Elements from Budget Balancing Plan Included in Executive Branch Holdbacks

FUND GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF GF AGENCY Governor's Office Secretary of the State Secretary of the State State Treasurer State Comptroller     Department of Revenue Services Office of Policy and Management Department of Veterans Affairs Department of Veterans Affairs Department of Veterans Affairs Department of Veterans Affairs Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Department of Administrative Services Workers' Compensation Claims ‐ DAS Division of Criminal Justice Division of Criminal Justice Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection Military Department Military Department Military Department Military Department Military Department Military Department Department of Consumer Protection Department of Labor Comm‐Human Rights & Opportunities Office of Protection and Advocacy Department of Agriculture Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Dept of Economic and Community Development OPTION Reduce Other Expenses to Achieve Savings Reduce Other Expenses for Projects Covered with Bond Funds Reduce Postage Expense Due to Passage of the On‐line Filing Bill Reduce Other Expenses Reduce Other Expenses Reduce Personal Services due to Vacancies and Retirements Reduce Personal Services due to Vacancies and Retirements Eliminate vacant funded positions Eliminate vacant positions due to scheduled retirements through 9/1/11 Reduce overtime in Heath Care Services division Reduce Other Expenses by $110,000 each year Cancel Microsoft Enterprise Agreement Maintenance Contract Change Connecticut Natural Gas tariff structure for state buildings Consolidate State Agency Emergency Phone Lines Convert Boilers to Low Density Systems Eliminate Several Small Leases and Move Staff into State Owned Buildings Reduce Cleaning Frequency at State Buildings Reduce Connecticut Educational Network Operations Reduce Hours of Contracted Property Management Services Reduce IT Contracts Reduce Funding for Lease and Moving Costs Reduce Loss Control Risk Management Account Reduce Maintenance Costs for Leased Building Reduce Operating Hours at Some State Buildings Reduce Personal Services Reduce Property Management Costs by Eliminating Contracts and Better Utilizing  Staff Reduce Security Requirements at State Buildings Reduce the Claims Commissioner Operations Account in line with Historical  Expenditures Reduce the State Insurance Risk Management Board by Streamlining Claim  Payments Reduce Workers Compensation Claims Account in Line with Projected Needs Eliminate 10 Vacant Positions Eliminate Funding Associated with 13 Retirements Achieve Additional Savings by Bringing Alarm Systems Monitoring and Dispatch  Services In‐house Defer Security Alarm Installation at Police training Facility in Meriden Eliminate National Speakers Contracts for POST Eliminate Vacant Positions Modify Fleet Lease Payment Schedule from 4 Years to 5 Years Reduce Case Preparation Funding Reduce COLLECT Contingency Funding by 90% Reduce Copiers in Agency Reduce Custodial Services at Fire Academy Reduce Fuel Expenses Due to Decrease in Active Vehicles Reduce Other Expenses to Reflect Savings Associated with COLLECT Circuit  Charges Reduce Printing Costs for all Forms Available on the Agency Website Reduce Property Management Contract Seek Reimbursements for DARE Training Staff Reductions for NP‐1 Contract Members Transfer Positions from General Fund to Other Funds Implement Fund Raising to Help Support Horse Guard Eliminate a Vacant Position Reduce First Shift of Security Guards from 2 to 1 Reduce Funds for Overtime Reduce Operational Costs of New Facilities Transfer 3 Positions to Federal Funds (2 FTE) Reduce Personal Services due to Vacancies and Retirements Reduce Personal Services due to Vacancies and Retirements Reduce Personal Services due to Vacancies and Retirements Reduce Personal Services by Transferring Attorney Position to Federal Funds Reduce Personal Services through Elimination of Vacancies and Transfers to Other  Funds Reduce Personal Services due to Vacancies and Retirements Reduce Funding to Align with FY 2011 State Superfund Expenditures Reduce Funding for Other Expenses HOLDBACK (7,110) (328,920) (125,000) (74,061) (380,590) (3,358,322) (2,109,561) (917,874) (651,964) (800,000) (110,000) (492,233) (425,000) (200,000) (260,000) (100,000) (280,000) (325,000) (60,000) (517,000) (650,000) (15,000) (260,000) (410,000) (1,800,000) (114,567) (400,000) (15,000) (624,768) (275,000) (889,888) (1,268,090) (40,000) (108,000) (150,000) (5,335,133) (1,566,995) (125,000) (44,033) (20,000) (25,000) (200,000) (587,439) (60,000) (25,000) (10,000) (2,197,944) (1,459,373) (101,324) (65,622) (19,257) (55,000) (150,000) (147,308) (555,291) (250,000) (500,000) (105,163) (200,000) (3,448,560) (45,000) (478,218)

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Elements from Budget Balancing Plan Included in Executive Branch Holdbacks
FUND AGENCY GF Agricultural Experiment Station GF Department of Public Health GF Department of Public Health GF Department of Public Health GF Office of the Chief Medical Examiner GF Office of the Chief Medical Examiner GF Department of Developmental Services GF Dept Mental Health & Addiction Svs GF Dept Mental Health & Addiction Svs GF Psychiatric Security Review Board GF Department of Social Services GF Department of Social Services GF Department of Social Services GF Department of Education GF Department of Education GF Department of Education GF State Library GF University of Connecticut GF Univ of Connecticut Health Center GF Teachers' Retirement Board GF Board of Regents for Higher Education GF Board of Regents for Higher Education GF Board of Regents for Higher Education GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Correction GF Department of Children and Families GF Department of Children and Families GF Department of Children and Families GF Department of Children and Families GF Department of Children and Families GF Department of Children and Families General Fund Total STF Workers' Compensation Claims ‐ DAS STF Department of Motor Vehicles STF Department of Transportation STF Department of Transportation STF Department of Transportation STF Department of Transportation STF Department of Transportation Special Transportation Fund Total OPTION Elimination of Three Vacancies Eliminate funding for 15 positions due to recent or scheduled retirements Eliminate vacant funded positions Reduce Other Expenses Funding Eliminate vacant funded positions Reduce Other Expenses Funding Eliminate Vacancies Remove Funding for Vacant Positions Retirement Staffing Reduction Eliminate Position Due to Retirement Reduce Funding for the Refunds of Collections Account Eliminate the Casino Bus Run Reflect Savings Anticipated from Scheduled Retirements Eliminate Vacant Positions and Other Related Salary Costs in CTHSS Eliminate Vacant Positions and Other Related Salary Costs in Central Office Reduce Use of Overtime in CTHSS Reduce Funding to Purchase Legal/Legislative Library Materials UOC Technology Savings UCHC Technology Savings Reduce Funding for Vacant Positions and Eliminate 1 Position CSU Technology Savings CTC Technology Savings Charter Oak Technology Savings Close Bergin Correctional Institution Consolidate Posts at John Dempsey Hospital Pilot a Correctional Transportation Unit ‐ Transport Savings Proposal Reduce Facility Posts Reduce Perimeter Posts Reduce Personal Services to Reflect Retirement Savings Reduce Training Hours from 40 to 32 Hours Revise Meal Delivery System for Inmates at MacDougall/Walker CI Revise Time Off Allotment Staff Reductions for NP‐8 Members Eliminate vacant funded full‐time positions Eliminate funding for durational Social Worker Positions Eliminate positions due to scheduled retirements Eliminate Other Expenses related to parking at Cedar Street Lot Eliminate funding for vacant funded part‐time positions Eliminate positions due to recent retirements or resignations Reduce Workers Comp Claims Account in Line with Projected Needs Transfer positions to the Boating Account Reduce Overtime Reduce Vehicles Authorized For Home Garaging Realize Various Other Expenses Savings Realize Savings Through 89 Retirements Remove Vacant Positions TOTAL HOLDBACK (259,250) (906,627) (486,532) (500,000) (530,809) (200,000) (9,600,775) (13,800,000) (3,629,440) (54,821) (120,000) (270,208) (2,903,229) (2,400,000) (2,400,000) (331,000) (591,008) (1,982,328) (2,940,047) (211,572) (1,578,355) (1,171,750) (47,594) (5,800,000) (194,754) (415,171) (2,343,216) (403,390) (5,873,221) (1,148,788) (467,280) (6,270,401) (1,087,500) (8,596,204) (1,452,615) (901,610) (150,000) (748,188) (1,614,007) (120,701,298) (82,000) (102,321) (1,100,000) (100,000) (54,996) (6,087,353) (6,725,887) (14,252,557) (134,953,855)

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