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Explanation of Changes Shown on Schedule C

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

The Committee request for FY '98 is $18,276,000. This represents an increase of $696,000 or 3.9% over fiscal 1997.

Mandatory Pay and Related Changes:

Personnel increases are attributed to the annualization of the FY '97 Cost of Living Adjustment, prorated FY '98 Cost of Living Adjustment, FY '98 meritorious increases and full funding of the authorization.

Program Type Changes:

An increase of $11,000 for rent, communications and utilities is for additional phone lines for committee staff. Equipment increases of $144,000 are attributed to the request of seventeen laptop computers, replacement computers, local network components, one copier, three printers, three fax machines and increased user fees associated with new equipment purchases.

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Explanation of Changes Shown on Schedule C

SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
OFFICE OF THE CLERK

This account includes personnel and non personnel funding for the following offices:

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In addition to these offices, the Clerk of the House is responsible for managing Administrative funds included in her budget which pay for Stenographic Reporting, Closed Captioning and newspaper subscriptions. The FY '98 request of $14,715,000 is a reduction of $359,000 over the amount provided in FY '97.

Mandatory Pay and Related Changes:

Personnel decreases are attributed to the annualization of the FY '97 Cost of Living Adjustment, prorated FY '98 Cost of Living Adjustment, FY '98 meritorious increases, FY '98 overtime costs, and a base adjustment. Base adjustments are the difference between the FY '97 enacted personnel and estimated FY '97 personnel costs.

Program Type Changes:

A decrease of $902,000 represents a net reduction of 22 FTE's. A large portion of these changes are due to the requested restructuring of the Legislative Resource Center. It is requested the 43 authorized FTE's for the Legislative Resource Center be eliminated and 29 new FTE's be authorized. Additional requests are 14 FTE's from other Clerk offices be eliminated and 6 FTE's be added to the Office of Legislative Computer Systems for System Support Specialists and System Analysts. The requested elimination of FTE's from the Legislative Resource Center and various other Clerk offices represent the elimination of current vacancies. The net reduction of 22 FTE's

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