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Section:5 - NATURAL RESOURCES/ENVIRONMENT/GROWTH MANAGEMENT/TRANSPORTATION
Agency:AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES
 AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Program)
Service:FOOD, NUTRITION AND WELLNESS
Appropriation Category:SPECIAL CATEGORIES, RISK MANAGEMENT INSURANCE
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1556
 Governor's
Recommendations
2022-23
FundFunding SourceDollarsPositions
    0.00
GENERAL REVENUE FUNDSTATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING11,102 
 STATE FUNDS - MATCHING8,111 
FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES TRUST FUNDFEDERAL FUNDS99,329 
Total: Specific Appropriation118,5420.00

ISSUE DETAIL
Policy Area:  HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
                        SERVICES TO MOST VULNERABLE
                        
Issue:           Governor's
Recommendations
2022-23
FundFunding SourceDollarsPositions
    0.00
GENERAL REVENUE FUNDSTATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING(4,240) 
FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES TRUST FUNDFEDERAL FUNDS(21,917) 
Total: Issue(26,157)0.00
Justification
Governor's Recommendations 2022-23

This issue adjusts the agencies' share of state casualty insurance premiums billed to participating state agencies by the
Chief Financial Officer. Total premiums are based upon the official estimating conference for the Risk Management Trust
Fund. Adjustments are necessary to provide sufficient budget authority in each budget entity to pay the Fiscal Year
2021-22 premiums.

Issue:           Governor's
Recommendations
2022-23
FundFunding SourceDollarsPositions
    0.00
GENERAL REVENUE FUNDSTATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING15,342 
 STATE FUNDS - MATCHING8,111 
FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES TRUST FUNDFEDERAL FUNDS121,246 
Total: Issue144,6990.00
Justification
Governor's Recommendations 2022-23

These estimated expenditures are operating appropriations authorized by the Legislature in the prior year General
Appropriations Act, adjusted for items vetoed by the Governor, appropriations based on contingencies that did not occur,
and appropriations provided in substantive bills that were passed in the 2021 Legislative Session. Substantive bills are
bills other than the General Appropriations Act.