518 705.DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Schedule 12 .197 728.599) (1.356.041 0 883.007 $97.929.000) ($1. Department of Revenue Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. which reflects a decrease of $1.5 million is provided for software upgrades and expanded electronic services for the taxpayer.103 802 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $61.730 792 Over/Under EOB $61.959) 0 (94. $2.864 347.4 million in overall funding.426.929.599) (1.144 and 10 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalent (T.356.Department of Revenue includes 1 budget unit: Office of Revenue. • • 12_440 — Office of Revenue Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 for printing and postage from the implementation of debit card refunds.679) (22.864 347.518 705.899 95. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 361.423. The funding decrease is largely attributed to the non-recurring of funding associated with acquisitions.999.000 0 977.864 (14.O.959) 0 (94.423. Additional reductions include a decrease of $855.000 0 977.

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1 million.815. FTE) positions.000 1.362 0 25.543) (6.718) (43) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget for the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) reflects a decrease of $7. O.543.300 494. and professional services which totaled $1.898. and a reduction to Waste Tire Management Statutory Dedication Fund $700.000 in Environmental Trust Fund Statutory Dedication funding for implementation of the LA Gov-Enterprise Resource Planning system.000 99. Additional reductions include a decrease of $3. and Office of Management and Finance.665 $133.917.525.152 762 Over/Under EOB $250. Also.O.143 (389.Office of Environmental Compliance.811.000 2.400 $126.000 is provided to the Louisiana Rural Water Association.996.6 million from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).269. These funds will allow for technical assistance to be provided to rural water systems throughout the state in areas with populations fewer than 10. non-recurring funding for the 27th pay period $2.870 805 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $500. supplies. annualization of FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan included reductions in operating services.000 1.DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Schedule 13 .590.308.5 million. Included is $500. • • 123 .543 106.SCHEDULE 13 . non-recurring of Federal Funds for Underground Storage Tank Hurricane Grant $3 million. travel.1 million and 43 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalent (T.000.789.073.265) ($7. State General Fund in the amount of $500.309 0 22. non-recurring of hurricane demolition monitoring $354.Department of Environmental Quality includes 4 budget units: Office of the Secretary. Department of Environmental Quality Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.844.000.480.Office of Environmental Services. Funding reductions include the following: non-recurring of carry-forward funding $431.443 105.053) 0 (2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $250.

697. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 10.322.543) (3.845 $12.000 0 9.143) (15) 124 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .716 0 14. O.510) (15) 13_852 — Office of Environmental Services Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.643 (354.000 65.468 ($318.603.026.313 $12. O.278 188 Over/Under EOB $0 15.864.877) 0 (2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $250.000 (15.000 7.853 $15.628.524 0 4.000 7.306) 0 113.000 0 80.425 0 6.583.026.13_850 — Office of the Secretary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 7.733) ($4.000) (674.899 $41.837 96 Over/Under EOB $250.047.839 0 11.791.073.000 7.593.675 104 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $500.838) (8) 13_851 — Office of Environmental Compliance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.265.127.337.655.300 354.422.403.180.632 $45.2013 .453.861.333.543 30.681 375 Over/Under EOB $0 1.143) 0 0 ($1.830 0 4.722. O.000 0 (1.291.191 390 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 2.134.568 0 6. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1.853 $16.943 0 26.421 203 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 15.808.

708.000) (1.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 13_855 — Office of Management and Finance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.335 $57.500 40.356 103 Over/Under EOB $0 30.917.246.521 0 611.000 58.000 56.583 108 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 30.727) 0 0 ($1.537.248 0 611. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 60.390.500 (20.335 $58.527. O.227) (5) 125 .

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127 .LOUISIANA WORKFORCE COMMISSION Schedule 14 .SCHEDULE 14 .Louisiana Workforce Commission includes 1 budget unit: Workforce Support and Training.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $8. Statutory Dedications ($33. unemployed.544 1. • • • • • 128 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .O. $8.151. adult.590) ($3. Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) staff and others including various state and federal agencies that exchange data with LWC’s Office of Unemployment Insurance Administration program. employment services to the youth. The LRS activities use State General Fund as matching funds to receive $3.6 million for Louisiana Vocational Rehabilitation Services (LRS).4 million) are included for the leveraging of Jobseeker Services.2 million in State General Fund is used as matching funds to draw $30. Office of Unemployment Insurance Administration.7 million in funds consisting of Fees and Self-generated Revenues ($69. benefits. and to ensure that all employers within the state comply with their legal duty to be properly secured for workers' compensation coverage. $1 million in Statutory Dedications are included for the Fraud Detection Solution Software Platform Pilot Project System to detect fraudulent activity by any party affiliated with the Louisiana Workforce Commission.873. $2.2013 .695.830.052.238.69 in Federal Funds per $1 of State General Fund. FTEs) were eliminated from the budget.097 $279. and Federal Funds ($73. totaling $38.155 Over/Under EOB $0 (2.430 0 167. O.2 million). and the underemployed workers of the state.202).905) (36) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • • Thirty-six vacant Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. $26. dislocated.449 1.592.239.868.7 million in Statutory Dedications are included for Louisiana businesses to partner with Louisiana-based training providers in order to deliver customized training to the employees of the awarded company through the Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP).6 million in Interagency Transfers from the Office of Children and Family Services are included for the Louisiana Employment Assistance Program (LEAP).768 4.768 2.212.4 million in Federal Funds.926. The new automated unemployment insurance system is envisioned as a modern webenabled fully-automated system that will provide integrated tax. The funding was accumulated by using federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funds with workforce dollars from integrating agencies.047 69.Louisiana Workforce Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.990 69. attorneys.191 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $8. and Office of Workers Compensation Administration Programs.239.802 0 172. $9.5 million in Federal Funds are included for continued implementation of the Louisiana Claims and Tax System (LaCATS).687 $283.628 0 (4. $106. and appeals services to claimants.202 100. employers.202 98.019.516.943) 0 2.

592.905) (36) 129 .868.873.628 0 (4.695.590) ($3.047 69.768 2.239.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 14_474 — Workforce Support and Training Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.516.019. O.155 Over/Under EOB $0 (2.212.238.449 1.830.687 $283. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $8.430 0 167.544 1.097 $279.926.052.239.191 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $8.802 0 172.990 69.768 4.151.943) 0 2.202 98.202 100.

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Department of Wildlife and Fisheries includes 4 budget units: Wildlife and Fisheries Management and Finance. 131 .SCHEDULE 16 .DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES Schedule 16 .Office of the Secretary.Office of Wildlife. and Office of Fisheries.

as well as contracts for the treatment of aquatic vegetation. $0.474 $210. $9 million – development and implementation of strategies to promote wild-caught Louisiana seafood products and to develop new and existing markets.636.965 775 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 19.219 98. and marina owners.329.8 million – disaster assistance grants for small business.662 777 Over/Under EOB $0 12.Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 6.517. The Office of Fisheries’ budget includes $50 million in Federal Funds. charter boat captains.502.303) 2 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Funding of $7.251. $7.794.148 100.9 million is provided in the Office of Fisheries for aquatic weed control.016.350 0 67. including fishermen.4 million.1 million) and Federal Funds ($0.554 0 88. The Office of Fisheries’ budget includes $4. • • • The Office of Fisheries’ budget includes $4.5 million – update/improve fishery data and records management system.796 0 (21.182. This funding provides for staffing and the purchase of chemicals and equipment.2 million represents year two of a three year grant at a total of $13. and related businesses serving the fishing industry.533. wholesale/retail dealers. fishing vessel license holders.5 million – update/improve oyster leasing records management and data system. Expenses also include research partnerships with state universities on alternative uses and treatment methods for nuisance aquatic plants.6 million in Fees & Self-generated Revenues funding from British Petroleum for a grant to fund seafood safety programs to test seafood collected from Louisiana waters to help address safety concerns due to the Deepwater Horizon Event.718 16. The funding amount of $4.333.471 (137. $4 million – cooperative research with commercial fishermen and dealers to measure recovery. O.740. fish processors.250.4 million – assistance payments to qualifying commercial fishermen.2 million.975 $203. and offshore areas due to the Deepwater Horizon Event.460. The Office of Fisheries’ budget includes $4 million in Fees & Self-generated Revenues funding from British Petroleum for a grant to fund seafood marketing initiatives to repair seafood brand damage to the Louisiana seafood industry due to the Deepwater Horizon Event.2 million is for continuing hurricane disaster assistance for the fisheries industry participants as follows: • • • • • • $1 million – public oyster ground rehabilitation projects to rebuild reefs through cultch planting.6 million represents year two of a three year grant at a total of $18 million. $0.000 of Statutory Dedication Artificial Reef Development Fund • • • 132 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .499.071) 2. of which $37.2013 . The funding amount of $4 million represents year two of a three year grant at a total of $12.852.189 16. nearshore.8 million). $14. The Office of Fisheries’ budget includes $5.2 million in Fees & Self-generated Revenues funding from British Petroleum for a grant to fund monitoring programs in the inshore. which consists of Statutory Dedications ($7.499) ($7. The funding amount of $4.

045 $31. This $1. This represents $1 million from the White Lake Property Fund to match $250.165.076 266 Over/Under EOB $0 (281.727) ($2. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 269.069.9 miles of Intracoastal Waterway shoreline stabilization at the White Lake Intracoastal Canal. outreach.508 0 355.585) 0 133 . Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 356.772 $33.8 million in federal funding from the U.715 $10. seafood sustainability.809) 0 0 ($62.542 0 5.031 0 4.723 68 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 1.000 from Shell Oil Company and $1.285.447.511) 0 (812.422.282.914 68 Over/Under EOB $0 800. The Office of Wildlife’s budget includes $2.500 0 9. O.347) (27. The Office of Fisheries’ budget includes $7 million in Interagency Transfer funding from the Office of State Police for oyster rehabilitation through cultch planting in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.500 0 10.879.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED for the Fisheries Program to provide for programs focused on wildlife seafood certification.7 million in Interagency Transfer funding from the Office of Coastal Restoration and Protection for oyster rehabilitation via remote setting of hatchery-produced oyster larvae on cultch material (e.000 0 26. These projects will continue early restoration efforts for oysters on the public oyster seed grounds impacted by the oil spill and the state’s spill response actions.715 $10. The LED is the primary agency for providing public safety on the waterways of the state. The Law Enforcement Division’s (LED) budget includes $2.347 27.000 27.184. oyster shell. etc.).661 266 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 75.847. limestone. crushed concrete.5 million for the White Lake Intracoastal Canal Project.835.044.809) 0 16_512 — Office of the Secretary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.25 million North American Wetlands Conservation Act funding from Ducks Unlimited to perform some 3.g.372. • • • 16_511 — Wildlife and Fisheries Management and Finance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. oiled wildlife response. Coast Guard Boating Safety program to provide recreational boating safety education and enforcement. and development of inshore artificial reefs • The Office of Fisheries’ budget includes $1. The $7 million is part of an $11 million oyster cultch planting allocation from Louisiana’s $100 million early restoration oil spill fund and will be used to rehabilitate over 500 acres of oyster habitat at four coastal locations east of the Mississippi River.000) (1.000 0 (862.699 0 355.910.7 million will be leveraged with $1 million of federal funds indicated in a previous section to further expand oyster restoration efforts following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. S.

156.017 0 (19.122) 0 134 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .099 0 (1.630 230 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 11.476.966.317.768.16_513 — Office of Wildlife Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1.248 35.000 819.268 0 12.034.215.175 $47.750.595.313) ($6.736.613.2013 .691. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 4.870.634 $46.636.345.900 29.108.248.319 31.508 230 Over/Under EOB $0 10.722 532.164 213 Over/Under EOB $0 1. O.459) $1.136.290.900 28.236 0 70.353 $119.751.573 80.253 0 50.213 2 16_514 — Office of Fisheries Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.149 452.245 (190.884.770.951 211 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 6.483.040 $113.722 16.460.071) 3. O.967 15.340.367 0 11.

945 1. O.363.02 million represents a 1.362 17.563 0 0 $25.Department of Civil Service includes 5 budget units: State Civil Service.907.DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE Schedule 17 .370 13.Ethics Administration.706.009 (99.851) 174.758. O.631 623.020) 0 0 $36.261 610.369 213 Over/Under EOB ($51. 135 .518 212 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $4.713 13.926 95 Over/Under EOB $0 102. These changes include: • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $255.076. Department of Civil Service Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.1% increase over the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.547 95 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 10. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $4. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 10.543 0 0 $25.SCHEDULE 17 .State Police Commission.Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service.022.379 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding $11.297.295 0 0 0 $11. and Division of Administrative Law.009 0 0 0 $115.511 17.026.823.851 1 17_560 — State Civil Service Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.657 754.936 2.399.400.286 0 0 0 $10.998.370 767.927.

O.401) 0 0 (94. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $3.977 0 0 $4.17_561 — Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.378) 0 136 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .543 19 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 16.543 0 0 $1.676 41 Over/Under EOB ($6.93 million represents a 0.054 41 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3.808.82% increase over the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.927.2013 . • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.020 0 118.619 0 118.911.927.O.815. FTEs) is 19.465 1 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding $1. These changes include: • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $52.465 0 0 $16.926.057 0 0 0 $3.078 18 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 1.675 out of the Municipal Fire and Police Civil Service Operating Fund.O. an increase of one T. position that will allow them to meet their strategic and operational objectives throughout all functions of the agency. 17_562 — Ethics Administration Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O.O.028.078 0 0 $1.911.977) 0 0 ($101.057 94. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 1. FTE from EOB. This adjustment provides the agency with one T.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $604. O.000 in State General Fund for a professional services contract for legal services. • • 17_563 — State Police Commission Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. The FY 2011-2012 Mid-year Reduction Plan was annualized.526.515) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding $575.025 7.511) 0 0 (10.867 3 Over/Under EOB ($28.900 0 137 .3% decrease under the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.000 in State General Fund.902. These changes include: • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $10. These changes include: • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $94.867 represents a 6. which resulted in a reduction of $40.93 million represents a 2.457 55 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $322. The FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan was annualized which resulted in a reduction of $115.593 10.004 0 0 $614. O.004) 0 0 ($38.593 0 0 0 $7.867 0 0 0 0 0 $575. • 17_564 — Division of Administrative Law Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.977 out of the Overcollections Fund.598.000.964 7.504) 0 0 $44.343 0 (10.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding $3.004 out of the Overcollections Fund.357 55 Over/Under EOB ($16.382 3 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $575.947.939) 72.739 26. in State General Fund.378 0 0 10. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $338.396 26. An increase of $50.504 0 0 $7.52% decrease under the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.

These changes include: • Funding for the 27th pay period was non-recurred in the amount of $105. of which $10.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding $7.000 in Interagency Transfers to support the increase in the cost of a new lease for office space in Baton Rouge. • • 138 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .2013 .95 million represents a 0. The FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan was annualized. An increase of $100.939 in State General Fund.6% increase over the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget.504 was out of the Overcollections Fund.043. which resulted in a reduction of $16.

O.RETIREMENT SYSTEMS Schedule 18 .Retirement Systems includes 1 budget unit: Teachers' Retirement System Contributions. Retirement Systems Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.SCHEDULE 18 . Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 139 .

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190 (39.283.LSU System.132.582.University of Louisiana System. the LaGrad Act.909.247) (2. O.180.SCHEDULE 19A .502.591. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.749 0 152. Higher Education Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.Office of Student Financial Assistance.976.2 million.831 0 159.157 231.2m along with the additional tuition funds provided by Act 741 of the 2010 Regular Session.223.256) (41.627.837) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The total funding for Higher Education for FY 2012-2013 reflects a decrease of $35.947.059.703 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $993.419.2% to the total higher education appropriated budget.LA Universities Marine Consortium.743. $13. or -1.245.911.006 $3. after adjusting for items such as the $50 million annualization of the FY 2011-2012 mid-year budget reduction and the non-recurring of one-time expenditures in FY 2011-2012.349.246) 48. TOPS is Louisiana’s merit-based scholarship program that awards qualifying students tuition payments for up to eight semesters at any eligible Louisiana institution. The projected number of TOPS recipients for FY • 141 .853) ($105. In addition.232.180.944 1.373.082) 0 (6.Higher Education includes 7 budget units: Board of Regents.347 192.866 Over/Under EOB ($65.336 24.017.196.153 $2.399 434.190 1.583 27.HIGHER EDUCATION Schedule 19A .6 million in additional funds are provided to fully fund Taylor Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS) awards.991. higher education’s funding level reflects the addition of State General Fund to provide for the FY 2011-2012 tuition carryover of $97. and LA Community & Technical Colleges System.143 392.Southern University System.

4 million in State General Fund.108 1.873 $66. Long Medical Center’s Medicaid and UCC payments are as follows: • • • • • Medicaid and UCC combined for all three hospitals totaled $341 million which represents a 4.108 1. and $2. for a total of $2. Long Medical Center.873 $79.426. Medicaid payments total $148.624) (13) 142 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .777 decrease in the Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.4 million in State General Fund for Go Grants is unchanged from the FY 2011-2012 budgeted amount. Conway Medical Center.A.A. which provides for additional Fees and Self-generated Revenues to replace the reduction in Interagency Transfers from DHH for Medicaid.667. Conway Medical Center and Huey P.A.27 million in Federal Funds.6% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB for the three hospitals. which represents a 30. • • • $26. 19A_671 — Board of Regents Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.2 million means of financing substitution for the Louisiana Behavioral Health Partnership for behavioral services.A. Conway Medical Center and $29.024) (7. UCC totals $192.540. Conway Medical Center.864 70 Over/Under EOB ($5.000) 0 (113.500. This includes $160.2 million for E. FTEs) for the outsourcing of the Loan Operations program at OSFA.7 million for the Huey P.086.2013 . $3 million for E.000 0 15.744 vacant positions.426.063.027. which represents a 29. FTEs) which includes the elimination of 2.27 million for the elimination of the Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (LEAP) and Special Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership (SLEAP) grants.839 4. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $19.O.0 million for E.600) 0 (500.2012-2013 is 42. E.5 million.040.443.227.044 30.7% decrease over the FY 2011-2012 EOB for the three hospitals.488 83 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $14. Long Medical Center.2 million for E. and $5. Conway Medical Center.199.O.753.6 million for Huey P. The adjustment to TOPS also includes replacing Statutory Dedication from the Overcollections Fund provided in FY 2011-2012 with Statutory Dedications from the TOPS Fund as well as $39.330.044 30. Long Medical Center. Funding reductions for the Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) include the non-recurring of $1 million State General Fund (match) and $1.2 million. The FY 2012-2013 appropriated budget includes Interagency Transfers for Medicaid and Uncompensated Care Costs (UCC) that are received from the Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) Medical Vendor Payments. • $26.1 million in State General Fund savings and a decrease of 60 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. $6.      $1. $90.A.6 million for LSU HSCS.2 million for LSU HSCS.8 million for LSU HSCS. O.9% decrease over FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB) level. The LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport (LSU HSCS). and $35 million for the Huey P.6 million for LSU HSCS. Long Medical Center.600 0 16.000) ($13.3 million for Huey P. $93.925 with a total funding of $172.563. These grants are designed to bridge the gap between the amount of financial aid a student is awarded through the Federal Pell Grant aid program or similar institutional financial need grant and the calculated Education Cost Gap for a student attending a Louisiana college or university.5 million. This includes $52. This includes $212.863 11. This includes $17. 2.

062 (60) 19A_600 — LSU System Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.055.354.270.118) (3.141 $1.000 39.161.211.267.113. O. O.830.252.650 54.878.192 Over/Under EOB ($73.503 385.252.337.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 19A_674 — LA Universities Marine Consortium Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.667 $14.952 479.221.415.148.000 7.529.858.912) 143 .599.343 243.539.263 $248.000) 0 (38. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $460.653.607) 0 6.864 108.334 136 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $132.260 73 Over/Under EOB ($191.155.841 420.667 $8.501 517.526 0 83.573 $245.612.112.630) 0 0 ($148.051 0 4.023.173) 0 (6.994.338) (34. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $84.956 120.545 (160.120 77 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $2.310) $3.864 70.798 0 4.143 0 52.196.420.635) (2.583.034.549) (37.393.000 747 0 0 $5.583.402 375.034. O.391.141 $1. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.073.140 (4) 19A_661 — Office of Student Financial Assistance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.156 0 83.157.000 1.396 76 Over/Under EOB $47.000 39.192.626.185.100.772 12.795 375.798 403.285.407 15.956 120.970 0 46.747.104 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $387.768 57.

972 16.066.379.396 1.927 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $51.289 74.490.411) 0 274.305 1.833.372.978 0 154.455.726.19A_615 — Southern University System Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.011 3. O.702 71.254 7.853) (45.740.023.969 1.360.709.421 Over/Under EOB ($8.285.759.330 0 0 $293.435.858.556 1.179 Over/Under EOB ($20.959.778.304 16.033.855 Over/Under EOB ($6.209 $131.831.546 (957.361) 0 0 ($11.475.513 4.266 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $122.508.127 7.516. O.752 $138.000) 70.397.941.718.980.457 ($7.668.943 0 0 $766.287.399) (87) 144 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .005 69. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $143.593 0 3.150.130.461.697) (1.357 13.110 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $282.873 311 19A_649 — LA Community & Technical Colleges System Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.024. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $291.612 3.584) 0 10. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $57.923 396.528.664) (72) 19A_620 — University of Louisiana System Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.088) (36.754.758.923 467.562 0 144.654.615 2.182 0 3.758 16.2013 . O.691 0 0 $304.978.366 4.377 110.346 0 0 $64.160) (58.230.597 0 0 $701.

Special Schools and Commissions Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. and New Orleans Center for Creative Arts.Louisiana Special Education Center.137.463.000 1.086 $93.245 153. Science and the Arts.117.Louisiana School for Math.245 609.861.890. Streamlining efforts include the elimination of six Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.816.804 750 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $38.514.094) 0 0 ($2. O.SCHEDULE 19B .886 122. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $24.061 2.627) (2) 19B_653 — LA Schools for the Deaf and Visually Impaired Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.619 0 105.572 2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $43.617 0 105.817 0 0 $26.725 23.700) 1.155 25.Louisiana Educational TV Authority.439.7 million for inclusion into the Minimum Foundation Program (MFP) formula.948.SPECIAL SCHOOLS AND COMMISSIONS Schedule 19B .165. O.028.O.614 302 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $21.002 0 0 ($451.020.384.214 296 Over/Under EOB ($2.Board of Elementary & Secondary Education.872 4.177 748 Over/Under EOB ($4. FTEs).349.086 $92.565.469) 2.155 23.280 122.221 2.Special Schools and Commissions includes 6 budget units: LA Schools for the Deaf and Visually Impaired.400) (6) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget for the Louisiana Schools for the Deaf and Visually Impaired (LSDVI) includes a means of financing substitution decreasing State General Fund and increasing Interagency Transfers in the amount of $1.256 26.550.706.394 0 (456.840 25.911 0 0 $28.166.757.575. • 145 .988.275.

000 75. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $5.482 0 20.810 210 Over/Under EOB $0 (215.541.143 0 85.000 76.627) 0 633 0 0 ($214.955 15. 146 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .797) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget for the Louisiana School for the Math.765.646. O.328 15.538 4.804 210 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 15.867 88 Over/Under EOB $19.627 due to statewide adjustments.038 (58.849 0 20. 19B_657 — Louisiana School for Math.350.876.980.500 4.000 $15. Science and the Arts Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.6 million in funding from Minimum Foundation Program (MFP) for instructional services.000 $16.736) 0 0 ($190.202.086 $10.19B_655 — Louisiana Special Education Center Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Science and the Arts includes $1.740 375.2013 .099) 0 (151.459 231.588.641 375.879 0 85.994) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget for the Louisiana Special Education Center includes a decrease in funding of $215.459 80. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 15.664 88 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $5.221.086 $10.091. O.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $7.837 12 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1. 147 .466.000 2. O.996 0 0 $26.000 (147.986 0 0 $9.060 80 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $6.042.450.535 0 0 $2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.461 0 0 $23.339) (1) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget includes a means of financing substitution decreasing State General Fund and increasing Interagency Transfers in the amount of $800.695.000 22.162.067.099) 0 0 2.168.451 147.623 40.353 815.036.436 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget for the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education includes a $2.451 0 0 0 $8.000 25.917 in order for the agency to contract with various state agencies for broadcasting production services.919.917 25.270) 775.5 million increase in the Louisiana Quality Education Support Fund 8(g) to reflect projected revenue.183. O.721 79 Over/Under EOB ($1.093.376 0 1.541. 19B_666 — Board of Elementary & Secondary Education Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.273 12 Over/Under EOB ($75.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 19B_662 — Louisiana Educational TV Authority Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.526.277 0 1.225.917 2.986) 0 0 ($530.061.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $5. O.561.654 302.255 0 (80.531 0 0 $5.350) 0 0 $38.181 0 0 $5.2013 .O.825 58 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $4. FTEs) for implementation of the second year of the full day academic program.292 63 Over/Under EOB ($161.216 582.19B_673 — New Orleans Center for Creative Arts Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.640 0 165.438) 280.895 0 85.467 5 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget for the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts includes an increase of $280. 148 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .255 in Interagency Transfers from the Minimum Foundation Program (MFP) and five Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.522.054.893.

Department of Education includes 6 budget units: State Activities.472.272 $131.503.092 278.560.649.967.120) (2.344. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $3.382) ($304.805 (48.066.768.443.946) (652.299 11.Minimum Foundation Program.467 654 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3.441 0 0 57.606.651. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $55.DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Schedule 19D .813.138.401 14.570 0 54.855.512 0 1.Recovery School District. and Special School Districts.231.791.989.Subgrantee Assistance.851 575.275.744 1.203 ($6.520.936. Department of Education Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.413 446 Over/Under EOB ($7.850.664.295) (58) 19D_678 — State Activities Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.172 596 Over/Under EOB $11.368.825.047.627 35.Non-Public Educational Assistance.742 11. O.652) 0 (264.688 $5.303) (1.069 $137.805 496 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $47.178.747 37.264.037.860 0 1.392) (50) 149 .070 $5.066.336.570) 0 3.728.SCHEDULE 19D . O.146 278.927.410.091.866.752.046 624.279) (101.837.680 14.443) (135.895.

The agency funding level incorporates a $8. and Math (STEM).756) 0 (267.519 10.S.384. writing. travel.799. $7.437.522. and community life. • • • 19D_681 — Subgrantee Assistance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.990) 0 (5.555.0 million is provided to annualize the Race To The Top federal grant received from the U. increase student readiness for career and postsecondary education.1 million is State General Fund.411. Technology. to provide support and interventions to schools and districts in order to raise student achievement. $3. Department of Education to build upon and complement existing standards and assessments. • $76 million [$13. Technology. and College & Career Readiness.9 million reduction.744. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)] is provided for Louisiana’s nationally acclaimed Cecil J. Activities of this initiative are centered on redesigning high schools to meet the needs of all learners and enable students to graduate from high school prepared to succeed in college.411.481) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 level of funding for Subgrantee Assistance is $1.861 0 1. and math. FTEs).747.403 0 Over/Under EOB $11. which supports educational programs in local public school districts. of which $8.884 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $32.5 million is State General Fund.671) ($269. from personal services. Picard LA-4 Pre-K Program for at-risk 150 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .  These Goal Offices provide direct interventions to school districts and schools around the state in order to enrich their capacity to raise student achievement.1 million from the Office of Community Development. The College and Career Readiness Initiative focuses on whole school reform and seeks to reduce drop-out rates and increase high school graduation rates. including a net reduction of 50 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. of which $32.813.7 million in funding. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $20. supplies.751. and other charges.O.3 million of State General Fund. of which $47. Science.116. collection and use of data.617 0 1.163.682.930. of which $3.808.7 million is State General Fund. is successful at reading. school turnaround strategies.936 (7.143 13. and increase participation in postsecondary education. FTEs) and 10 Non-Appropriated Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (Non-T. and effective support for educators. • • State Activities are funded at $131.9 million is State General Fund.O.143 19.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget is divided into distinct activities – those designed to drive the Critical Goals and those designed to support the work of the agency’s Critical Goal Offices: Literacy. The outcomes addressed by these programs are to ensure that every student in Louisiana. Pre-K through 12. O.358 79. $2. career.2013 .8 million. is provided for the College and Career Readiness Initiative.183 $1.990. Engineering.808.411.529 10. Engineering and Math (STEM) Initiatives.9 million of State General Fund is provided for the Ensuring Literacy For All and Science.120.422 87.6 million of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and $33. professional services. $29. other compensation.512 $1.253 billion.252.

developmental delay.099 0 0 4.530. This initiative will focus on building academic performance through quality instruction in the classroom. and $57. Enhancing Education Through Technology.776. This is a dropout prevention program and a major component in the High School Redesign Initiative. $6. • $24. Part A Basic.006.528. Approximately 16.074.518 15. Department of Education to build upon and complement existing standards and assessments. Part D.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED four-year olds. $2.904 $497. collection and use of data.045 students will participate in the six hour educational program and 1.658 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3. $662.020) (1. $405 thousand in State General Fund is provided for the School Choice Pilot Program.900.3 million is State General Fund. mental disability.180) (43. internships. emotional disturbance. articulated credit. O.2 million is provided to annualize the Race To The Top federal grant received from the U.220) 0 151 .106) (8.4 million for Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) . direct.482.2 million of State General Fund is provided for the Private Pre-Kindergarten program transferred from the Governor’s Office to coordinate.000 for the Homeless Children and Youth. or other health impairment specific learning disability.969.438 0 Over/Under EOB ($7. school turnaround strategies.500.0 million for Title II.S. $7.524.0 million non-recurs Education Jobs Fund federal budget authority.117 519.094 at-risk fouryear olds.913.818 $560. and industry-based certification. is provided for the College and Career Readiness programs. This program helps to ensure that graduates of Louisiana public schools are college and career-ready through rigorous programs of study that are aligned with dual enrollment.702. and monitor services to collaborate and partner with compliant nonpublic schools and class “A” daycares in providing preschool instruction and services.086 ($62.900.6 million. Literacy reviews and action plans are targeted to schools and districts enhancing the student’s ability to pass end-of-course testing.498 13. $113.615.000) 0 2. Reductions include the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) federal budget authority for the following: $74.303. • • • • • • 19D_682 — Recovery School District Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.301.000 0 4. work-based learning.205 8.7 million is provided to Ensuring Literacy For All for improved student literacy.5 million for Title 1.937 476. This initiative is geared towards providing students with alternative electives in technical subjects in order to be more attractive in the skilled workforce. and effective support for educators. $3. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $11.Sections 619 and 611.9 million is allocated from TANF for Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) and Educational Mission to Prepare Louisiana Youth (EMPLoY). a two-year pilot program in certain parishes that provide services for students with exceptionalities such as autism. of which $2.049 students will attend the four hour before and after school enrichment program for a total of 17. $16.

482. Special School District (SSD). which was created with the intent to take over failing schools based upon criteria established by the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE).265.919.157. $8.5 million is State General Fund (Direct) and $194 million is Interagency Transfers from the Minimum Foundation Program (MFP).387. is funded at $498 million.345.743 0 0 15.463 0 0 248. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $3.9 million is provided based upon the growth in student count between February 1. New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA).481 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3.945.2013 .205 0 Over/Under EOB $19. 2011. Louisiana State University (LSU) and Southern Lab Schools.206 0 0 264.1 million of State General Fund is provided due to the December 14.981 0 0 $34.9 million in State General Fund is added to support the October 1. • • • 19D_695 — Minimum Foundation Program Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Revenue Estimating Conference forecast for the Lottery Proceeds Fund and Support Education in Louisiana First Fund (SELF).138.9 million of State General Fund is achieved by recognizing the local contribution for students at LSMSA. Louisiana School for Math. is provided for allocations to RSD-operated schools and charter schools for instructional services.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Recovery School District (RSD). Legacy Type 2 Charter Schools. build new school buildings. SSD. Recovery School District (RSD). A net savings of $6. Science and Arts (LSMSA). including local revenue adjustments. 2011. student count increase of 9. 2012. of which $3. • • 152 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . and Student Scholarships in the Educational Excellence Program. useable school buildings. Savings of $7. city. and repair existing. A net increase of $4.724 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: Louisiana’s school finance formula calculates the minimum cost of an education in all public elementary and secondary schools.3 million is provided for the continued efforts of the RSD to demolish uninhabitable school buildings.999 0 0 $3. Louisiana School for the Deaf and Visually Impaired (LSDVI).2 million is obtained from the inclusion of RSD into the state risk pool for self insurance. A net increase of $13. and equitably allocates funds to parish. and other local public school districts.319.462. and February 1. and Legacy Type 2 Charters as well as state share for students at LSDVI.803. • $197.883.9 million is transferred from the Academic Improvement Fund to the MFP formula for inclusion of the Scholarship Program into the MFP.073. Funding for Fiscal Year 2012-2013 is based upon a total student count of 679.018 0 0 $3.422. • • $27. $133. NOCCA.436. 2011. and Student Scholarships in the Educational Excellence Program.5 million.

861.559.926) (8) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Fiscal Year 2012-2013 budget includes a means of financing substitution decreasing State General Fund and increasing Interagency Transfers in the amount of $4. Savings achieved as a result of streamlining efforts include the elimination of eight Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.229.333 463 (340.000 340.467 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $25.428.584.467 0 0 0 0 0 $25.2 million for the Special School Districts (SSD) for inclusion into the Minimum Foundation Program (MFP) formula.544.000) 0 0 0 0 0 ($116.246 150 Over/Under EOB ($3. Each school is reimbursed for maintaining school records. • 19D_699 — Special School Districts Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. regulation or requirement of a state department.700.544.631.307 0 0 $15.968 77.S.2 million of State General Fund is provided for the Required Services Program which provides reimbursements pursuant to R. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $12.301 77. state agency. 17:361 and for an amount equal to the actual cost incurred by each school during the preceding school year for providing school services to eligible non-public students.883.O.428. O. Costs saving reductions include $116. completing and filing reports required by law.463 0 0 0 $14. • 153 . Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $25.172 158 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $8.000) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • $14.467 0 Over/Under EOB ($116.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 19D_697 — Non-Public Educational Assistance Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.590.415) 2.307) 0 0 ($1. These excess funds were not being utilized and could therefore be reduced with no reduction in services.000 to annualize the Fiscal Year 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan in the Textbook Program. FTEs).467 0 0 0 0 0 $25. and for providing required educationrelated data.482 5. or local school board. O.897 2.969.

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7% increase over the FY 2011-2012 EOB level.000.633) (46.034.929 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $29.831 548.520. which provides for additional Fees and Self-generated Revenues to replace the reduction in Interagency Transfers from DHH for Medicaid.651.612 $804.LSU Health Care Services Division includes 1 budget unit: LA Health Care Services Division. • • • $49.3% decrease over the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB) level.615 35.120 6.000 $20.883 65.3 million which represents a 0.612 $825.8% decrease over the FY 2011-2012 EOB level of Medicaid services.931 128.6 million means of financing substitution for the Louisiana Behavioral Health Partnership for behavioral services.030 (600) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 appropriated budget includes Interagency Transfers for Medicaid and Uncompensated Care Costs (UCC) that are received from the Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) Medical Vendor Payments. There is a 600 decrease in the Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. LSU Health Care Services Division Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. $35 million means of financing substitution decreasing State General Fund and increasing Statutory Dedications from the Overcollections Fund for the sale of New Orleans Adolescent Hospital (NOAH).746 35. which represents a 47.000.788.516.464 595. LSU Health Care Services Division’s (HCSD) Medicaid and UCC payments are as follows: • Medicaid and UCC combined totaled $516.347.296.000 0 84.393.000 0 4. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $64.090 6.261.329 Over/Under EOB ($35.131 0 0 79.LSU HEALTH CARE SERVICES DIVISION Schedule 19E .O.9 million. Medicaid payments of $97.578.900.942. UCC payments of $418.447. This decrease is a result of reductions in the Upper Payment Limit (UPL) due to the Bayou Health implementation and a shift from Medicaid to UCC.3 million. which represents a 26. FTEs) within the LSU Health Care Service Division.952) 62.045.728.SCHEDULE 19E . • • 155 .

2013 .393.131 0 0 79.942.746 35.329 Over/Under EOB ($35.633) (46. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $64.520.19E_610 — LA Health Care Services Division Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.261.030 (600) 156 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .464 595.120 6.612 $804.612 $825.000 0 4.831 548.516.883 65.000.931 128.090 6.347.788.000.034.728.900.447.045.000 $20.000 0 84.952) 62.651.929 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $29.615 35.578.296.

SCHEDULE 20 - OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Schedule 20 - Other Requirements includes 20 budget units: Local Housing of State Adult Offenders,Local Housing of State Juvenile Offenders,Sales Tax Dedications,Parish Transportation,Interim Emergency Board,District Attorneys & Assistant District Attorney,Corrections Debt Service,Video Draw Poker - Local Government Aid,Higher Education - Debt Service and Maintenance,LED Debt Service/State Commitments,Two Percent Fire Insurance Fund,Governors Conferences and Interstate Compacts,Prepaid Wireless Tele 911 Svc,Emergency Medical Services-Parishes & Municip,Agriculture and Forestry - Pass Through Funds,State Aid to Local Government Entities,Judgments,Supplemental Pay to Law Enforcement Personnel,DOA - Debt Service and Maintenance, and Funds.

Other Requirements
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $466,899,495 52,054,014 4,688,034 200,593,621 0 3,981,260 $728,216,424 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $506,159,193 44,621,049 6,696,290 195,771,818 0 4,181,260 $757,429,610 0 Over/Under EOB $39,259,698 (7,432,965) 2,008,256 (4,821,803) 0 200,000 $29,213,186 0

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20_451 — Local Housing of State Adult Offenders
This agency provides funding to parish and local correctional facilities for the housing of eligible adult offenders in state custody. The agency also provides for housing and treatment activities for transitional work program participants through contracts with private providers and cooperative endeavor agreements with sheriffs. Funding is also provided for reentry services and day reporting centers.
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $167,581,365 0 0 517,545 0 0 $168,098,910 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $181,075,142 0 0 0 0 0 $181,075,142 0 Over/Under EOB $13,493,777 0 0 (517,545) 0 0 $12,976,232 0

BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 level of funding includes $158.6 million of State General Fund (Direct) for the payment of $24.39 per offender per day for the housing of state offenders in local correctional facilities.

Additional funding of $10.4 million in State General Fund (Direct) is included based on actual and projected occupancy rates. Current rates do not show a significant reduction in population, including reductions that were projected by the passage of Act 792 of the 2010 Regular Session of the Legislature. Additional funding of $3.1 million in State General Fund (Direct) is included for the housing of 487 adult offenders that will be reassigned to local housing from David Wade Correctional Center.

The FY 2012-2013 level of funding includes $20.2 million of State General Fund (Direct) for the payment of between $12.25 and $16.39 per offender per day for Transitional Work Programs, depending on the type of program. The rates are unchanged from FY 2011-2012.

Transitional Work Programs offer offenders an opportunity to obtain real-world work experience, which will assist them in successfully reintegrating into society.

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COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED

20_452 — Local Housing of State Juvenile Offenders
The goal of the Local Housing of Juvenile Offenders Program is to partner with parish and local detention facilities for housing juvenile offenders committed to the state's custody and awaiting transfer to Youth Services' physical custody.
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $6,512,891 0 0 0 0 0 $6,512,891 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $5,308,891 0 0 0 0 0 $5,308,891 0 Over/Under EOB ($1,204,000) 0 0 0 0 0 ($1,204,000) 0

20_901 — Sales Tax Dedications
Pursuant to State law, a percentage of hotel/motel sales taxes collected in the various parishes and cities is distributed to the parishes and cities for the following purposes: economic development, tourism, infrastructure improvements, and other local endeavors.
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 42,230,705 0 0 $42,230,705 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 40,650,341 0 0 $40,650,341 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (1,580,364) 0 0 ($1,580,364) 0

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20_903 — Parish Transportation
The Transportation Trust Fund, pursuant to State Statute and the State Constitution, provides funding for the following parish transportation programs: Parish Road Program, Mass Transit Program, Off-system Roads and Bridges Match Program.
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 46,400,000 0 0 $46,400,000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 46,400,000 0 0 $46,400,000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0

20_905 — Interim Emergency Board
The Interim Emergency Board provides funding for emergency events or occurrences not reasonably anticipated by the legislature by determining whether such an emergency exists. This can be determined by obtaining the written consent of two-thirds of the members of each house of the legislature and appropriating from the State General Fund or borrowing on the full faith and credit of the State to meet the emergency, all within constitutional and statutory limitations.
Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted
Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 40,339 0 0 $40,339 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 40,030 0 0 $40,030 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (309) 0 0 ($309) 0

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2012.222 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Corrections Debt Service provides for the scheduled annual payments for the bonds used to purchase the Steve Hoyle Rehabilitation Center in Tallulah in 2007.450.188. • The original balance owed on the bonds was $30.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 20_906 — District Attorneys & Assistant District Attorney The District Attorneys and Assistant District Attorneys Program provides state funding for 42 district attorneys.222 0 0 0 0 0 $619.000 per district attorney. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.119.187.815 0 Over/Under EOB ($431) 0 0 0 0 0 ($431) 0 20_923 — Corrections Debt Service The Corrections Debt Service Program provides for the principal and interest payments for Louisiana Correctional Facilities Corporation Lease Revenue Bonds used for construction and purchase of state correctional facilities.499.000 per victims assistance coordinator. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.5 million.097 0 Over/Under EOB $619. the balance owed was $20 million. 579 assistant district attorneys and 63 victims assistance coordinators. O.6 million in State General Fund has been provided for payments associated with the Department’s Energy Services Company (ESCO) contract. The final scheduled payment will occur in FY 2019-2020. • Additional funding of $0.875 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3.000 per assistant district attorney and $30.815 0 0 5. State statute provides an annual state salary of $50.737. O.246 0 0 5. $45. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $27.000 0 0 $33.246 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $27.738.875 0 0 0 0 0 $2.499. As of June 30.097 0 0 0 0 0 $3.000 0 0 $33. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.450.119. 161 .

171.036) 0 162 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .404.2013 .404.000 0 0 $32.430.125 0 0 $43.065 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $29. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.125 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 43.065 0 0 450.250) 0 0 ($49.155 0 0 ($2. The funds are used for enforcement of the statute and public safety.875 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (49. 20_930 — Higher Education . this program provides for the distribution of dedicated Video Draw Poker proceeds to local governmental entities in which devices are operated based on a portion of fees/fines/penalties collected to the total collections statewide.155 0 0 $30. O.092.029 0 Over/Under EOB ($3.973.802.250) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 funding level for this state aid to local entities reflects the official estimate of the Revenue Estimating Conference.875 0 0 $43.191) 0 0 290.523. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $32.454. O.20_924 — Video Draw Poker .Debt Service and Maintenance Payments for indebtedness.454.Local Government Aid Pursuant to State statute. and maintenance reserves for Louisiana public postsecondary education.874 0 0 740. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 43. equipment leases.

Bossier Parish Community College.123.700.392. this state aid is distributed to local governmental entities to aid in fire protection.798 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 18.798 0 0 $16.994 0 0 $28. O.236 0 20_932 — Two Percent Fire Insurance Fund Pursuant to State statute.766.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 2.554. A fee is assessed on fire insurance premiums and remitted to entities on a per capita basis.145.000 0 0 $18. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $12.242 0 0 18.766.058 0 0 10. $740. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.006 0 0 $22.9 million in State General Fund for debt service and maintenance payments at Louisiana Delta Community College. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.890. O.246.753. and South Louisiana Community College.199.123.064 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $22.155 in Statutory Dedications from the Calcasieu Parish Higher Education Improvement Fund for debt service and maintenance payments at McNeese State University.145. $3.202 0 163 .202 0 0 $2.445.1 million in State General Fund for the Louisiana Community and Technical Colleges System for debt service payments for various capital outlay projects as specified in Act 391 of the 2007 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature. $10.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Higher Education Debt Service and Maintenance includes the following: • $15.4 million in State General Fund for debt service and maintenance payments at Baton Rouge Community College.000 0 0 $51.300 0 0 28.890.300 0 Over/Under EOB $10. • • • 20_931 — LED Debt Service/State Commitments Louisiana Economic Development Debt Service and State Commitments provides for the scheduled annual payments due for bonds and state project commitments. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 16.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $514. which eliminated funding for the Southern Governor’s Association dues. Significant changes include: • A decrease of $40. 20_933 — Governors Conferences and Interstate Compacts Governor's Conferences and Interstate Compacts provides for the payment of annual membership dues to national organizations of which the State is a participating member.357. O. a 7.357 0 0 0 0 0 $474.78% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). National Association of State Budget Officers.357 0 Over/Under EOB ($40.357 0 0 0 0 0 $514. National Governors' Association.000) 0 0 0 0 0 ($40.000 in State General Fund associated with the annualization of the FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan. Southern Governors' Association.357 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $474.2013 . Delta Regional Authority. and the Council of State Governments National Office. Education Commission of the States. 164 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 funding level for this state aid to local entities reflects the official estimate of the Revenue Estimating Conference. The State is a participating member of the following associations: Southern Growth Policy Board. Southern Technology Council.000) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget State General Fund level of funding is $474.

000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 165 .COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 20_939 — Prepaid Wireless Tele 911 Svc Provides for the remittance of fees imposed upon the consumer who purchases a prepaid wireless telecommunication service to local 911 communication districts. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 0 0 0 $4.000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 150.000 0 0 0 $2.50 of the $10.000.000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 6. O.000 0 0 0 $150.000. O.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 2. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000.000 0 0 0 $6.000. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 4. $4.00 driver's license reinstatement fee is distributed to the governing authority of the parish or municipality of origin to be used for the governing authority's emergency medical services and public safety needs.000 0 20_940 — Emergency Medical Services-Parishes & Municip The Emergency Medical Services program was created during the 1992 Regular Session.000 0 0 0 $150. This program provides funding for emergency medical services and public safety needs to parishes and municipalities.000.000. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 150.

594) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • • • FY 2012-2013 funding is provided to statutorily dedicated entities at the estimated level of revenue receipts generated in FY 2012-2013.936. O.20_941 — Agriculture and Forestry .Pass Through Funds Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.572. O. Reductions of $192.976 0 3.090 400.747.634 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.731) 0 0 0 0 200.260 $8.292. and Soil and Water Conservation Districts.000 1.29 million in pass-through funds for the Department of Agriculture and Forestry including the Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program.035 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $3.233.2 million in Statutory Dedications are due to nonrecurring carry-forwards.181.686) 0 0 ($1.000 1.000 0 0 9.308 202.6 million from the Support Education in LA First Statutory Dedication Fund with State General Fund for the New Orleans Casino Support Services Contract.826.793.000 $25.441 0 Over/Under EOB $3. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.559.908 0 0 14. Replaced funding of $3.936.986.127 0 0 $14.2013 .441 0 0 $13. 20_945 — State Aid to Local Government Entities This program provides special state direct aid to specific local entities for various local initiatives.090 400.976 0 4.600.159.260 $8.269 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 budget provides for $8.903 0 Over/Under EOB ($174.092 0 0 (5.577 202.908 in State General Fund and $3. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $192. Specialty Crop Block Grant Program.267.407. Forestry Productivity Program.981. 166 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .

009. State of Louisiana. parish of Tangipahoa. O. and justices of the peace.000.287 0 0 (18.383.075. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. 20_966 — Supplemental Pay to Law Enforcement Personnel Supplemental Pay to Law Enforcement Personnel was established to provide additional compensation for local municipal police officers.T) certified and have one year of service.000.990.084. et al".O. O.000 will go to Deputy Sheriffs.713) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Provides $1 million toward partial payment of the judgment against the state entitled "Jean Boudreaux.535 0 0 0 0 0 $129. firefighters.616 to Firefighters.528 0 0 0 0 0 $19. To qualify for state supplemental pay.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 20_950 — Judgments Special Acts for Appropriations by the Legislature.241 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $19.535 0 Over/Under EOB $655. Of this amount.084. state of Louisiana. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $4.616 0 0 0 0 0 $655.408 on the docket of the 21st Judicial District Court. Department of Transportation and Development.075. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $128. et al v. bearing Number 71.616 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 budget includes an additional $1.383.039.528 0 Over/Under EOB $15.241 0 0 18. and $965. deputy sheriffs.919 0 0 0 0 0 $128.000) 0 0 ($2.000 0 0 $22. deputy sheriffs. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.039. and firefighters must be Police Officer Standard Training (P. constables.S. $540. 167 .919 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $129.5 million for Supplemental Pay to Law Enforcement Personnel due to an increase of eligible supplemental pay participants. municipal police officers.

418.948 51.2 million represents a 9.4 million in Interagency Transfers budget authority to realign budget to accurately reflect FY 2012-2013 rent collections from various state agencies. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $27.709) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding of $72.33% decrease from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). through the issuance of revenue bonds.197 0 Over/Under EOB $0 (7.2013 .191.851. O.Debt Service and Maintenance The Division of Administration .965) 8.924 138.625.20_977 — DOA . 168 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . the acquisition or construction of public facilities for lease to the State.256 0 0 0 ($7.948 44. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.Debt Service and Maintenance is responsible for the payment of bonded indebtedness and operating and maintenance cost for buildings acquired and/or constructed by the Louisiana Office Facilities Corporation (LOFC).959 146.034 0 0 0 $79.290 0 0 0 $72. This budget unit is also responsible for making debt service payments related to a cooperative endeavor agreement between the State of Louisiana-Division of Administration and the New Orleans Water and Sewer Board as well as debt service payments to Federal City and the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Lab.906 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $27. • Reduced $7.432.424.615. The LOFC is a nonprofit corporation which finances.625.

645. From these fund deposits.2 million to the Louisiana Interoperability Communications Fund $1.8 million for the Louisiana Public Defender Fund $13. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.129 0 Over/Under EOB $339.129 0 0 0 0 0 $55.3 million to the Louisiana Indigent Parent Representation Program Fund 169 .305. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $55.305.314 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $55. Louisiana Public Defender. appropriations are made to specific state agencies overseeing their expenditures. O.314 0 0 0 0 0 $55. and SelfInsurance Fund. Louisiana Interoperability Communications.645.815 0 0 0 0 0 $339.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 20_XXX — Funds The expenditures reflected in this program are associated with transfers to the following funds: Indigent Parent Representation Program.3 million for the Self-Insurance Fund $9.815 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • Fund deposits for FY 2012-2013 include the following: • • • • $31.

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The Donald J.049.Central Regional Laundry.292.Office of Group Benefits.Louisiana Property Assistance.Prison Enterprises.641 516 Over/Under EOB $0 2.ANCILLARY APPROPRIATIONS Schedule 21 .234.722 1.962. Thibodaux Training Academy was instituted to provide a training school for Public Safety and other employees of the state.553 0 0 0 $586. O.085.054 (7. Public Safety Services and Office of the State Police.Federal Property Assistance. and Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund.313. 42:1264.919 81.028.000) ($15. or is presently developing revenue producing programs on a contractual basis. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 3.865 88.006.000 $1.012.255 4.Office of Aircraft Services.000 0 0 $1. as well as Louisiana Revised Statutes 40:1375. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 292.Office of Telecommunications Management. Thibodaux Training Academy is an ancillary agency in the Department of Public Safety and Corrections.000) 0 (31.793.500. Ancillary Appropriations Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.Office of Risk Management.636 39 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 2.Ancillary Appropriations includes 12 budget units: Donald J.374) (205) 21_790 — Donald J. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000.Clean Water State Revolving Fund. Thibodaux Training Academy The Donald J.957.572 20.Administrative Services.027.595 0 171 .015 721 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 295.231 39 Over/Under EOB $0 (233.689. In addition to the mandated training requirements and to fulfill the requirements of Acts 10 and 19 of 1988.000. Thibodaux Training Academy.150 1. the academy has entered into.452.000.381 0 0 0 $7.934 0 0 0 $8.554.705.SCHEDULE 21 .042.958) 820.441.000 0 31. O.414.297 5.500.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 853.920 0 0 0 0 $853.250. minimize officer down time.251.920) (10) 21_800 — Office of Group Benefits The Group Benefits program is funded with Fees and Self-generated Revenues from state agencies who participate in the Group Insurance program and premiums are collected from plan members and employees.413) 21.516 0 0 (31.2013 . Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 412.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The Office of State Police (LSP) and the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) are conducting biannual in-service training activities for LSP Troops and LDWF Regions.271.  Consolidated in-service training will allow each agency to utilize joint training locations and instructors.911.510.252.500.490 1. and maximize public safety services.920) 0 0 0 0 ($853.016 327 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 400. A Board of Trustees administers this program and provides direction in developing cost containment features so that an affordable group program may be available to its plan members. O. 21_796 — Central Regional Laundry Central Regional Laundry has closed and will no longer provide any services.164. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.500. The Office of Group Benefits provides the opportunity for eligible individuals to avail themselves of group accident and health benefits and group life insurance geared to the needs of the plan members.119 150 Over/Under EOB $0 (12.282.000) ($10.000 $1.259.113 0 0 31.920 10 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 Over/Under EOB $0 (853. as well as earnings of program funds.629 0 0 0 $1.897) (177) 172 STATE BUDGET FY2012 . Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.271.903 1. which will increase the overall efficiency of training efforts. O.

seven T. a decrease of 177 T. O.5 million).O. FTEs and two part-time WAEs associated with the elimination of the Human Resources activity.488 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues. An increase of $650.779.779.000. 2013. FTEs from EOB.O. An increase of $2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 198.80% decrease from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). The reduction amount represents six months of savings to be realized through the end of FY2012-2013 (annualized savings is $26.O. A decrease of $436.850 16.O.740 16.194.494. achieve and administer a cost effective. The TPA contract will be in place for the beginning of OGB’s plan year starting January 1.41 million in Fees and Self-generated Revenues associated with the annualization costs of a contract with the LSU Pennington Biomedical Research Center to assess and evaluate the health benefits and cost effectiveness of medical and surgical obesity treatments.000 0 0 $216. FTEs associated with the annualization of the FY 2011-2012 Mid Year Reduction Plan. a 0.312 2.890 (14) 173 . boards and commissions of the State of Louisiana and for any other entity for which the state has an equity interest. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.052 78 Over/Under EOB $0 4. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.27 billion.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $1.O.162 92 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 203. which will handle Group Benefits’ Human Resources needs.000 0 0 $221. • Significant changes include: • • • • • 21_804 — Office of Risk Management The mission of the Office of Risk Management is to develop. FTEs will be transferred to the Division of Administration’s Office of Human Resources.O.163 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues and nine T.000.25 million in Fees and Self-generated Revenues and 161 T.909.312 2. A decrease of $619. Four T.714. comprehensive risk management program to preserve and protect the assets of the State of Louisiana for all agencies.890 0 0 0 0 $4.194.689. FTEs) is 150. A decrease of $13. FTEs associated with efficiencies realized through the move to a third party administrator (TPA) for the Office of Group Benefits’ (OGB) Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) Plan. direct.000 in Fees and Self-generated Revenues associated with the increased cost of a contract to provide for a disease management program for members to work towards reductions in acute phases of chronic diseases.

289. Property insurance premiums specifically are anticipated to increase due to increased state total insurable property values. FTEs from EOB. market hardening. An increase of $7.270. FTEs) is 78. printing.O. warehousing and distribution assistance and services to agencies within state government.37 million in Interagency Transfers associated with the elimination of 14 T.O. a decrease of 14 T. Its mission is to provide innovative. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.431 46 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 8.745 (1) 174 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $221.20% increase from the FY 2011-2012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.14 in FY 20122013. enabling them to better serve the taxpayers of the state. high quality products and services to agency customers.2013 .14 million in Interagency Transfers for the anticipated increase in cost for commercial excess property insurance premiums (excess insurance coverage is projected to cost $57.160. $50 million currently budgeted to purchase excess commercial insurance coverage). A decrease of $1.010 0 0 0 $8. as a result of the continued implementation of the outsourcing contract. FTEs and associated operational and administrative costs.166 19.69 million. • Significant changes include: • • 21_805 — Administrative Services Administrative Services provides design. Coverage limits are not expected to change.010 0 0 0 $8. O.176 45 Over/Under EOB $0 128.141. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 8. and insurance rates being developed using a new wind catastrophe model.421 19.745 0 0 0 0 $128.O. a 2.

COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $8.700. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. An increase of $248.516 0 0 0 $5. A decrease of $131.627. a decrease of one T.081 4.O. • Significant changes include: • • 175 . O.28 million. a 6.O.58% increase from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).29 million. a 1.953 in total means of financing and two T. FTE associated with the transfer of one accountant position and one student worker to the Executive Administration Program within the Division of Administration.173 in Interagency Transfers and one T.289) (326.O. a decrease of two T. A decrease of $93.722 in Interagency Transfers for increased fees and cost allocations assessed by other state agencies.O.333 39 Over/Under EOB $0 (21. FTEs) is 39. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.O.264) 0 0 0 ($347. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 927.065 in Interagency Transfers for increased fees and cost allocations assessed by other state agencies. FTE from EOB.18% decrease from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).280.O. • Significant changes include: • • 21_806 — Louisiana Property Assistance The mission of Louisiana Property Assistance Agency (LPAA) is to provide for the accountability of the state's moveable property through the development and implementation of sound management practices.370 4. FTEs) is 45.252 0 0 0 $5.374. FTEs associated with the transfer of two accountant positions to the Executive Administration Program within the Division of Administration. FTEs from EOB. An increase of $143.553) (2) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $5.886 41 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 906. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1.2013 . Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.300 0 0 0 $206.996 0 0 0 $4.89 million.O. • Significant changes include: • • 176 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .O.696 0 0 0 $4. a decrease of one T.688. A decrease of $76.796 11 Over/Under EOB $0 72. a 4.894 in total means of financing and one T.371. FTE associated with the transfer of an accountant position to the Executive Administration Program within the Division of Administration.728 133. An increase of $109.028 (1) BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $4.768 12 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 1. FTE from EOB. O.299.894.800 3. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T.389.072 3.325 in total means of financing for increased fees and cost allocations assessed by other state agencies.O.21_807 — Federal Property Assistance The mission of Federal Property Assistance is to assure the fair and equitable distribution of federal property allocated to Louisiana by the General Services Administration (GSA) to eligible Louisiana donees in accordance with Public Law 94-519.39% increase from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).522. FTEs) is 11.

64% decrease from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB).715 72 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 24.764) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $52.499 79 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 51.73 million.734.566 1.798) (393.848.923) (1.093.227.841) 0 0 0 ($2. management.707 72 Over/Under EOB $0 (361. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 53. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. A decrease of $879. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 24. fiber and other necessary items used by the inmates in order to lower the cost of incarceration.030.059 0 0 0 $35. O.735 79 Over/Under EOB $0 (1. a 4.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 21_808 — Office of Telecommunications Management The mission of the Office of Telecommunications Management is to provide cost-effective telecommunications services that satisfy the needs of approved governmental units of the State of Louisiana through the promotion.269.522. municipalities and other political subdivisions.257. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. O. • Significant changes include: • 21_811 — Prison Enterprises Prison Enterprises utilizes the resources of the Department of Corrections in the production of food. and support of telecommunications products and technologies.564.O.229.169 0 0 0 $52.507.863.489 2.858 10.010 0 0 0 $55. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.041.849 0 0 0 $35.591.299.008) 0 177 . to provide products and services to state agencies and agencies of parishes. FTEs) is 79.801 in total means of financing due to lower telecommunications vendor costs. and to provide work opportunities for inmates.210) 0 0 0 ($755.656 11.

Agricultural products. metal beds and lockers. FTE) positions.BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 level of funding provides $35 million and 72 Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalent (T. Books. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1.13 million.2013 .982 3 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 2.O. Prison Enterprises provides goods and services to reduce the cost of incarceration and provide savings to state and local government. 178 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .214 59.958.068. maintains high safety standards while minimizing aircraft downtime for repairs.510 0 0 0 0 $110. • 21_829 — Office of Aircraft Services The mission of the Office of Aircraft Services is to manage the overall maintenance of flight operations and provide all needed and required support for safe.128. office furniture. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. a 5.O. and economical repair and fueling services for state-operated aircraft. musical CDs. and provides high quality.768 0 0 0 $2.510 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 Appropriated Budget level of funding is $2. FTEs) is three. • Authorized (Appropriated) Table of Organization Full Time Equivalents (T. efficient. garments.017.768 0 0 0 $2. Janitorial services are provided for state office buildings. proper.492 3 Over/Under EOB $0 110. O.724 59. and educational materials are made available to offenders for purchase. Flight Maintenance Operations ensures flight safety. and soap products are produced for sale to state and local correctional facilities at reduced cost.48% increase from the FY 20112012 Existing Operating Budget (EOB). and economic operation of the State's various aircraft. • • • License plates are manufactured for the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles.

000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 34.000.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (1.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (6.000.000. 21_861 — Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund provides loans and other financial assistance to water systems for eligible Safe Drinking Water Projects. The capitalization of the fund is derived from federal grants for the purpose of providing loans and financial assistance.000.000. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000.000 0 0 $46.000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 45.000.000) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 level of funding reflects a decrease of $1 million due to a reduction in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funding.000.000) 0 0 ($1. O.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 21_860 — Clean Water State Revolving Fund The Clean Water State Revolving Fund helps individual citizens and local governments participate in environmental programs by assisting municipalities to finance and construct wastewater treatment works and drinking water facilities. O.000) 0 179 .000.000.000) 0 0 ($6.000 0 0 $45.000 0 0 $34.000.000. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 46. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 40.000 0 0 $40.

• The FY 2012-2013 level of funding reflects a decrease of approximately $6 million due to a non-recurrence of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funding received in FY 2011-2012. The funds were for improvements to drinking water systems that have been completed. The capitalization of the fund is derived from federal grants for the purpose of providing loans and financial assistance.2013 . 180 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: The Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund provides loans and other financial assistance to water systems for eligible Safe Drinking Water Projects.

000 0 0 ($76.000) 0 181 .631 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $330.000.551.287) 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • • • Severance Tax Dedication.344 0 0 111.000 0 0 $43.Parish Royalty Fund Payments.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (1.000 0 0 $441.400.Non-Appropriated Requirements includes 6 budget units: Severance Tax Dedication.500.Interim Emergency Fund. 22_917 — Severance Tax Dedication Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.Highway Fund Number Two Motor Vehicle Tax.625. O.SCHEDULE 22 .100.400. Debt Service decreased by $84. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $414.400.000. The Interim Emergency Fund continues at a level to reflect significant federal expenditures that are tied to state emergencies and disaster recovery for FY 2012-2013.344 0 Over/Under EOB ($84. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 44.5 million for FY 2012-2013 and is attributed to set asides and the refinancing of bonds.631 0 0 103.000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 43. Non-Appropriated Requirements Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. O.State.000 0 0 $44.400.400.NON-APPROPRIATED REQUIREMENTS Schedule 22 .574.287) 0 0 8.000 0 0 $518. Parish Royalty Fund Payments.451.074. and Highway Fund Number Two Motor Vehicle Tax reflect the current Revenue Estimating Conference’s estimates for FY 2012-2013. and General Obligation Debt Service.Revenue Sharing .025.000) 0 0 ($1.

Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $4.624 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $4. O.000. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 47.2013 .000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 11.000 0 0 $47.000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 57.651. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 11.600.000 0 22_919 — Highway Fund Number Two Motor Vehicle Tax Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.651. O.500.22_918 — Parish Royalty Fund Payments Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 0 0 $11.600.000 0 0 $11.000) 0 22_920 — Interim Emergency Fund Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.651.000) 0 0 ($100.000 0 0 $57.600.500.624 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 182 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .624 0 0 0 0 0 $4.000.400.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 9. O.400.600.651.000 0 0 $9.624 0 0 0 0 0 $4.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (100.

State Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 0 0 0 0 0 $90.287) 0 183 .974.974.007 0 0 0 0 0 $319.000 0 0 0 0 0 $90.000 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 22_922 — General Obligation Debt Service Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $90.000. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $319.551.000. O.551.720 0 0 0 0 0 $235.422. O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $90.007 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $235.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 22_921 — Revenue Sharing .000.422.287) 0 0 0 0 0 ($84.000.720 0 Over/Under EOB ($84.

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650.500) 0 153.680 0 23_949 — Louisiana Judiciary Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000.497.436.085 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $142. O.000.030.765 0 Over/Under EOB $4.436. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $138.862. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $138.919.862.670.500) 0 153.670.862.500 0 9.Judicial Expense includes 1 budget unit: Louisiana Judiciary. O.651 0 0 $159.949.180 0 0 $3. Judicial Expense Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.765 0 Over/Under EOB $4.000 0 9.831 0 0 $162.030.919.949.180 0 0 $3.831 0 0 $162.497.JUDICIAL EXPENSE Schedule 23 .434 10.650.680 0 185 .000 (233.651 0 0 $159.862.434 10.000 (233.500 0 9.434 10.000 0 9.085 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $142.434 10.SCHEDULE 23 .

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568 0 0 0 0 0 $27.Legislative Auditor.886.223 0 Over/Under EOB $1.607.379.111. O.265. Legislative Expense Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.845.607.028 0 0 $106.566 11.566 16.662.377. O.LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE Schedule 24 .607.263.869.914) 0 24_951 — House of Representatives Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.568 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $27.Legislative Fiscal Office.Legislative Expense includes 6 budget units: House of Representatives.Legislative Budgetary Control Council.390 0 1.SCHEDULE 24 .201. and Louisiana State Law Institute.510.543 0 21.000 (5.568 0 0 0 0 0 $27.933 0 23.137 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $69. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $27.724 0 0 $103.864. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $67.Senate.607.568 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 187 .304) 0 0 ($2.

O.430.093 0 0 0 0 0 $20.000 0 24_955 — Legislative Fiscal Office Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $9.869.390 0 0 0 0 0 $1.823 0 21.703 0 0 0 0 0 $18.703 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $20.297 0 0 0 0 0 $2.430.841.823 0 23. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $18.184.093 0 Over/Under EOB $1.390 0 24_954 — Legislative Auditor Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.566 0 0 0 $31. O.000 0 0 0 $1.379.510.841.389 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 1.728.24_952 — Senate Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.728.389 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $9.510.886.430.297 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 188 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .297 0 0 0 0 0 $2. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $2.886.2013 .566 0 0 0 $32. O.694.314.430.314.297 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $2.

509 0 0 0 0 0 $1.662. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $8.COMPARISON OF EOB TO APPROPRIATED 24_960 — Legislative Budgetary Control Council Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.509 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 189 .013.724 0 0 $19.351.033.643 0 0 16.671 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $8.509 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.201.864.033.033.033.304) 0 24_962 — Louisiana State Law Institute Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.149.509 0 0 0 0 0 $1. O.304) 0 0 ($5.149.643 0 0 11.662. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $1.367 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 (5. O.028 0 0 $25.

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Special Acts Expense includes 1 budget unit: Special Acts / Judgments. Special Acts Expense Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.SPECIAL ACTS EXPENSE Schedule 25 .SCHEDULE 25 . O. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 0 0 0 0 $0 0 191 .

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012.065.684 0 20.864 $4.730.262. O.000 7.387.SCHEDULE 26 .595 104.833 0 26_115 — Facility Planning and Control The Facility Planning and Control Capital Outlay Budget represents funding for the construction or renovation of state or local public facilities or infrastructure.773 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.084.350 969.140 84.694.110.006.064. O. 193 .613 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $1.597.245 0 Over/Under EOB $1.432.870) 4.177.123 $101.844.816.123 $1.979 0 4.064.000 7.432.464.885.149.CAPITAL OUTLAY Schedule 26 .778 0 6.Capital Outlay includes 2 budget units: Facility Planning and Control.870) 42.694.987 $1.860 (16. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 21. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.606 0 Over/Under EOB $1.860 (14. 2012.350 7. Capital Outlay Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.505.987.864 $38.455 87. The Capital Outlay Bill is anticipated to be filed on or before March 19.262.705 0 16.300.941.000 8.923.941. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 1.006.300.987 $106.778 0 15.480 12.065.000 69.000 0 9.780.111.000 28.632 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The FY 2012-2013 level of funding figures reflect preliminary estimates for cash appropriations.300.300.493. less any means of financing that is not available in FY 2012-2013.480 1. and DOTD-Capital Outlay/Non-State.150.

041.906 0 5.000) 38.7 million – Port Construction and Development Priority Program $9.000.9 million – Highway Priority Program $51.043.000. 48:232 $28.064.2013 .S.000 $1.5 million – Unclaimed Property Leverage Program $60 million – Emergency funds for bridge damages.Facilities Program $3 million – Crescent City Connection Division • • • • • • 194 STATE BUDGET FY2012 .000 962.000.5 million – Hazard Elimination Project $22. O.009.455 18.000 1.000.000) $34.8 million – State Highway Improvement Program $7.201 0 BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS: • The highlights of the Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) Capital Outlay Budget are as follows: • • • • • $858. and opportunity grants subject to the provisions of Louisiana R.361 0 Over/Under EOB $0 0 (2.5 million – Motor Vessels $2 million .160 0 Appropriated FY 2012-2013 $0 20.027.9 million – Statewide Flood Control Program $1.064.027. federal funds.705 0 7.26_279 — DOTD-Capital Outlay/Non-State The Department of Transportation and Development Capital Outlay Budget represents funding for the construction or renovation of state transportation infrastructure.201 0 (2.455 20.8 million – State Aviation and Airport Improvement Program $19.105.000.000.133. Existing Operating Budget as of 12/1/11 $0 20.000.069. Comparison of Budgeted to Enacted Means of Financing & Table of Organization General Fund (Direct) Total Interagency Transfers Fees and Self-generated Revenues Statutory Dedications Interim Emergency Board Federal Funds Total T.000 $1. other reimbursements.

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