Senate Amendment 3275


PAG LIN




     1  1    Amend House File 811, as amended, passed, and
     1  2 reprinted by the House, as follows:
     1  3 #1.  Page 45, by striking lines 24 through 28.
     1  4 #2.  Page 50, line 12, by striking the word
     1  5 <continue> and inserting the following:  <reissue the
     1  6 request for proposals for>.
     1  7 #3.  Page 54, by striking lines 3 through 7.
     1  8 #4.  Page 60, by inserting after line 21 the
     1  9 following:
     1 10    <Sec.    .  OFFICE EXPENSES == MANDATORY REDUCTION.
     1 11 For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, and ending
     1 12 June 30, 2010, the appropriations from the general
     1 13 fund of the state to a state department or state
     1 14 agency to which appropriations are made pursuant to
     1 15 this Act are reduced by such amount, as necessary to
     1 16 effect a 50 percent reduction in the amount
     1 17 appropriated for expenditures for office supplies,
     1 18 service contracts, and equipment purchases.  The
     1 19 reduction of the individual appropriations shall be
     1 20 determined by the department of management in
     1 21 consultation with the affected departments and
     1 22 agencies on the basis of the expected expenditures for
     1 23 such items by the affected state department or agency
     1 24 for the fiscal year without the reduction required by
     1 25 this section.  The specific amount that each
     1 26 individual appropriation is reduced shall be outlined
     1 27 in a memorandum prepared by the department of
     1 28 management which shall be submitted to the general
     1 29 assembly and legislative services agency within 30
     1 30 days of the effective date of this section of this
     1 31 Act.  The reduction of an individual appropriation
     1 32 pursuant to this section shall be applied prior to any
     1 33 reductions in full=time equivalent positions.  The
     1 34 reduction of an individual appropriation pursuant to
     1 35 this section shall be in addition to any other
     1 36 reduction required by law and general fund
     1 37 appropriations reduced pursuant to this section shall
     1 38 not be expended for any other purposes but shall be
     1 39 retained in the general fund of the state.>
     1 40 #5.  Page 60, by inserting after line 31 the
     1 41 following:
     1 42    <Sec.    .  VACANT, FUNDED FULL=TIME EQUIVALENT
     1 43 POSITIONS.  Notwithstanding any provision to the
     1 44 contrary, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009,
     1 45 and ending June 30, 2010, the director of a department
     1 46 or state agency to which appropriations are made
     1 47 pursuant to the provisions of this Act shall revert to
     1 48 the general fund of the state at the close of the
     1 49 fiscal year an amount equal to the salary and benefits
     1 50 cost of each full=time equivalent position funded with
     2  1 an appropriation made in this Act that remains vacant
     2  2 for a period of six months or more.>
     2  3 #6.  Page 60, by inserting before line 32 the
     2  4 following:
     2  5    <Sec.    .  EXPENDITURES FOR CELLULAR TELEPHONES
     2  6 AND PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS PROHIBITED.
     2  7 Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, other
     2  8 than for employees performing inspections or who are
     2  9 otherwise normally performing their primary duties
     2 10 away from a fixed location more than 70 percent of the
     2 11 time, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009, a
     2 12 department receiving appropriations in this Act shall
     2 13 not expend moneys appropriated from the general fund
     2 14 of the state to pay for or reimburse the initial or
     2 15 associated service costs for cellular telephones,
     2 16 personal digital assistant devices, or handheld
     2 17 computers.  However, the executive council may
     2 18 authorize an exception on a case=by=case basis, to
     2 19 address an emergency situation for a period of time
     2 20 not more than three consecutive calendar months in
     2 21 length or to complete the minimum period specified
     2 22 under the terms of a lease or contract.>
     2 23 #7.  By striking page 70, line 29, through page 71,
     2 24 line 5.
     2 25 #8.  By striking page 83, line 20, through page 84,
     2 26 line 12.
     2 27 #9.  By striking page 85, line 33, through page 86,
     2 28 line 6.
     2 29 #10.  By striking page 86, line 33, through page
     2 30 87, line 24.
     2 31 #11.  By striking page 88, line 28, through page
     2 32 89, line 6.
     2 33 #12.  Page 113, by inserting after line 28 the
     2 34 following:
     2 35                      <DIVISION    
     2 36                    VEHICLE PURCHASES
     2 37    Sec.    .  VEHICLE PURCHASES DEFERRED.
     2 38 Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, except
     2 39 as otherwise provided by this section, the department
     2 40 of administrative services shall defer the purchase of
     2 41 replacement motor vehicles paid for from the general
     2 42 fund of the state or from such moneys credited to the
     2 43 depreciation fund maintained pursuant to section
     2 44 8A.365.  The purchase deferral is applicable to the
     2 45 remainder of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2008,
     2 46 commencing on the effective date of this section and
     2 47 to the succeeding fiscal year.  However, the executive
     2 48 council may authorize an exception to allow purchase
     2 49 of a replacement vehicle when the purchase is less
     2 50 costly than all other alternatives.
     3  1    Sec.    .  EFFECTIVE DATE.  This division of this
     3  2 Act, being deemed of immediate importance, takes
     3  3 effect upon enactment.>
     3  4 #13.  By renumbering as necessary.
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     3  8 DAVID JOHNSON
     3  9 HF 811.714 83
     3 10 pf/jp/22970

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