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HOUSE BILL No. 1001(ss)

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    DIGEST OF HB1001 (Updated June 22, 2009 8:30 pm - DI 73)



Citations Affected: Numerous provisions throughout the Indiana Code.

Synopsis: Budget bill. Makes appropriations for the operation of state government and the delivery of Medicaid and other services. Authorizes capital projects. Specifies a school funding formula. Provides that certain funds distributed to state universities under the provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 related to restoring state support for higher education shall be treated as a special, one-time distribution and 50% of the funds shall be used only for general repair and rehabilitation of facilities for instruction or research or for repair and rehabilitation of dormitories or other student housing. Specifies that the budget agency shall calculate whether tax collections for the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, exceed the May 27, 2009, adjusted state revenue forecast for that state fiscal year.

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Effective: Upon passage; January 1, 2005 (retroactive); January 1, 2008 (retroactive); October 1, 2008, (retroactive); December 30, 2008 (retroactive); January 1, 2009 (retroactive); March 1, 2009 (retroactive); July 1, 2009; January 1, 2010; March 1, 2010; July 1, 2010.





Crawford, Pelath
(SENATE SPONSORS _ KENLEY, BRODEN)




    June 11, 2009, read first time and referred to Committee on Ways and Means.
    June 15, 2009, amended, reported _ Do Pass.
    June 17, 2009, read second time, amended, ordered engrossed.
    June 18, 2009, engrossed.
    June 18, 2009, read third time, passed. Yeas 52, nays 48.

SENATE ACTION

    June 19, 2009, read first time and referred to Committee on Appropriations.
    June 19, 2009, amended, reported favorably _ Do Pass.
    June 22, 2009, read second time, amended, ordered engrossed.






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Provides that if actual receipts for the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, exceed the adjusted state revenue forecast, 50% of the excess revenue is appropriated to the department of education (DOE) to be used as a special one time tuition support distribution to increase the foundation amount for each school corporation eligible for a tuition support distribution. Allows the county election board of a county declared a major disaster area by the President of the United States to determine that the county's voting systems are unusable as the result of the disaster and to file with the election division: (1) a statement certifying the board's determination; and (2) an order adopting a plan to administer the county's elections using vote centers. Specifies the maximum term for certain bonds and loans. Establishes the office of department of child services ombudsman within the department of administration. Provides that the ombudsman is appointed by the governor, serves at the pleasure of the governor, and may employ experts and other employees to carry out the duties of the office. Adds requirements concerning money available under the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) for: (1) grants to local education agencies based on Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965; and (2) special education funding. Provides that any special volume cap regarding bonds issued under a federal act providing the cap is in addition to the volume cap under Section 146 of the Internal Revenue Code. Authorizes a local unit issuing debt to provide for a repayment schedule that will result in the same or a lower amount of interest being paid on obligations that would be issued using nearly equal payment amounts. Establishes the green industries fund to provide grants and loans to Indiana manufacturers. Reallocates the cigarette tax revenue that is used to offset the employer health plan tax credit to a new state retiree health benefit trust fund. Reduces the annual contribution that must be made to the retirement medical benefits accounts for state employees by 10%. Requires a political subdivision to consult at least two purchasing cooperatives (if at least two purchasing cooperatives exist) if the purchase costs at least $50,000. Authorizes the department of administration (DOA) to adopt rules to regulate such purchases by political subdivisions. Provides that the DOA may establish written policies for such purchases by political subdivisions to ensure that political subdivisions secure the best available price and quality. Delays the beginning of the general reassessment until 2010. Eliminates the requirement that a property tax exemption application be filed every two years for certain property owned, occupied, and used by a person for educational, literary, scientific, religious, or charitable purposes. Provides that a change in ownership of tangible property that continues to be used for an exempt purpose does not terminate an exemption. Changes the definition of "homestead" in the property tax law to include, for assessments after 2009, a deck attached to the dwelling, a patio adjacent to the dwelling, or a swimming pool or a gazebo assessed as real property that is located on the one (1) acre of real estate that is part of the homestead. Provides that if a notice of review of a property tax assessment is filed for an assessment that increased by more than 10% over the assessed value for the preceding assessment date, the assessor making the assessment has the burden of proving that the assessment is correct. Makes changes to the law governing referenda on bonds and leases for controlled projects. Changes deadlines for review of budgets, levies, and tax rates. Specifies that for the March 1, 2006, assessment date for property taxes first due and payable in 2007 in LaPorte County, the certified net assessed values submitted by the LaPorte County auditor to the department of local government finance is considered proper, valid, and legally sufficient for purposes of finalizing budgets, rates,


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and levies and shall serve as the basis for the 2007 reconciliation tax bill. Exempts public utility and governmental easement documents from the property sales disclosure filing requirement. Provides that for purposes of calculating whether a unit may be eligible for the levy appeal for assessed value growth, the amount of the supplemental standard deduction that applied for 2008 assessments is added back to assessed value. Provides that levy limits do not apply to a civil taxing unit in the first year in which the civil taxing unit becomes a participating unit in a fire protection territory, but requires such a civil taxing unit to submit its proposed budget, proposed property tax levy, and proposed property tax rate for the fire protection territory to the department of local government finance (DLGF) for approval. Specifies that participating units in a fire protection territory may agree to change the provider unit of the territory. Eliminates the local government tax control board and the school property tax control board. Removes the expiration date for the county boards of tax adjustment. Allows the DLGF to specify trending values for an area if the county assessor is more than six months late in providing assessed values to the county auditor. Establishes procedures for determining the amount of a levy for a community mental health center or a community mental retardation and other developmental disabilities center that is exempt from levy limitations. Allows the assessment training and administration fund to be used for data base management expenses. Changes the tax increment replacement amount for a tax increment financing (TIF) district in Marion County so that the personal property increment may be used regarding obligations issued before May 8, 1989. Specifies when a mobile or manufactured home may be treated as inventory, and permits the waiver of property taxes on an abandoned mobile or manufactured home. Provides that a public utility company's tangible personal property that is locally assessed as fixed property is instead assessed as distributable property. Allows a taxing unit that experiences a property tax shortfall with respect to taxes payable in 2009 or 2010 resulting from the bankruptcy of a motor vehicle transmission manufacturer to obtain a loan from the rainy day fund. Makes changes to bring Indiana in conformance with the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement as amended through September 5, 2008. Updates the definition of "gross retail income" to coincide with the definition of "sales price". Provides relief for retail merchants if there is a change in the sales and use tax rate. Makes permanent the sourcing rule for floral deliveries providing that a sale is sourced to the location of the florist where the order originated when the sale involves one florist taking an order and transferring the order to another florist for delivery to the final recipient. Provides that the sale of Internet access service or certain ancillary telecommunication services are sourced to the customer's place of primary use. Updates references to the Internal Revenue Code and requires certain adjustments for the purposes of calculating adjusted gross income. Provides that a taxpayer is entitled to a state tax credit for a contribution to a scholarship granting organization. Provides that the contribution must be used by the scholarship granting organization in a scholarship program to provide scholarships to eligible students. Limits the total amount of tax credits that may be awarded to $5,000,000 in any state fiscal year. Extends the Hoosier business investment tax credit through 2013. For purposes of the tax credit for contributions to the college choice 529 education savings plan: (1) defines "contribution" to exclude rollovers from other 529 savings plans; and (2) excludes value added to the account through earnings of bonus points. Requires a county income tax council to hold at least one public meeting in each odd-numbered year at which the council discusses whether the county option income tax rate should be


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adjusted. Allows county option income tax revenue to be used to pay certain redevelopment bonds. Requires new retail merchants to file returns and remit sales tax electronically. Requires refiners, terminal operators, and qualified distributors to remit prepaid state gross retail taxes through the department's online tax filing system. Requires the department of state revenue (DOR) to determine a new sales tax prepayment rate on gasoline every three months. Allows the DOR, subject to office of management and budget approval, to make a new prepayment rate determination if the price of gasoline has changed by at least 25% since the most recent determination. Uses 80% instead of 90% of the estimated tax liability in making the determination. Provides that an individual may claim a deduction for state income tax purposes for property taxes that: (1) were imposed on the individual's principal place of residence for the March 1, 2007, assessment date or the January 15, 2008, assessment date; (2) are due after December 31, 2008; and (3) are paid in 2009 on or before the due date for the property taxes. Requires all new withholding tax registrants to file returns and remit the withholding taxes electronically through the department's online tax filing program. Includes vehicles that operate on biodiesel or ultra low sulfur diesel fuel for purposes of the Hoosier alternative fuel vehicle manufacturer income tax credit. Specifies that for research expense incurred after December 31, 2009, a taxpayer may choose to have the amount of the research expense tax credit determined under the existing calculation or under an alternative calculation providing the amount of the credit is equal to 10% of the part of the taxpayer's Indiana qualified research expense for the year that exceeds 50% of the taxpayer's average Indiana qualified research expense for the preceding three years. Provides that after December 31, 2010, the DOR in cooperation with the DLGF and the budget agency shall provide data annually that: (1) identifies the total number of individual taxpayers that live within a particular incorporated city or town; (2) identifies the total individual adjusted gross income of those taxpayers; and (3) includes certain other information. Adds a definition of "pass through entity" to the income tax statutes. Provides that income from a pass through entity shall be characterized in a manner consistent with the income's characterization for federal income tax purposes and attributed to Indiana as if the person, corporation, or pass through entity that received the income had directly engaged in the income producing activity. Provides that if this change results in additional income of a taxpayer being subject to taxation in Indiana for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2004, and before January 1, 2009, the taxpayer is entitled to a credit against Indiana adjusted gross income taxes equal to the tax previously paid to any other state on that income. Provides that the state tax credit for media production expenditures may not be awarded for an expenditure made after June 30, 2009. Repeals the sales tax exemption for property acquired for direct use in a qualified media production. Allows the DOR to require a person who is paying outstanding gross retail tax or withholding tax liability using periodic payments to make the periodic payment by electronic funds transfer through an automatic withdrawal from the person's account at a financial institution. Amends the county adjusted gross income tax, county option income tax, and county economic development income tax statutes to provide that the budget agency (rather than the DOR) certifies the revenue distribution to counties. Makes changes concerning commercial motor vehicle excise tax distributions. Adds the utility receipts tax to the taxes for which a six year, rather than a three year, limit on assessment applies if gross receipts are understated by at least 25%. Makes various changes in
tax procedure and administration, including changes concerning


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provisional property tax bills, appeals of assessments of certain industrial facilities, school assessment ratio studies, sales tax on gasoline, the sales tax exemption for leased aircraft, electronic filing; tax withholding, inheritance tax liens and interest accrual, notice of revoked retail merchant certificates, motor fuel tax procedures, and DOR refunds. Makes various changes in tax law, including sales tax exemptions for certain equipment involved in providing video services or monitoring blood glucose, an income tax deduction for solar powered roof fans, income taxation of certain foreign real estate investment trusts, the coal gasification technology investment tax credit, gasoline tax relief for certain diverted shipments, certain off- road vehicles under the motor carrier fuel tax statute, and road tractors under the commercial vehicle excise tax. Allows the state treasurer to invest in obligations of the Marion county capital improvement board (CIB). Provides that the investment may not exceed $9 million per year for 2009 through 2011. Provides terms for the capital improvement board obligations issued to the state treasurer. Permits the Marion County city-county council to increase, before September 1, 2009, the innkeeper's tax by not more than 1% (9% to 10%). Permits during January through March 2013 the supplemental auto rental excise tax to be increased by not more than 2% (4% to 6%) and the admissions tax to be increased by not more than 4% (6% to 10%). Deposits the revenue from the county tax increases in a new sports and convention facilities operating fund for the CIB. Restricts the use of the new operating fund to paying usual and customary operating expenses with respect to capital improvements operated by the CIB. Allows for an addition to the Marion County professional sports development area to include the hotels in an area bounded by Washington, Illinois, and Maryland streets. Provides for state sales taxes and state and local income taxes from the additional area to be captured for the CIB up to $8,000,000 per year. Allows the captured taxes to be deposited in the new sports and convention facilities operating fund for the CIB if: (1) the budget director determines that the innkeepers' tax is imposed at the maximum rate and in effect on January 1 of a year (September 1 for 2009); or (2) the Marion County city-county council raises at least $4 million from the innkeeper's tax and the capital improvement board issues obligations to the state treasurer. Reduces the number of appointments to the CIB by the county commissioners from two members to one members. Provides that the president pro tempore of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, and the governor shall each make one appointment to the CIB. Provides that the terms of the members of the capital improvement board expire January 15, 2010, and new members must be appointed to serve terms beginning January 15, 2010. Requires the CIB to submit its operating and capital budget for review, approval, or rejection to the Marion County city-county council. Requires the CIB to present a long range financial plan to the city-county council before January 1, 2010. Requires the state board of accounts (SBOA) to do a financial and compliance audit annually of the CIB. Requires the CIB to submit the SBOA reports to the Marion County city-county council. Requires the Marion County city-county council to review the SBOA reports at a public hearing. Requires the city-county council to approve the issuance of revenue and general obligation bonds by the CIB. Removes the Marion County board of commissioners from the review and approval of general obligation bonds and adds a requirement for the mayor's approval. Makes corresponding changes. Permits the city of Westfield to impose an admissions tax for paid admissions to a family oriented sports and recreational complex in the city. Provides that the admissions tax rate is 5% of the price of admission. Exempts certain


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events. Specifies the uses of the tax revenue. Establishes the Ohio River bridges project commission. Allows money in a major bridge fund in Allen County to be used for construction and maintenance for other bridges and indicates that the county is responsible for maintaining bridges within the limits of a city in Allen County as long as the county levies a tax for the major bridge fund. Provides that the total gross weight with load of a vehicle or combination of vehicles transporting an ocean going container may not exceed 95,000 pounds. (The current weight limit may not exceed 90,000 pounds.) Provides that: (1) an ordinance adopted by a city or a town concerning the use of golf carts on a highway under the jurisdiction of the city or the town may not conflict with a driver's licensing requirement of another provision of the Indiana Code; and (2) that certain equipment, titling, and registration requirements do not apply when a golf cart is operated under the authority of an ordinance. Allows the Indiana department of transportation to enter into leases of highway rights-of-way and other state agencies to enter into leases on state property, for which responsibility is assigned to the lessee for the growth, maintenance, and harvesting of grasses or other plants that are suitable for processing into fuels or other energy products. Extends the expiration date of the office of the secretary of family and social services (FSSA), the office of Medicaid policy and planning, the statutes concerning directors of divisions within FSSA, and certain advisory committees under the FSSA statutes. Provides that the governor may direct the Indiana board of pharmacy to develop a prescription drug program that includes a standard format for an official tamper resistant prescription drug form for prescriptions. Provides that certain parental reimbursement obligation shall be paid directly to the department of child services and not to the local court clerk so long as the child in need of services case, juvenile delinquency case, or status offense case is open. Specifies certain requirements for contracts between the department of child services regarding collection of parental reimbursement amounts. Changes the membership of the statewide independent living council. Removes provisions limiting the health facilities subject to the quality assessment fee based on the health facility's Medicaid utilization rate and annual Medicaid revenue. Eliminates the exemption from the quality assessment fee for health facilities that receive only Medicare revenues. Provides an exemption for hospital based health facilities. Eliminates the role of the DOR in collecting quality assessment fees. Specifies the percentage distribution of money collected from the quality assessment depending on whether the state is receiving an adjusted federal medical assistance percentage by the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. Extends the health facility quality assessment fee until August 1, 2011. Delays the implementation of fiscal year budgeting for school corporations. Repeals a provision requiring the calculation of a state average assessment ratio. Provides that a school corporation is to receive its proportionate share of any delinquent property taxes paid that are attributable to a year in which the school corporation did not receive 100% of its general fund distribution because of unpaid taxes. Provides that the state personnel department shall allow a school corporation to elect to provide coverage of health care services for active and retired employees of the school corporation under a state employee health plan. Provides that if a school corporation elects to cover employees under a state employee health plan, all employees covered under a prior policy must be covered under the state employee health plan. Provides that if school corporations does not elect to provide coverage of health care services under a state employee health plan and the cost to the school corporation is greater than the amount


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that would have been paid if the school corporation had elected coverage, then for contracts entered into or renewed after 2010 to provide coverage for health care services the school corporation's employees shall pay the difference and the school corporation may not pay the difference on behalf of the school corporation's employees. Provides that a charter school or conversion charter school that has received an advance for operational costs from the common school fund does not have to make principal or interest payments during the state fiscal years beginning July 1, 2009, and July 1, 2010. Provides that Senator David C. Ford educational technology fund may be used for a school technology program developed by the DOE. Provides that a charter school may receive technology funds. Amends the circuit breaker levy replacement grant for school corporations. Requires a school corporation to notify a teacher that the governing body will consider nonrenewal of the teacher's contract for the next school term before June 1 in an even-numbered year or the later of June 15 or the date a budget act is enacted by the general assembly in an odd- numbered year. Provides that a school corporation's expenditures from its capital projects fund for utility services or property or casualty insurance may not in 2010 and in 2011 exceed 3.5% of the school corporation's 2005 calendar year distribution. Requires a school corporation with an ADM on June 30, 2009, of less than 100 students to reorganize by consolidating with an adjacent school corporation under the school consolidation provisions. Deletes the statute specifying that a school corporation's staff performance evaluation plan may not provide for an evaluation that is based in whole or in part on the ISTEP program test scores of the students in the school corporation. Specifies that a school corporation's staff performance evaluation plan may provide that collective testing program results may be used as factor, but not the sole factor, in evaluations of all educators. Requires the DOE to develop a charter school facilities incentive grants program before January 1, 2010, using priority criteria set forth in federal law. Provides that the DOE shall establish a pilot program to provide funding for a statewide total of up to 1,000 students who attend virtual charter schools in the school year ending in 2010 and 2,000 students who attend virtual charter schools in the school year ending in 2011. Specifies that the pilot program shall focus on children who have medical disabilities or circumstances that prevent them from attending school or for whom a virtual charter school is a better alternative than a traditional school. Provides that the funding amount is the virtual charter school's ADM multiplied by 80% of the statewide average basic tuition support. Requires the DOE to adopt rules to govern the operation of virtual charter schools. Provides that the Brown County School Corporation is not required to make principal or interest payments during the state fiscal years beginning July 1, 2009, and July 1, 2010, on any loan received by the school corporation from the state rainy day fund. Provides that if a state educational institution sets tuition and mandatory fee rates higher than the nonbinding tuition and mandatory fee increase targets set by the commission for higher education, the state educational institution shall appear at a public meeting of the state budget committee. Increases the maximum amount of bonds that may be outstanding for a state educational institution's qualified energy savings projects from $10,000,000 to $15,000,000 per campus and requires any savings by Purdue University and Indiana University in excess of debt payments to be used to fund basic research for the Indiana Innovation Alliance. Provides that the amount of bonds outstanding for Ivy Tech Community College at any time for qualified energy savings projects may not exceed $45,000,000. Provides that qualified energy savings project bonds are not eligible for fee


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replacement. Provides that for purposes of the tuition and fee exemption for Purple Heart recipients, an amount may be paid for a student's tuition and regularly assessed fees only to the extent that the student's tuition and regularly assessed fees exceed any nonstate tuition based gift aid (excluding federal Pell Grants). Requires the department of workforce development to release certain data to the legislative services agency for the purpose of forecasting tax revenues. Restores language removed by HEA 1358-2009 concerning application of foreclosure proceeds to delinquent property taxes. Provides that the department of financial institutions may adopt emergency rules to provide for a system of licensing creditors and mortgage loan originators that meets the requirements of the federal Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2008. Specifies that a reference to a federal law in the Uniform Consumer Credit Code is a reference to the law in effect December 31, 2008. Specifies that a reference to a federal law or federal regulation in Title 28 of the Indiana Code is a reference to the law or regulation in effect December 31, 2008. Regulates fees imposed by a local firefighting unit. Allows townships to provide fire protection or emergency services within a municipality that lies at least in part in the township and does not have a full-time, paid fire department without contracts if both legislative bodies approve. (Current law requires a municipality to lie entirely within the township to permit the arrangement.) Allows an elected county, city, town, or township officer to waive some or all of the elected officer's compensation for any year. Repeals a statute that allows only an elected town officer to waive compensation. Allows a state elected official to waive some or all of the state officer's compensation for any year. Allows a political subdivision to borrow money from a financial institution for a public works project for ten (rather than six) years. Adds Wabash County to the counties that may annex noncontiguous property to be used as an industrial park. Authorizes a city in which a riverboat is docked or located or gambling games are located to enter into one or more agreements or leases with a school corporation or another public or private entity to provide for the construction or renovation of a school building that will be used by the school corporation. Allows the members of the board of directors of a redevelopment authority to be residents of or have their place of employment within the unit that created the redevelopment authority, under certain circumstances. Provides that the state student assistance commission (SSACI) may transfer funds among freedom of choice awards, higher education awards, and twenty-first century awards to ensure maximum use of the funds and the awards. Allows local option income taxes for a levy freeze, public safety, or property tax relief to be adopted in 2009 at any time before November 1, 2009 (rather than before August 1, 2009). Legalizes the method used by the DLGF to reduce the 2009 maximum permissible ad valorem property tax levy of taxing units that paid benefits to members of the "old" police and firefighter pension funds. Extends the time in which certain nonprofit entities may file a property tax exemption application. Permits the balance of a county's family and children's fund or county's children's psychiatric residential treatment services fund to be transferred to the county rainy day fund. Permits St. Joseph County to use the balance of a county's family and children's fund or county's children's psychiatric residential treatment services fund for purposes other than property tax relief. Provides for two semiannual installments of revenue replacing homestead credits granted to taxpayers in 2009 and 2010. Allows borrowing by a fire protection district that was initially established in 2006, has experienced significant revenue shortfalls due to cumulative mathematical errors in the calculation of its maximum permissible


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property tax levies in 2007 and 2008, and may experience a significant revenue shortfall in 2009 and 2010 requiring the district to seek funds in addition to the amounts certified for the district's current budget to provide fire protection to district residents. Establishes a credit for property taxes payable in 2010 for homesteads owned by residential trusts that did not receive the standard deduction for taxes payable in 2009. Provides that the amount of the credit is the remainder of the 2009 taxes paid minus the tax liability that would have applied if the trust had been eligible for the standard deduction. Provides a refund of gross income taxes erroneously paid for 2003 and 2004 by a town if the town also paid the utilities receipts tax for the same year. Establishes the gaming study committee. Specifies certain study topics. Requires a report and any recommendations to be submitted to the legislative council before November 1, 2009. Requires the commission state tax and financing policy to study various topics. Requires the Indiana finance authority to study the mission, organization, and management structure of the I-Light Fiber Optic Network and submit a report to the governor and the legislative council. Requires the commission for higher education with the assistance of SSACI to study the funding of college scholarship programs provided by SSACI and the state's public universities. Establishes the criminal code evaluation commission. Requires the budget agency to review the costs of providing employee health, vision, and dental insurance for state employees and employees of school corporations and public universities. Makes other changes concerning taxation and state and local finance.



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HOUSE BILL 1001(ss)



    A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning state and local administration and to make an appropriation.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:


    1     SECTION 1. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    2
    3         (a) The following definitions apply throughout this act:
    4         (1) "Augmentation allowed" means the governor and the budget agency are
    5         authorized to add to an appropriation in this act from revenues accruing to the
    6         fund from which the appropriation was made.
    7         (2) "Biennium" means the period beginning July 1, 2009, and ending June 30, 2011.
    8         Appropriations appearing in the biennial column for construction or other permanent
    9         improvements do not revert under IC 4-13-2-19 and may be allotted.
    10         (3) "Deficiency appropriation" or "special claim" means an appropriation available
    11         during the 2008-2009 fiscal year.
    12         (4) "Equipment" includes machinery, implements, tools, furniture,
    13         furnishings, vehicles, and other articles that have a calculable period of service
    14         that exceeds twelve (12) calendar months.
    15         (5) "Fee replacement" includes payments to universities to be used to pay indebtedness
    16         resulting from financing the cost of planning, purchasing, rehabilitation, construction,
    17         repair, leasing, lease-purchasing, or otherwise acquiring land, buildings, facilities,
    18         and equipment to be used for academic and instructional purposes.
    19         (6) "Federally qualified health center" means a community health center that is designated
    20         by the Health Resources Services Administration, Bureau of Primary Health Care, as a
    21         Federally Qualified Health Center Look Alike under the FED 330 Consolidated


    1         Health Center Program authorization, including Community Health Center (330e),
    2         Migrant Health Center (330g), Health Care for the Homeless (330h), Public Housing
    3         Primary Care (330i), and School Based Health Centers (330).
    4         (7) "Other operating expense" includes payments for "services other than personal",
    5          "services by contract", "supplies, materials, and parts", "grants, subsidies, refunds,
    6         and awards", "in-state travel", "out-of-state travel", and "equipment".
    7         (8) "Pension fund contributions" means the state of Indiana's contributions to a
    8         specific retirement fund.
    9         (9) "Personal services" includes payments for salaries and wages to officers and
    10         employees of the state (either regular or temporary), payments for compensation
    11         awards, and the employer's share of Social Security, health insurance, life insurance,
    12         dental insurance, vision insurance, deferred compensation - state match, leave
    13         conversion, disability, and retirement fund contributions.
    14         (10) "SSBG" means the Social Services Block Grant. This was formerly referred to
    15         as "Title XX".
    16         (11) "State agency" means:
    17         (A) each office, officer, board, commission, department, division, bureau, committee,
    18         fund, agency, authority, council, or other instrumentality of the state;
    19         (B) each hospital, penal institution, and other institutional enterprise of the
    20         state;
    21         (C) the judicial department of the state; and
    22         (D) the legislative department of the state.
    23         However, this term does not include cities, towns, townships, school cities, school
    24         townships, school districts, other municipal corporations or political subdivisions
    25         of the state, or universities and colleges supported in whole or in part by state
    26         funds.
    27         (12) "State funded community health center" means a public or private not for profit
    28         (501(c)(3)) organization that provides comprehensive primary health care services to
    29         all age groups.
    30         (13) "Total operating expense" includes payments for both "personal services" and
    31          "other operating expense".
    32         (b) The state board of finance may authorize advances to boards or persons having
    33         control of the funds of any institution or department of the state of a sum of
    34         money out of any appropriation available at such time for the purpose of establishing
    35         working capital to provide for payment of expenses in the case of emergency when
    36         immediate payment is necessary or expedient. Advance payments shall be made by
    37         warrant by the auditor of state, and properly itemized and receipted bills or invoices
    38         shall be filed by the board or persons receiving the advance payments.
    39         (c) All money appropriated by this act shall be considered either a direct appropriation
    40         or an appropriation from a rotary or revolving fund.
    41         (1) Direct appropriations are subject to withdrawal from the state treasury and
    42         for expenditure for such purposes, at such time, and in such manner as may be prescribed
    43         by law. Direct appropriations are not subject to return and rewithdrawal from the
    44         state treasury, except for the correction of an error which may have occurred in
    45         any transaction or for reimbursement of expenditures which have occurred in the
    46         same fiscal year.
    47         (2) A rotary or revolving fund is any designated part of a fund that is set apart
    48         as working capital in a manner prescribed by law and devoted to a specific purpose
    49         or purposes. The fund consists of earnings and income only from certain sources
    1         or a combination thereof. The money in the fund shall be used for the purpose designated
    2         by law as working capital. The fund at any time consists of the original appropriation
    3         thereto, if any, all receipts accrued to the fund, and all money withdrawn from the
    4         fund and invested or to be invested. The fund shall be kept intact by separate entries
    5         in the auditor of state's office, and no part thereof shall be used for any purpose
    6         other than the lawful purpose of the fund or revert to any other fund at any time.
    7         However, any unencumbered excess above any prescribed amount shall be transferred
    8         to the state general fund at the close of each fiscal year unless otherwise specified
    9         in the Indiana Code.
    10
    11     SECTION 2. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    12
    13         For the conduct of state government, its offices, funds, boards, commissions, departments,
    14         societies, associations, services, agencies, and undertakings, and for other appropriations
    15         not otherwise provided by statute, the following sums in SECTIONS 3 through 10 are
    16         appropriated for the periods of time designated from the general fund of the state
    17         of Indiana or other specifically designated funds.
    18
    19         In this act, whenever there is no specific fund or account designated, the appropriation
    20         is from the general fund.
    21
    22     SECTION 3. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    23
    24         GENERAL GOVERNMENT
    25
    26         A. LEGISLATIVE
    27
    28         FOR THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
    29             LEGISLATORS' SALARIES - HOUSE
    30                     Total Operating Expense              6,198,756     6,198,756
    31             HOUSE EXPENSES
    32                     Total Operating Expense              10,549,327     10,950,339
    33             LEGISLATORS' SALARIES - SENATE
    34                     Total Operating Expense              2,247,345     2,247,345
    35             SENATE EXPENSES
    36                     Total Operating Expense              10,413,712     11,812,594
    37
    38         Included in the above appropriations for house and senate expenses are funds for
    39         a legislative business per diem allowance, meals, and other usual and customary expenses
    40         associated with legislative affairs. Except as provided below, this allowance is
    41         to be paid to each member of the general assembly for every day, including Sundays,
    42         during which the general assembly is convened in regular or special session, commencing
    43         with the day the session is officially convened and concluding with the day the session
    44         is adjourned sine die. However, after five (5) consecutive days of recess, the legislative
    45         business per diem allowance is to be made on an individual voucher basis until the
    46         recess concludes.
    47
    48         Members of the general assembly are entitled, when authorized by the speaker of the
    49         house or the president pro tempore of the senate, to the legislative business per
    1         diem allowance for each and every day engaged in official business.
    2
    3         The legislative business per diem allowance that each member of the general assembly
    4         is entitled to receive equals the maximum daily amount allowable to employees of
    5         the executive branch of the federal government for subsistence expenses while away
    6         from home in travel status in the Indianapolis area. The legislative business per
    7         diem changes each time there is a change in that maximum daily amount.
    8
    9         In addition to the legislative business per diem allowance, each member of the general
    10         assembly shall receive the mileage allowance in an amount equal to the standard mileage
    11         rates for personally owned transportation equipment established by the federal Internal
    12         Revenue Service for each mile necessarily traveled from the member's usual place
    13         of residence to the state capitol. However, if the member traveled by a means other
    14         than by motor vehicle, and the member's usual place of residence is more than one
    15         hundred (100) miles from the state capitol, the member is entitled to reimbursement
    16         in an amount equal to the lowest air travel cost incurred in traveling from the usual
    17         place of residence to the state capitol. During the period the general assembly is
    18         convened in regular or special session, the mileage allowance shall be limited to
    19         one (1) round trip each week per member.
    20
    21         Any member of the general assembly who is appointed, by the governor, speaker
    22         of the house, president or president pro tempore of the senate, house or senate minority
    23         floor leader, or Indiana legislative council to serve on any research, study, or
    24         survey committee or commission, or who attends any meetings authorized or convened
    25         under the auspices of the Indiana legislative council, including pre-session conferences
    26         and federal-state relations conferences, is entitled, when authorized by the legislative
    27         council, to receive the legislative business per diem allowance for each day in actual
    28         attendance and is also entitled to a mileage allowance, at the rate specified above,
    29         for each mile necessarily traveled from the member's usual place of residence to
    30         the state capitol, or other in-state site of the committee, commission, or conference.
    31         The per diem allowance and the mileage allowance permitted under this paragraph shall
    32         be paid from the legislative council appropriation for legislator and lay member
    33         travel unless the member is attending an out-of-state meeting, as authorized by the
    34         speaker of the house of representatives or the president pro tempore of the senate,
    35         in which case the member is entitled to receive:
    36         (1) the legislative business per diem allowance for each day the member is engaged
    37         in approved out-of-state travel; and
    38         (2) reimbursement for traveling expenses actually incurred in connection with the
    39         member's duties, as provided in the state travel policies and procedures established
    40         by the legislative council.
    41
    42         Notwithstanding the provisions of this or any other statute, the legislative council
    43         may adopt, by resolution, travel policies and procedures that apply only to members
    44         of the general assembly or to the staffs of the house of representatives, senate,
    45         and legislative services agency, or both members and staffs. The legislative council
    46         may apply these travel policies and procedures to lay members serving on research,
    47         study, or survey committees or commissions that are under the jurisdiction of the
    48         legislative council. Notwithstanding any other law, rule, or policy, the state travel
    49         policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of administration and
    1         approved by the budget agency do not apply to members of the general assembly, to
    2         the staffs of the house of representatives, senate, or legislative services agency,
    3         or to lay members serving on research, study, or survey committees or commissions
    4         under the jurisdiction of the legislative council (if the legislative council applies
    5         its travel policies and procedures to lay members under the authority of this SECTION),
    6         except that, until the legislative council adopts travel policies and procedures,
    7         the state travel policies and procedures established by the Indiana department of
    8         administration and approved by the budget agency apply to members of the general
    9         assembly, to the staffs of the house of representatives, senate, and legislative
    10         services agency, and to lay members serving on research, study, or survey committees
    11         or commissions under the jurisdiction of the legislative council. The executive director
    12         of the legislative services agency is responsible for the administration of travel
    13         policies and procedures adopted by the legislative council. The auditor of state
    14         shall approve and process claims for reimbursement of travel related expenses under
    15         this paragraph based upon the written affirmation of the speaker of the house of
    16         representatives, the president pro tempore of the senate, or the executive director
    17         of the legislative services agency that those claims comply with the travel policies
    18         and procedures adopted by the legislative council. If the funds appropriated for
    19         the house and senate expenses and legislative salaries are insufficient to pay all
    20         the necessary expenses incurred, including the cost of printing the journals of the
    21         house and senate, there is appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to
    22         pay such expenses.
    23
    24             LEGISLATORS' SUBSISTENCE
    25             LEGISLATORS' EXPENSES - HOUSE
    26                     Total Operating Expense              2,524,980     2,620,929
    27             LEGISLATORS' EXPENSES - SENATE
    28                     Total Operating Expense              1,126,579     1,004,601
    29
    30         Each member of the general assembly is entitled to a subsistence allowance of forty
    31         percent (40%) of the maximum daily amount allowable to employees of the executive
    32         branch of the federal government for subsistence expenses while away from home in
    33         travel status in the Indianapolis area:
    34         (1) each day that the general assembly is not convened in regular or special session;
    35         and
    36         (2) each day after the first session day held in November and before the first session
    37         day held in January.
    38
    39         However, the subsistence allowance under subdivision (2) may not be paid with respect
    40         to any day after the first session day held in November and before the first session
    41         day held in January with respect to which all members of the general assembly are
    42         entitled to a legislative business per diem.
    43
    44         The subsistence allowance is payable from the appropriations for legislators' subsistence.
    45
    46         The officers of the senate are entitled to the following amounts annually in addition
    47         to the subsistence allowance: president pro tempore, $7,000; assistant president
    48         pro tempore, $3,000; majority floor leader, $5,500; assistant majority floor leaders,
    49         $3,500; majority caucus chair, $5,500; assistant majority caucus chairs, $1,500;
    1         appropriations committee chair, $5,500; tax and fiscal policy committee chair, $5,500;
    2         appropriations committee ranking majority member, $2,000; tax and fiscal policy committee
    3         ranking majority member, $2,000; majority whip, $4,000; assistant majority whip,
    4         $2,000; minority floor leader, $6,000; minority leader emeritus, $1,500; minority
    5         caucus chair, $5,000; minority assistant floor leader, $5,000; appropriations committee
    6         ranking minority member, $2,000; tax and fiscal policy committee ranking minority
    7         member, $2,000; minority whip(s), $2,000; assistant minority caucus chair(s), $1,000;
    8         agriculture and small business committee chair, $1,000; commerce, public policy,
    9         and interstate cooperation committee chair, $1,000; corrections, criminal, and civil
    10         matters committee chair, $1,000; education and career development chair, $1,000;
    11         elections committee chair, $1,000; energy and environmental affairs committee chair,
    12         $1,000; pensions and labor committee chair, $1,000; health and provider services
    13         committee chair, $1,000; homeland security, transportation, and veterans affairs
    14         committee chair, $1,000; insurance and financial institutions committee chair, $1,000;
    15         judiciary committee chair, $1,000; local government committee chair, $1,000; utilities
    16         and technology committee chair, $1,000; and natural resources committee chair, $1,000.
    17         If an officer fills more than one (1) leadership position, the officer shall be paid for
    18         the higher paid position.
    19
    20         Officers of the house of representatives are entitled to the following amounts annually
    21         in addition to the subsistence allowance: speaker of the house, $6,500; speaker pro
    22         tempore, $5,000; deputy speaker pro tempore, $1,500; majority leader, $5,000; majority
    23         caucus chair, $5,000; assistant majority caucus chair, $1,000; ways and means committee
    24         chair, $5,000; ways and means committee ranking majority member, $3,000; ways and
    25         means committee, chairman of the education subcommittee, $1,500; speaker pro tempore
    26         emeritus, $1,500; budget subcommittee chair, $3,000; majority whip, $3,500; assistant
    27         majority whip, $1,000; assistant majority leader, $1,000; minority leader, $5,500;
    28         minority caucus chair, $4,500; ways and means committee ranking minority member,
    29         $3,500; minority whip, $2,500; assistant minority leader, $4,500; second assistant
    30         minority leader, $1,500; and deputy assistant minority leader, $1,000.
    31
    32         If the senate or house of representatives eliminates a committee or officer referenced
    33         in this SECTION and replaces the committee or officer with a new committee or position,
    34         the foregoing appropriations for subsistence shall be used to pay for the new committee
    35         or officer. However, this does not permit any additional amounts to be paid under
    36         this SECTION for a replacement committee or officer than would have been spent for
    37         the eliminated committee or officer. If the senate or house of representatives creates
    38         a new additional committee or officer, or assigns additional duties to an existing
    39         officer, the foregoing appropriations for subsistence shall be used to pay for the
    40         new committee or officer, or to adjust the annual payments made to the existing officer,
    41         in amounts determined by the legislative council.
    42
    43         If the funds appropriated for legislators' subsistence are insufficient to pay all
    44         the subsistence incurred, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may
    45         be necessary to pay such subsistence.
    46
    47         FOR THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND THE LEGISLATIVE SERVICES AGENCY
    48                     Total Operating Expense              9,989,200     10,388,768
    49             LEGISLATOR AND LAY MEMBER TRAVEL
    1                     Total Operating Expense              700,000     750,000
    2
    3         Included in the above appropriations for the legislative council and legislative
    4         services agency expenses are funds for usual and customary expenses associated with
    5         legislative services.
    6
    7         If the funds above appropriated for the legislative council and the legislative services
    8         agency and legislator and lay member travel are insufficient to pay all the necessary
    9         expenses incurred, there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary
    10         to pay those expenses.
    11
    12         Any person other than a member of the general assembly who is appointed by the governor,
    13         speaker of the house, president or president pro tempore of the senate, house or
    14         senate minority floor leader, or legislative council to serve on any research, study,
    15         or survey committee or commission is entitled, when authorized by the legislative
    16         council, to a per diem instead of subsistence of $75 per day during the 2009-2011
    17         biennium. In addition to the per diem, such a person is entitled to mileage reimbursement,
    18         at the rate specified for members of the general assembly, for each mile necessarily
    19         traveled from the person's usual place of residence to the state capitol or other
    20         in-state site of the committee, commission, or conference. However, reimbursement
    21         for any out-of-state travel expenses claimed by lay members serving on research,
    22         study, or survey committees or commissions under the jurisdiction of the legislative
    23         council shall be based on SECTION 14 of this act, until the legislative council applies
    24         those travel policies and procedures that govern legislators and their staffs to
    25         such lay members as authorized elsewhere in this SECTION. The allowance and reimbursement
    26         permitted in this paragraph shall be paid from the legislative council appropriations
    27         for legislative and lay member travel unless otherwise provided for by a specific
    28         appropriation.
    29
    30             LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL CONTINGENCY FUND
    31                     Total Operating Expense                        225,000
    32
    33         Disbursements from the fund may be made only for purposes approved by the chairman
    34         and vice chairman of the legislative council.
    35
    36         The legislative services agency shall charge the following fees, unless the legislative
    37         council sets these or other fees at different rates:
    38
    39             Annual subscription to the session document service for sessions ending in odd-numbered
    40             years: $900
    41
    42             Annual subscription to the session document service for sessions ending in even-numbered
    43             years: $500
    44
    45             Per page charge for copies of legislative documents: $0.15
    46
    47             Annual charge for interim calendar: $10
    48
    49             Daily charge for the journal of either house: $2
    1
    2             PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTION
    3                     Total Operating Expense              939,400     975,000
    4
    5         The above funds are appropriated for the printing and distribution of documents published
    6         by the legislative council. These documents include journals, bills, resolutions,
    7         enrolled documents, the acts of the first and second regular sessions of the 116th
    8         general assembly, the supplements to the Indiana Code for fiscal years 2009-2010
    9         and 2010-2011, and the publication of the Indiana Administrative Code and the Indiana
    10         Register. Upon completion of the distribution of the Acts and the supplements to
    11         the Indiana Code, as provided in IC 2-6-1.5, remaining copies may be sold at a price
    12         or prices periodically determined by the legislative council. If the above appropriations
    13         for the printing and distribution of documents published by the legislative council
    14         are insufficient to pay all of the necessary expenses incurred, there are hereby
    15         appropriated such sums as may be necessary to pay such expenses.
    16
    17             COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS ANNUAL DUES
    18                     Other Operating Expense              143,944     143,944
    19             NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES ANNUAL DUES
    20                     Other Operating Expense              190,337     190,337
    21             NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF INSURANCE LEGISLATORS ANNUAL DUES
    22                     Other Operating Expense              10,000     10,000
    23             REAPPORTIONMENT SUPPORT AND SERVICES
    24                     Total Operating Expense                        250,000
    25
    26         FOR THE INDIANA LOBBY REGISTRATION COMMISSION
    27                     Total Operating Expense              271,910     271,910
    28
    29         B. JUDICIAL
    30
    31         FOR THE SUPREME COURT
    32                     Personal Services              7,564,269     7,564,269
    33                     Other Operating Expense              2,001,965     2,001,965
    34
    35         The above appropriation for the supreme court personal services includes the subsistence
    36         allowance as provided by IC 33-38-5-8.
    37
    38             LOCAL JUDGES' SALARIES
    39                     Personal Services              57,146,053     57,146,053
    40                     Other Operating Expense              39,000     39,000
    41             COUNTY PROSECUTORS' SALARIES
    42                     Personal Services              24,785,126     24,785,126
    43                     Other Operating Expense              31,000     31,000
    44
    45         The above appropriations for county prosecutors' salaries represent the amounts authorized
    46         by IC 33-39-6-5 and that are to be paid from the state general fund.
    47
    48         In addition to the appropriations for local judges' salaries and for county prosecutors'
    49         salaries, there are hereby appropriated for personal services the amounts that the
    1         state is required to pay for salary changes or for additional courts created by the
    2         116th general assembly.
    3
    4             TRIAL COURT OPERATIONS
    5                     Total Operating Expense              596,075     596,075
    6             INDIANA CONFERENCE FOR LEGAL EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY
    7                     Total Operating Expense              778,750     778,750
    8
    9         The above funds are appropriated to the division of state court administration in
    10         compliance with the provisions of IC 33-24-13-7.
    11
    12             PUBLIC DEFENDER COMMISSION
    13                     Total Operating Expense              12,850,000     12,850,000
    14
    15         The above appropriation is made in addition to the distribution authorized by
    16         IC 33-37-7-9(c) for the purpose of reimbursing counties for indigent defense services
    17         provided to a defendant. The division of state court administration of the supreme
    18         court of Indiana shall provide staff support to the commission and shall administer
    19         the public defense fund. The administrative costs may come from the public defense
    20         fund. Any balance in the public defense fund is appropriated to the public defender
    21         commission.
    22
    23             GUARDIAN AD LITEM
    24                     Total Operating Expense              2,970,248     2,970,248
    25
    26         The division of state court administration shall use the foregoing appropriation
    27         to administer an office of guardian ad litem and court appointed special advocate
    28         services and to provide matching funds to counties that are required to implement,
    29         in courts with juvenile jurisdiction, a guardian ad litem and court appointed special
    30         advocate program for children who are alleged to be victims of child abuse or neglect
    31         under IC 31-33 and to administer the program. A county may use these matching funds
    32         to supplement amounts collected as fees under IC 31-40-3 to be used for the operation
    33         of guardian ad litem and court appointed special advocate programs. The county fiscal
    34         body shall appropriate adequate funds for the county to be eligible for these matching
    35         funds.
    36
    37             CIVIL LEGAL AID
    38                     Total Operating Expense              1,500,000     1,500,000
    39
    40         The above funds include the appropriation provided in IC 33-24-12-7.
    41
    42             SPECIAL JUDGES - COUNTY COURTS
    43                     Personal Services              15,000     15,000
    44                     Other Operating Expense              134,000     134,000
    45
    46         If the funds appropriated above for special judges of county courts are insufficient
    47         to pay all of the necessary expenses that the state is required to pay under IC 34-35-1-4,
    48         there are hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary to pay these
    49         expenses.
    1
    2             COMMISSION ON RACE AND GENDER FAIRNESS
    3                     Total Operating Expense              380,996     380,996
    4
    5         FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS
    6                     Personal Services              9,141,271     9,141,271
    7                     Other Operating Expense              1,025,470     1,025,470
    8
    9         The above appropriations for the court of appeals personal services include the
    10         subsistence allowance provided by IC 33-38-5-8.
    11
    12         FOR THE TAX COURT
    13                     Personal Services              549,418     549,418
    14                     Other Operating Expense              123,595     123,595
    15
    16         FOR THE JUDICIAL CENTER
    17                     Personal Services              1,680,763     1,680,763
    18                     Other Operating Expense              1,140,419     1,140,419
    19
    20         The above appropriations for the judicial center include the appropriations for the
    21         judicial conference.
    22
    23             DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAMS FUND
    24                     Total Operating Expense              100,000     100,000
    25
    26         The above funds are appropriated notwithstanding the distribution under IC 33-37-7-9
    27         for the purpose of administering, certifying, and supporting alcohol and drug services
    28         programs under IC 12-23-14. However, if additional funds are needed to carry out
    29         the purpose of the program, existing revenues in the fund may be allotted.
    30
    31             INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR ADULT OFFENDER SUPERVISION
    32                     Total Operating Expense              200,000     200,000
    33
    34         FOR THE PUBLIC DEFENDER
    35                     Personal Services              5,679,783     5,679,783
    36                     Other Operating Expense              985,133     985,133
    37
    38         FOR THE PUBLIC DEFENDER COUNCIL
    39                     Personal Services              943,769     943,769
    40                     Other Operating Expense              420,328     420,328
    41
    42         FOR THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS' COUNCIL
    43                     Personal Services              638,099     638,099
    44                     Other Operating Expense              577,177     577,177
    45             DRUG PROSECUTION
    46                 Drug Prosecution Fund (IC 33-39-8-6)
    47                     Total Operating Expense              79,000     109,000
    48                 Augmentation allowed.
    49
    1         FOR THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT FUND
    2             JUDGES' RETIREMENT FUND
    3                     Other Operating Expense              11,474,961     12,048,709
    4             PROSECUTORS' RETIREMENT FUND
    5                     Other Operating Expense              170,000     170,000
    6
    7         C. EXECUTIVE
    8
    9         FOR THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
    10                     Personal Services              1,902,269     1,902,269
    11                     Other Operating Expense              153,976     153,976
    12             GOVERNOR'S RESIDENCE
    13                     Total Operating Expense              136,858     136,858
    14             GOVERNOR'S CONTINGENCY FUND
    15                     Total Operating Expense                        153,358
    16
    17         Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions
    18         of IC 5-22.
    19
    20             GOVERNOR'S FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
    21                     Total Operating Expense              265,205     265,205
    22
    23         FOR THE WASHINGTON LIAISON OFFICE
    24                     Total Operating Expense              242,500     242,500
    25
    26         FOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
    27                     Personal Services              1,725,210     1,725,210
    28                     Other Operating Expense              550,115     550,115
    29             CONTINGENCY FUND
    30                     Total Operating Expense                        12,388
    31
    32         Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions
    33         of IC 5-22.
    34
    35         FOR THE SECRETARY OF STATE
    36             ADMINISTRATION
    37                     Personal Services              2,197,658     2,197,658
    38                     Other Operating Expense              150,500     150,500
    39
    40         FOR THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
    41             ATTORNEY GENERAL
    42                 From the General Fund
    43                         15,128,969     15,128,969
    44                 From the Motor Vehicle Odometer Fund (IC 9-29-1-5)
    45                         90,000     90,000
    46                 Augmentation allowed.
    47                 From the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit Fund (IC 4-6-10-1)
    48                         542,447     542,447
    49                 Augmentation allowed.
    1                 From the Victims' Assistance Address Confidentiality Fund (IC 5-26.5-3-6)
    2                         59,929     59,929
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4                 From the Real Estate Appraiser Investigative Fund (IC 25-34.1-8-7.5)
    5                         64,230     64,230
    6                 Augmentation allowed.
    7                 From the Non-Consumer Settlements Fund
    8                         116,678     116,678
    9                 Augmentation allowed.
    10                 From the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    11                         494,467     494,467
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13                 From the Abandoned Property Fund (IC 32-34-1-33)
    14                         318,968     318,968
    15                 Augmentation allowed.
    16
    17         The amounts specified from the General Fund, motor vehicle odometer fund, medicaid
    18         fraud control unit fund, victims' assistance address confidentiality fund, non-consumer
    19         settlements fund, real estate appraiser investigative fund, tobacco master settlement
    20         fund, and abandoned property fund are for the following purposes:
    21
    22                     Personal Services              15,690,686     15,690,686
    23                     Other Operating Expense              1,125,002     1,125,002
    24
    25             HOMEOWNER PROTECTION UNIT
    26                 Homeowner Protection Unit Account (IC 4-6-12-9)
    27                     Total Operating Expense              422,000     422,000
    28             MEDICAID FRAUD UNIT
    29                     Total Operating Expense              829,789     829,789
    30
    31         The above appropriations to the Medicaid fraud unit are the state's matching share
    32         of the state Medicaid fraud control unit under IC 4-6-10 as prescribed by 42 U.S.C.
    33         1396b(q). Augmentation allowed from collections.
    34
    35             UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
    36                 Abandoned Property Fund (IC 32-34-1-33)
    37                     Personal Services              1,347,951     1,347,951
    38                     Other Operating Expense              3,163,434     3,163,434
    39                 Augmentation allowed.
    40
    41         D. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
    42
    43         FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
    44                     Personal Services              4,587,218     4,587,218
    45                     Other Operating Expense              1,388,632     1,388,632
    46             GOVERNORS' AND GOVERNORS' SURVIVING SPOUSES' PENSIONS
    47                     Total Operating Expense              140,246     140,246
    48
    49         The above appropriations for governors' and governors' surviving spouses' pensions
    1         are made under IC 4-3-3.
    2
    3         FOR THE STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTS
    4                     Personal Services              20,581,483     20,581,483
    5                     Other Operating Expense              1,178,717     1,178,717
    6
    7         FOR THE STATE BUDGET COMMITTEE
    8                     Total Operating Expense              54,126     54,126
    9
    10         Notwithstanding IC 4-12-1-11(b), the salary per diem of the legislative members of
    11         the budget committee is an amount equal to one hundred fifty percent (150%) of the
    12         legislative business per diem allowance. If the above appropriations are insufficient
    13         to carry out the necessary operations of the budget committee, there are hereby
    14         appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
    15
    16         FOR THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
    17                     Personal Services              1,000,227     1,000,227
    18                     Other Operating Expense              153,095     153,095
    19
    20         FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    21                     Personal Services              2,729,047     2,729,047
    22                     Other Operating Expense              639,093     639,093
    23
    24             DEPARTMENTAL AND INSTITUTIONAL EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY FUND
    25                     Total Operating Expense                        2,000,000
    26
    27         The foregoing departmental and institutional emergency contingency fund appropriation
    28         is subject to allotment to departments, institutions, and all state agencies by the
    29         budget agency with the approval of the governor. These allocations may be made upon
    30         written request of proper officials, showing that contingencies exist that require
    31         additional funds for meeting necessary expenses. The budget committee shall be advised
    32         of each transfer request and allotment.
    33
    34             OUTSIDE BILL CONTINGENCY
    35                     Total Operating Expense                        9,354,228
    36
    37             PERSONAL SERVICES/FRINGE BENEFITS CONTINGENCY FUND
    38                     Total Operating Expense                        55,625,000
    39
    40         The foregoing personal services/fringe benefits contingency fund appropriation is
    41         subject to allotment to departments, institutions, and all state agencies by the
    42         budget agency with the approval of the governor.
    43
    44         The foregoing personal services/fringe benefits contingency fund appropriation may
    45         be used only for salary increases, fringe benefit increases, an employee leave conversion
    46         program, or a state retiree health program for state employees and may not be used
    47         for any other purpose.
    48
    49         The foregoing personal services/fringe benefits contingency fund appropriation does
    1         not revert at the end of the biennium but remains in the personal services/fringe
    2         benefits contingency fund.
    3
    4             RETIREE HEALTH BENEFIT TRUST FUND
    5                 Retiree Health Benefit Trust Fund (IC 5-10-8-8.5)
    6                     Total Operating Expense                        54,000,000
    7                 Augmentation Allowed.
    8
    9         The foregoing appropriation for the retiree health plan:
    10
    11             (1) is to fund employer contributions and benefits provided under IC 5-10-8.5;
    12             (2) does not revert at the end of any state fiscal year but remains available for
    13             the purposes of the appropriation in subsequent state fiscal years; and
    14             (3) is not subject to transfer to any other fund or to transfer, assignment, or reassignment
    15             for any other use or purpose by the state board of finance notwithstanding IC 4-9.1-1-7
    16             and IC 4-13-2-23 or by the budget agency notwithstanding IC 4-12-1-12 or any other
    17             law.
    18
    19         The budget agency may transfer appropriations from federal or dedicated funds to
    20         the trust fund to accrue funds to pay benefits to employees that are not paid from
    21         the general fund.
    22
    23             COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH INSURANCE ASSOCIATION STATE SHARE
    24                     Total Operating Expense                        77,000,000
    25                 Augmentation Allowed.
    26
    27             SCHOOL AND LIBRARY INTERNET CONNECTION (IC 4-34-3-2)
    28                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    29                     Total Operating Expense              2,800,000     2,800,000
    30
    31         Of the foregoing appropriations, $1,800,000 each year shall be used for schools under
    32         IC 4-34-3-4, and $1,000,000 each year shall be used for libraries under IC 4-34-3-2.
    33
    34             INSPIRE (IC 4-34-3-2)
    35                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    36                     Other Operating Expense                        3,000,000
    37             COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MATCHING GRANTS
    38                     Other Operating Expense                        2,000,000
    39
    40         The foregoing appropriation shall be used to match a grant from a foundation for
    41         community development. The budget agency may release the funds after review by the
    42         budget committee if the budget agency determines there is a significant investment
    43         from the foundation.
    44
    45         FOR THE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT FUND
    46             PUBLIC SAFETY PENSION
    47                     Total Operating Expense              96,000,000     112,000,000
    48                 Augmentation Allowed.
    49
    1         FOR THE TREASURER OF STATE
    2                     Personal Services              817,630     817,630
    3                     Other Operating Expense              52,476     52,476
    4
    5         The treasurer of state, the board for depositories, the Indiana commission for higher
    6         education, and the state student assistance commission shall cooperate and provide
    7         to the Indiana education savings authority the following:
    8             (1) Clerical and professional staff and related support.
    9             (2) Office space and services.
    10             (3) Reasonable financial support for the development of rules, policies, programs,
    11             and guidelines, including authority operations and travel.
    12
    13         E. TAX ADMINISTRATION
    14
    15         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
    16             COLLECTION AND ADMINISTRATION
    17                 From the General Fund
    18                         48,831,936     48,831,936
    19                 From the Motor Carrier Regulation Fund (IC 8-2.1-23)
    20                         794,261     794,261
    21                 From the Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    22                         2,449,434     2,449,434
    23                 Augmentation allowed from the Motor Carrier Regulation Fund and the Motor Vehicle
    24                 Highway Account.
    25
    26                 The amounts specified from the General Fund, Motor Carrier Regulation Fund, and the
    27                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account are for the following purposes:
    28
    29                     Personal Services              37,103,377     37,103,377
    30                     Other Operating Expense              14,972,254     14,972,254
    31
    32         With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the department shall annually
    33         reimburse the state general fund for expenses incurred in support of the collection
    34         of dedicated fund revenue according to the department's cost allocation plan.
    35
    36         With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the foregoing sums for the
    37         department of state revenue may be augmented to an amount not exceeding in total,
    38         together with the above specific amounts, one and one-tenth percent (1.1%) of the
    39         amount of money collected by the department of state revenue from taxes and fees.
    40
    41             OUTSIDE COLLECTIONS
    42                     Total Operating Expense              4,500,000     4,500,000
    43
    44         With the approval of the governor and the budget agency, the foregoing sums for the
    45         department of state revenue's outside collections may be augmented to an amount not
    46         exceeding in total, together with the above specific amounts, one and one-tenth percent
    47         (1.1%) of the amount of money collected by the department from taxes and fees.
    48
    49             MOTOR CARRIER REGULATION
    1                 Motor Carrier Regulation Fund (IC 8-2.1-23)
    2                     Personal Services              1,744,843     1,744,843
    3                     Other Operating Expense              3,797,857     3,797,857
    4                 Augmentation allowed from the Motor Carrier Regulation Fund.
    5
    6             MOTOR FUEL TAX DIVISION
    7                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    8                     Personal Services              7,041,830     7,041,830
    9                     Other Operating Expense              2,561,625     2,561,625
    10                 Augmentation allowed from the Motor Vehicle Highway Account.
    11
    12         In addition to the foregoing appropriations, there is hereby appropriated to the
    13         department of revenue motor fuel tax division an amount sufficient to pay claims
    14         for refunds on license-fee-exempt motor vehicle fuel as provided by law. The sums
    15         above appropriated from the motor vehicle highway account for the operation of the
    16         motor fuel tax division, together with all refunds for license-fee-exempt motor vehicle
    17         fuel, shall be paid from the receipts of those license fees before they are distributed
    18         as provided by IC 6-6-1.1.
    19
    20         FOR THE INDIANA GAMING COMMISSION
    21                 From the State Gaming Fund (IC 4-33-13-3)
    22                         3,501,183     3,501,183
    23                 From the Gaming Investigations Fund (IC 4-33-4.5)
    24                         600,000     600,000
    25
    26                 The amounts specified from the state gaming fund and gaming investigations are
    27                 for the following purposes:
    28
    29                     Personal Services              3,288,542     3,288,542
    30                     Other Operating Expense              812,641     812,641
    31
    32         The foregoing appropriations to the Indiana gaming commission are made from revenues
    33         accruing to the state gaming fund under IC 4-33-13-3 before any distribution is made
    34         under IC 4-33-13-5.
    35                 Augmentation allowed.
    36
    37         The foregoing appropriations to the Indiana gaming commission are made instead of
    38         the appropriation made in IC 4-33-13-4.
    39
    40         FOR THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF GAMING RESEARCH
    41                     Personal Services              120,394     120,394
    42                     Other Operating Expense              104,312     104,312
    43                 Augmentation allowed from fees accruing under IC 4-33-18-8.
    44
    45         FOR THE INDIANA HORSE RACING COMMISSION
    46                 Indiana Horse Racing Commission Operating Fund (IC 4-31-10-2)
    47                     Personal Services              2,126,562     2,126,562
    48                     Other Operating Expense              627,890     627,890
    49
    1         The foregoing appropriations to the Indiana horse racing commission are made from
    2         revenues accruing to the Indiana horse racing commission before any distribution
    3         is made under IC 4-31-9.
    4                 Augmentation allowed.
    5
    6             STANDARDBRED ADVISORY BOARD
    7                 Standardbred Horse Fund (IC 15-19-2-10)
    8                     Total Operating Expense              193,500     193,500
    9
    10         The foregoing appropriations to the standardbred advisory board are made from
    11         revenues accruing to the Indiana horse racing commission before any distribution
    12         is made under IC 4-31-9.
    13                 Augmentation allowed.
    14
    15             STANDARDBRED BREED DEVELOPMENT
    16                 Indiana Horse Racing Commission Operating Fund (IC 4-31-10-2)
    17                     Total Operating Expense              4,049,719     4,049,719
    18                 Augmentation allowed.
    19             THOROUGHBRED BREED DEVELOPMENT
    20                 Indiana Horse Racing Commission Operating Fund (IC 4-31-10-2)
    21                     Total Operating Expense              2,904,012     2,904,012
    22                 Augmentation allowed.
    23             QUARTER HORSE BREED DEVELOPMENT
    24                 Indiana Horse Racing Commission Operating Fund (IC 4-31-10-2)
    25                     Total Operating Expense              228,896     228,896
    26                 Augmentation allowed.
    27             FINGERPRINT FEES
    28                 Indiana Horse Racing Commission Operating Fund (IC 4-31-10-2)
    29                     Total Operating Expense              52,110     52,110
    30                 Augmentation allowed.
    31             GAMING INTEGRITY FUND - IHRC
    32                 Gaming Integrity Fund - IHRC (IC 4-35-8.7-3)
    33                     Total Operating Expense              500,000     500,000
    34                 Augmentation allowed.
    35
    36         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE
    37                     Personal Services              3,927,361     3,926,359
    38                     Other Operating Expense              722,957     722,957
    39
    40         From the above appropriations for the department of local government finance, travel
    41         subsistence and mileage allowances may be paid for members of the local government
    42         tax control board created by IC 6-1.1-18.5-11 and the state school property tax control
    43         board created by IC 6-1.1-19-4.1, under state travel regulations.
    44
    45             DISTRESSED UNIT APPEAL BOARD
    46                     Total Operating Expense              20,600     20,600
    47
    48         FOR THE INDIANA BOARD OF TAX REVIEW
    49                     Personal Services              1,209,019     1,209,019
    1                     Other Operating Expense              63,510     63,510
    2                 
    3         F. ADMINISTRATION
    4
    5         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    6                     Personal Services              11,562,865     11,562,865
    7                     Other Operating Expense              14,718,815     14,718,815
    8
    9         FOR THE STATE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
    10                     Personal Services              3,405,686     3,405,686
    11                     Other Operating Expense              320,200     320,200
    12
    13         The department may establish an internal service fund to perform the functions of the
    14         department.
    15
    16         FOR THE STATE EMPLOYEES APPEALS COMMISSION
    17                     Personal Services              169,653     169,653
    18                     Other Operating Expense              10,086     10,086
    19
    20         FOR THE OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY
    21                 Pay Phone Fund (IC 5-22-23-7)
    22                     Total Operating Expense              1,900,000     1,900,000
    23                 Augmentation allowed.
    24
    25         The pay phone fund is established for the procurement of hardware, software, and
    26         related equipment and services needed to expand and enhance the state campus backbone
    27         and other central information technology initiatives. Such procurements may include,
    28         but are not limited to, wiring and rewiring of state offices, Internet services,
    29         video conferencing, telecommunications, application software, and related services.
    30         The fund consists of the net proceeds received from contracts with companies providing
    31         phone services at state institutions and other state properties. The fund shall
    32         be administered by the budget agency. Money in the fund may be spent by the office
    33         in compliance with a plan approved by the budget agency. Any money remaining in
    34         the fund at the end of any fiscal year does not revert to the general fund or any
    35         other fund but remains in the pay phone fund.
    36
    37         FOR THE COMMISSION ON PUBLIC RECORDS
    38                     Personal Services              1,325,220     1,325,220
    39                     Other Operating Expense              141,446     141,446
    40
    41         FOR THE OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC ACCESS COUNSELOR
    42                     Personal Services              153,041     153,041
    43                     Other Operating Expense              3,688     3,688
    44
    45         FOR THE OFFICE OF FEDERAL GRANTS AND PROCUREMENT
    46                     Total Operating Expense              95,039     95,039
    47
    48         G. OTHER
    49
    1         FOR THE COMMISSION ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS
    2                     Total Operating Expense              43,584     43,584
    3
    4         FOR THE OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL
    5                     Personal Services              1,212,488     1,212,488
    6                     Other Operating Expense              229,383     229,383
    7
    8             STATE ETHICS COMMISSION
    9                     Personal Services              2,668     2,668
    10                     Other Operating Expense              6,297     6,297
    11
    12         FOR THE SECRETARY OF STATE
    13             ELECTION DIVISION
    14                     Personal Services              701,510     701,510
    15                     Other Operating Expense              196,242     196,242
    16             VOTER LIST MAINTENANCE
    17                     Total Operating Expense              512,500     512,500
    18
    19         The above appropriation includes state HAVA matching funds.
    20
    21         H. COMMUNITY SERVICES
    22
    23         FOR THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF FAITH BASED & COMMUNITY INITIATIVES
    24                     Personal Services              240,327     240,327
    25                     Other Operating Expense              50,225     50,225
    26
    27     SECTION 4. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    28
    29         PUBLIC SAFETY
    30
    31         A. CORRECTION
    32
    33         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION
    34             CENTRAL OFFICE
    35                     Personal Services              9,376,633     9,376,633
    36                     Other Operating Expense              6,158,981     6,158,981
    37             ESCAPEE COUNSEL AND TRIAL EXPENSE
    38                     Other Operating Expense              198,000     198,000
    39             COUNTY JAIL MISDEMEANANT HOUSING
    40                     Total Operating Expense              4,281,101     4,281,101
    41             ADULT CONTRACT BEDS
    42                     Total Operating Expense              2,831,443     2,831,443
    43             STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING
    44                     Personal Services              1,084,457     1,084,457
    45                     Other Operating Expense              132,885     132,885
    46             PAROLE DIVISION
    47                     Personal Services              8,337,627     8,337,627
    48                     Other Operating Expense              905,405     905,405
    49             PAROLE BOARD
    1                     Personal Services              657,976     657,976
    2                     Other Operating Expense              23,741     23,741
    3             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
    4                     Personal Services              1,048,752     1,048,752
    5                     Other Operating Expense              432,534     432,534
    6             JUVENILE TRANSITION
    7                     Personal Services              662,692     662,692
    8                     Other Operating Expense              908,545     908,545
    9             COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS PROGRAMS
    10                     Total Operating Expense              34,018,114     34,018,114
    11
    12         The above appropriation for community corrections programs is not subject to transfer
    13         to any other fund or to transfer, assignment, or reassignment for any other use or
    14         purpose by the state board of finance notwithstanding IC 4-9.1-1-7 and IC 4-13-2-23
    15         or by the budget agency notwithstanding IC 4-12-1-12 or any other law.
    16
    17         Notwithstanding IC 4-13-2-19 and any other law, the above appropriation for community
    18         corrections programs does not revert to the general fund or another fund at the close
    19         of a state fiscal year but remains available in subsequent state fiscal years for
    20         the purposes of the appropriation.
    21
    22             DRUG PREVENTION AND OFFENDER TRANSITION
    23                     Total Operating Expense              206,824     206,824
    24
    25         The above appropriation shall be used for minimum security release programs, transition
    26         programs, mentoring programs, and supervision of and assistance to adult and juvenile
    27         offenders to promote the successful integration of the offender into the community.
    28
    29             CENTRAL EMERGENCY RESPONSE
    30                     Personal Services              1,159,005     1,159,005
    31                     Other Operating Expense              120,174     120,174
    32             MEDICAL SERVICES
    33                     Other Operating Expense              76,130,153     86,032,783
    34
    35         The above appropriations for medical services shall be used only for services that are determined
    36         to be medically necessary.
    37
    38             DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION
    39                 Drug Abuse Fund (IC 11-8-2-11)
    40                     Personal Services              740,000     740,000
    41                     Other Operating Expense              2,600     2,600
    42                 Augmentation allowed.
    43             COUNTY JAIL MAINTENANCE CONTINGENCY FUND
    44                     Other Operating Expense              20,000,000     20,000,000
    45
    46         Disbursements from the fund shall be made for the purpose of reimbursing sheriffs
    47         for the cost of incarcerating in county jails persons convicted of felonies to the
    48         extent that such persons are incarcerated for more than five (5) days after the day
    49         of sentencing, at the rate of $35 per day. In addition to the per diem, the state
    1         shall reimburse the sheriffs for expenses determined by the sheriff to be medically
    2         necessary medical care to the convicted persons. However, if the sheriff or county
    3         receives money with respect to a convicted person (from a source other than the county),
    4         the per diem or medical expense reimbursement with respect to the convicted person
    5         shall be reduced by the amount received. A sheriff shall not be required to comply
    6         with IC 35-38-3-4(a) or transport convicted persons within five (5) days after the
    7         day of sentencing if the department of correction does not have the capacity to receive
    8         the convicted person.
    9
    10                 Augmentation allowed.
    11
    12             FOOD SERVICES
    13                     Total Operating Expense              36,652,458     40,281,856
    14
    15         FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    16             MEDICAL SERVICE PAYMENTS
    17                     Total Operating Expense              25,000,000     25,000,000
    18
    19         These appropriations for medical service payments are made to pay for services determined
    20         to be medically necessary for committed individuals, patients and students of institutions
    21         under the jurisdiction of the department of correction, the state department of health,
    22         the division of mental health and addiction, the school for the blind and visually
    23         impaired, the school for the deaf, the division of disability and rehabilitative
    24         services, or the division of aging if the services are provided outside these institutions.
    25         These appropriations may not be used for payments for medical services that are covered
    26         by IC 12-16 unless these services have been approved under IC 12-16. These appropriations
    27         shall not be used for payment for medical services which are payable from an appropriation
    28         in this act for the state department of health, the division of mental health and
    29         addiction, the school for the blind and visually impaired, the school for the deaf,
    30         the division of disability and rehabilitative services, the division of aging, or
    31         the department of correction, or that are reimbursable from funds for medical assistance
    32         under IC 12-15. If these appropriations are insufficient to make these medical service
    33         payments, there is hereby appropriated such further sums as may be necessary.
    34
    35         Direct disbursements from the above contingency fund are not subject to the provisions
    36         of IC 4-13-2.
    37
    38         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    39             DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION OMBUDSMAN BUREAU
    40                     Personal Services              134,554     134,554
    41                     Other Operating Expense              7,328     7,328
    42
    43         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION
    44             INDIANA STATE PRISON
    45                     Personal Services              32,867,370     32,867,370
    46                     Other Operating Expense              6,751,252     6,751,252
    47             PENDLETON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    48                     Personal Services              27,299,395     27,299,395
    49                     Other Operating Expense              7,070,626     7,070,626
    1             CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIAL FACILITY
    2                     Personal Services              20,245,770     20,245,770
    3                     Other Operating Expense              997,243     997,243
    4             INDIANA WOMEN'S PRISON
    5                     Personal Services              8,612,523     8,612,523
    6                     Other Operating Expense              1,059,099     1,059,099
    7             PUTNAMVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    8                     Personal Services              30,333,741     30,333,741
    9                     Other Operating Expense              4,329,691     4,329,691
    10             WABASH VALLEY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    11                     Personal Services              35,452,554     35,452,554
    12                     Other Operating Expense              5,409,888     5,409,888
    13             PLAINFIELD EDUCATION RE-ENTRY FACILITY
    14                     Personal Services              7,055,354     7,055,354
    15                     Other Operating Expense              3,235,412     3,235,412
    16             INDIANAPOLIS JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    17                     Personal Services              10,906,670     10,906,670
    18                     Other Operating Expense              1,090,070     1,090,070
    19             BRANCHVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    20                     Personal Services              16,560,275     16,560,275
    21                     Other Operating Expense              2,361,080     2,361,080
    22             WESTVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    23                     Personal Services              42,786,893     42,786,893
    24                     Other Operating Expense              5,980,703     5,980,703
    25             ROCKVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY FOR WOMEN
    26                     Personal Services              14,998,655     14,998,655
    27                     Other Operating Expense              1,927,015     1,927,015
    28             PLAINFIELD CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    29                     Personal Services              22,950,007     22,950,007
    30                     Other Operating Expense              2,619,303     2,619,303
    31             RECEPTION AND DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
    32                     Personal Services              11,799,385     11,799,385
    33                     Other Operating Expense              695,865     695,865
    34             MIAMI CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    35                     Personal Services              28,891,409     28,891,409
    36                     Other Operating Expense              5,231,704     5,231,704
    37             NEW CASTLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    38                     Other Operating Expense              31,587,079     32,328,736
    39             SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT
    40                 General Fund
    41                     Total Operating Expense              5,029,318     5,029,318
    42                 Work Release - Study Release Special Revenue Fund (IC 11-10-8-6.5)
    43                     Total Operating Expense              1,328,704     1,328,704
    44                 Augmentation allowed from Work Release - Study Release Special Revenue Fund
    45                 and Social Services Block Grant.
    46             HENRYVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    47                     Personal Services              2,355,124     2,355,124
    48                     Other Operating Expense              271,599     271,599
    49             CHAIN O' LAKES CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    1                     Personal Services              1,743,782     1,743,782
    2                     Other Operating Expense              261,355     261,355
    3             MADISON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    4                     Personal Services              4,835,168     4,835,168
    5                     Other Operating Expense              962,558     962,558
    6             EDINBURGH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    7                     Personal Services              3,614,415     3,614,415
    8                     Other Operating Expense              388,295     388,295
    9             SOUTH BEND JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    10                     Personal Services              4,739,483     4,739,483
    11                     Other Operating Expense              2,826,481     2,826,481
    12             NORTH CENTRAL JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    13                     Personal Services              9,213,446     9,213,446
    14                     Other Operating Expense              1,243,603     1,243,603
    15             CAMP SUMMIT
    16                     Personal Services              2,258,110     2,258,110
    17                     Other Operating Expense              217,833     217,833
    18             PENDLETON JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    19                     Personal Services              15,807,771     15,807,771
    20                     Other Operating Expense              1,633,941     1,633,941
    21
    22         B. LAW ENFORCEMENT
    23
    24         FOR THE INDIANA STATE POLICE AND MOTOR CARRIER INSPECTION
    25                 From the General Fund
    26                         45,469,876     45,469,876
    27                 From the Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    28                         79,313,933     79,313,933
    29                 From the Motor Carrier Regulation Fund (IC 8-2.1-23)
    30                         4,391,978     4,391,978
    31                 Augmentation allowed from the general fund, the motor vehicle highway account,
    32                 and the motor carrier regulation fund.
    33
    34         The amounts specified from the General Fund, the Motor Vehicle Highway Account, and the
    35         Motor Carrier Regulation Fund are for the following purposes:
    36
    37                     Personal Services              115,028,075     115,028,075
    38                     Other Operating Expense              14,147,712     14,147,712
    39
    40         The above appropriations for personal services and other operating expense include
    41         funds to continue the state police minority recruiting program.
    42
    43         The foregoing appropriations for the Indiana state police and motor carrier inspection
    44         include funds for the police security detail to be provided to the Indiana state
    45         fair board. However, amounts actually expended to provide security for the Indiana state
    46         fair board as determined by the budget agency shall be reimbursed by the Indiana
    47         state fair board to the state general fund.
    48
    49             ODOMETER FRAUD INVESTIGATION
    1                 Motor Vehicle Odometer Fund (IC 9-29-1-5)
    2                     Total Operating Expense              25,000     25,000
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4
    5             STATE POLICE TRAINING
    6                 State Police Training Fund (IC 5-2-8-5)
    7                     Total Operating Expense              502,875     502,875
    8                 Augmentation allowed.
    9
    10             FORENSIC AND HEALTH SCIENCES LABORATORIES
    11                 From the General Fund
    12                         3,888,671     3,888,671
    13                 From the Motor Carrier Regulation Fund (IC 8-2.1-23)
    14                         375,611     375,611
    15                 From the Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    16                         6,783,078     6,783,078
    17                 Augmentation allowed from the general fund, the motor vehicle highway account,
    18                 and the motor carrier regulation fund.
    19
    20         The amounts specified from the General Fund, the Motor Vehicle Highway Account, and the
    21         Motor Carrier Regulation Fund are for the following purposes:
    22
    23                     Personal Services              10,572,562     10,572,562
    24                     Other Operating Expense              474,798     474,798
    25
    26             ENFORCEMENT AID
    27                 General Fund
    28                     Total Operating Expense              40,000     40,000
    29                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    30                     Total Operating Expense              40,000     40,000
    31
    32         The above appropriations for enforcement aid are to meet unforeseen emergencies
    33         of a confidential nature. They are to be expended under the direction of the superintendent
    34         and to be accounted for solely on the superintendent's authority.
    35
    36             PENSION FUND
    37                 General Fund
    38                     Total Operating Expense              4,736,247     4,736,247
    39                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    40                     Total Operating Expense              4,736,246     4,736,246
    41
    42         The above appropriations shall be paid into the state police pension fund provided
    43         for in IC 10-12-2 in twelve (12) equal installments on or before July 30 and on or
    44         before the 30th of each succeeding month thereafter.
    45
    46             BENEFIT FUND
    47                 General Fund
    48                     Total Operating Expense              1,713,151     1,713,151
    49                 Augmentation allowed.
    1                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    2                     Total Operating Expense              1,713,151     1,713,151
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4
    5         All benefits to members shall be paid by warrant drawn on the treasurer
    6         of state by the auditor of state on the basis of claims filed and approved by the
    7         trustees of the state police pension and benefit funds created by IC 10-12-2.
    8
    9             SUPPLEMENTAL PENSION
    10                 General Fund
    11                     Total Operating Expense              1,900,753     1,900,753
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    14                     Total Operating Expense              1,900,753     1,900,753
    15                 Augmentation allowed.
    16
    17         If the above appropriations for supplemental pension for any one (1) year are greater
    18         than the amount actually required under the provisions of IC 10-12-5, then the excess
    19         shall be returned proportionately to the funds from which the appropriations were
    20         made. If the amount actually required under IC 10-12-5 is greater than the above
    21         appropriations, then, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency, those
    22         sums may be augmented from the general fund and the motor vehicle highway account.
    23
    24             ACCIDENT REPORTING
    25                  Accident Report Account (IC 9-29-11-1)
    26                     Total Operating Expense              30,000     30,000
    27                 Augmentation allowed.
    28             DRUG INTERDICTION
    29                 Drug Interdiction Fund (IC 10-11-7)
    30                     Total Operating Expense              273,420     273,420
    31                 Augmentation allowed.
    32             DNA SAMPLE PROCESSING FUND
    33                 DNA Sample Processing Fund (IC 10-13-6-9.5)
    34                     Total Operating Expense              1,327,777     1,327,777
    35                 Augmentation allowed.
    36
    37         FOR THE INTEGRATED PUBLIC SAFETY COMMISSION
    38             PROJECT SAFE-T
    39                 Integrated Public Safety Communications Fund (IC 5-26-4-1)
    40                     Total Operating Expense              13,000,000     13,000,000
    41                 Augmentation allowed.
    42
    43         FOR THE ADJUTANT GENERAL
    44             CAMP ATTERBURY MUSCATATUCK CENTER FOR COMPLEX OPERATIONS
    45                     Personal Services              653,456     653,456
    46                     Other Operating Expense              362,134     362,134
    47             ADJUTANT GENERAL FEDERAL COOP AGREEMENT
    48                     Total Operating Expense              9,653,699     9,653,699
    49             BAER FIELD FEDERAL COOP AGREEMENT
    1                     Total Operating Expense              370,161     370,161
    2             HULMAN FIELD FEDERAL COOP AGREEMENT
    3                     Total Operating Expense              306,453     306,453
    4             DISABLED SOLDIERS' PENSION
    5                     Other Operating Expense              1     1
    6                 Augmentation allowed.
    7             MUTC - MUSCATATUCK URBAN TRAINING CENTER
    8                     Total Operating Expense              1,386,906     1,386,906
    9             HOOSIER YOUTH CHALLENGE ACADEMY
    10                     Total Operating Expense              1,148,948     1,800,000
    11             GOVERNOR'S CIVIL AND MILITARY CONTINGENCY FUND
    12                     Total Operating Expense                        288,672
    13
    14         The above appropriations for the governor's civil and military contingency fund are
    15         made under IC 10-16-11-1.
    16
    17         FOR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTITUTE
    18             ADMINISTRATIVE MATCH
    19                     Total Operating Expense              427,253     427,253
    20             DRUG ENFORCEMENT MATCH
    21                     Total Operating Expense              1,571,760     1,571,760
    22             VICTIM AND WITNESS ASSISTANCE FUND
    23                 Victim and Witness Assistance Fund (IC 5-2-6-14)
    24                     Total Operating Expense              629,689     629,689
    25                 Augmentation allowed.
    26             ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNTERMEASURES
    27                 Alcohol and Drug Countermeasures Fund (IC 9-27-2-11)
    28                     Total Operating Expense              348,211     348,211
    29                 Augmentation allowed.
    30             STATE DRUG FREE COMMUNITIES FUND
    31                 State Drug Free Communities Fund (IC 5-2-10-2)
    32                     Total Operating Expense              526,585     526,585
    33                 Augmentation allowed.
    34             INDIANA SAFE SCHOOLS
    35                 General Fund
    36                     Total Operating Expense              1,247,756     1,247,756
    37                 Indiana Safe Schools Fund (IC 5-2-10.1-2)
    38                     Total Operating Expense              764,397     764,397
    39                 Augmentation allowed from Indiana Safe Schools Fund.
    40
    41         Of the above appropriations for the Indiana safe schools program, $1,262,153 is appropriated
    42         annually to provide grants to school corporations for school safe haven programs,
    43         emergency preparedness programs, and school safety programs, and $750,000 is appropriated
    44         annually for use in providing training to school safety specialists.
    45
    46             CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM FUND
    47                     Total Operating Expense              100,000     100,000
    48             COMMUNITY DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOLS & INSTRUCTION
    49                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    1                     Total Operating Expense              63,359     63,359
    2                 Augmentation allowed.
    3             OFFICE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY
    4                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    5                     Personal Services              575,778     575,778
    6                     Other Operating Expense              13,211,355     13,211,355
    7                 Augmentation allowed.
    8
    9         The above appropriation for the office of traffic safety is from the motor vehicle
    10         highway account and may be used to fund traffic safety projects that are included
    11         in a current highway safety plan approved by the governor and the budget agency.
    12         The department shall apply to the national highway traffic safety administration
    13         for reimbursement of all eligible project costs. Any federal reimbursement received
    14         by the department for the highway safety plan shall be deposited into the motor vehicle
    15         highway account.
    16
    17             SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS' ASSISTANCE
    18                 Sexual Assault Victims' Assistance Account (IC 5-2-6-23(h))
    19                     Total Operating Expense              49,000     49,000
    20
    21         Augmentation allowed. The full amount of the above appropriations shall be distributed
    22         to rape crisis centers in Indiana without any deduction of personal services or other
    23         operating expenses of any state agency.
    24
    25             VICTIMS OF VIOLENT CRIME ADMINISTRATION
    26                  Violent Crime Victims Compensation Fund (IC 5-2-6.1-40)
    27                     Personal Services              112,122     112,122
    28                     Other Operating Expense              2,407,402     2,407,402
    29                 Augmentation allowed.
    30             DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT
    31                 General Fund
    32                     Total Operating Expense              1,734,014     1,734,014
    33                 Domestic Violence Prevention and Treatment Fund (IC 12-18-4)
    34                     Total Operating Expense              1,115,590     1,115,590
    35                 Augmentation allowed.
    36
    37         FOR THE CORONERS' TRAINING BOARD
    38                 Coroners' Training and Continuing Education Fund (IC 4-23-6.5-8)
    39                     Total Operating Expense              361,229     361,229
    40                 Augmentation allowed.
    41
    42         FOR THE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ACADEMY
    43                 From the General Fund
    44                         2,190,933     2,190,933
    45                  From the Law Enforcement Training Fund (IC 5-2-1-13(b))
    46                         2,220,048     2,220,048
    47                 Augmentation allowed from the Law Enforcement Training Fund.
    48
    49         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Law Enforcement Training Fund
    1         are for the following purposes:
    2
    3                     Personal Services              3,608,441     3,608,441
    4                     Other Operating Expense              802,540     802,540
    5
    6         C. REGULATORY AND LICENSING
    7
    8         FOR THE BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES
    9                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    10                     Personal Services              17,446,403     17,446,403
    11                     Other Operating Expense              13,493,000     13,493,000
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13             LICENSE PLATES
    14                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    15                     Total Operating Expense              5,600,000     5,600,000
    16                 Augmentation allowed.
    17             FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY COMPLIANCE VERIFICATION
    18                 Financial Responsibility Compliance Verification Fund (IC 9-25-9-7)
    19                     Total Operating Expense              6,571,932     6,571,932
    20                 Augmentation allowed.
    21             STATE MOTOR VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY
    22                 State Motor Vehicle Technology Fund (IC 9-29-16-1)
    23                     Total Operating Expense              5,261,692     5,261,692
    24                 Augmentation allowed.
    25
    26         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    27                     Personal Services              871,619     871,619
    28                     Other Operating Expense              141,615     141,615
    29             BUREAU OF MINES AND MINING
    30                     Personal Services              150,554     150,554
    31                     Other Operating Expense              20,104     20,104
    32             M.I.S. RESEARCH AND STATISTICS
    33                     Personal Services              207,354     207,354
    34                     Other Operating Expense              22,360     22,360
    35             OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
    36                     Personal Services              3,237,073     3,237,073
    37                     Other Operating Expense              568,548     568,548
    38
    39         The above funds are appropriated to occupational safety and health
    40         and management information services research and statistics to provide the total
    41         program cost of the Indiana occupational safety and health plan as approved by the
    42         United States Department of Labor. Inasmuch as the state is eligible to receive
    43         from the federal government partial reimbursement of the state's total Indiana occupational
    44         safety and health plan program cost, it is the intention of the general assembly
    45         that the department of labor make application to the federal government for the federal
    46         share of the total program cost.
    47
    48             EMPLOYMENT OF YOUTH
    49                 Employment of Youth Fund (IC 20-33-3-42)
    1                     Total Operating Expense              183,555     183,555
    2                 Augmentation allowed.
    3             INSAFE
    4                 Special Fund for Safety and Health Consultation Services (IC 22-8-1.1-48)
    5                     Personal Services              874,587     874,587
    6                     Other Operating Expense              217,752     217,752
    7                 Augmentation allowed.
    8
    9         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
    10                 Department of Insurance Fund (IC 27-1-3-28)
    11                     Personal Services              5,318,138     5,318,138
    12                     Other Operating Expense              1,195,519     1,195,519
    13                 Augmentation allowed.
    14             BAIL BOND DIVISION
    15                 Bail Bond Enforcement and Administration Fund (IC 27-10-5-1)
    16                     Personal Services              171,597     171,597
    17                     Other Operating Expense              8,832     8,832
    18                 Augmentation allowed.
    19             PATIENTS' COMPENSATION AUTHORITY
    20                 Patients' Compensation Fund (IC 34-18-6-1)
    21                     Personal Services              490,135     490,135
    22                     Other Operating Expense              1,346,870     1,346,870
    23                 Augmentation allowed.
    24             POLITICAL SUBDIVISION RISK MANAGEMENT
    25                 Political Subdivision Risk Management Fund (IC 27-1-29-10)
    26                     Personal Services              44,195     44,195
    27                     Other Operating Expense              782,960     782,960
    28                 Augmentation allowed.
    29             MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE
    30                 Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund (IC 27-7-9-7)
    31                     Personal Services              62,116     62,116
    32                     Other Operating Expense              827,283     827,283
    33                 Augmentation allowed.
    34             TITLE INSURANCE ENFORCEMENT OPERATING
    35                 Title Insurance Enforcement Fund (IC 27-7-3.6-1)
    36                     Personal Services              288,370     288,370
    37                     Other Operating Expense              80,921     80,921
    38                 Augmentation allowed.
    39
    40         FOR THE ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO COMMISSION
    41                 Enforcement and Administration Fund (IC 7.1-4-10-1)
    42                     Personal Services              8,612,469     8,612,469
    43                     Other Operating Expense              1,780,699     1,780,699
    44                 Augmentation allowed.
    45
    46             ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' TRAINING
    47                 Alcoholic Beverage Commission Enforcement Officers' Training Fund (IC 5-2-8-8)
    48                     Total Operating Expense              4,200     4,200
    49                 Augmentation allowed.
    1             YOUTH TOBACCO EDUCATION AND ENFORCEMENT
    2                 Youth Tobacco Education and Enforcement Fund (IC 7.1-6-2-6)
    3                     Total Operating Expense              25,000     25,000
    4                 Augmentation allowed.
    5
    6         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
    7                 Financial Institutions Fund (IC 28-11-2-9)
    8                     Personal Services              6,972,935     6,972,935
    9                     Other Operating Expense              1,518,119     1,518,119
    10                 Augmentation allowed.
    11
    12         FOR THE PROFESSIONAL LICENSING AGENCY
    13                     Personal Services              4,669,317     4,669,317
    14                     Other Operating Expense              867,325     867,325
    15             PRENEED CONSUMER PROTECTION
    16                 Preneed Consumer Protection Fund (IC 30-2-13-28)
    17                     Total Operating Expense              72,750     72,750
    18                 Augmentation allowed.
    19             BOARD OF FUNERAL AND CEMETERY SERVICE
    20                 Funeral Service Education Fund (IC 25-15-9-13)
    21                     Total Operating Expense              4,850     4,850
    22                 Augmentation allowed.
    23
    24         FOR THE CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION
    25                     Personal Services              1,916,298     1,916,298
    26                     Other Operating Expense              270,632     270,632
    27
    28         It is the intention of the general assembly that the civil rights commission shall
    29         apply to the federal government for funding based upon the processing of employment
    30         and housing discrimination complaints by the civil rights commission. Such federal
    31         funds received by the state shall be considered as a reimbursement of state expenditures
    32         and shall be deposited into the state general fund.
    33
    34             MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. HOLIDAY COMMISSION
    35                     Total Operating Expense              20,000     20,000
    36
    37         FOR THE UTILITY CONSUMER COUNSELOR
    38                 Public Utility Fund (IC 8-1-6-1)
    39                     Personal Services              4,485,790     4,485,790
    40                     Other Operating Expense              687,910     687,910
    41                 Augmentation allowed.
    42
    43             EXPERT WITNESS FEES AND AUDIT
    44                 Public Utility Fund (IC 8-1-6-1)
    45                      Total Operating Expense                        1,503,500
    46                  Augmentation allowed.
    47
    48         FOR THE UTILITY REGULATORY COMMISSION
    49                 Public Utility Fund (IC 8-1-6-1)
    1                     Personal Services              6,729,019     6,729,019
    2                     Other Operating Expense              1,917,752     1,917,752
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4
    5         FOR THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD
    6                 From the General Fund
    7                         1,918,782     1,918,782
    8                 From the Workers' Compensation Supplemental Administration Fund (IC 22-3-5-6)
    9                          145,007     145,007
    10                  Augmentation allowed.
    11
    12         The amounts specified from the general fund and the workers' compensation supplemental
    13         administrative fund are for the following purposes:
    14
    15                     Personal Services              1,927,761     1,927,761
    16                     Other Operating Expense              136,028     136,028
    17
    18         FOR THE STATE BOARD OF ANIMAL HEALTH
    19                     Personal Services              4,021,557     4,021,557
    20                     Other Operating Expense              865,228     865,228
    21             INDEMNITY FUND
    22                     Total Operating Expense                        9,700
    23                 Augmentation allowed.
    24             MEAT & POULTRY INSPECTION
    25                     Total Operating Expense              1,884,049     1,884,049
    26
    27         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
    28             FIRE AND BUILDING SERVICES
    29                 From the Fire and Building Services Fund (IC 22-12-6-1)
    30                         15,251,362     15,251,362
    31                 From the Medical Services Education Fund (IC 16-31-7-1)
    32                         23,437     23,437
    33                 Augmentation allowed from the fire and building services fund and medical services
    34                 education fund.
    35
    36         The amounts specified from the fire and building services fund and medical services
    37         education fund are for the following purposes:
    38
    39                     Personal Services              12,467,711     12,467,711
    40                     Other Operating Expense              2,807,088     2,807,088
    41
    42             REGIONAL PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING
    43                 Regional Public Safety Training Fund (IC 10-15-3-12)
    44                     Total Operating Expense              1,902,047     1,902,047
    45                 Augmentation allowed.
    46
    47             EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CONTINGENCY FUND
    48                     Total Operating Expense              121,645     121,645
    49
    1         The above appropriations for the emergency management contingency fund are made under
    2         IC 10-14-3-28.
    3
    4             PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
    5                     Total Operating Expense              1     1
    6             HOMELAND SECURITY FUND - FOUNDATION
    7                 Homeland Security Fund - Foundation (IC 10-15-3-1)
    8                     Total Operating Expense              224,423     224,423
    9                 Augmentation allowed.
    10             INDIANA EMERGENCY RESPONSE COMMISSION
    11                 Emergency Planning and Right to Know Fund (IC 6-6-10-5)
    12                     Total Operating Expense              40,962     40,962
    13                 Augmentation allowed.
    14             STATE DISASTER RELIEF FUND
    15                 State Disaster Relief Fund (IC 10-14-4-5)
    16                     Total Operating Expense              500,000     500,000
    17                 Augmentation allowed, not to exceed revenues collected from the public safety fee
    18                 imposed by IC 22-11-14-12.
    19
    20                 Augmentation allowed from the general fund to match federal disaster relief funds.
    21
    22             REDUCED IGNITION PROPENSITY STANDARDS FOR CIGARETTES FUND
    23                 Reduced Ignition Propensity Standards for Cigarettes Fund (IC 22-14-7-22(a))
    24                     Total Operating Expense              80,000     80,000
    25                 Augmentation allowed.
    26             INDIANA INTELLIGENCE FUSION CENTER
    27                     Total Operating Expense              969,252     969,252
    28             STATEWIDE FIRE AND BUILDING SAFETY EDUCATION FUND
    29                 Statewide Fire and Building Safety Education Fund (IC 22-12-6-3)
    30                     Total Operating Expense              117,162     117,162
    31                 Augmentation allowed.
    32
    33     SECTION 5. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    34
    35         CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT
    36
    37         A. NATURAL RESOURCES
    38
    39         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - ADMINISTRATION
    40                     Personal Services              8,179,372     8,179,372
    41                     Other Operating Expense              1,358,733     1,358,733
    42             ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT PATHOLOGY DIVISION
    43                     Personal Services              588,850     588,850
    44                     Other Operating Expense              151,997     151,997
    45             ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT PATHOLOGY FUND
    46                 Entomology and Plant Pathology Fund (IC 14-24-10-3)
    47                     Total Operating Expense                        662,868
    48                 Augmentation allowed.
    49             ENGINEERING DIVISION
    1                     Personal Services              1,728,557     1,728,557
    2                     Other Operating Expense              99,232     99,232
    3             STATE MUSEUM
    4                     Personal Services              5,020,180     5,020,180
    5                     Other Operating Expense              1,251,406     1,251,406
    6             HISTORIC PRESERVATION DIVISION
    7                     Personal Services              755,246     755,246
    8                     Other Operating Expense              70,346     70,346
    9             HISTORIC PRESERVATION - FEDERAL
    10                     Total Operating Expense              32,559     32,559
    11             STATE HISTORIC SITES
    12                     Personal Services              2,400,530     2,400,530
    13                     Other Operating Expense              499,789     499,789
    14
    15         From the above appropriations, $75,000 in each state fiscal year shall be used for
    16         the Grissom Museum.
    17
    18             LINCOLN PRODUCTION
    19                     Total Operating Expense              440,000     440,000
    20             INDIANA FLOOD CONTROL SUMMIT
    21                     Total Operating Expense              5,000     0
    22
    23         The department of natural resources shall schedule, organize, and conduct an Indiana
    24         flood control summit for one (1) or more days in Indiana before November 1, 2009.
    25
    26             WABASH RIVER HERITAGE CORRIDOR
    27                     Total Operating Expense              80,246     80,246
    28             OUTDOOR RECREATION DIVISION
    29                     Personal Services              615,004     615,004
    30                     Other Operating Expense              41,931     41,931
    31             NATURE PRESERVES DIVISION
    32                     Personal Services              923,068     923,068
    33                     Other Operating Expense              46,569     46,569
    34             WATER DIVISION
    35                     Personal Services              4,417,754     4,417,754
    36                     Other Operating Expense              405,079     405,079
    37
    38         All revenues accruing from state and local units of government and from private utilities
    39         and industrial concerns as a result of water resources study projects, and as a result
    40         of topographic and other mapping projects, shall be deposited into the state general
    41         fund, and such receipts are hereby appropriated, in addition to the foregoing amounts,
    42         for water resources studies.
    43
    44             DEER RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT
    45                 Deer Research and Management Fund (IC 14-22-5-2)
    46                     Total Operating Expense              189,160     189,160
    47                 Augmentation allowed.
    48             OIL AND GAS DIVISION
    49                 Oil and Gas Fund (IC 6-8-1-27)
    1                     Personal Services              1,300,410     1,300,410
    2                     Other Operating Expense              322,789     322,789
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4
    5             STATE PARKS AND RESERVOIRS
    6                 From the General Fund
    7                         11,343,213     11,343,213
    8                 From the State Parks and Reservoirs Special Revenue Fund (IC 14-19-8-2)
    9                         20,644,742     20,644,742
    10                 Augmentation allowed from the State Parks and Reservoirs Special Revenue Fund.
    11
    12         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the State Parks and Reservoirs
    13         Special Revenue Fund are for the following purposes:
    14
    15                     Personal Services              23,781,129     23,781,129
    16                     Other Operating Expense              8,206,826     8,206,826
    17
    18             OFF-ROAD VEHICLE AND SNOWMOBILE FUND
    19                 Off-Road Vehicle and Snowmobile Fund (IC 14-16-1-30)
    20                     Total Operating Expense              291,001     291,001
    21                 Augmentation allowed.
    22             LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION
    23                 From the General Fund
    24                         9,936,748     9,936,748
    25                 From the Fish and Wildlife Fund (IC 14-22-3-2)
    26                         13,381,894     13,381,894
    27                 Augmentation allowed from the Fish and Wildlife Fund.
    28
    29         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Fish and Wildlife Fund are for
    30         the following purposes:
    31
    32                     Personal Services              19,396,301     19,396,301
    33                     Other Operating Expense              3,922,341     3,922,341
    34
    35             FISH AND WILDLIFE DIVISION
    36                 Fish and Wildlife Fund (IC 14-22-3-2)
    37                     Personal Services              13,124,471     13,124,471
    38                     Other Operating Expense              4,377,957     4,377,957
    39                 Augmentation allowed.
    40             FORESTRY DIVISION
    41                 From the General Fund
    42                         4,494,586     4,494,586
    43                 From the State Forestry Fund (IC 14-23-3-2)
    44                         7,492,186     7,492,186
    45                 Augmentation allowed from the State Forestry Fund.
    46
    47         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the State Forestry Fund are
    48         for the following purposes:
    49
    1                     Personal Services              7,796,996     7,796,996
    2                     Other Operating Expense              4,189,776     4,189,776
    3
    4             RECLAMATION DIVISION
    5                 Natural Resources Reclamation Division Fund (IC 14-34-14-2)
    6                     Personal Services              1,496,777     1,496,777
    7                     Other Operating Expense              393,565     393,565
    8                 Augmentation allowed.
    9
    10         In addition to any of the foregoing appropriations for the department of natural
    11         resources, any federal funds received by the state of Indiana for support of approved
    12         outdoor recreation projects for planning, acquisition, and development under the
    13         provisions of the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund Act, P.L.88-578, are appropriated
    14         for the uses and purposes for which the funds were paid to the state, and shall be
    15         distributed by the department of natural resources to state agencies and other governmental
    16         units in accordance with the provisions under which the funds were received.
    17
    18             LAKE MICHIGAN COASTAL PROGRAM
    19                 Cigarette Tax Fund (IC 6-7-1-29.1)
    20                     Total Operating Expense              142,283     142,283
    21                 Augmentation allowed.
    22             LAKE AND RIVER ENHANCEMENT
    23                 Lake and River Enhancement Fund (IC 6-6-11-12.5)
    24                     Total Operating Expense                        4,603,882
    25                 Augmentation allowed.
    26             CONSERVATION OFFICERS' MARINE ENFORCEMENT FUND
    27                 Lake and River Enhancement Fund (IC 6-6-11-12.5)
    28                     Total Operating Expense              795,400     795,400
    29                 Augmentation allowed.
    30             HERITAGE TRUST
    31                     Total Operating Expense              1,000,000     1,000,000
    32
    33         B. OTHER NATURAL RESOURCES
    34
    35         FOR THE WORLD WAR MEMORIAL COMMISSION
    36                     Personal Services              735,437     735,437
    37                     Other Operating Expense              302,381     302,381
    38
    39         All revenues received as rent for space in the buildings located at 777 North Meridian
    40         Street and 700 North Pennsylvania Street, in the city of Indianapolis, that exceed
    41         the costs of operation and maintenance of the space rented, shall be paid into the
    42         general fund. The American Legion shall provide for the complete maintenance of
    43         the interior of these buildings.
    44
    45         FOR THE WHITE RIVER PARK COMMISSION
    46                     Total Operating Expense              998,999     998,999
    47
    48         FOR THE MAUMEE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
    49                     Total Operating Expense              67,658     67,658
    1
    2         FOR THE ST. JOSEPH RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
    3                     Total Operating Expense              58,751     58,751
    4
    5         FOR THE KANKAKEE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
    6                     Total Operating Expense              67,658     67,658
    7
    8         C. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    9
    10         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    11             ADMINISTRATION
    12                 From the General Fund
    13                         3,363,457     3,363,457
    14                 From the State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    15                         66,480     66,480
    16                 From the Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    17                         57,475     57,475
    18                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    19                         101,519     101,519
    20                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    21                         639,953     639,953
    22                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    23                         608,752     608,752
    24                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    25                         88,128     88,128
    26                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    27                         179,093     179,093
    28                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    29                         23,089     23,089
    30                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    31                         51,616     51,616
    32                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund (IC 13-23-7-1)
    33                         1,761,099     1,761,099
    34                 Augmentation allowed from the State Solid Waste Management Fund, Indiana
    35                 Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title
    36                 V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    37                 Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous
    38                 Substances Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum
    39                 Storage Tank Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess
    40                 Liability Trust Fund.
    41
    42         The amounts specified from the General Fund, State Solid Waste Management Fund,
    43         Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund,
    44         Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    45         Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    46         Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum Storage Tank
    47         Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund
    48         are for the following purposes:
    49
    1                      Personal Services              5,241,508     5,241,508
    2                      Other Operating Expense              1,699,153     1,699,153
    3
    4             LABORATORY CONTRACTS
    5                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    6                     Total Operating Expense              461,424     461,424
    7                 Augmentation allowed.
    8                 Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    9                     Total Operating Expense              200,747     200,747
    10                 Augmentation allowed.
    11
    12             OWQ LABORATORY CONTRACTS
    13                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    14                     Total Operating Expense              340,470     340,470
    15                 Augmentation allowed.
    16                 Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    17                     Total Operating Expense              794,430     794,430
    18                 Augmentation allowed.
    19
    20             NORTHWEST REGIONAL OFFICE
    21                 From the General Fund
    22                         308,229     308,229
    23                 From the State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    24                         6,760     6,760
    25                 From the Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    26                         5,844     5,844
    27                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    28                         12,094     12,094
    29                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    30                         143,845     143,845
    31                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    32                         69,339     69,339
    33                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    34                         10,760     10,760
    35                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    36                         23,294     23,294
    37                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    38                         5,190     5,190
    39                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    40                         7,396     7,396
    41                 Augmentation allowed from the State Solid Waste Management Fund, Indiana
    42                 Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title
    43                 V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    44                 Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    45                 Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage
    46                 Tank Trust Fund.
    47
    48         The amounts specified from the General Fund, State Solid Waste Management
    49         Fund, Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management
    1         Fund, Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management
    2         Permit Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous
    3         Substances Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground
    4         Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund are for the following purposes:
    5
    6                     Personal Services              255,609     255,609
    7                     Other Operating Expense              337,142     337,142
    8
    9             NORTHERN REGIONAL OFFICE
    10                 From the General Fund
    11                         190,702     190,702
    12                 From the State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    13                         8,067     8,067
    14                 From the Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    15                         6,972     6,972
    16                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    17                         12,143     12,143
    18                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    19                         118,951     118,951
    20                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    21                         74,143     74,143
    22                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    23                         11,395     11,395
    24                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    25                         21,336     21,336
    26                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    27                         4,290     4,290
    28                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    29                         6,050     6,050
    30                 Augmentation allowed from the State Solid Waste Management Fund, Indiana
    31                 Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title
    32                 V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    33                 Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    34                 Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage
    35                 Tank Trust Fund.
    36
    37         The amounts specified from the General Fund, State Solid Waste Management Fund,
    38         Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund,
    39         Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    40         Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    41         Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage
    42         Tank Trust Fund are for the following purposes:
    43
    44                     Personal Services              204,566     204,566
    45                     Other Operating Expense              249,483     249,483
    46
    47             SOUTHWEST REGIONAL OFFICE
    48                 From the General Fund
    49                         152,909     152,909
    1                 From the State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    2                         16,615     16,615
    3                 From the Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    4                         14,363     14,363
    5                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    6                         20,150     20,150
    7                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    8                         69,085     69,085
    9                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    10                         65,400     65,400
    11                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    12                         11,913     11,913
    13                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    14                         22,794     22,794
    15                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    16                         2,490     2,490
    17                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    18                         6,564     6,564
    19                 Augmentation allowed from the State Solid Waste Management Fund, Indiana
    20                 Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title
    21                 V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    22                 Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    23                 Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage
    24                 Tank Trust Fund.
    25
    26         The amounts specified from the General Fund, State Solid Waste Management Fund,
    27         Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund,
    28         Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    29         Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    30         Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage
    31         Tank Trust Fund are for the following purposes:
    32
    33                     Personal Services              200,171     200,171
    34                     Other Operating Expense              182,112     182,112
    35
    36             LEGAL AFFAIRS
    37                 From the General Fund
    38                         493,113     493,113
    39                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    40                         8,168     8,168
    41                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    42                         217,015     217,015
    43                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    44                         159,037     159,037
    45                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    46                         19,518     19,518
    47                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    48                         36,872     36,872
    49                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    1                         7,829     7,829
    2                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    3                         9,907     9,907
    4                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund (IC 13-23-7-1)
    5                         337,980     337,980
    6                 Augmentation allowed from the Waste Tire Management Fund, Title V Operating
    7                 Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund,
    8                 Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances Response Trust
    9                 Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund,
    10                 and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund.
    11
    12         The amounts specified from the General Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title V
    13         Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit Operation
    14         Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances Response Trust
    15         Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund, and
    16         Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund are for the
    17         following purposes:
    18
    19                     Personal Services              1,173,821     1,173,821
    20                     Other Operating Expense              115,618     115,618
    21
    22             ENFORCEMENT
    23                 From the General Fund
    24                         199,909     199,909
    25                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    26                         14,231     14,231
    27                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    28                         55,898     55,898
    29                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    30                         15,847     15,847
    31                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    32                         51,200     51,200
    33                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    34                         2,016     2,016
    35                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    36                         17,255     17,255
    37                 Augmentation allowed from the Waste Tire Management Fund, Title V Operating
    38                 Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous
    39                 Substances Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum
    40                 Storage Tank Trust Fund.
    41
    42         The amounts specified from the General Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title V
    43         Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund,
    44         Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground
    45         Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund are for the following purposes:
    46
    47                     Personal Services              289,276     289,276
    48                     Other Operating Expense              67,080     67,080
    49
    1             INVESTIGATIONS
    2                 From the General Fund
    3                         173,097     173,097
    4                 From the State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    5                         6,622     6,622
    6                 From the Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    7                         5,725     5,725
    8                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    9                         15,565     15,565
    10                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    11                         57,883     57,883
    12                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    13                         83,397     83,397
    14                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    15                         10,405     10,405
    16                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    17                         33,468     33,468
    18                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    19                         2,088     2,088
    20                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    21                         11,753     11,753
    22                 Augmentation allowed from the State Solid Waste Management Fund, Indiana
    23                 Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title V
    24                 Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit Operation
    25                 Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances Response Trust
    26                 Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund.
    27
    28         The amounts specified from the General Fund, State Solid Waste Management Fund,
    29         Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund,
    30         Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    31         Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    32         Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank
    33         Trust Fund are for the following purposes:
    34
    35                     Personal Services              330,556     330,556
    36                     Other Operating Expense              69,447     69,447
    37
    38             MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS
    39                 From the General Fund
    40                         417,794     417,794
    41                 From the State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    42                         8,437     8,437
    43                 From the Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    44                         7,294     7,294
    45                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    46                         12,595     12,595
    47                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    48                         73,727     73,727
    49                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    1                         64,768     64,768
    2                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    3                         9,757     9,757
    4                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    5                         20,693     20,693
    6                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    7                         2,657     2,657
    8                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    9                         6,208     6,208
    10                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund (IC 13-23-7-1)
    11                         211,660     211,660
    12                 Augmentation allowed from the State Solid Waste Management Fund, Indiana
    13                 Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title V
    14                 Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit Operation
    15                 Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances Response
    16                 Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust
    17                 Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund.
    18
    19         The amounts specified from the General Fund, State Solid Waste Management Fund,
    20         Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund,
    21         Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    22         Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    23         Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum Storage Tank
    24         Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund,
    25         are for the following purposes:
    26
    27                     Personal Services              780,640     780,640
    28                     Other Operating Expense              54,950     54,950
    29
    30             COMMUNITY RELATIONS
    31                 From the General Fund
    32                         480,081     480,081
    33                 From the State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    34                         13,954     13,954
    35                 From the Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    36                         12,061     12,061
    37                 From the Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    38                         20,830     20,830
    39                 From the Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    40                         121,916     121,916
    41                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    42                         107,104     107,104
    43                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    44                         16,124     16,124
    45                 From the Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    46                         34,215     34,215
    47                 From the Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    48                         4,398     4,398
    49                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    1                         10,260     10,260
    2                 From the Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund (IC 13-23-7-1)
    3                         349,996     349,996
    4                 Augmentation allowed from the State Solid Waste Management Fund, Indiana
    5                 Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund, Title V
    6                 Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit Operation
    7                 Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances Response
    8                 Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust
    9                 Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund.
    10
    11         The amounts specified from the General Fund, State Solid Waste Management Fund,
    12         Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund, Waste Tire Management Fund,
    13         Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund, Environmental Management Permit
    14         Operation Fund, Environmental Management Special Fund, Hazardous Substances
    15         Response Trust Fund, Asbestos Trust Fund, Underground Petroleum Storage Tank
    16         Trust Fund, and Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund
    17         are for the following purposes:
    18
    19                     Personal Services              1,080,148     1,080,148
    20                     Other Operating Expense              90,791     90,791
    21
    22             OHIO RIVER VALLEY WATER SANITATION COMMISSION
    23                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    24                     Total Operating Expense              270,242     270,242
    25                  Augmentation allowed.
    26             OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE
    27                     Personal Services              3,000,468     3,000,468
    28                     Other Operating Expense              319,013     319,013
    29             POLLUTION PREVENTION AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
    30                     Personal Services              1,456,036     1,456,036
    31                     Other Operating Expense              437,489     437,489
    32             PCB INSPECTIONS
    33                 Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    34                     Total Operating Expense              30,562     30,562
    35                 Augmentation allowed.
    36             U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CONTRACTS
    37                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    38                     Total Operating Expense              64,398     64,398
    39                 Augmentation allowed.
    40             STATE SOLID WASTE GRANTS MANAGEMENT
    41                 State Solid Waste Management Fund (IC 13-20-22-2)
    42                     Personal Services              391,814     391,814
    43                     Other Operating Expense              337,443     337,443
    44                 Augmentation allowed.
    45             RECYCLING OPERATING
    46                 Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    47                     Personal Services              325,931     325,931
    48                     Other Operating Expense              312,525     312,525
    49                 Augmentation allowed.
    1             RECYCLING PROMOTION AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
    2                 Indiana Recycling Promotion and Assistance Fund (IC 4-23-5.5-14)
    3                     Total Operating Expense              770,000     770,000
    4                 Augmentation allowed.
    5             VOLUNTARY CLEAN-UP PROGRAM
    6                 Voluntary Remediation Fund (IC 13-25-5-21)
    7                     Personal Services              739,322     739,322
    8                     Other Operating Expense              179,935     179,935
    9                 Augmentation allowed.
    10             TITLE V AIR PERMIT PROGRAM
    11                 Title V Operating Permit Program Trust Fund (IC 13-17-8-1)
    12                     Personal Services              12,041,882     12,041,882
    13                     Other Operating Expense              2,798,196     2,798,196
    14                 Augmentation allowed.
    15             WATER MANAGEMENT PERMITTING
    16                 From the General Fund
    17                         1,923,612     1,923,612
    18                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    19                         4,867,843     4,867,843
    20                 Augmentation allowed from the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund.
    21
    22         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Environmental Management Permit
    23         Operation Fund are for the following purposes:
    24
    25                     Personal Services              6,136,065     6,136,065
    26                     Other Operating Expense              655,390     655,390
    27
    28             SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PERMITTING
    29                 From the General Fund
    30                         2,221,388     2,221,388
    31                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    32                         3,409,461     3,409,461
    33                 Augmentation allowed from the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund.
    34
    35         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Environmental Management Permit
    36         Operation Fund are for the following purposes:
    37
    38                     Personal Services              5,310,601     5,310,601
    39                     Other Operating Expense              320,248     320,248
    40
    41             CFO/CAFO INSPECTIONS
    42                     Total Operating Expense              450,000     450,000
    43
    44             HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT PERMITTING
    45                 From the General Fund
    46                         2,319,283     2,319,283
    47                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    48                         2,762,897     2,762,897
    49                 Augmentation allowed from the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund.
    1
    2         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Environmental Management Permit
    3         Operation Fund are for the following purposes:
    4
    5                     Personal Services              4,156,730     4,156,730
    6                     Other Operating Expense              925,450     925,450
    7
    8             SAFE DRINKING WATER PROGRAM
    9                 From the General Fund
    10                         371,290     371,290
    11                 From the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund (IC 13-15-11-1)
    12                         2,421,272     2,421,272
    13                 Augmentation allowed from the Environmental Management Permit Operation Fund.
    14
    15         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Environmental Management Permit
    16         Operation Fund are for the following purposes:
    17
    18                     Personal Services              2,301,996     2,301,996
    19                     Other Operating Expense              490,566     490,566
    20
    21             CLEAN VESSEL PUMPOUT
    22                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    23                     Total Operating Expense              77,588     77,588
    24                 Augmentation allowed.
    25             GROUNDWATER PROGRAM
    26                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    27                     Total Operating Expense              122,150     122,150
    28                 Augmentation allowed.
    29             UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM
    30                 Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    31                     Total Operating Expense              656,973     656,973
    32                 Augmentation allowed.
    33                 Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund (IC 13-23-7-1)
    34                     Total Operating Expense              282,669     282,669
    35                 Augmentation allowed.
    36             AIR MANAGEMENT OPERATING
    37                 From the General Fund
    38                         620,477     620,477
    39                 From the Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    40                         248,424     248,424
    41                 Augmentation allowed from the Environmental Management Special Fund.
    42
    43         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Environmental Management Special
    44         Fund are for the following purposes:
    45
    46                     Personal Services              518,018     518,018
    47                     Other Operating Expense              350,883     350,883
    48
    49             WATER MANAGEMENT NONPERMITTING
    1                     Personal Services              3,291,009     3,291,009
    2                     Other Operating Expense              719,538     719,538
    3             GREAT LAKES INITIATIVE
    4                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    5                     Total Operating Expense              57,207     57,207
    6                 Augmentation allowed.
    7             OUTREACH OPERATOR TRAINING
    8                 General Fund
    9                     Total Operating Expense              2,963     2,963
    10                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    11                     Total Operating Expense              5,924     5,924
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13             LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS
    14                 Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    15                     Personal Services              161,311     161,311
    16                     Other Operating Expense              31,718     31,718
    17                 Augmentation allowed.
    18             CORE SUPERFUND
    19                 Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    20                     Total Operating Expense              12,967     12,967
    21                 Augmentation allowed.
    22             AUTO EMISSIONS TESTING PROGRAM
    23                     Personal Services              86,983     86,983
    24                     Other Operating Expense              5,672,829     5,672,829
    25
    26         The above appropriations for auto emissions testing are the maximum amounts available
    27         for this purpose. If it becomes necessary to conduct additional tests in other locations, the
    28         above appropriations shall be prorated among all locations.
    29
    30             HAZARDOUS WASTE SITE - STATE CLEAN-UP
    31                 Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    32                     Personal Services              1,425,495     1,425,495
    33                     Other Operating Expense              515,152     515,152
    34                 Augmentation allowed.
    35             HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES - NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGES
    36                 Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    37                     Personal Services              141,408     141,408
    38                      Other Operating Expense              289,544     289,544
    39                 Augmentation allowed.
    40             SUPERFUND MATCH
    41                 Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    42                     Total Operating Expense              511,675     511,675
    43                 Augmentation allowed.
    44             HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
    45                 Hazardous Substances Response Trust Fund (IC 13-25-4-1)
    46                     Other Operating Expense              278,293     278,293
    47                 Augmentation allowed.
    48             ASBESTOS TRUST - OPERATING
    49                 Asbestos Trust Fund (IC 13-17-6-3)
    1                     Personal Services              415,391     415,391
    2                     Other Operating Expense              132,292     132,292
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4             UNDERGROUND PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK - OPERATING
    5                 Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Excess Liability Trust Fund (IC 13-23-7-1)
    6                     Personal Services              874,215     874,215
    7                     Other Operating Expense              42,446,857     42,446,857
    8                 Augmentation allowed.
    9             WASTE TIRE MANAGEMENT
    10                 Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    11                     Total Operating Expense              563,887     563,887
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13             WASTE TIRE RE-USE
    14                 Waste Tire Management Fund (IC 13-20-13-8)
    15                     Total Operating Expense              907,796     907,796
    16                 Augmentation allowed.
    17             VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE
    18                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    19                     Personal Services              293,070     293,070
    20                     Other Operating Expense              170,394     170,394
    21                 Augmentation allowed.
    22             ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SPECIAL FUND - OPERATING
    23                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    24                     Total Operating Expense              961,315     961,315
    25                 Augmentation allowed.
    26             SMALL TOWN COMPLIANCE
    27                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    28                     Total Operating Expense              58,200     58,200
    29                 Augmentation allowed.
    30             WETLANDS PROTECTION
    31                 Environmental Management Special Fund (IC 13-14-12-1)
    32                     Total Operating Expense              22,148     22,148
    33                 Augmentation allowed.
    34             PETROLEUM TRUST - OPERATING
    35                 Underground Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Fund (IC 13-23-6-1)
    36                     Personal Services              121,790     121,790
    37                     Other Operating Expense              350,689     350,689
    38                 Augmentation allowed.
    39
    40         Notwithstanding any other law, with the approval of the governor and the budget agency,
    41         the above appropriations for hazardous waste management permitting, wetlands
    42         protection, groundwater program, underground storage tank program, air management
    43         operating, asbestos trust operating, water management nonpermitting, safe drinking water
    44         program, and any other appropriation eligible to be included in a performance
    45         partnership grant may be used to fund activities incorporated into a performance
    46         partnership grant between the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the
    47         department of environmental management.
    48
    49         FOR THE OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ADJUDICATION
    1                     Personal Services              308,690     308,690
    2                     Other Operating Expense              59,560     59,560
    3
    4     SECTION 6. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    5
    6         ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    7
    8         A. AGRICULTURE
    9
    10         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
    11                     Personal Services              1,930,284     1,930,284
    12                     Other Operating Expense              456,387     456,387
    13
    14             DISTRIBUTIONS TO FOOD BANKS
    15                     Total Operating Expense              300,000     300,000
    16             CLEAN WATER INDIANA
    17                     Total Operating Expense              500,000     500,000
    18                 Cigarette Tax Fund (IC 6-7-1-29.1)
    19                     Total Operating Expense              3,666,425     3,666,425
    20                 Augmentation allowed.
    21             SOIL CONSERVATION DIVISION
    22                 Cigarette Tax Fund (IC 6-7-1-29.1)
    23                     Total Operating Expense              1,862,216     1,862,216
    24                 Augmentation allowed.
    25             GRAIN BUYERS AND WAREHOUSE LICENSING
    26                 Grain Buyers and Warehouse Licensing Agency License Fee Fund (IC 26-3-7-6.3)
    27                     Total Operating Expense              165,050     165,050
    28                 Augmentation allowed.
    29
    30         B. COMMERCE
    31
    32         FOR THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
    33             RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND
    34                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    35                     Total Operating Expense              1,497,688     1,497,688
    36             OFFICE OF TOURISM
    37                     Total Operating Expense              3,906,684     3,906,684
    38
    39         Of the above appropriations, the office of tourism shall distribute $500,000 each
    40         year to the Indiana Sports Corporation to promote the hosting of amateur sporting
    41         events in Indiana cities. Funds may be released after review by the budget committee.
    42         The above appropriations include $1,000,000 for grants for local convention and visitors
    43         bureaus and other local organizations that exist to promote tourism. The office of
    44         tourism shall develop standards for application for grants and award of grants, including
    45         a local match requirement. The maximum amount of a grant is $50,000. Funds may be
    46         released only after review by the budget committee.
    47
    48             STATE ENERGY PROGRAM
    49                     Total Operating Expense              237,963     237,963
    1             FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
    2                     Total Operating Expense              131,261     131,261
    3
    4         FOR THE INDIANA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
    5             ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
    6                 General Fund
    7                     Total Operating Expense              6,423,392     6,423,392
    8                 Training 2000 Fund (IC 5-28-7-5)
    9                     Total Operating Expense              185,630     185,630
    10                 Industrial Development Grant Fund (IC 5-28-25-4)
    11                     Total Operating Expense              52,139     52,139
    12             21ST CENTURY RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY FUND
    13                     Total Operating Expense              24,875,000     24,875,000
    14             INTERNATIONAL TRADE
    15                     Total Operating Expense              1,297,049     1,297,049
    16             ENTERPRISE ZONE PROGRAM
    17                 Enterprise Zone Fund (IC 5-28-15-6)
    18                     Total Operating Expense              215,536     215,536
    19                 Augmentation allowed.
    20             LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION/
    21             REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION
    22             (LEDO/REDO) MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM
    23                     Total Operating Expense                        1,713,990
    24             TRAINING 2000
    25                 General Fund
    26                     Total Operating Expense                        19,401,660
    27                 Training 2000 Fund (IC 5-28-7-5)
    28                     Total Operating Expense                        3,858,206
    29                 Augmentation allowed.
    30             BUSINESS PROMOTION PROGRAM
    31                     Total Operating Expense                        2,049,126
    32             TRADE PROMOTION PROGRAM
    33                     Total Operating Expense              167,791     167,791
    34             BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT LOAN PROGRAM
    35                     Total Operating Expense              838,953     838,953
    36             AG LOAN AND RURAL DEVELOP GUARANTEE FUND
    37                 Economic Development Fund (IC 5-28-8-5)
    38                     Total Operating Expense              200,000     200,000
    39                 Augmentation allowed.
    40             ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GRANT AND LOAN PROGRAM
    41                 General Fund
    42                     Total Operating Expense                        1,006,744
    43                 Economic Development Fund (IC 5-28-8-5)
    44                     Total Operating Expense                        448,256
    45                 Augmentation allowed.
    46             INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM
    47                 General Fund
    48                     Total Operating Expense                        6,500,000
    49                 Industrial Development Grant Fund (IC 5-28-25-4)
    1                     Total Operating Expense                        4,500,000
    2                 Augmentation allowed.
    3             TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT GRANT PROGRAM
    4                     Total Operating Expense              1,894,410     1,894,410
    5
    6         FOR THE INDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY (IFA)
    7             ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION REVOLVING LOAN PROGRAM
    8                     Total Operating Expense              500,000     500,000
    9
    10         FOR THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
    11             INDIANA INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNTS
    12                     Total Operating Expense              1,000,000     1,000,000
    13
    14         The housing and community development authority shall collect and report to the family
    15         and social services administration (FSSA) all data required for FSSA to meet the
    16         data collection and reporting requirements in 45 CFR Part 265.
    17
    18         Family and social services administration, division of family resources shall apply
    19         all qualifying expenditures for individual development accounts deposits toward Indiana's
    20         maintenance of effort under the federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
    21         (TANF) program (45 CFR 260 et seq.).
    22
    23             MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE COUNSELING
    24                 Home Ownership Education Fund (IC 5-20-1-27)
    25                     Total Operating Expense              2,700,000     2,700,000
    26                 Augmentation Allowed.
    27
    28         FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    29             MIDWEST INSTITUTE FOR NANOELECTRONICS DISCOVERY (MIND)
    30                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    31                     Total Operating Expense                        10,000,000
    32
    33         C. EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
    34
    35         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
    36             ADMINISTRATION
    37                     Total Operating Expense              855,000     855,000
    38             WOMEN'S COMMISSION
    39                     Personal Services              106,824     106,824
    40                     Other Operating Expense              12,175     12,175
    41             NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    42                     Total Operating Expense              90,211     90,211
    43             COMMISSION ON HISPANIC/LATINO AFFAIRS
    44                     Total Operating Expense              124,235     124,235
    45
    46         The above appropriations are in addition to any funding for the commission derived
    47         from funds appropriated to the department of workforce development.
    48
    49         D. OTHER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    1
    2         FOR THE INDIANA STATE FAIR BOARD
    3             STATE FAIR
    4                     Total Operating Expense              2,119,124     1,619,124
    5
    6     SECTION 7. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    7
    8         TRANSPORTATION
    9
    10         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    11
    12         For the conduct and operation of the department of transportation, the following
    13         sums are appropriated for the periods designated from the public mass transportation
    14         fund, the industrial rail service fund, the state highway fund, the motor vehicle
    15         highway account, the distressed road fund, the state highway road construction and
    16         improvement fund, the motor carrier regulation fund, and the crossroads 2000 fund.
    17
    18             INTERMODAL GRANT PROGRAM
    19                 Public Mass Transportation Fund (IC 8-23-3-8)
    20                     Total Operating Expense              50,000     50,000
    21                 Augmentation allowed.
    22             RAILROAD GRADE CROSSING IMPROVEMENT
    23                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    24                     Total Operating Expense              500,000     500,000
    25             HIGH SPEED RAIL
    26                 Industrial Rail Service Fund (IC 8-3-1.7-2)
    27                     Matching Funds                        40,000
    28                 Augmentation allowed.
    29             PUBLIC MASS TRANSPORTATION
    30                 Public Mass Transportation Fund (IC 8-23-3-8)
    31                     Total Operating Expense              42,300,000     44,400,000
    32                 Augmentation allowed.
    33
    34         Any unencumbered amount remaining from this appropriation at the end of a state fiscal
    35         year remains available in subsequent state fiscal years for the purposes for which
    36         it is appropriated.
    37
    38         The appropriations are to be used solely for the promotion and development of public
    39         transportation. The department of transportation shall allocate funds based on a
    40         formula approved by the commissioner of the department of transportation.
    41
    42         The department of transportation may distribute public mass transportation funds
    43         to an eligible grantee that provides public transportation in Indiana.
    44
    45         The state funds can be used to match federal funds available under the Federal Transit
    46         Act (49 U.S.C. 1601, et seq.) or local funds from a requesting grantee.
    47
    48         Before funds may be disbursed to a grantee, the grantee must submit its request for
    49         financial assistance to the department of transportation for approval. Allocations
    1         must be approved by the governor and the budget agency after review by the budget
    2         committee and shall be made on a reimbursement basis. Only applications for capital
    3         and operating assistance may be approved. Only those grantees that have met the reporting
    4         requirements under IC 8-23-3 are eligible for assistance under this appropriation.
    5
    6             HIGHWAY OPERATING
    7                 State Highway Fund (IC 8-23-9-54)
    8                     Personal Services              256,703,031     252,219,117
    9                     Other Operating Expense              63,309,536     63,309,536
    10
    11             HIGHWAY VEHICLE AND ROAD MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT
    12                 State Highway Fund (IC 8-23-9-54)
    13                     Other Operating Expense              8,800,000     18,000,000
    14
    15         The above appropriations for highway operating and highway vehicle and road maintenance
    16         equipment may be used for personal services, equipment, and other operating expense,
    17         including the cost of transportation for the governor.
    18
    19             HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORK PROGRAM
    20                 State Highway Fund (IC 8-23-9-54)
    21                     Other Operating Expense              63,000,000     70,000,000
    22
    23         The above appropriations for the highway maintenance work program may be used for:
    24         (1) materials for patching roadways and shoulders;
    25         (2) repairing and painting bridges;
    26         (3) installing signs and signals and painting roadways for traffic control;
    27         (4) mowing, herbicide application, and brush control;
    28         (5) drainage control;
    29         (6) maintenance of rest areas, public roads on properties of the department of natural
    30         resources, and driveways on the premises of all state facilities;
    31         (7) materials for snow and ice removal;
    32         (8) utility costs for roadway lighting; and
    33         (9) other special maintenance and support activities consistent with the highway
    34         maintenance work program.
    35
    36             HIGHWAY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
    37                 State Highway Fund (IC 8-23-9-54)
    38                     Right-of-Way Expense              38,250,000     24,800,000
    39                     Formal Contracts Expense              47,181,225     72,307,207
    40                     Consulting Services Expense         18,600,000     24,736,741
    41                     Institutional Road Construction         5,000,000     5,000,000
    42
    43         The above appropriations for the capital improvements program may be used for:
    44         (1) bridge rehabilitation and replacement;
    45         (2) road construction, reconstruction, or replacement;
    46         (3) construction, reconstruction, or replacement of travel lanes, intersections,
    47         grade separations, rest parks, and weigh stations;
    48         (4) relocation and modernization of existing roads;
    49         (5) resurfacing;
    1         (6) erosion and slide control;
    2         (7) construction and improvement of railroad grade crossings, including the use of
    3         the appropriations to match federal funds for projects;
    4         (8) small structure replacements;
    5         (9) safety and spot improvements; and
    6         (10) right-of-way, relocation, and engineering and consulting expenses associated
    7         with any of the above types of projects.
    8
    9         The appropriations for highway operating, highway vehicle and road maintenance
    10         equipment, highway buildings and grounds, the highway planning and research program,
    11         the highway maintenance work program, and highway capital improvements are appropriated
    12         from estimated revenues, which include the following:
    13         (1) Funds distributed to the state highway fund from the motor vehicle highway account
    14         under IC 8-14-1-3(4).
    15         (2) Funds distributed to the state highway fund from the highway, road and street
    16         fund under IC 8-14-2-3.
    17         (3) All fees and miscellaneous revenues deposited in or accruing to the state highway
    18         fund under IC 8-23-9-54.
    19         (4) Any unencumbered funds carried forward in the state highway fund from any previous
    20         fiscal year.
    21         (5) All other funds appropriated or made available to the department of transportation
    22         by the general assembly.
    23
    24         If funds from sources set out above for the department of transportation exceed appropriations
    25         from those sources to the department, the excess amount is hereby appropriated to
    26         be used for formal contracts with approval of the governor and the budget agency.
    27
    28         If there is a change in a statute reducing or increasing revenue for department use,
    29         the budget agency shall notify the auditor of state to adjust the above appropriations
    30         to reflect the estimated increase or decrease. Upon the request of the department,
    31         the budget agency, with the approval of the governor, may allot any increase in appropriations
    32         to the department for formal contracts.
    33
    34         If the department of transportation finds that an emergency exists or that an appropriation
    35         will be insufficient to cover expenses incurred in the normal operation of the department,
    36         the budget agency may, upon request of the department, and with the approval of the
    37         governor, transfer funds from revenue sources set out above from one (1) appropriation
    38         to the deficient appropriation. No appropriation from the state highway fund may
    39         be used to fund any toll road or toll bridge project except as specifically provided
    40         for under IC 8-15-2-20.
    41
    42             HIGHWAY PLANNING AND RESEARCH PROGRAM
    43                 State Highway Fund (IC 8-23-9-54)
    44                     Total Operating Expense              2,500,000     2,500,000
    45
    46             STATE HIGHWAY ROAD CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
    47                 State Highway Road Construction Improvement Fund (IC 8-14-10-5)
    48                     Lease Rental Payments Expense         61,524,711     62,139,958
    49                 Augmentation allowed.
    1
    2         The above appropriations for the state highway road construction and improvement
    3         program are appropriated from the state highway road construction and improvement
    4         fund provided in IC 8-14-10-5 and may include any unencumbered funds carried forward
    5         from any previous fiscal year. The funds shall be first used for payment of rentals
    6         and leases relating to projects under IC 8-14.5. If any funds remain, the funds may
    7         be used for the following purposes:
    8         (1) road and bridge construction, reconstruction, or replacement;
    9         (2) construction, reconstruction, or replacement of travel lanes, intersections,
    10         and grade separations;
    11         (3) relocation and modernization of existing roads; and
    12         (4) right-of-way, relocation, and engineering and consulting expenses associated
    13         with any of the above types of projects.
    14
    15             CROSSROADS 2000 PROGRAM
    16                 Crossroads 2000 Fund (IC 8-14-10-9)
    17                      Lease Rental Payment Expense         46,142,787     38,517,564
    18                 Augmentation allowed.
    19
    20         The above appropriations for the crossroads 2000 program are appropriated from the
    21         crossroads 2000 fund provided in IC 8-14-10-9 and may include any unencumbered funds
    22         carried forward from any previous fiscal year. The funds shall be first used for
    23         payment of rentals and leases relating to projects under IC 8-14-10-9. If any funds
    24         remain, the funds may be used for the following purposes:
    25         (1) road and bridge construction, reconstruction, or replacement;
    26         (2) construction, reconstruction, or replacement of travel lanes, intersections, and
    27         grade separations;
    28         (3) relocation and modernization of existing roads; and
    29         (4) right-of-way, relocation, and engineering and consulting expenses associated
    30         with any of the above types of projects.
    31
    32             MAJOR MOVES CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
    33                 Major Moves Construction Fund (IC 8-14-14-5)
    34                     Formal Contracts Expense              545,000,000     535,000,000
    35                 Augmentation allowed.
    36             FEDERAL APPORTIONMENT
    37                     Right-of-Way Expense              174,250,000     113,100,000
    38                     Formal Contracts Expense              426,642,292     502,792,291
    39                     Consulting Engineers Expense         84,500,000     69,500,000
    40                     Highway Planning and Research          12,807,708     12,807,709
    41                     Local Government Revolving Acct.         266,000,000     266,000,000
    42
    43         The department may establish an account to be known as the "local government revolving
    44         account". The account is to be used to administer the federal-local highway construction
    45         program. All contracts issued and all funds received for federal-local projects under
    46         this program shall be entered into this account.
    47
    48         If the federal apportionments for the fiscal years covered by this act exceed the
    49         above estimated appropriations for the department or for local governments, the excess
    1         federal apportionment is hereby appropriated for use by the department with the approval
    2         of the governor and the budget agency.
    3
    4         The department shall bill, in a timely manner, the federal government for all department
    5         payments that are eligible for total or partial reimbursement.
    6
    7         The department may let contracts and enter into agreements for construction and preliminary
    8         engineering during each year of the 2009-2011 biennium that obligate not more than
    9         one-third (1/3) of the amount of state funds estimated by the department to be available
    10         for appropriation in the following year for formal contracts and consulting engineers
    11         for the capital improvements program.
    12
    13         Under IC 8-23-5-7(a), the department, with the approval of the governor, may construct
    14         and maintain roadside parks and highways where highways will connect any state highway
    15         now existing, or hereafter constructed, with any state park, state forest preserve,
    16         state game preserve, or the grounds of any state institution. There is appropriated
    17         to the department of transportation an amount sufficient to carry out the provisions
    18         of this paragraph. Under IC 8-23-5-7(d), such appropriations shall be made from
    19         the motor vehicle highway account before distribution to local units of government.
    20
    21         LOCAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND RESEARCH
    22
    23         Under IC 8-14-1-3(6), there is appropriated to the department of transportation an
    24         amount sufficient for:
    25         (1) the program of technical assistance under IC 8-23-2-5(6); and
    26         (2) the research and highway extension program conducted for local government under
    27         IC 8-17-7-4.
    28
    29         The department shall develop an annual program of work for research and extension
    30         in cooperation with those units being served, listing the types of research and educational
    31         programs to be undertaken. The commissioner of the department of transportation may
    32         make a grant under this appropriation to the institution or agency selected to conduct
    33         the annual work program. Under IC 8-14-1-3(6), appropriations for the program of
    34         technical assistance and for the program of research and extension shall be taken
    35         from the local share of the motor vehicle highway account.
    36
    37         Under IC 8-14-1-3(7) there is hereby appropriated such sums as are necessary to maintain
    38         a sufficient working balance in accounts established to match federal and local money
    39         for highway projects. These funds are appropriated from the following sources in
    40         the proportion specified:
    41         (1) one-half (1/2) from the forty-seven percent (47%) set aside of the motor vehicle
    42         highway account under IC 8-14-1-3(7); and
    43         (2) for counties and for those cities and towns with a population greater than five
    44         thousand (5,000), one-half (1/2) from the distressed road fund under IC 8-14-8-2.
    45
    46         AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT (ARRA)
    47
    48         There is apportioned to the department of transportation the following sums for
    49         the periods and purposes designated under the American Recovery and Reinvestment
    1         Act (ARRA) of 2009.
    2
    3         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    4
    5                 Highway Capital Improvements
    6                     Formal Contracts Expense                    440,838,364
    7                 Augmentation allowed
    8
    9                 Transportation Enhancements
    10                     Formal Contracts Expense                        19,739,031
    11                 Augmentation allowed
    12
    13                 Highway Capital Improvements - Metro Planning Organizations,
    14                 Cities, Towns, and Counties                        197,390,312
    15                 Augmentation allowed
    16
    17                 Rural Transit Funds                        20,316,134
    18                 Augmentation allowed
    19
    20         As soon as practical after passage of this act, the department with the approval
    21         of the governor shall prepare a plan for the allocation and expenditure of the appropriations
    22         listed above. The plan shall list the projects to be funded. The department shall
    23         present the plan to the state budget committee for review under IC 4-12-1-11.5.
    24
    25         In preparing that portion of the plan for expenditure for Highway Capital Improvements
    26         and Transportation Enhancements, the department shall adhere to the following goals
    27         to the extent practical:
    28
    29         (1) The plan shall comply with all applicable federal statutes, rules, and policies
    30         as necessary to ensure eligibility for the maximum level of federal funding.
    31         (2) The plan shall be designed to obligate the federal funds and begin construction
    32         as soon as practical.
    33         (3) The plan shall be designed to minimize the likelihood that any funding apportioned
    34         to Indiana will have to be returned to the federal government.
    35         (4) The plan shall strive to make Indiana eligible for any increased funding that
    36         may become available as a result of reallocation from other states.
    37         (5) The plan shall reasonably allocate funding to projects located across all areas
    38         of the state, with an emphasis on areas determined by the department to be economically
    39         distressed.
    40         (6) The department may hold special lettings for contracts using the above appropriations.
    41         The department shall strive to limit each contract to a maximum of $10,000,000.
    42         (7) The department shall strive to diversify the type of work using the above appropriations.
    43
    44         In preparing that portion of the plan for expenditure for Highway Capital Improvements
    45         - Local Government and Highway Capital Improvements - Metro Planning Organizations,
    46         Cities, Towns, and Counties, the department shall adhere to the following guidelines
    47         to the extent practical:
    48
    49         (1) The plan shall comply with all applicable federal statutes, rules, and policies
    1         as necessary to ensure eligibility for the maximum level of federal funding.
    2         (2) The plan shall be designed to obligate the federal funds and begin construction
    3         as soon as practical.
    4         (3) The plan shall be designed to minimize the likelihood that any funding apportioned
    5         to Indiana will have to be returned to the federal government.
    6         (4) The plan shall strive to make Indiana eligible for any increased funding that
    7         may become available as a result of reallocation from other states.
    8         (5) The plan shall reasonably allocate funds to projects located across all areas
    9         of the state. However, if the department cannot identify local government projects
    10         that can be obligated within the established time frames the department may allocate
    11         funds as necessary to fully obligate all federal funding.
    12         (6) For Highway Capital Improvements for Metro Planning Organizations the plan shall
    13         include projects selected by the respective metropolitan planning organizations.
    14         However, if the metropolitan planning organizations cannot identify projects that
    15         can be obligated within the established time frames, the department may select alternate
    16         projects as necessary to fully obligate all federal funding.
    17         (7) The department may hold special lettings for contracts using the above appropriations.
    18         The department shall strive to limit each contract for Highway Capital Improvements
    19         for Cities, Towns, and Counties to a maximum of $7,000,000.
    20
    21         The department shall establish reasonable policies and guidelines for cities, towns,
    22         and counties and metropolitan planning organizations to follow to help ensure reasonable
    23         access and timely obligation of funds. The department shall provide reasonable assistance
    24         to cities, towns, and counties and metropolitan planning organizations in meeting
    25         deadlines established to ensure timely obligation of funding.
    26
    27         If the governor finds that any of the above goals conflict with another goal, the
    28         governor shall determine the appropriate weight to give to each goal. Actions taken
    29         by the governor or the department with respect to allocation, obligation, or expenditure
    30         of the above appropriations before passage of this act is deemed to have satisfied
    31         the requirement for budget committee review providing such actions were taken to
    32         conform to the plan or to comply with laws, policies, or direction issued by the
    33         United States Department of Transportation or any other federal agency as a condition
    34         to qualifying for the federal funds.
    35
    36         The department with the approval of the governor may adjust the above appropriations
    37         for Highway Capital Improvements, Transportation Enhancements, Highway Capital Improvements
    38         - Metropolitan Planning Organizations, Cities, Towns, and Counties as necessary to
    39         comply with federal law, policies, or direction established to ensure continuing
    40         eligibility for federal funding.
    41
    42         The department shall submit reports to the budget committee and legislative council
    43         by December 31 of 2009, 2010, and 2011 detailing the status of the appropriations
    44         and projects funded under the plan. The department may submit copies of reports required
    45         to be submitted to the federal government to fulfill this requirement.
    46
    47         The above appropriations do not revert but remain in effect until obligated.
    48
    49     SECTION 8. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    1
    2         FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES, HEALTH, AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS
    3
    4         A. FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES
    5
    6         FOR THE FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
    7
    8             INDIANA PRESCRIPTION DRUG PROGRAM
    9                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    10                     Total Operating Expense              1,117,830     1,117,830
    11             CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
    12                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    13                     Total Operating Expense              34,918,921     36,984,511
    14             FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
    15                     Total Operating Expense              19,764,734     19,764,734
    16             OFFICE OF MEDICAID POLICY AND PLANNING - ADMINISTRATION
    17                     Total Operating Expense              6,061,868     6,062,487
    18             MEDICAID ADMINISTRATION
    19                     Total Operating Expense              36,427,564     36,427,564
    20             MEDICAID - CURRENT OBLIGATIONS
    21                 General Fund
    22                     Total Operating Expense              1,116,000,000     1,428,800,000
    23
    24         The foregoing appropriations for Medicaid current obligations and for Medicaid administration
    25         are for the purpose of enabling the office of Medicaid policy and planning to carry
    26         out all services as provided in IC 12-8-6. In addition to the above appropriations,
    27         all money received from the federal government and paid into the state treasury as
    28         a grant or allowance is appropriated and shall be expended by the office of Medicaid
    29         policy and planning for the respective purposes for which the money was allocated
    30         and paid to the state. Subject to the provisions of P.L.46-1995, if the sums herein
    31         appropriated for Medicaid current obligations and for Medicaid administration are
    32         insufficient to enable the office of Medicaid policy and planning to meet its obligations,
    33         then there is appropriated from the general fund such further sums as may be
    34         necessary for that purpose, subject to the approval of the governor and the budget
    35         agency.
    36
    37             INDIANA CHECK-UP PLAN (EXCLUDING IMMUNIZATION)
    38                 Indiana Check-Up Plan Trust Fund (IC 12-15-44.2-17)
    39                     Total Operating Expense              137,466,043     157,766,043
    40             HOSPITAL CARE FOR THE INDIGENT FUND
    41                     Total Operating Expense              61,500,000     61,500,000
    42             MEDICAID DISABILITY ELIGIBILITY EXAMS
    43                     Total Operating Expense              937,000     937,000
    44             MEDICAL ASSISTANCE TO WARDS (MAW)
    45                     Total Operating Expense              13,100,000     13,100,000
    46             MARION COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITAL CORPORATION
    47                     Total Operating Expense              38,000,000     38,000,000
    48             MENTAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
    49                     Other Operating Expense              4,059,047     4,059,047
    1
    2         Two hundred seventy-five thousand dollars ($275,000) of the above appropriation for
    3         the state fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending June 30, 2010, and two hundred
    4         seventy-five thousand dollars ($275,000) of the above appropriation for the state
    5         fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and ending June 30, 2011, shall be distributed in
    6         the state fiscal year to neighborhood based community service programs.
    7
    8             CHILD PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES FUND
    9                     Total Operating Expense              20,423,760     20,423,760
    10             SERIOUSLY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED
    11                     Total Operating Expense              15,975,408     15,975,408
    12             SERIOUSLY MENTALLY ILL
    13                 General Fund
    14                     Total Operating Expense              91,046,702     91,046,702
    15                 Mental Health Centers Fund (IC 6-7-1-32.1)
    16                     Total Operating Expense              4,311,650     4,311,650
    17                 Augmentation allowed.
    18             COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTERS
    19                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    20                     Total Operating Expense              7,000,000     7,000,000
    21
    22         The above appropriation from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund is in addition
    23         to other funds. The above appropriations for comprehensive community mental health
    24         services include the intragovernmental transfers necessary to provide the nonfederal
    25         share of reimbursement under the Medicaid rehabilitation option.
    26
    27         The comprehensive community mental health centers shall submit their proposed annual
    28         budgets (including income and operating statements) to the budget agency on or before
    29         August 1 of each year. All federal funds shall be applied in augmentation of the
    30         foregoing funds rather than in place of any part of the funds. The office of the
    31         secretary, with the approval of the budget agency, shall determine an equitable allocation
    32         of the appropriation among the mental health centers.
    33
    34             GAMBLERS' ASSISTANCE
    35                 Gamblers' Assistance Fund (IC 4-33-12-6)
    36                     Total Operating Expense              4,490,809     4,490,809
    37             MVOV CONFERENCE
    38                 Gamblers' Assistance Fund (IC 4-33-12-6)
    39                     Total Operating Expense              199,763     199,763
    40             SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
    41                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    42                     Total Operating Expense              4,855,820     4,855,820
    43             QUALITY ASSURANCE/RESEARCH
    44                     Total Operating Expense              812,860     812,860
    45             PREVENTION
    46                 Gamblers' Assistance Fund (IC 4-33-12-6)
    47                     Total Operating Expense              2,858,528     2,858,528
    48                 Augmentation allowed.
    49             METHADONE DIVERSION CONTROL AND OVERSIGHT (MDCO) PROGRAM
    1                 MDCO Fund (IC 12-23-18)
    2                     Total Operating Expense              243,486     243,486
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4             DMHA YOUTH TOBACCO REDUCTION SUPPORT PROGRAM
    5                 DMHA Youth Tobacco Reduction Support Program (IC 4-33-12-6)
    6                     Total Operating Expense              250,000     250,000
    7                 Augmentation allowed.
    8             EVANSVILLE PSYCHIATRIC CHILDREN'S CENTER
    9                     Personal Services              496,318     473,948
    10                     Other Operating Expense              123,252     123,252
    11             EVANSVILLE STATE HOSPITAL
    12                 From the General Fund
    13                         20,276,654     20,340,477
    14                 From the Mental Health Fund (IC 12-24-14-4)
    15                         677,943     678,778
    16                 Augmentation allowed.
    17
    18         The amounts specified from the general fund and the mental health fund are for the
    19         following purposes:
    20
    21                     Personal Services              15,636,749     15,701,407
    22                     Other Operating Expense              5,317,848     5,317,848
    23
    24             LARUE CARTER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    25                 From the General Fund
    26                         22,483,147     22,534,726
    27                 From the Mental Health Fund (IC 12-24-14-4)
    28                         476,465     472,254
    29                 Augmentation allowed.
    30
    31         The amounts specified from the general fund and the mental health fund are for the
    32         following purposes:
    33
    34                     Personal Services              16,020,593     16,067,961
    35                     Other Operating Expense              6,939,019     6,939,019
    36
    37             LOGANSPORT STATE HOSPITAL
    38                 From the General Fund
    39                         40,772,672     40,769,722
    40                 From the Mental Health Fund (IC 12-24-14-4)
    41                         1,378,232     1,378,232
    42                 Augmentation allowed.
    43
    44         The amounts specified from the general fund and the mental health fund are for the
    45         following purposes:
    46
    47                     Personal Services              32,407,597     32,404,647
    48                     Other Operating Expense              9,743,307     9,743,307
    49
    1             MADISON STATE HOSPITAL
    2                 From the General Fund
    3                         16,403,876     16,402,626
    4                 From the Mental Health Fund (IC 12-24-14-4)
    5                         666,308     666,308
    6                 Augmentation allowed.
    7
    8         The amounts specified from the general fund and the mental health fund are for the
    9         following purposes:
    10
    11                     Personal Services              13,135,516     13,134,266
    12                     Other Operating Expense              3,934,668     3,934,668
    13
    14             RICHMOND STATE HOSPITAL
    15                 From the General Fund
    16                         37,112,498     37,096,244
    17                 From the Mental Health Fund (IC 12-24-14-4)
    18                         650,335     650,335
    19                 Augmentation allowed.
    20
    21         The amounts specified from the general fund and the mental health fund are for the
    22         following purposes:
    23
    24                     Personal Services              29,512,684     29,496,430
    25                     Other Operating Expense              8,250,149     8,250,149
    26
    27             PATIENT PAYROLL
    28                     Total Operating Expense              285,785     285,785
    29
    30         The federal share of revenue accruing to the state mental health institutions under
    31         IC 12-15, based on the applicable Federal Medical Assistance Percentage (FMAP),
    32         shall be deposited in the mental health fund established by IC 12-24-14-1, and the
    33         remainder shall be deposited in the general fund.
    34
    35         In addition to the above appropriations, each institution may qualify for an additional
    36         appropriation, or allotment, subject to approval of the governor and the budget agency,
    37         from the mental health fund of up to twenty percent (20%), but not to exceed $50,000
    38         in each fiscal year, of the amount by which actual net collections exceed an amount
    39         specified in writing by the division of mental health and addiction before July 1
    40         of each year beginning July 1, 2009.
    41
    42             DIVISION OF FAMILY RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION
    43                     Personal Services              6,061,903     6,061,903
    44                     Other Operating Expense              1,963,063     1,963,063
    45             COMMISSION ON THE SOCIAL STATUS OF BLACK MALES
    46                     Total Operating Expense              173,179     173,179
    47             CHILD CARE LICENSING FUND
    48                 Child Care Fund (IC 12-17.2-2-3)
    49                     Total Operating Expense              100,000     100,000
    1                 Augmentation allowed.
    2             ELECTRONIC BENEFIT TRANSFER PROGRAM
    3                     Total Operating Expense              2,529,915     2,529,915
    4
    5         The foregoing appropriations for the division of family resources Title IV-D of
    6         the federal Social Security Act are made under, and not in addition to, IC 31-25-4-28.
    7
    8             STATE WELFARE - COUNTY ADMINISTRATION
    9                     Total Operating Expense              56,464,688     56,464,688
    10             INDIANA CLIENT ELIGIBILITY SYSTEM (ICES)
    11                     Total Operating Expense              7,402,387     7,402,387
    12             IMPACT PROGRAM
    13                     Total Operating Expense              689,001     689,001
    14             TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE TO NEEDY FAMILIES (TANF)
    15                     Total Operating Expense              31,776,757     31,776,757
    16             IMPACT - TANF
    17                     Total Operating Expense              1,880,252     1,880,252
    18             CHILD CARE & DEVELOPMENT FUND
    19                     Total Operating Expense              34,418,255     34,418,255
    20
    21         The foregoing appropriations for information systems/technology, education and training,
    22         Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), and child care services are for the
    23         purpose of enabling the division of family resources to carry out all services as
    24         provided in IC 12-14. In addition to the above appropriations, all money received from the
    25         federal government and paid into the state treasury as a grant or allowance is
    26         appropriated and shall be expended by the division of family resources for the
    27         respective purposes for which such money was allocated and paid to the state.
    28
    29             BURIAL EXPENSES
    30                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    31                     Total Operating Expense              1,607,219     1,607,219
    32             SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE PROJECT FUND
    33                     Total Operating Expense              955,780     955,780
    34             DIVISION OF AGING ADMINISTRATION
    35                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    36                     Personal Services              594,659     594,659
    37                     Other Operating Expense              852,751     852,751
    38
    39         The above appropriations for the division of aging administration are for administrative
    40         expenses. Any federal fund reimbursements received for such purposes are to be deposited
    41         in the general fund.
    42
    43             ROOM AND BOARD ASSISTANCE (R-CAP)
    44                     Total Operating Expense              13,477,844     13,477,844
    45             C.H.O.I.C.E. IN-HOME SERVICES
    46                     Total Operating Expense              48,765,643     48,765,643
    47
    48         The foregoing appropriations for C.H.O.I.C.E. In-Home Services include intragovernmental
    49         transfers to provide the nonfederal share of the Medicaid aged and disabled waiver.
    1         The intragovernmental transfers for use in the Medicaid aged and disabled waiver
    2         may not exceed in the state fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending June 30,
    3         2010, $12,900,000. The intragovernmental transfers for use in the Medicaid aged and
    4         disabled waiver may not exceed in the state fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010, and
    5         ending June 30, 2011, $12,900,000. After July 1, 2009, and before August 1, 2010,
    6         the office of the secretary (as defined in IC 12-7-2-135) shall submit a report to
    7         the legislative council in an electronic format under IC 5-14-6 and the governor
    8         in each July, October, January, and April specifying the number of persons on the
    9         waiting list for C.H.O.I.C.E. In-Home Services at the end of the month preceding
    10         the date of the report, a schedule indicating the length of time persons have been
    11         on the waiting list, a description of the conditions or problems that contribute
    12         to the waiting list, the plan in the next six (6) months after the end of the reporting
    13         period to reduce the waiting list, and any other information that is necessary or
    14         appropriate to interpret the information provided in the report.
    15
    16         The division of aging shall conduct an annual evaluation of the cost effectiveness
    17         of providing home care. Before January of each year, the division shall submit a
    18         report to the budget committee, the budget agency, and the legislative council that
    19         covers all aspects of the division's evaluation and such other information pertaining
    20         thereto as may be requested by the budget committee, the budget agency, or the legislative
    21         council, including the following:
    22         (1) the number and demographic characteristics of the recipients of home care during
    23         the preceding fiscal year;
    24         (2) the total cost and per recipient cost of providing home care services during
    25         the preceding fiscal year;
    26         (3) the number of recipients of home care services who would have been placed in
    27         long term care facilities had they not received home care services; and
    28         (4) the total cost savings during the preceding fiscal year realized by the state
    29         due to recipients of home care services (including Medicaid) being diverted from
    30         long term care facilities.
    31
    32         The division shall obtain from providers of services data on their costs and expenditures
    33         regarding implementation of the program and report the findings to the budget committee,
    34         the budget agency, and the legislative council. The report to the legislative council
    35         must be in an electronic format under IC 5-14-6.
    36
    37         The foregoing appropriations for C.H.O.I.C.E. In-Home Services do not revert to the
    38         state general fund or any other fund at the close of any state fiscal year but remain
    39         available for the purposes of C.H.O.I.C.E. In-Home Services in subsequent state fiscal
    40         years.
    41
    42             OLDER HOOSIERS ACT
    43                     Total Operating Expense              1,573,446     1,573,446
    44             ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES
    45                     Total Operating Expense              1,956,528     1,956,528
    46             ADULT GUARDIANSHIP SERVICES
    47                     Total Operating Expense              477,135     477,135
    48             TITLE V EMPLOYMENT GRANT (OLDER WORKERS)
    49                     Total Operating Expense              229,034     229,034
    1             MEDICAID WAIVER
    2                     Total Operating Expense              322,275     322,275
    3             OBRA/PASSARR
    4                     Total Operating Expense              91,108     91,108
    5             TITLE III ADMINISTRATION GRANT
    6                     Total Operating Expense              252,163     252,163
    7             OMBUDSMAN
    8                     Total Operating Expense              310,124     310,124
    9
    10             DIVISION OF DISABILITY AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
    11                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    12                     Total Operating Expense              360,764     360,764
    13
    14             VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES
    15                     Personal Services              3,525,457     3,525,457
    16                     Other Operating Expense              12,348,257     12,348,257
    17             AID TO INDEPENDENT LIVING
    18                     Total Operating Expense              46,927     46,927
    19
    20             INDIANAPOLIS RESOURCE CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
    21                     Total Operating Expense              87,665     87,665
    22             SOUTHERN INDIANA CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
    23                     Total Operating Expense              87,665     87,665
    24             ATTIC, INCORPORATED
    25                     Total Operating Expense              87,665     87,665
    26             LEAGUE FOR THE BLIND AND DISABLED
    27                     Total Operating Expense              87,665     87,665
    28             FUTURE CHOICES, INC.
    29                     Total Operating Expense              158,113     158,113
    30             THE WABASH INDEPENDENT LIVING AND LEARNING CENTER, INC.
    31                     Total Operating Expense              158,113     158,113
    32             INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER OF EASTERN INDIANA
    33                     Total Operating Expense              158,113     158,113
    34
    35             OFFICE OF DEAF AND HEARING IMPAIRED
    36                     Personal Services              185,104     185,104
    37                     Other Operating Expense              131,670     131,670
    38             BLIND VENDING OPERATIONS
    39                     Total Operating Expense              129,905     129,905
    40             DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES COUNCIL
    41                     Personal Services              2,970     2,970
    42                     Other Operating Expense              12,038     12,038
    43             OFFICE OF SERVICES FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED
    44                     Personal Services              56,751     56,751
    45                     Other Operating Expense              24,985     24,985
    46             EMPLOYEE TRAINING
    47                     Total Operating Expense              6,112     6,112
    48             BUREAU OF QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SERVICES - BQIS
    49                     Total Operating Expense              3,936,983     3,936,983
    1             DAY SERVICES - DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED
    2                     Other Operating Expense              11,759,384     11,759,384
    3             DIAGNOSIS AND EVALUATION
    4                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    5                     Other Operating Expense              400,125     400,125
    6             FEDERAL EARLY INTERVENTION
    7                     Total Operating Expense              6,149,513     6,149,513
    8             SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT
    9                     Other Operating Expense              3,880,000     3,880,000
    10             EPILEPSY PROGRAM
    11                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    12                     Other Operating Expense              463,758     463,758
    13             CAREGIVER SUPPORT
    14                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    15                     Other Operating Expense              809,500     809,500
    16             BDDS OPERATING
    17                 General Fund
    18                     Total Operating Expense              5,286,709     5,286,709
    19                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    20                     Total Operating Expense              1,869,887     1,869,887
    21                 Augmentation allowed.
    22             OASIS - OBJECTIVE ASSISTANCE SYSTEM FROM INDEPENDENT SERVICES
    23                     Total Operating Expense              5,529,000     5,529,000
    24             CRISIS MANAGEMENT
    25                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    26                     Total Operating Expense              4,136,080     4,136,080
    27                 Augmentation allowed.
    28             OUTREACH - STATE OPERATING SERVICES
    29                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    30                     Total Operating Expense              2,232,973     2,232,973
    31                 Augmentation allowed.
    32             RESIDENTIAL SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED PERSONS
    33                 General Fund
    34                     Total Operating Expense              93,996,290     93,996,290
    35                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    36                     Total Operating Expense              15,229,000     15,229,000
    37
    38         The above appropriations for client services include the intragovernmental transfers
    39         necessary to provide the nonfederal share of reimbursement under the Medicaid program
    40         for day services provided to residents of group homes and nursing facilities.
    41
    42         In the development of new community residential settings for persons with developmental
    43         disabilities, the division of disability and rehabilitative services must give priority
    44         to the appropriate placement of such persons who are eligible for Medicaid and currently
    45         residing in intermediate care or skilled nursing facilities and, to the extent permitted
    46         by law, such persons who reside with aged parents or guardians or families in crisis.
    47
    48         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SERVICES
    49             DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SERVICES - ADMINISTRATION
    1                     Personal Services              89,445,563     89,445,563
    2                     Other Operating Expense              20,582,245     20,582,245
    3
    4             DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SERVICES - STATE ADMINISTRATION
    5                     Personal Services              14,689,383     14,689,383
    6                     Other Operating Expense              3,636,219     3,636,219
    7             CHILD WELFARE SERVICES STATE GRANTS
    8                 General Fund
    9                     Total Operating Expense              7,500,000     7,500,000
    10                 Excise and Financial Institution Taxes
    11                     Total Operating Expense              6,275,000     6,275,000
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13             TITLE IV-D OF THE FEDERAL SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (STATE MATCH)
    14                     Total Operating Expense              5,598,019     5,598,019
    15
    16         The foregoing appropriations for the department of child services Title IV-D of
    17         the federal Social Security Act are made under, and not in addition to, IC 31-25-4-28.
    18
    19             FAMILY AND CHILDREN FUND
    20                 General Fund
    21                     Total Operating Expense              445,406,171     445,406,171
    22                 Augmentation allowed.
    23                 Family and Children Reimbursement (IC 31-40-1-3)
    24                     Total Operating Expense              8,782,173     8,782,173
    25                 Augmentation allowed.
    26             YOUTH SERVICE BUREAU
    27                     Total Operating Expense              1,528,000     1,528,000
    28             PROJECT SAFEPLACE
    29                     Total Operating Expense              125,000     125,000
    30             HEALTHY FAMILIES INDIANA
    31                     Total Operating Expense              6,826,935     6,826,935
    32             CHILD WELFARE TRAINING
    33                     Total Operating Expense              1,729,473     1,729,473
    34             SPECIAL NEEDS ADOPTION II
    35                     Personal Services              243,060     243,060
    36                     Other Operating Expense              456,540     456,540
    37             ADOPTION ASSISTANCE
    38                     Total Operating Expense              14,307,971     14,307,971
    39             NON-RECURRING ADOPTION ASSISTANCE
    40                     Total Operating Expense              921,500     921,500
    41             INDIANA SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT TRACKING (ISETS)
    42                     Total Operating Expense              4,804,602     4,804,602
    43             CHILD PROTECTION AUTOMATION PROJECT (ICWIS)
    44                     Total Operating Expense              4,224,334     4,224,334
    45
    46             SOCIAL SERVICES BLOCK GRANT (SSBG)
    47                     Total Operating Expense              4,012,083     4,012,083
    48
    49         The funds appropriated above to the social services block grant are allocated in
    1         the following manner during the biennium:
    2
    3         Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services
    4                         343,481     343,481
    5         Division of Family Resources
    6                         1,100,000     1,100,000
    7         Division of Aging
    8                         687,396     687,396
    9         Department of Child Services
    10                         289,352     289,352
    11         Department of Health
    12                         296,504     296,504
    13         Department of Correction
    14                         1,295,350     1,295,350
    15
    16         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    17             DEPARTMENT OF CHILD SERVICES OMBUDSMAN BUREAU
    18                     Total Operating Expense              145,400     145,400
    19
    20         B. PUBLIC HEALTH
    21
    22         FOR THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    23                     Personal Services              21,315,999     21,315,999
    24                     Other Operating Expense              7,410,840     7,410,840
    25
    26         All receipts to the state department of health from licenses or permit fees shall be deposited
    27         in the state general fund. Augmentation allowed in amounts not to exceed revenue from
    28         penalties or fees collected by the state department of health.
    29
    30         The above appropriations for the state department of health include funds to establish
    31         a medical adverse events reporting system by making a grant to or an agreement with
    32         an appropriate agency.
    33
    34             AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTERS
    35                     Total Operating Expense              1,387,500     1,387,500
    36             CANCER REGISTRY
    37                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    38                     Total Operating Expense              610,647     610,647
    39             MINORITY HEALTH INITIATIVE
    40                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    41                     Total Operating Expense              3,000,000     3,000,000
    42
    43         The foregoing appropriations shall be allocated to the Indiana Minority Health Coalition
    44         to work with the state department on the implementation of IC 16-46-11.
    45
    46             SICKLE CELL
    47                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    48                     Total Operating Expense              250,000     250,000
    49             AID TO COUNTY TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITALS
    1                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    2                     Total Operating Expense              96,883     96,883
    3
    4         These funds shall be used for eligible expenses according to IC 16-21-7-3 for tuberculosis
    5         patients for whom there are no other sources of reimbursement, including patient
    6         resources, health insurance, medical assistance payments, and hospital care for the
    7         indigent.
    8
    9             MEDICARE-MEDICAID CERTIFICATION
    10                     Total Operating Expense              6,269,426     6,269,426
    11
    12         Personal services augmentation allowed in amounts not to exceed revenue from health
    13         facilities license fees or from health care providers (as defined in IC 16-18-2-163) fee
    14         increases or those adopted by the Executive Board of the Indiana State Department of
    15         health pursuant to IC 16-19-3.
    16
    17             AIDS EDUCATION
    18                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    19                     Personal Services              286,161     286,161
    20                     Other Operating Expense              531,084     531,084
    21             HIV/AIDS SERVICES
    22                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    23                     Total Operating Expense              2,162,254     2,162,254
    24             TEST FOR DRUG AFFLICTED BABIES
    25                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    26                     Total Operating Expense              58,121     58,121
    27             STATE CHRONIC DISEASES
    28                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    29                     Personal Services              120,459     120,459
    30                     Other Operating Expense              957,968     957,968
    31
    32         At least $82,560 of the above appropriations shall be for grants to community groups
    33         and organizations as provided in IC 16-46-7-8.
    34
    35             WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN SUPPLEMENT
    36                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    37                     Total Operating Expense              190,000     190,000
    38
    39             MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SUPPLEMENT
    40                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    41                     Total Operating Expense              190,000     190,000
    42
    43             CANCER EDUCATION AND DIAGNOSIS - BREAST CANCER
    44                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    45                     Total Operating Expense              86,490     86,490
    46             CANCER EDUCATION AND DIAGNOSIS - PROSTATE CANCER
    47                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    48                     Total Operating Expense              93,000     93,000
    49             ADOPTION HISTORY
    1                 Adoption History Fund (IC 31-19-18-6)
    2                     Total Operating Expense              215,543     215,543
    3                 Augmentation allowed.
    4             CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS
    5                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    6                     Total Operating Expense              13,862,070     13,862,070
    7                 Augmentation allowed.
    8             NEWBORN SCREENING PROGRAM
    9                 Newborn Screening Fund (IC 16-41-17-11)
    10                     Personal Services              366,971     366,971
    11                     Other Operating Expense              2,294,672     2,294,672
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13             RADON GAS TRUST FUND
    14                 Radon Gas Trust Fund (IC 16-41-38-8)
    15                     Total Operating Expense              11,458     11,458
    16                 Augmentation allowed.
    17             BIRTH PROBLEMS REGISTRY
    18                 Birth Problems Registry Fund (IC 16-38-4-17)
    19                     Personal Services              62,071     62,071
    20                     Other Operating Expense              62,389     62,389
    21                 Augmentation allowed.
    22             MOTOR FUEL INSPECTION PROGRAM
    23                 Motor Fuel Inspection Fund (IC 16-44-3-10)
    24                     Total Operating Expense              174,464     174,464
    25                 Augmentation allowed.
    26             PROJECT RESPECT
    27                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    28                     Total Operating Expense              537,904     537,904
    29             DONATED DENTAL SERVICES
    30                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    31                     Total Operating Expense              42,932     42,932
    32
    33         The above appropriation shall be used by the Indiana foundation for dentistry for
    34         the handicapped.
    35
    36             OFFICE OF WOMEN'S HEALTH
    37                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    38                     Total Operating Expense              121,248     121,248
    39             SPINAL CORD AND BRAIN INJURY
    40                 Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Fund (IC 16-41-42.2-3)
    41                     Total Operating Expense              1,175,770     1,175,770
    20             INDIANA CHECK-UP PLAN - IMMUNIZATIONS
    21                 Indiana Check-Up Plan Trust Fund (IC 12-15-44.2-17)
    22                     Total Operating Expense              11,000,000     11,000,000
    45             WEIGHTS AND MEASURES FUND
    46                 Weights and Measures Fund (IC 16-19-5-4)
    47                     Total Operating Expense              22,824     22,824
    48                 Augmentation allowed.
    49             MINORITY EPIDEMIOLOGY
    1                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    2                     Total Operating Expense              750,000     750,000
    3             COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS
    4                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    5                     Total Operating Expense              17,500,000     20,000,000
    6             PRENATAL SUBSTANCE USE & PREVENTION
    7                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    8                     Total Operating Expense              150,000     150,000
    9             LOCAL HEALTH MAINTENANCE FUND
    10                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    11                     Total Operating Expense              3,860,000     3,860,000
    12                 Augmentation allowed.
    13
    14         The amount appropriated from the tobacco master settlement agreement fund is in lieu of
    15         the appropriation provided for this purpose in IC 6-7-1-30.5 or any other law. Of the above
    16         appropriations for the local health maintenance fund, $60,000 each year shall be used to
    17         provide additional funding to adjust funding through the formula in IC 16-46-10 to reflect
    18         population increases in various counties. Money appropriated to the local health
    19         maintenance fund must be allocated under the following schedule each year to each local
    20         board of health whose application for funding is approved by the state department of health:
    21
    22         COUNTY POPULATION              AMOUNT OF GRANT
    23         over 499,999         94,112
    24         100,000 - 499,999         72,672
    25         50,000 - 99,999         48,859
    26         under 50,000         33,139
    27
    28             LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT
    29                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    30                     Total Operating Expense              3,000,000     3,000,000
    31
    32         The foregoing appropriations for the local health department account are statutory
    33         distributions pursuant to IC 4-12-7.
    34
    35         FOR THE TOBACCO USE PREVENTION AND CESSATION BOARD
    36             TOBACCO USE PREVENTION AND CESSATION PROGRAM
    37                 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement Fund (IC 4-12-1-14.3)
    38                     Total Operating Expense              10,859,308     10,859,308
    39
    40         A minimum of 75% of the above appropriations shall be used for grants to local agencies
    41         and other entities with programs designed to reduce smoking.
    42
    43         FOR THE INDIANA SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED
    44                     Personal Services              10,525,311     10,524,650
    45                     Other Operating Expense              1,028,728     1,029,396
    46
    47         FOR THE INDIANA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
    48                     Personal Services              16,817,364     16,822,021
    49                     Other Operating Expense              1,959,367     1,959,367
    1
    2         C. VETERANS' AFFAIRS
    3
    4         FOR THE INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS
    5                     Personal Services              538,944     538,944
    6                     Other Operating Expense              80,108     80,108
    7
    8             DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS OF WORLD WARS
    9                     Total Operating Expense              40,000     40,000
    10             AMERICAN VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II, KOREA, AND VIETNAM
    11                     Total Operating Expense              30,000     30,000
    12             VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
    13                     Total Operating Expense              30,000     30,000
    14             VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA
    15                     Total Operating Expense                        20,000
    16             MILITARY FAMILY RELIEF FUND
    17                 Military Family Relief Fund (IC 10-17-12-8)
    18                     Total Operating Expense              450,000     450,000
    19
    20             INDIANA VETERANS' HOME
    21                 From the General Fund
    22                         12,815,594     12,815,594
    23                 From the Comfort and Welfare Fund (IC 10-17-9-7(c))
    24                         9,381,362     9,381,362
    25                 Augmentation allowed from the Comfort and Welfare Fund in amounts not
    26                 to exceed revenue collected for Medicaid and Medicare reimbursement.
    27
    28         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Comfort and Welfare Fund are for the
    29         following purposes:
    30
    31                     Personal Services              16,956,676     16,956,676
    32                     Other Operating Expense              5,240,280     5,240,280
    33
    34             COMFORT AND WELFARE PROGRAM
    35                 Comfort and Welfare Fund (IC 10-17-9-7(c))
    36                     Total Operating Expense              10,127,221     10,127,221
    37                 Augmentation allowed.
    38
    39     SECTION 9. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    40
    41         EDUCATION
    42
    43         A. HIGHER EDUCATION
    44
    45         FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY
    46             BLOOMINGTON CAMPUS
    47                     Total Operating Expense              194,908,592     190,670,086
    48                     Fee Replacement              26,901,091     39,480,478
    49
    1             FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY REGIONAL CAMPUSES
    2             EAST
    3                     Total Operating Expense              7,978,684     7,896,005
    4                     Fee Replacement              1,896,844     1,400,591
    5
    6             KOKOMO
    7                     Total Operating Expense              10,409,563     10,345,995
    8                     Fee Replacement              2,103,973     1,553,532
    9
    10             NORTHWEST
    11                     Total Operating Expense              17,243,776     16,949,512
    12                     Fee Replacement              3,899,173     2,879,072
    13
    14             SOUTH BEND
    15                     Total Operating Expense              22,157,280     21,772,918
    16                     Fee Replacement              5,658,917     4,178,432
    17
    18             SOUTHEAST
    19                     Total Operating Expense              20,002,235     19,846,717
    20                     Fee Replacement              5,048,022     3,727,359
    21
    22             TOTAL APPROPRIATION - INDIANA UNIVERSITY REGIONAL CAMPUSES
    23                         96,398,467     90,550,133
    24
    25         FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY - PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    26         AT INDIANAPOLIS (IUPUI)
    27             HEALTH DIVISIONS
    28                     Total Operating Expense              104,111,058     102,027,773
    29                     Fee Replacement              4,189,020     4,160,100
    30
    31         FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ON
    32             THE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
    33                     Total Operating Expense              1,565,404     1,603,670
    34
    35             THE CAMPUS OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY-PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE
    36                     Total Operating Expense              1,440,072     1,475,274
    37
    38             THE CAMPUS OF INDIANA UNIVERSITY-NORTHWEST
    39                     Total Operating Expense              2,045,819     2,095,829
    40
    41             THE CAMPUS OF PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    42                     Total Operating Expense              1,826,182     1,870,823
    43
    44             THE CAMPUS OF BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
    45                     Total Operating Expense              1,642,036     1,682,175
    46
    47             THE CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
    48                     Total Operating Expense              1,522,791     1,560,016
    49
    1             THE CAMPUS OF INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
    2                     Total Operating Expense              1,815,496     1,859,876
    3
    4         The Indiana University School of Medicine - Indianapolis shall submit to the Indiana
    5         commission for higher education before May 15 of each year an accountability report
    6         containing data on the number of medical school graduates who entered primary care
    7         physician residencies in Indiana from the school's most recent graduating class.
    8
    9         FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY - PURDUE UNIVERSITY AT INDIANAPOLIS (IUPUI)
    10             GENERAL ACADEMIC DIVISIONS
    11                     Total Operating Expense              80,314,605     80,232,626
    12                     Fee Replacement              20,004,544     13,472,705
    13
    14             TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS - IUPUI
    15                         220,477,027     212,040,867
    16
    17         Transfers of allocations between campuses to correct for errors in allocation among
    18         the campuses of Indiana University can be made by the institution with the approval
    19         of the commission for higher education and the budget agency. Indiana University
    20         shall maintain current operations at all statewide medical education sites.
    21
    22         FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY
    23             ABILENE NETWORK OPERATIONS CENTER
    24                     Total Operating Expense              832,596     832,596
    25
    26             SPINAL CORD AND HEAD INJURY RESEARCH CENTER
    27                 Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Fund (IC 16-41-42.2-3)
    28                     Total Operating Expense              524,230     524,230
    29
    30             STATE DEPARTMENT OF TOXICOLOGY
    31                     Total Operating Expense              2,463,380     2,463,380
    32
    33             INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
    34                     Total Operating Expense              2,477,440     2,477,440
    35
    36             GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
    37                     Total Operating Expense              3,102,244     3,102,244
    38
    39             LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADVISORY COMMISSION
    40                     Total Operating Expense              56,543     56,543
    41
    42             I-LIGHT NETWORK OPERATIONS
    43                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    44                     Total Operating Expense              2,000,000     2,000,000
    45
    46         FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    47             WEST LAFAYETTE
    48                     Total Operating Expense              248,053,173     241,119,004
    49                     Fee Replacement              26,722,911     27,614,524
    1
    2         FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY - REGIONAL CAMPUSES
    3             CALUMET
    4                     Total Operating Expense              27,028,286     26,750,801
    5                     Fee Replacement              1,491,261     1,491,824
    6
    7             NORTH CENTRAL
    8                     Total Operating Expense              11,847,744     12,229,238
    9
    10             TOTAL APPROPRIATION - PURDUE UNIVERSITY REGIONAL CAMPUSES
    11                         40,367,291     40,471,863
    12
    13         FOR INDIANA UNIVERSITY - PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    14             AT FORT WAYNE (IPFW)
    15                     Total Operating Expense              37,378,801     37,816,896
    16                     Fee Replacement              5,995,241     5,980,642
    17
    18         Transfers of allocations between campuses to correct for errors in allocation among
    19         the campuses of Purdue University can be made by the institution with the approval
    20         of the commission for higher education and the budget agency.
    21
    22         FOR PURDUE UNIVERSITY
    23             ANIMAL DISEASE DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY SYSTEM
    24                     Total Operating Expense              3,449,706     3,449,706
    25
    26         The above appropriations shall be used to fund the animal disease diagnostic laboratory
    27         system (ADDL), which consists of the main ADDL at West Lafayette, the bangs disease
    28         testing service at West Lafayette, and the southern branch of ADDL Southern Indiana
    29         Purdue Agricultural Center (SIPAC) in Dubois County. The above appropriations are
    30         in addition to any user charges that may be established and collected under IC 21-46-3-5.
    31         Notwithstanding IC 21-46-3-4, the trustees of Purdue University may approve reasonable
    32         charges for testing for pseudorabies.
    33
    34             STATEWIDE TECHNOLOGY
    35                     Total Operating Expense              6,433,939     6,433,939
    36
    37             COUNTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION EDUCATORS
    38                     Total Operating Expense              7,234,605     7,234,605
    39
    40             AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION - CROSSROADS
    41                     Total Operating Expense              7,238,961     7,238,961
    42
    43             CENTER FOR PARALYSIS RESEARCH
    44                     Total Operating Expense              522,558     522,558
    45
    46             UNIVERSITY-BASED BUSINESS ASSISTANCE
    47                     Total Operating Expense              1,889,039     1,889,039
    48
    49         FOR INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
    1                     Total Operating Expense              72,442,778     71,536,249
    2                     Fee Replacement              8,231,452     9,455,023
    3
    4             NURSING PROGRAM
    5                     Total Operating Expense              240,000     240,000
    6
    7         FOR UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
    8                     Total Operating Expense              39,044,222     39,172,365
    9                     Fee Replacement              11,920,469     11,119,519
    10
    11             HISTORIC NEW HARMONY
    12                     Total Operating Expense              553,428     553,428
    13
    14         FOR BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
    15                     Total Operating Expense              125,529,452     125,182,828
    16                     Fee Replacement              11,543,674     14,296,955
    17
    18             ENTREPRENEURIAL COLLEGE
    19                 From the General Fund
    20                         960,000     960,000
    21                 From the ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    22                         1,000,000     1,000,000
    23
    24         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the American Recovery and Reinvestment
    25         Act are for the following purposes:
    26                     Total Operating Expense              1,960,000     1,960,000
    27
    28             ACADEMY FOR SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, AND HUMANITIES
    29                     Total Operating Expense              4,273,836     4,273,836
    30
    31         FOR VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
    32                     Total Operating Expense              37,420,510     37,190,537
    33                     Fee Replacement              5,275,650     5,282,662
    34
    35         FOR IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
    36                     Total Operating Expense              164,419,166     175,842,161
    37                     Fee Replacement              26,656,511     31,178,968
    38
    39             VALPO NURSING PARTNERSHIP
    40                     Total Operating Expense              100,484     100,484
    41
    42             FT. WAYNE PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING CENTER
    43                     Total Operating Expense              1,000,000     1,000,000
    44
    45         FOR THE INDIANA HIGHER EDUCATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (IHETS)
    46                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    47                     Total Operating Expense              600,000     600,000
    48
    49         The above appropriations do not include funds for the course development grant program.
    1
    2         The sums herein appropriated to Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State
    3         University, University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University,
    4         Ivy Tech Community College, and the Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System
    5         (IHETS) are in addition to all income of said institutions and IHETS, respectively,
    6         from all permanent fees and endowments and from all land grants, fees, earnings,
    7         and receipts, including gifts, grants, bequests, and devises, and receipts from any
    8         miscellaneous sales from whatever source derived.
    9
    10         All such income and all such fees, earnings, and receipts on hand June 30, 2009,
    11         and all such income and fees, earnings, and receipts accruing thereafter are hereby
    12         appropriated to the boards of trustees or directors of the aforementioned institutions
    13         and IHETS and may be expended for any necessary expenses of the respective institutions
    14         and IHETS, including university hospitals, schools of medicine, nurses' training
    15         schools, schools of dentistry, and agricultural extension and experimental stations.
    16         However, such income, fees, earnings, and receipts may be used for land and structures
    17         only if approved by the governor and the budget agency.
    18
    19         The foregoing appropriations to Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State
    20         University, University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University,
    21         Ivy Tech Community College, and IHETS include the employers' share of Social Security
    22         payments for university and IHETS employees under the public employees' retirement
    23         fund, or institutions covered by the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund. The
    24         funds appropriated also include funding for the employers' share of payments to the
    25         public employees' retirement fund and to the Indiana state teachers' retirement fund
    26         at a rate to be established by the retirement funds for both fiscal years for each
    27         institution and for IHETS employees covered by these retirement plans.
    28
    29         The treasurers of Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University,
    30         University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University, and
    31         Ivy Tech Community College shall, at the end of each three (3) month period, prepare
    32         and file with the auditor of state a financial statement that shall show in total
    33         all revenues received from any source, together with a consolidated statement of
    34         disbursements for the same period. The budget director shall establish the requirements
    35         for the form and substance of the reports.
    36
    37         The reports of the treasurer also shall contain in such form and in such detail as
    38         the governor and the budget agency may specify, complete information concerning receipts
    39         from all sources, together with any contracts, agreements, or arrangements with any
    40         federal agency, private foundation, corporation, or other entity from which such
    41         receipts accrue.
    42
    43         All such treasurers' reports are matters of public record and shall include without
    44         limitation a record of the purposes of any and all gifts and trusts with the sole
    45         exception of the names of those donors who request to remain anonymous.
    46
    47         Notwithstanding IC 4-10-11, the auditor of state shall draw warrants to the treasurers
    48         of Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of
    49         Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University, and Ivy Tech Community
    1         College on the basis of vouchers stating the total amount claimed against each fund
    2         or account, or both, but not to exceed the legally made appropriations.
    3
    4         Notwithstanding IC 4-12-1-14, for universities and colleges supported in whole or
    5         in part by state funds, grant applications and lists of applications need only be
    6         submitted upon request to the budget agency for review and approval or disapproval
    7         and, unless disapproved by the budget agency, federal grant funds may be requested
    8         and spent without approval by the budget agency. Each institution shall retain the
    9         applications for a reasonable period of time and submit a list of all grant applications,
    10         at least monthly, to the commission for higher education for informational purposes.
    11
    12         For all university special appropriations, an itemized list of intended expenditures,
    13         in such form as the governor and the budget agency may specify, shall be submitted
    14         to support the allotment request. All budget requests for university special appropriations
    15         shall be furnished in a like manner and as a part of the operating budgets of the
    16         state universities.
    17
    18         The trustees of Indiana University, the trustees of Purdue University, the trustees
    19         of Indiana State University, the trustees of University of Southern Indiana, the
    20         trustees of Ball State University, the trustees of Vincennes University, the trustees
    21         of Ivy Tech Community College and the directors of IHETS are hereby authorized to
    22         accept federal grants, subject to IC 4-12-1.
    23
    24         Fee replacement funds are to be distributed as requested by each institution, on
    25         payment due dates, subject to available appropriations.
    26
    27         FOR THE MEDICAL EDUCATION BOARD
    28             FAMILY PRACTICE RESIDENCY FUND
    29                     Total Operating Expense              2,247,056     2,247,056
    30
    31         Of the foregoing appropriations for the medical education board-family practice residency
    32         fund, $1,000,000 each year shall be used for grants for the purpose of improving
    33         family practice residency programs serving medically underserved areas.
    34
    35         FOR THE COMMISSION FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
    36                     Total Operating Expense              1,476,735     1,476,735
    37
    38             STATEWIDE TRANSFER WEB SITE
    39                     Total Operating Expense              644,293     644,293
    40
    41         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
    42             ANIMAL DISEASE DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY LEASE RENTAL
    43                     Total Operating Expense              1,045,098     1,046,630
    44
    45             COLUMBUS LEARNING CENTER LEASE PAYMENT
    46                     Total Operating Expense              4,988,000     4,934,000
    47
    48         FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    49             MEDICAL EDUCATION CENTER EXPANSION
    1                     Total Operating Expense              3,000,000     3,000,000
    2
    3         The above appropriations for medical education center expansion are intended to help
    4         increase medical school class size on a statewide basis. The funds shall be used
    5         to help increase enrollment for years 1 and 2 and to provide clinical instruction
    6         for years 3 and 4. The funds shall be distributed to the nine (9) existing medical
    7         education centers in proportion to the increase in enrollment for each center. The
    8         budget agency shall release the funds after a plan is submitted and favorably reviewed
    9         by the budget committee.
    10
    11             TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
    12                     Total Operating Expense              2,500,000     2,500,000
    13
    14         The above appropriation for technical assistance and advanced manufacturing is intended
    15         to be used to expand post graduate pharmacy residency training and post graduate
    16         biomedical engineering specialization and for a technical assistance program for
    17         cost containment through the healthcare technology assistance program at Purdue University.
    18         Funds shall be released after favorable review by the budget committee.
    19
    20             CORE RESEARCH
    21                     Total Operating Expense              7,500,000     7,500,000
    22
    23         The above appropriations for core research are intended to fund facilities, equipment,
    24         researchers, and related expenses at Purdue University and Indiana University to
    25         conduct basic research in the core life sciences that are aligned with Indiana's
    26         major bioscience employment sectors. Those sectors include pharmaceutical, biotech,
    27         medical devices and equipment, orthopedics, and agricultural feedstock and chemicals.
    28         Funds shall be released after favorable review by the budget committee. Purdue University
    29         and Indiana University shall report to the budget committee on the status of the
    30         program one (1) year after the funds are released.
    31
    32             GIGAPOP PROJECT
    33                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    34                     Total Operating Expense              771,951     771,951
    35
    36             SOUTH CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL ALLIANCE - BEDFORD SERVICE AREA
    37                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    38                     Total Operating Expense              395,266     395,266
    39
    40             SOUTHEAST INDIANA EDUCATION SERVICES
    41                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    42                     Total Operating Expense              695,226     695,226
    43
    44             DEGREE LINK
    45                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    46                     Total Operating Expense              541,465     541,465
    47
    48         The above appropriations shall be used for the delivery of Indiana State University
    49         baccalaureate degree programs at Ivy Tech Community College and Vincennes University
    1         locations through Degree Link.
    2
    3             WORKFORCE CENTERS
    4                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    5                     Total Operating Expense              862,110     862,110
    6
    7             MIDWEST HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION
    8                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    9                     Total Operating Expense              95,000     95,000
    10
    11         FOR THE STATE STUDENT ASSISTANCE COMMISSION
    12                     Total Operating Expense              1,073,337     1,073,337
    13             FREEDOM OF CHOICE GRANTS
    14                     Total Operating Expense              49,010,522     50,480,838
    15             HIGHER EDUCATION AWARD PROGRAM
    16                     Total Operating Expense              143,700,712     148,011,733
    17             NURSING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    18                     Total Operating Expense              418,389     418,389
    19             HOOSIER SCHOLAR PROGRAM
    20                     Total Operating Expense              404,500     404,500
    21
    22         For the higher education awards and freedom of choice grants made for the 2009-2011
    23         biennium, the following guidelines shall be used, notwithstanding current administrative
    24         rule or practice:
    25         (1) Financial Need: For purposes of these awards, financial need shall be limited
    26         to actual undergraduate tuition and fees for the prior academic year as established
    27         by the commission.
    28         (2) Maximum Base Award: The maximum award shall not exceed the lesser of:
    29         (A) eighty percent (80%) of actual prior academic year undergraduate tuition and
    30         fees; or
    31         (B) eighty percent (80%) of the sum of the highest prior academic year undergraduate
    32         tuition and fees at any public institution of higher education and the lowest appropriation
    33         per full-time equivalent (FTE) undergraduate student at any public institution of
    34         higher education.
    35         (3) Minimum Award: No actual award shall be less than $400.
    36         (4) Award Size: A student's maximum award shall be reduced one (1) time:
    37         (A) for dependent students, by the expected contribution from parents based upon
    38         information submitted on the financial aid application form; and
    39         (B) for independent students, by the expected contribution derived from information
    40         submitted on the financial aid application form.
    41         (5) Award Adjustment: The maximum base award may be adjusted by the commission, for
    42         any eligible recipient who fulfills college preparation requirements defined by the
    43         commission.
    44         (6) Adjustment:
    45         (A) If the dollar amounts of eligible awards exceed appropriations and program reserves,
    46         all awards may be adjusted by the commission by reducing the maximum award under
    47         subdivision (2)(A) or (2)(B).
    48         (B) If appropriations and program reserves are sufficient and the maximum awards
    49         are not at the levels described in subdivision (2)(A) and (2)(B), all awards may
    1         be adjusted by the commission by proportionally increasing the awards to the maximum
    2         award under that subdivision so that parity between those maxima is maintained but
    3         not exceeded.
    4
    5         For the Hoosier scholar program for the 2009-2011 biennium, each award shall not
    6         exceed five hundred dollars ($500) and shall be made available for one (1) year only.
    7         Receipt of this award shall not reduce any other award received under any state funded
    8         student assistance program.
    9
    10             STATUTORY FEE REMISSION
    11                     Total Operating Expense              20,557,932     20,557,932
    12
    13             PART-TIME STUDENT GRANT DISTRIBUTION
    14                     Total Operating Expense              5,462,100     5,462,100
    15
    16         Priority for awards made from the above appropriation shall be given first to eligible
    17         students meeting TANF income eligibility guidelines as determined by the family and
    18         social services administration and second to eligible students who received awards
    19         from the part-time grant fund during the school year associated with the biennial budget
    20         year. Funds remaining shall be distributed according to procedures established by the
    21         commission. The maximum grant that an applicant may receive for a particular academic
    22         term shall be established by the commission but shall in no case be greater than a grant
    23         for which an applicant would be eligible under IC 21-12-3 if the applicant were a
    24         full-time student. The commission shall collect and report to the family and social
    25         services administration (FSSA) all data required for FSSA to meet the data collection
    26         and reporting requirements in 45 CFR Part 265.
    27
    28         The family and social services administration, division of family resources, shall
    29         apply all qualifying expenditures for the part-time grant program toward Indiana's
    30         maintenance of effort under the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
    31         program (45 CFR 260 et seq.).
    32
    33             CONTRACT FOR INSTRUCTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA
    34                     Total Operating Expense              458,253     458,253
    35             MINORITY TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
    36                     Total Operating Expense              415,919     415,919
    37             COLLEGE WORK STUDY PROGRAM
    38                     Total Operating Expense              837,719     837,719
    39             21ST CENTURY ADMINISTRATION
    40                     Total Operating Expense              2,102,648     2,102,648
    41             21ST CENTURY SCHOLAR AWARDS
    42                     Total Operating Expense              27,314,852     28,134,298
    43                 Augmentation for 21st Century Scholar Awards allowed from the general fund.
    44
    45         The commission shall collect and report to the family and social services administration
    46         (FSSA) all data required for FSSA to meet the data collection and reporting requirements
    47         in 45 CFR 265.
    48
    49         Family and social services administration, division of family resources, shall apply
    1         all qualifying expenditures for the 21st century scholars program toward Indiana's
    2         maintenance of effort under the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
    3         program (45 CFR 260 et seq.)
    4
    5             NATIONAL GUARD SCHOLARSHIP
    6                     Total Operating Expense              2,874,264     2,874,264
    7
    8         The above appropriations for national guard scholarship and any program reserves
    9         existing on June 30, 2009, shall be the total allowable state expenditure for the
    10         program in the 2009-2011 biennium. If the dollar amounts of eligible awards exceed
    11         appropriations and program reserves, the state student assistance commission shall
    12         develop a plan to ensure that the total dollar amount does not exceed the above appropriations
    13         and any program reserves.
    14
    15             INSURANCE EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
    16                 Insurance Education Scholarship Fund (IC 21-12-9-5)
    17                     Total Operating Expense              100,000     100,000
    18                 Augmentation allowed.
    19
    20         B. ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
    21
    22         FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
    23             STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
    24                     Total Operating Expense              3,144,762     3,144,762
    25
    26         The foregoing appropriations for the Indiana state board of education are for the
    27         education roundtable established by IC 20-19-4; for the academic standards project
    28         to distribute copies of the academic standards and provide teachers with curriculum
    29         frameworks; for special evaluation and research projects including national and international
    30         assessments; and for state board and roundtable administrative expenses.
    31
    32             SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE
    33                 From the General Fund
    34                         8,495,125     8,495,125
    35                 From the Professional Standards Fund (IC 20-28-2-8)
    36                         395,000     395,000
    37                 Augmentation allowed from the Professional Standards Fund.
    38
    39         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Professional Standards Fund are
    40         for the following purposes:
    41
    42                     Personal Services              5,895,372     5,895,372
    43                     Other Operating Expense              2,994,753     2,994,753
    44
    45             PUBLIC TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION
    46                     Total Operating Expense              2,576,000     2,576,000
    47
    48         These appropriations are for grants for public television. The Indiana Public Broadcasting
    49         Stations, Inc., shall submit a distribution plan for the eight Indiana public education
    1         television stations that shall be approved by the budget agency after review by the
    2         budget committee. Of the above appropriations, $368,000 each year shall be distributed
    3         equally among the eight radio stations.
    4
    5             WOODROW WILSON TEACHING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
    6                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    7                     Total Operating Expense              5,000,000     0
    8
    9         The foregoing appropriation for the Woodrow Wilson teaching fellowship program shall
    10         be used for new math and science teachers for underserved areas.
    11
    12             RILEY HOSPITAL
    13                     Total Operating Expense              27,900     27,900
    14             BEST BUDDIES
    15                     Total Operating Expense              250,000     250,000
    16             MOTORCYCLE OPERATOR SAFETY EDUCATION FUND
    17                 Safety Education Fund (IC 20-30-13-11)
    18                     Personal Services              154,388     154,388
    19                     Other Operating Expense              829,642     829,642
    20
    21         The foregoing appropriations for the motorcycle operator safety education fund are
    22         from the motorcycle operator safety education fund created by IC 20-30-13-11.
    23
    24             SCHOOL TRAFFIC SAFETY
    25                 Motor Vehicle Highway Account (IC 8-14-1)
    26                     Personal Services              224,364     224,364
    27                     Other Operating Expense              28,119     28,119
    28                 Augmentation allowed.
    29             EDUCATION LICENSE PLATE FEES
    30                 Education License Plate Fees Fund (IC 9-18-31)
    31                     Total Operating Expense              141,200     141,200
    32             ACCREDITATION SYSTEM
    33                     Personal Services              566,462     566,462
    34                     Other Operating Expense              283,966     283,966
    35             SPECIAL EDUCATION (S-5)
    36                     Total Operating Expense              24,750,000     24,750,000
    37
    38         The foregoing appropriations for special education are made under IC 20-35-6-2.
    39
    40             SPECIAL EDUCATION EXCISE
    41                 Alcoholic Beverage Excise Tax Funds (IC 20-35-4-4)
    42                     Personal Services              386,527     386,527
    43                 Augmentation allowed.
    44             CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
    45                     Personal Services              1,390,117     1,390,117
    46                     Other Operating Expense              36,828     36,828
    47             ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM
    48                     Other Operating Expense              953,284     953,284
    49
    1         The above appropriations for the Advanced Placement Program are to provide funding
    2         for students of accredited public and nonpublic schools.
    3
    4             PSAT PROGRAM
    5                     Other Operating Expense              717,449     717,449
    6
    7         The above appropriations for the PSAT program are to provide funding for students
    8         of accredited public and nonpublic schools.
    9
    10             EDUCATION SERVICE CENTERS
    11                     Total Operating Expense              1,100,000     1
    12
    13         No appropriation made for an education service center shall be distributed to the
    14         administering school corporation of the center unless each participating school corporation
    15         of the center contracts to pay to the center at least three dollars ($3) per student
    16         for fiscal year 2009-2010 based on the school corporation's ADM count as reported
    17         for school aid distribution in the fall of 2008 and at least three dollars ($3) per
    18         student for fiscal year 2010-2011, based on the school corporation's ADM count as
    19         reported for school aid distribution beginning in the fall of 2009. Before notification
    20         of education service centers of the formula and components of the formula for distributing
    21         funds for education service centers, review and approval of the formula and components
    22         must be made by the budget agency.
    23
    24             TRANSFER TUITION (STATE EMPLOYEES' CHILDREN AND ELIGIBLE
    25             CHILDREN IN MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES)
    26                     Total Operating Expense              25,000     25,000
    27
    28         The foregoing appropriations for transfer tuition (state employees' children and
    29         eligible children in mental health facilities) are made under IC 20-26-11-8 and
    30         IC 20-26-11-10.
    31
    32             TEACHERS' SOCIAL SECURITY AND RETIREMENT DISTRIBUTION
    33                     Total Operating Expense              2,403,792     2,403,792
    34
    35         The foregoing appropriations shall be distributed by the department of education
    36         on a monthly basis and in approximately equal payments to special education cooperatives,
    37         area career and technical education schools, and other governmental entities that
    38         received state teachers' Social Security distributions for certified education personnel
    39         (excluding the certified education personnel funded through federal grants) during
    40         the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1992, and ending June 30, 1993, and for the units
    41         under the Indiana state teacher's retirement fund, the amount they received during
    42         the 2002-2003 state fiscal year for teachers' retirement. If the total amount to
    43         be distributed is greater than the total appropriation, the department of education
    44         shall reduce each entity's distribution proportionately.
    45
    46             DISTRIBUTION FOR TUITION SUPPORT
    47                     Total Operating Expense              6,400,815,650     6,524,650,000
    48
    49         After July 1, 2009, but before June 30, 2011, the state budget agency shall transfer
    1         six hundred ten million dollars ($610,000,000) from the state tuition reserve fund
    2         to the state general fund to support the foregoing appropriations. The $610,000,000
    3         represents the ARRA(a) monies used to restore state support and fund the CY 2009
    4         tuition support distribution pursuant to the school funding formula contained in
    5         HEA 1001-2007.
    6
    7         The foregoing appropriations for distribution for tuition support are to be distributed
    8         for tuition support, special education programs, career and technical education programs,
    9         honors grants, and the primetime program in accordance with a statute enacted
    10         for this purpose during the 2009 session of the general assembly.
    11
    12         If the above appropriations for distribution for tuition support are more than are
    13         required under this SECTION, any excess shall revert to the general fund.
    14
    15         The above appropriations for tuition support shall be made each calendar year under
    16         a schedule set by the budget agency and approved by the governor. However, the schedule
    17         shall provide for at least twelve (12) payments, that one (1) payment shall be made
    18         at least every forty (40) days, and the aggregate of the payments in each calendar
    19         year shall equal the amount required under the statute enacted for the purpose referred
    20         to above.
    21
    22             DISTRIBUTION FOR SUMMER SCHOOL
    23                     Other Operating Expense              18,360,000     18,360,000
    24
    25         It is the intent of the 2009 general assembly that the above appropriations for summer
    26         school shall be the total allowable state expenditure for such program. Therefore,
    27         if the expected disbursements are anticipated to exceed the total appropriation for
    28         that state fiscal year, then the department of education shall reduce the distributions
    29         proportionately.
    30
    31             EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM AND READING DIAGNOSTIC ASSESSMENT
    32                     Total Operating Expense              4,720,000     4,720,000
    33
    34         The above appropriation for the early intervention program may be used for grants
    35         to local school corporations for grant proposals for early intervention programs.
    36
    37         The foregoing appropriations may be used by the department for the reading diagnostic
    38         assessment and subsequent remedial programs or activities. The reading diagnostic
    39         assessment program, as approved by the board, is to be made available on a voluntary
    40         basis to all Indiana public and nonpublic school first and second grade students
    41         upon the approval of the governing body of school corporations. The board shall determine
    42         how the funds will be distributed for the assessment and related remediation. The
    43         department or its representative shall provide progress reports on the assessment
    44         as requested by the board and the education roundtable.
    45
    46             SCHOOL CIRCUIT BREAKER REPLACEMENT CREDITS
    47                     Total Operating Expense              45,000,000     30,000,000
    48
    49         The above appropriations for school circuit breaker replacement credits replace the
    1         appropriations in HEA 1001-2008, SECTION 857.
    2
    3             ADULT EDUCATION DISTRIBUTION
    4                     Total Operating Expense              14,000,000     14,000,000
    5
    6         It is the intent of the 2009 general assembly that the above appropriations for adult
    7         education shall be the total allowable state expenditure for such program. Therefore,
    8         if the expected disbursements are anticipated to exceed the total appropriation for
    9         a state fiscal year, the department of education shall reduce the distributions proportionately.
    10
    11             NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
    12                     Total Operating Expense              5,400,000     5,400,000
    13             MARION COUNTY DESEGREGATION COURT ORDER
    14                     Total Operating Expense              18,000,000     18,000,000
    15
    16         The foregoing appropriations for court ordered desegregation costs are made pursuant
    17         to order No. IP 68-C-225-S of the United States District Court for the Southern District
    18         of Indiana. If the sums herein appropriated are insufficient to enable the state
    19         to meet its obligations, then there are hereby appropriated from the state general
    20         fund such further sums as may be necessary for such purpose.
    21
    22             TEXTBOOK REIMBURSEMENT
    23                      Total Operating Expense              39,000,000     39,000,000
    24
    25         Before a school corporation or an accredited nonpublic school may receive a distribution
    26         under the textbook reimbursement program, the school corporation or accredited nonpublic
    27         school shall provide to the department the requirements established in IC 20-33-5-2.
    28         The department shall provide to the family and social services administration (FSSA)
    29         all data required for FSSA to meet the data collection reporting requirement in 45
    30         CFR 265. Family and social services administration, division of family resources,
    31         shall apply all qualifying expenditures for the textbook reimbursement program toward
    32         Indiana's maintenance of effort under the federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families
    33         (TANF) program (45 CFR 260 et seq.).
    34
    35         The foregoing appropriations for textbook reimbursement include the appropriation of the
    36         common school fund interest balance. The remainder of the above appropriations are
    37         provided from the state general fund.
    38
    39             FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN
    40                     Total Operating Expense              58,500,000     58,500,000
    41
    42         The above appropriations for full day kindergarten are available to school corporations
    43         and charter schools that apply to the department of education for funding of full day
    44         kindergarten. The amount available to a school corporation or charter school equals
    45         the amount appropriated divided by the total full day kindergarten enrollment of
    46         all participating school corporations and charter schools (as defined in IC 20-43-1-11)
    47         for the current year, and then multiplied by the school corporation's or charter
    48         school's full day kindergarten enrollment (as defined in IC 20-43-1-11) for the
    49         current year. However, a school corporation or charter school may not receive more
    1         than $2,500 dollars per student for full day kindergarten. A school corporation or
    2         charter school that is awarded a grant must provide to the department of education
    3         a financial report stating how the funds were spent. Any unspent funds at the end
    4         of the biennium must be returned to the state by the school corporation or charter
    5         school.
    6
    7         To provide full day kindergarten programs, a school corporation or charter school
    8         that determines there is inadequate space to offer a program in the school corporation's
    9         or charter school's existing facilities may offer the program in any suitable space
    10         located within the geographic boundaries of the school corporation or, in the case
    11         of a charter school, a location that is in the general vicinity of the charter school's
    12         existing facilities. A full day kindergarten program offered by a school corporation
    13         or charter school must meet the academic standards and other requirements of IC 20.
    14
    15         A school corporation or charter school that receives a grant must meet the academic standards
    16         and other requirements of IC 20.
    17
    18         In awarding grants from the above appropriations, the department of education may
    19         not refuse to make a grant to a school corporation or reduce the award that would
    20         otherwise be made to the school corporation because the school corporation used federal
    21         grants or loans, including Title I grants, to fund part or all of the school corporation's
    22         full day kindergarten program in a school year before the school year in which the
    23         grant will be given or because the school corporation intends to use federal grants
    24         or loans, including Title I grants, to fund part of the school corporation's full
    25         day kindergarten program in a school year in which the grant will be given.
    26
    27         The state board and department shall provide support to school corporations and charter
    28         schools in the development and implementation of child centered and learning focused
    29         programs using the following methods:
    30             (1) Targeting professional development funds to provide teachers in kindergarten
    31             through grade 3 education in:
    32                 (A) scientifically proven methods of teaching reading;
    33                 (B) the use of data to guide instruction; and
    34                 (C) the use of age appropriate literacy and mathematics assessments.
    35             (2) Making uniform, predictively valid, observational assessments that:
    36                 (A) provide frequent information concerning the student's progress to the student's
    37                 teacher; and
    38                 (B) measure the student's progress in literacy;
    39             available to teachers in kindergarten through grade 3. Teachers shall monitor students
    40             participating in a program, and the school corporation or charter school shall report
    41             the results of the assessments to the parents of a child completing an assessment
    42             and to the department.
    43             (3) Undertaking a longitudinal study of students in programs in Indiana to determine
    44             the achievement levels of the students in kindergarten and later grades.
    45
    46         The school corporation or charter school may use any funds otherwise allowable under
    47         state and federal law, including the school corporation's general fund, any funds
    48         available to the charter school, or voluntary parent fees, to provide full day kindergarten
    49         programs.
    1
    2             TESTING AND REMEDIATION
    3                     Total Operating Expense              39,000,000     39,000,000
    4
    5         Prior to notification of local school corporations of the formula and components
    6         of the formula for distributing funds for remediation, review and approval of the
    7         formula and components shall be made by the budget agency.
    8
    9         The above appropriation for testing and remediation shall be used by school corporations
    10         to provide remediation programs for students who attend public and nonpublic schools.
    11         For purposes of tuition support, these students are not to be counted in the average
    12         daily membership.
    13
    14             GRADUATION EXAM REMEDIATION
    15                     Other Operating Expense              4,958,910     4,958,910
    16
    17         Prior to notification of local school corporations of the formula and components
    18         of the formula for distributing funds for graduation exam remediation, review and
    19         approval of the formula and components shall be made by the budget agency.
    20
    21             SPECIAL EDUCATION PRESCHOOL
    22                     Total Operating Expense              19,200,000     0
    23
    24         The above appropriations shall be distributed to guarantee a minimum of $2,750 per
    25         child enrolled in special education preschool programs. It is the intent of the 2009
    26         general assembly that the above appropriations for special education preschool shall
    27         be the total allowable expenditure for such program. Therefore, if the expected
    28         disbursements are anticipated to exceed the total appropriation for that state fiscal
    29         year, then the department of education shall reduce the distributions proportionately.
    30
    31             NON-ENGLISH SPEAKING PROGRAM
    32                     Other Operating Expense              6,965,055     6,965,055
    33
    34         The above appropriations for the Non-English Speaking Program are for pupils who
    35         have a primary language other than English and limited English proficiency, as determined
    36         by using a standard proficiency examination that has been approved by the department
    37         of education.
    38
    39         The grant amount is two hundred dollars ($200) per pupil. It is the intent of the
    40         2009 general assembly that the above appropriations for the Non-English Speaking
    41         Program shall be the total allowable state expenditure for the program. If the expected
    42         distributions are anticipated to exceed the total appropriations for the state fiscal
    43         year, the department of education shall reduce each school corporation's distribution
    44         proportionately.
    45
    46             GIFTED AND TALENTED EDUCATION PROGRAM
    47                     Personal Services              148,024     148,024
    48                     Other Operating Expense              12,788,157     12,788,157
    49
    1             DISTRIBUTION FOR ADULT VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
    2                     Total Operating Expense              250,000     250,000
    3
    4         The distribution for adult career and technical education programs shall be made
    5         in accordance with the state plan for vocational education.
    6
    7             PRIMETIME
    8                     Personal Services              202,136     202,136
    9                     Other Operating Expense              32,053     32,053
    10             DRUG FREE SCHOOLS
    11                     Personal Services              46,203     46,203
    12                     Other Operating Expense              20,451     20,451
    13             PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DISTRIBUTION
    14                     Other Operating Expense              10,000,000     10,000,000
    15
    16         The foregoing appropriation for professional development distribution includes schools
    17         defined under IC 20-31-2-8.
    18
    19             ALTERNATIVE EDUCATION
    20                     Total Operating Expense              6,580,319     6,580,319
    21
    22         The above appropriation includes funding to provide $5,000 for each child attending
    23         a charter school operated by an accredited hospital specializing in the treatment
    24         of alcohol or drug abuse. This funding is in addition to tuition support for the
    25         charter school.
    26
    27         The foregoing appropriation for alternative education may be used for dropout prevention.
    28
    29             SENATOR DAVID C. FORD EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM (IC 20-20-13)
    30                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    31                     Total Operating Expense              5,000,000     0
    32                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    33                     Total Operating Expense              3,809,965     3,809,965
    34
    35         Of the foregoing appropriation, five million dollars ($5,000,000) shall be used to
    36         support start-up costs to establish New Tech High Schools in Indiana.
    37
    38         Of the above appropriations for the Senator David C. Ford Educational Technology
    39         Program, $825,000 shall be allocated each year to the buddy system. The department
    40         shall use the remaining funds to make grants to school corporations to promote student
    41         learning through the use of technology. Notwithstanding distribution guidelines in
    42         IC 20-20-13, the department shall develop guidelines for distribution of the grants.
    43         Up to $200,000 may be used each year to support the operation of the office of the
    44         special assistant to the superintendent of public instruction for technology.
    45
    46             PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS DIVISION
    47                 From the General Fund
    48                         2,882,513     2,882,513
    49                 From the Professional Standards Fund (IC 20-28-2-8)
    1                         1,000,000     1,000,000
    2                 Augmentation allowed.
    3
    4         The amounts specified from the General Fund and the Professional Standards Fund are for
    5         the following purposes:
    6
    7                     Personal Services              2,243,571     2,243,571
    8                     Other Operating Expense              1,638,942     1,638,942
    9
    10         The above appropriations for the Professional Standards Division do not include funds
    11         to pay stipends for mentor teachers.
    12
    13         FOR THE INDIANA STATE TEACHERS' RETIREMENT FUND
    14             POSTRETIREMENT PENSION INCREASES
    15                     Other Operating Expense              58,190,084     60,517,687
    16
    17         The appropriations for postretirement pension increases are made for those benefits
    18         and adjustments provided in IC 5-10.4 and IC 5-10.2-5.
    19
    20             TEACHERS' RETIREMENT FUND DISTRIBUTION
    21                     Other Operating Expense              629,116,164     654,280,810
    22                 Augmentation allowed.
    23
    24         If the amount actually required under the pre-1996 account of the teachers' retirement
    25         fund for actual benefits for the Post Retirement Pension Increases that are funded
    26         on a "pay as you go" basis plus the base benefits under the pre-1996 account of the
    27         teachers' retirement fund is:
    28             (1) greater than the above appropriations for a year, after notice to the
    29             governor and the budget agency of the deficiency, the above appropriation for
    30             the year shall be augmented from the general fund. Any augmentation shall
    31             be included in the required pension stabilization calculation under IC 5-10.4; or
    32             (2) less than the above appropriations for a year, the excess shall be retained
    33             in the general fund. The portion of the benefit funded by the annuity account
    34             and the actuarially funded Post Retirement Pension Increases shall not be part
    35             of this calculation.
    36
    37         C. OTHER EDUCATION
    38
    39         FOR THE EDUCATION EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS BOARD
    40                     Personal Services              587,688     587,688
    41                     Other Operating Expense              52,720     52,720
    42
    43         FOR THE STATE LIBRARY
    44                     Personal Services              2,589,615     2,589,615
    45                     Other Operating Expense              850,689     850,689
    46             STATEWIDE LIBRARY SERVICES
    47                     Total Operating Expense              1,593,503     1,593,503
    48
    49         The foregoing appropriations for statewide library services will be used to provide services
    1         to libraries across the state. These services may include, but will not be limited to, programs
    2         including Wheels, I*Ask, and professional development. The state library shall identify
    3         statewide library services that are to be provided by a vendor. Those services identified
    4         by the library shall be procured through a competitive process using one (1) or more
    5         requests for proposals covering the service.
    6
    7             LIBRARY SERVICES FOR THE BLIND - ELECTRONIC NEWSLINES
    8                     Other Operating Expense              36,400     36,400
    9             ACADEMY OF SCIENCE
    10                     Total Operating Expense              8,811     8,811
    11
    12         FOR THE ARTS COMMISSION
    13                     Personal Services              418,557     418,557
    14                     Other Operating Expense              2,783,811     2,783,811
    15
    16         The foregoing appropriation to the arts commission includes $325,000 each year to
    17         provide grants under IC 4-23-2.5 to:
    18         (1) the arts organizations that have most recently qualified for general operating
    19         support as major arts organizations as determined by the arts commission;
    20         and
    21         (2) the significant regional organizations that have most recently qualified for
    22         general operating support as mid-major arts organizations, as determined by the
    23         arts commission and its regional re-granting partners.
    24
    25         FOR THE HISTORICAL BUREAU
    26                     Personal Services              361,055     361,055
    27                     Other Operating Expense              10,479     10,479
    28             HISTORICAL MARKER PROGRAM
    29                     Total Operating Expense                        25,444
    30
    31         FOR THE COMMISSION ON PROPRIETARY EDUCATION
    32                     Personal Services              299,783     299,783
    33                     Other Operating Expense              22,040     22,040
    34
    35     SECTION 10. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    36
    37         DISTRIBUTIONS
    38
    39         FOR THE AUDITOR OF STATE
    40             HEA 1001 (2008) HOMESTEAD CREDITS
    41                     Total Operating Expense              110,000,000     40,000,000
    42
    43         The above appropriations are for additional homestead credits for property taxes
    44         paid in 2009 and 2010. ARRA(b) funds determined by the budget agency to be available
    45         shall be used to make the distributions.
    46
    47             GAMING TAX
    48                     Total Operating Expense              139,753,902     139,753,902
    49
    1     SECTION 11. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    2
    3         The following allocations of federal funds are available for vocational and technical
    4         education under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998
    5         (20 U.S.C. 2301 et seq. for Vocational and Technical Education) (20 U.S.C. 2371
    6         for Tech Prep Education). These funds shall be received by the department of workforce
    7         development, commission on vocational and technical education, and shall be allocated
    8         by the budget agency after consultation with the commission on vocational and technical
    9         education, the department of education, the commission for higher education, and
    10         the department of correction. Funds shall be allocated to these agencies in accordance
    11         with the allocations specified below:
    12
    13             STATE PROGRAMS AND LEADERSHIP
    14                         2,557,290     2,557,290
    15             SECONDARY VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS
    16                         14,318,661     14,318,661
    17             POSTSECONDARY VOCATIONAL PROGRAMS
    18                         8,202,039     8,202,039
    19             TECHNOLOGY - PREPARATION EDUCATION
    20                         2,463,650     2,463,650
    21
    22     SECTION 12. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    23
    24         In accordance with IC 22-4.1-13, the budget agency, with the advice of the commission
    25         on vocational and technical education and the budget committee, may augment or reduce
    26         an allocation of federal funds made under SECTION 11 of this act.
    27
    28     SECTION 13. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    29
    30         Utility bills for the month of June, travel claims covering the period June 16 to
    31         June 30, payroll for the period of the last half of June, any interdepartmental bills
    32         for supplies or services for the month of June, and any other miscellaneous expenses
    33         incurred during the period June 16 to June 30 shall be charged to the appropriation
    34         for the succeeding year. No interdepartmental bill shall be recorded as a refund
    35         of expenditure to any current year allotment account for supplies or services rendered
    36         or delivered at any time during the preceding June period.
    37
    38     SECTION 14. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    39
    40         The budget agency, under IC 4-10-11, IC 4-12-1-13, and IC 4-13-1, in cooperation
    41         with the Indiana department of administration, may fix the amount of reimbursement
    42         for traveling expenses (other than transportation) for travel within the limits of
    43         Indiana. This amount may not exceed actual lodging and miscellaneous expenses incurred.
    44         A person in travel status, as defined by the state travel policies and procedures
    45         established by the Indiana department of administration and the budget agency, is
    46         entitled to a meal allowance not to exceed during any twenty-four (24) hour period
    47         the standard meal allowances established by the federal Internal Revenue Service.
    48
    49         All appropriations provided by this act or any other statute, for traveling and hotel
    1         expenses for any department, officer, agent, employee, person, trustee, or commissioner,
    2         are to be used only for travel within the state of Indiana, unless those expenses
    3         are incurred in traveling outside the state of Indiana on trips that previously have
    4         received approval as required by the state travel policies and procedures established
    5         by the Indiana department of administration and the budget agency. With the required
    6         approval, a reimbursement for out-of-state travel expenses may be granted in an amount
    7         not to exceed actual lodging and miscellaneous expenses incurred. A person in travel
    8         status is entitled to a meal allowance not to exceed during any twenty-four (24)
    9         hour period the standard meal allowances established by the federal Internal Revenue
    10         Service for properly approved travel within the continental United States and a minimum
    11         of $50 during any twenty-four (24) hour period for properly approved travel outside
    12         the continental United States. However, while traveling in Japan, the minimum meal
    13         allowance shall not be less than $90 for any twenty-four (24) hour period. While
    14         traveling in Korea and Taiwan, the minimum meal allowance shall not be less than
    15         $85 for any twenty-four (24) hour period. While traveling in Singapore, China, Great
    16         Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, and France, the minimum meal allowance shall not
    17         be less than $65 for any twenty-four (24) hour period.
    18
    19         In the case of the state supported institutions of postsecondary education, approval
    20         for out-of-state travel may be given by the chief executive officer of the institution,
    21         or the chief executive officer's authorized designee, for the chief executive officer's
    22         respective personnel.
    23
    24         Before reimbursing overnight travel expenses, the auditor of state shall require
    25         documentation as prescribed in the state travel policies and procedures established
    26         by the Indiana department of administration and the budget agency. No appropriation
    27         from any fund may be construed as authorizing the payment of any sum in excess of
    28         the standard mileage rates for personally owned transportation equipment established
    29         by the federal Internal Revenue Service when used in the discharge of state business.
    30         The Indiana department of administration and the budget agency may adopt policies
    31         and procedures relative to the reimbursement of travel and moving expenses of new
    32         state employees and the reimbursement of travel expenses of prospective employees
    33         who are invited to interview with the state.
    34
    35     SECTION 15. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    36
    37         Notwithstanding IC 4-10-11-2.1, the salary per diem of members of boards, commissions,
    38         and councils who are entitled to a salary per diem is $50 per day. However, members
    39         of boards, commissions, or councils who receive an annual or a monthly salary paid
    40         by the state are not entitled to the salary per diem provided in IC 4-10-11-2.1.
    41
    42     SECTION 16. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    43
    44         No payment for personal services shall be made by the auditor of state unless the
    45         payment has been approved by the budget agency or the designee of the budget agency.
    46
    47     SECTION 17. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    48
    49         No warrant for operating expenses, capital outlay, or fixed charges shall be issued
    1         to any department or an institution unless the receipts of the department or institution
    2         have been deposited into the state treasury for the month. However, if a department
    3         or an institution has more than $10,000 in daily receipts, the receipts shall be
    4         deposited into the state treasury daily.
    5
    6     SECTION 18. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    7
    8         In case of loss by fire or any other cause involving any state institution or department,
    9         the proceeds derived from the settlement of any claim for the loss shall be deposited
    10         in the state treasury, and the amount deposited is hereby reappropriated to the institution
    11         or department for the purpose of replacing the loss. If it is determined that the
    12         loss shall not be replaced, any funds received from the settlement of a claim shall
    13         be deposited into the state general fund.
    14
    15     SECTION 19. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    16
    17         If an agency has computer equipment in excess of the needs of that agency, then the
    18         excess computer equipment may be sold under the provisions of surplus property sales,
    19         and the proceeds of the sale or sales shall be deposited in the state treasury. The
    20         amount so deposited is hereby reappropriated to that agency for other operating expenses
    21         of the then current year, if approved by the director of the budget agency.
    22
    23     SECTION 20. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    24
    25         If any state penal or benevolent institution other than the Indiana state prison,
    26         Pendleton correctional facility, or Putnamville correctional facility shall, in the
    27         operation of its farms, produce products or commodities in excess of the needs of
    28         the institution, the surplus may be sold through the division of industries and farms,
    29         the director of the supply division of the Indiana department of administration,
    30         or both. The proceeds of any such sale or sales shall be deposited in the state treasury.
    31         The amount deposited is hereby reappropriated to the institution for expenses of
    32         the then current year if approved by the director of the budget agency. The exchange
    33         between state penal and benevolent institutions of livestock for breeding purposes
    34         only is hereby authorized at valuations agreed upon between the superintendents or
    35         wardens of the institutions. Capital outlay expenditures may be made from the institutional
    36         industries and farms revolving fund if approved by the budget agency and the governor.
    37
    38     SECTION 21. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    39
    40         This act does not authorize any rehabilitation and repairs to any state buildings,
    41         nor does it allow that any obligations be incurred for lands and structures, without
    42         the prior approval of the budget director or the director's designee. This SECTION
    43         does not apply to contracts for the state universities supported in whole or in part
    44         by state funds.
    45
    46     SECTION 22. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    47
    48         If an agency has an annual appropriation fixed by law, and if the agency also receives
    49         an appropriation in this act for the same function or program, the appropriation
    1         in this act supersedes any other appropriations and is the total appropriation for
    2         the agency for that program or function.
    3
    4     SECTION 23. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    5
    6         The balance of any appropriation or funds heretofore placed or remaining to the credit
    7         of any division of the state of Indiana, and any appropriation or funds provided
    8         in this act placed to the credit of any division of the state of Indiana, the powers,
    9         duties, and functions whereof are assigned and transferred to any department for
    10         salaries, maintenance, operation, construction, or other expenses in the exercise
    11         of such powers, duties, and functions, shall be transferred to the credit of the
    12         department to which such assignment and transfer is made, and the same shall be available
    13         for the objects and purposes for which appropriated originally.
    14
    15     SECTION 24. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    16
    17         The director of the division of procurement of the Indiana department of administration,
    18         or any other person or agency authorized to make purchases of equipment, shall not
    19         honor any requisition for the purchase of an automobile that is to be paid for from
    20         any appropriation made by this act or any other act, unless the following facts are
    21         shown to the satisfaction of the commissioner of the Indiana department of administration
    22         or the commissioner's designee:
    23         (1) In the case of an elected state officer, it shall be shown that the duties of
    24         the office require driving about the state of Indiana in the performance of official
    25         duty.
    26         (2) In the case of department or commission heads, it shall be shown that the statutory
    27         duties imposed in the discharge of the office require traveling a greater distance
    28         than one thousand (1,000) miles each month or that they are subject to official duty
    29         call at all times.
    30         (3) In the case of employees, it shall be shown that the major portion of the duties
    31         assigned to the employee require travel on state business in excess of one thousand
    32         (1,000) miles each month, or that the vehicle is identified by the agency as an integral
    33         part of the job assignment.
    34
    35         In computing the number of miles required to be driven by a department head or an
    36         employee, the distance between the individual's home and office or designated official
    37         station is not to be considered as a part of the total. Department heads shall annually
    38         submit justification for the continued assignment of each vehicle in their department,
    39         which shall be reviewed by the commissioner of the Indiana department of administration,
    40         or the commissioner's designee. There shall be an insignia permanently affixed on
    41         each side of all state owned cars, designating the cars as being state owned. However,
    42         this requirement does not apply to state owned cars driven by elected state officials
    43         or to cases where the commissioner of the Indiana department of administration or
    44         the commissioner's designee determines that affixing insignia on state owned cars
    45         would hinder or handicap the persons driving the cars in the performance of their
    46         official duties.
    47
    48     SECTION 25. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    49
    1         When budget agency approval or review is required under this act, the budget agency
    2         may refer to the budget committee any budgetary or fiscal matter for an advisory
    3         recommendation. The budget committee may hold hearings and take any actions authorized
    4         by IC 4-12-1-11, and may make an advisory recommendation to the budget agency.
    5
    6     SECTION 26. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    7
    8         The governor of the state of Indiana is solely authorized to accept on behalf of
    9         the state any and all federal funds available to the state of Indiana. Federal funds
    10         received under this SECTION are appropriated for purposes specified by the federal
    11         government, subject to allotment by the budget agency. The provisions of this SECTION
    12         and all other SECTIONS concerning the acceptance, disbursement, review, and approval
    13         of any grant, loan, or gift made by the federal government or any other source to
    14         the state or its agencies and political subdivisions shall apply, notwithstanding
    15         any other law.
    16
    17     SECTION 27. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    18
    19         Federal funds received as revenue by a state agency or department are not available
    20         to the agency or department for expenditure until allotment has been made by the
    21         budget agency under IC 4-12-1-12(d).
    22
    23     SECTION 28. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    24
    25         A contract or an agreement for personal services or other services may not be entered
    26         into by any agency or department of state government without the approval of the
    27         budget agency or the designee of the budget director.
    28
    29     SECTION 29. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    30
    31         Except in those cases where a specific appropriation has been made to cover the payments
    32         for any of the following, the auditor of state shall transfer, from the personal
    33         services appropriations for each of the various agencies and departments, necessary
    34         payments for Social Security, public employees' retirement, health insurance, life
    35         insurance, and any other similar payments directed by the budget agency.
    36
    37     SECTION 30. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    38
    39         Subject to SECTION 25 of this act as it relates to the budget committee, the budget
    40         agency with the approval of the governor may withhold allotments of any or all appropriations
    41         contained in this act for the 2009-2011 biennium, if it is considered necessary to
    42         do so in order to prevent a deficit financial situation.
    43
    44     SECTION 31. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    45
    46         CONSTRUCTION
    47
    48         For the 2009-2011 biennium, the following amounts, from the funds listed as follows,
    49         are hereby appropriated to provide for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation,
    1         repair, purchase, rental, and sale of state properties, capital lease rentals, and
    2         the purchase and sale of land, including equipment for such properties and other
    3         projects as specified.
    4
    5                 State General Fund - Lease Rentals
    6                         328,620,484
    7                 State General Fund - Construction
    8                         114,714,276
    9                 State Police Building Commission Fund (IC 9-29-1-4)
    10                         3,200,000
    11                 Law Enforcement Academy Building Fund (IC 5-2-1-13(a))
    12                         330,727
    13                 Cigarette Tax Fund (IC 6-7-1-29.1)
    14                         3,600,000
    15                 Veterans' Home Building Fund (IC 10-17-9-7)
    16                         5,449,777
    17                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    18                         34,411,484
    19                 Regional Health Care Construction Account (IC 4-12-8.5)
    20                         21,489,259
    21                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    22                         2,400,000
    23                 State Highway Fund (IC 8-23-9-54)
    24                         25,000,000
    25                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
    26                         62,070,098
    27
    28                 TOTAL     601,286,105
    29
    30         The allocations provided under this SECTION are made from the state general fund,
    31         unless specifically authorized from other designated funds by this act. The budget
    32         agency, with the approval of the governor, in approving the allocation of funds pursuant
    33         to this SECTION, shall consider, as funds are available, allocations for the following
    34         specific uses, purposes, and projects:
    35
    36         A. GENERAL GOVERNMENT
    37
    38         FOR THE SENATE
    39                     Remodeling                        260,000
    40
    41         FOR THE STATE BUDGET AGENCY
    42                     Health and Safety Contingency Fund                   5,000,000
    43                     Aviation Technology Center                   2,471,771
    44                     Airport Facilities Lease                        45,301,441
    45                     Stadium Lease Rental                        82,000,000
    46
    47             DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION - PROJECTS
    48                     Preventive Maintenance                        7,841,835
    49                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,935,000
    1             DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION - LEASES
    2                 General Fund
    3                     Lease - Government Center North                   27,872,783
    4                     Lease - Government Center South                   34,073,925
    5                     Lease - State Museum                        14,579,033
    6                     Lease - McCarty Street Warehouse                   1,509,375
    7                     Lease - Parking Garages                        10,428,265
    8                     Lease - Toxicology Lab                        10,593,099
    9                     Lease - Wabash Valley Correctional                   36,517,566
    10                     Lease - Miami Correctional                   29,364,180
    11                     Lease - Pendleton Juvenile Correctional                   10,217,237
    12                     Lease - New Castle Correctional                   23,691,809
    13                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    14                     Lease - Rockville Correctional                   10,783,470
    15                 Regional Health Care Construction Account (IC 4-12-8.5)
    16                     Lease - Evansville State Hospital                   5,462,562
    17                     Lease - Southeast Regional Treatment                   10,358,654
    18                     Lease - Logansport State Hospital                   5,668,043
    19
    20             INDIANA FINANCE AUTHORITY
    21                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    22                     Muscatatuck Urban Training Center Infrastructure         2,000,000
    23
    24         B. PUBLIC SAFETY
    25
    26         (1) LAW ENFORCEMENT
    27
    28             INDIANA STATE POLICE
    29                 State Police Building Commission Fund (IC 9-29-1-4)
    30                     Preventive Maintenance                        1,015,000
    31                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,185,000
    32             LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING BOARD
    33                 Law Enforcement Academy Building Fund (IC 5-2-1-13(a))
    34                     Preventive Maintenance                        330,727
    35             ADJUTANT GENERAL
    36                     Preventive Maintenance                        250,000
    37                     Land Acquisition                        4,000,000
    38                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    39                     Renovation for Youth Challenge Program              2,000,000
    40
    41         (2) CORRECTIONS
    42
    43             DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTION - PROJECTS
    44                     Preventive Maintenance                        76,828
    45             CORRECTIONAL UNITS
    46                     Preventive Maintenance                        1,438,770
    47             STATE PRISON
    48                     Preventive Maintenance                        954,492
    49                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    1                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,298,000
    2             PENDLETON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    3                     Preventive Maintenance                        1,257,064
    4                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    5                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        3,465,000
    6             WOMEN'S PRISON
    7                     Preventive Maintenance                        538,832
    8                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    9                      Repair and Rehabilitation                        291,000
    10             NEW CASTLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    11                     Preventive Maintenance                        350,388
    12                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    13                      Repair and Rehabilitation                        365,000
    14             PUTNAMVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    15                     Preventive Maintenance                        864,822
    16                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    17                     Construct New Fire Station                   250,000
    18                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,570,000
    19             PLAINFIELD EDUCATION RE-ENTRY FACILITY
    20                     Preventive Maintenance                        322,804
    21                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    22                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        740,000
    23             INDIANAPOLIS JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    24                     Preventive Maintenance                        395,510
    25                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    26                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        212,500
    27             BRANCHVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    28                     Preventive Maintenance                        272,932
    29             WESTVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    30                     Preventive Maintenance                        806,330
    31                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    32                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,300,000
    33             ROCKVILLE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    34                     Preventive Maintenance                        357,296
    35             PLAINFIELD CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    36                     Preventive Maintenance                        663,704
    37                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    38                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,054,000
    39             RECEPTION-DIAGNOSTIC CENTER
    40                     Preventive Maintenance                        214,464
    41                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    42                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        692,000
    43             CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIAL FACILITY
    44                     Preventive Maintenance                        584,172
    45                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    46                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,853,000
    47             WABASH VALLEY CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    48                     Preventive Maintenance                        608,820
    49                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    1                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        160,000
    2             CHAIN O' LAKES CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    3                     Preventive Maintenance                        76,828
    4                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    5                     Construct New Maintenance Building                   180,000
    6                     Construct New Dormitory                        320,000
    7             MADISON CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    8                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    9                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        90,000
    10             MIAMI CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    11                     Preventive Maintenance                        664,560
    12             CAMP SUMMIT CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    13                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    14                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        470,000
    15             PENDLETON JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
    16                     Preventive Maintenance                        228,738
    17
    18         C. CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT
    19
    20             DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES - GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
    21                     Preventive Maintenance                        150,000
    22                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,000,000
    23             FISH AND WILDLIFE
    24                     Preventive Maintenance                        2,000,000
    25                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        3,650,000
    26             FORESTRY
    27                     Preventive Maintenance                        2,000,000
    28                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        4,000,000
    29             MUSEUMS AND HISTORIC SITES
    30                     Preventive Maintenance                        475,000
    31                     Historic Sites Exhibits                        650,000
    32                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,000,000
    33             NATURE PRESERVES
    34                     Preventive Maintenance                        230,000
    35                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,268,542
    36             OUTDOOR RECREATION
    37                     Preventive Maintenance                        50,000
    38                     Outdoor Rec. SCORP                        40,000
    39                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        473,645
    40             STATE PARKS AND RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT
    41                     Preventive Maintenance                        2,900,000
    42                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        20,063,689
    43                     State Parks Bond Payments                   917,028
    44                     Falls of the Ohio Lease                        364,000
    45                 Cigarette Tax Fund (IC 6-7-1-29.1)
    46                     Preventive Maintenance                        3,600,000
    47             DIVISION OF WATER
    48                     Preventive Maintenance                        125,000
    49                     Div. of Water Flood Plain Mapping                   400,000
    1                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,425,000
    2             ELKHART RIVER
    3                     Flood Control                        400,000
    4             ENFORCEMENT
    5                     Preventive Maintenance                        250,000
    6             STATE MUSEUM
    7                     Preventive Maintenance                        762,500
    8             ENTOMOLOGY
    9                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,000,000
    10             WAR MEMORIALS COMMISSION
    11                     Preventive Maintenance                        1,234,000
    12                     IWM Fire Suppression/Material Abatement              300,000
    13                     Indiana War Memorial ADA Access                   250,000
    14                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        192,000
    15             LITTLE CALUMET RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
    16                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    17                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        14,000,000
    18             KANKAKEE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
    19                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,000,000
    20
    21         D. TRANSPORTATION
    22
    23             DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
    24                 State Highway Fund (IC 8-23-9-54)
    25                     Buildings and Grounds                        25,000,000
    26
    27         The above appropriations for highway buildings and grounds may be used for land acquisition,
    28         site development, construction and equipping of new highway facilities and for maintenance,
    29         repair, and rehabilitation of existing state highway facilities after review by the
    30         budget committee.
    31
    32             AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT
    33                 Build Indiana Fund (IC 4-30-17)
    34                     Airport Development                        2,400,000
    35
    36         The foregoing allocation for the Indiana department of transportation is for airport
    37         development and shall be used for the purpose of assisting local airport authorities and
    38         local units of governments in matching available federal funds under the airport
    39         improvement program and for matching federal grants for airport planning and for the
    40         other airport studies. Matching grants of aid shall be made in accordance with the
    41         approved annual capital improvements program of the Indiana department of
    42         transportation and with the approval of the governor and the budget agency.
    43
    44         E. FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES, HEALTH, AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS
    45
    46         (1) FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
    47
    48             EVANSVILLE PSYCHIATRIC CHILDREN'S CENTER
    49                     Preventive Maintenance                        45,000
    1                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        287,660
    2             EVANSVILLE STATE HOSPITAL
    3                     Preventive Maintenance                        500,000
    4                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        360,000
    5             MADISON STATE HOSPITAL
    6                     Preventive Maintenance                        971,409
    7                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        956,800
    8             LOGANSPORT STATE HOSPITAL
    9                     Preventive Maintenance                        963,144
    10                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        1,486,700
    11                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    12                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        3,000,000
    13             RICHMOND STATE HOSPITAL
    14                     Preventive Maintenance                        1,210,724
    15                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,403,700
    16             LARUE CARTER MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    17                     Preventive Maintenance                        1,863,118
    18
    19         (2) PUBLIC HEALTH
    20
    21             SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED
    22                     Preventive Maintenance                        565,714
    23                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    24                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,288,013
    25             SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
    26                     Preventive Maintenance                        565,714
    27                 Postwar Construction Fund (IC 7.1-4-8-1)
    28                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        2,029,501
    29
    30         (3) VETERANS' AFFAIRS
    31
    32             INDIANA VETERANS' HOME
    33                 Veterans' Home Building Fund (IC 10-17-9-7)
    34                     Preventive Maintenance                        1,500,000
    35                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        3,949,777
    36                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(b))
    37                     Repair and Rehabilitation                        3,000,000
    38
    39         F. EDUCATION
    40
    41         HIGHER EDUCATION
    42
    43             INDIANA UNIVERSITY - TOTAL SYSTEM
    44                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
    45                     General Repair and Rehab                        25,202,564
    46             PURDUE UNIVERSITY - TOTAL SYSTEM
    47                 ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
    48                     General Repair and Rehab                        19,777,318
    49             INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
                      ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
                         General Repair and Rehab                        4,681,980
                 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA
                     ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
                         General Repair and Rehab                        1,121,926
                 BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
                     ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
                         General Repair and Rehab                        6,726,300
                 VINCENNES UNIVERSITY
                     ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
                         General Repair and Rehab                        2,272,968
                 IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                     ARRA State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (Section 14002(a))
                         General Repair and Rehab                        2,287,042
    
         SECTION 32. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    
             The budget agency may employ one (1) or more architects or engineers to inspect
             construction, rehabilitation, and repair projects covered by the appropriations in
             this act or previous acts.
    
         SECTION 33. [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]
    
             If any part of a construction or rehabilitation and repair appropriation made by
             this act or any previous acts has not been allotted or encumbered before the expiration
             of two (2) biennia, the budget agency may determine that the balance of the appropriation
             is not available for allotment. The appropriation may be terminated, and the balance
             may revert to the fund from which the original appropriation was made.
    
         SECTION 34. [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]
    
             The budget agency may retain balances in the mental health fund at the end of any
             fiscal year to ensure there are sufficient funds to meet the service needs of the
             developmentally disabled and the mentally ill in any year.
    
         SECTION 35. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]
    
             If the budget director determines at any time during the biennium that the executive
             branch of state government cannot meet its statutory obligations due to insufficient
             funds in the general fund, then notwithstanding IC 4-10-18, the budget agency, with
             the approval of the governor and after review by the budget committee, may transfer
             from the counter-cyclical revenue and economic stabilization fund to the general
             fund any additional amount necessary to maintain a positive balance in the general
             fund.                        
SOURCE: ; (09ss1)PD3027.7. -->     SECTION 36. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009] (a) On or before July 15, 2010, the budget agency shall calculate whether receipts from actual tax collections for the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, exceed the May 27, 2009, adjusted state revenue forecast for that state fiscal year. If actual receipts for the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, exceed the May 27, 2009, adjusted state revenue forecast for that state fiscal year, fifty percent (50%) of the excess revenue is

appropriated to the department of education to be used as a special one (1) time tuition support distribution. Any funds distributed under this SECTION shall be used to increase the foundation amount for each school corporation eligible for a tuition support distribution. The budget agency and the department of education may exceed the calendar year tuition support maximum distribution contained in IC 20-43-2-2 as necessary to implement this SECTION.
    (b) This SECTION expires June 30, 2011.

SOURCE: ; (09ss1)PD3027.8. -->     SECTION 37. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009] Funds distributed to Indiana University, Purdue University, Indiana State University, University of Southern Indiana, Ball State University, Vincennes University, and Ivy Tech Community College as required by and pursuant to Section 14002(a)(2)(A)(ii) of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to restore state operating support for fiscal year 2009, fiscal year 2010, and fiscal year 2011 shall be treated as a special one (1) time distribution and at least fifty percent (50%) of the funds shall be used only for general repair and rehabilitation of facilities for instruction or research or for repair and rehabilitation of dormitories or other student housing. Funds shall be distributed in one (1) or more installments after June 30, 2009, and before July 1, 2011, on the schedule determined by the budget agency after review by the budget committee. The review and approval requirements contained in IC 21-33-3-6 shall apply to the use of funds authorized under this section.
SOURCE: -->     SECTION 38. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009] The trustees of the following institutions may issue and sell bonds under IC 21-34, subject to the approvals required by IC 21-33-3, for the following projects if the sum of principal costs of any bond issued, excluding amounts necessary to provide money for debt service reserves, credit enhancement, or other costs incidental to the issuance of the bonds, does not exceed the total authority listed below for that institution:
        Purdue University
                Life Sciences Laboratory Renovations
10,000,000

                Medical School Renovations
12,000,000

        Indiana University
                Life Sciences Laboratory Renovations
10,000,000

        Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis
                Life Sciences Laboratory Renovations
10,000,000

        Ivy Tech Community College
                Anderson Campus
20,000,000

                Bloomington Campus
20,000,000

                Warsaw Campus
10,100,000

Of the above authorization for medical school renovations, a maximum of six million dollars ($6,000,000) is eligible for fee replacement.

SOURCE: ; (09ss1)PD3027.9. -->     SECTION 39. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009] The trustees of the following institutions may issue and sell bonds under IC 21-34, subject to the approvals required under IC 21-33-3, to provide funds for the acquisition, renovation, expansion, and improvements for the following projects (including all related and subordinate components of the following projects) and may undertake the project if the total costs financed by the bond issue, excluding any amount necessary to provide money for debt service reserves, credit enhancement, or other costs incidental to the issuance of the bonds, do not exceed the total authority listed below for that institution:
        Purdue University
            Lafayette Campus
                Student Fitness and Wellness Center
98,000,000

        Indiana University Purdue University at Fort Wayne
                Parking Garage
16,800,000

The foregoing projects are not eligible for fee replacement appropriations in any year.

SOURCE: ; (09ss1)PD3027.9. -->     SECTION 40. [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009] The trustees of the following institution may issue

and sell bonds under IC 21-34, subject to the approvals required under IC 21-33-3, for the following project if the principal costs of any bonds issued, excluding any amount necessary to provide money for debt service reserves, credit enhancement, or other costs incidental to the issuance of the bonds, does not exceed twenty million dollars ($20,000,000):
        Purdue University West Lafayette -- Drug Discovery Facility
The foregoing project is not eligible for fee replacement appropriations in any year.

SOURCE: -->     SECTION 41. [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE] (a) The trustees of the following institutions may issue and sell bonds under IC 21-34, subject to the approvals required by IC 21-33-3, for the following projects if the sum of principal costs of any bond issued, excluding amounts necessary to provide money for debt service reserves, credit enhancement, or other costs incidental to the issuance of the bonds, does not exceed the total authority listed below for that institution:
        Indiana State University - Life Sciences/Chemistry
        Laboratory Renovations & Chiller        
14,800,000    

        Ball State University - Central Campus
        Academic Project, Phase I & Utilities
33,000,000

        Ivy Tech - Elkhart Phase I
4,000,000

     (b) Except for an additional four million dollars ($4,000,000) authorized for Ivy Tech - Elkhart Phase I, the authorizations under this SECTION are a restatement of and are not in addition to the authorizations under P.L.234-2007, SECTION 179. The four million dollars ($4,000,000) authorized for Ivy Tech - Elkhart Phase I is in addition to sixteen million dollars ($16,000,000) authorized under P.L.234-2007, SECTION 179.
SOURCE: -->     SECTION 42. [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE] (a) Notwithstanding SECTION 244 of HEA 1001-2005, the trustees of Purdue University may, subject to the approvals required by IC 21-33-3, issue and sell bonds under IC 21-34 for the following project if the sum of principal costs of any bond issued, excluding amounts necessary to provide money for debt service reserves, credit enhancement, or other costs incidental to the issuance of the bonds, does not exceed the total authority listed below:
        Purdue University North Central Campus
        Parking Garage No. 1
$8,000,000

     (b) The authorization under this SECTION is a restatement of and is not in addition to the authorization under P.L.234-2007, SECTION 186. However, the foregoing project is not eligible for fee replacement appropriations in any year.
SOURCE: -->     SECTION 43. [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE] (a) As used in this SECTION, "ARRA" refers to the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
    (b) As used in this SECTION, "Title I" refers to Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 6301 et seq.).
    (c) With respect to ARRA funds that are specifically designated for subgrants to local education agencies based on Title I or incentive grants, the following apply:
        (1) The governor and the department of education may take any actions necessary to qualify the state for the ARRA funds related to Title I. If permitted by the ARRA, school corporations shall submit plans to the department of education for approval before spending the ARRA funds related to Title I.
        (2) To the extent it does not conflict with federal law or rules or guidelines that would make Indiana ineligible to receive ARRA funds related to Title I, the ARRA funds must be used to support Title I eligible students for the following:
            (A) Repair and rehabilitation of facilities.
            (B) Upgrading technology or equipment.
            (C) Training or professional development.
            (D) Summer school or other remediation programs and purposes for which the expenses are one (1) time in nature and do not increase the base operating expenses of schools to a level that would be difficult to maintain.

     (d) The department of education shall review the use of all Title I expenditures to ensure the proper use of Title I funds under federal laws and regulations.
SOURCE: ; (09)PD4450.2. -->     SECTION 44. [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE] (a) As used in this SECTION, "ARRA" refers to the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
    (b) With respect to ARRA funds under Division A, Title VIII of the ARRA for special education, the following apply:
        (1) The governor and the department of education may take any actions necessary to qualify the state for the ARRA funds under Division A, Title VIII of the ARRA. If permitted by the ARRA, school corporations shall submit plans to the department of education for approval before spending the ARRA funds under Division A, Title VIII of the ARRA.
        (2) To the extent it does not conflict with federal law or rules or guidelines that would make Indiana ineligible to receive ARRA funds under Division A, Title VIII of the ARRA, the ARRA funds must be used to support special education students for the following:
            (A) Repair and rehabilitation of facilities.
            (B) Upgrading technology or equipment, including adaptive technology.
            (C) Training or professional development.
            (D) Programs and purposes for which the expenses are one (1) time in nature and do not increase the base operating expenses of school corporations to a level that would be difficult to maintain.

     (c) The department of education shall review the use of all special education to ensure the proper use of special education funds under federal laws and regulations.
     SECTION 45. IC 3-11-18-1.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 1.5. (a) This section applies to a county in which the President of the United States has, after December 31, 2007, declared, under the authority of the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. 5121 et seq.), that a major disaster has occurred.
    (b) If a county election board, by the unanimous vote of the entire board's membership, determines that the county's voting systems are unusable as the result of the major disaster described in subsection (a), the board shall file with the election division:
        (1) a statement certifying the board's determination; and
        (2) an order adopting a plan under this chapter to administer the county's elections using vote centers.
    (c) The plan adopted under this section takes effect when the documents listed in subsection (b) are filed with the election division.

SOURCE: IC 36-1-8-17; (09ss1)PD3027.188. -->     SECTION 46. IC 4-2-1-5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 5. (a) As used in this section, "compensation" means the total of all money paid to a state officer for performing duties as a state officer, regardless of the source of funds from which the money is paid. The term includes all employee benefits paid to the state officer, including life insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, retirement benefits, and pension benefits.
    (b) A state officer may waive some or all of the state officer's compensation for any year by filing a notice that satisfies the following:
        (1) The notice is in writing.
        (2) The notice states in substance all of the following:
            (A) The position held by the state officer.
            (B) The calendar year covered by the notice.
            (C) The part of the state officer's compensation that will be waived under this section.
            (D) That the state officer understands that the notice is irrevocable beginning January 1 of the year covered by the notice.
        (3) The notice is signed by the state officer who wants to waive compensation.
    (c) A state officer who wants to waive compensation under this section must file the notice with the auditor of state, or in the case of the auditor of state, the secretary of state, before January 1 of the year covered by the notice.
    (d) Beginning January 1 of the year covered by the notice, a notice filed under this section is irrevocable during the year covered by the notice.
    (e) A state officer who files a notice under this section:
        (1) is not entitled to the part of compensation waived for duties performed in the year covered by the notice; and
        (2) may not be paid the part of compensation waived for duties performed in the year covered by the notice.
    (f) The compensation amount computed for a state officer under this chapter is not affected by a waiver under this section.

    SECTION 47. IC 4-4-11.5-1 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2008 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 1. As used in this chapter, "bond" means any:
         (1) bond or mortgage credit certificate for which it is necessary to procure volume under the volume cap under Section 146 of the Internal Revenue Code; or
        (2) bond or other obligation for which a special volume cap is authorized under a federal act.

SOURCE: IC 4-4-11.5-13.5; (09ss1)PD3027.12. -->     SECTION 48. IC 4-4-11.5-13.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2008 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 13.5. As used in this chapter, "special volume cap" means the maximum dollar amount of bonds that may be allocated to the state under the authority of a federal act. The special volume cap is in addition to the volume cap as defined in section 14 of this chapter.
SOURCE: IC 4-4-11.5-19.5; (09ss1)PD3027.13. -->     SECTION 49. IC 4-4-11.5-19.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2008 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 19.5. The IFA shall determine the allocation of any special volume cap in accordance with the federal act authorizing the special volume cap.
SOURCE: IC 4-13-1-4; (09ss1)PD3027.14. -->     SECTION 50. IC 4-10-18-10 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 10. (a) The state board of finance may lend money from the fund to entities listed in subsections (e) through (j) (k) for the purposes specified in those subsections.
    (b) An entity must apply for the loan before May 1, 1989, in a form approved by the state board of finance. As part of the application, the entity shall submit a plan for its use of the loan proceeds and for the repayment of the loan. Within sixty (60) days after receipt of each application, the board shall meet to consider the application and to review its accuracy and completeness and to determine the need for the loan. The board shall authorize a loan to an entity that makes an application if the board approves its accuracy and completeness and determines that there is a need for the loan and an adequate method of repayment.
    (c) The state board of finance shall determine the terms of each loan, which must include the following:
        (1) The duration of the loan, which must not exceed twelve (12) years.
        (2) The repayment schedule of the loan, which must provide that no payments are due during the first two (2) years of the loan.
        (3) A variable rate of interest to be determined by the board and adjusted annually. The interest rate must be the greater of:
            (A) five percent (5%); or
            (B) two-thirds (2/3) of the interest rate for fifty-two (52) week United States Treasury bills on the anniversary date of the loan, but not to exceed ten percent (10%).
        (4) The amount of the loan or loans, which may not exceed the maximum amounts established for the entity by this section.
        (5) Any other conditions specified by the board.
    (d) An entity may borrow money under this section by adoption of an ordinance or a resolution and, as set forth in IC 5-1-14, may use any source of revenue to repay a loan under this section. This section constitutes complete authority for the entity to borrow from the fund. If an entity described in subsection (i) fails to make any repayments of a loan, the amount payable shall be withheld by the auditor of state from any other money payable to the consolidated city. If any other entity described in this section fails to make any repayments of a loan, the amount payable shall be withheld by the auditor of state from any other money payable to the entity. The amount withheld shall be transferred to the fund to the credit of the entity.
    (e) A loan under this section may be made to a city located in a county having a population of more than twenty-four thousand (24,000) but less than twenty-five thousand (25,000) for the city's waterworks facility. The amount of the loan may not exceed one million six hundred thousand dollars ($1,600,000).
    (f) A loan under this section may be made to a city the territory of which is included in part within the Lake Michigan corridor (as defined in IC 14-13-3-2) for a marina development project. As a part of its application under subsection (b), the city must include the following:
        (1) Written approval by the Lake Michigan marina development commission of the project to be funded by the loan proceeds.
        (2) A written determination by the commission of the amount needed by the city, for the project and of the amount of the maximum loan amount under this subsection that should be lent to the city.
The maximum amount of loans available for all cities that are eligible for a loan under this subsection is eight million six hundred thousand dollars ($8,600,000).
    (g) A loan under this section may be made to a county having a population of more than one hundred seventy thousand (170,000) but less than one hundred eighty thousand (180,000) for use by the airport authority in the county for the construction of runways. The amount of the loan may not exceed seven million dollars ($7,000,000). The county may lend the proceeds of its loan to an airport authority for the public purpose of fostering economic growth in the county.
    (h) A loan under this section may be made to a city having a population of more than fifty-nine thousand (59,000) but less than fifty-nine thousand seven hundred (59,700) for the construction of parking facilities. The amount of the loan may not exceed three million dollars ($3,000,000).
    (i) A loan or loans under this section may be made to a consolidated city, a local public improvement bond bank, or any board, authority, or commission of the consolidated city, to fund economic development projects under IC 36-7-15.2-5 or to refund obligations issued to fund economic development projects. The amount of the loan may not exceed thirty million dollars ($30,000,000).
    (j) A loan under this section may be made to a county having a population of more than thirteen thousand five hundred (13,500) but less than fourteen thousand (14,000) for extension of airport runways. The amount of the loan may not exceed three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000).
     (k) A loan under this section may be made to Covington Community School Corporation to refund the amount due on a tax anticipation warrant loan. The amount of the loan may not exceed two million seven hundred thousand dollars ($2,700,000), to be paid back from any

source of money that is legally available to the school corporation. Notwithstanding subsection (b), the school corporation must apply for the loan before June 30, 2010. Notwithstanding subsection (c), repayment of the loan shall be made in equal installments over five (5) years with the first installment due not more than six (6) months after the date loan proceeds are received by the school corporation.
    (k) (l) IC 6-1.1-20 does not apply to a loan made by an entity under this section.
    (l) (m) As used in this section, "entity" means a governmental entity authorized to obtain a loan under subsections (e) through (j). (k).
    SECTION 51. IC 4-13-1-4, AS AMENDED BY P.L.1-2006, SECTION 63, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 4. The department shall, subject to this chapter, do the following:
        (1) Execute and administer all appropriations as provided by law, and execute and administer all provisions of law that impose duties and functions upon the executive department of government, including executive investigation of state agencies supported by appropriations and the assembly of all required data and information for the use of the executive department and the legislative department.
        (2) Supervise and regulate the making of contracts by state agencies.
        (3) Perform the property management functions required by IC 4-20.5-6.
        (4) Assign office space and storage space for state agencies in the manner provided by IC 4-20.5-5.
        (5) Maintain and operate the following for state agencies:
            (A) Central duplicating.
            (B) Printing.
            (C) Machine tabulating.
            (D) Mailing services.
            (E) Centrally available supplemental personnel and other essential supporting services.
        The department may require state agencies to use these general services in the interests of economy and efficiency. The general services rotary fund is established through which these services may be rendered to state agencies. The budget agency shall determine the amount for the general services rotary fund.
        (6) Control and supervise the acquisition, operation, maintenance, and replacement of state owned vehicles by all state agencies. The department may establish and operate, in the interest of economy and efficiency, a motor vehicle pool, and may finance the pool by a rotary fund. The budget agency shall determine the amount to be deposited in the rotary fund.
        (7) Promulgate and enforce rules relative to the travel of officers and employees of all state agencies when engaged in the performance of state business. These rules may allow reimbursement for travel expenses by any of the following methods:
            (A) Per diem.
            (B) For expenses necessarily and actually incurred.
            (C) Any combination of the methods in clauses (A) and (B).
        The rules must require the approval of the travel by the commissioner and the head of the officer's or employee's department prior to payment.
        (8) Administer IC 4-13.6.
        (9) Prescribe the amount and form of certified checks, deposits, or bonds to be submitted in connection with bids and contracts when not otherwise provided for by law.
        (10) Rent out, with the approval of the governor, any state property, real or personal:
            (A) not needed for public use; or
            (B) for the purpose of providing services to the state or employees of the state;


        the rental of which is not otherwise provided for or prohibited by law. Property may not be rented out under this subdivision for a term exceeding ten (10) years at a time. However, if property is rented out for a term of more than four (4) years, the commissioner must make a written determination stating the reasons that it is in the best interests of the state to rent property for the longer term. This subdivision does not include the power to grant or issue permits or leases to explore for or take coal, sand, gravel, stone, gas, oil, or other minerals or substances from or under the bed of any of the navigable waters of the state or other lands owned by the state.
        (11) Have charge of all central storerooms, supply rooms, and warehouses established and operated by the state and serving more than one (1) agency.
        (12) Enter into contracts and issue orders for printing as provided by IC 4-13-4.1.
        (13) Sell or dispose of surplus property under IC 5-22-22, or if advantageous, to exchange or trade in the surplus property toward the purchase of other supplies, materials, or equipment, and to make proper adjustments in the accounts and inventory pertaining to the state agencies concerned.
        (14) With respect to power, heating, and lighting plants owned, operated, or maintained by any state agency:
            (A) inspect;
            (B) regulate their operation; and
            (C) recommend improvements to those plants to promote economical and efficient operation.
        (15) Administer, determine salaries, and determine other personnel matters of the department of correction ombudsman bureau established by IC 4-13-1.2-3.
        (16) Adopt rules to establish and implement a "Code Adam" safety protocol as described in IC 4-20.5-6-9.2.
        (17) Adopt policies and standards for making state owned property reasonably available to be used free of charge as locations for making motion pictures.
         (18) Administer, determine salaries, and determine other personnel matters of the department of child services ombudsman established by IC 4-13-19-3.
SOURCE: IC 4-13-19; (09ss1)PD3027.15. -->     SECTION 52. IC 4-13-19 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW CHAPTER TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]:
     Chapter 19. Department of Child Services Ombudsman
    Sec. 1. As used in this chapter, "child" means a person who:
        (1) is less than eighteen (18) years of age;
        (2) is at least eighteen (18) years of age at the time a complaint is made but was less than eighteen (18) years of age at the time of the alleged act or omission that is the subject of the complaint; or
        (3) is at least eighteen (18) years of age but has been under the continuing jurisdiction of a juvenile court based upon an informal adjustment, child in need of services action under IC 31-34, or termination of parental rights action under IC 31-35 since becoming eighteen (18) years of age.
    Sec. 2. As used in this chapter, "ombudsman" means:
        (1) the person appointed by the governor to serve as ombudsman; or
        (2) an employee or other individual approved by the office of the department of child services ombudsman to act in the capacity of ombudsman;
to investigate and resolve complaints that allege the department of child services failed to protect the health and safety of any child or failed to follow specific laws, rules, or written policies.
    Sec. 3. The office of department of child services ombudsman is established as a separate bureau within the department.
The ombudsman appointed by the governor shall report directly to the commissioner. The ombudsman appointed by the governor must be an attorney licensed

to practice law in Indiana or a social worker with at least a master's degree. The ombudsman appointed by the governor must have significant experience or education in child development and child advocacy, including at least two (2) years experience working with child abuse and neglect.
    Sec. 4. (a) The governor shall appoint the ombudsman. The ombudsman serves at the pleasure of the governor. An individual may not be appointed as ombudsman if the individual has been employed by the department of child services at any time during the preceding twelve (12) months. The governor shall appoint a successor ombudsman not later than thirty (30) days after a vacancy occurs in the position of the ombudsman.
    (b) The office of the department of child services ombudsman may employ technical experts and other employees to carry out the purposes of this chapter. However, the office of the department of child services ombudsman may not hire an individual to serve as an ombudsman if the individual has been employed by the department of child services during the preceding twelve (12) months.
    (c) The ombudsman and any other person employed or authorized by the ombudsman:
        (1) are subject to the same criminal history and background checks, to be performed by the department of child services, that are required for department of child services family case managers; and
        (2) are subject to the same disqualification for employment criteria as department of child services family case managers.
    Sec. 5. (a) The office of the department of child services ombudsman may receive, investigate, and attempt to resolve a complaint alleging that the department of child services, by an action or omission occurring on or after January 11, 2005, failed to follow a specific law, rule, or department written policy and thereby failed to protect the health or safety of any child.

     (b) The office of the department of child services ombudsman may also do the following:
        (1) Take action, including the establishing of a program of public education, to secure and ensure the legal rights of children.
        (2) Periodically review relevant policies and procedures with a view toward the safety and welfare of children.
        (3) When appropriate, refer a person making a report of child abuse or neglect to the department of child services and, if appropriate, to an appropriate law enforcement agency.
        (4) Recommend changes in procedures for investigating reports of abuse and neglect and overseeing the welfare of children who are under the jurisdiction of a juvenile court.
        (5) Make the public aware of the services of the ombudsman, the purpose of the office, and information concerning contacting the office.
        (6) Examine policies and procedures and evaluate the effectiveness of the child protection system, specifically the respective roles of the department of child services, the court, the medical community, service providers, guardians ad litem, court appointed special advocates, and law enforcement agencies.
        (7) Review and make recommendations concerning investigative procedures and emergency responses contained in the report prepared under section 10 of this chapter.

     (c) Upon request of the office of the department of child services ombudsman, the local child protection team shall assist the office of the department of child services ombudsman by:
        (1) investigating and making recommendations on a matter; or
        (2) redacting or revising any report to be prepared for the complainant so that confidentiality laws are maintained.
If a local child protection team was involved in an initial investigation, a different local child protection team may assist in the investigation under this subsection.


    (d) At the end of an investigation of a complaint, the office of the department of child services ombudsman shall provide an appropriate report as follows:
        (1) If the complainant is a parent, guardian, custodian, court appointed special advocate, guardian ad litem, or court, the ombudsman may provide the same report to the complainant and the department of child services.
        (2) If the complainant is not a person described in subdivision (1), the ombudsman shall provide a redacted version of its findings to the complainant stating in general terms that the actions of the department of child services were or were not appropriate.

    (e) The department of child services ombudsman shall provide a copy of the report and recommendations to the department of child services. The office of the department of child services ombudsman may not disclose to:
        (1) a complainant;
        (2) another person who is not a parent, guardian, or custodian of the child who was subject of the department of child services' action or omission; or
        (3) the court, court appointed special advocate, or guardian ad litem of the child in a case that was filed as a child in need of services or a termination of parental rights action;
any information that the department of child services could not, by law, reveal to the complainant, parent, guardian, custodian, person, court, court appointed special advocate, or guardian ad litem.

     (f) If, after reviewing a complaint or conducting an investigation and considering the response of an agency, facility, or program and any other pertinent material, the office of the department of child services ombudsman determines that the complaint has merit or the investigation reveals a problem, the ombudsman may recommend that the agency, facility, or program:
        (1) consider the matter further;
        (2) modify or cancel its actions;
        (3) alter a rule, order, or internal policy; or
        (4) explain more fully the action in question.

     (g) At the office of the department of child services ombudsman's request, the agency, facility, or program shall, within a reasonable time, inform the office of the department of child services ombudsman about the action taken on the recommendation or the reasons for not complying with it.
     (h) The office of the department of child services ombudsman may not investigate the following:
        (1) A complaint from an employee of the department of child services that relates to the employee's employment relationship with the department of child services.
        (2) A complaint challenging a department of child services substantiation of abuse or neglect or a complaint concerning a licensing issue or an adoption assistance matter that is currently the subject of a pending administrative review procedure before the exhaustion of administrative remedies provided by law, rule, or written policy. Investigation of any such complaint received shall be stayed until the administrative remedy has been exhausted. However, if the administrative process is not completed within six (6) months after initiation of the administrative process, the office of child services ombudsman may proceed with its investigation.
    (i) If the office of the department of child services ombudsman does not investigate a complaint, the office of the department of child services ombudsman shall notify the complainant of the decision not to investigate and the reasons for the decision.

     Sec. 6. (a) The office of the department of child services ombudsman shall be given appropriate access to department of child services records of a child who is the subject of a

complaint that is filed under this chapter.
    (b) A state or local government agency or entity that has records that are relevant to a complaint or an investigation conducted by an ombudsman shall provide the ombudsman with access to the records.
    (c) A person is immune from:
        (1) civil or criminal liability; and
        (2) actions taken under:
            (A) a professional disciplinary procedure; or
            (B) procedures related to the termination or imposition of penalties under a contract dealing with an employee or contractor of the department of child services;
for the release or disclosure of records to the ombudsman under this chapter, unless the release or disclosure constitutes gross negligence or willful or wanton misconduct.

     (d) Information or records of a state or local government agency provided to the office of the department of child services ombudsman may not be disclosed to the complainant or others if confidential under laws, rules, or regulations governing the state or local government agency that provided the information or records.
     Sec. 7. The office of the department of child services ombudsman shall do the following:
        (1) Establish procedures to receive and investigate complaints.
        (2) Establish physical, technological, and administrative access controls for all information maintained by the office of the department of child services ombudsman.
        (3) Except as necessary to investigate and resolve a complaint, ensure that the identity of a complainant will not be disclosed without:
            (A) the complainant's written consent; or
            (B) a court order.
    Sec. 8. The office of the department of child services ombudsman may adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 necessary to carry out this chapter.

     Sec. 9. An ombudsman is not personally liable for the good faith performance of the ombudsman's official duties.
     Sec. 10. (a) The office of the department of child services ombudsman shall prepare a report each year on the operations of the office.
    (b) The office of the department of child services ombudsman shall include the following information in the annual report required under subsection (a):
        (1) The office of the department of child services ombudsman's activities.
        (2) The general status of children in Indiana, including:
            (A) the health and education of children; and
            (B) the administration or implementation of programs for children.

         (3) Any other issues, concerns, or information concerning children.
     (c) A copy of the report shall be provided to the following:
        (1) The governor.
        (2) The legislative council.
        (3) The Indiana department of administration.
        (4) The department of child services.
A report provided under this subsection to the legislative council must be in an electronic format under IC 5-14-6.

     (d) A copy of the report shall be posted on the department of child services' Internet web site and on any Internet web site maintained by the office of the department of child services ombudsman.
     Sec. 11. (a) A person who:


        (1) except as provided in subsection (b), intentionally interferes with or prevents the completion of the work of an ombudsman;
        (2) knowingly offers compensation to an ombudsman in an effort to affect the outcome of an investigation or a potential investigation;
        (3) knowingly or intentionally retaliates against another person who provides information to an ombudsman; or
        (4) knowingly or intentionally threatens an ombudsman, a person who has filed a complaint, or a person who provides information to an ombudsman, because of an investigation or potential investigation;
commits interference with the office of the department of child services ombudsman, a Class A misdemeanor.

     (b) Expungement of records held by the department of child services that occurs by statutory mandate, judicial order or decree, administrative review or process, automatic operation of either the Indiana Child Welfare Information System (ICWIS) computer system or the Management Gateway for Indiana Kids (MaGIK) computer system, or in the normal course of business shall not be considered intentional interference or prevention for the purposes of subsection (a).
     (c) A complainant who knowingly or intentionally discloses to the public information about a case before the conclusion of an investigation and the release of the finding to the department of child services commits unlawful disclosure of information concerning a department of child services investigation, a Class A misdemeanor.
     Sec. 12. The Indiana department of administration shall provide and maintain office space for the office of the department of child services ombudsman.
     SECTION 53. IC 4-20.5-1-11 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 11. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), "property" means real property or an interest in real property, including the following:
        (1) Any ownership interest in real property.
        (2) A leasehold.
        (3) A right-of-way.
        (4) An easement, including a utility easement.
The term does not include personal property or an interest in personal property.
     (b) For purposes of IC 4-20.5-22, "property" means any ownership interest in real property.
SOURCE: IC 4-20.5-22; (09ss1)MO100177.54. -->     SECTION 54. IC 4-20.5-22 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW CHAPTER TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]:
     Chapter 22. Planting Grasses and Other Plants for Energy Production
    Sec. 1. This chapter does not apply to a lease under IC 8-23-24.5.
    Sec. 2. The intent of this chapter is to encourage the use of property owned by the state to promote the growth and harvesting of vegetation to be used as fuels and other energy products.
    Sec. 3. As used in this chapter, "agency " has the meaning set forth in IC 4-20.5-1-3. The term includes a state institution.
    Sec. 4. As used in this chapter, "vegetation" refers to grasses or other plants that are suitable for processing into fuels or other energy products. The term does not include grasses or other plants that may be used to feed livestock.
    Sec. 5. To the extent permitted by federal law and when consistent with public safety, an agency may enter into leases with appropriate persons for the persons to plant, maintain, and harvest vegetation on state property owned or maintained by the agency for use in production of energy.
    Sec. 6. A lease under this chapter must provide for the following:
        (1) The lessee is responsible for planting, maintaining, and harvesting the vegetation at the lessee's cost.
        (2) The lessee becomes the owner of the vegetation when harvested.
        (3) The harvested vegetation must be used for the production of fuels or other energy products.
        (4) The lease must include limitations on the height of any vegetation that is grown.
    Sec. 7. A lease under this chapter may provide for the following:
        (1) Any term of the lease that the agency considers best to implement the intent of this chapter, but not for more than four (4) years.
        (2) For the lease of parcels of sizes that the agency considers the best to implement the intent of this chapter.
        (3) Any other provisions that the agency considers useful to implement the intent of this chapter.
    Sec. 8. The agency shall award a lease under this chapter to the responsive and responsible bidder who submits the highest bid for the particular lease.

SOURCE: IC 5-1-14-10; (09ss1)PD3027.16. -->     SECTION 55. IC 5-1-14-10, AS AMENDED BY P.L.146-2008, SECTION 29, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 10. (a) If an issuer has issued obligations under a statute that establishes a maximum term or repayment period for the obligations, notwithstanding that statute, the issuer may continue to make payments of principal, interest, or both, on the obligations after the expiration of the term or period if principal or interest owed to owners of the obligations remains unpaid.
    (b) This section does not authorize the use of revenues or funds to make payments of principal and interest other than those revenues or funds that were pledged for the payments before the expiration of the term or period.
    (c) Except as otherwise provided by this section, IC 16-22-8-43, IC 36-7-12-27, or IC 36-7-14-25.1, or IC 36-9-13-30 (but only with respect to any bonds issued under IC 36-9-13-30 that are secured by a lease entered into by a political subdivision organized and existing under IC 16-22-8), the maximum term or repayment period for obligations issued after June 30, 2008, that are wholly or partially payable from ad valorem property taxes, special benefit taxes on property, or tax increment revenues derived from property taxes may not exceed:
        (1) the maximum applicable period under federal law, for obligations that are issued to evidence loans made or guaranteed by the federal government or a federal agency;
        (2) twenty-five (25) years after the date of the first principal or lease rental payment, for obligations that are wholly or partially payable from tax increment revenues derived from property taxes;
         (3) twenty (20) years after the date of the first lease rental payment, for obligations issued after June 30, 2009, that are wholly or partially payable from lease rental payments; or
        (3) (4) twenty (20) years after the date of the first principal or lease rental payment, for obligations that are not described in subdivision (1), or (2), or (3) and are wholly or partially payable from ad valorem property taxes or special benefit taxes on property.
SOURCE: IC 5-1-14-16; (09ss1)PD3027.17. -->     SECTION 56. IC 5-1-14-16, AS ADDED BY P.L.146-2008, SECTION 31, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 16. (a) This section applies to obligations that are:
        (1) issued after June 30, 2008, by a local issuing body; and
        (2) payable from ad valorem property taxes, special benefit taxes on property, or tax increment revenues derived from property taxes;
including obligations that are issued under a statute that permits the bonds to be issued without complying with any other law or otherwise expressly exempts the bonds from the requirements of this

section.
    (b) An agreement for the issuance of obligations must provide for the payment of principal and interest on the obligations in nearly equal payment amounts and at regular designated intervals over the maximum term of the obligations except to the extent that:
        (1) interest for a particular repayment period has been paid from the proceeds of the obligations under section 6 of this chapter; or
        (2) the local issuing body authorizes a different payment schedule to:
            (A) maintain substantially equal payments, in the aggregate, in any period in which the local issuing body pays the interest and principal on outstanding obligations;
            (B) provide for the payment of principal on the obligations in amounts and at intervals that will produce an aggregate amount of principal payments greater than or equal to the aggregate amount that would otherwise be paid as of the same date;
            (C) provide for level principal payments over the term of the obligations, in order to reduce total interest costs; or
            (D) with respect to obligations wholly or partially payable from tax increment revenues derived from property taxes, provide for the payment of principal and interest in varying amounts over the term of the obligations as necessary due to the variation in the amount of tax increment revenues available for those payments; or
            (E) provide for a repayment schedule that will result in the same or a lower amount of interest being paid on obligations that would be issued using nearly equal payment amounts.

SOURCE: IC 5-10-8-2.2; (09ss1)PD3027.33. -->     SECTION 57. IC 5-10-8-2.2, AS AMENDED BY P.L.3-2008, SECTION 24, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 2.2. (a) As used in this section, "dependent" means a natural child, stepchild, or adopted child of a public safety employee who:
        (1) is less than eighteen (18) years of age;
        (2) is at least eighteen (18) years of age and has a physical or mental disability (using disability guidelines established by the Social Security Administration); or
        (3) is at least eighteen (18) and less than twenty-three (23) years of age and is enrolled in and regularly attending a secondary school or is a full-time student at an accredited college or university.
    (b) As used in this section, "public safety employee" means a full-time firefighter, police officer, county police officer, or sheriff.
    (c) This section applies only to local unit public employers and their public safety employees.
    (d) A local unit public employer may provide programs of group health insurance for its active and retired public safety employees through one (1) of the following methods:
        (1) By purchasing policies of group insurance.
        (2) By establishing self-insurance programs.
        (3) By electing to participate in the local unit group of local units that offer the state employee health plan under section 6.6 of this chapter.
         (4) If the local unit public employer is a school corporation, by electing to provide the coverage through a state employee health plan under section 6.7 of this chapter.
A local unit public employer may provide programs of group insurance other than group health insurance for the local unit public employer's active and retired public safety employees by purchasing policies of group insurance and by establishing self-insurance programs. However, the establishment of a self-insurance program is subject to the approval of the unit's fiscal body.
    (e) A local unit public employer may pay a part of the cost of group insurance for its active and retired public safety employees. However, a local unit public employer that provides group life insurance for its active and retired public safety employees shall pay a part of the cost of that

insurance.
    (f) A local unit public employer may not cancel an insurance contract under this section during the policy term of the contract.
    (g) After June 30, 1989, a local unit public employer that provides a group health insurance program for its active public safety employees shall also provide a group health insurance program to the following persons:
        (1) Retired public safety employees.
        (2) Public safety employees who are receiving disability benefits under IC 36-8-6, IC 36-8-7, IC 36-8-7.5, IC 36-8-8, or IC 36-8-10.
        (3) Surviving spouses and dependents of public safety employees who die while in active service or after retirement.
    (h) A public safety employee who is retired or has a disability and is eligible for group health insurance coverage under subsection (g)(1) or (g)(2):
        (1) may elect to have the person's spouse, dependents, or spouse and dependents covered under the group health insurance program at the time the person retires or becomes disabled;
        (2) must file a written request for insurance coverage with the employer within ninety (90) days after the person retires or begins receiving disability benefits; and
        (3) must pay an amount equal to the total of the employer's and the employee's premiums for the group health insurance for an active public safety employee (however, the employer may elect to pay any part of the person's premiums).
    (i) Except as provided in IC 36-8-6-9.7(f), IC 36-8-6-10.1(h), IC 36-8-7-12.3(g), IC 36-8-7-12.4(j), IC 36-8-7.5-13.7(h), IC 36-8-7.5-14.1(i), IC 36-8-8-13.9(d), IC 36-8-8-14.1(h), and IC 36-8-10-16.5 for a surviving spouse or dependent of a public safety employee who dies in the line of duty, a surviving spouse or dependent who is eligible for group health insurance under subsection (g)(3):
        (1) may elect to continue coverage under the group health insurance program after the death of the public safety employee;
        (2) must file a written request for insurance coverage with the employer within ninety (90) days after the death of the public safety employee; and
        (3) must pay the amount that the public safety employee would have been required to pay under this section for coverage selected by the surviving spouse or dependent (however, the employer may elect to pay any part of the surviving spouse's or dependents' premiums).
    (j) The eligibility for group health insurance under this section for a public safety employee who is retired or has a disability ends on the earlier of the following:
        (1) When the public safety employee becomes eligible for Medicare coverage as prescribed by 42 U.S.C. 1395 et seq.
        (2) When the employer terminates the health insurance program for active public safety employees.
    (k) A surviving spouse's eligibility for group health insurance under this section ends on the earliest of the following:
        (1) When the surviving spouse becomes eligible for Medicare coverage as prescribed by 42 U.S.C. 1395 et seq.
        (2) When the unit providing the insurance terminates the health insurance program for active public safety employees.
        (3) The date of the surviving spouse's remarriage.
        (4) When health insurance becomes available to the surviving spouse through employment.
    (l) A dependent's eligibility for group health insurance under this section ends on the earliest of the following:
        (1) When the dependent becomes eligible for Medicare coverage as prescribed by 42 U.S.C. 1395

et seq.
        (2) When the unit providing the insurance terminates the health insurance program for active public safety employees.
        (3) When the dependent no longer meets the criteria set forth in subsection (a).
        (4) When health insurance becomes available to the dependent through employment.
    (m) A public safety employee who is on leave without pay is entitled to participate for ninety (90) days in any group health insurance program maintained by the local unit public employer for active public safety employees if the public safety employee pays an amount equal to the total of the employer's and the employee's premiums for the insurance. However, the employer may pay all or part of the employer's premium for the insurance.
    (n) A local unit public employer may provide group health insurance for retired public safety employees or their spouses not covered by subsections (g) through (l) and may provide group health insurance that contains provisions more favorable to retired public safety employees and their spouses than required by subsections (g) through (l). A local unit public employer may provide group health insurance to a public safety employee who is on leave without pay for a longer period than required by subsection (m), and may continue to pay all or a part of the employer's premium for the insurance while the employee is on leave without pay.

SOURCE: IC 5-10-8-2.6; (09ss1)PD3027.34. -->     SECTION 58. IC 5-10-8-2.6, AS AMENDED BY P.L.1-2005, SECTION 76, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 2.6. (a) This section applies only to local unit public employers and their employees. This section does not apply to public safety employees, surviving spouses, and dependents covered by section 2.2 of this chapter.
    (b) A public employer may provide programs of group insurance for its employees and retired employees. The public employer may, however, exclude part-time employees and persons who provide services to the unit under contract from any group insurance coverage that the public employer provides to the employer's full-time employees. A public employer may provide programs of group health insurance under this section through one (1) of the following methods:
        (1) By purchasing policies of group insurance.
        (2) By establishing self-insurance programs.
        (3) By electing to participate in the local unit group of local units that offer the state employee health plan under section 6.6 of this chapter.
         (4) If the local unit public employer is a school corporation, by electing to provide the coverage through a state employee health plan under section 6.7 of this chapter.
A public employer may provide programs of group insurance other than group health insurance under this section by purchasing policies of group insurance and by establishing self-insurance programs. However, the establishment of a self-insurance program is subject to the approval of the unit's fiscal body.
    (c) A public employer may pay a part of the cost of group insurance, but shall pay a part of the cost of group life insurance for local employees. A public employer may pay, as supplemental wages, an amount equal to the deductible portion of group health insurance as long as payment of the supplemental wages will not result in the payment of the total cost of the insurance by the public employer.
    (d) An insurance contract for local employees under this section may not be canceled by the public employer during the policy term of the contract.
    (e) After June 30, 1986, a public employer shall provide a group health insurance program under subsection (g) to each retired employee:
        (1) whose retirement date is:
            (A) after May 31, 1986, for a retired employee who was a teacher (as defined in IC 20-18-2-22) for a school corporation; or
            (B) after June 30, 1986, for a retired employee not covered by clause (A);
        (2) who will have reached fifty-five (55) years of age on or before the employee's retirement date but who will not be eligible on that date for Medicare coverage as prescribed by 42 U.S.C. 1395 et seq.;
        (3) who will have completed twenty (20) years of creditable employment with a public employer on or before the employee's retirement date, ten (10) years of which must have been completed immediately preceding the retirement date; and
        (4) who will have completed at least fifteen (15) years of participation in the retirement plan of which the employee is a member on or before the employee's retirement date.
    (f) A group health insurance program required by subsection (e) must be equal in coverage to that offered active employees and must permit the retired employee to participate if the retired employee pays an amount equal to the total of the employer's and the employee's premiums for the group health insurance for an active employee and if the employee, within ninety (90) days after the employee's retirement date, files a written request with the employer for insurance coverage. However, the employer may elect to pay any part of the retired employee's premiums.
    (g) A retired employee's eligibility to continue insurance under subsection (e) ends when the employee becomes eligible for Medicare coverage as prescribed by 42 U.S.C. 1395 et seq., or when the employer terminates the health insurance program. A retired employee who is eligible for insurance coverage under subsection (e) may elect to have the employee's spouse covered under the health insurance program at the time the employee retires. If a retired employee's spouse pays the amount the retired employee would have been required to pay for coverage selected by the spouse, the spouse's subsequent eligibility to continue insurance under this section is not affected by the death of the retired employee. The surviving spouse's eligibility ends on the earliest of the following:
        (1) When the spouse becomes eligible for Medicare coverage as prescribed by 42 U.S.C. 1395 et seq.
        (2) When the employer terminates the health insurance program.
        (3) Two (2) years after the date of the employee's death.
        (4) The date of the spouse's remarriage.
    (h) This subsection does not apply to an employee who is entitled to group insurance coverage under IC 20-28-10-2(b). An employee who is on leave without pay is entitled to participate for ninety (90) days in any group health insurance program maintained by the public employer for active employees if the employee pays an amount equal to the total of the employer's and the employee's premiums for the insurance. However, the employer may pay all or part of the employer's premium for the insurance.
    (i) A public employer may provide group health insurance for retired employees or their spouses not covered by subsections (e) through (g) and may provide group health insurance that contains provisions more favorable to retired employees and their spouses than required by subsections (e) through (g). A public employer may provide group health insurance to an employee who is on leave without pay for a longer period than required by subsection (h), and may continue to pay all or a part of the employer's premium for the insurance while the employee is on leave without pay.
SOURCE: IC 5-10-8-6.7; (09ss1)PD3027.35. -->     SECTION 59. IC 5-10-8-6.7 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 6.7. (a) As used in this section, "state employee health plan" means a:
        (1) self-insurance program established under section 7(b) of this chapter; or
        (2) contract with a prepaid health care delivery plan entered into under section 7(c) of this chapter;
to provide group health coverage for state employees.
    (b) The state personnel department shall allow a school corporation to elect to provide

coverage of health care services for active and retired employees of the school corporation under a state employee health plan. If a school corporation elects to provide coverage of health care services for active and retired employees of the school corporation under a state employee health plan, it must provide coverage for all active and retired employees of the school corporation under the state employee health plan (other than any employees covered by an Indiana comprehensive health insurance association policy) if coverage was provided for these employees under the prior policies.
    (c) The following apply if a school corporation elects to provide coverage for active and retired employees of the school corporation under subsection (b):
        (1) The state shall not pay any part of the cost of the coverage.
        (2) The coverage provided to an active or retired school corporation employee under this section must be the same as the coverage provided to an active or retired state employee under the state employee health plan.
        (3) Notwithstanding sections 2.2 and 2.6 of this chapter:
            (A) the school corporation shall pay for the coverage provided to an active or retired school corporation employee under this section an amount not more than the amount paid by the state for coverage provided to an active or retired state employee under the state employee health plan; and
            (B) an active or retired school corporation employee shall pay for the coverage provided to the active or retired school corporation employee under this section an amount that is at least equal to the amount paid by an active or retired state employee for coverage provided to the active or retired state employee under the state employee health plan.
        (4) The school corporation shall pay any administrative costs of the school corporation's participation in the state employee health plan.
        (5) The school corporation shall provide the coverage elected under subsection (b) for a period of at least three (3) years beginning on the date the coverage of the school corporation employees under the state employee health plan begins.
    (d) The state personnel department shall provide an enrollment period at least every thirty (30) days for a school corporation that elects to provide coverage under subsection (b).
    (e) The state personnel department may adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 to implement this section.
    (f) Neither this section nor a school corporation's election to participate in a state employee health plan as provided in this section impairs the rights of an exclusive representative of the certificated or noncertificated employees of the school corporation to collectively bargain all matters related to school employee health insurance programs and benefits.

     (g) This subsection applies to school corporations that do not elect to provide coverage of health care services for active and retired employees of the school corporation under a state employee health plan as provided in this section. The department of education, with the assistance of the state personnel department, shall for each year after 2010 calculate the difference between:
        (1) the total cost to be paid by a school corporation for the year to provide coverage of health care services; minus
        (2) the total cost the school corporation would have paid for the year to provide coverage of health care services if the school corporation had elected to provide coverage under a state employee health plan in the preceding year as provided in this section.
    (h) If the result of the calculation for a school corporation under subsection (g) is positive, for contracts entered into or renewed after 2010 to provide
coverage for health care services:
        (1) the school corporation's employees shall pay the pro rata difference; and


        (2) the school corporation may not pay the difference on behalf of the school corporation's employees from any funds of the school corporation.
SOURCE: IC 5-10-8-8.5; (09ss1)PD3027.36. -->     SECTION 60. IC 5-10-8-8.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 8.5. (a) The retiree health benefit trust fund is established to provide funding for a retiree health benefit plan developed under IC 5-10-8.5.
    (b) The trust fund shall be administered by the budget agency. The expenses of administering the trust fund shall be paid from money in the trust fund. The trust fund consists of cigarette tax revenues deposited in the fund under IC 6-7-1-28.1(7) and other appropriations, revenues, or transfers to the trust fund under IC 4-12-1.
    (c) The treasurer of state shall invest the money in the trust fund not currently needed to meet the obligations of the trust fund in the same manner as other public money may be invested.
    (d) The trust fund is considered a trust fund for purposes of IC 4-9.1-1-7. Money may not be transferred, assigned, or otherwise removed from the trust fund by the state board of finance, the budget agency, or any other state agency.
    (e) The trust fund shall be established and administered in a manner that complies with Internal Revenue Code requirements concerning health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) trusts. Contributions by the state to the trust fund are irrevocable. All assets held in the trust fund must be held for the exclusive benefit of participants of the retiree health benefit plan developed under IC 5-10-8.5 and their beneficiaries. All assets in the trust fund:
        (1) are dedicated exclusively to providing benefits to participants of the plan and their beneficiaries according to the terms of the plan; and
        (2) are exempt from levy, sale, garnishment, attachment, or other legal process.
    (f) Money in the trust fund does not revert to the state general fund at the end of any state fiscal year.
    (g) The money in the trust fund is appropriated to the budget agency for providing the retiree health benefit plan developed under IC 5-10-8.5.

SOURCE: IC 5-10-8.5-15; (09ss1)PD3027.37. -->     SECTION 61. IC 5-10-8.5-15, AS ADDED BY P.L.44-2007, SECTION 1, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 15. (a) A participant's employer shall make contributions annually to the account on behalf of the participant. The amount of the contribution each fiscal year must equal the following, based on the participant's age on the last day of the calendar year that is in the fiscal year in which the contribution is made:
    Participant's Age in Years    Annual Contribution Amount
        Less than 30                $500 $450
        At least 30, but less than 40    $800 $720
        At least 40, but less than 50    $1,100 $990
        At least 50                $1,400 $1,260
    (b) The budget agency shall determine by rule the date on which the contributions are credited to participants' subaccounts.
     SECTION 62. IC 5-13-10.5-18 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 18. (a) As used in this section, "capital improvement board" refers to a capital improvement board established under IC 36-10-9.
    (b) The treasurer of state may invest or reinvest funds that are held by the treasurer and that are available for investment in obligations issued by the capital improvement board for the purposes of the capital improvement board in calendar years 2009, 2010, and 2011. The investment may not exceed nine million dollars ($9,000,000) per calendar year for 2009, 2010, and 2011.
    (c) To qualify for an investment under this section, the capital improvement board must apply to the treasurer of state in the form and manner required by the treasurer. As part of the application, the capital improvement board shall submit a plan for its use of the investment proceeds and for the repayment of the capital improvement board's obligation to the treasurer. Within sixty (60) days after receipt of each application, the treasurer shall consider the application and review its accuracy and completeness. The treasurer shall make the investment in the capital improvement board's obligations if the treasurer approves the accuracy and completeness of the application and determines that there is an adequate method of payment for the capital improvement board's obligations.
    (d) The treasurer of state shall determine the terms of each investment and the capital improvement board's obligation, which must include the following:
        (1) The duration of the capital improvement board's obligation, which must be for a term of ten (10) years with an option for the capital improvement board to pay its obligation to the treasurer early without penalty.
        (2) The repayment schedule of the capital improvement board's obligation, which must provide that no payments are due before January 1, 2013.
        (3) A rate of interest to be determined by the treasurer.
        (4) The amount of each investment, which may not exceed the maximum amounts established for the capital improvement board by this section.
        (5) Any other conditions specified by the treasurer.
    (e) The capital improvement board may issue obligations under this section by adoption of a resolution and, as set forth in IC 5-1-14, may use any source of revenue to satisfy the obligation to the treasurer of state under this section. This section constitutes complete authority for the capital improvement board to issue obligations to the treasurer. If the capital improvement board fails to make any payments on the capital improvement board's obligation to the treasurer, the amount payable shall be withheld by the auditor of state from any other money payable to the capital improvement board. The amount withheld shall be transferred to the treasurer to the credit of the capital improvement board.

SOURCE: IC 5-22-17-9; (09ss1)PD3027.38. -->     SECTION 63. IC 5-22-17-9 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 9. (a) A contract entered into by a state agency may require the contractor to offer to political subdivisions the services, or supplies, or transportation equipment, including buses, that are the subject of the contract under conditions specified in the contract.
     (b) Before making a procurement decision regarding a procurement that costs at least fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), a political subdivision must consult:
        (1) at least two (2) cooperative purchasing organizations that offer; or
        (2) if only one (1) cooperative purchasing organization exists, one (1) cooperative purchasing organization that offers;
the same or similar services, supplies, or equipment for purchase. A political subdivision shall maintain records of the cooperative purchasing organizations consulted, including the price of the same or similar service, supply, or equipment, with other relevant documents that support the procurement determination. The records and documents are public records and subject to review by the state board of accounts.
    (c) The Indiana department of administration may adopt rules to regulate purchases described in subsection (b) by political subdivisions. A rule adopted under this subsection may supplement this article and may not be inconsistent with this article.
    (d) The Indiana department of administration may establish written policies for purchases described in subsection (b) by political subdivisions to ensure that political subdivisions secure the best available price and quality of an item purchased under this article. A written policy

established under this subsection for purchases described in subsection (b):
        (1) may apply to all purchases generally or to a specific purchase as stated in the solicitation for that purchase;
        (2) must provide for evaluation criteria and selection criteria appropriate for each type or quantity of purchase; and
        (3) may supplement this article or a policy, guideline, or ordinance adopted by a political subdivision.

     SECTION 64. IC 5-22-21-1 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 1. (a) This chapter applies only to personal property owned by a governmental body that is a state agency.
    (b) This chapter does not apply to the following:
        (1) The sale of timber by the department of natural resources under IC 14-23-4.
        (2) The satisfaction of a lien or judgment by a state agency under court proceedings.
        (3) The disposition of unclaimed property under IC 32-34-1.
         (4) The sale or harvesting of vegetation (as defined in IC 8-23-24.5-3) under IC 8-23-24.5.
        (5) The sale or harvesting of vegetation (as defined in IC 4-20.5-22-4) under IC 4-20.5-22.

SOURCE: IC 5-28-26-18; (09ss1)PD3027.39. -->     SECTION 65. IC 5-28-26-18, AS AMENDED BY P.L.146-2008, SECTION 44, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 18. (a) A unit may issue bonds for the purpose of providing public facilities under this chapter.
    (b) The bonds are payable from any funds available to the unit.
    (c) The bonds shall be authorized by a resolution of the unit.
    (d) The terms and form of the bonds shall be set out either in the resolution or in a form of trust indenture approved by the resolution.
    (e) The bonds must mature within:
        (1) fifty (50) years for bonds issued before July 1, 2008; or
        (2) twenty-five (25) years for bonds issued after June 30, 2008, and before July 1, 2009; or
        (3) twenty-five (25) years after the date of the first principal payment for bonds issued after June 30, 2009.

    (f) The unit shall sell the bonds at public or private sale upon terms determined by the district.
    (g) All money received from any bonds issued under this chapter shall be applied solely to the payment of the cost of providing public facilities within a global commerce center, or the cost of refunding or refinancing outstanding bonds, for which the bonds are issued. The cost may include the cost of:
        (1) planning and development of the public facilities and all related buildings, facilities, structures, and improvements;
        (2) acquisition of a site and clearing and preparing the site for construction;
        (3) equipment, facilities, structures, and improvements that are necessary or desirable to make the public facilities suitable for use and operation;
        (4) architectural, engineering, consultant, and attorney's fees;
        (5) incidental expenses in connection with the issuance and sale of bonds;
        (6) reserves for principal and interest;
        (7) interest during construction and for a period thereafter determined by the district, but not to exceed five (5) years;
        (8) financial advisory fees;
        (9) insurance during construction;
        (10) municipal bond insurance, debt service reserve insurance, letters of credit, or other credit enhancement; and
        (11) in the case of refunding or refinancing, payment of the principal of, redemption premiums,

if any, for, and interest on, the bonds being refunded or refinanced.
    (h) A unit that issues bonds under this section may enter an interlocal agreement with any other unit located in the area served by the district in which the global commerce center is designated. A party to an agreement under this section may pledge any of its revenues, including taxes or allocated taxes under IC 36-7-14, to the bonds or lease rental obligations of another party to the agreement.

SOURCE: IC 5-28-34; (09ss1)PD3027.40. -->     SECTION 66. IC 5-28-34 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW CHAPTER TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]:
     Chapter 34. Green Industries Fund
    Sec. 1. As used in this chapter, "fund" means the green industries fund established by section 3 of this chapter.
    Sec. 2. For the purposes of this chapter, "green industry" means an Indiana business that manufactures products that reduce energy consumption or lower emissions in the market of their intended use, including the following:
        (1) Biofuels.
        (2) Advanced technology vehicles.
        (3) Alternative fuel vehicles and power systems.
        (4) Clean diesel technology.
        (5) Domestic appliances.
        (6) Distributed power generation.
        (7) Emission control systems.
        (8) Energy monitoring, management, and efficiency.
        (9) Fuel cells.
        (10) Renewable energy.
        (11) Smart grid technology.

         (12) Highly insulative building construction products.
        (13) Construction products manufactured from at least fifty percent (50%) postconsumer products.

        (14) Other sectors determined by the corporation.
    Sec. 3. (a) The green industries fund is established. The fund shall be administered by the corporation.
    (b) The fund may be used to provide grants and loans to Indiana manufacturing companies for the following purposes:
        (1) To strengthen Indiana's economy by focusing investment in advanced manufacturing clusters focused on more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable technologies, processes, and products.
        (2) To accelerate job creation through training and education initiatives to enhance the skills and employment prospects of Indiana's workforce in green industries.
        (3) To facilitate the redevelopment of Indiana manufacturing sites, facilities, and processes to operate in a more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable manner.
        (4) To stimulate the development of technologies, processes and products that reduce energy consumption or lower emissions in the market of their intended use.
        (5) To encourage public-private partnerships focused on development of green industries among Indiana manufacturing companies, public or private educational institutions, nonprofit organizations and charitable foundations, research and development organizations, and state agencies.
    Sec. 4. (a) An Indiana manufacturing company may apply for one (1) or more grants or loans from the fund.
    (b) The corporation shall give priority to applications that meet three (3) or more of the

purposes listed in section 3 of this chapter. The corporation shall base the award of a grant or loan on the number and quality of jobs being created, the community's economic need, and the capital investment being made by the applicant.
    (c) A grant may not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the applicant's project costs.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-1-3.8; (09ss1)PD3027.41. -->     SECTION 67. IC 6-1.1-1-3.8 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 3.8. "Civil taxing unit" has the meaning set forth in IC 6-1.1-18.5-1.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-1-5.4; (09ss1)PD3027.42. -->     SECTION 68. IC 6-1.1-1-5.4 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 5.4. "Department" refers to the department of local government finance.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-1-8.4; (09ss1)PD3011.6. -->     SECTION 69. IC 6-1.1-1-8.4, AS ADDED BY P.L.146-2008, SECTION 47, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 8.4. (a) "Inventory" means:
        (1) materials held for processing or for use in production;
        (2) finished or partially finished goods of a manufacturer or processor; and
        (3) property held for sale in the ordinary course of trade or business.
     (b) The term includes:
         (1) items that qualify as inventory under 50 IAC 4.2-5-1 (as effective December 31, 2008); and
        (2) subject to subsection (c), a mobile home or manufactured home that:
            (A) does not qualify as real property;
            (B) is located in a mobile home community;
            (C) is unoccupied; and
            (D) is:
                (i) owned and held for sale by the owner of the mobile home community; or
                (ii) owned by a person other than the owner of the mobile home community and held for sale by the owner of the mobile home.
    (c) Subsection (b)(2) applies regardless of whether the mobile home that is held for sale is new or was previously owned.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-4-4; (09ss1)PD3027.43. -->     SECTION 70. IC 6-1.1-4-4, AS AMENDED BY P.L.136-2009, SECTION 1, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 4. (a) A general reassessment, involving a physical inspection of all real property in Indiana, shall begin July 1, 2000, and be the basis for taxes payable in 2003.
    (b) (a) A general reassessment, involving a physical inspection of all real property in Indiana, shall begin July 1, 2009, 2010, and each fifth year thereafter. Each reassessment under this subsection:
        (1) shall be completed on or before March 1 of the year that succeeds by two (2) years the year in which the general reassessment begins; and
        (2) shall be the basis for taxes payable in the year following the year in which the general assessment is to be completed.
    (c) (b) In order to ensure that assessing officials are prepared for a general reassessment of real property, the department of local government finance shall give adequate advance notice of the general reassessment to the assessing officials of each county.
    (d) (c) For a general reassessment that begins on or after July 1, 2009, 2010, the assessed value of real property shall be based on the estimated true tax value of the property on the assessment date that is the basis for taxes payable in the year following the year in which the general reassessment is to be completed.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-4-4.6; (09ss1)PD3011.11. -->     SECTION 71. IC 6-1.1-4-4.6 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 4.6. (a) If a county assessor fails before July 2 of a particular year to prepare and deliver to the county auditor a complete

detailed list of all of the real property listed for taxation in the county as required by IC 6-1.1-5-14 and at least one hundred eighty (180) days have elapsed after the July 1 deadline specified in IC 6-1.1-5-14 for delivering the list, the department of local government finance may develop annual adjustment factors under this section for that year. In developing annual adjustment factors under this section, the department of local government finance shall use data in its possession that is obtained from:
        (1) the county assessor; or
        (2) any of the sources listed in the rule, including county or state sales data, government studies, ratio studies, cost and depreciation tables, and other market analyses.
    (b) Using the data described in subsection (a), the department of local government finance shall propose to establish annual adjustment factors for the affected tax districts
for one (1) or more of the classes of real property. The proposal may provide for the equalization of annual adjustment factors in the affected township or county and in adjacent areas. The department of local government finance shall issue notice and provide opportunity for hearing in accordance with IC 6-1.1-14-4 and IC 6-1.1-14-9, as applicable, before issuing final annual adjustment factors.
    (c) The annual adjustment factors finally determined by the department of local government finance after the hearing required under subsection (b) apply to the annual adjustment of real property under section 4.5 of this chapter for:
        (1) the assessment date; and
        (2) the real property;
specified in the final determination of the department of local government finance.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-4-17; (09ss1)PD3011.12. -->     SECTION 72. IC 6-1.1-4-17, AS AMENDED BY P.L.146-2008, SECTION 71, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2010]: Sec. 17. (a) Subject to the approval of the department of local government finance and the requirements of section 18.5 of this chapter, a county assessor may employ professional appraisers as technical advisors for assessments in all townships in the county. The department of local government finance may approve employment under this subsection only if the department is a party to the employment contract and any addendum to the employment contract.
    (b) A decision by a county assessor to not employ a professional appraiser as a technical advisor in a general reassessment is subject to approval by the department of local government finance.
    (c) As used in this chapter, "professional appraiser" means an individual or firm that is certified under IC 6-1.1-31.7.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-4-19.5; (09ss1)PD3011.13. -->     SECTION 73. IC 6-1.1-4-19.5, AS AMENDED BY P.L.146-2008, SECTION 73, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 19.5. (a) The department of local government finance shall develop a standard contract or standard provisions for contracts to be used in securing professional appraising services.
    (b) The standard contract or contract provisions must contain:
        (1) a fixed date by which the professional appraiser or appraisal firm shall have completed all responsibilities under the contract;
        (2) a penalty clause under which the amount to be paid for appraisal services is decreased for failure to complete specified services within the specified time;
        (3) a provision requiring the appraiser, or appraisal firm, to make periodic reports to the county assessor;
        (4) a provision stipulating the manner in which, and the time intervals at which, the periodic reports referred to in subdivision (3) of this subsection are to be made;
        (5) a precise stipulation of what service or services are to be provided and what class or classes of property are to be appraised;
        (6) a provision stipulating that the contractor will generate complete parcel characteristics and parcel assessment data in a manner and format acceptable to the legislative services agency and the department of local government finance;
        (7) a provision stipulating that the legislative services agency and the department of local government finance have unrestricted access to the contractor's work product under the contract; and
        (8) a provision stating that the department of local government finance is a party to the contract and any addendum to the contract.
The department of local government finance may devise other necessary provisions for the contracts in order to give effect to this chapter.
    (c) In order to comply with the duties assigned to it by this section, the department of local government finance may develop:
        (1) one (1) or more model contracts;
        (2) one (1) contract with alternate provisions; or
        (3) any combination of subdivisions (1) and (2).
The department may approve special contract language in order to meet any unusual situations.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-4-42; (09ss1)PD3027.44. -->     SECTION 74. IC 6-1.1-4-42 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 42. (a) This section applies to assessment dates after January 15, 2010.
    (b) As used in this section, "golf course" means an area of land and yard improvements that are predominately used to play the game of golf. A golf course consists of a series of holes, each consisting of a teeing area, fairway, rough and other hazards, and the green with the pin and cup.
    (c) The true tax value of real property regularly used as a golf course is the valuation determined by applying the income capitalization appraisal approach. The income capitalization approach used to determine the true tax value of a golf course must:
        (1) incorporate an applicable income capitalization method and appropriate capitalization rates that are developed and used in computations that lead to an indication of value commensurate with the risks for the subject property use;
        (2) provide for the uniform and equal assessment of golf courses of similar grade quality and play length; and
        (3) exclude the value of personal property, intangible property, and income derived from personal or intangible property.
    (d) For assessment dates after January 15, 2010, and before March 1, 2012, a township assessor (if any) or the county assessor shall gather and process information from the owner of a golf course to carry out this section in accordance with the rules adopted by the department of local government finance under IC 4-22-2.
    (e) For assessment dates after February 28, 2012, the department of local government finance shall, by rules adopted under IC 4-22-2, establish uniform income capitalization tables and procedures to be used for the assessment of golf courses. The department of local government finance may rely on analysis conducted by a state educational institution to develop the income capitalization tables and procedures required under this section. Assessing officials shall use the tables and procedures adopted by the department of local government finance to assess, reassess, and annually adjust the assessed value of golf courses.
    (f) The department of local government finance may prescribe procedures, forms, and due dates for the collection from the owners or operators of golf courses of the necessary earnings, income, profits, losses, and expenditures data necessary to carry out this section. An owner or operator of a golf course shall comply with the procedures and reporting schedules prescribed

by the department of local government finance.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-5.5-2; (09ss1)LS6022.15. -->     SECTION 75. IC 6-1.1-5.5-2, AS AMENDED BY P.L.144-2008, SECTION 2, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 2. (a) As used in this chapter, "conveyance document" means any of the following:
        (1) Any of the following that purports to transfer a real property interest for valuable consideration:
            (A) A document.
            (B) A deed.
            (C) A contract of sale.
            (D) An agreement.
            (E) A judgment.
            (F) A lease that includes the fee simple estate and is for a period in excess of ninety (90) years.
            (G) A quitclaim deed serving as a source of title.
            (H) Another document presented for recording.
        (2) Documents for compulsory transactions as a result of foreclosure or express threat of foreclosure, divorce, court order, condemnation, or probate.
        (3) Documents involving the partition of land between tenants in common, joint tenants, or tenants by the entirety.
    (b) The term does not include the following:
        (1) Security interest documents such as mortgages and trust deeds.
        (2) Leases that are for a term of less than ninety (90) years.
        (3) Agreements and other documents for mergers, consolidations, and incorporations involving solely nonlisted stock.
        (4) Quitclaim deeds not serving as a source of title.
         (5) Public utility or governmental easements or rights-of-way.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-5.5-4.7; (09ss1)LS6022.16. -->     SECTION 76. IC 6-1.1-5.5-4.7, AS AMENDED BY P.L.228-2005, SECTION 17, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 4.7. (a) The assessment training and administration fund is established for the purpose of receiving fees deposited under section 4 of this chapter. Money in the fund may be used by:
        (1) the department of local government finance:
             (A) to cover expenses incurred in the development and administration of programs for the training of assessment officials and employees of the department, including the examination and certification program required by IC 6-1.1-35.5; and
            (B) for data base management expenses;
or
        (2) the Indiana board to:
            (A) conduct appeal activities; or
            (B) pay for appeal services.
    (b) The treasurer of state shall invest the money in the fund not currently needed to meet the obligations of the fund in the same manner as other public money may be invested.
    (c) Money in the fund at the end of a state fiscal year does not revert to the state general fund.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-7-15; (09ss1)PD3011.17. -->     SECTION 77. IC 6-1.1-7-15 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 15. (a) This section applies to a mobile home or manufactured home:
        (1) that has deteriorated to a degree that it can no longer provide suitable protection from the elements as to be used as a primary place of residence;
        (2) that has little or no value as a structure to be rehabilitated for use as a primary place of residence;
        (3) on which personal property tax liability has been imposed in an amount that exceeds the estimated resale value of the mobile home or manufactured home; and
        (4) that has been abandoned in a mobile home community licensed under IC 16-41-27.
    (b) The holder of the title of a mobile home or manufactured home described in subsection (a) may submit a written request to the county assessor for the county where the mobile home or manufactured home is located requesting that personal property tax liability imposed on the mobile home or manufactured home be waived. If the county assessor determines that the property that is the subject of the request meets the requirements in subsection (a), the county assessor shall send to the applicant a letter that waives the property taxes, special assessments, interest, penalties, and costs assessed against the property under this article, subject to compliance with subsection (c). The county assessor shall deliver a copy of the letter to the county auditor and the county treasurer.
    (c) Upon receipt of a letter waiving property taxes imposed on a mobile home or manufactured home, the holder of the title of the property that is the subject of a letter issued under subsection (b) shall:
        (1) deliver a signed statement to the county assessor stating that the mobile home or manufactured home:
            (A) will be dismantled or destroyed either at its present site or at a remote site; and
            (B) will not be used again as a dwelling or other shelter; and
        (2) dismantle or destroy the mobile home or manufactured home and not use the mobile home or manufactured home as a structure after the issuance date of the letter waiving property taxes.
    (d) The county auditor shall remove from the tax duplicate the property taxes, special assessments, interest, penalties, and costs for which a waiver is granted under this section.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-7; (09ss1)PD3011.18. -->     SECTION 78. IC 6-1.1-8-7 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 7. (a) The fixed property of a bus company consists of real property and tangible personal property which is located within or on the real property.
    (b) A bus company's property which is not described in subsection (a) is indefinite-situs distributable property. This property includes, but is not limited to, buses and other mobile equipment. The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of this property among the taxing districts in or through which the company operates its system. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the bus company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is the company's average daily regularly scheduled passenger vehicle route miles in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the company's average daily regularly scheduled passenger vehicle route miles in this state.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-8; (09ss1)PD3011.19. -->     SECTION 79. IC 6-1.1-8-8 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 8. (a) The fixed property of an express company consists of real property. and tangible personal property which has a definite situs. The remainder of the express company's property is indefinite-situs distributable property.
    (b) The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of an express company's indefinite-situs distributable property among the taxing districts in which the fixed property of the company is located. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the express company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is the value of the company's fixed property which is located in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the value of the company's fixed property which is located in this state.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-9; (09ss1)PD3011.20. -->     SECTION 80. IC 6-1.1-8-9 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 9. (a) The fixed property of a light, heat, or power company consists of
    (1) automotive and other mobile equipment;
    (2) office furniture and fixtures;
    (3) other tangible personal property which is not used as part of the company's production plant, transmission system, or distribution system; and
    (4) real property which is not part of the company's right-of-ways, transmission system, or distribution system.
    (b) A light, heat, or power company's property which is not described as fixed property in subsection (a) of this section is definite-situs distributable property. This property includes, but is not limited to, turbo-generators, boilers, transformers, transmission lines, distribution lines, and pipe lines.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-10; (09ss1)PD3011.21. -->     SECTION 81. IC 6-1.1-8-10 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 10. (a) The fixed property of a pipe line company consists of
        (1) real property which is not part of a pipe line or right-of-way of the company. and
        (2) tangible personal property which is not part of the company's distribution system.
    (b) A pipe line company's property which is not described in subsection (a) is indefinite-situs distributable property. The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of this property among the taxing districts in which the company's pipe lines are located. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the pipe line company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is the length of the company's pipe lines in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the length of the company's pipe lines in this state.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-11; (09ss1)PD3011.22. -->     SECTION 82. IC 6-1.1-8-11 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 11. (a) The fixed property of the railroad company consists of real property which is not required for the operation of the railroad. and tangible personal property which is located within or on that real property. The remaining property of the railroad company is distributable property.
    (b) A railroad company's definite-situs distributable property consists of the company's:
        (1) rights-of-way and road beds;
        (2) station and depot grounds;
        (3) yards, yard sites, superstructures, turntable, and turnouts;
        (4) tracks;
        (5) telegraph poles, wires, instruments, and other appliances, which are located on the right-of-ways; and
        (6) any other buildings or fixed situs personal property used in the operation of the railroad.
    (c) A railroad company's property which is not described in subsection (a) or (b) is indefinite-situs distributable property. This property includes, but is not limited to, rolling stock. The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of this property among the taxing districts in which the railroad company operates its system. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the railroad company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is the relative value of the company's main lines, branch lines, main tracks, second main tracks, and sidetracks, including all leased lines and tracks, which are located in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the relative value of the company's main lines, branch lines, main tracks, second main tracks, and sidetracks, including all leased lines and tracks, which are located in this state.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-12; (09ss1)PD3011.23. -->     SECTION 83. IC 6-1.1-8-12 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 12. (a) The fixed property of a railroad car company consists of real property. and

tangible personal property which has a definite situs. The remainder of the railroad car company's property is indefinite-situs distributable property.
    (b) The department of local government finance shall assess a railroad car company's indefinite-situs distributable property on the basis of the average number of cars owned or used by the company within this state during the twelve (12) months of the calendar year preceding the year of assessment. The average number of cars within this state equals the product of:
        (1) the sum of "M" plus "E"; multiplied by
        (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is "N", and the denominator of which is the number two (2).
"M" equals the mileage traveled by the railroad car company's cars in this state divided by the mileage traveled by the company's cars both within and outside this state. "E" equals the earnings generated by the company's cars in this state divided by the earnings generated by the company's cars both within and outside this state. "N" equals the total number of cars owned or used by the company both within and outside this state.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-13; (09ss1)PD3011.24. -->     SECTION 84. IC 6-1.1-8-13 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 13. (a) The fixed property of a sleeping car company consists of real property. and tangible personal property which has a definite situs.
    (b) A sleeping car company's property which is not described in subsection (a) is indefinite-situs distributable property. The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of this property among the taxing districts in or through which the company operates cars. The department of local government finance shall make the apportionment in a manner which it considers fair.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-14; (09ss1)PD3011.25. -->     SECTION 85. IC 6-1.1-8-14 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 14. (a) The fixed property of a street railway company consists of
        (1) real property which is not part of the company's tracks or rights-of-way. and
        (2) tangible personal property which is located within or on the real property described in subdivision (1).
    (b) A street railway company's property which is not described in subsection (a) is distributable property. This property includes, but is not limited to:
        (1) rights-of-way of the company;
        (2) tangible personal property which is located on a right-of-way of the company; and
        (3) rolling stock.
    (c) The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of a street railway company's indefinite-situs distributable property among the taxing districts in or through which the company operates its system. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the street railway company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is the company's average daily regularly scheduled passenger vehicle route miles in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the company's average daily regularly scheduled passenger vehicle route miles in this state.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-15; (09ss1)PD3011.26. -->     SECTION 86. IC 6-1.1-8-15 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 15. (a) The fixed property of a telephone, telegraph, or cable company consists of
        (1) tangible personal property which is not used as part of the distribution system of the company; and
        (2) real property which is not part of the company's rights-of-way or distribution system.
    (b) A telephone, telegraph, or cable company's property which is not described under subsection (a) is indefinite-situs distributable property. The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of this property among the taxing districts in which the

company's lines or cables, including laterals, are located. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the telephone, telegraph, or cable company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is the length of the company's lines and cables, including laterals, which are located in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the length of the company's lines and cables, including laterals, which are located in this state.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-17; (09ss1)PD3011.27. -->     SECTION 87. IC 6-1.1-8-17 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 17. (a) The fixed property of a water distribution company consists of
        (1) tangible personal property which is not used as part of the company's distribution system; and
        (2) real property which is not part of the company's rights-of-way or distribution system.
A well, settling basin, or reservoir (except an impounding reservoir) is not fixed property of a water distribution company if it is used to store treated water or water in the process of treatment.
    (b) A water distribution company's property which is not described as fixed property under subsection (a) is indefinite-situs distributable property. The department of local government finance shall apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of this property among the taxing districts in which the company's water mains, including feeder and distribution mains, are located. The amount which the department of local government finance shall distribute to a taxing district equals the product of (1) the total assessed valuation of the water distribution company's indefinite-situs distributable property, multiplied by (2) a fraction, the numerator of which is the length of the company's water mains, including feeder and distribution mains, which are located in the taxing district, and the denominator of which is the length of the company's water mains, including feeder and distribution mains, which are located in this state.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8-18; (09ss1)PD3011.28. -->     SECTION 88. IC 6-1.1-8-18 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2010]: Sec. 18. For a public utility company which is not within one (1) of the classes of companies whose property is described in sections 6 through 17 of this chapter, the fixed property of the company consists of real property. and tangible personal property. The remainder of the company's property is indefinite-situs distributable property. The department of local government finance shall, in a manner which it considers fair, apportion and distribute the assessed valuation of the company's indefinite-situs distributable property among the taxing districts in which the company operates its system.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8.5-11; (09ss1)PD3011.30. -->     SECTION 89. IC 6-1.1-8.5-11 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2009 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 11. (a) A taxpayer or the county assessor of the qualifying county in which the industrial facility is located may appeal an assessment by the department of local government finance made under this chapter to the Indiana board. An appeal under this section shall be conducted in the same manner as an appeal under IC 6-1.1-15-4 through IC 6-1.1-15-8. An assessment made under this chapter that is not appealed under this section is a final unappealable order of the department of local government finance.
    (b) The Indiana board shall hold a hearing on the appeal and issue an order within one (1) year after the date the appeal is filed. (a) The industrial company that owns or uses the industrial facility assessed by the department of local government finance under this chapter may appeal that assessment to the Indiana board. Subject to subsections (b), (c), (d), and (e), the county assessor of the county in which the industrial facility assessed by the department of local government finance is located may appeal that assessment to the Indiana board.
    (b) The county assessor of a qualifying county may not expend public money appealing an assessment under this section unless the following requirements are met before a petition for review is submitted to the Indiana board:
        (1) The county assessor submits to the county fiscal body a written estimate of the cost of the appeal.
        (2) The county fiscal body adopts a resolution approving the county assessor's proposed expenditure to carry out the appeal.
        (3) The total amount of the proposed expenditure is in accordance with an appropriation made by the county fiscal body in the manner provided by law.
    (c) Except as otherwise provided in subsections (d) and (e), an appeal under this section shall be conducted in the same manner as an appeal under IC 6-1.1-15-4 through IC 6-1.1-15-8. An assessment made under this chapter that is not appealed under this section is a final unappealable order of the department of local government finance.
    (d) With respect to an appeal filed by a county assessor under this section, the following apply:
        (1) In the petition for review to the Indiana board, the county assessor shall state what the county assessor contends the assessed value of the industrial facility should be and provide substantial evidence in support of that contention. Failure to comply with this requirement results in dismissal of the county assessor's petition for review and no further appeal of the assessment by the county assessor may be taken.
        (2) Not later than thirty (30) days after the county assessor files a petition for review in compliance with subdivision (1), the Indiana board shall hold a hearing at which the county assessor must establish a reasonable likelihood of success on any contentions made in the petition for review including, without limitation, the contention required under subdivision (1) regarding the assessed value of the real estate. The industrial company whose industrial facility is the subject of the county assessor's petition for review and the department of local government finance has the right to appear at this hearing and to present testimony, to cross-examine witnesses, and to present evidence regarding the county assessor's contentions.
        (3) Not later than thirty (30) days after the hearing held under subdivision (2), the Indiana board shall issue a determination whether the county assessor has established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review. If the Indiana board determines that the county assessor has not established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review, the county assessor's petition for review shall be dismissed and no further appeal of the assessment by the county assessor may be taken. If the Indiana board determines that the county assessor has established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review, the Indiana board's determination does not create the presumption that the county assessor's contentions are valid. A determination by the Indiana board that the county assessor has established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review may be appealed to the Indiana tax court as an interlocutory appeal. A party may petition for review by the Indiana supreme court of the Indiana tax court's ruling regarding an interlocutory appeal brought under this subdivision.
        (4) The Indiana board shall not hold a hearing on the appeal under IC 6-1.1-15-4 and the county assessor shall not be permitted to conduct discovery under the Indiana board's administrative rules until a determination has been issued under subdivision (3) and:
            (A) any interlocutory appeal under subdivision (3) has been ruled on by the Indiana tax court; or
            (B) the Indiana supreme court has either rejected a petition for review concerning the Indiana tax court's ruling on the interlocutory appeal or issued a decision regarding the Indiana tax court's ruling on the interlocutory appeal.
    (e) On any appeal that has not been dismissed, the Indiana board shall issue an order within one (1) year after:
        (1) the taxpayer filed its petition for review;
        (2) the issuance of the Indiana board's determination under subsection (d)(3) in the case of an appeal by the county assessor; or
        (3) the Indiana tax court or Indiana supreme court rules on a taxpayer's interlocutory appeal under subsection (d)(3) in the case of an appeal by the county assessor;
whichever is latest.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-8.7-8; (09ss1)PD3011.31. -->     SECTION 90. IC 6-1.1-8.7-8, AS AMENDED BY P.L.219-2007, SECTION 21, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2009 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 8. (a) The industrial company that owns or uses the industrial facility assessed by the department under this chapter a taxpayer that petitioned for assessment of an industrial facility assessed under this chapter, or may appeal that assessment to the Indiana board. Subject to subsections (b), (c), (d), and (e), the county assessor of the county in which the industrial facility is located may appeal an assessment by the department made under this chapter to the Indiana board. An appeal under this section shall be conducted in the same manner as an appeal under IC 6-1.1-15-4 through IC 6-1.1-15-8. An assessment made under this chapter that is not appealed under this section is a final unappealable order of the department.
    (b) The Indiana board shall hold a hearing on the appeal and issue an order within one (1) year of the date the appeal is filed. The county assessor of a qualifying county may not expend public money appealing an assessment under this section unless the following requirements are met before a petition for review is submitted to the Indiana board:
        (1) The county assessor submits to the county fiscal body a written estimate of the cost of the appeal.
        (2) The county fiscal body adopts a resolution approving the county assessor's proposed expenditure to carry out the appeal.
        (3) The total amount of the proposed expenditure is in accordance with an appropriation made by the county fiscal body in the manner provided by law.
    (c) Except as otherwise provided in subsections (d) and (e), an appeal under this section shall be conducted in the same manner as an appeal under IC 6-1.1-15-4 through IC 6-1.1-15-8. An assessment made under this chapter that is not appealed under this section is a final unappealable order of the department.
    (d) With respect to an appeal filed by a county assessor under this section, the following apply:
        (1) In the petition for review to the Indiana board, the county assessor shall state what the county assessor contends the assessed value of the industrial facility should be and provide substantial evidence in support of that contention. Failure to comply with this requirement results in dismissal of the county assessor's petition for review, and no further appeal of the assessment by the county assessor may be taken.
        (2) Not later than thirty (30) days after the county assessor files a petition for review in compliance with subdivision (1), the Indiana board shall hold a hearing at which the county assessor must establish a reasonable likelihood of success on any contentions made in the petition for review including, without limitation, the contention required under subdivision (1) regarding the assessed value of the real estate. The industrial company whose industrial facility is the subject of the county assessor's petition for review and the department have the right to appear at this hearing and to present testimony, to cross examine witnesses, and to present evidence regarding the county assessor's contentions.
        (3) Not later than thirty (30) days after the hearing held under subdivision (2), the Indiana board shall issue a determination whether the county assessor has established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review. If the Indiana board

determines that the county assessor has not established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review, the county assessor's petition for review shall be dismissed, and no further appeal of the assessment by the county assessor may be taken. If the Indiana board determines that the county assessor has established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review, the Indiana board's determination does not create the presumption that the county assessor's contentions are valid. A determination by the Indiana board that the county assessor has established a reasonable likelihood of success on the contentions in the petition for review may be appealed to the Indiana tax court as an interlocutory appeal. A party may petition for review by the Indiana supreme court of the Indiana tax court's ruling regarding an interlocutory appeal brought under this subdivision.
        (4) The Indiana board shall not hold a hearing on the appeal under IC 6-1.1-15-4 and the county assessor shall not be permitted to conduct discovery under the Indiana board's administrative rules until a determination has been issued under subdivision (3) and:
            (A) any interlocutory appeal under subdivision (3) has been ruled on by the Indiana tax court; or
            (B) the Indiana supreme court has either rejected a petition for review concerning the Indiana tax court's ruling on the interlocutory appeal or issued a decision regarding the Indiana tax court's ruling on the interlocutory appeal.
    (e) On any appeal that has not been dismissed, the Indiana board shall issue an order within one (1) year after:
        (1) the taxpayer filed its petition for review;
        (2) the issuance of the Indiana board's determination under subsection (d)(3) in the case of an appeal by the county assessor; or
        (3) the Indiana tax court or the Indiana supreme court rules on a taxpayer's interlocutory appeal under subsection (d)(3) in the case of an appeal by the county assessor;
whichever is latest.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-11-4; (09ss1)PD3027.45. -->     SECTION 91. IC 6-1.1-11-4 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 4. (a) The exemption application referred to in section 3 of this chapter is not required if the exempt property is owned by the United States, the state, an agency of this state, or a political subdivision (as defined in IC 36-1-2-13). However, this subsection applies only when the property is used, and in the case of real property occupied, by the owner.
    (b) The exemption application referred to in section 3 of this chapter is not required if the exempt property is a cemetery:
        (1) described by IC 6-1.1-2-7; or
        (2) maintained by a township executive under IC 23-14-68.
    (c) The exemption application referred to in section 3 of this chapter is not required if the exempt property is owned by the bureau of motor vehicles commission established under IC 9-15-1.
    (d) The exemption application referred to in section 3 or 3.5 of this chapter is not required if:
        (1) the exempt property is:
            (A) tangible property used for religious purposes described in IC 6-1.1-10-21; or
            (B) tangible property owned by a church or religious society used for educational purposes described in IC 6-1.1-10-16; and or
            (C) other tangible property owned, occupied, and used by a person for educational, literary, scientific, religious, or charitable purposes described in IC 6-1.1-10-16;

        (2) the exemption application referred to in section 3 or 3.5 of this chapter was filed properly at least once after the property was designated for a religious use as described in under IC 6-1.1-10-21 or an educational, literary, scientific, religious, or charitable use as described

in under IC 6-1.1-10-16; and
        (3) the property continues to meet the requirements for an exemption under IC 6-1.1-10-16 or IC 6-1.1-10-21.

A change in ownership of property does not terminate an exemption of the property if after the change in ownership the property continues to meet the requirements for an exemption under IC 6-1.1-10-16 or IC 6-1.1-10-21. However, if title to any of the real property subject to the exemption changes or any of the tangible property subject to the exemption is used for a nonexempt purpose after the date of the last properly filed exemption application, this subsection does not apply. the person that obtained the exemption or the current owner of the property shall notify the county assessor for the county where the tangible property is located of the change in the year that the change occurs. The notice must be in the form prescribed by the department of local government finance. If the county assessor discovers that title to property granted an exemption described in IC 6-1.1-10-16 or IC 6-1.1-10-21 has changed, the county assessor shall notify the persons entitled to a tax statement under IC 6-1.1-22-8.1 for the property of the change in title and indicate that the county auditor will suspend the exemption for the property until the persons provide the county assessor with an affidavit, signed under penalties of perjury, that identifies the new owners of the property and indicates that the property continues to meet the requirements for an exemption under IC 6-1.1-10-21 or IC 6-1.1-10-16. Upon receipt of the affidavit, the county assessor shall reinstate the exemption for the years for which the exemption was suspended and each year thereafter that the property continues to meet the requirements for an exemption under IC 6-1.1-10-21 or IC 6-1.1-10-16.
    SECTION 92. IC 6-1.1-12-37, AS AMENDED BY P.L.87-2009, SECTION 3, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2010]: Sec. 37. (a) The following definitions apply throughout this section:
        (1) "Dwelling" means any of the following:
            (A) Residential real property improvements that an individual uses as the individual's residence, including a house or garage.
            (B) A mobile home that is not assessed as real property that an individual uses as the individual's residence.
            (C) A manufactured home that is not assessed as real property that an individual uses as the individual's residence.
        (2) "Homestead" means an individual's principal place of residence:
            (A) that is located in Indiana;
            (B) that:
                (i) the individual owns;
                (ii) the individual is buying under a contract, recorded in the county recorder's office, that provides that the individual is to pay the property taxes on the residence;
                (iii) the individual is entitled to occupy as a tenant-stockholder (as defined in 26 U.S.C. 216) of a cooperative housing corporation (as defined in 26 U.S.C. 216); or
                (iv) is a residence described in section 17.9 of this chapter that is owned by a trust if the individual is an individual described in section 17.9 of this chapter; and
            (C) that consists of a dwelling, and the real estate, not exceeding one (1) acre, that immediately surrounds that dwelling.
         For assessments after 2009, the term includes a deck attached to the dwelling, a patio adjacent to the dwelling, and a swimming pool and a gazebo assessed as real property that is located on the one (1) acre of real estate that immediately surrounds the dwelling. The term does not include property owned by a corporation, partnership, limited liability company, or other entity not described in this subdivision.


    (b) Each year a homestead is eligible for a standard deduction from the assessed value of the homestead for an assessment date. The deduction provided by this section applies to property taxes first due and payable for an assessment date only if an individual has an interest in the homestead described in subsection (a)(2)(B) on:
        (1) the assessment date; or
        (2) any date in the same year after an assessment date that a statement is filed under subsection (e) or section 44 of this chapter, if the property consists of real property.
Subject to subsection (c), the auditor of the county shall record and make the deduction for the individual or entity qualifying for the deduction.
    (c) Except as provided in section 40.5 of this chapter, the total amount of the deduction that a person may receive under this section for a particular year is the lesser of:
        (1) sixty percent (60%) of the assessed value of the real property, mobile home not assessed as real property, or manufactured home not assessed as real property; or
        (2) forty-five thousand dollars ($45,000).
    (d) A person who has sold real property, a mobile home not assessed as real property, or a manufactured home not assessed as real property to another person under a contract that provides that the contract buyer is to pay the property taxes on the real property, mobile home, or manufactured home may not claim the deduction provided under this section with respect to that real property, mobile home, or manufactured home.
    (e) Except as provided in sections 17.8 and 44 of this chapter and subject to section 45 of this chapter, an individual who desires to claim the deduction provided by this section must file a certified statement in duplicate, on forms prescribed by the department of local government finance, with the auditor of the county in which the homestead is located. The statement must include:
        (1) the parcel number or key number of the property and the name of the city, town, or township in which the property is located;
        (2) the name of any other location in which the applicant or the applicant's spouse owns, is buying, or has a beneficial interest in residential real property;
        (3) the names of:
            (A) the applicant and the applicant's spouse (if any):
                (i) as the names appear in the records of the United States Social Security Administration for the purposes of the issuance of a Social Security card and Social Security number; or
                (ii) that they use as their legal names when they sign their names on legal documents;
            if the applicant is an individual; or
            (B) each individual who qualifies property as a homestead under subsection (a)(2)(B) and the individual's spouse (if any):
                (i) as the names appear in the records of the United States Social Security Administration for the purposes of the issuance of a Social Security card and Social Security number; or
                (ii) that they use as their legal names when they sign their names on legal documents;
            if the applicant is not an individual; and
        (4) either:
            (A) the last five (5) digits of the applicant's Social Security number and the last five (5) digits of the Social Security number of the applicant's spouse (if any); or
            (B) if the applicant or the applicant's spouse (if any) do not have a Social Security number, any of the following for that individual:
                (i) The last five (5) digits of the individual's driver's license number.
                (ii) The last five (5) digits of the individual's state identification card number.
                (iii) If the individual does not have a driver's license or a state identification card, the last five (5) digits of a control number that is on a document issued to the individual by the

federal government and determined by the department of local government finance to be acceptable.
If a form or statement provided to the county auditor under this section, IC 6-1.1-22-8.1, or IC 6-1.1-22.5-12 includes the telephone number or part or all of the Social Security number of a party or other number described in subdivision (4)(B) of a party, the telephone number and the Social Security number or other number described in subdivision (4)(B) included are confidential. The statement may be filed in person or by mail. If the statement is mailed, the mailing must be postmarked on or before the last day for filing. The statement applies for that first year and any succeeding year for which the deduction is allowed. With respect to real property, the person must file the statement during the year for which the person desires to obtain the deduction. With respect to a mobile home that is not assessed as real property, the person must file the statement during the twelve (12) months before March 31 of the year for which the person desires to obtain the deduction.
    (f) If an individual who is receiving the deduction provided by this section or who otherwise qualifies property for a deduction under this section:
        (1) changes the use of the individual's property so that part or all of the property no longer qualifies for the deduction under this section; or
        (2) is no longer eligible for a deduction under this section on another parcel of property because:
            (A) the individual would otherwise receive the benefit of more than one (1) deduction under this chapter; or
            (B) the individual maintains the individual's principal place of residence with another individual who receives a deduction under this section;
the individual must file a certified statement with the auditor of the county, notifying the auditor of the change of use, not more than sixty (60) days after the date of that change. An individual who fails to file the statement required by this subsection is liable for any additional taxes that would have been due on the property if the individual had filed the statement as required by this subsection plus a civil penalty equal to ten percent (10%) of the additional taxes due. The civil penalty imposed under this subsection is in addition to any interest and penalties for a delinquent payment that might otherwise be due. One percent (1%) of the total civil penalty collected under this subsection shall be transferred by the county to the department of local government finance for use by the department in establishing and maintaining the homestead property database under subsection (i) and, to the extent there is money remaining, for any other purposes of the department. This amount becomes part of the property tax liability for purposes of this article.
    (g) The department of local government finance shall adopt rules or guidelines concerning the application for a deduction under this section.
    (h) This subsection does not apply to property in the first year for which a deduction is claimed under this section if the sole reason that a deduction is claimed on other property is that the individual or married couple maintained a principal residence at the other property on March 1 in the same year in which an application for a deduction is filed under this section or, if the application is for a homestead that is assessed as personal property, on March 1 in the immediately preceding year and the individual or married couple is moving the individual's or married couple's principal residence to the property that is the subject of the application. The county auditor may not grant an individual or a married couple a deduction under this section if:
        (1) the individual or married couple, for the same year, claims the deduction on two (2) or more different applications for the deduction; and
        (2) the applications claim the deduction for different property.
    (i) The department of local government finance shall provide secure access to county auditors to a homestead property data base that includes access to the homestead owner's name and the numbers required from the homestead owner under subsection (e)(4) for the sole purpose of verifying whether

an owner is wrongly claiming a deduction under this chapter or a credit under IC 6-1.1-20.4, IC 6-1.1-20.6, or IC 6-3.5.
    (j) The department of local government finance shall work with county auditors to develop procedures to determine whether a property owner that is claiming a standard deduction or homestead credit is not eligible for the standard deduction or homestead credit because the property owner's principal place of residence is outside Indiana.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-15-1; (09ss1)PD3011.35. -->     SECTION 93. IC 6-1.1-15-1, AS AMENDED BY P.L.136-2009, SECTION 5, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 1. (a) A taxpayer may obtain a review by the county board of a county or township official's action with respect to either or both of the following:
        (1) The assessment of the taxpayer's tangible property.
        (2) A deduction for which a review under this section is authorized by any of the following:
            (A) IC 6-1.1-12-25.5.
            (B) IC 6-1.1-12-28.5.
            (C) IC 6-1.1-12-35.5.
            (D) IC 6-1.1-12.1-5.
            (E) IC 6-1.1-12.1-5.3.
            (F) IC 6-1.1-12.1-5.4.
    (b) At the time that notice of an action referred to in subsection (a) is given to the taxpayer, the taxpayer shall also be informed in writing of:
        (1) the opportunity for a review under this section, including a preliminary informal meeting under subsection (h)(2) with the county or township official referred to in this subsection; and
        (2) the procedures the taxpayer must follow in order to obtain a review under this section.
    (c) In order to obtain a review of an assessment or deduction effective for the assessment date to which the notice referred to in subsection (b) applies, the taxpayer must file a notice in writing with the county or township official referred to in subsection (a) not later than forty-five (45) days after the date of the notice referred to in subsection (b).
    (d) A taxpayer may obtain a review by the county board of the assessment of the taxpayer's tangible property effective for an assessment date for which a notice of assessment is not given as described in subsection (b). To obtain the review, the taxpayer must file a notice in writing with the township assessor, or the county assessor if the township is not served by a township assessor. The right of a taxpayer to obtain a review under this subsection for an assessment date for which a notice of assessment is not given does not relieve an assessing official of the duty to provide the taxpayer with the notice of assessment as otherwise required by this article. The notice to obtain a review must be filed not later than the later of:
        (1) May 10 of the year; or
        (2) forty-five (45) days after the date of the tax statement mailed by the county treasurer, regardless of whether the assessing official changes the taxpayer's assessment.
    (e) A change in an assessment made as a result of a notice for review filed by a taxpayer under subsection (d) after the time prescribed in subsection (d) becomes effective for the next assessment date. A change in an assessment made as a result of a notice for review filed by a taxpayer under subsection (c) or (d) remains in effect from the assessment date for which the change is made until the next assessment date for which the assessment is changed under this article.
    (f) The written notice filed by a taxpayer under subsection (c) or (d) must include the following information:
        (1) The name of the taxpayer.
        (2) The address and parcel or key number of the property.
        (3) The address and telephone number of the taxpayer.
    (g) The filing of a notice under subsection (c) or (d):
        (1) initiates a review under this section; and
        (2) constitutes a request by the taxpayer for a preliminary informal meeting with the official referred to in subsection (a).
    (h) A county or township official who receives a notice for review filed by a taxpayer under subsection (c) or (d) shall:
        (1) immediately forward the notice to the county board; and
        (2) attempt to hold a preliminary informal meeting with the taxpayer to resolve as many issues as possible by:
            (A) discussing the specifics of the taxpayer's assessment or deduction;
            (B) reviewing the taxpayer's property record card;
            (C) explaining to the taxpayer how the assessment or deduction was determined;
            (D) providing to the taxpayer information about the statutes, rules, and guidelines that govern the determination of the assessment or deduction;
            (E) noting and considering objections of the taxpayer;
            (F) considering all errors alleged by the taxpayer; and
            (G) otherwise educating the taxpayer about:
                (i) the taxpayer's assessment or deduction;
                (ii) the assessment or deduction process; and
                (iii) the assessment or deduction appeal process.
    (i) Not later than ten (10) days after the informal preliminary meeting, the official referred to in subsection (a) shall forward to the county auditor and the county board the results of the conference on a form prescribed by the department of local government finance that must be completed and signed by the taxpayer and the official. The form must indicate the following:
        (1) If the taxpayer and the official agree on the resolution of all assessment or deduction issues in the review, a statement of:
            (A) those issues; and
            (B) the assessed value of the tangible property or the amount of the deduction that results from the resolution of those issues in the manner agreed to by the taxpayer and the official.
        (2) If the taxpayer and the official do not agree on the resolution of all assessment or deduction issues in the review:
            (A) a statement of those issues; and
            (B) the identification of:
                (i) the issues on which the taxpayer and the official agree; and
                (ii) the issues on which the taxpayer and the official disagree.
    (j) If the county board receives a form referred to in subsection (i)(1) before the hearing scheduled under subsection (k):
        (1) the county board shall cancel the hearing;
        (2) the county official referred to in subsection (a) shall give notice to the taxpayer, the county board, the county assessor, and the county auditor of the assessment or deduction in the amount referred to in subsection (i)(1)(B); and
        (3) if the matter in issue is the assessment of tangible property, the county board may reserve the right to change the assessment under IC 6-1.1-13.
    (k) If:
        (1) subsection (i)(2) applies; or
        (2) the county board does not receive a form referred to in subsection (i) not later than one hundred twenty (120) days after the date of the notice for review filed by the taxpayer under subsection (c) or (d);
the county board shall hold a hearing on a review under this subsection not later than one hundred eighty (180) days after the date of that notice. The county board shall, by mail, give notice of the date, time, and place fixed for the hearing to the taxpayer and the county or township official with whom the taxpayer filed the notice for review. The taxpayer and the county or township official with whom the taxpayer filed the notice for review are parties to the proceeding before the county board. The county assessor is recused from any action the county board takes with respect to an assessment determination by the county assessor.
    (l) At the hearing required under subsection (k):
        (1) the taxpayer may present the taxpayer's reasons for disagreement with the assessment or deduction; and
        (2) the county or township official with whom the taxpayer filed the notice for review must present:
            (A) the basis for the assessment or deduction decision; and
            (B) the reasons the taxpayer's contentions should be denied.
    (m) The official referred to in subsection (a) may not require the taxpayer to provide documentary evidence at the preliminary informal meeting under subsection (h). The county board may not require a taxpayer to file documentary evidence or summaries of statements of testimonial evidence before the hearing required under subsection (k). If the action for which a taxpayer seeks review under this section is the assessment of tangible property, the taxpayer is not required to have an appraisal of the property in order to do the following:
        (1) Initiate the review.
        (2) Prosecute the review.
    (n) The county board shall prepare a written decision resolving all of the issues under review. The county board shall, by mail, give notice of its determination not later than one hundred twenty (120) days after the hearing under subsection (k) to the taxpayer, the official referred to in subsection (a), the county assessor, and the county auditor.
    (o) If the maximum time elapses:
        (1) under subsection (k) for the county board to hold a hearing; or
        (2) under subsection (n) for the county board to give notice of its determination;
the taxpayer may initiate a proceeding for review before the Indiana board by taking the action required by section 3 of this chapter at any time after the maximum time elapses.
     (p) This subsection applies if the assessment for which a notice of review is filed increased the assessed value of the assessed property by more than ten percent (10%) over the assessed value finally determined for the immediately preceding assessment date. The county assessor or township assessor making the assessment has the burden of proving that the assessment is correct.
SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-15-12; (09ss1)PD3011.36. -->     SECTION 94. IC 6-1.1-15-12, AS AMENDED BY P.L.146-2008, SECTION 140, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2009 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 12. (a) Subject to the limitations contained in subsections (c) and (d), a county auditor shall correct errors which are discovered in the tax duplicate for any one (1) or more of the following reasons:
        (1) The description of the real property was in error.
        (2) The assessment was against the wrong person.
        (3) Taxes on the same property were charged more than one (1) time in the same year.
        (4) There was a mathematical error in computing the taxes or penalties on the taxes.
        (5) There was an error in carrying delinquent taxes forward from one (1) tax duplicate to another.
        (6) The taxes, as a matter of law, were illegal.
        (7) There was a mathematical error in computing an assessment.
        (8) Through an error of omission by any state or county officer, the taxpayer was not given credit

for an exemption or deduction permitted by law.
    (b) The county auditor shall correct an error described under subsection (a)(1), (a)(2), (a)(3), (a)(4), or (a)(5) when the county auditor finds that the error exists.
    (c) If the tax is based on an assessment made or determined by the department of local government finance, the county auditor shall not correct an error described under subsection (a)(6), (a)(7), or (a)(8) until after the correction is either approved by the department of local government finance or ordered by the tax court.
    (d) If the tax is not based on an assessment made or determined by the department of local government finance, the county auditor shall correct an error described under subsection (a)(6), (a)(7), or (a)(8) only if the correction is first approved by at least two (2) of the following officials:
        (1) The township assessor (if any).
        (2) The county auditor.
        (3) The county assessor.
If two (2) of these officials do not approve such a correction, the county auditor shall refer the matter to the county board for determination. The county board shall provide a copy of the determination to the taxpayer and to the county auditor.
    (e) A taxpayer may appeal a determination of the county board to the Indiana board for a final administrative determination. An appeal under this section shall be conducted in the same manner as appeals under sections 4 through 8 of this chapter. The Indiana board shall send the final administrative determination to the taxpayer, the county auditor, the county assessor, and the township assessor (if any).
    (f) If a correction or change is made in the tax duplicate after it is delivered to the county treasurer, the county auditor shall transmit a certificate of correction to the county treasurer. The county treasurer shall keep the certificate as the voucher for settlement with the county auditor.
    (g) A taxpayer that files a personal property tax return under IC 6-1.1-3 may not petition under this section for the correction of an error made by the taxpayer on the taxpayer's personal property tax return. If the taxpayer wishes to correct an error made by the taxpayer on the taxpayer's personal property tax return, the taxpayer must instead file an amended personal property tax return under IC 6-1.1-3-7.5.
    (h) A taxpayer that files a statement under IC 6-1.1-8-19 may not petition under this section for the correction of an error made by the taxpayer on the taxpayer's statement. If the taxpayer wishes to correct an error made by the taxpayer on the taxpayer's statement, the taxpayer must instead initiate an objection under IC 6-1.1-8-28 or an appeal under IC 6-1.1-8-30.
    (i) A taxpayer that files a statement under IC 6-1.1-8-23 may not petition under this section for the correction of an error made by the taxpayer on the taxpayer's statement. If the taxpayer wishes to correct an error made by the taxpayer on the taxpayer's statement, the taxpayer must instead file an amended statement not more than six (6) months after the due date of the statement.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-17-0.5; (09ss1)PD3011.38. -->     SECTION 95. IC 6-1.1-17-0.5, AS AMENDED BY P.L.90-2009, SECTION 2, IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2009 (RETROACTIVE)]: Sec. 0.5. (a) For purposes of this section, "assessed value" has the meaning set forth in IC 6-1.1-1-3(a).
    (b) The county auditor may exclude and keep separate on the tax duplicate for taxes payable in a calendar year the assessed value of tangible property that meets the following conditions:
        (1) The assessed value of the property is at least nine percent (9%) of the assessed value of all tangible property subject to taxation by a taxing unit.
        (2) The property is or has been part of a bankruptcy estate that is subject to protection under the federal bankruptcy code.
        (3) The owner of the property has discontinued all business operations on the property.
        (4) There is a high probability that the taxpayer will not pay property taxes due on the property

in the following year.
    (c) This section does not limit, restrict, or reduce in any way the property tax liability on the property.
    (d) For each taxing unit located in the county, the county auditor may reduce for a calendar year the taxing unit's assessed value that is certified to the department of local government finance under section 1 of this chapter and used to set tax rates for the taxing unit for taxes first due and payable in the immediately succeeding calendar year. The county auditor may reduce a taxing unit's assessed value under this subsection only to enable the taxing unit to absorb the effects of reduced property tax collections in the immediately succeeding calendar year that are expected to result from any or a combination of the following:
        (1) Successful appeals of the assessed value of property located in the taxing unit.
        (2) Deductions under IC 6-1.1-12-37 and IC 6-1.1-12-37.5 that are granted result from the granting of applications for the standard deduction for the calendar year under IC 6-1.1-12-37 or IC 6-1.1-12-44 after the county auditor certifies assessed value as described in this section.
        (3) Deductions that result from the granting of applications for deductions for the calendar year under IC 6-1.1-12-44 after the county auditor certifies assessed value as described in this section.
        (4) Reassessments of real property under IC 6-1.1-4-11.5.
Not later than December 31 of each year, the county auditor shall send a certified statement, under the seal of the board of county commissioners, to the fiscal officer of each political subdivision of the county and to the department of local government finance. The certified statement must list any adjustments to the amount of the reduction under this subsection and the information submitted under section 1 of this chapter that are necessary. The county auditor shall keep separately on the tax duplicate the amount of any reductions made under this subsection. The maximum amount of the reduction authorized under this subsection is determined under subsection (e).
    (e) The amount of the reduction in a taxing unit's assessed value for a calendar year under subsection (d) may not exceed two percent (2%) of the assessed value of tangible property subject to assessment in the taxing unit in that calendar year.
    (f) The amount of a reduction under subsection (d) may not be offered in a proceeding before the:
        (1) county property tax assessment board of appeals;
        (2) Indiana board; or
        (3) Indiana tax court;
as evidence that a particular parcel has been improperly assessed.
    SECTION 96. IC 6-1.1-17-1.5 IS ADDED TO THE INDIANA CODE AS A NEW SECTION TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE]: Sec. 1.5. For the March 1, 2006, assessment date for property taxes first due and payable in 2007 in LaPorte County, the certified net assessed values submitted by the LaPorte County auditor to the department of local government finance in accordance with section 1 of this chapter:
        (1) is considered proper, valid, and legally sufficient for purposes of finalizing budgets, rates, and levies by the department under section 16 of this chapter; and
        (2) serves as the basis for the 2007 reconciliation tax bill.

SOURCE: IC 6-1.1-17-3; (09ss1)PD3011.39. -->     SECTION 97. IC 6-1.1-17-3, AS AMENDED BY P.L.87-2009, SECTION 6, AND AS AMENDED BY P.L.136-2009, SECTION 6, IS CORRECTED AND AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2009]: Sec. 3. (a) The proper officers of a political subdivision shall formulate its estimated budget and its proposed tax rate and tax levy on the form prescribed by the department of local government finance and approved by the state board of accounts. The political subdivision shall give notice by publication to taxpayers of:
        (1) the estimated budget;
        (2) the estimated maximum permissible levy;
        (3) the current and proposed tax levies of each fund; and
        (4) the amounts of excessive levy appeals to be requested.
In the notice, the political subdivision shall also state the time and place at which a public hearing will be held on these items. The notice shall be published twice in accordance with IC 5-3-1 with the first publication at least ten (10) days before the date fixed for the public hearing. Beginning in 2009, the duties required by this subsection must be completed before August September 10 of the calendar year. A political subdivision shall provide the estimated budget and levy information required for the notice under subsection (b) to the county auditor on the schedule determined by the department of local government finance.
    (b) Beginning in 2010,
except as provided in IC 6-1.1-22-8.1(h), before October 1 of a calendar year, the county auditor shall mail to the last known address of each person liable for any property taxes, as shown on the tax duplicate, or to the last known address of the most recent owner shown in the transfer book, a statement that includes:
        (1) the assessed valuation as of the assessment date in the current calendar year of tangible property on which the person will be liable for property taxes first due and payable in the immediately succeeding calendar year and notice to the person of the opportunity to appeal the assessed valuation under IC 6-1.1-15-1(c) (before July 1, 2008) or IC 6-1.1-15-1 (after June 30, 2008);
        (2) the amount of property taxes for which the person will be liable to each political subdivision on the tangible property for taxes first due and payable in the immediately succeeding calendar year, taking into account all factors that affect that liability, including:
            (A) the estimated budget and proposed tax rate and tax levy formulated by the political subdivision under subsection (a);
            (B) any deductions or exemptions that apply to the assessed valuation of the tangible property;
            (C) any credits that apply in the determination of the tax liability; and
            (D) the county auditor's best estimate of the effects on the tax liability that might result from actions of:
                (i) the county board of tax adjustment; or
                (ii) the department of local government finance;
        (3) a prominently displayed notation that:
            (A) the estimate under subdivision (2) is based on the best information available at the time the statement is mailed; and
            (B) based on various factors, including potential actions by:
                (i) the county board of tax adjustment; or
                (ii) the department of local government finance;
            it is possible that the tax liability as finally determined will differ substantially from the estimate;
        (4) comparative information showing the amount of property taxes for which the person is liable to each political subdivision on the tangible property for taxes first due and payable in the current year; and
        (5) the date, time, and place at which the political subdivision will hold a public hearing on the political