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DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES,
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICE

 

DIVISION 60

ALLOTMENT REDUCTIONS RESULTING FROM
MORE ECONOMIC AND EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT

122-060-0000

Process for Reducing Allotments

OAR 122-060-0010 describes the procedure for reducing allotments according to amounts unscheduled under this rule, as it effects reductions in allotments. To reflect savings accomplished by management planning and actions through December 31, 1992, the following amounts are unscheduled effective January 4, 1993, resulting in reduced allotments for the remaining two quarters of the 1991–93 biennium:

   General Fund   Other Funds   Federal Funds

   (1) Consumer and Business Services   $127,011   $955,112 ---

   (a) Building Codes Agency   ---  393,958 ---

   (b) Construction Contractors Board    --- 67,090 ---

   (c) Employment Relations Board    47,011    9,792 ---

   (d) Barbers and Hairdressers, Board of      --- 13,008 ---

   (e) Insurance and Finance, Department of     ---  295,148 ---

   (f) Labor and Industries, Bureau of     80,000 --- ---

   (g) Medical Examiners, Board of      --- 20,502 ---

   (h) Nursing, Board of      --- 106,186 ---

   (i) Real Estate Agency     ---  49,428 ---

   (2) Economic and Community Development:    113,434    333,539   $1,094,242

   (a) Economic Development Department    47,226    35,043 ---

   (b) Employment Division         --- ---  1,045,517

   (c) Housing and Community Services Department    48,275    21,450    48,725

   (d) Veteran’s Affairs, Department of    17,933    277,046  --- 

   (3) Education:   4,052,152   7,603,694    248,975

   (a) Education, Department of    438,468    103,895    200,712

   (b) Office of Educational Policy and Planning    56,826 --- ---

   (c) Higher Education, Department of   3,305,000   7,399,000 ---

   (d) Office of Community College Services    88,459   ---    48,263

   (e) Commission on Public Broadcasting    157,296    34,423 ---

   (f) Scholarship Commission    6,103    11,437 ---

   (g) Teacher Standards and Practices Commission     ---  54,939 ---

   (4) Human Resources:   $3,013,568   $1,203,552   $2,305,611

   (a) Adult and Family Services    737,090    ---   874,382

   (b) Children’s Services Division    538,155   ---    173,784

   (c) Health Division    326,087 --- ---

   (d) Commission for the Blind    20,483    ---   97,455

   (e) Community Children and Youth Services Commission    24,921 --- ---

   (f) Mental Health and Developmental Disability Services Division    744,764    ---   558,763

   (g) Office of the Director    21,319    127,808    63,956

   (h) Senior and Disabled Services Division    587,429   ---    537,271

   (i) Vocational Rehabilitation Division    13,320    1,069,010 ---

   (j) Long Term Care Ombudsman    6,734 --- ---

   (5) Natural Resources:    972,288    1,351,238    947,829

   (a) Agriculture, Department of    113,764    104,037 ---

   (b) Energy, Department of    ---   73,413    62,313

   (c) Environmental Quality, Department of    186,034    178,851    14,246

   (d) Fish and Wildlife, Department of    148,263    208,863    802,450

   (e) Forestry, Department of    192,678    494,510    30,845

   (f) Geology and Mineral Industries, Department of    27,475   ---    15,000

   (g) Land Conservation and Development, Department of 62,201 --- ---

   (h) State Lands, Division of    8,100 --- ---

   (i) Parks and Recreation, Department of    92,849    291,564    22,975

   (j) Water Resources Department 140,924 --- ---

   (6) Public Safety:    4,468,177    647,812    139,056

   (a) Corrections, Department of    2,943,559    374,850 ---

   (b) Criminal Justice Services Division      --- ---    75,000

   (c) Justice, Department of   ---    17,430 ---

   (d) Military Department    175,646    6,532    64,056

   (e) Parole and Post Prison Supervision, Board of    3,487 --- ---

   (f) Police, Department of    1,709,600    139,000 ---

   (g) Public Safety Standards and Training, Board on     ---  110,000 ---

   (7) Revenue and Collections:    791,000    279,138 ---

   (a) Liquor Control Commission     ---   225,675 ---

   (b) Public Employes’ Retirement System    ---   46,859 ---

   (c) Racing Commission     ---  6,604 ---

   (d) Revenue, Department of    791,000 --- ---

   (8) Transportation:    28,781    2,340,595 ---

   (a) Public Utility Commission   ---    995,954 ---

   (b) Transportation, Department of:

   (A) Central Services (Director’s Office)    ---   160,152 ---

   (B) Highway Division     ---  944,597 ---

   (C) Motor Vehicles Division     ---  201,390 ---

   (D) Public Transit Division    28,781  --- --- 

   (E) Traffic Safety Division    ---   38,502 ---

   (9) Executive:    297,771    2,339,318    112,000

   (a) Executive Department    79,056    1,401,573 ---

   (b) Fire Marshal   ---    352,212 ---

   (c) Emergency Management Division     ---  26,000    112,000

   (d) General Services, Department of    559,533 --- ---

   (e) Office of the Governor    100,000 --- ---

   (f) Oregon Government Ethics Commission    500 --- ---

   (g) State Library    118,215 --- ---

   (10) Totals   $14,228,297   $17,053,998   $4,847,713

Stat. Auth.: ORS 291.232 - ORS 291.260
Stats. Implemented:
Hist.: BMD 1-1993, f. & cert. ef. 1-11-93

122-060-0010

Approval Process

The allotment reductions shall be determined and approved as follows:

(1) The Executive Director, Budget and Management Division shall submit a listing of the proposed allotment reductions to the Governor by December 28, 1992 for review and approval.

(2) The Governor may approve, modify, or disapprove the proposed allotment reductions.

(3) The Budget and Management Division shall notify each agency by Advice of Budget Authorization of its approved allotment reductions by January 11, 1993.

(4) Each agency shall submit a revised plan for obligation for each remaining allotment period on a Biennial Allotment Plan by January 31, 1993. Other Funds and Federal Funds savings may be authorized for allotment (rescheduled and reinvested) in the current biennium as long as the savings are used for program expenditures and not for administration.

(5) The Budget and Management Division shall approve, modify, or disapprove the allotment plan for each agency.

(6) The Budget and Management Division shall notify each agency of the action taken under section (5) of this rule through an Advice of Budget Authorization and certify the allotment reduction to the Executive Department Accounting Division.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 291.232 - ORS 291.260
Stats. Implemented:
Hist.: BMD 1-1993, f. & cert. ef. 1-11-93

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